Cross Country runners make finals

Santa Monica Daily Press (Sports) 12/5 2:00A editor
Race: For the first time in Samohi’s Cross-country history, the Varsity girls traveled to Fresno this past weekend and ran in the Division 1 State Finals. Phoebe Benun placed 6th overall in a time of...

Rose Bowl clears way for 12-team CFP in 2024

Santa Monica Daily Press (Sports) 12/2 2:00A Associated Press
RALPH D. RUSSO AP College Football Writer Rose Bowl game organizers cleared the way for the College Football Playoff to expand to 12 teams starting in the 2024 season, informing CFP officials...

Pulisic goal advances US in World Cup with 1-0 win over Iran

Santa Monica Daily Press (Sports) 11/30 2:00A Associated Press
RONALD BLUM AP Sports Writer DOHA, Qatar (AP) — Christian Pulisic gave his body for his country, scoring the goal that advanced the United States in the World Cup while crashing into the goalkeeper....

Widow asks $55M from NCAA for ex-USC football player’s death

Santa Monica Daily Press (Sports) 11/22 2:00A Associated Press
BRIAN MELLEY Associated Press Attorneys asked a jury Monday to award $55 million to the widow of a former USC football player, in a landmark case accusing the NCAA of failing to protect him from...

First usa world cup match ends in 1-1 draw vs. wales

Santa Monica Daily Press (Sports) 11/22 2:00A Emily Sawicki
Emily Sawicki and Ronald Blum Hundreds of soccer fans packed Santa Monica Brew Works on Monday morning for the kick-off of the U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team’s 2022 FIFA World Cup bid. USA’s match...

UC Board of Regents delays decision on UCLA move to Big Ten

Santa Monica Daily Press (Sports) 11/18 2:00A Associated Press
Associated Press The University of California Board of Regents has scheduled a special meeting for Dec. 14 in Los Angeles to finalize a decision on UCLA’s planned move to the Big Ten Conference....

USC, UCLA may cause Big Ten schools to expand recruiting map

Santa Monica Daily Press (Sports) 11/16 2:00A Associated Press
STEVE MEGARGEE AP Sports Writer Southern California and UCLA’s pending moves to the Big Ten could give the league’s existing members the opportunity to expand their recruiting maps and pursue more...

Last-place Rams still lacking solution to offensive problems

Santa Monica Daily Press (Sports) 11/15 2:00A Associated Press
GREG BEACHAM AP Sports Writer Nine games and exactly nine months after winning the Super Bowl at SoFi Stadium, the Los Angeles Rams found themselves in a new position in their home arena Sunday. Last...

D-line becomes latest Chargers position plagued by injuries

Santa Monica Daily Press (Sports) 11/15 2:00A Associated Press
JOE REEDY AP Sports Writer Just when Brandon Staley and the Los Angeles Chargers thought things couldn’t get worse with injuries, along came the loss to the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday night when...

Frustration over play time hastens Tillery’s Chargers’ exit

Santa Monica Daily Press (Sports) 11/12 1:00A Associated Press
JOE REEDY  AP Sports Writer Jerry Tillery was already expected to be in his last season with the Los Angeles Chargers after the team declined to exercise his fifth-year option during the offseason. It...

Rams QB Stafford making progress in concussion protocol

Santa Monica Daily Press (Sports) 11/12 1:00A Associated Press
GREG BEACHAM AP Sports Writer Matthew Stafford is questionable for the Los Angeles Rams’ home game against Arizona while working through the NFL’s concussion protocol. The quarterback has been “making...

LA Rams QB Matthew Stafford in concussion protocol

Santa Monica Daily Press (Sports) 11/10 1:00A Associated Press
GREG BEACHAM AP Sports Writer Los Angeles Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford is in the concussion protocol, and coach Sean McVay is uncertain whether the Super Bowl winner will be ready to play Sunday...

Unbeaten USC, UCLA driving college football resurgence in LA

Santa Monica Daily Press (Sports) 10/14 2:00A Associated Press
GREG BEACHAM AP Sports Writer Ralen Goforth is a standout linebacker at Southern California. His older brother, Randall, was a star cornerback at UCLA. With both of Los Angeles’ college football teams...

Ex-Angels employee gets 22 years in Skaggs overdose death

Santa Monica Daily Press (Sports) 10/12 3:00A Staff Report
SCHUYLER DIXON AP Sports Writer A former Los Angeles Angels employee was sentenced to 22 years in federal prison Tuesday for providing Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs the drugs that led to his overdose...
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