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Early start for prep football in 2018

October 5, 2017 Uncategorized  0

[ad_1] It’s a quirk in the CIF calendar, one that will move the opening Friday games of the 2018 high school football season up a week to Aug. 17. “The calendar is a little different. And we need to adjust,” said John Labeta, assistant commissioner of the CIF’s San Diego Section. In order to complete […]

San Diego officials alerted city employees, vendors, early in hepatitis crisis, not so much the public

October 4, 2017 Uncategorized  0

[ad_1] San Diego city officials warned employees about the deadly hepatitis A outbreak two times before Mayor Kevin Faulconer issued any public statements about the spreading infectious disease, newly released emails show. The initial alerts to city workers and to more than 11,000 vendors doing business with City Hall were issued in May. Employees were […]

Tom Petty Never Backed Down

October 3, 2017 Uncategorized  0

[ad_1] Tom Petty’s greatest hits were less bright pop songs than dark, short stories. Over four decades, he spun a soundtrack describing an array of disillusioned American girls who were raised on promises and were crazy about Elvis – but eventually became hardened enough to make a yuppie stick his head in the oven. His […]

Super Mario Odyssey Demo Reportedly At Best Buy Locations

October 2, 2017 Uncategorized  0

[ad_1] by Robert Workman | October 1, 2017 Up until this point, the only way you could play Super Mario Odyssey for the Nintendo Switch is if you stood in line for several hours and played the demo at a trade event like San Diego Comic-Con or PAX West. But apparently, it’s going to be […]

Jacob Nix, Fernando Tatis Jr. star in Padres On Deck Game

October 1, 2017 Uncategorized  0

[ad_1] A draft snafu infamously cost Jacob Nix a full year of professional development. A groin strain held him back to start this season. Predictably, Nix answered quickly in the affirmative when Padres pitching coordinator Mark Prior phoned the 21-year-old prospect earlier this month to see if he was up for making his Triple-A debut […]

TDBH: Essex Express rolls through San Diego as Bengals sack Johnny U six times 

September 30, 2017 Uncategorized  0

[ad_1] SAN DIEGO – In the early days of the West Coast offense, long before Giovani Bernard and James Brooks, Essex “The Express,” Johnson becomes the Bengals’ first running back to catch 100 yards when his two touchdown grabs amass 116 yards during today’s 20-13 victory over the Chargers. But after the 5-9, 200-pounder chalks […]

College Football: Flyers renew rivalry with San Diego

September 29, 2017 Uncategorized  0

[ad_1] DAYTON The Dayton Flyers don’t like to call it a rivalry, but there may not be a better word to describe the showdown between the two best teams in the Pioneer Football League. Defending champion San Diego (2-2) comes to town for a 12 p.m. kickoff with the Flyers (1-3) at Welcome Stadium on […]

RBV back's added strength resulting in more yards

September 28, 2017 Uncategorized  0

[ad_1] After being promoted from JV last season when a rash of injuries hit the Rancho Buena Vista High varsity football team, Dorian Richardson quickly discovered the ups and downs of the transition. The 5-foot-7, 195-pound sophomore running back had 15 carries for 83 yards and a touchdown in his varsity debut, a 28-14 loss […]

Carter Capps likely to undergo surgery to address thoracic outlet syndrome

September 26, 2017 Uncategorized  0

[ad_1] Padres reliever Carter Capps has been diagnosed with thoracic outlet syndrome and is awaiting final approval to undergo surgery to address the condition, manager Andy Green said Monday. Doctors believe thoracic outlet syndrome, the compression of nerves and blood vessels in the upper chest area, caused the blood clot that ended Capps’ season earlier […]

3 things we learned in the Aztecs' win over Air Force

September 25, 2017 Uncategorized  0

[ad_1] Three things we learned from San Diego State’s 28-24 victory Saturday night over Air Force: 1. Overcoming adversity pays dividends. Miserable doesn’t begin to describe the game’s conditions. SDSU head coach Rocky Long and offensive coordinator Jeff Horton said they had never seen anything like it in coaching careers that go back four decades. […]

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