1. A 22nd horse suffered fatal injuries Thursday at Santa Anita. The filly broke both front legs at the end of a workout on the main dirt track and had to be euthanized.
2. The San Marino head football coach search continues on as interviews were concluded last week according to sources. Thomas Camerano, who was an assistant last year under Mike Hobbie, interviewed for the position but has since pulled his name from consideration.
3. Washington beat USC 78-75 in the second round of the Pac 12 Tournament ending the Trojans season.
4. Free agent quarterback Teddy Bridgewater has decided to stay in New Orleans as a backup to Drew Brees rather than pursue a starting opportunity with his hometown Miami Dolphins.
5. Former UCLA men’s head soccer coach Jorge Salcido and USC’s former water polo coach Jovan Vavic are among several college coaches who have been charged in the College Admissions Cheating Scandal.
6. The Oakland Raiders, who just acquired wide receiver Antonio Brown from the Pittsburgh Steelers, have released receiver Jordy Nelson and quarterback A.J. McCarron.
7. Duke’s Zion Williamson, who has been out since February 20 with a left knee injury, rejoined the team Thursday night and led the Blue Devils to an 84-72 win over Syracuse in the first round of the ACC Tournament. Williamson went 13 for 13 from the floor with 29 points and 14 rebounds.
8. Arroyo was back on the football field for the first time last Saturday. “Just us and 1 day a week,” said Arroyo HC Jim Singiser.
9. On this day in 1988 the St. Louis Cardinals officially moved to Phoenix, Arizona.
10. Arizona State beat UCLA 83-72 to advance to the semi finals of the Pac 12 Tournament and possibly end the Bruins season.