REDDAM’S HOMEBRED LISTING UP TO WIN $100,000 CALIFORNIA CUP TURF SPRINT STAKES BY A HALF LENGTH UNDER GUTIERREZ

first_imgREDDAM’S HOMEBRED LISTING UP TO WIN $100,000 CALIFORNIA CUP TURF SPRINT STAKES BY A HALF LENGTH UNDER GUTIERREZ; TRAINED BY CECIL, SON OF SQUARE EDDIE GETS 6 ½ FURLONGS DOWN HILLSIDE TURF IN 1:12.86RACE IS PART OF LUCRATIVE GOLDEN STATE SERIES FOR CALIFORNIA-BRED OR SIRED RUNNERSARCADIA, Calif. (Jan. 26, 2019)–Attentive to the pace throughout, Racing’s homebred Listing rallied four-wide turning for home en route to a measured half length win in Saturday’s $100,000 California Cup Turf Sprint Stakes at Santa Anita.  Trained by Ben Cecil, the 3-year-old colt by Square Eddie got 6 ½ furlongs down the hillside turf course in 1:12.86.One of four races restricted to California-bred or sired horses on the Saturday program, the Turf Sprint is part of the lucrative Golden State Series, which is sponsored by the CTBA.Breaking sharply from post position five in a field six, Listing went straight to the front out of the gate, but was soon a comfortable fourth, about 1 ½ lengths off the lead after the first quarter mile and rallied strongly when called upon at the dirt crossing.Second, beaten a nose by Irish Heatwave in a state-bred allowance down the hill Jan. 1, Listing was off as the actual 5-2 favorite and paid $7.00, $4.00 and $3.20.Out Reddam’s Yonaguska mare Marquis Diamond, Listing picked up $60,000 for the win, increasing his earnings to $137,400.  Today’s win marked his second stakes score and improved his overall mark to 5-2-1-0.Takeo Square, who was ridden by Rafael Bejarano, was always forwardly placed and finished second, 1 ¼ lengths in front of Tivan.  Off at 5-1, Takeo Squared paid $5.40 and $3.40.Ridden by Kent Desormeaux, Tivan rallied from last for third money and paid $4.80 to show while off at 11-1.Fractions on the race were 22.16, 44.52 and 1:06.89last_img read more

Banning fill-ins, defense enough

first_imgMARINE LEAGUE: Running back and quarterback rest as the Pilots get back on track. By David Saunders STAFF WRITER With a handful of players nursing minor injuries, Banning coach Chris Ferragamo did what few coaches would ever dream of doing – he rested his starting running back and his starting quarterback on the same night. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.That’s how much the team’s game with San Pedro next week means to him and a strong bench and a struggling opponent gave him the luxury to do so. Fullback Joel Panteau filled in for Josh Limosnero as the primary ball-carrier for a resurgent ground game, gaining 120 yards and two touchdowns as visiting Banning scored a 28-0 Marine League victory over Gardena Friday. “After Narbonne, we needed to get back to what got us here and we took out our frustration on Gardena,” Panteau said. “This win got us back on our feet.” Donald Hall chipped in 77 yards and a score on nine carries. Banning (7-1, 2-1) accumulated 293 yards rushing after amassing only 147 yards of total offense a week ago. Quarterback Michael Ponce did his part while filling in for Anthony Rodriguez, completing a 15-yard touchdown pass to Carlos Fernandez to get Banning on the board in the first quarter. “He was calm in the pocket and didn’t make many mistakes and that’s all I asked of him,” Ferragamo said. Not to be outdone, Banning’s defense dominated Gardena (0-8, 0-3), holding the Panthers to 176 yards of total offense, 62 of which came on a first-quarter option run by quarterback Keshaun Malone. Malone’s sideline scamper was the highlight of an otherwise hectic and at times, painful night for the Gardena signal-caller. While he did gain another 37 yards on six carries, the constant presence of Banning defenders in the backfield resulted in six sacks and an 5-for-14 53-yard passing performance. “He could be good if we could consistently give him time to throw,” Gardena coach Marshall Jones said. “When we can’t protect him, a lot of times there’s not much he can do other than run for his life.” Linebackers Josh Valoaga and Hanipale Suega led the charge for a Banning defensive unit, which played without starting linemen Vae Vae Etuati and Puncho Aiono. Valoaga had 21/2 sacks and Suega added two. Banning also recovered a fumble and an onside kick to start the second half. “We were really, really banged up this week. We wanted our defense to carry us and they did,” Ferragamo said. It was the team’s defense that allowed it to overcome 125 yards of penalties. “We have to cut down on all of our mistakes, but particularly penalties,” Ferragamo said. “We just can’t do that next week.” Banning scored a touchdown in each quarter and had two touchdown drives of more than 61/2 minutes. “We did what we wanted to do today,” Valoaga said. “We can’t take any team lightly.” [email protected] 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

The list of BIG Prem games just got bigger now Brighton and Palace have a date

first_img 2 2 We’ve got Brighton v Palace to look forward to now as well as Liverpool v Man United…201719/08/17: Tottenham v Chelsea26/08/17: Liverpool v Arsenal and Chelsea v Everton09/09/17: Everton v Tottenham and Man City v Liverpool16/09/17: Chelsea v Arsenal and Man United v Everton23/09/17: West Ham v Tottenham30/09/17: Chelsea v Man City14/10/17: Liverpool v Man United21/10/17: Everton v Arsenal and Tottenham v Liverpool28/10/17: Man United v Tottenham04/11/17: Chelsea v Man United and Man City v Arsenal18/11/17: Arsenal v Tottenham25/11/17: Liverpool v Chelsea28/11/17: Brighton v Crystal Palace02/12/17: Arsenal v Man United09/12/17: Liverpool v Everton, Man United v Man City and West Ham v Chelsea12/12/17: West Ham v Arsenal16/12/17: Man City v Tottenham23/12/17: Arsenal v Liverpool and Everton v Chelsea30/12/17: Tottenham v West Ham 201801/01/18: Arsenal v Chelsea01/01/18: Everton v Man United13/01/18: Liverpool v Man City and Tottenham v Everton31/01/18: Tottenham v Man United03/02/18: Liverpool v Tottenham10/02/18: Tottenham v Arsenal24/02/18: Arsenal v Man City24/02/18: Man United v Chelsea03/03/18: Man City v Chelsea10/03/18: Man United v Liverpool31/03/18: Chelsea v Tottenham and Everton v Man City07/04/18: Chelsea v West ham, Everton v Liverpool and Man City v Man United14/04/18: Tottenham v Man City and Crystal Palace v Brighton21/04/18: Arsenal v West Ham28/04/18: Man United v Arsenal05/05/18: Chelsea v Liverpool Find out when Man United take on Liverpool and many other massive Premier League games last_img read more