Monday, November 26 through Sunday, December 2, 2018
Issue No. 252
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The BEST Bay Area sports photos from
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49ers host Thanksgiving with the Niners
San Francisco 49ers players hosted the group for Thanksgiving dinner, provided by Famous Dave's.
CityTeam is a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving the poor, homeless and lost in San Jose, Chester, San Francisco, Oakland and Portland. Since 1957, CityTeam has provided support through their daily dining hall, men's program, counseling and career center, and medical and dental clinic.
Photo courtesy San Francisco 49ers.
Oakland Raiders -- 2018 Thanksgiving Turkey Giveaway
Members of the Oakland Raiders offensive line welcomed local families and community partners to the team's Alameda Practice Facility to distribute Thanksgiving turkeys and fixings on Tuesday evening, Nov. 20.
Photo by Ed Jay.
Rodney Hudson (61) loaded Thanksgiving fixings and a turkey into a family car.
Cal Bears 33 vs. Colorado Buffaloes 21
Before the game, Cal honored seniors on Senior Day at California Memorial Stadium on Saturday, Nov. 24. Fifth-year quarterback Chase Forrest (14), who is believed to be one of only two current Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) senior quarterbacks who has never started a collegiate game or transferred, is greeted with a loud cheer with coach Justin Wilcox and the team in the background.
Caption and photo by Ron Sellers.
The Cal defense kicked the game off with a fury, intercepting two passes for quick touchdowns before the contest was even two minutes old. Above, safety Ashtyn Davis (27) returns his first of two interceptions for a score early in the first quarter. Host Cal (7-4, 4-4 Pac-12) handed the visiting Colorado Buffaloes (5-7, 2-7 Pac-12) a 33-21 defeat, denying them a bowl bid.
Colorado quarterback Steven Montez (12) faced a daunting task all game, looking directly into the eyes of Cal's sturdy defense, led by linebackers Jordan Kunaszyk (59) and Evan Weaver (89). Kunaszyk would finish with 14 tackles.
Caption and photo by Ron Sellers.
Cal linebacker Evan Weaver (89), who finished the game with 19 credited tackles to lead both teams, wraps up Colorado running back Travon McMillian (34) for a limited gain.
Cal scored early in the fourth quarter, when senior wide receiver Moe Ways (18) made a remarkable seven-yard catch in the corner of the end zone, extending the Bears' lead to 12 points. Cal now
turns its attention to this coming Saturday at 12 p.m., when they host the Stanford Cardinal for the
121st Big Game. Both teams enter the contest with identical 7-5 records and both are bowl-bound. The game will be broadcast live by Pac-12 Networks. To view a photo album, visit our Facebook Page and be sure to LIKE us or visit
Stanford Cardinal 49 vs. UCLA Bruins 42
Stanford quarterback K.J. Costello threw for 344 yards and five touchdowns to lead the Cardinal to a 49-42 victory over the host UCLA Bruins at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena on Saturday, Nov. 24. Seen in images above from their 2016 matchup in Pasadena, wide receiver J.J. Arcega-Whiteside (19-left) was the recipient of three TD throws from Costello on Saturday, and running back Bryce Love (20-right) added 85 rushing yards and one touchdown. The Cardinal (7-4, 5-3 Pac-12) are now assured of a bowl game berth, and will take on their cross-town rivals, the Cal Bears, this Saturday, Dec. 1 at the California Memorial Coliseum, airing on the Pac-12 Networks at 12:00 p.m. PST. The game will determine who walks away with the coveted Stanford Axe, which the Cardinal have held for a record eight consecutive years.
3BALL USA Showcase
Great Mall in Milpitas (Silicon Valley) was the site of the 3BALL USA Showcase in late August, featuring a 3x3 basketball format which will make its Olympic debut in Tokyo in 2020. Ten top teams from the US, Europe and Asia competed for a $50,000 grand prize. Above, o
n-court announcer Vince Chang hypes up the crowd
during the 3BALL USA tournament at the Great Mall
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USF Dons (M) BB 61 vs. Harvard Crimson 57
USF Dons forward Matt McCarthy recorded a double-double with 12 points and 14 rebounds as the Dons defeated the Harvard Crimson, 61-57, at War Memorial Gym on Wednesday,
Dons guard Jamaree Bouyea scored 14 points, including a key 3-pointer late in the second half.
Senior Nate Renfro recorded two blocks and three steals on the defensive end.
Saint Mary's Gaels 2 vs. Stanford Cardinal 4 (PK)
The best shot of the day came in the first overtime, when the Gaels' Jakub Svehlik (not pictured) drove the ball past all defenders, only to have it ricochet off the pole and back into play.
USF (W) BB 73 vs. UT Arlington 80
USF guard Shannon Powell led the Dons in points (19), rebounds (8) and assists (7) in their 80-73 loss to UT Arlington on Sunday, November 25 at War Memorial Gym in San Francisco.
Dons freshman guard Kia Vaalavirta hits one of her three 3-pointers in the game, finishing with
|Bol Bol as a freshman for the Oregon Ducks.
|Father Manute Bol as a Golden State Warrior
|Your viewing aid for seeing
Bol Bol this basketball season
On Tuesday, Nov. 16 a heavily recruited, highly publicized University of Oregon freshman basketballer had 24 points and nine rebounds as the Ducks took care of Syracuse at Madison Square Garden in the 2K Classic.
I immediately checked the Cal and Stanford home schedules to figure out when I could see this phenom, the son of a famous and beloved Golden State Warrior. Unfortunately his Ducks won't be making the normal home and home visits to Berkeley or The Farm for Bay Area college basketball fans. This Duckling Dandy is going to be hard to see in person unless you travel up to Eugene or down to LA when his team visits UCLA or USC. You might see him leading his team at the Pac-12 Championship in Las Vegas.
You can tune into FS1 on Feb. 6 at 6:30 p.m. when the Bears run up and down the crazy looking court in Eugene. If you are a Stanford fan the Cardinal will be on ESPNU on Feb. 10 at 5 p.m. to take on the Ducks.
Pac-12 Conference-controlled broadcasts include 48 games on ESPN/ESPN2/ESPNU (including three Pac-12 tournament games), 20 on FS1, two nationally each on FOX and CBS broadcast networks and 149 on Pac-12 Networks (eight Pac-12 tournament games). Additional appearances will be made through other conference television agreements and various in-season tournaments to bring the comprehensive broadcast total to more than 260 events.
As part of the 48 package games on ESPN Networks, five are set for ESPN -- Stanford at UCLA on Thursday, Jan. 3; the regular season finale of Oregon at Washington on Mar. 9; and three games of the Pac-12 Tournament -- with an additional 14 contests designated to flex on ESPN or ESPN2 and seven others assigned to ESPN2. ESPN's season-long Pac-12 coverage will culminate with the
Pac-12 Championship Game on Saturday, Mar. 16 at 7:30 p.m. PT. Games aired on an ESPN network will also be available through the ESPN App, accessible on computers, smartphones, tablets and connected devices to fans who receive their video subscription from an affiliated provider.
If you are confused, talk to a friend who is an expert in Pac-12 broadcast scheduling to figure out your ability to see this high flying Duck on the tube.
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by author Leigh Montville
Book jacket of
Manute: The Center of Two Worlds, by Leigh Montville and
So now that we have given you the broadcast road map back to our star in the making, he was born on Nov. 16, 1999 in the hoops hotbed of Khartoum, Sudan. The youngster is now five inches shorter than his legendary basketball father at 7 feet, 2 inches. He has played on four different high schools in Kansas, California and Nevada. His name is Bol Bol. Is there a better name for a basketball star than Bol Bol?
His late father, Manute Bol, all 7 foot, 7 inches of him became a fan favorite with the Golden State Warriors from 1988-90 and 94-95. The Dinka Dunker was the only player in NBA history with more blocks than points in his career. The ultimate mad scientist of basketball, Don Nelson, used Manute in many of his on-court experiments. Sadly, Manute passed away in June of 2010.
His son, Bol Bol, will continue to raise eyebrows during this season. No matter how difficult he may be to see locally, he won't be disappearing anytime soon.
Andy Dolich has over five decades of leadership in the sports industry, including executive positions in the NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, pro soccer and lacrosse. Presently Dolich is COO of the Fan Controlled Football League (FCFL) and teaches sports business at Stanford's School of Continuing Studies. Dolich is also co-author of the new book:
Sports Prep Star -- Colleen McCandless
Granada-Livermore -- Cross Country -- Senior
Colleen McCandless closed out her four year varsity cross country career with her second straight Top 10 finish at the California Interscholastic Federation State Championship Meet on Nov. 24 at Woodward Park in Fresno. McCandless finished third in the Div. II state championship race in a time of 17 minutes, 47.8 seconds. She was three seconds behind the runner-up and 25 seconds behind the blazing first-place time of 17:22.6 by Kristen Fahy of La Costa Canyon-Carlsbad. McCandless finished eighth overall as a junior. The Matadors team placed five runners inside the Top 40 on Saturday for a second-place team finish, the program's highest finish ever.
|Long-time broadcaster Hank Greenwald with a favorite Cuban cigar
The Last Story --
A Tribute to a Broadcaster's Broadcaster
SAN FRANCISCO -- The worst air quality in the history of San Francisco could not stop a wall-to-wall packed Perry's at Union Street to render tribute to Hank Greenwald on Friday Nov. 16. Greenwald passed away on October 22 at the age of 83.
One of the most popular bars and eateries in San Francisco and founded in 1944, Perry's was one of Greenwald's favorites places and where he always enjoyed a great cheeseburger. Gathered this day were a bevy of Bay Area sports media, broadcasters, engineers, agents, baseball executives, players, manager, friends and the family of Greenwald for an emotional tribute. His wife Carla, son Doug -- also a baseball play-by-play broadcaster -- and daughter Kelly spoke to a totally packed Perry's. Also speaking was Giants' top executive Larry Baer, along with the Giants' broadcasters Dwayne Kuiper, Mike Krukow and Jon Miller.
Greenwald began his career at his alma mater, the University of Syracuse, broadcasting their football games. He would go on to do the play-by-play of a former NBA team, the Syracuse Nationals. In the 1960s he called the games of the Hawaii Islanders of the Pacific Coast League.
Greenwald was a baseball story teller with great wit and delivery. He also called games for the Golden State Warriors with Bill King, but baseball was his passion and main sport. He called Giants games from 1979-86 and left after a disagreement with radio station management. For the next two years Greenwald went to work for the New York Yankees and returned to the Giants in 1989, when the team reached the World Series and were swept by the Oakland A's, 4 games to 0. He remained in San Francisco until 1996, when he retired and called 2,798 consecutive games. In his book,
This Copyrighted Broadcast
, Greenwald wrote about his disagreement with Giants' vice president Larry Baer as the reason for his retirement. In 2004, Hank was the television play-by-play announcer for the A's, with Ray Fosse doing color. In 2004 and 2005, he was the lead announcer for the A's.
Greenwald did not work during the "glory years" of the Giants' World Series run from 2010-14. His only World Series was the 1989 Earthquake Series. Hank had the ability to make an 8-0 lost for the Giants an interesting broadcast as his tremendous knowledge of the history of the game was his specialty. At Perry's, Krukow said that although he was a baseball player, he learned a lot listening to Greenwald talk about the history of the game. Kuiper got his start working with Greenwald. Truth be said, Greenwald could tell a baseball story as good as anybody.
One of Greenwald's most memorable calls was his great description of the final out in Game 5 of the 1989 National League Championship Series, which sent the Giants to the World Series for the first time since 1962. "Twenty-seven years of waiting have come to an end! The Giants have won the pennant!"
|During his career, Greenwald broadcast 2,798 consecutive games
|Signing his book, This Copyrighted Broadcast
I am honored to have known Greenwald and for a few years I traveled with him on the road with the Giants. He could talk baseball before, during, and after the game and it was always a pleasure to listen to him.
I remember on a trip to Cincinnati, around the hotel as I was walking to I ran into Greenwald, who was smoking a Cuban cigar and told me there was a great Cuban cigar store just around the corner. I told him I didn't smoke Cuban cigars (although I was born in Cuba and I remember my father did smoke those Cohibas), Greenwald went on to tell me a lot about Cuban cigars, more than I ever heard from my father.
Among other memories I remember we where on a charter plane flying out of Pittsburgh and it was raining and the lightning was "big time." He asked me, "Do we really have to take-off like this?" We did and the take-off was a white knuckle ride.
At Candlestick Park we often talked behind the batting cage during batting practices. During night games, around 5 p.m. or so, the wind was swirling all over the place and he once looked at me and said, "So many places they blow up, and we still have this place here where they play baseball." Candlestick was not his favorite place, but can you blame anybody for that?
I will remember Greenwald as a Broadcaster's Broadcaster. Always prepared, always ready with lots of notes, a great memory and recollection of events and always ready to share with his audience, which he loved. One time after a night game, I was leaving Candlestick Park after another terrible Giants loss and Hank was still in the press box doing the post game. Then a fan outside yelled, "Hey Hank, we'll get 'em tomorrow!" thinking I was Hank. He got a kick out of that, as it happened quite regularly. I told him I was "his double."
The Bay Area broadcast booth in the sky now features Bill King, Lon Simmons, and Hank Greenwald.
Amaury Pi-González is the Spanish voice of the A's and since 2016, he's on the Advisory Board of the American Sportscasters Association in New York City.
Listen to the A's games in Spanish on KIQI 1010AM/990AM Bay Area, Sacramento and Stockton.
Sonoma Raceway -- 16th Annual Toy Drive
Sonoma Raceway Revs Up Holiday Joy with 16th Annual Toy Drive
All Collected Toys Distributed to Sonoma Valley Kids.
SONOMA, Calif. (Nov. 19, 2018) -- For the 16th consecutive year, race fans and community members can help brighten the holidays for Sonoma Valley kids by donating toys to
All toys collected during the toy drive, which runs through Wednesday, Dec. 5, will be distributed to more than 300 children at the raceway's annual Race to the Holidays Christmas Party on Saturday, Dec. 8. All children are pre-registered for the party through one of six Sonoma Valley non-profit youth organizations. New, unwrapped gifts for newborns to 12 year olds are needed.
"I have been in the past with my two children and older stepdaughters, and I can't tell you how much they enjoyed it and were so happy to be a part of this special event," said one Sonoma mother, Melissa. "After losing my job in the fires and then losing my apartment due to the job, I am currently now getting back on my feet. It has been a struggle getting everything back together, and this party is able to take us away and enjoy the day together, while also helping me out
during the holidays."
Gundlach-Bundschu Winery will again support the toy drive at its Bacchus Holiday Bazaar on Saturday, Dec. 1, from 11 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Attendees can sip, shop and get cozy by a fire at this special holiday event in the Vista Courtyard. And guests will also have the opportunity to contribute new, unwrapped toys at the Bacchus Bazaar. For more information, visit
For more information on the Race to the Holidays Children's Christmas Party or High-Powered Toy Drive, please contact Cheri Plattner at 707-933-3950 or
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WEEKLY SPORTS CALENDAR
Monday, November 26 through Sunday, December 2, 2018
Monday, November 26
Golden State Warriors v. Orlando Magic, 7:30 p.m.
Cal (M) BB v. Santa Clara, 6 p.m.
San Jose Sharks @ Buffalo Sabres, 4 p.m.
San Jose Barracuda v. Stockton Heat, 11 a.m.
UC Davis (W) BB @ Loyola Marymount, 12 p.m.
Wednesday, November 28
San Jose Sharks @ Toronto Maple Leafs, 4:30 p.m.
Stanford (M) BB v. Portland State, 7 p.m.
San Jose State (M) BB v. Indiana State University, 7 p.m.
Saint Mary's (M) BB v. UC Irvine, 7 p.m.
Fresno State (M) BB v. Pacific, 7 p.m.
Fresno State (W) BB @ USC, 5 p.m.
Thursday, November 29
Golden State Warriors @ Toronto Raptors, 5 p.m.
Friday, November 30
Sacramento Kings v. LA Clippers, 7:30 p.m.
Santa Clara (M) BB v. Jackson State 7 p.m.
UC Davis (M) BB v. Northern Arizona, 7 p.m.
Sonoma State (M) BB @ Stanislaus State, 7:30 p.m.
Saint Mary's (W) BB @ UC Santa Barbara, noon
Cal State East Bay (M) BB v. Cal State Dominguez Hills,
USF (W) BB @ Washington State , 7 p.m.
San Jose State (W) BB v. Pacific, 7 p.m.
Sonoma State (W) BB @ Stanislaus State, 5:30 p.m.
Cal State East Bay (W) v. Cal State Dominguez Hills,
Pac-12 Football Championship Game, Utah Utes v.
Washington Huskies, Levi's Stadium, 5 p.m.
Stockton Heat v. Ontario Reign, 7 p.m.
USF (M) BB v. Stephen F. Austin, 5 a.m., (Belfast,
Santa Clara (W) BB v. CSUN, 4 p.m.
State Warriors @ Detroit Pistons, 4 p.m.
Sacramento Kings v. Indiana Pacers, 5 p.m
San Jose Sharks @ Ottawa Senators, 11 a.m.
Stockton Heat v. San Jose Barracuda, 6 p.m.
Cal Bears v. Stanford Cardinal, The Big Game, 12 p.m.
UC Davis v. Northern Iowa or Lamar, 4 p.m.,
NCAA Division I Football Championship Game
Fresno State v. Utah State or Boise State, 4:45 p.m.,
2018 Mountain West Football Championship Game
Stanford (M) BB @ Kansas, 2:30 p.m.
Santa Clara (M) BB v. Northern Arizona, 4 p.m.
USF (M) BB v. TBA, TBD, (Belfast, Northern Ireland)
Saint Mary's (M) BB v. California, 7 p.m.
Pacific (M) BB v. Air Force, 7 p.m.
Cal State East Bay (M) BB v. Cal State LA, 3 p.m.
Fresno State (M) BB v. Cal Poly, 4 p.m.
Saint Mary's (W) BB @ Cal Poly, 2 p.m.
USF (W) BB @ Idaho, 2 p.m.
Cal State East Bay (W) BB v. Cal State LA, 1 p.m.
UC Davis (W) BB v. Nevada, 11 a.m., Lady Griz Classic
San Francisco 49ers @ Seattle Seahawks, 1:25 p.m. NBC
Oakland Raiders v. Kansas City Chiefs, 1:05 p.m., CBS
San Jose Sharks @ Montreal Canadiens, 4 p.m.
Cal (W) BB v. CSUN, 2 p.m.
Stanford (W) BB @ Gonzaga, 2 p.m.
San Jose State (W) BB v. UC Irvine, 2 p.m.
UC Davis (W) BB v. Montana or Northern Illinois,
11 a.m./1 p.m., Lady Griz Classic
Fresno State (W) BB @ Eastern Washington, 1 p.m.
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