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    By Dr. Maulana Karenga   The recent wave of walkouts and walkaways from playing and practice in protest against the savage shooting of Jacob Blake, first by the Milwaukee Bucks and followed by others in solidarity, i.e., the NBA, the WNBA, Major League Baseball, the National Hockey League and Major League Soccer, is clearly worthy ...
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    By Dennis J. Freeman Two-times NBA Finals MVP Kawhi Leonard has arrived back home where he started his basketball roots. After leading the Toronto Raptors to their first NBA title, Leonard, who starred at Canyon Springs High School (Moreno Valley) and Martin Luther King High School in Riverside during his prep days, is now an ...
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    By Stacy M. Brown NNPA Newswire Frank Robinson, a trailblazing figure who was Major League Baseball’s first African American manager and one of its greatest players during a career that spanned 21 seasons, died last Thursday after a prolonged illness. Robinson was 83. The Hall of Famer hit 586 home runs and appeared in 14 ...
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    The Joe Baca Foundation will host the 13th annual Baseball & Softball Fitness Clinic and Health Fair for kids 7-13 years old on Saturday, January 12. It will be held from 9am to 12 noon at San Manuel Stadium located at 280 S. ‘E’ Street in San Bernardino. Special appearances by Derrell Thomas, Josh Morgan, ...
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    The University of California, Riverside Athletics Department released its 2018-19 Men’s Basketball team schedule, announcing an exciting non-conference slate that features five home games at the SRC Arena and a trip to the Tiger Thanksgiving Tournament. “We are looking forward to our 2018-19 season,” first year head coach David Patrick said. “We have assembled a ...
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    Little League® celebrated its 10th year hosting the West Region Challenger Fun Days in San Bernardino, as volunteers and members of Little League Challenger Division® programs in California and Tijuana came together for a weekend of fun on May 19 and 20. The event was free for all participants thanks to the support of Gatorade ...
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    Jay Benjamin Kitchen, former Sports and Entertainment Writer for the Precinct Reporter passed away on Friday, May 11.  He was 50 years old. Jay lived most of his life in Colton and graduated from Colton High School. He was a soccer referee with organizations IESRA and Colton AYSO.  He coached both his children’s soccer teams ...
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    Non-conference play came to an end as the Titans defeated the Lopes (3-7-1) 4-0 at Titan Stadium. Fullerton heads into the Big West with a record of 7-2-2. Maribell Morales netted her first goal of the season in the 20th minute off the ball from Atlanta Primus.  Morales booted the ball from the top of ...
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    It was announced recently that the University of Redlands football team climbed five spots on the D3football.com Top-25 Poll for week one to No. 20 in the nation.  The Bulldogs impressed in their opening game by firing off 32 unanswered points en route to a 32-7 win over the Trinity University (TX) Tigers. Redlands is ...
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    Finishing in the top spot in their first action of the season, the Cal Poly Pomona men’s cross country team took first-place in the Kim Duyst Cross Country Invitational hosted by Stanislaus State recently The Broncos tallied the top four finishers, led by Ruben Dominguez and Christian Rodriguez who tied with the fastest time at ...