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Baseball’s Winter Meetings begin Sunday in San Diego.

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LANCASTER — Just 12.2 seconds from the finish,  John Taylor finally  got a call.

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LITTLEROCK — The Palmdale boys basketball team worked hard for its first Golden League win of the season in an 88-78 double overtime victory over Littlerock on Friday.

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LANCASTER — The Gregg Anderson Memorial Tournament is always personal for Antelope Valley College Basketball.

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LANCASTER — For the second consecutive week, the Highland football team was lifting a championship plaque into the air after a victory.

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LANCASTER — Antelope Valley College’s basketball men hope some homecooking will kick-start their season in the 68th Annual Gregg Anderson Invitational Tournament tipping off today in Marauder Gym.

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QUARTZ HILL — Both the Eastside and Quartz Hill girls soccer teams were playing just their second match of the season, but one that would have implications for the Golden League title, on Thursday.

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LANCASTER — They played with more urgency. They got after the ball more. They outrebounded their opponent. They just wanted it more.

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LANCASTER — The Paraclete boys basketball team defeated Littlerock 91-58 on Thursday in the third of three games at the Tom’s Famous Family Restaurants Basketball Showcase at Paraclete High.

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PALMDALE — The Highland football team had one focus the entire season — get back to a CIF championship game and win it.

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PALMDALE — The Palmdale Aerospace Academy boys basketball head coach Keith Bennett said his team has had mental lapses in many of their games this season.

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LANCASTER — The Littlerock wrestling team defeated Antelope Valley 73-9 in a Golden League match at Antelope Valley High on Wednesday.

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The Paraclete boys basketball program will host the Tom’s Famous Family Restaurants Basketball Showcase with three games today and three on Saturday.

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 Fourth Saturday Classic Car Show: 4 to 8 p.m. the fourth Saturday of each month in the Rancho Vista shopping center at 30th Street West and Rancho Vista Boulevard (Avenue P). Registration is a $5 donation. For details, call (661) 816-2216.

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PALMDALE — The Knight boys basketball team fought back from a late 10-point deficit to defeat Palmdale 66-64 in the Golden League opener for both teams on Tuesday.

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LANCASTER — The Eastside girls soccer team had no preparation to defend their Golden League title.

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QUARTZ HILL — There is no clear cut favorite to win the Golden League title this season.

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 PALMDALE — Dean Gorder wanted to emphasize the importance of dreams and goals to his Palmdale Learning Plaza sixth graders.

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Four Valley athletes competed at the CIF-State Cross Country Championships in Fresno on Saturday. 

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PALMDALE — It’s been 371 long days.

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If you have had a conversation with Isaiah Creech this week, sooner rather than later, the talk turned to tonight’s CIF-Southern Section Division 9 championship game against North Torrance.

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Arizona Cardinals cornerback Josh Shaw, a Palmdale High grad, has been suspended through at least the end of the 2020 season for betting on NFL games on multiple occasions this season, the first time in more than 35 years a player has been banned for gambling.

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BLOOMINGTON — The emotions of the Lancaster Baptist players and coaches were hidden after their game Friday night by the rain that began when the team went into its postgame huddle.

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LANCASTER — The Lancaster Baptist football team and coach John Alvarez relied on past players to get where the Eagles are this season.

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 Fourth Saturday Classic Car Show: 4 to 8 p.m. the fourth Saturday of each month in the Rancho Vista shopping center at 30th Street West and Rancho Vista Boulevard (Avenue P). Registration is a $5 donation. For details, call (661) 816-2216.