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The Miami Dolphins have invited members of the Parkland, Florida, community to announce the team’s selections on the third day of next week’s NFL draft, a team spokesman told ESPN.

As of now, plans call for 18 seniors from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, as well as the family of slain assistant football coach Aaron Feis, to participate in the announcements in Rounds 4-7.

Feis was one of 17 people killed in a Feb. 14 mass shooting at the school. More than a dozen were wounded. Witnesses said Feis died shielding students from gunfire.
The family of Aaron Feis, the slain football coach at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, along with 18 students from the school are set to announce the Dolphins’ draft picks in Rounds 4-7. Mark Wilson/Getty Images
Head football coach Willis May told the Sun-Sentinel in February that Feis, 37, was the first to respond to the initial code red from school security.

“I heard Aaron say, ‘No, that is not firecrackers,’” May said. “That’s the last I heard of him.”

According to his biography on the school’s athletic website, Feis graduated from Stoneman Douglas in 1999, returned to the school as a coach in 2002 and served as head coach of the junior varsity team for eight seasons. He also served as the school’s college recruiting coordinator. It said he lived in nearby Coral Springs with his wife and daughter.

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NEW YORK — No one will accuse Aaron Boone of sleeping on the job.

Coming off a rugged extra-inning loss that stretched past midnight and cost his team four players to injuries and illness, the new Yankees manager didn’t have much time to prepare for Saturday afternoon’s game.

So he slept at Yankee Stadium. He said it wasn’t in his office, but it was a comfortable spot.

“I actually stayed here last night,” Boone said after New York beat the Baltimore Orioles 8-3. “We had so much going on last night. I actually got a good night’s sleep, but it did come quick.”

Sonny Gray pitched six effective innings and rookie Miguel Andujar hit a tiebreaking sacrifice fly before the Yankees broke away.

It was 3-all in the sixth before Andujar’s sacrifice fly, scoring Didi Gregorius with his first RBI of the season.

Austin Romine hit a soft pop to shallow right later in the inning that bounced out of first baseman Chris Davis’ glove for a single, allowing Tyler Austin to score and chasing starter Chris Tillman (0-2).

The day after the Yankees used eight pitchers in a 14-inning marathon, Gray gave his team some welcome length. The righty was charged with three runs on four hits, walking two and striking out four.

“We needed it,” Gray said. “Any time you lose a game like we did last night it’s important that you come in the next day, especially with the quick turnaround that we had, it’s important to come in and to win that next game.”

Gray (1-0) dodged trouble with his final batter thanks to newcomer Jace Peterson, who was signed to a major league contract before the game. With runners on second and third and two outs, Peterson snagged Pedro Alvarez’s hard-hit liner on the run, slamming into the left-field wall after making an acrobatic catch.

“You’ve got to prepare to be ready for this opportunity always, no matter what happens in the spring or what happens the day before,” said Peterson, who had played just 40 of his 383 big league games in left field before Saturday. “I was fortunate to run it down and make the play.”

David Robertson entered in the seventh with one out and runners on second and third, fanning the dangerous Manny Machado and Jonathan Schoop to preserve the 5-3 lead. Robertson struck out four of the five batters he faced.

Aaron Judge tied the score at 3-all with an RBI groundout in the fifth. He also hit an RBI double in the seventh, giving New York a 6-3 advantage.

Judge has driven in at least one run in a club-record 14 straight home games, tied for fourth-longest since RBI became an official stat in 1920.

Gardner safely reached base four times despite playing on fumes, including a two-run single in the second that gave the Yankees an early lead.

“It’s easy to go home and go to sleep if you win but if you lose a game like that it makes it somewhat more difficult,” Gardner said. “I remember laying in bed last night at, I don’t even know what time it was, but wishing and praying that I could somehow fall asleep.”

Pedro Alvarez doubled in a run in the fourth for the Orioles, a day after hitting a game-breaking grand slam in the 14th.

Machado tied it in the third with a two-out, two-RBI double into the left-field corner. The three-time All-Star is 5 for 9 with two home runs and four RBI over the past two games

Making his 200th career start, Tillman allowed five runs on eight hits and four walks over 5 1/3 innings, striking out three. He is 0-9 with an 8.63 ERA since earning a victory on May 7, a span of 20 starts.

“There is still another level we know he can go to but we really had a need to get some length out of our starter today and Chris provided that, kept us engaged in the game,” manager Buck Showalter said.


Orioles: OF Colby Rasmus (left hip flexor strain) was placed on the 10-day disabled list. … Mark Trumbo (right quad strain) was expected to play first base in an extended spring training game.
Yankees: LHP CC Sabathia (right hip strain) and 3B Brandon Drury (severe migraines) were both put on the 10-day DL. Sabathia’s MRI results were clean and the club hopes he misses just one start. Drury has been dealing with serious headaches, which have been causing blurry vision. He will undergo tests beginning Monday and there is no timetable for his return. … INF Tyler Wade (flu-like symptoms) received IV treatment and was feeling a little better after experiencing a fever, shakes and dry heaving on Friday. … C Gary Sanchez (leg cramps) was improving after limping off of the field Friday. `’At this point it appears to be minor,” manager Aaron Boone said. … RHP Ben Heller on Friday underwent Tommy John surgery, which also involved removing a bone spur from his right elbow.

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Holding signs with messages such as “Shut it down!” as they converged arm-in-arm outside the Sacramento Kings’ home arena, hundreds of protesters demonstrated this week’s fatal shooting of an unarmed black man before the Kings’ game with the Atlanta Hawks on Thursday.

The massive crowd shut down nearby freeways and gathered in the surrounding streets to protest the police shooting of Stephon Clark, who was unarmed and in the backyard of his grandparents’ house Sunday night. According to reports, police shot at Clark 20 times.

The protest delayed the game for 19 minutes while dozens of police attempted to clear entrances outside of Golden1 Center, where protesters formed a human chain blocking fans trying to attend the game and surrounded main entrances to the arena, before spectators eventually began to trickle in. There was shouting but no apparent violence as frustrated fans waited outside.

Only a few hundred fans made it into the Golden1 Center before police decided to not allow anyone else to enter. Several of those who did get in moved down into the lower bowl of the arena, leaving the upper deck empty. Those fans were also given a free non-alcoholic beverage.
Protesters decrying this week’s fatal Sacramento police shooting of an unarmed black man formed a human chain blocking fans trying to get into the Golden1 Center for Thursday’s Hawks-Kings game. Kelley L Cox/USA TODAY Sports
The Kings later issued a statement regarding potential refunds for those fans who were unable to get inside.

“Tonight’s game began with a delay. Due to law enforcement being unable to ensure ticketed fans could safely enter the arena, the arena remains closed and we ask fans outside to travel home. We will issue further information soon regarding a refund.”

Kings owner Vivek Ranadive addressed the crowd after the game, expressing sympathies to Clark’s family and recognizing the franchise’s role as a community leader.

“We recognize that it’s not just business as usual and we are going to work really hard to bring everybody together to make the world a better place starting with our community,” Ranadive, surrounded by Kings players on the court, told the crowd. “We’re going to work really hard to prevent this kind of tragedy from happening again.”

Kings owner and chairman @Vivek addresses the crowd following tonight’s game.

— Sacramento Kings (@SacramentoKings) March 23, 2018
The protesters earlier marched from Sacramento City Hall and onto a nearby freeway, disrupting rush-hour traffic and holding signs with messages like “Sac PD: Stop killing us!”

The 22-year-old Clark was shot Sunday. Police say they feared he had a handgun when they confronted him after reports that he had been breaking windows. But police found only a cellphone. .

Information from the Associated Press was used in this report.