Feb 6, 2017



Jornada 8, Estadio Ricardo Saprissa

En un nuevo clásico Nacional es Saprissa que se pone adelante en el marcador al minuto 3 por intermedio del delantero Daniel Colindres , pero la liga llega a la igualdad al minuto 12 con la anotación de Kenner Gutiérrez , finalizando el primer tiempo igualados en el marcador.

Ya en el complemento es Saprissa quien busca el partido y al minuto 12  Julio Cascante le da el segundo gol a el equipo morado, el triunfo  y metiéndolo en zona de clasificación ,terminando el encuentro con victoria Saprissista.

Nota: David Urbina

Fotografia: Josue Rodriguez

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Arrivaron los Halcones de Atlanta campeones de la NFC

Jan 31, 2017

Arrivaron los Halcones de Atlanta  campeones de la NFC

A las 3:15pm el dia Domingo 29 de Enero arrivaron los Halcones de Atlanta  campeones de la NFC en el aeropuerto interconental Bush en la ciudad de Houston, Texas y participaran en el Superbowl el dia Domingo Feb 5 contra los Patriotas de Nuevo Inglaterra en el estadio NRG.

Reportero Joel Briseno
Camarografo Abel Garcia
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Jan 13, 2017


For more than a decade, the San Diego Chargers have worked diligently toward finding a local stadium solution, which all sides agreed was required.  These efforts took on added intensity in the last two years. A year ago, NFL owners granted the Chargers an option to move to Los Angeles.  Rather than immediately exercising that option, the team spent the past year continuing to work on finding a stadium solution in San Diego.

The Chargers worked tirelessly this past year with local officials and community leaders on a ballot initiative that fell short on election day.  That work – and the years of effort that preceded it – reflects our strongly held belief we always should do everything we can to keep a franchise in its community. That’s why we have a deliberate and thoughtful process for making these decisions.

Relocation is painful for teams and communities.  It is especially painful for fans, and the fans in San Diego have given the Chargers strong and loyal support for more than 50 years, which makes it even more disappointing that we could not solve the stadium issue.  As difficult as the news is for Charger fans, I know Dean Spanos and his family did everything they could to try to find a viable solution in San Diego.

Cortesia: NFL

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Jan 6, 2017



SAN DIEGO – The Anaheim Ducks announced today that the National Hockey League (NHL) club has signed goaltender Dustin Tokarski to a one-year contract extension through the 2017-18 NHL season. Per club policy, financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.


Tokarski, 27 (9/16/89), owns a 10-12-5 record with one shutout, a 2.84 goals-against average (GAA) and .904 save percentage (SV%) in 34 career NHL games with Anaheim, Montreal and Tampa Bay. The 6-0, 204-pound goaltender has also appeared in five career NHL Playoff games, including a 35-save effort in a 3-2 overtime win in Game 3 of the 2014 Eastern Conference Final on May 22, 2014 at the New York Rangers.


Acquired from Montreal in exchange for Max Friberg on Jan. 7, 2016, Tokarski has appeared in one game with Anaheim this season, stopping all five shots on Oct. 28 vs. Columbus. He has also posted a 9-6-1 record in 16 games this season with the San Diego Gulls, Anaheim’s primary development affiliate in the American Hockey League (AHL).


Selected by Tampa Bay in the fifth round (122nd overall) of the 2008 NHL Draft, Tokarski has gone 138-99-5 with 18 shutouts, a 2.51 GAA and .910 SV% in 265 career AHL games with Norfolk, Hamilton, Syracuse, St. John’s and San Diego. The 6-0, 205-pound goaltender was an AHL All-Star with Hamilton in 2013-14 and helped lead Norfolk to a Calder Cup Championship in 2012 after compiling a 12-2-0 record with three shutouts, a 1.46 GAA and .944 SV% in 14 AHL playoff games. Tokarski has also won gold with Team Canada at the 2009 World Junior Championship and helped lead Spokane of the Western Hockey League (WHL) to the 2008 Memorial Cup.

Cortesia; San Diego Gulls

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Knicks 84 vs 97 Hornets

Jan 24, 2016

Knicks (22-24, 9-15 visitante)   84 vs 97  (21-23, 16-8 local) Hornets

The Hornets won their previous match against the Orlando Magic, while the Knicks had lost against the Clippers, giving way to a tight match in the first quarter. Knicks were dominating the first quarter, though not by much at a score of 22 to 20.

During the second quarter, Hornets were able to turn it around coming in on top with a score of 45 to 43 just as they entered half time. Hornets continued strong into the third quarter with a great defense, scoring most of their points in the third quarter against the Knicks.

It seemed as if the Knicks had a chance to turn the game around in the last quarter. However, the Hornets scored strong in the third quarter preventing the Knicks from catching up. Jeremy Lin (7) and Kemba Walker (15), scoring 26 points each, led the Charlotte Hornets to a victory over the New York Knicks with a final score of 84 to 97.

By: Eunice Rodriguez

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Arizona Selected to Host 2016 College Football Championship Game

Dec 23, 2013

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.  December 16, 2013. 

The College Football Playoff on Monday selected Arizona to host the 2016 College Football National Championship Game, set for Jan. 11, 2016 at Glendale’s University of Phoenix Stadium. It will be the state’s eighth national championship contest since 1987.

“This is a great day for Arizona,” said Robert Shelton, executive director of the Fiesta Bowl. “Our communities will unite to provide an unmatched experience for all.”

Arizona sports and community leaders teamed up on the proposal, which prevailed over bids by New Orleans, Tampa and Jacksonville. The Arizona Host Committee includes representatives of the Fiesta Bowl, the Arizona Sports and Tourism Authority, the Arizona Cardinals, local tourism bureaus, the hospitality industry and municipalities.

“Arizona has proven itself to be one of the greatest settings for premiere college football events, and has become a favored destination for fans from around the country. The folks in Arizona put together an exceptional bid that really won the day with the management committee.” said Bill Hancock, executive director of the College Football Playoff.

“We thank the College Football Playoff for choosing Arizona and recognizing the strong commitment of our public and private stakeholders,” said Tom Sadler, chairman of the Arizona Host Committee and President of the Arizona Sports and Tourism Authority. “We are grateful for an opportunity to host the title game and set a new standard of excellence.”

Monday’s announcement confirmed Arizona’s status as a destination for elite sporting events and heralded the return of a key economic driver. The last four BCS national championship games played in Arizona – in 1999, 2003, 2007 and 2011 – produced a combined economic impact of $646.2 million, according to studies by Arizona State University.

“Arizonans appreciate the immense value of the national championship game,” Shelton said.

The College Football Playoff kicks off after the 2014 regular season. Each year, two bowl sites will host semifinal games between teams seeded by a selection committee, with the winners advancing to the championship game. After the 2015 regular season, the winners of the Orange and Cotton Bowls will advance to Glendale.

“The College Football National Championship Game represents an evolutionary milestone in the history of college football,” Shelton said. “We have a vast volunteer base that stands ready to support this game. Arizona promises to serve as a progressive host and ensure that the event realizes its incredible potential.”

Arizona has successfully hosted seven college football title games – most recently in 2011, when Auburn defeated Oregon 22-19 in the Tostitos BCS National Championship Game. The contest drew a record 78,603 spectators to University of Phoenix Stadium and remains the most-watched cable television program of all time, with an audience of more than 27 million viewers on ESPN.

Arizona set the standard for the modern college football championship game with the 1987 “Duel in the Desert” between top-ranked Miami and No. 2 Penn State. With an audience of more than 52 million viewers, that contest is the most-watched college football game in history.

Here is a list of the seven national title games played in Arizona:

Date                   Site                                                            Result

Jan. 10, 2011   University of Phoenix Stadium           No. 1 Auburn 22, No. 2 Oregon 19

Jan. 8, 2007     University of Phoenix Stadium           No. 2 Florida 41, No. 1 Ohio State 14

Jan. 3, 2003     Sun Devil Stadium                               No. 2 Ohio State 31, No. 1 Miami 24 (2 OT)

Jan. 4, 1999     Sun Devil Stadium                               No. 1 Tennessee 23, No. 2 Florida State 16

Jan. 2, 1996     Sun Devil Stadium                               No. 1 Nebraska 62, No. 2 Florida 24

Jan. 2, 1989     Sun Devil Stadium                               No. 1 Notre Dame 34, No. 3 West Virginia 21

Jan. 2, 1987     Sun Devil Stadium                               No. 2 Penn State 14, No. 1 Miami 10



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