Menlo School’s fourth-quarter rally falls short in NorCal 4-A title game

Menlo School nearly staged an improbable comeback Saturday night, rallying from a three-touchdown deficit with under 10 minutes to go before losing to host San Marin 29-21 in the CIF NorCal 4-A championship game The Knights (8-6) trailed 29-7 after Ryan Rodas kicked his second field goal of the game, this one from 25 yards,… Continue reading Menlo School’s fourth-quarter rally falls short in NorCal 4-A title game

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Michigan takes on No. 19 Kentucky

Kentucky Wildcats (5-2) vs. Michigan Wolverines (5-2) Prague; Sunday, 1 p.m. EST FANDUEL SPORTSBOOK LINE: Michigan -9; over/under is 143 BOTTOM LINE: The No. 19 Kentucky Wildcats and the Michigan Wolverines square off at The O2 Arena in Prague, Czechia. The Wolverines have a 5-2 record against non-conference oppponents. Michigan is 0-1 in games decided… Continue reading Michigan takes on No. 19 Kentucky

Devils beat Flyers for team-record 11th straight road win

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Jack Hughes, Dawson Mercer and Fabian Zetterlund scored, and the New Jersey Devils set a club record with their 11th straight road victory, beating the Philadelphia Flyers 3-2 on Saturday night. Miles Wood added two assists and Akira Schmid stopped 31 shots for the Devils, who are a win away from tying… Continue reading Devils beat Flyers for team-record 11th straight road win

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Andrew Mangiapane scores twice, Flames beat Capitals 5-2

CALGARY, Alberta (AP) — Andrew Mangiapane scored twice, Adam Ruzicka had a goal and two assists and the Calgary Flames beat the Washington Capitals 5-2 on Saturday night. Blake Coleman and Elias Lindholm — into an empty net — also scored for Calgary and Mikael Backlund had assists. Dan Vladar stopped 27 shots. Conor Sheary… Continue reading Andrew Mangiapane scores twice, Flames beat Capitals 5-2

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Blackberry Smoke keeps classic Southern rock thriving

The Georgia band Blackberry Smoke never set out to be the standard-bearers for classic-model Southern rock. It just wound up happening that way. “That music was all required listening where we came from,” frontman Charlie Starr said this week. “When I was a teenager and I started playing in bars around the Southeast, people eat,… Continue reading Blackberry Smoke keeps classic Southern rock thriving