Basketball News

22 Mar 19
From Zero to Marine Corps Marathon

On Sunday I “celebrate” my forty-ninth trip around the sun. I plan to do so at a hotel in Washington DC, watching some March Madness with some exotic, expensive snacks from Whole Foods, before a nice dinner at Fogo do Chao, a Brazilian steakhouse in the Nation’s Capitol. Holy cow…they have BRUNCH? A few notes […]

22 Mar 19
Linda Bryant Online

“Mom, how in the world can you peel potatoes that fast?” I asked. I couldn’t even reach the counter, but with my feet firmly planted on a kitchen chair, I joined Mom in her work. Her matte silver potato peeler became a blur as it stripped off the dark brown peels. My awkward little girl […]

22 Mar 19
BroBible

Fake social media accounts are nothing new in the world of sports. Heck, even some players use them. As a result, there have been numerous occasions where the media and/or fans have been duped by a fake account into thinking that it’s real. We’ve seen a fake Buster Olney Twitter account get taken seriously, as […]

22 Mar 19
whotv.com

[ooyala player_id=”65279b80531146eea3c65f3510b1c4b9″ auto=”true” width=”1920″ height=”1080″ pcode=”oycHE6T-HajMk2Hs9PsZzFdXZduU” code=”QzcmtoaDE6-adnzx3tKrHbFlke1XL0Vx”] DES MOINES, Iowa  —  The tournament is not even over, and Des Moines is already looking ahead to the next time they place a bid to host the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. Before hosting the tournament this year, Des Moines added the new Hilton hotel and addressed one […]

22 Mar 19
Sportress of Blogitude

Zion Williamson without question is the biggest star of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, so CBS is pulling out all the stops to ensure the Duke Blue Devils superstar is thoroughly covered during telecasts.

22 Mar 19
trapezoid

Henry Berger Associate Staff Writer Something is amiss in the district of Brighton. We’ve done a lot to celebrate our school since winning the Blue Ribbon Award earlier this year, and it’s true that there’s plenty to praise. However, we do have one glaring problem, an elephant in the room, so obvious that we don’t even notice […]

22 Mar 19
San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Over the last decade the annual Tribune/Star-News All-Star Classic, featuring the best boys and girls senior basketball players from the Star-News and Tribune coverage areas, was held at Damien High School. Not this year, and there is renewed excitement that the game will be at Pasadena City College on Saturday, moving to the Westside for the first time since the mid 2000s. Los Altos Conquerors guard Jarod Lucas (2) drives to the basket against the Damien Spartans during the second half of a CIF-SS Boys Basketball Division 1 second round playoff game at Damien High School in La Verne, Calif. on Tuesday February 12, 2019. Damien Spartans defeated the Los Altos Conquerors 86-72. (Photo by Raul Romero Jr, Contributing Photographer) “I think it’s great,” said Pasadena coach Tony Brooks, who will coach the Star-News boys. “I think the game should move back and forth. It only makes sense.” The girls game starts at 5:30 p.m., Saturday followed by the boys game at 7:30 p.m. There will be a 3-point shooting contest at halftime of each game. The Star-News boys won last year’s event to trim the Tribune side’s series lead to 8-7, while the Tribune girls won to extend its lead in the series to 9-6. The Tribune boys will be coached by Los Altos’ Jeff Lucas, who led the Conquerors to their fourth straight Hacienda League title. The Tribune boys will be headlined by his son Jarod Lucas, who averaged a state-best 40 points per game this season and became the CIF Southern Section’s all-time leading scorer with 3,356 points, passing Glendora legends Tracy Murray and Casey Jacobsen along the way. Could Lucas, who scored 52 points in the Conqueors’ league finale to set the all-time scoring record go for 50 tonight? “We know what he wants to do,” Brooks said “He’s not sneaking up on nobody.” The Tribune boys 3-point shooters for the contest will be Bonita’s Josh Jastrab and Los Altos’ Mathew Barrera and Lucas. The Star-News squad will feature four players from Pasadena who led the Bulldogs to the Pacific League title in guards Danny Pina and Javon Jones and forwards Lafayette Sanders and Darius Mason-Robertson. La Canada’s Ryan Graves, a CIF-SS Division 2A first-team selection, is the headliner after leading the Spartans to the CIF-SS divisional finals. The Star-News boys 3-point contestants are Graves, Pina and Pasadena’s Javon Jones. Northview and Tribune girls coach Danny Silva said they had solid practices this week. Silva earned coaching honors after leading the Vikings to the CIF Southern Section Division 4AA championship and to the Division IV state finals. The Tribune team will feature two of Northview’s star seniors in forward Autumn Rivera the Tribune’s player of the year, and guard Anne-Jolie Phung. Jolie Phung will be in the Tribune girls 3-point contest along with Walnut’s Kaiylin Day and South Hills’ Kristina Hiraishi. The Star-News’ co-head coaches of Keppel’s Jose Herrera and Arcadia’s Adam Conover, have a stacked squad and maybe the best from the west in a while. The Star-News squad is led by Vanessa Aguirre, the 5-foot-6 guard who was named Star-News co-player of the year after being named player of the year last year. The Star-News’ 3-point contestants are Gabrielino’s Jennifer Morales, Keppel’s Cristin Lue and Arcadia’s Ashley Sue. TRIBUNE BOYS COACH: Jeff Lucas, Los Altos Guard: Jarod Lucas, Los Altos Guard: Matthew Barrera, Los Altos Guard: Eli Ramos, Walnut Guard: Isaiah Barcelo, Los Altos Guard: Myles Corey, Diamond Bar Guard: Dale Batac, Nogales Guard: Andrew Higley, Covina Guard: Bryant Willett, Glendora Guard: Ethan Galang, Rowland Forward: Dallas Murray, South Hills Forward: Jimmy Rodriguez, Bishop Amat Forward: Jeffery Von, Wilson Forward: Ifeany Okeke, Damien Forward: Josh Jashtrab, Bonita Forward: Daniel Hernandez, Covina STAR-NEWS BOYS COACH: Tony Brooks, Pasadena Guard: Dennis Flowers III, St. Francis Guard: K.J. Franklin, La Salle Guard: Brad Lee, Maranatha Guard: Danny Pina, Pasadena Guard: Javon Jones, Pasadena Guard: Terrell Meeks, Muir Guard: Neal Carter, Muir Forward: Ryan Graves, La Canada Forward: Lafayette Sanders, Pasadena Forward: Darius Mason-Robertson, Pasadena Forward: A.J. Nicasio, Flintridge Prep Forward: Christian De Guzman, Monrovia Forward: Kalani Jones, La Salle Forward: Andrew Quach, Maranatha Center: Zach Feehan, La Canada TRIBUNE GIRLS Coach: Danny Silva, Northview Guard: Theresa Lin, Walnut Guard: Sami Riggs, Bonita Guard: Pam Gonzales, Workman Guard: Anne-Jolie Phung, Northview Guard: Mariana Cruz, Covina Guard: Kristina Hiraishi, South Hills Forward: Kathleen Pham, Rosemead Forward: Lupita Garcia, Nogales Forward: Kaitlyn Day, Walnut Forward: Erin Cha, Diamond Ranch Forward: Valerie Hidalgo, Covina Forward: Pia Guirguis, Glendora Forward: Autumn Rivera, Northview Forward: Kristal Espinoza, Rosemead Forward: Kyla Cormier, San Dimas STAR-NEWS GIRLS COACHES: Jose Herrera, Keppel; Adam Conover, Arcadia Guard: Vanessa Aguirre, Keppel Guard: Brooke Yasuda, La Canada Guard: Brianna Antillion, La Salle Guard: Jillian Takemura, Temple City Guard: Jennifer Morales, Gabrielino Guard: Darah Hodges, Muir Guard: Cristin Lue, Keppel Guard: Ashley Sue, Arcadia Forward: Sahana Saikumar. Arcadia Forward: Catherine Dea, Keppel Forward: Mychayl Phillips, Arcadia Forward: Mia Heidt, Keppel Forward: Lailonie Sapp, Pasadena Center: Nicole Ortiz, La Salle Center: Lauren Kafkaloff, South Pasadena
22 Mar 19
Financhill

When it comes to Wall Street and earnings reports, one near-constant is that what is going to happen is more important than what has happened. Last quarter’s numbers were good? That’s nice — but what’s the growth plan from here? In that theme, logistics powerhouse FedEx (NYSE: FDX) reported on its fiscal third quarter Wednesday, […]

22 Mar 19
Whittier Daily News
Over the last decade the annual Tribune/Star-News All-Star Classic, featuring the best boys and girls senior basketball players from the Star-News and Tribune coverage areas, was held at Damien High School. Not this year, and there is renewed excitement that the game will be at Pasadena City College on Saturday, moving to the Westside for the first time since the mid 2000s. Los Altos Conquerors guard Jarod Lucas (2) drives to the basket against the Damien Spartans during the second half of a CIF-SS Boys Basketball Division 1 second round playoff game at Damien High School in La Verne, Calif. on Tuesday February 12, 2019. Damien Spartans defeated the Los Altos Conquerors 86-72. (Photo by Raul Romero Jr, Contributing Photographer) “I think it’s great,” said Pasadena coach Tony Brooks, who will coach the Star-News boys. “I think the game should move back and forth. It only makes sense.” The girls game starts at 5:30 p.m., Saturday followed by the boys game at 7:30 p.m. There will be a 3-point shooting contest at halftime of each game. The Star-News boys won last year’s event to trim the Tribune side’s series lead to 8-7, while the Tribune girls won to extend its lead in the series to 9-6. The Tribune boys will be coached by Los Altos’ Jeff Lucas, who led the Conquerors to their fourth straight Hacienda League title. The Tribune boys will be headlined by his son Jarod Lucas, who averaged a state-best 40 points per game this season and became the CIF Southern Section’s all-time leading scorer with 3,356 points, passing Glendora legends Tracy Murray and Casey Jacobsen along the way. Could Lucas, who scored 52 points in the Conqueors’ league finale to set the all-time scoring record go for 50 tonight? “We know what he wants to do,” Brooks said “He’s not sneaking up on nobody.” The Tribune boys 3-point shooters for the contest will be Bonita’s Josh Jastrab and Los Altos’ Mathew Barrera and Lucas. The Star-News squad will feature four players from Pasadena who led the Bulldogs to the Pacific League title in guards Danny Pina and Javon Jones and forwards Lafayette Sanders and Darius Mason-Robertson. La Canada’s Ryan Graves, a CIF-SS Division 2A first-team selection, is the headliner after leading the Spartans to the CIF-SS divisional finals. The Star-News boys 3-point contestants are Graves, Pina and Pasadena’s Javon Jones. Northview and Tribune girls coach Danny Silva said they had solid practices this week. Silva earned coaching honors after leading the Vikings to the CIF Southern Section Division 4AA championship and to the Division IV state finals. The Tribune team will feature two of Northview’s star seniors in forward Autumn Rivera the Tribune’s player of the year, and guard Anne-Jolie Phung. Jolie Phung will be in the Tribune girls 3-point contest along with Walnut’s Kaiylin Day and South Hills’ Kristina Hiraishi. The Star-News’ co-head coaches of Keppel’s Jose Herrera and Arcadia’s Adam Conover, have a stacked squad and maybe the best from the west in a while. The Star-News squad is led by Vanessa Aguirre, the 5-foot-6 guard who was named Star-News co-player of the year after being named player of the year last year. The Star-News’ 3-point contestants are Gabrielino’s Jennifer Morales, Keppel’s Cristin Lue and Arcadia’s Ashley Sue. TRIBUNE BOYS COACH: Jeff Lucas, Los Altos Guard: Jarod Lucas, Los Altos Guard: Matthew Barrera, Los Altos Guard: Eli Ramos, Walnut Guard: Isaiah Barcelo, Los Altos Guard: Myles Corey, Diamond Bar Guard: Dale Batac, Nogales Guard: Andrew Higley, Covina Guard: Bryant Willett, Glendora Guard: Ethan Galang, Rowland Forward: Dallas Murray, South Hills Forward: Jimmy Rodriguez, Bishop Amat Forward: Jeffery Von, Wilson Forward: Ifeany Okeke, Damien Forward: Josh Jashtrab, Bonita Forward: Daniel Hernandez, Covina STAR-NEWS BOYS COACH: Tony Brooks, Pasadena Guard: Dennis Flowers III, St. Francis Guard: K.J. Franklin, La Salle Guard: Brad Lee, Maranatha Guard: Danny Pina, Pasadena Guard: Javon Jones, Pasadena Guard: Terrell Meeks, Muir Guard: Neal Carter, Muir Forward: Ryan Graves, La Canada Forward: Lafayette Sanders, Pasadena Forward: Darius Mason-Robertson, Pasadena Forward: A.J. Nicasio, Flintridge Prep Forward: Christian De Guzman, Monrovia Forward: Kalani Jones, La Salle Forward: Andrew Quach, Maranatha Center: Zach Feehan, La Canada TRIBUNE GIRLS Coach: Danny Silva, Northview Guard: Theresa Lin, Walnut Guard: Sami Riggs, Bonita Guard: Pam Gonzales, Workman Guard: Anne-Jolie Phung, Northview Guard: Mariana Cruz, Covina Guard: Kristina Hiraishi, South Hills Forward: Kathleen Pham, Rosemead Forward: Lupita Garcia, Nogales Forward: Kaitlyn Day, Walnut Forward: Erin Cha, Diamond Ranch Forward: Valerie Hidalgo, Covina Forward: Pia Guirguis, Glendora Forward: Autumn Rivera, Northview Forward: Kristal Espinoza, Rosemead Forward: Kyla Cormier, San Dimas STAR-NEWS GIRLS COACHES: Jose Herrera, Keppel; Adam Conover, Arcadia Guard: Vanessa Aguirre, Keppel Guard: Brooke Yasuda, La Canada Guard: Brianna Antillion, La Salle Guard: Jillian Takemura, Temple City Guard: Jennifer Morales, Gabrielino Guard: Darah Hodges, Muir Guard: Cristin Lue, Keppel Guard: Ashley Sue, Arcadia Forward: Sahana Saikumar. Arcadia Forward: Catherine Dea, Keppel Forward: Mychayl Phillips, Arcadia Forward: Mia Heidt, Keppel Forward: Lailonie Sapp, Pasadena Center: Nicole Ortiz, La Salle Center: Lauren Kafkaloff, South Pasadena
22 Mar 19
Pasadena Star News
Over the last decade the annual Tribune/Star-News All-Star Classic, featuring the best boys and girls senior basketball players from the Star-News and Tribune coverage areas, was held at Damien High School. Not this year, and there is renewed excitement that the game will be at Pasadena City College on Saturday, moving to the Westside for the first time since the mid 2000s. Los Altos Conquerors guard Jarod Lucas (2) drives to the basket against the Damien Spartans during the second half of a CIF-SS Boys Basketball Division 1 second round playoff game at Damien High School in La Verne, Calif. on Tuesday February 12, 2019. Damien Spartans defeated the Los Altos Conquerors 86-72. (Photo by Raul Romero Jr, Contributing Photographer) “I think it’s great,” said Pasadena coach Tony Brooks, who will coach the Star-News boys. “I think the game should move back and forth. It only makes sense.” The girls game starts at 5:30 p.m., Saturday followed by the boys game at 7:30 p.m. There will be a 3-point shooting contest at halftime of each game. The Star-News boys won last year’s event to trim the Tribune side’s series lead to 8-7, while the Tribune girls won to extend its lead in the series to 9-6. The Tribune boys will be coached by Los Altos’ Jeff Lucas, who led the Conquerors to their fourth straight Hacienda League title. The Tribune boys will be headlined by his son Jarod Lucas, who averaged a state-best 40 points per game this season and became the CIF Southern Section’s all-time leading scorer with 3,356 points, passing Glendora legends Tracy Murray and Casey Jacobsen along the way. Could Lucas, who scored 52 points in the Conqueors’ league finale to set the all-time scoring record go for 50 tonight? “We know what he wants to do,” Brooks said “He’s not sneaking up on nobody.” The Tribune boys 3-point shooters for the contest will be Bonita’s Josh Jastrab and Los Altos’ Mathew Barrera and Lucas. The Star-News squad will feature four players from Pasadena who led the Bulldogs to the Pacific League title in guards Danny Pina and Javon Jones and forwards Lafayette Sanders and Darius Mason-Robertson. La Canada’s Ryan Graves, a CIF-SS Division 2A first-team selection, is the headliner after leading the Spartans to the CIF-SS divisional finals. The Star-News boys 3-point contestants are Graves, Pina and Pasadena’s Javon Jones. Northview and Tribune girls coach Danny Silva said they had solid practices this week. Silva earned coaching honors after leading the Vikings to the CIF Southern Section Division 4AA championship and to the Division IV state finals. The Tribune team will feature two of Northview’s star seniors in forward Autumn Rivera the Tribune’s player of the year, and guard Anne-Jolie Phung. Jolie Phung will be in the Tribune girls 3-point contest along with Walnut’s Kaiylin Day and South Hills’ Kristina Hiraishi. The Star-News’ co-head coaches of Keppel’s Jose Herrera and Arcadia’s Adam Conover, have a stacked squad and maybe the best from the west in a while. The Star-News squad is led by Vanessa Aguirre, the 5-foot-6 guard who was named Star-News co-player of the year after being named player of the year last year. The Star-News’ 3-point contestants are Gabrielino’s Jennifer Morales, Keppel’s Cristin Lue and Arcadia’s Ashley Sue. TRIBUNE BOYS COACH: Jeff Lucas, Los Altos Guard: Jarod Lucas, Los Altos Guard: Matthew Barrera, Los Altos Guard: Eli Ramos, Walnut Guard: Isaiah Barcelo, Los Altos Guard: Myles Corey, Diamond Bar Guard: Dale Batac, Nogales Guard: Andrew Higley, Covina Guard: Bryant Willett, Glendora Guard: Ethan Galang, Rowland Forward: Dallas Murray, South Hills Forward: Jimmy Rodriguez, Bishop Amat Forward: Jeffery Von, Wilson Forward: Ifeany Okeke, Damien Forward: Josh Jashtrab, Bonita Forward: Daniel Hernandez, Covina STAR-NEWS BOYS COACH: Tony Brooks, Pasadena Guard: Dennis Flowers III, St. Francis Guard: K.J. Franklin, La Salle Guard: Brad Lee, Maranatha Guard: Danny Pina, Pasadena Guard: Javon Jones, Pasadena Guard: Terrell Meeks, Muir Guard: Neal Carter, Muir Forward: Ryan Graves, La Canada Forward: Lafayette Sanders, Pasadena Forward: Darius Mason-Robertson, Pasadena Forward: A.J. Nicasio, Flintridge Prep Forward: Christian De Guzman, Monrovia Forward: Kalani Jones, La Salle Forward: Andrew Quach, Maranatha Center: Zach Feehan, La Canada TRIBUNE GIRLS Coach: Danny Silva, Northview Guard: Theresa Lin, Walnut Guard: Sami Riggs, Bonita Guard: Pam Gonzales, Workman Guard: Anne-Jolie Phung, Northview Guard: Mariana Cruz, Covina Guard: Kristina Hiraishi, South Hills Forward: Kathleen Pham, Rosemead Forward: Lupita Garcia, Nogales Forward: Kaitlyn Day, Walnut Forward: Erin Cha, Diamond Ranch Forward: Valerie Hidalgo, Covina Forward: Pia Guirguis, Glendora Forward: Autumn Rivera, Northview Forward: Kristal Espinoza, Rosemead Forward: Kyla Cormier, San Dimas STAR-NEWS GIRLS COACHES: Jose Herrera, Keppel; Adam Conover, Arcadia Guard: Vanessa Aguirre, Keppel Guard: Brooke Yasuda, La Canada Guard: Brianna Antillion, La Salle Guard: Jillian Takemura, Temple City Guard: Jennifer Morales, Gabrielino Guard: Darah Hodges, Muir Guard: Cristin Lue, Keppel Guard: Ashley Sue, Arcadia Forward: Sahana Saikumar. Arcadia Forward: Catherine Dea, Keppel Forward: Mychayl Phillips, Arcadia Forward: Mia Heidt, Keppel Forward: Lailonie Sapp, Pasadena Center: Nicole Ortiz, La Salle Center: Lauren Kafkaloff, South Pasadena
22 Mar 19
SCNG
Over the last decade the annual Tribune/Star-News All-Star Classic, featuring the best boys and girls senior basketball players from the Star-News and Tribune coverage areas, was held at Damien High School. Not this year, and there is renewed excitement that the game will be at Pasadena City College on Saturday, moving to the Westside for the first time since the mid 2000s. Los Altos Conquerors guard Jarod Lucas (2) drives to the basket against the Damien Spartans during the second half of a CIF-SS Boys Basketball Division 1 second round playoff game at Damien High School in La Verne, Calif. on Tuesday February 12, 2019. Damien Spartans defeated the Los Altos Conquerors 86-72. (Photo by Raul Romero Jr, Contributing Photographer) “I think it’s great,” said Pasadena coach Tony Brooks, who will coach the Star-News boys. “I think the game should move back and forth. It only makes sense.” The girls game starts at 5:30 p.m., Saturday followed by the boys game at 7:30 p.m. There will be a 3-point shooting contest at halftime of each game. The Star-News boys won last year’s event to trim the Tribune side’s series lead to 8-7, while the Tribune girls won to extend its lead in the series to 9-6. The Tribune boys will be coached by Los Altos’ Jeff Lucas, who led the Conquerors to their fourth straight Hacienda League title. The Tribune boys will be headlined by his son Jarod Lucas, who averaged a state-best 40 points per game this season and became the CIF Southern Section’s all-time leading scorer with 3,356 points, passing Glendora legends Tracy Murray and Casey Jacobsen along the way. Could Lucas, who scored 52 points in the Conqueors’ league finale to set the all-time scoring record go for 50 tonight? “We know what he wants to do,” Brooks said “He’s not sneaking up on nobody.” The Tribune boys 3-point shooters for the contest will be Bonita’s Josh Jastrab and Los Altos’ Mathew Barrera and Lucas. The Star-News squad will feature four players from Pasadena who led the Bulldogs to the Pacific League title in guards Danny Pina and Javon Jones and forwards Lafayette Sanders and Darius Mason-Robertson. La Canada’s Ryan Graves, a CIF-SS Division 2A first-team selection, is the headliner after leading the Spartans to the CIF-SS divisional finals. The Star-News boys 3-point contestants are Graves, Pina and Pasadena’s Javon Jones. Northview and Tribune girls coach Danny Silva said they had solid practices this week. Silva earned coaching honors after leading the Vikings to the CIF Southern Section Division 4AA championship and to the Division IV state finals. The Tribune team will feature two of Northview’s star seniors in forward Autumn Rivera the Tribune’s player of the year, and guard Anne-Jolie Phung. Jolie Phung will be in the Tribune girls 3-point contest along with Walnut’s Kaiylin Day and South Hills’ Kristina Hiraishi. The Star-News’ co-head coaches of Keppel’s Jose Herrera and Arcadia’s Adam Conover, have a stacked squad and maybe the best from the west in a while. The Star-News squad is led by Vanessa Aguirre, the 5-foot-6 guard who was named Star-News co-player of the year after being named player of the year last year. The Star-News’ 3-point contestants are Gabrielino’s Jennifer Morales, Keppel’s Cristin Lue and Arcadia’s Ashley Sue. TRIBUNE BOYS COACH: Jeff Lucas, Los Altos Guard: Jarod Lucas, Los Altos Guard: Matthew Barrera, Los Altos Guard: Eli Ramos, Walnut Guard: Isaiah Barcelo, Los Altos Guard: Myles Corey, Diamond Bar Guard: Dale Batac, Nogales Guard: Andrew Higley, Covina Guard: Bryant Willett, Glendora Guard: Ethan Galang, Rowland Forward: Dallas Murray, South Hills Forward: Jimmy Rodriguez, Bishop Amat Forward: Jeffery Von, Wilson Forward: Ifeany Okeke, Damien Forward: Josh Jashtrab, Bonita Forward: Daniel Hernandez, Covina STAR-NEWS BOYS COACH: Tony Brooks, Pasadena Guard: Dennis Flowers III, St. Francis Guard: K.J. Franklin, La Salle Guard: Brad Lee, Maranatha Guard: Danny Pina, Pasadena Guard: Javon Jones, Pasadena Guard: Terrell Meeks, Muir Guard: Neal Carter, Muir Forward: Ryan Graves, La Canada Forward: Lafayette Sanders, Pasadena Forward: Darius Mason-Robertson, Pasadena Forward: A.J. Nicasio, Flintridge Prep Forward: Christian De Guzman, Monrovia Forward: Kalani Jones, La Salle Forward: Andrew Quach, Maranatha Center: Zach Feehan, La Canada TRIBUNE GIRLS Coach: Danny Silva, Northview Guard: Theresa Lin, Walnut Guard: Sami Riggs, Bonita Guard: Pam Gonzales, Workman Guard: Anne-Jolie Phung, Northview Guard: Mariana Cruz, Covina Guard: Kristina Hiraishi, South Hills Forward: Kathleen Pham, Rosemead Forward: Lupita Garcia, Nogales Forward: Kaitlyn Day, Walnut Forward: Erin Cha, Diamond Ranch Forward: Valerie Hidalgo, Covina Forward: Pia Guirguis, Glendora Forward: Autumn Rivera, Northview Forward: Kristal Espinoza, Rosemead Forward: Kyla Cormier, San Dimas STAR-NEWS GIRLS COACHES: Jose Herrera, Keppel; Adam Conover, Arcadia Guard: Vanessa Aguirre, Keppel Guard: Brooke Yasuda, La Canada Guard: Brianna Antillion, La Salle Guard: Jillian Takemura, Temple City Guard: Jennifer Morales, Gabrielino Guard: Darah Hodges, Muir Guard: Cristin Lue, Keppel Guard: Ashley Sue, Arcadia Forward: Sahana Saikumar. Arcadia Forward: Catherine Dea, Keppel Forward: Mychayl Phillips, Arcadia Forward: Mia Heidt, Keppel Forward: Lailonie Sapp, Pasadena Center: Nicole Ortiz, La Salle Center: Lauren Kafkaloff, South Pasadena
22 Mar 19
Tampa Bay News Wire

Berkadia announces it has arranged the sale of a five-property multifamily portfolio in central and north Florida. The properties, located in Gainesville, St. Petersburg and Daytona Beach, were sold to two separate buyers. Senior Managing Director Cole Whitaker and Director Mary Beale of Berkadia’s Orlando office, along with Senior Director Jason Stanton of Berkadia’s Tampa […]

22 Mar 19
UPROXX

Also discussed: The trailers for “John Wick” and “Stranger Things” and a story about a giant wooden bong in Australia!

22 Mar 19
FALCON EPISTLE

As she steps on the volleyball court representing the Adamson University, Krich Aesheluoz Macaslang knows she’s playing on one of the biggest stages in her career as she start her first season in the UAAP. Playing on the starting line up as a middle blocker, let’s turn off the spotlight and go beyond the court […]

22 Mar 19
Archy Worldys

Through the associated press TV, RADIO TODAY 11 am – College Wrestling: NCAA Single Quarter Finals (ESPNU). Midday – Women's College Basketball: First round of NCAA tournaments (ESPN2). 2 pm – Women's College Basketball: NCAA tournament, first round between Charlotte and South Carolina against Belmont (ESPN2, WNKT-FM 107.5). 2 pm – PGA Golf: Valspar Championship […]