Top of the News Name (required) Mail (required) (not be published) Website La Salle (4-1) at St Francis (5-0)In undoubtedly the biggest head-to-head game of the regular season for Pasadena-area schools, La Salle and St. Francis meet up Friday night in the Angelus League opener in La Canada.La Salle is coming off its bye week, and two weeks ago, a 28-25, triple-overtime win in Scottsdale, Arizona.St. Francis is back to work after knocking off and dominating previously unbeaten Buena Park last Friday.In its first two years in the Angelus League, La Salle has yet to win a league game, but this is a much more skilled and experienced team.There is no secret that La Salle senior running back Amon Milliner will likely be the game’s impact player.Milliner, who is considered one of the southern section’s premiere backs, has numbers most running backs would be proud to call a season.In five games, Milliner has over 1,100 yards and 12 TD runs.If La Salle is able to consistently open holes for the speedy senior, its chances of victory are high.If, however, the stingy St. Francis defense is able to stack the box and keep Milliner in check, a lot of pressure then transfers to the shoulders of senior quarterback Jake Caan.Caan has over 800 yards and 8 TD passes, and doesn’t make a lot of mistakes.The Golden Knights are coming off their best defensive effort of the year, as they shut down a Buena Park offense that was averaging 49 points per game, and held the Coyotes to a fraction of that.Junior linebacker Gabriel Grbavac’s imprint will also be a huge factor on Friday. Along with Grbavac’s pressure on Milliner and Caan, leading tackler Maxx Jakeway and Daniel Scott, who has a team-best 4 interceptions, will play enormous roles in a potential victory.Jace Harrick and Elijah Washington have 7 combined TD’s and 450 yards. They both bring different styles to the St. Francis running game, and both have been very effective.Michael Bonds has come into his own the last few weeks, and has over 800 yards and 11 TD passes.Receiver/defensive back Daniel Scott was unanimously mentioned when we interviewed La Salle players and coaches on Tuesday as someone that must be contained.Scott is as pure an athlete as anyone on the field, and his contributions on both sides of the field are equally vital.Scott has 6 TD catches and has over 300 yards receiving. His four interceptions and crunching tackles/breaking up passes, though, may be even more important than what he’s even done on the offensive side.If the Lancers earn its first victory in Angelus League play some two years after joining, Milliner would have likely had a big game, and Myles Cecil and Jake Rose will have led a Lancers defensive stand that kept the running game of Harrick/Washington in check, as well as putting a lot of pressure on Bonds.One player coming into his own of late for La Salle is wide receiver Harrison MacDonald, who is a deep threat and has a team-best 6 TD’s. MacDonald seems to make big plays when the Lancers most need them.With five total league games and Cathedral at 5-0, Salesian (4-1), and St. Paul and Harvard-Wesklake both at 3-2, each Angelus game has enormous ramifications.Quotable:La Salle Coach Russell Gordon: “Just playing St. Francis is a tall order. We need to slow down (quarterback Michael Bonds), and (receiver Daniel Scott) is a phenomenal player. They are peaking as a team, but I think we are as well. Jake Caan will be extremely important, and we’ll need to spread the ball around, but that’s no secret and something we do every game. Every team has known they had to stack the box and stop (Amon Milliner). We got placed in a division that is very tough to us, but we feel happy to be in this league. We feel some urgency to win. If we don’t turn the ball over and limit their big plays, we love our chances on Friday.”St. Francis Coach Jim Bonds: (Milliner) is a special running back and he is electric, but he’s not all they have. When they need to throw it, they have a quarterback (Jake Caan) who can throw it. We expect a dogfight like we’ve had the last three weeks. A lot of credit for our defense goes to (coordinator) Mark Gibbons and our defensive staff. He always has a great game plan and it’s up to the boys to go out and execute it. Any time you have a running back (Milliner) with over 1,000 yards in 5 games, that’s an eye opener. They do what they do very well. We have to eliminate big plays.”Keys to the game:For La Salle: Can Milliner continue his 200-plus yards on the ground, including averaging 2 TDs per game? If Milliner is kept in check, can Jake Caan shoulder the responsibility and lead the Lancers to a victory in the air. Can La Salle block the very stubborn defensive front from St. Francis? Will the Lancers minimize penalties that have hurt them in the past?For St. Francis: How much time can Jace Harrick and Elijah Washington take off the clock by controlling the time possession battle with the running game? Can Michael Bonds continue to lead the Golden Knights as well as he’s done of late and without any turnovers? Will Gabriel Grbavac be able to continue his giving opposing quarterbacks nightmares with his relentless pressure? Will Daniel Scott continue to dominate on both sides of the ball?*** For pregame player and coach interviews, please watch our video above where each side discusses strengths and weaknesses, as well as keys to victory.How They Match Up By the Numbers:CIF Rankings:La Salle #2 in Division 9; St. Francis #4 in Division 3Skilled players statistical comparison:Quarterbacks:Jake Caan (LS) 64 of 92 for 802, 8 TD, 2 IntvsMichael Bonds (SF) 51 of 82 for 814 yards, 11 TD, 3 INTRushing:Amon Milliner (LS) 102 carries for 1024 yards, 12 TD’svsJace Harrick (SF) 41 carries for 246 yards, 2 TDs; and Elijah Washington (SF) 27 carries for 198 yards, 5 TDs.Receivers:Harrison MacDonald 21 catches for 386 yards, 6 TDvsDaniel Scott 16 catches for 310 yards, 6 TDPoint Differental Through 5 Games:La Salle: 173 points scored, 72 points allowedSt. Francis: 163 points scored, 75 points allowed Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena Make a comment Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS 3 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it More Cool Stuff HerbeautyWeird Types Of Massage Not Everyone Dares To TryHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyRed Meat Is Dangerous And Here Is The ProofHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyHere Is What Scientists Say Will Happen When You Eat AvocadosHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyGet Rid Of Unwanted Body Fat By Eating The Right FoodsHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyIs It Bad To Give Your Boyfriend An Ultimatum?HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyA Mental Health Chatbot Which Helps People With DepressionHerbeautyHerbeauty First Heatwave Expected Next Week faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Virtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyCitizen Service CenterPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes Subscribe Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. 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It was a snowy, unforgiving night in Philadelphia as funk fusion trio Soulive kicked off their first night of a two night stand in Philadelphia on Friday March 2 at the Ardmore Music Hall with special guests John Scofield and Consider The Source. Fans’ woes of missing the show due to inclement weather were consoled by a clutch last-minute action from the folks at the Ardmore Music Hall and Soulive: There would be a THIRD show added for the following morning, and Scofield would stick around for the matinee.NYC prog-fusion shredders Consider The Source took the stage first, opening the night with a taste of their signature sci-fi infused technical mastery. As fans were just escaping the unforgiving winds, CTS was able to thaw off the remainder of the frost with electrifying riffs, simultaneously sending the room straight into outer space, leaving the crowd was left pleasantly pumped up for the main event.Enter Soulive: Fresh off the release of their new album Cinematics, Vol. 1 and itching to play the first of their now-three scheduled United States shows of 2018. The band was all smiles as they casually informed the audience of the their realization that it was, coincidentally, the 19th anniversary of the group that night.From the first note of the night it was apparent that the band came correct, taking the room on a sonic journey through new debuts and old favorites. Perhaps as a tip of the cap to the impromptu third show, the trio led off with their classic heater “Hat Trick” before launching into their first live takes on new tunes from Cinematics, with an inspired of their first single “Kings March”, followed three more new ones: the high-flying funk of “Bluebird”, the classic soul grooves of “Miller’s Last Stand”, and the laid-back styles of “Sidekick”. The night was elevated out of the stratosphere after the band welcomed special guest John Scofield to the stage for the remainder of their set.Initially hitting on the jazzier tunes, including Scofield’s classic “Hottentot” and an unnamed, completely improvised blues jam, Sco-live didn’t skip a beat the whole time. The set finished up with a twist of classic rock including a revisit to “Rubber Soulive” in the form of The Beatles‘ “Get Back”, a funky twist on Jimi Hendrix’s “Hey Joe”, and an encore of the Allman Brothers Band classic instrumental In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed.Soulive w/ John Scofield – Blues Jam[Video: BudFulginiti]The feeling was apparent to all after night 1, the run had already established itself as a truly special occasion. The morning of March 3rd began with a matinee set from Soulive and John Scofield, who were more than pleased to be playing for those who could not make the previous night’s show. Sco-live was met with many a “thank you” shouted from the mid-day crowd. The group revisited three new tunes in the form of “Sidekick”, “King’s March”, and a mid-set “Waves”–each with more improvisation than their debuts. John Scofield came out after two songs with high energy, rapping the “Whatcha See is What You Get” lyrics to the crowd before settling into songs from the older Soulive catalog including “Uncle Junior”, “Shaheed”, and “Tabasco”. The set ended with the quartet covering “Hey Joe” (this time with Alan Evans on vocals) “Liz Reed”, and “Get Back” once more.[Video: BudFulginiti]As if the first two shows weren’t good enough, Soulive returned to the stage just 4 hours after their daytime performance for another barn-burner supported this time around by Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe guitarist Dj Williams’ new project Dj Williams’ Shots Fired.While the previous night showed more of a contrast in style between opener and headliner, the combination of Soulive & DJ William’s Shots Fired made for a nonstop crowd-pleasing funk onslaught. Shots Fired worked the crowd with a special blend of classic funk sound and new-school flare, including a talkbox laden cover of Nirvana’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit”.Soulive hit the stage for a third time with no signs of slowing up the pace and the band showed up big for their final ride. Night 2 had a heavy blues vibe including new material mixed with fan favorites like the groovy “Steppin”, a gigantic “El Ron”, and “Alladin”, even touching on Eric Krasno original tune “Curse Lifter” off of Blood From A Stone. Continuing the theme of tasteful covers on the weekend, the band gave a nod to blues great Stevie Ray Vaughn with a cover of “Lenny”, Eric Krasno Band guitarist and Philly local Danny Mayer joining the band for an extended jam on Hendrix classic “Manic Depression”, and revisited “Rubber Soulive” again for their final song, an instrumental cover of “Revolution”.Soulive came out swinging and left the room spinning in top form – just business as usual. With their only stateside shows finished, the trio will make their way across the pond to London’s Jazz Cafe this week on March 6. For more info, head to the band’s website.Setlist: Soulive | The Ardmore Music Hall | Ardmore, PA | 3/2/18Hat Trick, King’s March*, Bluebird*, Sidekick*, Miller’s Last Stand*, Waves*, Hottentot^, Nealization^, Boozer^, Hey Joe^, Turn It Out^, Whatcha See is What You Get^, Get Back^Encore: In Memory of Elizabeth Reed^ *Debut^ with John ScofieldSetlist: Soulive | The Ardmore Music Hall | Ardmore, PA | 3/3/18 (Daytime Show)Sidekick, King’s March, Whatcha See is What You Get^, Uncle Junior^, Shaheed^, Tabasco^, Waves^, Boozer^, Hey Joe^, Nealization^, In Memory of Elizabeth Reed^Encore: Get Back^^ with John Scofield Setlist: Soulive | The Ardmore Music Hall | Ardmore, PA | 3/3/18 (Nighttime Show)King’s March, Steppin, Up Right, Sidekick, El Ron, Alladin, Waves, Lenny, Curse Lifter, Manic Depression%, Spark, Miller’s Last Stand, One In SevenEncore: Revolution% with Danny Mayer
Published on December 17, 2018 at 8:34 pm Contact Nick: [email protected] | @nick_a_alvarez Syracuse had three players named to Inside Lacrosse’s Preseason All-America list on Monday. Nick Mellen was named to the second team as a defenseman. Longstick midfielder Brett Kennedy and junior midfielder Jamie Trimboli were also announced as honorable mentions.Mellen, a redshirt junior defenseman, led the Orange with 22 caused turnovers in 2018 while playing in all of SU’s 15 games. Against five of the nation’s top-11 scorers, Mellen limited opponents to 3.33 points per game.Kennedy led SU with 42 ground balls, forced nine turnovers and scored twice. Trimboli finished 2018 with 21 goals and 10 assists. He led the Orange midfield’s first-line with 67 shot attempts.Four other Atlantic Coast Conference teams were featured on Inside Lacrosse’s note. Notre Dame’s four selections made it the only conference opponent with more selections than SU’s three.Syracuse’s season begins on Feb. 8, when it plays Colgate in the Carrier Dome.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
View this post on Instagram अधूरा से जिसके बिना सिनेमा उम्र उसकी शतक के पार हो।जन्मदिन की हार्दिक शुभकामना @amitabhbachchan जी ने स्वीकार हो। #Happy75thBirthdayABSir #amitabhbachchan #vijendersingh #happybirthdayA post shared by Vijender Singh (@singhvijender) on Oct 10, 2017 at 9:08pm PDTWith that kind of fanfare, marketing Singh in the U.S. should be an attainable task for Arum and Top Rank. Plus, his boxing skills aren’t anything at which to whiff.”I believe Vijender has the talent and the dedication to become a world champion,” Roach said in a recent Top Rank press release statement. “He has a great amateur background, a style that will give any super middleweight in the world problems, and power in both hands.”And that’s not just hot bluster from Roach to make a splash for his newest charge. There’s actual merit in his comments. Singh defeated former two-division world champion Badou Jack during his run in the 2008 Olympics and edged current middleweight contender Sergiy Derevyanchenko in the 2009 World Championships in Milan before ever going pro. His last fight, a unanimous decision win in December 2017, came against Ernest Amuzu, a Ghanaian fighter with 21 of his 23 wins registered by knockout at the time.Under Roach’s guidance, Singh believes he can push his career to greater heights, even at 33.”I feel like 23, I don’t know,” Singh says with a hearty laugh. “We’re just starting (training together), but it’s boxing. We’re still learning because there’s no limit of learning. Every day is a new day, and every day we learn something new.”While training with Roach in preparation for his U.S. debut, Singh has left his wife and son at home in India, relegating himself to an isolated regimen of eating, sleeping and breathing boxing in Hollywood.”I’m alone here. I wake up every day at 6 and go to the gym,” Singh says about his morning routine for the past two weeks. “I just came back from the gym now and I have one more training session in the evening, so I’m just by myself here. It’s a kind of sacrifice. I miss my family, of course, but thanks to FaceTime and WhatsApp (I can see them).”This isn’t Singh’s first time in the U.S. He has touched down on American soil before, once even meeting Floyd Mayweather Jr. One and only @floydmayweather 👊A post shared by Vijender Singh (@singhvijender) on Aug 25, 2017 at 12:12am PDTAssociating himself with Roach and Arum’s Top Rank wasn’t a hard decision for Singh, who was especially impressed with the way they helped turn Manny Pacquiao into an international superstar. Also, Singh loved that Arum worked with his idol, Muhammad Ali. Although he would be hard-pressed to garner the kind of fanfare he generates in India, the projections of winning bouts in the U.S. and serving as a direct pipeline for fellow Indian boxers competing in America is something that excites Singh.”There’s a lot of huge potential, but we have to explore the whole market,” Singh says. “There’s a billion people. So much quantity is there. We just choose the quality. That’s the thing we need to do. It will be a big thing for Indian people.”Currently, India touts a bubbling boxing scene, with the country having recently held a national camp for 50 boxers vying to represent India in the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. According to the Times of India, C A Kuttappa, the same coach who helped cultivate Singh’s skills, is serving as the national team’s head coach, perhaps signaling that the program is in good hands.Join DAZN and watch more than 100 fight nights a year Vijender Singh pounds on the heavy bag under the vigilant eyes and guidance of Freddie Roach at the legendary trainer’s Wild Card Boxing Club in Hollywood. This has been a snapshot of the daily scene at the Vine Street gym over the past two weeks. The undefeated Indian super middleweight has been honing his skills in two-a-day morning and evening training sessions in preparation for his U.S. boxing debut April 12 at Staples Center in Los Angeles.There, Singh (10-0, 7 KOs) will face Calvin Metcalf (9-1-1, 2 KOs) on the undercard of the Vasiliy Lomachenko-Anthony Crolla fight, streaming live on ESPN+. View this post on Instagram Join DAZN and watch more than 100 fight nights a yearAt a ripe 33, Singh easily could have chosen to wind down his career in India, having already won a bronze medal in the 2008 Olympics to become the first Indian boxer to ever win an Olympic medal, and being the reigning WBO Asia Pacific and WBO Oriental super middleweight titleholder, competing in his homeland and the U.K. Instead, the Haryana, India product is dreaming even bigger, as in conquering the U.S. and becoming India’s first professional world boxing champion.”It’s my dream to fight in USA,” Singh tells Sporting News. “Finally, my dream comes true to fight in USA. That’s going to be a milestone for me and for my people. That’s my dream too — to fight for a world title, of course. If I get that opportunity in like two to three fights … we’ll be ready for that.”Singh has hit the ground running toward accomplishing both feats, having signed with Hall of Fame promoter Bob Arum’s Top Rank in November before tabbing Roach as his head trainer last week.The signing is considered a shrewd coup for Arum, who sees the potential for Singh to help Top Rank seep boxing into one of the largest relatively untapped territories in the world — India, which counts a population of 1.3 billion.”Vijender represents the most populous country in the world,” Arum said in a recent Top Rank press release statement. “We believe that with Freddie in his corner, Vijender will become a major star and open up the great country of India to boxing.”Plus, Vijender should be easy to market, touting clean-cut, handsome features straight out of a Bollywood movie. That’s to be taken literally, as Singh starred in the 2014 Bollywood drama/thriller “Fugly” and has done everything from appearing on the “Nach Baliye” dance reality show (think Indian equivalent to “Dancing with the Stars”) to judging a Miss India beauty pageant and gracing magazine covers shirtless as part of his full throttle to Indian superstardom.”Before the Olympics, nobody knew me. When I went back, people loved me,” Singh recollects about his return home from Beijing. “I don’t know how many people came to see me at the airport.”As quickly as his star rose, it nearly plunged. Singh’s name was brought up during a 2013 drug seizure in which Punjabi police recovered a massive amount of heroin, according to reports. As part of the seizure, Singh was accused of using heroin multiple times — something that cast a shady spotlight onto the boxer, especially considering he is a longtime, high-ranking Haryana police officer to this day. Singh vehemently denied the accusations and was fully exonerated two months later, as the National Anti-Doping Agency administered a test, with results coming back negative, proving Singh was clean.Looking back, Singh credits the trying time as an eye-opening experience he needed for his personal growth.”That’s a good thing that happened to me because that time I realized who’s with me and who’s my fake friend,” he says. “Because of that, it taught me so many good things. I always thank God that happened to me and that thing made me mature. It made me more responsible and gave me a clear picture. It was a new thing in my life because I didn’t know who’s my real friends, who’s not. But that thing happened and then everything was cleared. That controversy happened to me, but I thank God that I’m mature. I can handle anything now.”His career didn’t miss a beat. Singh turned pro in October 2015 and went on to win the WBO Asia Pacific super middleweight championship, his first regional title, less than a year later.In August 2017, his unanimous decision over China’s Zulpikar Maimaitiali had the hard hitter also adding the WBO Oriental title. International icon and Bollywood legend Amitabh Bachchan was among those in attendance for that fight at the National Sports Club of India (NSCI) in Mumbai, with Singh commemorating the moment he was congratulated by the global sensation. With that said, Singh winning his U.S. debut April 12 would help further spark India’s interest in boxing. But becoming the first Indian to win a world boxing title and doing it in the U.S. could create an all-out fever for the Sweet Science in India.“It’s a dream to be fighting in USA,” says Singh. “I’m here for boxing, to fully focus and do my job for my people, so they feel proud when they see me.”Singh says he’d love to vie for a world title at Madison Square Garden in the near future. Until then, pressing start on his U.S. debut at Staples Center activates his boxing dreams and exhilarates a nation.
PICO RIVERA – A Pico Rivera man who died last month made his mark on the community through service and generosity. Bernard Manuel Ruedas, 71, died Sept. 24 from complications of kidney failure. His wife, Dolores, will continue his legacy of giving and activism in the community by heading the business they operated together, Sweet & Company Realtor, as a real estate agent. Dolores Ruedas said her husband used their business to assist the people of Pico Rivera. He devoted much of his time to youths, staying involved in schools and youth organizations, spending time with his granddaughters and hosting charity events for children in his home. “He’s been president and chairman of so many things, I can hardly keep track,” Dolores Ruedas said. Fellow Jaycees member Carlos Rodriguez said Bernie Ruedas was a valuable worker and friend. “I was with him when we were with the Jaycees and he was just an outstanding member … always willing to do whatever job he was given,” Rodriquez said. Dolores Ruedas said she and her husband would often host a Christmas party for up to 70 underprivileged children. Bernie would dress up as Santa Claus for the party. “He loved kids,” Dolores said. “And you know, some of them would come in if their parents were clients. If they did well in school, he would reward them with something.” Although the Ruedas family eventually moved to Whittier, they continued working in Pico Rivera and serving that community. Linda Macias grew up in Pico Rivera. She now lives there with her husband, Mark, and young son, Michael. Macias’ parents bought their first home through Bernie Ruedas, and when she began searching for a first home, she bought hers through him as well. Macias remembered Ruedas’ passion for Pico Rivera during a City Council election season. “He was backing this particular council member, and he was so emotional about it that I actually saw him cry,” Macias said. According to Macias, the generosity of Ruedas and his wife will stay with many in the community for years to come. “They had this open door,” Macias said. “They would just love to have people and family around.” Besides his wife, Ruedas leaves behind two children and two grandchildren. Funeral services were at St. Bruno Catholic Church in Whittier. [email protected] (562) 698-0966, Ext. 3029160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.“He helped a lot of people that came in with problems,” she said. “People who were losing their homes and needed money, he didn’t even know them and he would loan them money.” Bernard Ruedas, known throughout the community as “Uncle Bernie,” took a job at Sweet & Company in 1964 and purchased the business in 1976. He and his family had moved to Pico Rivera from South Los Angeles so that their children could attend schools in the El Rancho Unified School District. The family become involved in Pico Rivera’s charitable organizations and politics during their time in the city. Ruedas worked with the Pico Rivera Jaycees, Kiwanis and Lions Club. He was a commissioner on the Pico Rivera Parks and Recreation Committee. He was also a member of the Pico Rivera Chamber of Commerce and a chairman for the Junior Miss and Miss Pico Rivera Queen pageants.
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SANTA CLARA – Once you get past all the hoopla of the NFL draft’s first round, rosters are fortified with chip-on-their-shoulder players for ever-valued depth.The 49ers certainly illustrate that after a personnel overhaul since coach Kyle Shanahan and general manager John Lynch clocked in two years ago.With two weeks until the next draft, here is a round-by-round breakdown of the 49ers current roster:First Round (10 players) No. 3DL Solomon Thomas (2017)No. 7DL DeForest …