Sports a haven for crudity?

As we noted last week in our discussion of the thick-headedness of the baseball executive who concluded a discussion of possible drug use in his sport by slandering his own team, leadership in sports is no guarantee of intelligence. Nor, it has since developed, of either maturity or good taste. We have two fresh examples […]

Fore works game day operations at Poinsettia Bowl

Chris Fore was on the Game Day Operations Committee for the 2005 San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl. Fore spent the day of college football’s newest bowl game in the press box while working on administrative tasks the day before. “It’s just been a neat experience,” Fore said. The addition of the Poinsettia Bowl […]

Sports Corner

As you are probably already aware, your Boys & Girls Club of North County has kicked off another wonderful season of boys and girls youth basketball. Once again we have provided our audiences with some of the most sought-after talent in the county by hosting games (or nail-biters) that even Phil Jackson and the rest […]

Sports Corner

As you are probably already aware, your Boys & Girls Club of North County has kicked off another wonderful season of boys and girls youth basketball. Once again we have provided our audiences with some of the most sought-after talent in the county by hosting games (or nail-biters) that even Phil Jackson and the rest […]

Denny wins go-round at Lakeside Rodeo

Wade Denny won the second Steer Wrestling go-round at the Lakeside Rodeo. The 1981 Fallbrook High School graduate had a time of 5.1 seconds in the go-round to earn himself the fastest time among the 20 bulldoggers in that go-round along with the $760 earnings for first place. “I just got out good and caught […]

Padres honor two Pendleton Marines during Military Opening Night

The San Diego Padres honored two Camp Pendleton Marines as part of their Military Opening Night ceremonies April 20. The recognition of the 32 award-winning servicemen from area bases, stations, and offices included Corporal Sean Pateneau and Lance Corporal Mark Rine. Pateneau was the Non-commissioned Officer of the Quarter for Camp Pendleton and Rine was the […]

Shaw signs letter of intent with ASU

Derek Shaw, who lived in Fallbrook for five years and played Fallbrook Pop Warner for three years, has signed a letter of intent to play football for Arizona State University. Shaw, who played quarterback for the Oceanside High School team which won the 2004 CIF Division II championship, signed the letter of intent February 1. […]

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