(“The TEN” is not a ten but ten items worth being included in “The TEN”)
1. Former Norwalk Lancer Rashaad Penny became the 14th player in SDSU history to break the 2,000 yard mark for his college career. Penny has 716 yards this season and is second in the Division I behind Bryce Love of Stanford.
2. After averaging only 17.5 points in their last two games that were losses, the APU Cougars went on the road to Canada and dropped 83 on Simon Fraser including 53 in the first half.
3. Although he missed five weeks earlier this season, Clayton Kershaw became MLB’s first 18 game winner in 2017 beating the Giants 3-1. The win helped the Dodgers maintain a 1.5 game lead for the best record in baseball.
4. Florida State dropped out of the AP top 25 for the first time since 2011.
5. Kurt Scoby rushed for 173 yards and three touchdowns in his 2017 debut for APU. The 173 yards came on only 11 carries and mostly in the first half.
6. Fomer Laker Bob McAdoo turns 66 today.
7. Just a few moments after the Dodgers recorded the final out for Kershaw’s 18th win, Cleveland’s Corey Kluber won his 18th. It was the third time in the last four years that Kluber has won 18.
8. On this day in 1984 New York Met Rusty Staub joined Ty Cobb as the only players to hit a home run in their teens and their 40’s.
9. Muir at Crescenta Valley Friday night at 7:00 pm at Glendale High School.
10. “I guess the one thing it does mean is, you take pride in your consistency. I think it’s really important for a starter to be out there every five days.” Clayton Kershaw