Chronicle’s All-Metro baseball teamsChronicle All-Metro baseball teamsFirst teamPlayerSchoolP Cullen KafkaDe La SalleSr.Oregon-bound RHP was 11-1 for NCS D1 champsSr.Virginia commit threw 3-hitter in CCS finalsSr..Was 11-0 with 0.49 ERA in 86 IPSr.WACC-Foothill MVP led Dons to 1st NCS titleSt. Joseph Notre DameSr.BCL MVP led NCS D4 champs with .494 BAMarin CatholicSr.MCAL MVP is defensive wiz, hit .397Fullerton commit was league MVP, hit .481Had team-best .414 BA for CCS champsSr.Diablo-Foothill MVP hit .456Casa GrandeSr.ASU commit hit .461 with 7 HRs, 43 RBIsSr.Cal commit was WCAL Player of YearDe La SalleSr.Notre Dame-bound CF hit .383Sr.Was 13-0 and hit .368 for 27-1 MatsSr.Was 9-3 with 0.54 ERA and hit .348Was 9-1 with 1.33 ERA and hit .387FoothillStanford commit was 7-1 and batted .321Sr.PAL POY: 11-1 with 0.79 ERA and .367 BA[...] teamPlayerSchoolMCAL Pitcher of the Year 9-1, 0.45 ERASr.8-2, 1.01 ERA, allowed 0 ER in playoffsSr.UOP commit went 9-3 with 1.68 ERASr.9-0 with 1.10 ERA and strikeout per IPHeritageSr.UCSB-bound standout had 15 assistsAAA POY hit .416 for AAA champsSr.Nevada commit hit .407Monte VistaSr.Hit .356, 9 SBs for NCS runner-upsINF Patrick CaulfieldSr.Palo AltoSr.Co-SCVAL MVP hit .392Sr.4-year player hit .479, stole 28 basesHit .479, 12 SBs, struck out just twiceSr.SMC commit hit .359 for EBAL champsSacred Heart CathedralSr.1st team All-WCAL, 1.11 ERA, .353 BAUTL Bubba Gomez.605 BA, 9-1, 0.57 ERA, 104 K, 61 IPSr.SCVAL Co-MVP, 8-1, 0.78 ERA, 1B-OFSr.SCL MVP hit .407 and posted 2.14 ERAFreedomSr.BVAL MVP 7-3, 1.14 ERA, .383 BAHonorable mentionSan Francisco — OF Donnie Bendo (Riordan), Sr.; P Alex Bradshaw (Lowell), Jr.; INF Marty Cole (Sacred Heart Cathedral), Jr.; INF Louis Gaitley (St. Ignatius), Sr.; P Frank Marcon (SHC), Sr.; INF Kai Moody (Washington), Sr.; INF Matt Palomino (SHC), Jr.; P Andrew Polk (St. Ignatius), Sr.; P Dominic Tognotti (St. Ignatius), Sr.; UTL Julian Zepeda (Balboa), Sr.Peninsula/South Bay — OF Vinny Bologna (Carlmont), Sr.; UTL J.P. Caldwell (Mitty), Sr.; C Todd Jackson (Bellarmine), Sr.; P Kyle Joye (St. Francis), Sr.; INF Nate Medrano (Valley Christian), Jr.; P Dom Monozon (San Mateo), Sr.; OF Laurence Palmer (Bellarmine), Sr.; UTL Jack Petersen (Serra), Sr.; P Mitchell Scott (Serra), Jr.; UTL Johnny Vasquez (El Camino), Sr.North Bay — C Nick Andrakin (Petaluma), Jr.; INF Keaton Bates (Analy), Sr.; UTL Taylor Bentley (Marin Catholic), Sr.; OF Max Cerini (Casa Grande), Sr.; C Case Delst (Drake), Jr.; INF Logan Douglas (Petaluma), Sr.; OF John Green (Casa Grande), Sr.; P Chris Joaquin (Casa Grande), Sr.; C. Jason Moran (Cardinal Newman) Jr.; INF Jensen Yamane (Drake), Sr.East Bay — UTL Gianni Bloom (St. Mary’s), Sr.; OF Tyler Chesney St. Patrick-St.Vincent, Sr.; OF Michael Dixon (Berkeley), So.; C Michael Gallagher (James Logan), Sr.; OF Anthony Gaskins (Berkeley), Sr.; C Marc Goulart (Moreau Catholic), Sr.; OF Tavian Henderson St. Patrick-St.Vincent, Sr.; UTL Hunter Hennigh (St. Joseph Notre Dame), So.; OF London Penland (Castro Valley), Sr.; INF Cody Stevenson (Kennedy-Fremont), Sr.Contra Costa/Tri-Valley — P Josh Candau (Acalanes), Sr.; P Clark Eder (California), Sr.; INF Christian Encarnacion-Strand (College Park), Jr.; OF Khalid Johnson (De La Salle), Sr.; OF Elijah Hodges (Miramonte), Sr.; INF Casey McGonigle (Miramonte), Sr.; OF Jack Murphy (Monte Vista), Sr.; INF Sam Novitske (Foothill), Jr.; INF Chris Rogan (Northgate), Jr.; DH Trace Tammaro (De La Salle), Jr.
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- Chronicle’s All-Metro baseball teams
By Mitch Stephens - Saturday Jun 24, 2017
- Sports calendar, July 4-5
Wednesday Jul 5, 2017
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- Trump’s Tough Talk on North Korea Puts Japan’s Leader in Delicate Spot
By JONATHAN SOBLE - Friday Aug 11, 2017
North Korea’s accelerating military advances — and President Trump’s volatile response — could complicate Japan’s close alliance with the United States.
- Príncipes de Inglaterra recuerdan última llamada con Diana
By Por GREGORY KATZ, Associated Press - Sunday Jul 23, 2017
Fue breve, los chicos querían volver a jugar con sus primos y no pasar el rato hablando por teléfono.Pero esa llamada se quedó en mi memoria, pesa bastante.El programa forma parte de una serie de homenajes a Diana ante el próximo 20mo aniversario de su muerte el 31 de agosto de 1997.Cuando alguien me dice ‘así que era divertida, danos un ejemplo’, todo lo que oigo es su risa en mi cabeza, dijo Enrique.Guillermo contó una historia que reveló la vida privilegios que tenía de niños.Lo organizó para que cuando llegara a casa de la escuela estuvieran Cindy Crawford, Christy Turlington y Naomi Campbell esperando en lo alto de las escaleras.Guillermo dijo que habla a menudo a sus hijos _el príncipe Jorge, de 4 años, y la princesa Carlota, de 2 años_ sobre Diana para que ella sea una presencia en las vidas de sus nietos.
- Rick Steves: What’s new in Spain and Portugal for 2017
By Rick Steves - Friday Feb 17, 2017
Just across the Guadalquivir River from the city center, it now hosts a bustling fruit and vegetable market, numerous tapas bars, and the Museo de la Cerámica de Triana, which highlights the district’s tile-producing history.After visiting the museum, it’s fun to wander and admire the lavishly decorated facades of the ceramics workshops that once populated this quarter.Once home to authentic markets, characteristic restaurants, and a thriving local ambience, it’s now awash in tacky tourist trinkets and lousy restaurants.Filling a complex of ancient and medieval buildings alongside Barcelona’s cathedral, the center uses a beautifully lit, well-described exhibit and plenty of historic artifacts to introduce the man and his accomplishments.To accommodate a steadily increasing influx of visitors in this wildly popular city, Barcelona’s main attractions are getting wise to the advantages of advance ticket sales.For last-minute types, another option is to buy an Articket BCN, which covers six top Barcelona museums and allows visitors to walk right in anytime at the Picasso Museum.Casa Batlló and La Pedrera, two more popular Gaudí sights, now offer pricey fast-pass tickets (in addition to regular advance tickets).Once a prison that held political opponents of Portugal’s longtime dictator António Salazar, the building now houses a well-presented, three-floor exhibit about the repressive regime, which endured from 1926 until 1974.At Lisbon’s Museum of Ancient Art — covering the 15th and 16th centuries, a time when the Portuguese ruled the seas — a planned renovation should make this fine space even more inviting (but may cause disruptions or even closure in 2017).
- High schooler dies when log falls on him in football drill
By FRANK ELTMAN and KAREN MATTHEWS, Associated Press - Thursday Aug 10, 2017
FARMINGVILLE, N.Y. (AP) — A high school football player lifting a large log with teammates as part of a Navy SEALs-style drill was hit in the head by the log and died Thursday, raising questions about adapting such military training to young athletes.Joshua Mileto, a 16-year-old Sachem East High School junior, and about five of his teammates were carrying the log overhead when the accident happened at a preseason exercise camp supervised by a half-dozen coaches, Suffolk County police said.Sachem East graduate Carlin Schledorn, who played football as a junior, said carrying the log — about 12 feet (3.7 meters) long and the diameter of a utility pole — was a "team building" exercise.[...] Douglas Casa, of the University of Connecticut's Korey Stringer Institute, which works to improve safety for athletes, questioned the wisdom of having teenagers perform an exercise that involves carrying a heavy object and that was developed for Navy SEALs, "potentially a very different clientele."For high schools in Suffolk County, offseason practices are permitted as long as they are not mandated and are open to everyone, said Tom Combs, executive director of the athletic organization that oversees high school sports in the county.