[...] the Gilroy boxer is 34 years old and the former four-division, six-time world champ hasn’t been hard to miss his past six fights.Three of those four losses were to undefeated fighters, and Guerrero (33-5-1, 18 knockouts) faces a fourth Saturday night, when he walks into the ring to face Omar Figueroa Jr. in Uniondale, N.Y.The 10-round welterweight fight will be on Fox Sports 1.Figueroa watched Guerrero’s losses to champs Floyd Mayweather Jr., Keith Thurman and Danny Garcia, and says the southpaw has his full respect.“You develop that kamikaze mentality,” Figueroa (26-0-1, 18 KOs) said in a conference call.“These are two guys that need this win and two guys that are going to throw down really, really hard,” promoter Lou DiBella said.Frankly, Robert Guerrero’s never done anything his whole career but throw down.Unfornately, Guerrero has become an opponent in recent years, a famous name that promoters use to sell tickets and beef up younger fighters’ resumes and street cred.“When they start calling you the gatekeeper, that (means) you’re an opponent, pretty much, for the guy to make that next step,” Guerrero said.[...] it comes down to lack of preparation and not being 100 percent prepared like I should, listening to my father (trainer Ruben) in the ring, what to do and it comes down to actions speak louder than words.When Guerrero moved up to 147 pounds and outpunched Selcuk Aydin in 2012, Guerrero got the idea that he could trade punches with bigger fighters.Vic Tafur is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer.
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- Gilroy’s Robert Guerrero looks to regain winning form
By Vic Tafur - Thursday Jul 13, 2017
- Gilroy’s Guerrero retires from boxing
By Chronicle staff - Monday Jul 17, 2017
Robert Guerrero, a former four-division, six-time world champion, retired from boxing Monday. “I am announcing my retirement,” the Gilroy native wrote on Twitter. “Thanks to everyone — especially the fans. I hope you appreciated the guts & glory I left in the ring. God bless.” Guerrero — nicknamed “The Ghost” — had a 33-6-1 record, but five of the losses came in his last seven fights. The last of those was Saturday night when former WBC world light heavyweight champion Omar Figuerora Jr. (27-0-1) pumelled Guerrero, stopping him in the third round in Uniondale, N.Y.
- De La Salle ends season on high note in 4-3 win over Monte Vista
By Chace Bryson - Sunday Jun 4, 2017
The Spartans began the school year in mourning when Ryan Abele, a 2016 graduate and player on the North Coast Section Division 1 championship squad, died after falling down stairs at his University of Nevada fraternity house.The Oregon-bound right-hander, an 11-game winner, took a no decision after allowing two earned runs over six innings.In Division 3, Ryan McLaughlin went the distance, struck out seven and hit a two-run double as the third-seeded Pirates (25-5) denied the top-seeded Matadors’ bid for a perfect season by claiming their fourth NCS title.In Division 4, 13th-seeded St. Patrick-St.Vincent-Vallejo was unable to complete its Cinderella run as No. 3 St. Joseph Notre Dame-Alameda scored two runs in the first inning on Hudson Hennigh’s single and never trailed en route to a 4-1 victory at Diablo Valley College in Concord. …In the Division 2 championship game at Petaluma High, third-seeded Arroyo-San Lorenzo (22-6-1) battled back from an early 2-0 deficit to top-seeded Casa Grande-Petaluma (24-5) and claim its first title with a 6-3 victory. …In Division 1, freshman pitcher Nicole May worked around a two-run, first-inning home run and picked up three runs of support from her freshman battery mate, Courtney Beaudin, as the Falcons won their fifth NCS title and first since 2007.The Falcons tied the game in the bottom of the first by taking advantage of a throwing error, then getting a run-scoring single by Beaudin.The freshman catcher put her team up for good in the third inning with a two-out, two-run home run to left center.James Logan (23-4) reached the championship game by beating No. 1 seed Amador Valley-Pleasanton in the quarterfinals and topping defending champion Freedom-Oakley in the semifinals.The Falcons pushed the lead to 6-2 in the fifth inning with a two-run single from junior Lauren Hermes.
- Memorable year for Bay Area high school sports
By Mitch Stephens - Thursday Jun 29, 2017
Niamey won AAA Player of the Year awards in football and basketball for a second straight year — no one else has done so even once — and led Mission to the San Francisco Section’s first state basketball title with a resounding postseason that earned him a spot on The Chronicle’s All-Metro first team.Najee, the nation’s No. 1 football recruit from Antioch, backed up his preseason hype with 2,766 rushing yards and 36 total touchdowns while winning his second straight Metro Player of the Year award.The Harrises shared similar upbringings — raised in tough neighborhoods by single moms — and each displayed a strong, quiet, yet forceful presence to lead their teams to prominence.[...] winning state division titles in football and basketball — the first for boys programs in school history — and reaching the North Coast Section baseball championship game was startling.Drake-San Anselmo’s baseball team not only spoiled the perfect-season bid of Miramonte-Orinda by winning the NCS Division 3 title game, but also ruined the perfect send-off for longtime coach Vince Dell’Aquila.MCAL Pitcher of the Year Ryan McLaughlin threw a four-hitter with eight strikeouts and had a key two-run double to lead Drake to a 4-3 victory.Drake (25-5) set a school record for wins, handed the Matadors (27-1) their only loss and, in the semifinals, ended Analy-Sebastopol’s 18-game win streak.Lincoln senior Pamela Amaechi (shot put) and Pittsburg senior Iffy Joyner (discus) became the first Bay Area girl and boy to win throwing events at the same state meet.Amaechi, who won the state discus title as a junior, unleashed a career-best 47-foot, 5¼-inch throw on her final attempt, and Joyner topped 200 feet for the first time (203-8) on his next-to-last effort.St. Mary’s-Berkeley senior and Cal-bound Sanjay Kettles won the state boys long jump at 24-3¾ on his final attempt.St. Joseph Notre Dame-Alameda senior Cooper Teare didn’t repeat as the state 3,200 champion, but was the national leader (8:41.46) after a win at the Arcadia Invitational and just missed a sub-4-minutes mile while winning at the Mt.El Cerrito senior Kaylah Robinson had the nation’s third-fastest high school 100-meter hurdles time with a wind-aided 12.98 in the state final, but lost to Tara Davis (12.83) of Agoura.No Bay Area basketball team drew more attention than the Bears, who pulled off consecutive playoff upsets in packed gyms at top-seed St Ignatius (64-54) and at second-seed Vanden-Fairfield (72-68) before a resounding 82-75 Division 3 state-title win over Villa Park at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento.The Bears (35-1) were honored at City Hall and by the Warriors and finished No. 1 in The Chronicle’s rankings for the first time, and coach Arnold Zelaya was selected state boys basketball Coach of the Year by Cal-Hi Sports.The advent of the 13-division bowl game system opened the door for state championships and four Metro teams returned with titles.Bishop O’Dowd-Oakland got three touchdowns from sophomore running back Austin Jones in a 43-24 Division 5-AA win over Valley View-Moreno Valley, and McClymonds used strong secondary play and a kickoff return for a touchdown by Devin White to beat La Jolla Country Day 20-17 in Division 5-A.Vincent won the Division 6-A title, beating Strathmore 29-28 on a 19-yard field goal by Gabe Fuentes with six seconds to play, and Campolindo-Moraga (4-AA) beat Bakersfield Christian 31-7 behind two interceptions and a TD catch by John Torchio.On its way to making its case for being perhaps the Bay Area’s best-ever girls basketball team, Mitty (28-3) lost the Open Division final 44-40 to Clovis West, failing to score a basket in the final 5:42 after taking a 37-30 lead.Sophomore Haley Jones and senior Maddy Holland were first-team All-Metro players on a deep, talented team that couldn’t connect down the stretch.The Kennedy-Richmond football team, pushed by a couple of young coaches with the credo “We all we got, we all we need,” went 10-2 and won its first playoff game since 1988 — which was also the last time it had a winning record.All-Metro first-team pitcher Griff McGarry pitched a three-hitter in the title game.Jim Liggett, the state’s winningest softball coach, from Carlmont-Belmont; former Riordan and Stanford football and track athlete and scholar Tyrone McGraw (who was only 29); and longtime El Cerrito football coach and community leader George Austin.Candice Denny (Mitty volleyball): The junior middle blocker had 312 kills, including a team-high 15 in an Open Division championship sweep of Santa Margarita-Rancho Santa Margarita that gave the Monarchs their state-best 13th crown.Nicole May (Foothill-Pleasanton softball): Cal-Hi Sports’ Freshman of the Year led the Falcons to a NCS Division 1 title by going 25-1 with 290 strikeouts in 191 innings and hitting .480.Damari Milstead (Moreau Catholic-Hayward boys basketball): The Metro Player of the Year averaged 25.8 points, 3.6 rebounds, 4.6 assists and 3.1 steals for the NorCal Division 2 champs.Leki Nunn (Serra football): One of the most dynamic quarterbacks in the area in years, Nunn accounted for 3,100 yards and 39 TDs, leading the Padres to the state Division 2-A final.Delanie Sheehan (Liberty-Brentwood soccer): The UCLA signee and U-19 national team member won her third straight BVAL MVP award.Tim Tague (Miramonte-Orinda football and baseball): He was a second-team All-Metro quarterback (3,085 yards, 43 TDs) and the Metro Player of the Year in baseball (13-0 record, 0.81 ERA), .345 batting average.
- Food & Wine Magazine Will Leave New York for Alabama
By STEPHANIE STROM - Friday Jun 23, 2017
The move reflects a changing business in which traditional food magazines, and a Manhattan address, are less important.
- Fox Paid Sexual Harassment Claim Against Top Murdoch Deputy David Hill (Exclusive)
By Sharon Waxman and Matt Donnelly, provided by
- Tuesday Jul 18, 2017
21st Century Fox paid off a woman who accused former top executive David Hill of sexual misconduct while he ran Fox Sports, two individuals with knowledge of the situation told TheWrap.The payment happened in 1998, and suggests Fox had issues with sexual harassment long before the investigations that led to the exits of Fox News star Bill O’Reilly and founder Roger Ailes, and the ouster of Fox Sports President Jamie Horowitz last month.Hill, part of Fox chief Rupert Murdoch’s inner circle, was promoted to chairman of Fox Sports Media Group the following year, and had a 24-year career with the company that ended in 2015.The Australian-born Hill stepped down in 2015 to open a Fox-backed production company called Hilly Inc. He also co-produced the 2016 Academy Awards.In early July, the Fox Business Network suspended “Making Money” anchor Charles Payne amid an investigation into sexual harassment.Fox last year vowed to change its culture, taking measures like emergency refresher courses in sensitivity training for the news division — something the channel’s head of human resources called “critical” to maintaining the workplace.