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Bob Highfill

Bob Highfill has worked in The Record’s sports department since 1990. He has covered a variety of sports, including high schools, Pacific and professional sports. In 2006, he was named sports editor. Bob is a graduate of Lincoln High and the University of Southern California. He and his wife, Christiane, live in Stockton.

Thunder-Reign, Game 4, 2nd period recap

From Record Correspondent George Alfano in Ontario. With 2 minutes remaining in the second period, Ontario still leads Stockton, 1-0. Thunder captain Garet Hunt is assessed a five-minute major and a game misconduct. Thunder kill the five-minute penalty without allowing a goal. Stockton had a power play at 2:45 into the second period. It was the Thunder’s third power [...]

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Thunder-Reign, Game 4, 1st period recap

From Record stringer George Alfano in Ontario. Ontario leads 1-0 after one period in Game 4. Yasin Cisse skated down the right side and slid a pass for Chris Crane, who put it in the net at 2:30 of the first period. The line of Cisse, Crane and Tyler Gron has played very well tonight, although Stockton [...]

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Thunder at Reign, Game 3, 1st period recap

 This report is courtesy of Record stringer George Alfano from Ontario The Thunder started somewhat tentatively in the first three minutes of the game, but had the better of things after that.             Ontario made some sloppy passes in their defensive zone, but it was a penalty against Matt Register which gave the Thunder a power-play [...]

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So Long Stagg Stadium

Reaction to the pending demolition of Stagg Memorial Stadium has made some nostalgic for Friday nights watching high school football under the lights and Saturday afternoons and evenings watching the Pacific Tigers play football. The 64-year-old relic will be razed to make room for tennis courts, a soccer field and a field hockey playing suface. [...]

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Cooks is red hot at Oregon State

   Lincoln High graduate Brandin Cooks, a junior wide receiver at Oregon State, leads the nation in most receiving categories through six games entering Saturday’s game at Cal. Cooks credits his success to his faith and an offseason that included long workouts in the summer heat of Corvallis, Ore., and bonding experiences with his teammates, including post-workout barbecues. “I’m [...]

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Pats not the right fit for Lavelle

Edison grad Lavelle Hawkins has had an eventful few months. In May, the receiver was released after five seasons by the Titans, the team that drafted him out of Cal in 2008. Just days later, he signed a two-year deal with the Patriots, but that didn’t work out and he was released in July. Days later, [...]

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Judge taking BP

Linden High graduate Aaron Judge took batting practice with his new parent club, the New York Yankees before Tuesday night’s game with the Athletics in Oakland, according to Pacific softball coach Brian Kolze, who was at the game. Must have been exciting for the kid from Linden, taking BP with the Yankees in a major-league ballpark. Judge [...]

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Sage advice for McCloud

Pacific senior guard Lorenzo McCloud said he received a call of congratulations last Saturday from his good friend, Houston Rockets all-star guard James Harden, following the Tigers’ win over UC Irvine in the Big West Conference Tournament championship game. Harden shared his wisdom with McCloud, who might keep his words in mind when Pacific plays Miami on Friday in [...]

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Making the tournament gives expsoure to Pacific

Pacific athletic director Ted Leland traveled Wednesday to Austin, Texas, with the No. 15 Tigers’ men’s basketball team for Friday’s second-round, East Region matchup with No. 2 Miami. Leland said outside a victory over the Hurricanes, the benefit the Tigers will receive by making the tournament is exposure on national television. “It’s huge exposure in terms of [...]

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Paying Tribute to Coach T

Coach Bob Thomason’s final regular-season game at Pacific was part game, part reunion, as scores of his former classmates at Clayton Valley High in Concord, former teammates from his days at Pacific, and former players in his 25 years of coaching paid their respects at Spanos Center. All were in a gleeful mood following the [...]

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