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24 Feb 19
Monterey Herald
A record shattering season didn’t quite have the story book ending Monterey had envisioned. Once the disappointment of a 2-1 setback to Prospect Saturday in the Central Coast Section Division I boys soccer finals subsides, the Toreadores will look back with good memories of an historical season. “We’ve been living in the moment,” Monterey coach Josimar Herrera said. “Right now these kids are a little bummed out.” Adding to the heartbreak was a late Prospect goal that broke up a tie game. “That’s part of life,’ Herrera said. “There has to be a winner and a loser. In a couple of days, they will sit down and realize what they have achieved.” That would include a school record 20 wins, a school record 17 straight wins, a Mission Division title and an appearance in its first ever section finals. “It hasn’t crossed their minds,” Herrera said. “But it will.” Forgive Herrera if he was a little emotional after the game. The program is losing 12 seniors, six of which have been with him on the varsity since their freshmen years. “We talked a little bit after the game,” Herrera said. “A lot of these kids held their heads up. It’s not the end. All these kids can play in college if they choose.” Monterey reached the finals after posting a 1-0 win over West Catholic Athletic League power St. Francis and a 2-1 road win over top seed Sacred Hert Prep. And for 60 minutes, it held a 1-0 lead, using a first half goal from Juan Arechiga on an assist from Javier Espinal. “We were feeling good,” Herrera said. “We felt good the whole game. Prospect capitalized on their chances in the second half.” Even after Prospect tied the game, Herrera liked his teams mindset. “We had chances, good chances,” Herrera said. “Their keeper came up with three really good saves in the second half.” Prospect got an opportunity with roughly two minutes left and converted to cap the comeback. “I’m proud of these kids, all of them,” Herrera said. “Our captains led by example all season. What a ride.” Leigh 1, King City 0: The Mustangs first trip back to the Central Coast Section finals in Division IV in 33 years ended with a heartbreaking loss. King City (15-7-1) came into the game, having outscored two postseason opponents 7-1 to reach the finals. It had not been shutout all season. The setback snapped a six-game unbeaten streak for the Mustangs, who were the runner-ups this past winter in the Cypress Division. College track MPC: Former King City standout Cassidy Flores met the Northern California Regional provisional mark in the javelin, tossing it 100 feet at the Diablo Valley College Hall of Fame Invitational. TJ Trout-Lacy won the men’s javelin with a mark of 155-feet while Palma product Kevin Telford clocked 50.60 in the 400. Girls swimming Notre Dame 99, Alvarez 66: Laura Vetter and Jacqueline Dy both won two individual events and swam legs on two winning relay teams in the Spirits season opening win. Vetter won the 100 fly and 200 IM while Dy captured the 100 breast and 500 free. Abby Ko was on two winning relay teams while Sophia Irinco won the 200 free and swam on a winning relay. Baseball Salinas 2, Westmont 0: Evan Maldonado tossed six shutout innings, while Altie Melendrez tossed a hitless seventh to get the save for the Cowboys. Melendrez also drove in a run for Salinas while Nathan Martorella had a pair of hits. Max Farfan and Lane Radley each had a hit. San Benito 2, Alisal 1: Daniel Villegas doubled and drove in Alisal’s only run in a loss to San Benito. Jonie Ramirez also had a hit. Women’s basketball CSU-East Bay 73, CSUMB 59: Yolanda Ealy led three players in double figures with 15 points in the Otters loss. Brianna Tucker added 14 points for CSUMB while Camille Parker tallied 11. Men’s basketball CSU-East Bay 80, CSUMB 75: Despite 19 points from Joseph Bosetti and 18 from Jared Williams, the Otters bid for their first road win of the season fell short. Charlie Tooley added 14 points for CSUMB while Koen Sapwell tallied 10. College baseball CSUMB 15-12, CSU-Los Angeles 2-2: The Otters stretched their winning streak to five after sweeping a doubleheader from Los Angeles. TJ Dove and Brian Morley both homered for CSUMB in the opener. Morley and Kyle Czaplak each drove in four runs. Dove, Czaplak and Oster Reed all had three hits. Ethan McRae went the first five innings to pick up the win. Nicholas Napoli homered and tripled for CSUMB in Game 2. Connor Casperson and Morley each drove in two runs. San Benito product Greg Steinbeck tossed six plus innings to get the win. College softball CSUMB 3-4, Dominguez Hills 2-5: Courtney Hennings had three hits and an RBI in the Otters Game 1 win. Korina Krueg added two hits and an RBI in support of winning pitcher Celeste Villagrana. Alyssa Burt and Britany Perez each drove in two runs in the Otters Game 2 loss. Perez homered while Burt and Hennings both doubled.  
24 Feb 19
Ottawa Sun

The bell tolled for Ryan Dzingel’s days with Ottawa Senators on Saturday night. Now, unrestricted free agent winger Mark Stone is the last man standing for the Senators with the clock ticking towards the NHL trade deadline on Monday at 3 p.m. ET. Only 24 hours after Ottawa sent centre Matt Duchene to the Columbus […]

23 Feb 19
Catching My Drift

Snow and frigid temperatures, sun and balmy days, rain and wind and sleet…all of those kinds of weather crammed into the last three weeks. And Connie, the Fitbit on my wrist, blithely ignores all of it. The temperature, the weather, what’s falling from the heavens: these things mean nothing to her relentless little self. If […]

22 Feb 19
Abigail's Writing Desk

We all live busy lives. That’s just a part of the world. We get stuck with an extra shift at work. A last minute assignment. Your parents want you to come over and help clean out their garage. It’s easy to end up drained without anytime for hobbies. Writing on a burnt out battery is […]

22 Feb 19
BGR

It’s National Margarita Day 2019! What’s National Margarita Day, you ask? We’ll answer your question with two questions of our own: 1. Who the heck knows? 2. Who the heck cares? The bottom line is you can get killer deals on margaritas at tons of different restaurants across the country. You can even score deals […]

23 Feb 19
SBI Soccer

Timothy Weah’s life at Celtic could not have gone better with the U.S. Men’s National Team forward making an impact immediately. With the club continuing to hold the top spot in the Scottish Premier League, Weah will look to continue playing a part for the Glasgow giants this weekend against Motherwell. The PSG loanee has […]

22 Feb 19
CBS Pittsburgh

Some of today’s guests/topics include: Polar Plunge for Special Olympics, Doug Oster, and Handy Andy Amrhein! Click for more information about today’s guests!

22 Feb 19
WTKR.com

Every year on February 22 people around the nation enjoy the delicious drink and this year you can get some pretty sweet deals.

22 Feb 19
Fox17

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22 Feb 19
D.Katie Powell Art

On the night when the full moon was supposed to be invoking the ancestors (this is astrologically), I found myself drawing all my grandmother’s thimbles going back four generations. My mother gifted them to me, so though she doesn’t have her own, she too is represented on those pages. To Whom will I gift them? […]

22 Feb 19
Crystal Minds

Arsenal Crushes BATE @the Emirates Bouncing back from a tough first leg, Arsenal cruised through in the Europa League with a dominant display against BATE on Thursday. Arsenal eased into the last 16 of the Europa League with a 3-0 win at Emirates Stadium to turn their tie against BATE on its head. Unai Emery’s men were miserable […]

22 Feb 19
Irish Dancer Champion Archive

Age group: Under 13 in 2018 (born in 2005) School: Broesler (Mid-Atlantic) Kelly-Oster (Mid-Atlantic)   North American Nationals 2018: 41st 2017: 44th 2015: 30th 2014: 12th 2013: 15th Mid-Atlantic Oireachtas 2018: 26th 2017: 29th 2016: 35th 2015: 3rd 2014: 2nd 2013: 16th 2012: 10th

22 Feb 19
Swimming World News

By Grace Nordquist, Swimming World College Intern. Day two of the CAA championship meet picks up with the first full day of both individual events and relays. Events include the 500 Free, 200 IM, 50 Free, women’s 3-Meter diving, and the 200 Free relays. After ending day one in a three way tie on the […]

22 Feb 19
SublimeSpace

Part I My first passion was playing electric guitar. I loved the instrument and spent most of my teen years with a guitar in my hands as much as possible. As my playing progressed, so did my understanding of the instrument: the way the parts function, how design impacts tone and playability, how to perform […]

22 Feb 19
The Well-Appointed Desk

Due to weather delays, this is an extremely lengthy Link Love. But I’m home safe and the cats are very happy about that. Some of the highlights are: Draplin Love, actual pencil reviews this week, LA Pen Show recaps, and, oh yeah, the 2019 Pen Addict Live Kickstarter went live. Plus SOOOOO much more. Enjoy! […]

21 Feb 19
Arcynewsy

Es ist wieder so weit: Heute startet der McDonald's Oster-Countdown. Bis zum 24. März gibt es täglich neue Angebote beim Fast-Food-Riesen und zwei Haken. Auch in diesem Jahr setzt McDonald's eine beliebte "Tradition" fort – beim "Oster – Countdown" gibt es für Fast – Food – Fans wieder jede Menge Coupons. McDonald's Oster-Countdown: McDonald's-Coupons in […]