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Santa Clarita Blue Heat Women’s Soccer Team Splits A Pair Of Games

khts_sportsThe Santa Clarita Blue Heat women’s soccer team beat the first-place Vancouver White Caps, but lost to the Seattle Sounders over the weekend.

Edite Fernandes and Holly Hein scored for the Blue Heat in a 2-1 win over the White Caps. The win put the Blue Heat in first place in the United Soccer League Western Conference.

But the Blue Heat suffered their first loss of the season, a 1-0 shutout, to the Sounders on Sunday.

The Blue Heat are 8-1-3 and will play the LA Strikers at Canyon High School on Wednesday night.

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In baseball, Robinson Cano of the New York Yankees won the All Star Home Run Derby in Phoenix. Cano beat Adrian Gonzalez of the Boston Red Sox in the finals.

Dodgers all star outfielder Matt Kemp didn’t advance past the first round and finished in last place.

The Major League Baseball All Star Game is tonight. Jered Weaver of the Angels gets the start for the American League All Stars. Roy Halladay of the Philadelphia Phillies starts for the National League.

Hart High graduate James Shields of the Tampa Bay Rays is on the American League All Star team, but he is not eligible to pitch because he started on Sunday. Alexi Ogando of the Texas Rangers earned a spot on the All Star team in place of Shields.

The All Star game is scheduled to start at 5.

Santa Clarita Blue Heat Women’s Soccer Team Splits A Pair Of Games

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About Connie Jones

Connie and her husband, John, moved to the Santa Clarita Valley almost 30 years ago. Living in Santa Clarita for that long is the direct opposite of Connie’s childhood. She was an Army ‘brat’ who moved every two to three years. Consequently, she has lived in many states and even spent three years in Europe. All three of her kids went to Santa Clarita schools. Connie says the best thing about her job at KHTS is that she is never bored. “If I’m not smiling, Carl is sure to ask why, just before giving me a mind-boggling project.” “KHTS AM-1220 is an integral part of our community and I’m glad to be a part of it. Besides, the DJs will take my request to play Shania Twain’s ‘Still the One’ for my wedding anniversary – gotta love that!”