• 619-990-4080


Professional Electrical Services

Report: San Diego Unified graduation rate tops 80%, but lower than district reported

September 7, 2017 Uncategorized  0

[ad_1] A UC San Diego research group has reported San Diego Unified‘s graduation rate was about 10 percent lower than the district announced, but significantly higher than the researchers predicted. The San Diego Education Research Alliance’s report released Wednesday lauded the district’s 80.3 percent graduation rate for the class of 2016, the first graduates who […]

Veitch: A look back at the best of Saratoga

September 6, 2017 Uncategorized  0

[ad_1] Gun Runner left no doubt last weekend that he was the best horse at Saratoga this summer. With a smashing 10-length victory in the Woodward to go with an equally powerful score in the Whitney four weeks ago, he heads to the Breeders’ Cup Classic for another confrontation with Arrogate. There are 59 days […]

True hometown win for Ruis, Bolt d'Oro in Del Mar Futurity

September 5, 2017 Uncategorized  0

[ad_1] There were 60 people crammed into the winner’s circle late on Monday as the sun was fading at Del Mar, all trying to fit into what should be the happiest photo taken at the track this summer. On closing day, Mick Ruis produced the best feel-good story of the meet. The 56-year-old who was […]

No. 21 Virginia Tech beats No. 22 West Virginia 31-24

September 4, 2017 Uncategorized  0

[ad_1] Josh Jackson passed for 235 yards, ran for 101 and accounted for two touchdowns in his first start for Virginia Tech, and the No. 21 Hokies made a last-second stand to beat No. 22 West Virginia 31-24 on Sunday night. The 52nd meeting between the Appalachian region rivals was the first since 2005. It […]

Why is San Diego State football so good at forcing turnovers?

September 3, 2017 Uncategorized  0

[ad_1] There is no college football defense in the FBS over the last two seasons that’s been more ball hawkish than San Diego State. With two-time Mountain West Defensive Player of the Year Damontae Kazee picking off 15 passes on his own in 2015-16, the Aztecs led the nation with 49 interceptions. The second-best team […]

Baffert has catching up to do in Del Mar's final weekend

September 2, 2017 Uncategorized  0

[ad_1] Bob Baffert didn’t want to talk about his phenomenal past success in the Del Mar Futurity, which is part of a packed stakes racing card on the final weekend of the summer meet. “It doesn’t mean anything,” Baffert said. “It’s what you’ve got now.” What the Hall of Fame trainer hopes is that, with […]

Morse football player a bared soul on the sax

September 1, 2017 Uncategorized  0

[ad_1] Martell Irby sits on a bar stool in his Skyline backyard, improvising on his red tenor saxophone. A half-lit moon hangs in the sky. Planes glide toward Lindbergh Field. Nearby, a dog barks. The barking should not be construed as criticism. Irby is a talented musician, a member of the San Diego School of […]

BBB Logo