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Created : 09/18/2021
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Summer football has its biggest tournament on Saturday

High school football is in full swing in July. Edison, Simi Valley, Newport Harbor, Culver City, Temecula Valley and Redondo Union are all hosting seven-on-seven passing contests on Saturday. (Author: Gardener)

SaturdaySt. John Bosco Junior Safety Peyton Woodyard will be on action at the Edison Tournament on Saturday. (Eric Sondheimer/Los Angeles Times) Saturday will be the busiest and best day to watch seven-a-side summer soccer competitions in Southern California. There are tournaments in Edison, Simi Valley, Culver City, Newport Harbor, Temecula Valley and Redondo Union. The Edison Battle at the Beach tournament brings together almost a who's who list of the best teams and players. THE FIGHT ON THE BEACH IS COMING FAST Come to Edison High School on July 9th to see some of the best teams in the state battle it out – Edison Football ⚡️ (@EdisonChargerFB) June 26, 2022 Under the Elite quarterbacks are Malachi Nelson of Los Alamitos (USC Commitment), Kadin Semonza of Mission Viejo (Ball State), Pierce Clarkson of St. John Bosco (Louisville), Nico Iamaleava of Long Beach Poly (Tennessee), Elijah Brown of Mater Dei, Myles Jackson of Long Beach Millikan and CJ Tiller of Rancho Cucamonga (Boise State). The other position loaded with talent for the Battle at the Beach is defense, from Poly's Daylen Austin (LSU) to Gardena Serra's Rodrick Pleasant to St. John Bosco's Peyton Woodyard and Ty Lee (UCLA). Long Beach Poly and St. John Bosco vs. This is about as good as it gets for players with matching skill positions. The Culver City tournament will feature a number of City Section teams including San Pedro and standout tight end Nicholas Fernandez. Mira Costa has several top returning skill position players. San Clemente makes headlines at the Newport Harbor tournament as the Tritons continue to have contention for starting quarterback. Temecula Valley is filled with Inland Empire teams led by Corona Centennial. Simi Valley seven-a-side tournament on Saturday. - Eric Sondheimer (@latsondheimer) July 5, 2022 Simi Valley, who struggled a bit in last week's eight-team St. John Bosco tournament, will host a 16-team tournament on Saturday. The action starts at 9am. The best games are usually in the mornings when the teams are fresh. In the afternoon, when temperatures are rising, fatigue is setting in and coaches are looking to give other players replays, games become more restless and unpredictable. Saturday is a great time to take a look at some of the teams and players who will be keeping an eye on this fall. These tournaments are all about players developing skill based timing, learning to compete and teams building camaraderie. It's always fun as long as the players, coaches and parents understand that the season isn't at stake because of winning or losing in a temporary tournament.


Newspaper is changing: Saturday printing will only be digital; Puzzles, games get updates

Beginning Saturday, readers will notice changes to Treasure Coast Newspapers' printed products - particularly home delivery and jigsaw puzzles. (Author: Gardener)

SaturdayBeginning Saturday, readers will notice changes to Treasure Coast Newspapers' print products. As announced in January, the Saturday editions of the Indian River Press Journal, St. Lucie News Tribune and Stuart News will be digital-only and available to all subscribers through the e-edition. This is a digital recreation of the print which includes local, state and national news, sports, advertising and features such as comics and puzzles. A Saturday newspaper will no longer be printed from March 26th. The newspaper will continue to be printed and delivered from Sunday to Friday. Try the e-Edition: This is a digital copy of the printed newspaper and is included with your subscription. The e-Edition also gives subscribers free access to hundreds of other USA TODAY Network newspapers nationwide, as well as additional, late-breaking digital editions of sports and national news. Newspapers across the industry and within Gannett, Treasure Coast Newspapers' parent company, are reducing print frequency as they respond to the continued shift toward digital news consumption. Also, some puzzles and games are changing this week. Readers will also find new, additional bonus pieces. * The Daily Commuter Crossword replaces the New York Times Crossword. * Cryptoquote, Cryptoquip, Boggle Brain Buster and LexiGo are added. * LA Times and other crosswords replace Puzzler and Premier crosswords and Word Salsa. * Added Jumble and Boggle Brain Buster. The puzzles and comics, sometimes scattered throughout the newspaper and of various sizes, are being updated and standardized to make them easier to find and read in a new area of ​​entertainment. USA TODAY also created a same-day puzzle solving website, Readers can now check the answers immediately by visiting the website. Readers can also find additional digital crosswords at and digital comics at Since most cable providers have updated program listings available, the daily TV grid is being replaced with a feature that highlights what's on that day. For readers without access to a computer or smartphone, I realize that these changes and the digital push are not comfortable. The same applies to subscribers with digital access, but who prefer to hold the printed newspaper in their hands every morning. Print is still a very strong news platform, but not the only one. Many longtime print readers have told me that they like the e-edition—especially reading on a tablet like an iPad—because they can magnify the print, quickly share stories with family, and even keep their hands ink-free. Our website and digital apps also offer non-printable content such as videos, interactive graphics and more. Print subscribers have full digital access to e-Edition and TCPalm. For subscriber-only articles, visit and see what journalism your subscription funds. Anyone with questions about the changes can access their account at, visit, or call customer service at 844-331-0264. Thank you for your subscription and support for impactful local journalism. Neal is Editor-in-Chief and News Director for and Treasure Coast Newspapers, including the Indian River Press Journal, St. Lucie News Tribune and Stuart News. Connect with him at @TCPalmAdamNeal on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. This article originally appeared on Treasure Coast Newspapers: Newspaper Changes: Saturday Print Goes Digital Only; Puzzles, games get updates | opinion


Mission accomplished for Tim Tszyu; plus, sinking of Miguel Berchelt

Good, bad, worse: For Tim Tszyu it was mission accomplished on Saturday against Terrell Gausha. (Author: Gardener)

Tim TszyuTim Tszyu did what he set out to do in his unanimous win over Terrell Gausha on Saturday, which should prove he's among the best 154-pounders in the world. He got careless on the first lap when he came off a straight right. He took a lot of hard shots overall. And his job might have been easier if he worked more from behind his jab, which didn't matter in the fight. Despite the incoming fire, he fiercely and effectively imposed his will on Gausha, which allowed him to control the battle and undoubtedly attract the attention of potential opponents. And he didn't doubt himself for a moment, even though it was the first time he was fighting outside his homeland. He's a special fighter and he knows it. I don't know how he would fare against Jermell Charlo, a more complete and powerful fighter than Gausha. However, I firmly believe that Tszyu (21-0, 15 KOs) has a combination of skill, strength and determination that would provide a challenge to any of the above. At the same time, I believe he could become the most successful son of a great fighter in the history of the sport. It will be fascinating to see how this story ends. Gausha (22-3-1, 11 KOs) is a good fighter, as he proved again on Saturday. S. Olympian put Tszyu down, survived some of his own harrowing moments and kept fighting until the bell ended the 12th and final round. As he said, "I hate to lose, but I came out like a champion." Gausha is 2-3-1 in his last six bouts, including clear unanimous losses to Erislandy Lara, Erickson Lubin and Tszyu, and a draw to Austin Trout. He is 34 years old, an age when things usually start to calm down. However, the spirit with which he fought Tszyu probably gives him hope that he's not quite done as a relevant fighter. He was too passive for most of the fight. And he spent too much time banging his back against the ropes, which was the result of Tszyu's constant pressure. However, he never stopped trying, never stopped looking for ways to hurt Tszyu, even when he was taking punches. You'll probably want to see him again in an important fight. As Tszyu said immediately after the fight, “All kudos to my opponent, Terrell Gausha. He's a damn fine warrior.” Miguel Berchelt insisted he'd be back after his second straight KO loss. That's hard to imagine. Two fights ago, the 30-year-old Mexican was world champion and one of the most feared punchers in the sport. He's been knocked out twice since then, first by Oscar Valdez, who lost his belt, and then by Jeremiah Nakathila in his comeback bout on Saturday. In the latter fight, he looked like a deer in the headlights, not like a former champion who has been fighting professionally for more than a decade. He appeared to be what one of the broadcasters described as "gun-shy," meaning memories of the brutal 10th-round KO loss to Valdez danced cruelly in his mind. He was more concerned about avoiding a similar fate than doing what it would have taken to win the fight. That's a recipe for the disaster that unfolded when he was struck. I wondered as I watched in amazement for the first few rounds if Berchelt would find his inner warrior and start throwing Nakathila back. He showed signs of this in rounds 4 and 5 when he had his biggest hit. That led to a crucial Round 6 in which Nakathila (23-2, 19 KOs) landed at will and convinced the ringside doctor that Berchelt had received enough punishment. Again, Berchelt (38-3, 34 KOs) said he will defeat any demons that haunt him. It will take superhuman inner strength to regain what he had before he fought Valdez. Josh Warrington demonstrated the correct way to come out of a rut on Saturday in his hometown of Leeds, England. He had been stopped and fought a draw in his two previous bouts with Mauricio Lara, putting his career as a top fighter in jeopardy. The fight was stopped at 2:12 of round 7, giving Warrington (31-1-1, 8 KOs) a two-time world title and allowing him to regain much of what he lost to Lara. ... Lightweight contender Michel Rivera (23-0, 14 KOs) stabbed his way to a lopsided decision over Joseph Adorno (14-1-2, 12 KOs) on the Tszyu-Gausha card, underscoring his reputation as a fine, polished boxer. The Dominican needs to perform more power punches - ideally in combination - to be successful against next level opponents. ... Elvis Rodriguez (13-1-1, 12 KOs) looked like a legitimate junior welterweight contender on the Tszyu-Gausha card, then beat and stopped Juan Velasco (23-3, 14 KOs) in the seventh round. The A. Dominican has now won two fights since upsetting Kenneth Sims Jr. in May last year. ... The judges scored the Tszyu-Gausha fight 116-111 (nine rounds to three), 115-112 (eight rounds to four), and 114-113 (seven rounds to five). I had it 117-110 for Tszyu, 10 rounds of twos. Gausha put on a brave performance but didn't win five rounds. Tszyu clearly controlled the fight from the second round, throwing and landing a lot more punches than Gausha.


The best and worst of Jerrod Carmichael's hosting debut

On this week's Saturday Night Live, comedian Jerrod Carmichael stepped into the hot seat of host promoting his latest HBO standup special. (Author: Gardener)

Jerrod Carmichael'sOn this week's Saturday Night Live, comedian Jerrod Carmichael stepped into the hot seat of hosts promoting his latest HBO standup special, Rothaniel. Of course, that continued this season of "SNL's" impressive streak of first-time hosts, this time with someone with - admittedly - less star power than the rest. Carmichael spent his monologue talking about "it" (the Oscars controversy between Will Smith and Chris Rock, of course), while also acknowledging that he's definitely on the lower side when it comes to star power and "SNL" hosts is. Even when Carmichael had his own sitcom on NBC — The Carmichael Show, which he helped create and starred in for three seasons — he never got the chance to promote it on SNL. But things are different now, both with the aforementioned HBO standup special and the fact that Carmichael was officially outed as gay on the special. It's an openness and honesty that one imagines would shape Carmichael's role as the newest celebrity host of SNL's 47th season. Regarding "SNL's" handling of the Smith/Rock situation, Carmichael's monologue didn't even go along the lines of saying names at all. Carmichael only referred to the situation as "it," saying that something that happened just six days ago felt more like it happened "somewhere between Jamiroquai and 9/11," like the news cycle and discussion about it expired during the week. Despite pleas from Lorne Michaels, Carmichael wasn't quite able to heal the nation with that monologue (since "the nation doesn't even know [Carmichael]"), but he established himself as a host who could prove something to the audience that was maybe not known to him. After "Word Crunch" from the Zoe Kravitz episode, the next game show sketch would always be an uphill battle. "Post-COVID Game Show" (where the game show was "Is My Brain Okay") was the next game show sketch, after all. In general, it's difficult for "SNL" to do a game show sketch without feeling like it's been done before, and even though the premise of "Post-COVID Game Show" has never been seen on "SNL ' was made, it really did feel like it had. The "SNL" game show sketch formula is all about having a fake host and pretty, breezy participants, but despite the specific angle, "Post-COVID Game Show" didn't come across as anything special other than a "What's Wrong with That picture?" sketch. Comedian Jerrod Carmichael comes out as gay ahead of SNL debut As one of the two sketches from the night that really gave Carmichael something to do as a host — the other was "Scattering Remains" — that was The only real knock on "Shop TV" is that it was a bit longer than it needed to be. The short bit of Alex Moffat's character from Christian Lunchboxes didn't ultimately have to be part of the sketch, and the final bit (of Carmichael's character, the essentially fisting the Rhylee Rainbowlocks doll) was kind of pulled. But the "rainbow bush" really got the live audience going, and the visual comedy that emerged from it worked, as youthful as The Host However, s of the home shopping network of Cecily Strong and Mikey Day were the true MVPs of the sketch, even if it managed to keep the focus away from them. That said: a great beat and a less-than-great flow from Davidson...but it makes up for it in both substance and execution and rapping from Chris Redd and other more established rappers. This sketch saw this week's musical guest, Gunna - with the line of the sketch asking, "Why does this movie look like a book?" re: the double VHS of "Amadeus" - and Dirt Nasty (Simon Rex, the reveals he looks a lot more like Ernest P. While Davidson can get exhausted just relying on comedy-rap, there's no denying the production value that goes into these music videos, especially since this one often looks like a Puff Daddy music video and Mase looked. Kyle Mooney's bizarre reactions were a highlight of this season, so it's understandable why there's a sketch like this one" and "Scattering Remains" both felt like "I Think You Should Leave" sketches, which there are They aired last week on SNL, and it's hard to tell if that's going to win in the case of "Story. Scattering Remains" maybe because it's the night's "I Think You Should Leave" skit, in a way and way that actually be the best for Carmichael as a moderator sten worked.” His aloofness in this skit really helped banish the chaos and absurdity of goth,” was easily the highlight of this week's skits. There's just something about a catchy '90s themed theme song and the guys from Please Don't Destroy aren't just normal, they're just plain sluts who really made the skit work. It's the kind of sketch Kyle Mooney and Beck Bennett would have done together in previous seasons; Unlike that duo, however, Please Don't Destroy's take on this type of comedy was quite well received. Nothing against Chris Redd, but a sketch like "Seat Fillers" was really reminiscent of how "SNL" once dropped an actor who was actually quite an impressionist in Jay Pharoah. Because as funny as Redd is - and even in this sketch - it's hard to ignore that many of his Smiths are screaming and vague Smith tics rather than an actual good impression. The sketch itself wasn't even necessarily bad given the angle it came from: the seat filler's perspective (played by Carmichael and Kyle Mooney, who were funny in their awkwardness). As previously mentioned, Mooney was quite funny in his awkwardness in "Seat Fillers." And it was unlike his (and the audience's) discomfort in Story. Honestly, this episode wasn't the best to get consistently strong performances from any of its regular cast members, due to both the allocation of screen time and the material. But Mooney had strong performances in sketches that weren't necessarily that strong. It was open in the cold, but when you have Cecily Strong as Jeanine Pirro, it means Cecily Strong immediately gave the best performance of the episode. J. Simpson) on Weekend Update kind of fell into the same queue as the rest of Weekend Update features lately, but at the same time, "SNL" clearly put her in that position because she certainly knows she can deliver -- and she did. The thing about Carmichael as host ended up being actually the thing about Carmichael as lead actor on "The Carmichael Show": While he has stage presence and can effortlessly perform live in front of audiences as a stand-up comedian when it comes to being in the same live playing environment, he is no longer the most dynamic person in the room. The only sketches Carmichael was able to really play a character in were on "Shop TV" and "Scattering Remains," and even then, both were low-key and low-energy — in a way necessary for the sketch's comedy. But in general, Carmichael could have been substituted for anyone else in any of the sketches he was in, and they would have been exactly the same. The "Baby Clothes" pre-tape sketch (which had some really good bits) really highlighted this, as Carmichael and Bowen Yang played a couple in the skit and looked like they were working as a duo...but really, the die Sketch relied on Yang's reactions, not so much Carmichael's. Overall, this was a memorable episode, and despite three separate comedic takes (the monologue, "Seat Fillers" and Weekend Update) to a very memorable current event. By far the best sketch of the episode, it was shortened in time and only briefly featured the host (for a while it wasn't even about his character). Sign up: Stay up to date on the latest film and TV news!



Good 4 Olivia Rodrigo, Who Had Her First Live Show on Saturday

It was so hardcore that a fistfight broke out during ‘drivers license.’

Fishing was good over the weekend

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Miami Hurricanes aren’t good — and showed it again in 38-17 home loss to Michigan State

Rhett Lashlee would have been smart to wear a mask as he left Hard Rock Stadium on Saturday afternoon. For safety’s sake amid the COVID surge? OK sure, that, too. But mostly as a disguise against being recognized and chased by a mob of Miami Hurricanes fans waving torches and pitchforks. Lashlee is in his second season as UM’s offensive coordinator. That there might be a third year for him ...

Giants' Mike Yastrzemski

Giants' Mike Yastrzemski: Good to go Saturday

Cowboys' Tony Pollard

Cowboys' Tony Pollard: Looks good Saturday

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When Credibility Matters

Chvrches performs "Good Girls"

Scotting synth-pop trio Chvrches is marking a decade since they came together in Glasgow. Aware of each other's talents, they got together in a basement studio, started crafting songs and realized they might have a future as a band. Since then, they've released four albums including their latest, "Screen Violence," which came out last week. Chvrches performs "Good Girls."

Jake Hummel and the Iowa State defense were very good against UNI Saturday

Iowa State beat Northern Iowa on Saturday because of defense. The Cyclones must be good on both sides of the ball on Saturday against Iowa.

Gonzaga’s Drew Timme delivers expletive-filled interview after win

Gonzaga star Drew Timme carried the Bulldogs into the Sweet 16 after Saturday night’s win, using some colorful language at halftime — and after the game.

Saturday is looking pretty good

Light rain showers will continue Friday evening before the rain finally moves out. Overnight lows will drop into the mid-30s. Look for more sunshine Saturday with highs in the low 60s and then highs in the low 70s Sunday. Rain is likely Monday evening into Tuesday. Showers may linger into Wednesday with highs mainly in the 50s.

Timberwolves' Jordan McLaughlin

Timberwolves' Jordan McLaughlin: Good to go Saturday

Lakers' LeBron James

Lakers' LeBron James: Good to go Saturday

Saturday betting recaps, NCAA betting stats, Sunday's best bets (3/20)

Dave Tuley's daily column recaps the prior day's betting results and tries to use lessons learned to make bets moving forward (and it's worked lately as he's 25-9-1 ATS the past 35 days with his top Best Bet).

Barre Mill will close for good on Saturday; the restaurant is for sale

Domenic Coppolino said he will retire but wants to work part-time as a cook, something he still loves after 35 years running the Barre Mill.

No print edition Saturday, but it'll be online with lots of other good stuff

You can read all about it with Reporter-News E-Edition

Potawatomi Fire bounces back with Saturday triumph

The Potawatomi Fire needed a bounce-back victory and Deshawn Munson and company followed through Saturday night at the Firelake Arena.

Good Samaritan paying to replace stolen catalytic converter from ‘Compassionate Caravan’

The Catholic Action Center’s Compassionate Caravan delivers cold weather supplies and offers rides to shelters to those in need in Lexington.

Senators' Nikita Zaitsev

Senators' Nikita Zaitsev: Good to go Saturday

Having the NCAA Tournament in UConn’s backyard has been ‘too good to be true’ for Huskies fans

Fans of NC State and UConn explore Bridgeport ahead of the regional championship. Says...

Ducks’ Gerry Mayhew trying to make a good first impression

The 29-year-old winger scored his first goal in his third game with the Ducks, a laser off the rush in their loss to the San Jose Sharks on Saturday.

Volunteers in Pembroke help send a million meals to Ukraine

Volunteers in Pembroke were busy packaging meals that will be sent to Ukraine. The effort is organized by the New England Outreach Program.

Good Samaritans rescue man in Black Bayou

CPSO: Good Samaritans rescue man in Black Bayou

Bright, breezy and seasonal Saturday

Bright, breezy and seasonal Saturday

Aiken Triple Crown wraps up with tight game, 'good fun'

Jewel Gregoncza, Pedro Lara, Eden Ormerod and Deep Sing wound up with some blue-ribbon memories Saturday afternoon at Powderhouse Polo Field, comprising the winning team at Pacers and Polo, the

Chris Sale provides 'good news' on rib injury following latest MRI

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Gunna And Pete Davidson Rap About ’Short-Ass Movies’ On ’SNL’

Simon Rex (aka Dirt Nasty) and Chris Redd joined Gunna and Pete to lay raps about films like 'The Lion King' and 'Austin Powers.'

10 p.m. Saturday forecast

FOX 29 Weather Authority 10 p.m. Saturday forecast

Hayward Premiere a mixed bag for Oregon's track teams

The Oregon women's team got impressive results from its throwers and middle distance runner Izzy Thornton-Bott on Saturday

Racing Ducks In Westborough For A Good Cause

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Good Samaritans rescue 3 after fishing boat sinks off Pelican

Two good Samaritan boats — the Cirus and the Lucky Strike — responded and pulled the Miss Amy's crew from the water.

‘Good kid’ faces attempted-slay raps for allegedly shooting at cops

Isaiah Ramos, the 14-year-old boy accused of shooting at two cops in Staten Island over the weekend, was hit with attempted-murder charges and ordered held on $300,000 bail.

Marlins' Miguel Rojas

Marlins' Miguel Rojas: Good to go Saturday

Severe storm watch into this evening, with more storms probable late Saturday

Damaging gusts are possible, in addition to heavy downpours and frequent lightning.