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  • Prep Sports

    CCS track championships: Branham's Aidan Kirwan wins hurdles events

    SAN JOSE -- Branham's Aidan Kirwan won the 110 high hurdles at Friday's Central Coast Section track and field championship meet at San Jose City College in 14.38 seconds, despite being spiked on his left hand at the sixth hurdle.

    By Glenn Reeves greeves@bayareanewsgroup.com|

  • Prep Sports

    CCS track championships: Valley Christian's Elena Bruckner shatters shot put record

    SAN JOSE -- Elena Bruckner had already set the Central Coast Section record four times and won the section championship in a historic round of throws Friday in the shot put when she settled into the circle for a final attempt.

    By Darren Sabedra dsabedra@mercurynews.com|

  • Football

    San Francisco 49ers' NaVorro Bowman looking good in team drills

    SANTA CLARA -- NaVorro Bowman's surgically repaired knee looked as agile as ever Friday, highlighted by his interception of a Colin Kaepernick fade pass in the end zone as the 49ers closed their second week of organized team activities.

    By Cam Inman cinman@bayareanewsgroup.com|

  • Men's sports

    Kaprielian pitches UCLA past CSU Bakersfield 7-2

    LOS ANGELES (AP) James Kaprielian threw seven strong innings, and Kevin Kramer had three hits and scored twice to lead No. 1 overall seed UCLA to a 7-2 victory over CSU Bakersfield in the Los Angeles Regional on Friday night.Luke Persico and...

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  • NBA basketball

    Stephen Curry's visit thrills Giants and their fans, but A's feel left out

    SAN FRANCISCO -- The Giants moved into first place in the N.L. West for the first time this season, but that wasn't what generated the loudest cheers at AT&T Park Friday night.

    By Andrew Baggarly abaggarly@mercurynews.com|

  • Baseball

    Gray looks sharp as A's top Yankees 6-2

    OAKLAND -- Sonny Gray was limping just a bit the last time he was on the field courtesy of a liner he couldn't dodge.

    By John Hickey jhickey@bayareanewsgroup.com|

  • Prep Sports

    CCS track championships: Valley Christian's Elena Bruckner shatters shot put record

    SAN JOSE -- Elena Bruckner had already set the Central Coast Section record four times and won the section championship in a historic round of throws Friday in the shot put when she settled into the circle for a final attempt.

    By Darren Sabedra dsabedra@mercurynews.com|

  • Baseball

    Giants beat Braves, move into first place

    SAN FRANCISCO -- Buster Posey grew up watching the Atlanta Braves. By the time Posey was a high school senior, he was watching Tim Hudson pitch for the Braves.

    By Andrew Baggarly abaggarly@mercurynews.com|

  • NBA basketball

    Stephen Curry's visit thrills Giants and their fans, but A's feel left out

    SAN FRANCISCO -- The Giants moved into first place in the N.L. West for the first time this season, but that wasn't what generated the loudest cheers at AT&T Park Friday night.

    By Andrew Baggarly abaggarly@mercurynews.com|

  • Men's sports

    Foltynewicz pitches well but Braves fall to Giants, 4-2

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Mike Foltynewicz made one mistake on the mound and it cost him the ballgame.That home run pitch to Buster Posey bothered him, but his inability to get a bunt down bothered him more.Posey hit a two-run homer in the first...

    By Rick Eymer, Associated Press|

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