SAN DIEGO – This Chargers game was one defined by critical penalties and drive-killing turnovers.
It was a bull rush of epic proportions. A stampede seldom seen. An onslaught of humanity that caused Tri-City Medical Center officials to reluctantly wave a white flag.
Quarterback Philip Rivers leads his Chargers into Kansas City this weekend, hopefully not by the hair on his chinny, chin, chin.
CARLSBAD — Chances are that before she faces her next opponent, Kamden Maas has already been sizing them up.
It was a Saturday morning for San Diego State’s Matt Shrigley, and they don’t come much better.
SOLANA BEACH — The Seahawks, Earl Warren Middle School’s eighth-grade girls volleyball team, went undefeated this year, winning 30 games to earn the title of Big 8 champions following 25-14, 25-15 wins against Rancho Santa Fe during the Nov. 12 finals at the Solana Beach Boys & Girls Clubs.
OCEANSIDE — The MiraCosta College women’s soccer team has four games left to decide if the team will win the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference championship and have a guaranteed spot in the state playoffs.
OCEANSIDE — Christa McAullife Elementary School’s $17,000 Chargers Champions running track was installed last spring, but Nov. 5 was the day Chargers cheerleaders visited campus for a ribbon cutting ceremony and cheered on student runners who took a ceremonial jog around the track.
Most of us have been there, hitting the front door when the kids have already hit the sack.