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A Grand Opening! Las Positas Men Triumph In Costello Tip-Off Classic
This post was contributed by a community member. The views expressed here are the author's own.Weekly recap: Men's basketball wins title; water polo takes thriller; men's soccer wins big; women's soccer rallies; volleyball savors winLas Positas women's soccer player Ashley Arno in action (Alan Lewis)The champs!The Las Positas men's basketball team, ranked No. 10 in the CCCMBCA North Region preseason Poll, ruled the roost in the Tony Costello Tip-Off Classic this past week. The Hawks, guided by head coach James Giacomaz...
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Weekly recap: Men's basketball wins title; water polo takes thriller; men's soccer wins big; women's soccer rallies; volleyball savors win
Las Positas women's soccer player Ashley Arno in action (Alan Lewis)
The champs!The Las Positas men's basketball team, ranked No. 10 in the CCCMBCA North Region preseason Poll, ruled the roost in the Tony Costello Tip-Off Classic this past week. The Hawks, guided by head coach James Giacomazzi, defeated No. 11 Columbia 90-84 in the championship game at The Nest on Saturday evening. Tournament MVP Jordahn Johnson (Weston Ranch HS) led the way with a double-double of 21 points and 12 rebounds. Sophomore guards Jalen Patterson (Liberty Ranch HS) and Isaiah Victor (Manteca HS) also made All Tournament for the Hawks.The championship game was a rematch Round 3 of the NorCal Regional showdown last season, when No. 5 seed Las Positas prevailed over No. 4 Columbia 61-53 to earn a trip to the State Quarterfinals for the first time.This triumph over Columbia capped a commanding week by the Hawks. They also thumped Simpson University JV 113-73 and No. 20 Los Medanos 103-94 in the Tony Costello Tipoff Classic. Johnson averaged 21 points a game and had a double-double with 24 points and 20 boards against Los Medanos. Victor was also outstanding against Los Medanos with 31 points (6 of 12 from 3-point range and 9/10 free throws); and Patterson just missed a double-double with 18 points and nine assists, and Jaden Phillips (Modesto Christian HS) had 17 points.In the championship game, Victor shined in the bright spotlight with 20 points and five assists, and Patterson also soared with 18 points and nine assists.Las Positas (3-0) will travel to Modesto Junior College at 5 p.m. Thursday in nonconference action.MEN’S WATER POLOAfter taking a thrilling win over Merced in the Coast Conference tournament, 8-7 in double-overtime, Las Positas (18-14, 4-2) fell to State No. 1 West Valley (26-1, 6-0) 16-7 in the championship game. Both games were played on Nov. 5 at West Valley.The NorCal championships are Friday and Saturday, Nov. 11-12 at San Joaquin Delta, and the State Championships are Nov. 18-19 at Southwestern College.Men’s soccerThe Hawks walloped visiting Monterey Peninsula 4-1 on Friday, Nov. 4.Four Las Positas players scored goals: Victor Diaz, Grant LaFleur, Christian Neves and Dylan Ersham. Rylan Stowell had three assists and Grant’s brother, Griffin, added two assists. Ersham and Diaz also had assists in the convincing triumph.Las Positas improved to 7-8-2 overall and are 2-6-1 in the Coast-South.WOMEN’S SOCCERMidfielder Isabel Mello scored the tying goal in the 35th minute as Las Positas rallied for a 1-1 draw with visiting Evergreen Valley on Nov. 4. Mello was assisted by Tiffani Cheng and Cebrina Chagoya on the goal. Chagoya leads the Hawks in scoring with six goals this season, and Danielle Castro has a team-high nine assists.The Hawks improved to 8-5-4 overall and are 2-2-3 in conference.WOMEN’S BASKETBALLThe Hawks (0-2) christened their ‘Welcome Back,” season under new head coach Caleb Theodore with two gritty efforts in defeats against San Jose and Siskiyous this past week.In the opener against San Jose, Hawks freshman guard Ranaye Manu and freshman forward Monique Cavness were selected as Hawks of the Game.Manu had 17 points, three rebounds and a block. Cavness was dominant on defense, amassing 11 rebounds, eight blocks and five points.The Hawks will play their much-anticipated season home-opener against Los Medanos in the ‘Coaches vs. Cancer Pink Game’ at 3 p.m. on Friday.
WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALLLas Positas split contests this past week, including earning the Hawks’ second win of the season over host Contra Costa on Nov. 2. The scores were (3-1) 25-20, 23-25, 25-19, 25-20. Rachel Dayton led the Hawks with 17 kills and 30 digs. Jazmine Linzangan added 14 kills and 16 digs.Sophia Kim also contributed 11 kills and 13 digs.Las Positas is 2-16 overall and 1-6 in the Coast-North. The Hawks host Skyline in conference play at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 9.
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Kylie Jenner Wears Backless Black Gown as Kim Kardashian Channels Balenciaga Barbie for Baby2Baby Gala
Stefanie Keenan/Getty Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner showed up in style at the 2022 Baby2Baby Gala on Saturday.Kardashian, 42, was the recipient of the organization's "Giving Tree Award" over the weekend, and both her and her s...
Kardashian, 42, was the recipient of the organization's "Giving Tree Award" over the weekend, and both her and her sister, 25, were surely giving as they posed for photos at the event.
Kim wore a pink, long-sleeved Balenciaga gown with a v-neck, pink boots, a train that followed her as she walked the carpet, and a mini pink bag that completed the look.
Jenner, on the other hand, opted for a custom Loewe black gown with a drawstring neckline and open-back, as well as thigh-high slits that showed off her heeled sandals. To cap off her look, Jenner rocked her hair in a bun with a massive pair of earrings. Pointing out her dress to fans, she posted a few pics to Instagram with the caption, "let's hear it for the back of the dress."
The sisters were also joined by their mother Kris Jenner, 67, who rocked a black dress of her own as she celebrated Kim's recognition at the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood. Others in attendance included Olivia Wilde, Zooey Deschanel, and Diddy, who performed for the crowd.
Kardashian's "Giving Tree Award" was the result of her "longtime dedication to Baby2Baby and commitment to supporting the children they serve," according to the Baby2Baby website. The organization provides necessities for children living in poverty.
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Tyler Perry presented her with the award, which had previously been given to Vanessa Bryant, Chrissy Teigen, Amy Adams, Kerry Washington, and more. Kardashian donated $1 million to the charity during the evening.
Kardashian — who passed the baby bar exam and that she dreams "of one day creating a successful law firm" — called advocacy a "deep passion of mine," and commended Baby2Baby for bringing "justice to so many children who have been deprived of access to just the basic essentials."
Men's Soccer Travels to UCI, Hosts UCR on Senior Night
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Bakersfield - The California State University, Bakersfield Men's Soccer kicks off the penultimate week of the regular season with a trip to UC Irvine on Wednesday, Oct. 19, before returning to The Main Soccer Field for the program's Senior Night Celebration on Saturday, Oct. 22 against UC Riverside. Both games are set to begin at 7:00 p.m., with full coverage of live stats on GoRunners.com and a video stream available on ESPNPlus. The Roadrunners will look to make one final push to steal a spot in the Big West Tour...
Bakersfield - The California State University, Bakersfield Men's Soccer kicks off the penultimate week of the regular season with a trip to UC Irvine on Wednesday, Oct. 19, before returning to The Main Soccer Field for the program's Senior Night Celebration on Saturday, Oct. 22 against UC Riverside. Both games are set to begin at 7:00 p.m., with full coverage of live stats on GoRunners.com and a video stream available on ESPNPlus. The Roadrunners will look to make one final push to steal a spot in the Big West Tournament this season, after reaching post-season play in six of the last seven seasons.
The Anteaters sit in a three-way tie for seventh in the Big West standings, while UC Riverside is tied with CSUN for fourth-place and looking to hang on to host a first-round match up. Saturday's senior ceremony will honor standouts Carlos Armendariz, Harry Downing, Stephon Marcano and JP Alvarez. The quartet has combined to make 158 career appearances in Bakersfield Blue & Gold over the course of their careers.
ROADRUNNER QUICK STRIKES...
* One goal has made all the difference for Bakersfield in 2022 - whether for or against. The Roadrunners are now 2-6-2 in games decided by one goal or less this season. CSUB has allowed more than two goals on only two occasions this season, but have managed just three goals in their last ten outings.
* Roadrunner goalkeeper Filippo Dadone needs 16 more stops to move into Bakersfield's Single-Season Top-10 in saves. The native of Cuneo, Italy, has turned aside 49 of the 70 shots he's faced this season. Matt Touchstone is currently 10th all-time with 65 saves in 1995.
* CSUB will honor four seniors ahead of Saturday's contest with UC Riverside at The Main Soccer Field. Captains Carlos Armendariz and Harry Downing, along with defender Stephon Marcano and midfielder JP Alvarez are all expected to make their final appearances in front of the home crowd.
* Carlos Armendariz has become a mainstay in the Roadrunner starting line-up over the last three seasons. The senior from San Francisco, Calif., will make his 50th-consecutive start at UC Irvine October 19. Armendariz leads the 2022 team in scoring with two goals and one assist for five points and boasts 10 career goals and 22 career points. He was a 2019 All-WAC Honorable Mention choice and a 2021 Big West Second-Team honoree.
* Defender Harry Downing has seen action in 47 contests for the 'Runners over his time in Bakersfield, making 46 starts. Downing will hit 50 appearances if he gets into each of the final three CSUB games this season. A native of Newquay, England, Downing has two goals and five points to his credit, while anchoring the central defense for the past three seasons.
* Stephon Marcano has started 41 of 45 career games at CSUB, returning from a season-ending injury in 2019 to become a mainstay on the right side for the Roadrunners. Marcano has two career assists, after spending most of his career at right back. A native of Santa Cruz, Trinidad and Tobago, Marcano represented the country on the Senior National Team last summer for friendlies in Boliva and Belize.
* A transfer from Santa Barbara City College, JP Alvarez lost his junior season to an ACL tear, but has returned to start all 14 games as a defensive midfielder this season. Alvarez has played more than 1,000 minutes in 2022, registering one assist and serving as a key link between the back line and the attack. Over the summer, Alvarez played for the Ventura County Fusion, leading the team to a USL2 National Championship.
* Freshman forward Atli Stefansson scored the first goal of his career in Bakersfield's loss at UC Davis on Oct. 12. Stefansson followed up his strike with the first start of his CSUB career three days later against CSUN on Viva Los 'Runner's night. Stefansson is the fourth Roadrunner to score his first career goal this season, joining Andres Perez De Gracia, Jacob Fitzgerald and Shammai Camara.
* The 'Runners have advanced to conference tournaments in each of head coach Richie Grant's seven seasons in Bakersfield. Last season, CSUB placed fourth in the Big West - after being picked to finish dead last - and hosted a quarterfinal contest with UC Davis at The Main Soccer Field. This season, CSUB was picked to place 8th in the 10-team league.
* Five different Roadrunners have capped internationally at the youth or senior* level. Danian Alguera (USA & El Salvador), Stephon Marcano (Trinidad & Tobago*), Scott Pengelly (Northern Ireland), all boast international caps, while Carlos Armendariz and Adrian Medina have each represented the United States at the Senior National Level in Futsal. Marcano dressed for a pair of T&T friendlies this past summer, at Boliva and at Belize.
* Ten Roadrunners prepped for the college game by representing and competing with professional youth academies - including Damian Alguera (Philadelphia Union, Sporting KC, SJ Earthquakes), Filippo Dadone (Juventus Academy), Harry Downing (Plymouth Argyle FC), Kevin Estrada (San Francisco Glens), Bryson Hankins (Seattle Sounders FC), Sucre Herrera (Sacramento Republic FC), Nathan Jimenez (Sacramento Republic FC), Adrian Medina (San Francisco Glens), Scott Pengelly (Fleetwood Town FC) and Andres Perez de Gracia (Crystal Palace FC & Derby County FC).
Up Next... Bakersfield will close out the regular season with one final road game, heading to the coast to take on rival Cal Poly on Oct. 29 at 7 p.m. The Roadrunners dropped a 2-0 decision to the Mustangs at The Main Soccer Field in last season's finale.
Junior hockey: Kelowna Rockets outlast Prince George Cougars in 8-6 goalfest
Adam Kydd had a memorable night for the Kelowna Rockets in a high-scoring win on Wednesday night.At Prospera Place, Kydd notched a hat trick, along with two assists, for a five-point outing as the Rockets downed the ...
At Prospera Place, Kydd notched a hat trick, along with two assists, for a five-point outing as the Rockets downed the Prince George Cougars 8-6.
Colton Dach, with two goals, Gabriel Szturc, Caden Price and Rilen Kovacevic also scored for Kelowna (6-7-1-0), which led 2-1 and 4-3 at the period breaks.
“It took me a few years (to score a hat trick),” said Kydd, a 20-year-old who’s in his fourth and final season of junior eligibility.
“It’s a great feeling, I’ve had a lot of two-goal games not being able to get the third one. It’s a great feeling to get one in my career.”
Andrew Cristall also had a five-point night with five assists, while goalie Talyn Boyko stopped 22 of 28 shots.
Chase Wheatcroft and Koehn Ziemmer had two goals each, while Cole Dubinsky and Noah Boyko replied for Prince George (9-8-0-0).
Tyler Brennan stopped 20 of 27 shots for the Cougars, current frontrunners in B.C. Division standings with 18 points – one ahead of Kamloops (17 points) and five ahead of fourth-place Kelowna.
Notably, Prince George has played 17 games thus far, three more than Kamloops and Kelowna.
The Rockets were 2-for-4 on the power play in Wednesday’s game while the Cougars were 1-for-7.
“I said to the guys ‘I’m happy we won the game.’ I’ll never take that away from them, as always a win is a win,” said Rockets head coach Kris Mallette.
Mallette continued, saying “Prince George is a very hungry team, they weren’t going to roll over. They’re a team that’s playing with a lot of confidence. I think they surprised us, that we got up one or two goals and they didn’t stop coming, they didn’t stop pressuring us.
“Just turn over, turn over, turn over at some ill-advised times. Just some lapses that made things a lot more interesting than they should’ve been.”
The Rockets’ next game will be Saturday, as they travel to Kamloops to face the Blazers (7-4-2-1), who will host the 2023 Memorial Cup next spring.
Last Saturday, Kelowna dumped the Blazers 3-1 at Prospera Place despite getting outshot 45-24.
Kelowna’s next home game will be Friday, Nov. 18 against the struggling Spokane Chiefs (3-10-0-1).
California Invests Over $231 Million to Advance and Expand Apprenticeship
State budget includes unprecedented funding for earn-and-learn opportunities, complemented by newly released strategic planOakland - The California Department of Industrial Relations (DIR), its Division of Apprenticeship Standards (DAS) and the Labor & Workforce Development Agency have released Advancing Apprenticeship in California: A Five-Point Action Plan to expand the state’s number of...
State budget includes unprecedented funding for earn-and-learn opportunities, complemented by newly released strategic plan
Oakland - The California Department of Industrial Relations (DIR), its Division of Apprenticeship Standards (DAS) and the Labor & Workforce Development Agency have released Advancing Apprenticeship in California: A Five-Point Action Plan to expand the state’s number of apprentices to a half-million by 2029. This comes as California invests significantly in apprenticeship via the 2022-2023 state budget.
“Apprenticeship is a key strategy for meeting California’s workforce development needs,” said Labor Secretary Natalie Palugyai. “With this new intentional funding and our roadmap for expansion, the State is creating equitable onramps to careers and opportunities for upward mobility for Californians.”
The Five-Point Action Plan was developed in response to Governor Newsom’s goal of serving 500,000 apprentices in California by 2029. This plan sets up the framework and strategies to meet that ambitious goal through new and revised policies. These include refining state policies and processes in many different sectors, addressing gender imbalance in the building trades, and creating more opportunities for youth through apprenticeship and pre-apprenticeship programs.
“We developed this plan through collaborative discussions and engagement with employers, educators, labor and community groups,” said DIR Director Katie S. Hagen. “This funding will help lay the groundwork for a major expansion of the apprenticeship model, which allows workers to earn as they learn on the job.” The plan’s five points include:
The 2022-2023 budget invests over $231 million in apprenticeship-related spending this year and more than $480 million over the next three years. New funding includes $175 million to create apprenticeship innovation funding for non-traditional programs, $65 million to create a youth apprenticeship grant program, $15 million to fund a unit that works to advance women in construction, and an increase of over 30% to the reimbursement rate for training in building and construction apprenticeships.
The Department of Industrial Relations’ Division of Apprenticeship Standards consults with employers to develop a skilled workforce, by establishing innovative apprenticeship programs that offer training, to create viable career pathways for Californians.
Contact: Communications@dir.ca.gov, (510) 286-1161
The California Department of Industrial Relations, established in 1927, protects and improves the health, safety, and economic well-being of over 18 million wage earners, and helps their employers comply with state labor laws. DIR is housed within the Labor & Workforce Development Agency