(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in “The TEN”)
- The Tampa Bay Buccaneers plan to release running back Leonard Fournette as per his request.
- Former Pasadena head coach Dejuan Shamburger has joined Robert Maxie’s staff at Baldwin Park.
- Dodgers infielder Gavin Lux suffered a torn ACL Monday in a spring game against San Diego Monday and is out for the season.
- Lakers star LeBron James is out for an extended period of time with a right foot injury. He will be reassessed in two weeks.
- Charlotte Hornets star LaMelo Ball fractured his right ankle in Monday night’s win over the Detroit Pistons. The Hornets are not sure how long he will be out at this time.
- “Mike Moschetti from La Mirada will be the new St. Paul coach. The new Cantwell coach will be Zepeda from St. Paul.”- MVS Commenter “Purple Fan”.
- AP College Basketball Top 5: 1. Houston 2. Alabama 3. Kansas 4. UCLA 5. Purdue.
- Former Virginia head basketball coach Terry Holland passed away at the age of 80 the school announced Monday. Holland coached Virginia for 16 years after taking over in 1974. He landed the nation’s most coveted recruit 7-foot 4 Ralph Sampson in 1979 and the program took off from there.
- On this day in 1969 New York Yankees legend Mickey Mantle announced his retirement due to persistent knee issues. He finished his 18-year career with 536 home runs and a .298 career batting average.
- Miami Dolphins receiver Tyreek Hill turns 29 today.
3 Comments to "The TEN: 3/1/2023"
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Shuffle the deck , more retreads
I don’t think La Mirada has much upside at this point with new league configuration. Moschetti should go to St Paul
what a great hire for St. Paul, Coach Moschetti will get that program back to the top where it belongs.
I can imagine Zepeda at Cantwell, but Moschetti isn’t going to leave LM, where tuition is free and he’s well on his way toward restoring that program. Sad to report that Zepeda was the best St. Paul could get at this point in its history, and the school is going to discover the grass is not greener on the other side of false optimism.