U.S. Championships:

20-year-old star registers 274.98 points, a record 
Golf: Bill Haas wins Humana Challenge
Bill Haas scrambles on the final hole to win the Humana Challenge by one stroke. 

NFL: More trouble for Browns' Gordon
Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon has failed another drug test and could be banned by the NFL for one year.  

Sports digest: Ganassi's 'star car' wins 24-hour race at Daytona
Chip Ganassi's all-star driver lineup of three-time IndyCar champion Scott Dixon, Daytona 500 winner Jamie McMurray, Indianapolis 500 winner Tony Kanaan and NASCAR's reigning top rookie Kyle Larson won the prestigious Rolex 24 at Daytona on Sunday to give the team owner his record-setting sixth victory in 12 attempts. 

Mike Krzyzewski gets win No. 1,000
Stanford, Cal women both earn victories in L.A. 

Local sports digest: Bears, Gaels to meet for title
The Cal and Saint Mary's women's tennis teams each posted 4-0 victories Sunday and will meet for the ITA Kick-Off Weekend title Monday at 1 p.m. at newly upgraded Hellman Tennis Complex on the Cal campus.
 

Thompson leads Warriors over Celtics
Klay Thompson follows his record performance with 31 more points as the Golden State Warriors win their 19th straight at home, but not before a ragged fourth quarter helps Boston make it close at the finish. 

Julian Edelman grows into star for Patriots
Julian Edelman is doing the same thing for New England that he did at Woodside High and the College of San Mateo -- making a big impact and proving his doubters wrong. 

Sharks' Burns scores, but Team Foligno loses 17-12 to Team Toews in NHL All-Star game
Team Foligno and San Jose Sharks defenseman Brent Burns were unable to match the offensive pace set by Team Toews, which got four goals from John Tavares of the New York Islanders to help earn a 17-12 win in the NHL All-Star game; Ryan Johansen of the hometown Columbus Blue Jackets won the MVP award 

Raiders add assistant offensive coaches Parmalee, Moore
Oakland Raiders add Bernie Parmalee as running backs coach and Rob Moore as wide receivers coach; Jack Del Rio so far has brought back only one assistant from last year's staff -- secondary coach Marcus Robertson 

Polina Edmonds of San Jose chosen for World Figure Skating Championships
Polina Edmonds, an Archbishop Mitty junior, was selected to compete in the World Figure Skating Championships a day after placing fourth at nationals 

Photos: Inside former Oakland A's star Rickey Henderson's Arizona mansion for sale
Oakland A's great Rickey Henderson has listed a $2.299 million mansion in the Phoenix area.  

Former A's pitcher Ted Lilly accused of insurance fraud
SAN LUIS OBISPO -- Former Major League Baseball player Ted Lilly has been charged in California with three felonies related to insurance fraud, according to a newspaper report. 

NFL players find second careers as entrepreneurs
Many former NFL players find second careers as entrepreneurs
 

Herhold: Penalty against Serra's football team was too harsh
The most revealing aspect of youth sports is the mirror it holds up to society. It's hard to read the story of Serra High School's forfeit of a consolation football game against Milpitas High without thinking long and hard about our concepts of success and authority. 

Stanford routs Arizona State
Stanford men bounce back from loss to Arizona, defeat Arizona State 

College basketball: Saint Mary's beats Portland
Loyola Marymount tops USF on tip-in at buzzer; Kentucky cruises 

Santa Clara beats Pepperdine, tied for third in WCC
Broncos big men help out backcourt stars Jared Brownridge and Brandon Clark in 60-57 win over Waves. 

Miramonte-Berkeley girls basketball game ends in controversy
Berkeley coach pulls players off the court late in fourth quarter 

Local sports digest:
No. 1 Cal women win final race to edge Arizona 

Sports digest: Chris Wondolowski on U.S. Soccer roster
Lindsey Vonn, in first start since setting all-time World Cup record with 63 wins, falls to 23rd in St. Moritz, Switzerland. 

Cal men lose to No. 7 Arizona
Cal is unable to duplicate last season's upset of Arizona 

NHL: Nashville's Shea Weber fires hardest shot in skills event
Hockey World Cup is set for return in 2016 

Local sports digest: Cal men, women swimmers top Arizona
Stanford swimmers sweep Arizona State 

Australian Open: Sharapova, Bouchard advance
Four American women also make it through to Australian Open quarterfinals. 

U.S. Championships: Fremont's Karen Chen is third, San Jose's Polina Edmunds fourth
Ashley Wagner wins the ladies U.S. title for the third time 

Warriors: Jerry West couldn't sleep after Klay Thompson's big night
Warriors executive marveled at Klay Thompson's record-setting night 

Mark Appel eyes major leagues this year
The Houston Astros think Appel, a former Stanford ace, could make his debut this season. 

NFL: Belichick defends Patriots
New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick says his team 'followed every rule to the letter' and describes in detail how his team prepares its footballs on game day. 

Golf: Late collapse costs Kuchar lead in Humana Challenge
Matt Kuchar stumbled late in the third round of the Humana Challenge, handing the lead to Erik Compton, Bill Haas, Justin Thomas and Michael Putnam.
 

 
 
 
 
(Anna Marie Dos Remedios)
Wine: Idle Hour Winery, near Yosemite

Tucked away near Yosemite's southern gate, Anna Marie dos Remedios' Idle Hour Winery makes viognier, pinot noir and tempranillo. 
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Seth Rogen sorry for 'American Sniper' comments

“The Interview” actor compared Clint Eastwood’s movie to a Nazi propaganda film depicted in “Inglourious Basterds” because both dealt with snipers, he says; but his comments were taken by many to suggest he was dismissing “American Sniper” as pro-war propaganda.