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It’s not usually the case that the Marauder women one-up the Marauder men with their annual December basketball tournaments.

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COLUMBUS, Ohio — The evening started just fine for the reeling Los Angeles Kings, who scored first on the road against the Columbus Blue Jackets. But it went downhill from there for the visitors.

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HOUSTON — The Houston Rockets were clinging to a lead over the Los Angeles Lakers in the fourth quarter on Thursday night when James Harden told coach Mike D’Antoni he needed to come out for a bit to rest — something the reigning MVP never does.

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BORON — The Rosamond boys soccer team picked up its first victory on the field this season with a 5-0 win over Boron in a High Desert League match on Thursday.

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PALMDALE — The Highland girls’ basketball team entered Knight’s gymnasium looking to keep pace near the top of the Golden league standings with the undefeated Hawks and Lancaster.

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Arrowhead Stadium was already emptying by the time Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers jogged to the locker room, triumphantly waving his hand as a satisfying cascade of boos washed over him.

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LANCASTER — The Eastside girls soccer team had plenty of scoring opportunities on Thursday night at Lancaster High.

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LAS VEGAS — A person with direct knowledge of the negotiations tells The Associated Press that free agent first baseman Justin Bour has reached agreement with the Los Angeles Angels.

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PALMDALE — The Highland boys soccer team defeated Quartz Hill 1-0 in a Golden League match at Highland High on Wednesday.

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ANAHEIM — Ondrej Kase got his first NHL hat trick, Brandon Montour had four points in the third period, including the game-winning goal, and the Anaheim Ducks rallied to defeat the Dallas Stars 6-3 on Wednesday night.

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THOUSAND OAKS — For nearly two full seasons, the Los Angeles Rams’ offensive line has been the epitome of consistent excellence and the bedrock of a wildly prolific offense.

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City Chiefs are missing their star running back, likely without his backup and could have their top two wide receivers hobbled or shelved for their crucial AFC West showdown against the Los Angeles Chargers on Thursday night.

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LOS ANGELES — Serge Ibaka had 25 points and nine rebounds, and the Toronto Raptors cruised past the Los Angeles Clippers 123-99 on Tuesday night without injured Kawhi Leonard.

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PALMDALE — It was a good night for The Palmdale Aerospace Academy boys’ basketball team as it won its fifth game in its last six outings with an easy 72-9 victory over Lancaster Baptist, Tuesday evening at TPAA High School.

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BUFFALO, N.Y. — Rather than lament another sloppy performance after being booed off the ice at the end of the second period, Jack Eichel and the Buffalo Sabres decided to do something about it.

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PALMDALE — The Highland girls basketball team built a double-digit lead in the first quarter against Quartz Hill on Tuesday night.

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LOS ANGELES — LeBron James scored 28 points and the Los Angeles Lakers survived Dwyane Wade’s 15-point performance in the second half of the superstars’ probable final on-court meeting for a 108-105 victory over the Miami Heat on Monday night.

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DETROIT — Jimmy Howard spent the third period fending off shot after shot, but the Detroit Red Wings never seemed in much danger of losing.

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The College Football Playoff semifinalists combined to place 10 players on The Associated Press All-America first team, including a high of four from No. 1 Alabama.

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PHOENIX — Overtime has been kind to the Clippers this season, and Los Angeles needed it to overcome a short-handed Phoenix Suns team 123-119 on Monday night.

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LITTLEROCK — Sometimes it’s tough to be at your best night in and night out.

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CARSON — The Los Angeles Chargers had every reason to be susceptible to a trap game against Cincinnati.

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ANAHEIM — Three Anaheim goals in regulation deflected in off opposing players. When the game went to a shootout and New Jersey’s Taylor Hall had a chance to tie it, his shot ricocheted off the crossbar.

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ST. MORITZ, Switzerland — Mikaela Shiffrin won a World Cup event for the third time in eight days, beating Petra Vlhova in the head-to-head final of parallel slalom on Sunday.

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RIVERSIDE — The University of Antelope Valley men’s basketball team earned its first official win of the season with a 76-61 victory over La Sierra University to open California Pacific Conference play on Saturday.

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CHICAGO — Eddie Goldman led a dominant effort by the defense, and the Chicago Bears shut down Jared Goff and Los Angeles’ high-powered offense in a 15-6 victory over the NFC West champion Rams on Sunday night.

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BURBANK — The Paraclete girls basketball team won the third-place game at the Burroughs-Burbank Tournament on Saturday, beating La Salle 57-44.

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NEW YORK — Kyler Murray waited three years to fulfill the five-star potential he brought to college football. With one shot to deliver, Murray replaced a Heisman Trophy winner by becoming a Heisman Trophy winner.

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LOS ANGELES — Lack of scoring and being ineffective on special teams are a huge reason why Los Angeles is at the bottom of the Western Conference standings. But the Kings broke out of their offensive malaise on Saturday, tying a season high in goals as they defeated the Vegas Golden Knights 5-1.

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. — LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers weren’t about to let fatigue get the better of them on the second night of a back-to-back.