The TEN: 5/17/2012


(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)

1.) Former Alhambra quarterback Dominic Breazeale has qualified for the U.S. Olympic boxing team in the super heavyweight division.

2.) Former Temple City National Dodger Jonathan Serven just signed a scholarship to play baseball at Long Beach State  and is expected to be selected in the Major League Draft next month.

3.) The Kings 4-0 win over Phoenix was their ninth consecutive playoff road victory (seven this season and two in 2011) tying the New York Islanders’ NHL record.

4.) Jeff Carter.

5.) Bellflower’s Ryan Hunley 2011 stats – junior year: Rushing: 143-1308 yards -11TD.

6.) Larry Bird becomes the first man ever to win NBA Executive of the Year, Coach of the Year and MVP.

7.) Arcadia HC Chris Long played with Charlie Batch at Eastern Michigan.

8.) Oklahoma City Coach Scott Brooks was a player and an assistant coach for the Los Angeles Stars of the ABA in 2000-2001.

9.) Arcadia kicks off the 2012 season against Rio Hondo Prep in zero week.

10.) “I dunno. I never smoked any Astroturf” – Former Relief Pitcher Tug McGraw when asked whether he preferred grass or Astroturf.


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