RJ Johnson of Canyon Country won the NASCAR Super Late Model season finale at Toyota Speedway at Irwindale, his eighth win in 10 races this season.
Johnson won the Super Late Model championship at the track in his rookie season. It was his third track championship at Irwindale. He won the NASCAR Late Model title last year and the Super Trucks championship in 2009.
A sad note in high school baseball: Mike Gaber, the longtime statistician and scorekeeper for the Hart baseball team, died on Saturday after a long battle with lung cancer. He was 78.
Gaber was a diligent keeper of statistics for the Hart baseball programs and had an endless wealth of knowledge about the Hart baseball teams and players from the past three decades and beyond.
He kept stats and boxscores on Hart baseball for at least the past 28 years and followed the high school careers of some of Hart’s most successful players, including James Shields, Todd Zeile and Andrew Lorraine.
In college basketball, The Master’s College women won a pair of games over the weekend and improved to 5-3 on the young season.
Whitney Best scored 17 points to lead The Master’s College over Southern Nazarene of Oklahoma, 49-43.
Ella Jones was the top scorer for The Master’s College over Ecclesia, 70-57, on Saturday night.
In hockey, the Kings shut out the San Jose Sharks, 2-0, behind goals from Mike Richards and Ethan Moreau.
Jonathan Quick recorded his NHL leading fourth shutout of the season. Moreau scored his first goal of the season.
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