By Rahsaan Thomas, San Quentin News Sports Editor Incredible, but true: The San Quentin Warriors defeated members of their namesake Golden State Warriors by four points, 92-88, in a hard-fought basketball game on the [...]
By Post Staff After throwing the first pitch for the World Series in San Francisco almost five months ago, Mo’Ne Davis is still making headlines in sports news. <
Oh, how you hate to lose! You hate it so much, in fact, that it’s not really an option: you’ll do anything and work hardest to make sure that you’re not finishing last. It’s [...]
Las Vegas, the mecca for boxing, hosted the first series of fights in the Premier Boxing Championship (PBC) boxing series this past weekend at the MGM’s Grand Garden Arena.
On February 13, the Stockton Thunder will host Space Night for the community including a Special Pre-Game presentation and the chance to meet former NASA astronaut Jose. M Hernandez.
In advance of six games in the Bay Area, two stars of the world famous Harlem Globetrotters and youth with disabilities played wheelchair basketball Wednesday afternoon at Edna Brewer Middle School in Oakland.
USF Dons basketball and baseball are in line for major upgrades, thanks to a $5 million pledge to USF Athletics —the largest in the program’s history. The pledge, by Board of Trustees Chairman Tom Malloy [...]
Raiders offensive tackle Menelik Watson donated his week 16 game check, which equates to a gross amount of more than $36,000, to a sick 4-year old girl and her family. Touchdown Dreams, a program founded [...]
The Mare Island Sports Center has been providing space for athletes from around the area to participate in various sporting activities and has recently partnered with the Greater Vallejo Recreation District(GVRD) to manage the Sports [...]
Sam Taylor, Jr., a former professional baseball player who distinguished himself as a good hitter who stole many bases while fielding well, has a fresh sports idea called TESH (The Evolution Starts Here) that is [...]