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21 Jul 19
LILLIE ROSS

AP Published 5:53 p.m. ET July 21, 2019 CLOSECHICAGO (AP) — Francisco Mejía homered, Fernando Tatis Jr. drove in three…

21 Jul 19
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21 Jul 19
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CHICAGO (AP) — Francisco Mejía homered, Fernando Tatis Jr. drove in three runs and the San Diego Padres avoided the sweep, beating the Chicago Cubs 5-1 on Sunday. Mejía and Tatis had two hits apiece for the Padres, who scored three runs in the ninth and have won just two of their last nine. Kyle […]

21 Jul 19
Monterey Herald
Continuing its decade long tradition, the Gen Giammanco Foundation awarded 10 scholarships to student-athletes to pursue their athletic careers at the collegiate level. Award winners included Alexa Aguirre, Nathan Chapman, Nate Martorella, Bradley Watson and Kaila Uota, all of whom prepped at Salinas High. Also awarded scholarships were Emilio Chavez of Monte Vista, Melissa Finona of Monterey, Jerry Flores of Palma, Faith Mora of North County and Carmel’s Sara Tuck and Pierce Gallaway. The foundation renewed previous award winners Matthew Briscoe (Seaside), Paul Cieri (Trinity), Jenna Garcia (Notre Dame), Tyler Koran (Salinas), Danielle Pasquariello (Pacific Grove), Drew Schuler (Salinas), Miranda Wilson (Salinas) and Veronica Wood (Notre Dame). The foundation awarded over $35,000 to student-athletes, as well as donating nearly $23,000 to the programs at Alisal, Greenfield, King City, Marina, Monterey, North Salinas, Salinas, Soledad and North County. The foundation was started in 2010 in honor of Gen Giammanco. Applications for the 2020-21 school year will be available at http://www.gengiammancofoundation between Jan. 15-March 31, 2020 Hartnell to enshrine 10 into schools athletic Hall of Fame Three former Hartnell College track and field standouts will be part of the school’s 2019 Athletic Hall of Fame class this coming fall. Kathy Kuchta, Vanessa Yebra and Sam Albanese are among 10 former Panther athletes who will be enshrined on Nov. 2 at halftime during the Hartnell-MPC football game. Kuchta, a former King City High standout, was inducted in both track and field and volleyball. Yebra and Albanese are among the school’s all-time leaders in the pole vault. Albanese was a decathlon standout in 1971-72, earning a track and field scholarship to UCLA. Yebra was also a guard on the Panthers basketball team in 2000 out of Gonzales. Inducted for both baseball and football is Mike Breschini, while Chuck Dillard and Gary Plumlee are going in for football. Tom Campbell is being enshrined for both water polo and swimming, as is Claire Shackelford for swimming. Hartnell is bringing back swimming this spring after a 17-year hiatus. Rounding out the athletic list is former North Salinas three-sport star Rosa Montejano (basketball) and Benny Guerra (wrestling). In addition, Hartnell’s 1977 baseball team and 1960 football team are being enshrined along with former track and field coach Dick Casper and football coach Chuck Felice. Gene Mazza, Lyman Lowe and Phil Garcia are going into the Hartnell Hall of Fame under the volunteer/supporters list. Powers puts together strong season at Towson Former Stevenson and MPC standout Brad Powers carved out a name for himself this past spring in his first season for the Towson University baseball team. Powers led the team in homers (7), walks (23) and on-base percentage (.391). The 6-foot-5 slugging first baseman also drove in 26 runs. The junior scored 22 runs and recorded 18 multiple-hit games for Towson, a Division I program that plays in the Colonial Athletic Association. Powers was a two-time all-leaguer at Stevenson, earning all-conference honors at MPC. Holes-in-one Gordon Tam of San Jose and Richard Warren of Carmel both recorded holes-in-one while playing in the same group during a round at Poppy Hills Golf Course in Pebble Beach. Tam recorded his feat on the No. 2 hole while Warren’s came on No. 11. Langley tournament slated for Pebble Beach The Northern California PGA Foundation has announced the 12th annual Langley tournament. The Tribute to Legends Charity Pro-Am Golf Tournament will take place Aug. 12-13 at Pebble Beach Resorts. Hosted by PGA tour icon Peter Jacobsen, the event will honor two-time majors champion Mark O’Meara, as well as real estate magnate, philanthropist and former San Francisco Giants owner Bob Lurie. Interested participants and sponsors can register for the event at http://www.thelangley.org Coaches needed North Salinas is looking for a varsity girls tennis coach and a varsity boys tennis coach for the upcoming year. Contact Jean Ashen at jeankinn.ashen@salinasuhsd.org Trinity is looking for a varsity girls volleyball coach. Send an email to athleticsca@trinityhigh.org to apply. Alisal is looking for a girls tennis coach. Contact athletic director Jose Gil at jose.gil@salinassuhsd.org for more information. Rancho San Juan High in Salinas is looking for coaches this coming fall for football, cheer, volleyball, boys and girls cross country, girls golf and girls tennis. Contact Matthew Briney at matthew.briney@salinasuhsd.org for details. Carmel is looking for a head varsity and JV girls water polo coach, a head JV boys water polo coach, a JV assistant football coach, an assistant field hockey coach and a JV and varsity head girls basketball coach. Apply online at http://www.carmelunified.org. MPC basketball camp The annual MPC Basketball Camp for boys and girls ages 5-15 will be held July 29 through Aug. 2 from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. Fee is $125. Call 831-601-0685 or mvillagrana@mpc.edu for more.
21 Jul 19
Sport Archives

CHICAGO (AP) – Francisco Mejía homered, Fernando Tatis Jr. drove in three runs and the San Diego Padres avoided the sweep and defeated the Chicago Cubs 5-1 on Sunday. Mejía and Tatis had two hits for the Padres, who scored three runs in the ninth and only won two of their last nine. Kyle Hendricks […]

21 Jul 19
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21 Jul 19
Say Hello To Baseball

Read more at padres.com Postgame Alert July 21, 2019 View as web page Padres 5, Cubs 1 Sunday, July 21, 2019 Wrigley Field (47 – 52) (54 – 45) FINAL 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E SD 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 3 5 6 0 […]

21 Jul 19
New York City Ticketron

The Mets (45-53, 13 GB in NL East, 6 GB of second Wild Card) complete their four-game series against the Giants in San Francisco on Sunday at 4:05 PM on SNY.The Mets (45-53, 13 GB in NL East, 6 GB of second Wild Card) complete their four-game series against the Giants in San Francisco on […]

21 Jul 19
New York City Ticketron

The Mets (45-53, 13 GB in NL East, 6 GB of second Wild Card) complete their four-game series against the Giants in San Francisco on Sunday at 4:05 PM on SNY.

21 Jul 19
Touchdown Wire

Plenty of stars and superstars are on the list of quarterbacks who have thrown for the most yardage in a single game in NFL history. Not surprisingly, some of the biggest efforts came in losses when the QBs had to go to the air and in games that went to overtime. 45. Brad Johnson, Nick […]

21 Jul 19
The Life Force Blog

This is a transcription of a handwritten (pencil actually) journal that I kept during our family’s trip west in 1968. The primary purpose was to allow Dad to attend his Commencement (get his PhD degree). But we also visited a lot of notable parks along the way. We hauled a fold-down tent trailer behind a […]

21 Jul 19
Sports Radio Service

yahoosports.com file photo: San Francisco Giants relief pitcher Will Smith is on the block and the Oakland A’s are interested in obtaining his services, the Milwaukee Brewers are rumored to be a frontrunner for Smith. On the A’s podcast with Joey F: #1 The A’s are looking to shop for an extra starter or two, […]