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Sports Night: Capital Christian defends title

High school basketball: Underclassmen spark Capital Christian to title

Seniors? Who needs ’em? The Capital Christian High School girls have none on their roster. What they do have, however, is a second straight Sac-Joaquin Section Division V championship after defeating Argonaut 58-36 at Sleep Train Arena. Other girls title games: Rio Linda defeats Christian Brothers in Division III, and Sacramento Waldorf beats Turlock Christian in Division V.

Kings: Collison would like to start, but it’s not a must

Is Darren Collison, who has been playing at a level worthy of a starter, fine with coming off the bench for the Kings? Well, he’s not making a fuss. “Winning is still the No. 1 goal, if I had a list, and I’ll go from there,” the point guard says.

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Andy Furillo: McMurray a champ in life

Sacramento boxing product Bill McMurray, who fought iconic heavyweights Floyd Patterson and Sonny Liston among others, is buried Friday in Dixon. He died of Parkinson’s disease Feb. 23 at age 79. McMurray will be remembered as a gentle giant who cared more about his job and family than boxing.

Today’s video: The night Bill McMurray beat Thad Spencer

A’s: Prospect Manaea off to a sharp start

Sean Manaea, Oakland’s top minor-league pitching prospect, impresses with two scoreless innings in a 9-4 spring training victory over the Colorado Rockies. “It’s still spring training, but seeing all those names behind me – that was really, really cool,” the left-hander says.

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