Monday, December 10 through Sunday, December 16, 2018
Issue No. 254
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Letters to the Editor
Your inclusion of coverage of 24 Hours of Lemons was a delight (Sonoma Raceway). It's just what Bay Area followers of pro sports really needed, a sense of humor. Thanks.
A request -- would it be possible, what with injuries and new players added to the lineup, to occasionally print a new, 49ers up-to-date roster? (Always with the caveat that "This may have changed already," what with injuries in practice and etc., etc....)
Something we could download to check against play on the field --- I've noticed even announcers are sometimes skipping identifying a player... even to the foul called on two players with the same number. (92? I think I remember...)
Or even just a "New Additions," the shorter list of who's been added.
San Francisco 49ers 20 vs. Denver Broncos 14
Kittle's career day included an 85-yard touchdown which put him over 1,000 yards for the season, a first by a 49ers tight end. Photo by Rich Yee.
Looking collected and under control, third-string starting quarterback Nick Mullens directs traffic down field. After a sizzling first-half start, Mullens finished with 332 yards (20/33), good for two touchdowns and one interception. Photo by Rich Yee.
Receiver Dante Pettis received a welcome to the sidelines from 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan. Pettis collected three passes for 49 yards and one touchdown. Photo by Rich Yee.
San Francisco 49ers in the Community -- Convoy of Hope
The 49ers came together with Convoy of Hope to provide holiday gifts, toys, books, groceries, haircuts, family portraits, headshots, health resources, a hot meal and shoes to guests from various nonprofit partners around the Bay Area. Above, general manager John Lynch greeted some of the guests.
Photo by Mike Chasanoff.
Nearly 30 players participated in the event, including DL DeForest Buckner, K Robbie Gould, TE George Kittle, T Mike McGlinchey, P Bradley Pinion and S Jaquiski Tartt.
San Francisco 49ers CEO Jed York was also in attendance, along with 49ers GM John Lynch.
Oakland Raiders 24 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers 21
Tight end Lee Smith hauled in a three-yard touchdown pass which gave the Raiders a lead at
Oakland Raiders in the Community -- Toys for Tots
Oakland Raiders players, Raiderettes, and members of the United States Marine Corps Reserve were on hand to sign autographs in exchange for new, unwrapped toys valued at $20. The Silver and Black once again teamed up with the Corps Reserve to brighten the holidays for children through the Toys for Tots program at the Raider Image in Southland Mall in Hayward on Tuesday, Dec. 4. Photo by Ed Jay.
San Jose Sharks 5 vs. Carolina Hurricanes 1
Sharks defenseman Brent Burns moves the puck during San Jose's 5-1 win over the Carolina Hurricanes on Wednesday at SAP Center. Burns was held off the score sheet, but was a plus-2 in the win.
Caption by Ross McKeon and photo by Rich Yee.
Justin Braun gets rid of the puck before Carolina forward Lucas Wallmark can catch the San Jose defenseman as the Sharks won consecutive games for the first time since Nov. 11-13
San Jose's Logan Couture (39), Marc-Edouard Vlasic (44) and Tomas Hertl (48) focus on a face-off during Wednesday's game against the Hurricanes.
Caption by Ross McKeon and
San Jose Barracuda 4 vs. Bakersfield Condors 0
San Jose Barracuda goaltender Josef Korenar stopped 31 shots as the Barracuda shutout the Bakersfield Condors, 4-0 at SAP Center in San Jose on Sunday, December 9. The Barracuda wore jerseys commemorating the Kansas City Blades, the San Jose Sharks AHL affiliate from 1991
Barracuda left wing Francis Perron scores in the first period to give San Jose a 3-0 lead.
Cal Bears 89 vs. San Diego State Aztecs 83
Cal junior guard Paris Austin drives to the basket for two of his 15 points. Coming out of Bishop O'Dowd high school in Oakland, Austin was a considered a consensus four-star prospect.
Leading scorer for the Bears with 23, sophomore Justice Sueing celebrates his 3-point shot late in the first half, keeping the Bears close to the Aztecs. Out of high school, Sueing was considered a four-star prospect according to ESPN and three stars by Scout. To view a complete photo album, visit our Facebook Page and be sure to LIKE us or visit
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USF Dons 79 vs. Cal Bears 60
USF guard Charles Minlend scored 17 points and pulled down 11 rebounds as the Dons defeated the Cal Bears, 79-60, at Haas Pavilion on Wednesday evening, December 5.
Bears forward Andre Kelly led Cal with 17 points and nine rebounds.
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,
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Cal Bears 81 vs. Saint Mary's 78, OT
Cal's Kristine Anigwe scores inside to send the game into overtime, where the Bears prevailed over the Saint Mary's Gaels, 81-78, at McKeon Pavilion in Moraga on Saturday, December 8. Anigwe finished the game with 24 points and 12 rebounds.
Gaels sophomore Emily Codding hit four 3-pointers to lead all scorers with 26 points.
Spartan Race @ AT&T Park
The Spartan Race was held at AT&T Park on Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 1 and 2, where hearty souls ran around the concourse, climbed ropes in the outfield, did burpees in the dugout, and challenged themselves with 20-plus obstacles, guaranteeing complete exhaustion! For more information, visit www.spartan.com
Photo by Rich Yee.
Very much in command...
Sports Prep Star -- Matthew Smart
Del Oro-Loomis -- Football -- Senior
The 6-foot-2 wide receiver caught three passes for 173 yards and scored both touchdowns as the Golden Eagles came from behind to beat visiting St. Francis-Mountain View 14-13 in the CIF 2-AA Northern California Bowl Championship game on Dec. 7. Smart caught a 79-yard pass from quarterback Carson Jarratt for a 7-6 lead in the third quarter. Then, with Del Oro trailing 13-7 in the final minutes of the game, Smart hauled in a 13-yard touchdown pass for the winning score. The win propelled the Eagles (13-1) to the CIF 2-A State Bowl Championship game against Grace Brethren-Simi Valley (13-2) at 4 p.m. on Dec. 14 at Cerritos College in Norwalk
|...Kevin Durant, shockingly, had four more turnovers (seven) than field goals (three)... (Durant is pictured above against the Orlando Magic.) Photo by Rich Yee.
|Shawn Livingston has slowed down and has difficulty keeping up with younger guards...(Livingston is pictured above against the Orlando Magic.) Photo by Rich Yee.
In October most of us said "it's a done deal," expecting the Warriors to cakewalk to their fourth title in five years. One must be very wary; over-confidence can be a dangerous thing. The Warriors may be looking past the ho-hum regular season as basically exhibition until the playoffs; but there's one guy on that bench who knows it's not--Steve Kerr. A man with a knack for self-deprecation, perspective, taking responsibility and brutal honesty, the coach is aware that history is littered with the corpses of great teams that took success for granted.
Friday night, in what was hyped as the biggest game of the year to date, somebody forgot to notify Andre Iguodala that he was done, over the hill. The 34-year old veteran--and finals MVP-- has lost another step, and his reluctance to shoot is often maddening, but he can still get up--as in
for big games, like he did against the Bucks: 15 points, 8 boards, smothering defense, and, most of all,
the kind you cannot quantify. Let's hope he's healthy come June.
Beating Milwaukee convincingly on the road will get a lot of fans off the ledge. On a night without Draymond, where Kevin Durant, shockingly, had four more turnovers (seven) than field goals (three) it ultimately came down to defense, less turnovers, and the bench that got the job done in the second half. The team finally gave coach Kerr the complete game--against a quality
opponent--he was hoping for. And with seven of the next nine games at home, albeit against teams that are all at or above .500, the Warriors are poised for a holiday run. We have yet to see the team that looks like they can challenge a full-strength Golden State in a seven-game series. But that could change...
First-Third Report Card:
As the season passes the 1/3 mark--28 down, 54 to go--the standings find the Dubs at 18-10, on the mend and on the rise. Steph is back delivering daggers and dimes and Draymond is returning, perhaps tonight against Minnesota. KD has been at times superb, and Klay, despite some shooting woes, has been steady. Shawn Livingston has slowed down and has difficulty keeping up with younger guards, but can still give the team quality minutes. Jonas Jerebko and, to a lesser extent, Alfonzo McKinnie, have been a double revelation, nailing threes, playing hungry, and hustling like crazy. With Damian Jones out for the year and Jordan Bell inconsistent, Kevon Looney has had to grow up fast in the post; but his defense is solid and he makes few mistakes.
Since the end of last season I count twelve teams that have improved. What do most of them have in common? Quick young players who can shoot threes. The gap between the champs and the rest of the NBA has narrowed; the regular season is no longer
If DeMarcus Cousins returns in 2019 at just 50% and doesn't re-injure his Achilles, they will have a daunting lineup. But players get hurt, and every opponent has their games against Golden State circled on the calendar.
So what are the Warriors' marching orders? "Winning games in this league is not easy. Nobody gives you W's," as Kerr is so fond of saying. It might be a good idea to stop taking things for granted. For us, the fans, take a deep breath and be patient. For them, the champs, the recipe is the same as it's been for five years; Stay healthy--and for God's sake--get the ball to Steph.
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Sonoma Raceway -- Race to the Holidays Children's Christmas Party
Sonoma Raceway spreads holiday cheer to more than 300 children
at Race to the Holidays Children's Christmas Party
SONOMA, Calif. (Dec. 8, 2018) -- More than 300 Sonoma Valley children enjoyed a festive day under sunny skies at Sonoma Raceway on Saturday at the 14th annual Race to the Holidays Children's Christmas Party.
The event, which has drawn more than 3,300 children since its inception in 2005, culminated with Santa Claus presenting each child with a full bag of toys and a stuffed animal, as well as a toiletry kit courtesy of Verizon. Children ranged in age from newborn to 13 years old.
"This event is so helpful, particularly for mom and dad, who are such hard working people," said Laurel Mohring, mentor center facilitator at the Sonoma Valley Mentoring Alliance. "It's something they can look forward to doing as a family, and it's magical for the kids."
Upon hearing the children caroling his favorite tune, "Santa Claus is Coming to Town," Santa greeted the children on his way into the event hall before handing out gifts. The children left the raceway with new toys and wide smiles after a complimentary lunch at the Raceway Café.
I brought my daughter when she was little and now she's in high school, so I brought my two younger sons, and they had so much fun," said Edith from Sonoma. "They were excited to see Santa and are already busy playing with the toys."
It was awesome," added her son, Aydan.
The raceway received a generous outpouring of support from the community as more than 1,200 toys were donated for the party. Supporters of this year's event included: Dick Sharke, Exchange Bank, Gundlach Bundschu Winery, Levy Restaurants, Patterson Dental, Pat Milligan, The Save Mart Companies, Schell-Vista Fire Protection District, Sonoma Valley Fire & Rescue Authority, Verizon and Viansa Sonoma. SCC, the charitable arm of Sonoma Raceway, has distributed more than $6.4 million to Sonoma County youth organizations since 2001.
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WEEKLY SPORTS CALENDAR
Monday, December 10 through Sunday, December 16, 2018
Monday, December 10
State Warriors v. Minnesota Timberwolves, 7:30 p.m.
Sacramento Kings @ Chicago Bulls, 5 p.m.
San Jose Sharks vs. New Jersey Devils, 7:30 p.m.
Pacific (M) BB vs. Long Beach State, 7 p.m.
Saint Mary's (M) BB vs. Cal State Fullerton, 7 p.m.
Sacramento State (M) BB vs. Holy Names, 7:05 p.m.
Wednesday, December 12
State Warriors vs. Toronto Raptors, 7:30 p.m.
Sacramento Kings vs. Minnesota Timberwolves, 7 p.m.
Fresno State (W) BB vs. Santa Clara, 5 p.m.
Thursday, December 13
an Jose Sharks vs. Dallas Stars, 7:30 p.m.
Friday, December 14
Santa Clara (M) BB vs. Mississippi Valley, 7 p.m.
USF (M) BB vs. Eastern Washington, 7 p.m.
Sacramento Kings vs. Golden State Warriors, 7 p.m.
Fresno State (W) BB vs. Stanislaus State, 7 p.m.
an Jose Barracuda @ San Diego Gulls, 7 p.m.
Fresno State Bulldogs vs. Arizona State Sun Devils, 12:30 p.m.
Stockton Heat vs. Bakersfield Condors, 6 p.m.
Cal (M) BB vs. Cal Poly, 7 p.m.
Stanford (M) BB vs. Eastern Washington, 4 p.m.
Saint Mary's (M) BB vs. LSU, 7:30 p.m.
San Jose State (M) BB vs. Northern Arizona, 7 p.m.
Sonoma State (M) BB vs. Cal State San Bernardino, 3 p.m.
Stanford (W) BB vs. Baylor, 12 p.m.
San Jose State (W) vs. Santa Clara, 4 p.m.
USF (W) BB vs. UC Davis, 3 p.m.
Sonoma State (W) BB vs. Cal State San Bernardino, 1 p.m.
San Francisco 49ers vs.
Seattle Seahawks, 1:05 p.m.
Oakland Raiders @ Cincinnati Bengals, 10 a.m.
Sacramento Kings @ Dallas Mavericks, 4 p.m.
San Jose Sharks @ Chicago Blackhawks, 4 p.m.
San Jose Barracuda @ Ontario Reign, 3 p.m.
USF (M) BB vs. Cal State Fullerton, 1 p.m.
Pacific (M) BB @ Cal State Northridge, 3 p.m.
UC Davis (M) BB vs. William Jessup, 2 p.m,
Cal (W) BB vs. UC Santa Barbara, 2 p.m.
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Churchward Pub, 1515 Park Street, Alameda
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Crogan's Montclair, 6101 La Salle Avenue, Oakland
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Fort Green, 736 Washington Street, Oakland
Frank's Saloon, 2014 Marina Blvd., San Leandro
Funky Monkey, 22554 Main Street, Hayward
George & Walt's, 5445 College Avenue, Oakland
Grand Oaks Restaurant, 3701 Grand Avenue, Oakland
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Ivy Room, 860 San Pablo Avenue, Albany
Kingfish, 5227 Telegraph Avenue, Oakland
Linguini's Pizza & Brew, 1508 Park Street, Alameda
Livermore Casino Sports Bar, 3571 First Street, Livermore
Mr. Lucky's Bar & Grill, 1527 Locust Street. Walnut Creek
Oaks Corner, 4099 San Pablo, Emeryville
Otaez Mexican Restaurant, 1619 Webster Street, Alameda
Pasta Pelican, 2455 Mariner Square Drive, Alameda
Pete's Place, 610A San Pablo Avenue, Pinole
Rancho Sports Bar, 3912 San Pablo Dam Road, El Sobrante
Ricky's Sports Grill, 15028 Hesperian Blvd., San Leandro
Sports Edition Bar, Hilton Oakland Airport, Oakland
Stadium Pub, 1420 Lincoln Avenue, Walnut Creek
Tierney's Sports Bar, 540 San Pablo Avenue, Albany
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