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St. John Bosco puts big hurt on Mater Dei

Los Angeles Times (Eric Sondheimer) — If you have the best football player on the field and he stands 6 feet 5, weighs 310 pounds and is headed to Ohio State, you find a way get him involved. And that’s what Bellflower St. John Bosco Coach Jason Negro did on Saturday night in the Southern Section Division 1 championship game against...
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Football: Saturday's City and Southern Section championship scores

Los Angeles Times (Eric Maddy) — Saturday, December 3rdCITYDIVISION I CHAMPIONSHIPNarbonne 42, Dorsey 34DIVISION II CHAMPIONSHIPLos Angeles 36, Hawkins 6DIVISION III CHAMPIONSHIPFranklin 27, Reseda 18SOUTHERN SECTIONDIVISION 1 CHAMPIONSHIPSt. John Bosco 42, Mater Dei 28DIVISION 5 CHAMPIONSHIPCalabasas 35, Capistrano Valley 14DIVISION...
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Narbonne hangs on against Dorsey to win City title

Los Angeles Times (Steve Galluzzo) — Harbor City Narbonne appeared unstoppable heading into the City Section Division I championship game Saturday night at El Camino College. The top-seeded Gauchos (14-0) looked the part early but had to withstand a furious second-half comeback to defeat Los Angeles Dorsey, 42-34, for their third...
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Final: Ducks fall in overtime to Edmonton, 3-2

OC Register (By ERIC STEPHENS) — EDMONTON, Alberta – Working overtime continues to be a worthless exercise for the Ducks. Leon Draisaitl scored 3:16 into the extra session Saturday night to give the Edmonton Oilers a 3-2 victory at Rogers Place, snapping the Ducks’ three-game...
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Ducks notes: Ducks, Bruce Boudreau renew acquaintances

OC Register (By ERIC STEPHENS) — EDMONTON, Alberta – Bruce Boudreau and the Ducks reconnected in a small way Saturday as the former Ducks coach and his Minnesota Wild were at Rogers Place to practice and prepare for their game against the Oilers on Sunday.“I ran into people I...
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Boys' basketball: Chino Hills holds off Long Beach Poly, 78-75

Los Angeles Times (Eric Sondheimer) — Chino Hills had to overcome the size advantage of Long Beach Poly and finally prevailed, 78-75, on Saturday night in the championship game of the Corona Centennial tournament. LiAngelo Ball, the tournament MVP, had 28 points. Eli Scott had 21 points and LaMelo Ball 19. Zafir Williams led Poly with...
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Five people shot as fight escalates during wake in South Los Angeles

Los Angeles Times (Ben Poston) — Five people were shot Saturday afternoon at a wake in South Los Angeles, authorities reported. A fight broke out about 3:30 p.m. during the wake, which was held at a storefront near the intersection of West 91st Street and Western Avenue, said Los Angeles Police Sgt. Thomas Bojorquez. According...
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USC stays unbeaten with win over BYU, 91-84

Los Angeles Times (Zach Helfand) — The USC basketball team has endured a string of losses since the end of last season. Four players transferred. Two unexpectedly left for the NBA draft. Last week, its best offensive weapon, forward Bennie Boatwright, sprained his knee, knocking him out for six weeks. “You see all these gray hairs?”...
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USC will take on California for NCAA men's water polo title

Los Angeles Times (Kevin Baxter) — The college water polo season will end Sunday afternoon the same way the last one did. And the one before that — in fact, the same way the last 14 seasons ended: with either UCLA or USC playing for the national title. But for just the second time since 2010, USC will be making the trip alone after...
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Luke Walton recalls his early coaching experience at Memphis with Tarik Black

Los Angeles Times (Tania Ganguli) — The city of Memphis played an important role in Lakers Coach Luke Walton’s path to coaching.  In 2011 Walton, then a Lakers forward, served as an assistant coach with the University of Memphis while the lockout that delayed the start of the 2011-12 NBA season was in effect. It was here he realized...
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Warehouse fire deadliest in Oakland since the great Oakland Hills fire of 1991

Los Angeles Times Officials preparing for up to 40 fatalities in Oakland warehouse fire Dec. 3, 2016, 8:35 p.m. At least nine people died when a fire raced through an Oakland warehouse crowded with people attending a Friday night concert, officials said. But officials said they are preparing for up to 40 fatalities,Oakland...
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Path to soccer title game came after USC players decided to take a knee

Los Angeles Times (Kevin Baxter) — Despite all that Keidane McAlpine has accomplished with the USC women’s soccer team this season — winning 18 games and a spot in Sunday’s NCAA championship game for just the second time in school history — he says one of his proudest moments as a coach was a private one that took place in a locker...
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Warriors hold moment of silence for victims of Oakland warehouse fire

Los Angeles Times Officials preparing for up to 40 fatalities in Oakland warehouse fire Dec. 3, 2016, 8:14 p.m. At least nine people died when a fire raced through an Oakland warehouse crowded with people attending a Friday night concert, officials said. But officials said they are preparing for up to 40 fatalities,Oakland...
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Panic, anguish, frustration as families await word of the missing

Los Angeles Times Officials preparing for up to 40 fatalities in Oakland warehouse fire Dec. 3, 2016, 8:02 p.m. At least nine people died when a fire raced through an Oakland warehouse crowded with people attending a Friday night concert, officials said. But officials said they are preparing for up to 40 fatalities,Oakland...
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Some had long viewed the site of fatal Oakland blaze as a 'death trap'

Los Angeles Times (Liam Dillon, Ben Poston, David Zahniser, Laura J. Nelson) — The Oakland warehouse where at least nine people were killed at a late-night concert was a deadly blaze waiting to happen. People who previously lived there recalled a building that lacked fire sprinklers and had a staircase partly made of wooden pallets. Partygoers recalled a rabbit warren of...
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