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- The Gang Murders in the Suburbs
By LIZ ROBBINS and NADIA T. RODRIGUEZ - Wednesday Jul 12, 2017
- El Cerrito hurdler impressive in state finals qualifying
By Mitch Stephens - Saturday Jun 3, 2017
El Cerrito hurdler impressive in state finals qualifying[...] it’s not the presence of Tara Davis, one of the nation’s top all-around athletes.Robinson negated her jitters by utilizing her speed to produce the second fastest 100-meter hurdles in Friday’s CIF State Track and Field trials at Buchanan High School.Under warm, dry and breezy conditions, the slight 5-foot-5 junior stayed safely in the blocks, fell behind, but blew past her eight competitors in the second heat to win in 13.36 seconds.For the first time in state history, the state meet took out human starters and replaced them with computer sensors.Davis also qualified first in the long jump (20 feet, 8¼ inches) and triple jump (42-4).“I’ll be lining up against one of the best hurdlers in high school history,” Robinson said.The Princeton-bound standout was the first San Francisco Section female to win a state title last year.With that secured, Amaechi said she is utterly relaxed and just looking to finish her prep career by enjoying the moment.“I feel like I just won the gold medal,” Amaechi said.Bettering your best is more important than winning.[...] I did really well today.There was much joy among Bay Area athletes, who advanced 49 athletes and relay teams into Saturday’s finals.Among the highlights:Defending state champion Alyssa Brewer of California-San Ramon led from start to finish to win her heat and record the day’s top time at 2:09.12.“I told her she just needed to qualify (top three in each heat), but Alyssa just took it into her own hands,” California coach Mark Karbo said.Bellarmine’s Alex Scales, the state leader in the event, posted the leading 800 boys time (1:53.88) and was one of five locals to advance.The Bishop O’Dowd girls 400 relay team smashed its season best by winning its heat in 46.80 to qualify third, well back of Carson (45.81), which recorded the 10th best time in the country.Carondelet-Concord (47.12) and Kennedy-Richmond (47.73) also qualified for the finals with season-best marks.O’Dowd qualified fifth in the 1,600 relay at a season best of 3:46.47.The anchor for both relays, Tierra Robinson-Jones, also advanced in the 400 (54.81).Newark Memorial junior Alexis Surrell set a personal best by almost a second to qualify second in the 400 (53.90).San Leandro senior Gino Long had a personal best to qualify seventh in the 100 (10.55).Among others who qualified in multiple events were Santa Rosa junior Kirsten Carter (100 and 200), St. Mary’s junior Kali Hatcher (long jump and triple jump), Pittsburg senior Iffy Joyner (shot put and discus) and James Logan senior Hannah-Sophia Hall (shot put and discus).MaxPreps senior writer Mitch Stephens covers high school sports for The Chronicle.Top and local qualifiers for Saturday’s finalsBOYS100 meters: 1.Isaiah Cunningham (Rancho Verde) 10.39.Locals: 7.Locals: 9.Nico Bland (Las Lomas) 48.57.Other locals: 3.Jett Charvet (Heritage) 1:55.01; 6.Isaias De Leon (De La Salle) 1:54.66.Locals: 6.110 hurdles: 1.300 hurdles: 1.High jump: 1t, Parker McDonald (Serra) 6-5.Pole vault: 1t.Jered Espanola (James Logan) 15-4; 1t Noah Hurley (College Park) 15-4, Enzo Sison (Bellarmine) 15-4.Long jump: 1.Triple jump: 1.Shot put: 1.100 hurdles: 1.300 hurdles: 1.
- Things to do during Independence Day weekend in the Bay Area
Friday Jun 30, 2017
Alameda County Fair Carnival rides, live music, agricultural and livestock contests and exhibits, vendors, exhibits, food, drink, and more. 11 a.m.-11 p.m. daily Through July 9; 9:30 p.m. fireworks July 4. $8-$15.Antioch Fourth of July Celebration Parade, live entertainment, car show, kids zone, prizes and fireworks. 11 a.m. Parade; 9:15 p.m. fireworks.Benicia Picnic in the Park and Fireworks Parade, arts and crafts, food and drink vendors, children’s activities and more. 6:30 p.m. July 3 parade along First St.; Noon-7 p.m. July 4 street fair; Fireworks after dark over the water.Berkeley Marina Fourth of July Kids Adventure Playground, live entertainment, food vendors.Blue and Gold Fireworks Cruises Departures from 8-8:40 p.m. from Piers 39 and 41; 8:30 p.m. departure from Tiburon Ferry Terminal. $85 individual; $300 and up for families.Diablo High School with live entertainment, children’s events, food and drink; 9 p.m. fireworks.Corte Madera Fourth of July Parade and Festival 10:30 a.m. parade begins at Redwood High School, ending at Corte Madera Town Center; 9 a.m.-5 p.m. festival with live music, children’s activities, arts and crafts, food vendors, and more at Corte Madera Town Park.Cupertino Fourth of July 9:30 a.m. flag raising; 10 a.m. children’s parade; 10:30-noon live music; 10 a.m.-4 p.m. free swimming; food trucks.El Cerrito Fourth of July Festival Live entertainment, children’s fun area, arts and crafts vendors, food and drink and more. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. July 4.Foster City Fourth of July Celebration 9 a.m. pancake breakfast, 11:30 a.m. Lions Club BBQ, live music from Noon-9:15 p.m.; arts and crafts vendors; carnival rides; 11 a.m. family dog parade; 1 p.m. veterans wall ceremony; 9:30 p.m. fireworks.Green Music Center Fourth of July Spectacular 7:30 p.m. live music with Kathy Mattea and the Santa Rosa Symphony; 4:30 p.m. lawn festival with carnival games, children’s activities, food, love music and more.Hornblower Fourth of July Dinner Cruise Dinner, live entertainment, premium cocktail bar and bay views of fireworks.Jack London Square Fourth of July Backyard BBQ Family-friendly activities, live entertainment, food and drink and more. 11 a.m.-4 p.m. July 4.Livermore Family Fun Fireworks Celebration Family activities, restaurants and shopping specials and more. 4 p.m. street closure; 9:30 p.m. fireworks.Marin County Fair Themed “Let the Fun Shine In,” the annual event features live music, agricultural exhibits, carnival rides, vendors, competitive art exhibits, live shows, food, drink and more.Menlo Park Fourth of July Parade and Celebration 11:45 a.m. parade on Chestnut St.; Noon-2:30 p.m. festival with live music, food, children’s activities and more.Napa County Fair and Fireworks Parade, games, chef showcase, carnival rides, live music, ice cream “churnament,” 9:30 p.m. fireworks and more.Novato Fourth of July Parade Themed “Novato Celebrates Healthy Living,” route spans Grante Ave. from Reichert to Seventh Ave., Novato. 10 a.m. July 4.Oakland Symphony Independence Eve Celebration Family activities, live music from the symphony and youth orchestra, fireworks. 6:30 p.m. July 3; 9:15 p.m. fireworks.Old-Fashioned Fourth of July Activities from another century including hand-crank homemade ice cream making and crafts as well as film screenings and tours. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. July 4. $2-$3.Orinda Fourth of July Parade Route traverses Camino Pablo and Orinda Way. 7:30 a.m. pancake breakfast, 8 a.m. Haley’s Run for a Reason, 9 a.m. book sale at Orinda Library; 10 a.m. parade; 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Festival at 28 Orinda Way.Pacifica Community Center; 11 am.-4 p.m. celebration with crafts, games, live music and more.Palo Alto Chili Cook Off and Summer Festival Food, beer, margaritas, chili, live music, kids area and more.Pardee Historic Home Museum Annual Fourth of July Patriotic Picnic Burgers, dogs and corn on the cob off the grill, live ragtime music, raffle prizes and more.Redwood City Fourth of July Parade, Festival and Fireworks 7:30 a.m. pancake breakfast; 8:45 a.m. parade run 5k; 10 a.m. parade; 9 a.m.-5 p.m. festival; noon carnival; 9 a.m. car show; 7 p.m. concert at the port; 9:30 p.m. fireworks.San Francisco Pier 39 Fourth of July Special events and activities, live music and more.Santa Clara Fourth of July Noon festival with carnival games, children’s activities, free swimming, food and drink vendors, live music; 3 p.m. flag ceremony; 9:30 p.m. fireworks.Sausalito Fourth of July 10 a.m. parade down Main St.; Noon-4 p.m. festival with tug-of-war, food and drink vendors. 6:30 p.m. live music followed by 9:30 p.m. fireworks.USS Hornet Independence Day Celebration Classic car show, live music, face painting, kid zone, pie eating contest, food and drink and more.
- Young Socialites Conjure the Ghost of Leonard Bernstein at the Dakota
By BEN WIDDICOMBE - Saturday Jun 24, 2017
When Larry Milstein, 22, and his sister Toby, 24, are not hobnobbing on the young socialite circuit, they hold séances in their family’s apartment.
- Lincoln’s Amaechi wins state shot put title
By Mitch Stephens - Sunday Jun 4, 2017
Lincoln’s Amaechi wins state shot put titleLike she’d done throughout her track and field career, she took a deep breath and uttered these three words:The Lincoln senior was just that, capping a historic high school track and field career Saturday with a lifetime shot put best of 47 feet, 5¼ inches to win in the 99th CIF State Championships before more than 11,000 fans at Buchanan High School.Robinson-Jones, a junior, also finished second in the 400 (53.24) and ran on the fourth-place 400 relay team (46.94).Four others won gold medals from the area, including St. Mary’s-Berkeley senior Sanjay Kettels, who won the long jump at 24-3¾.Kettles’ performance personified a gritty and clutch day for Bay Area champions, including California-San Ramon junior Allysa Brewer (800 meters), Heritage-Brentwood junior Jett Charvet (800) and Pittsburg senior Iffy Joyner (discus).Brewer, the defending champion, took it out fast from the start to win in 2:07.07, holding off Del Oro-Loomis junior Cathilyn McIntosh (2:07.62) and Etiwanda senior Jacquelyn Hill (2:08.29).[...] down the stretch, the experienced and determined runner stayed strong and crossed first.Charvet was something of an afterthought heading into the finals, the North Coast Section runner-up, but he pulled away with 300 meters to go and fought off a big kick from Bellarmine junior Alex Scales to win in 1:51.07.The meet featured numerous record-breaking performances, headlined by Agoura senior Tara Davis, who ran the fastest 100 hurdles race under any conditions, a wind-aided 12.83 seconds.Upland senior Joseph Anderson also broke the state-meet record in the 110 hurdles (13.33) and backed it up with the nation’s top 300 hurdles time of year in 36.02.Vista Murrieta senior Javelin Guidry ran the fastest 100 ever by a California prep, crossing in 10.13 seconds to breeze past Sierra Canyon junior Daniel Kamulali.El Cerrito senior and Oregon-bound hurdler Kaylah Robinson came off the track with tears in her eyes, even though she ran a scintillating 12.98 time in the 100 hurdles, the second fastest time ever under any conditions.San Luis Obispo senior Callum Solger (8:53.91) and 1,600 winner Luis Grijaiva (8:54.65) outsprinted Teare during a torrid final lap.MaxPreps senior writer Mitch Stephens covers high school sports for The Chronicle.First place:Pamela Amaechi (Lincoln, SP, 47-5¼), Bishop O’Dowd girls (1,600 relay, 3:46.33), Alyssa Brewer (California, 800, 2:07.07), Jett Charvet (Heritage, 800, 1:51.07), Iffy Joyner (Pittsburg, discus, 203-8), Sanjay Kettels (St. Mary’s, long jump, 24-3¾).Amaechi (Lincoln, discus, 177-0), Kali Hatcher (St. Mary’s, triple jump, 41-1¼), Kaylah Robinson (El Cerrito, 100 hurdles, 12.98), Tierra Robinson-Jones (Bishop O’Dowd, 400, 53.24), Alex Scales (Bellarmine, 800, 1:51.56).Liam Anderson (Redwood, 1,600, 4:11.74), Bishop O’Dowd girls (400 relay, 46.94), Rylee Bowen (Sonoma Academy, 1,600, 4:53.92), Jeffrey Williams (Clayton Valley, discus, 193-5).Carondelet girls (400 relay, 46.94), Malcolm Clemons (St. Mary’s, 46-8¾); Dayton Hicks (Clayton Valley, high jump, 6-5), Thomas Johnstone (Los Gatos, pole vault, 15-4), Joyner (Pittsburg, shot put, 59-9); Alexis Surrell (Newark Memorial, 400, 54.23).Kirsten Carter (Santa Rosa, 100, 11.87), Hall (James Logan, discus, 150-3), Hatcher (St. Mary’s, 18-11¼), Maria Carrillo boys (1,600 relay, 3:17.65), St. Mary’s girls (1,600 relay, 3:50.48).
- A’s have talked to Marcus Semien about multiyear deal
By Susan Slusser - Friday Jul 21, 2017
The team has inked many of its key contributors to multiyear deals during the Billy Beane era, some just through their arbitration years, a few longer.[...] the A’s still engage their players in discussions about multiyear deals:If the A’s signed Semien — who’s from El Cerrito and Cal — to something akin to what the White Sox did with shortstop Tim Anderson, who got a six-year, $25 million deal last offseason, it would take him past arbitration; Semien is due to be a free agent after the 2020 season.Vice president of baseball operations Billy Beane said Sunday that the A’s goal is to commit to a full rebuilding and, aided by a new stadium, eventually to be able to sign the team’s top players long-term — beyond arbitration — which is something Oakland has almost never done except in the cases of Eric Chavez and Mark Ellis.The frustration is that after success we haven’t kept them, and it’s just a fact, and we need to change that narrative by virtue of creating a good team and then ultimately committed to keeping them around, so people, when they buy a ticket, know that the team’s going to be there for a few years.The club hasn’t had a ton of luck, though, when signing its players to multiyear deals — in a majority of instances, injuries almost immediately happened.Chavez, Ellis, Bobby Crosby, Brett Anderson and Sean Doolittle are among those who spent time on the disabled list after signing multiyear deals, and Coco Crisp spent extensive time out of action after receiving a multiyear extension.In 2007, Nick Swisher signed a five-year deal, Ellis signed a three-year deal in 2006, and Dan Haren a four-year contract in 2005.