yc vs Holbrook
@ Findlay Toyota Center, 2:30 p.m. san Luis vs brophy Prep @ buckeye union Hs, 6 p.m. Kofa vs Ironwood
@ Mountain ridge Hs, 6 p.m.
AWC vs yavapai, 12 p.m. (G1) AWC vs yavapai, 2:30 p.m. (G2) @ Walt Kammann Field
AWC vs eastern ariz., 11 a.m. (G1) AWC vs eastern ariz., 1 p.m. (G2) @ Charlie dine softball Field
Mets’ Cohen cautions spending doesn’t mean title this year
PORT st. LUCIE, Fla. – Mets owner steve Cohen cautions the team’s record spending won’t necessarily lead to a World series title this year.
“you know how hard it is to get to get into the World series – as we saw last year, right?” Cohen said Monday at New york’s spring training camp. “so the only thing you can do is put yourself in position where good things can happen. Got to make the playoffs. The team’s got to be healthy. It’s got to be rested. It’s got to be raring to go. and then you let the chips fall where they may. and if you keep putting yourself there, one day we’ll get there. Obviously, I’d love it sooner than later. but, you know, I can’t control that.”
Fangio introduced as Dolphins defensive coordinator
MIAMI Gardens, Fla. – Veteran NFL coach Vic Fangio compared the year he took off from the sidelines to a tenured professor on sabbatical leave.
For the 64-year-old Fangio, whose NFL coaching career spans 35 years, class is in session again.
Fangio was introduced as the Miami dolphins new defensive coordinator at the club’s training facility Monday. Fangio replaces Josh boyer, who was not retained by head coach Mike Mcdaniel after three seasons with the club.
“I think the dolphins have a good thing going here,” Fangio said. “There are good components of the coaching staff led by Mike that made it intriguing to join that. I still have a lot of coaching left in me. It’s who I am and what I enjoy doing.”
Nations: No clarity on neutrality, no Olympics for Russia
The governments of 34 nations released a statement Monday calling on the IOC to clarify the definition of “neutrality” as it seeks a way to allow russian and belarusian athletes back into international sports and, ultimately, next year’s Paris Olympics.
“as long as these fundamental issues and the substantial lack of clarity and concrete detail on a workable ‘neutrality’ model are not addressed, we do not agree that russian and belarusian athletes should be allowed back into competition,” read the statement.
among those signing the statement were officials from the united states, britain, France, Canada and Germany. Those five countries brought nearly one-fifth of all athletes to the Tokyo Games in 2021. Other countries that had suggested an Olympic boycott was possible if the war continues – such as Poland, Latvia, Lithuania and denmark – also signed onto the statement, which did not go so far as to mention a boycott.