PHOTO: He Shoots, He Scores
April 5, 2013 - 1:06 am
Here’s today’s local and national sports schedule, including television and radio listings.
Between learning a new defensive system and injuring his hip in the opener, Raiders safety Tre’von Moehrig had a rough second season after a promising rookie campaign.
Rather than hedge his $100 parlay to guarantee a profit, Jon Grace doubled down. Now he is two Golden Knights wins away from collecting six figures from Circa.
Golden Knights forward Jonathan Marchessault has three goals — one fewer than the Florida team — but Panthers forward Ryan Lomberg insists his team isn’t worried about the matchup.
The NIAA Realignment Committee approved proposals that would place schools’ boys and girls teams in the same classification in track and swimming.
Coach Bruce Cassidy, on the Golden Knights’ discipline against the Panthers: “Our guys are veteran enough that they can keep their cool and composure … Toughness isn’t about fighting.”
Golden Knights defensemen Nic Hague and Zach Whitecloud have grown up together in the organization. Now, they are playing huge roles in the Stanley Cup Final.
With a win over the Connecticut Sun, the Aces would equal the franchise-record winning streak of 12, set by the San Antonio Silver Stars in 2012.
State senators peppered supporters of the Oakland A’s stadium project with questions during a hearing in a special session.
Michael “The Wizard” Kipness, a pro horse racing handicapper, analyzes the nine-horse field for Saturday’s Belmont Stakes, designating each horse as a contender or pretender.