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  1. Inland Empire Football All-Stars Rout Orange CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 24 | Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

    San Gorgonio High's Nate Meadors was listed as a wide receiver for the Inland Empire All-Stars in Saturday's OC vs. IE All-Star Game, but that was only part of what he did. Meadors was a big part of the IE offense that came away with a 69-16 victory over Orange County at Corona High School.

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  2. Trojan wrestler takes 2nd at 195sRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 25 | RecordNET

    But Yates Hunter of Lincoln came the closest. In the 195-pound championship match with Young Woo An of Clovis-Buchanan, the two battled through a scoreless first period with the lone point of the second round coming on an escape from An.

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  3. No. 7 Arizona avenges loss in Berkeley, crushing Cal 73-50Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 25 | Paradise Post

    Arizona is long past last season's devastating defeat in Berkeley. The Wildcats are on to bigger and better things now, and they're enjoying every step of the way.

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  4. Are artificial-turf fields unsafe for athletes?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 25 | The Wave

    What it does: Calls for a comprehensive study to determine health risks of synthetic-turf fields with infill made from recycled tires. The bill would also create a statewide moratorium until Jan. 1, 2018, on new fields.

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  5. Prep wrestling: H-DN wrestlers put talent on full display at North Coast ClassicRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 24 | Times-Standard

    Fortuna's Ivan Osorio takes down Grants Pass' Ashton Bailey on his way to a 4th place finish at 113 pounds. EUREKA >> The North Coast Classic wrestling tournament shined a light on the talent of the Humboldt-Del Norte Conference Saturday at Eureka High School.

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  6. Sam Currena s clutch free kick powers Simi Valley in boys soccerRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 24 | LA Daily News

    Simi Valley midfielder Sam Curren had one game-winning goal in the final minute of a game entering the Super Saturday showdown with crosstown rival Royal. He enjoyed the second one better.

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  7. Area Roundup 1-24-15: Oak Hills girls basketball loses on buzzer-beaterRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 24 | Victorville Daily Press

    Oak Hills tied the score at 66 when Aleecia Greenough hit a 3-pointer from the corner with 8.4 seconds left. Norco was out of timeouts, but got the ball up court and Naomi Yim hit a jumper from about 15 feet away at the buzzer, Oak Hills coach Kelly Hennessy said.

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  8. Harvard-Westlake girls soccer overpowers Flintridge Sacred HeartRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 24 | LA Daily News

    Flintridge Sacred Heart's Nia Harris #9 and Harvard-Westlake's Courtney Corrin #21 battle for the ball during their girls soccer game at St Francis High School, La Canada Flintridge, Saturday, January 24, 2015. Harvard-Westlake beat Flintridge Sacred Heart 3-1.

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  9. Marin briefs: College of Marin men hold off Los Medanos for fifth win in a rowRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 24 | Marin Independent Journal

    Pierre Carter scored 26 points to help guide the College of Marin men's basketball team to its fifth consecutive victory with a 73-65 home win against Los Medanos on Saturday. The Mariners picked up an important victory two days after surging into a first-place tie by defeating previously unbeaten Yuba.

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  10. Girls' Soccer: Magliarditi a scoring machine for Sage HillRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 24 | Daily Pilot

    But Sage Hill School junior Lexi Magliarditi left Las Vegas last summer to pursue opportunities in soccer, the sport that she loves. Magliarditi moved in with her aunt and uncle, Francine and Nick, in their Newport Beach home.

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  11. High school boys soccer: De La Salle rallies to beat College ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 24 | The Campbell Reporter

    The De La Salle High boys soccer team received a bit of a fright on Saturday in hosting College Park, in a match that featured two teams ranked in the top 10 of the Bay Area News Group's East Bay rankings. The Spartans found themselves trailing early, and later saw a lead disappear, but thanks to Joey Jones, were able to win for the second consecutive time, topping the Falcons 3-2.

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  12. Lady Devils hold off Pacers, stay perfect in leagueRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | Davis Enterprise

    With the offense and defense already humming - to the tune of a perfect record in Delta League play - the Davis High girls basketball team tried out a new defense on Friday at Grant, and found overwhelming success in a 63-48 victory, The strategy, which was focused on pressuring senior guard Veronica Preciado, worked like a charm from the start as the Pacers' star went scoreless in the first quarter. Preciado finished with 15 points.

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  13. San Mateo CA: S.F. Giants 3 World Championship Trophies To VisitRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 24 | Patch.com

    The S.F. Giants 3 World Championship Trophies Are Visiting San Mateo & Your Visit to See Them Will Benefit Our PAL Kids!! MEDIA RELEASE / COMMUNITY ALERT FROM THE CITY of SAN MATEO POLICE DEPARTMENT On Behalf of the Police Activities League www.sanmateopal.org The San Francisco Giants 3 World Championship Trophies Are Visiting San Mateo and Your Visit to See Them Will Benefit the PAL Kids!! February 2nd, 2015 -- 4 to 6pm -- San Mateo Elks Lodge 229 West 20th Avenue, San Mateo, CA The San Francisco Giants World Championship Trophy Tour presented by Bank of America will continue its public tour and visit our beautiful City of San Mateo at the Elks Lodge on February 2nd, 2015.

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  14. Tour of California includes 18 top teamsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 24 | RecordNET

    America's largest professional cycling race will include 18 international and domestic teams competing on a course that will cover nearly 700 miles over eight days from May 10-17. UCI Pro Teams, including Tinkoff-Saxo, whose sprinter, Peter Sagan, will try to add to his record 11 stage wins, Marcel Kittel of Team Giant-Alpecin, has won a sprint in all three Grand Tours, and Santa Rosa-based BMC Racing Team swept the overall race and team classification in 2013 and is ranked second worldwide.

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  15. Boys' Soccer: Godinez overpowers EstanciaRead the original story

    Friday Jan 23 | Daily Pilot

    The Estancia High boys' soccer team lost on the road to Godinez, 3-1, and its best player in the process on Friday. Kevin Pizarro aggravated a left ankle injury in the first half, when he stepped in a hole on the field at Centennial Regional Park.

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  16. SPHS Girls Soccer Wins First Battle Of Attrition With NarbonneRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | San Pedro News Pilot

    When San Pedro High junior defender Gabriella Ma was called for a foul in the final seconds leading to a free kick, the Pirates held their collective breath. In the final eleven minutes, Narbonne of Harbor City and senior midfielder Melissa Diaz had three chances to tie up their first Marine League duel in which sole possession of first place was literally up for grabs.

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  17. Girls Soccer: Vista Murrieta ties ChaparralRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | The Press-Enterprise

    Vista Murrieta junior captain Farah Ganime scored on a fortunate header with six minutes left in the game as the Broncos rallied for 2-2 tie with shorthanded Temecula Chaparral in a Southwestern League game on a blustery Friday night. Chaparral came into the game without giving up a goal in league play, but yielded two as the teams locked up in a very physical struggle.

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  18. Prep Girls Basketball: Oak Hills' Jannon Otto nears rare 2,000 point markRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | Victorville Daily Press

    When Jannon Otto hits the 2,000-point mark - in all likelihood Saturday against Norco - there's a strong chance she won't know it. The Oak Hills senior wing doesn't know how many points she's scored.

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  19. Local Report: Fairfield girls slip by AmCanRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | The Daily Republic

    Rayonna Allen poured in 13 points and the Fairfield High girls basketball team snapped a 13-game Solano County Athletic Conference losing streak by rallying to beat American Canyon 41-40, Friday. Rashane Johnson and Christian Ford-Olivier each added 10 to lift the Falcons , who also got a solid performance from Kayla Farr, a returning player seeing her first action of the season.

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  20. NCS against expanding state football playoffsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | The Campbell Reporter

    A proposal to expand the state football playoffs to include all section champions does not have the North Coast Section's support. During its Friday meeting in El Cerrito, the NCS Board of Managers passed a motion instructing the section's 13 delegates to vote no on the proposal at next Friday's State Federated Council meeting.

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