Calif. high school softball player dies after collapsing during game

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FONTANA, Calif. (Tribune Media Wire) — A California high school softball player who collapsed during a softball game in Fontana, Calif. on Saturday has died, her family confirmed late Wednesday night.

“Tonight our beautiful Dana chose to go with the Lord,” her parents Larry and Julieta posted on her GoFundMe page. “We don’t yet understand his plan for her, but she will make a perfect angel.”

Southland high school first baseman Dana Housley was at bat in the bottom of the 8th inning when she suddenly felt dizzy.

“She turned to look at me, which I thought was kinda odd in the middle of the pitch, and she said ‘coach Angelo, I feel dizzy,’” Angelo Michaels told KTLA on Monday. “As she was walking toward me, her knees started to give way and I caught her.”

The Etiwanda High School student was unconscious as she was…

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Carmelo Anthony Marches in Protest with Baltimore

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Its not something you see everyday, but this image has been shared all over social media and the internet.

NBA star Carmelo Anthony goes to his hometown of Baltimore, MD and joins in on the protest for Freddie Gray.

On Monday Anthony took to Instagram express his thoughts on the protest and riots in his hometown. His expressed his deepest sympathy to the Gray family and the people of Baltimore.

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Many have praised Carmelo for using his voice and presence in Baltimore during an emotional time for the city. The young men of Baltimore could use someone like the NBA to be a voice for their community.

We commend Carmelo for standing up and getting out there.