The TEN: 1/19/2018

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

1. Stephen Curry and LeBron James are elected captains of the NBA All-Star game.

2. Mike Mooney is out as OC at South El Monte after Mooney and head coach Frank Gallardo mutually agreed that he wouldn’t return due to philosophical differences on offense.

3. Howie Kendrick agrees to a two-year, $7 million deal with the Washington Nationals.

4. The Minnesota Twins hire Jim Kaat (79) as a special assistant to the team.

5. Los Angeles Rams HC Sean McVay is named Coach of the Year by the Pro Football Writers of America.

6. New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady “should be okay” for the AFC Championship game against Jacksonville after suffering a minor hand injury in practice.

7. Neither UCLA or USC is in the AP College Basketball Top 25.

8. The LA Kings are in fourth place in the Pacific Division with 53 points with the Anaheim Ducks fifth with 51.

9. The Los Altos boys basketball team beat Chino 100-50 Wednesday night.

10. On this date in 1974 Notre Dame beat UCLA 71-70 in South Bend, Indiana to snap the Bruins 88 game winning streak.

4 Comments to "The TEN: 1/19/2018"

  1. Ron Vrooman, AHS stat man's Gravatar Ron Vrooman, AHS stat man
    January 28, 2018 - 10:40 am | Permalink

    Sometimes, even championship-caliber players can make bad decisions off the field.
    A substantial number of football players at the University of Miami (under Jimmy Johnson) got into trouble with the law in the 1980’s. And, some members of the Oklahoma Sooners team had legal issues during the time Barry Switzer was the head coach.
    Character is important, and institutional control is a good thing.

  2. annoymous's Gravatar annoymous
    January 26, 2018 - 4:19 pm | Permalink

    There is a lot of dumbcrap football players at Arroyo.
    From T. Peterson: You mean the ones that won the CIF Championship?

  3. January 26, 2018 - 7:02 am | Permalink

    Don’t you worry yourselves none…
    the EMC will be ready come season start. It’s just a speed bump. He’s a champion he’ll bounce back!

  4. Ron Vrooman, AHS stat man's Gravatar Ron Vrooman, AHS stat man
    January 25, 2018 - 11:44 pm | Permalink

    Students typically get sent to a continuation high school for the following reasons:
    1. Lagging behind on credits for graduation.
    2. Behavior issues.
    3. Frequent absences from school and/or cutting classes.

    Some of these students eventually return to a regular school setting, while others end up graduating from continuation school.

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