They each played four varsity seasons of boys water polo, each earned All-CIF San Diego Section honors, and made the same college choice reflective of San Diego’s heritage as a Navy town.

Valhalla High alum Erik Nordquist and Steele Canyon grad Henry Williams are in their sophomore seasons on the Naval Academy men’s water polo team. They’re joined this season by freshman goalie Jack Hightower of Cathedral Catholic.

“I looked at my options, and the

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The San Francisco 49ers have made the biggest move of the 2021 NFL Draft, a trade that puts the organization in prime position to land a franchise quarterback. San Francisco moved up nine spots to No. 3 overall, trading away the No. 12 pick, a 2022 and 2023 first-round pick, and a 2022 third-round pick to the Miami Dolphins in order to complete the blockbuster deal. 

What does this mean for the future of Jimmy

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California’s requirements for indoor sports during the COVID-19 pandemic will keep students sidelined in one of the Bay Area’s largest school districts, according to multiple sources with knowledge of the situation.

San Jose Unified School District will not offer indoor sports until Santa Clara County reaches the yellow reopening tier, sources said. Volleyball players’ seasons will be canceled Friday, under mandatory dates in the spring sports calendar, but other sports could salvage their seasons with

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There are a lot of moving parts that go into a live telecast, particularly at the local level where resources and man power can be limited. That’s why, when hiccups inevitably happen, it’s important to roll with the punches. Sports anchor Lina Washington of ABC10 in Sacramento shared this blooper, the result of a miscommunication with her editor, to remind us all not to take ourselves too seriously.

To recap, Washington was giving an update

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By: Joe Dworetzky, Bay City News Foundation

A high school student filed a lawsuit and a request for a temporary restraining order in San Mateo County Superior Court on Friday in order to allow her onto the volleyball court.

Stella Buch, 14, is a freshman at Menlo School, an independent school for grades 6-12 in Atherton. She is a member of the school’s volleyball team and, according to the filing, wants to play not only

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A San Diego Superior Court judge issued a temporary restraining order Friday that will allow students in San Diego County to play youth sports freely, even after a recent decision from Gov. Gavin Newsom to open up the possibility for outdoor sports in less-infectious areas.

The complaint was filed on behalf of San Diego high schoolers Nicholas Gardinera and Cameron Woolsey, and listed San Diego County, the California Department of Public Health and Newsom

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A new court ruling will likely allow further loosening of restrictions for both indoor and outdoor youth sports throughout California.

According to an emailed statement, San Diego Superior Court judge Earl H. Maas III on Friday issued a temporary restraining order against Gov. Gavin Newsom over the state’s limits on youth sports. The judge ruled all indoor and outdoor sports can be played immediately in San Diego County, including women’s volleyball, basketball and other indoor

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Every Thursday when the weather’s nice, they offer free axe throwing at Tree House Burgers and Brews.

SAN ANTONIO — Think food trucks, but, imagine a similar set up with targets and axes. Yes, axes.

That’s what you’ll find when you visit Smacking Axes, a mobile axe throwing company that caters to parties, corporate events and more.

“This is a really unique business. Every single private event that we do comes with your

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Two contenders for the championship of the Mountain West Conference will take the field Saturday in Week 9 action on CBS Sports Network — including No. 25 Boise State — as the league enters its second week of play. The Broncos travel to face Air Force in a critical tune-up before a nonconference showdown with No. 11 BYU on Nov. 6. Meanwhile, San Diego State will be looking to prove that it remains one

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SANTA CLARA, Calif. — For at least the next three weeks, the San Francisco 49ers are a team without a home.

That’s because Santa Clara County, home of the

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