COST $35 Registration fee 10 per month Uniform and tournament fees extra. Practice days vary per division. Two practices per week and two tournaments per month. Seeking a fun place to play? Ready to compete, work hard and have fun? “Everyone plays”, is our philosophy. So, if this sounds like it might be a home for you. Continue down the page for more player info. TRYOUTS/ROSTER OPENINGS **We are currently seeking: BOYS 11 & Under, 10 & Under GIRLS-11 & Under DEVELOPMENTAL DIVISION COED 6-8 yeras old(Starts in April) ***Days and times are scheduled on our website weekly. CONTACT: To contact the Running Rebels, call (626)393-0991. Team Website.leaguelineup.com/RunningRebelsBasketball E-mail Address:[email protected] 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Damage to the meniscus cartilage in his left knee will force Minnesota Vikings defensive end Kenechi Udeze, a starter in his second NFL season out of USC, to miss the remainder of the season, the team said Thursday. Udeze, hurt in Minnesota’s game against New Orleans on Sept. 25, didn’t play last week at Atlanta. He had arthroscopic surgery Tuesday that revealed a problem more serious than the team originally believed. Seymour appeared to be hurt while playing goal-line fullback during last Sunday’s loss against San Diego. He was the lead blocker on Corey Dillon’s 1-yard touchdown run in the first quarter, and Dillon landed on top of him in the end zone. The Patriots’ medical staff attended to Seymour on the sideline. He missed the next defensive series before returning to the game. Murphy finished: Green Bay rookie receiver Terrence Murphy, who hurt his neck and was taken off the field on a stretcher Monday night, was placed on injured reserve to end his season. Murphy, a second-round draft choice out of Texas A&M, suffered a bruised spinal cord on Thomas Davis’ helmet-to-helmet hit in the second quarter of Green Bay’s 32-29 loss at Carolina. Looking ahead: Miami was awarded the 2010 Super Bowl, a record 10th time the city will host the title game and record 15th time it will be in Florida. Miami, Atlanta and Houston made a final pitch for the marquee event at an NFL owners meeting about 25 miles from Detroit’s Ford Field, where the next Super Bowl will be played. After 2010, Miami will top New Orleans’ record of nine for hosting the most Super Bowl games. Three off the first five Super Bowls – in 1968, 1969 and 1971 – were in Miami and the last one there was in 1999. In other league decisions, the NFL owners voted to extend their commitment to NFL Europe for five more years. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 “Oh, gosh, here we go again,” defensive coordinator Ted Cottrell said. “You lose one of your starting players – that’s a big blow to us, because he was also playing very well.” Spencer Johnson, who became a starter at tackle in the second half of last season as an undrafted rookie, would be the starter at left end if he’s healthy. Johnson (knee) didn’t practice Thursday, and coach Mike Tice said he wasn’t optimistic about him playing on Oct. 16 at Chicago. That leaves rookie Erasmus James, the first-round draft pick from Wisconsin, as the only other player at the position, with Darrion Scott and veteran Lance Johnstone continuing to share time on the right side. Seeing less of Seymour: New England might be without three-time Pro Bowl defensive end Richard Seymour for Sunday’s game in Atlanta. Seymour was not on the field Wednesday or Thursday during the time the media was allowed to view practice. He was listed as questionable on Thursday’s injury report, which said he missed part of practice. The 1-3 Vikings, who don’t play this week, took the news as just another blow to their season. “Just a little bit more adversity,” cornerback Fred Smoot said. “We’ve just got to get through it.”