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Updating the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race in Alaska

As of March 17, at 11:05 a.m., Thomas Waerner was still in first place after reaching the White Mountain checkpoint (953 miles from Anchorage). In second was Mitch Seavey, 60, who also reached White Mountain and moved up from fourth … Continue reading

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Sports: The Biggest and Only Sports Story in the U.S.

Basketball, ice hockey, baseball, golf and tennis–at every level–have been cancelled because of the pandemic. Nobody knows when athletes and teams will be able to return to action. But there’s one glimmer of good news for sports junkies. The biggest race … Continue reading

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PaliHi Basketball Teams Advance to Regional CIF Semifinals, Both at Home on Saturday

Pali’s Boys Team Continues to Roll: PaliHi beat visiting San Ysidro on Thursday, 56-49, to reach the Division 4 Regional semifinals, which will be held on Saturday at 6 p.m. at Palisades. Coach Donzell Hayes, who played at Pali, said: … Continue reading

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Winter Sports Wrap-up for Palisades High Teams

As the Regional CIF Championships get underway this week, Palisades residents will have a chance to watch and cheer for the Dolphins. Boys basketball is at home on Tuesday, March 3 at 5 p.m. The girls play immediately afterwards at … Continue reading

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PaliHi Girls Edge San Pedro in a Thriller, Reach City Soccer Finals  Tomorrow Against Granada Hills  

In one of the most agonizing nail-biters in recent sports history, the Palisades High girls soccer team had to play 80 minutes of regulation, 20 minutes of overtime, an additional 10 minutes of golden goal overtime and then penalty kicks, before defeating … Continue reading

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Tiger Woods: His Greatest Legacy May Be His Youth Foundation and His Kids Club

Tiger Woods, host of last week’s Genesis Invitational, will go down as one of the greatest golfers in history. Even though a tournament win at the Riviera still eludes him, the inspiration he provides to a new generation will far … Continue reading

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Adam Scott Wins the Genesis Invitational Sunday

Australian Adam Scott won the Genesis Invitational on Sunday at the Riviera Country Club, earning $1,674,000, a Genesis SUV EV80 and a three-year exemption on the PGA Tour. When the day started, Scott, Matt Kuchar and Rory McIlroy were tied … Continue reading

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Former Tennis Champ Julie Heldman Will Talk About Her Memoir This Thursday Night at the Library

Long-time Rustic Canyon resident Julie Heldman will discuss her bracing memoir, “Driven: A Daughter’s Odyssey,” this Thursday, February 20, at 6:30 p.m. in the Palisades Library community room, 861 Alma Real Drive. Heldman’s book is rich in detail and painfully … Continue reading

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Matt Kuchar Leads the Genesis Tournament By Two Strokes; Players Have an Interesting Time at the 17th Green

Sixty-eight players made the 36-hole cut at one-over 143 today at the Riviera County Club. Some of the crowd favorites, like Phil Mickelson, Bubba Watson and Jason Day, missed the cut. Matt Kuchar leads the field at 9-under after scoring … Continue reading

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Tiger Woods Speaks to Reporters Before Genesis Starts

Tiger Woods, one of the all-time golfing greats who is hosting this week’s Genesis Invitational, spoke to reporters on Tuesday. The tournament, which begins tomorrow, Thursday, and ends Sunday, has nine of the top-10 golfers in the world and 19 … Continue reading

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