Askew leads Mater Dei basketball past Harvard-Westlake and into Open Division final

STUDIO CITY >> Devin Askew smirked as his teammates helped him up from the baseline. After taking an elbow to the chin on a third-quarter layup, the five-star prospect completed a three-point play to put Mater Dei ahead by 18 points. Askew fought through constant double-teams in a physical 65-46 win over Harvard-Westlake on Friday […]

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USA Gymnastics asks Nassar survivors to release Steve Penny, USOPC, Karolyis, Don Peters from legal claims

Speaking during a 2018 sentencing hearing for former U.S. Olympic and national team physician Larry Nassar, Rachael Denhollander, a former gymnast and Nassar survivor, asked “How much is a little girl worth?” According to a USA Gymnastics bankruptcy filing Friday night, it’s as little as $82,000. In a disclosure statement filed with U.S. Bankruptcy Court […]

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St. Francis boys basketball makes easy work of Roosevelt to advance to the CIF championship

In one of its most dominant performances of the season, the St. Francis boys basketball team dismantled host Eastvale Roosevelt, 60-33, in Friday’s CIF Southern Section Division 2AA semifinals. The victory sends the Golden Knights (26-7) to weeks championship game, where it will take on Santa Clarita Chrisitan at a site and time to be […]

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High school boys basketball: Lone Peak keeps its composure, upsets No. 5 seed Corner Canyon in 6A state tournament

Knights won the rubber match between Region 4 foes, taking down the Chargers on their home court to advance to the quarterfinals Wednesday at the University of Utah DRAPER — While fifth-seeded Corner Canyon was relaxing Wednesday night and enjoying its bye in the first round of the new all-comers 6A state boys basketball tournament, […]

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