NEWPORT (CBSLA) – A 27-year-old man accused of killing his parents and their housekeeper in their home in an upscale Newport Beach community reportedly lived with the bodies for several days before turning himself in to police.,Camden Burton Nicholson was booked on suspicion of committing the triple murder last month, according to Heather Rangel of the Newport Beach Police Department.,RELATED: Coroner IDs Victims In Newport Beach Triple-Murder

Newport Beach police performed a welfare check on Feb. 13 at 36 Palazzo, according to Rangel.,Prosecutors allege Camden Nicholson killed his parents inside the home on Feb. 11 and, a day later, killed Morse when she arrived at the house, according to The Los Angeles Times.,Camden Nicholson turned himself in at a hospital in Irvine on Feb. 13. read more

GLENVILLE — Aside from scoring his 1,000th career point here Saturday night at Glenville State College’s Waco Center, Williamstown’s Cullen Cutright had game-highs of 24 points and 10 rebounds to help lead the No. 8 Yellowjackets to an 83-62 victory versus Braxton County in the Little Kanawha Conference Night of Champions consolation affair.,SUMMERSVILLE — Wood County Christian capped its 2018-19 season on a winning note, defeating Mercer Christian 56-54 Saturday in a West Virginia Christian Athletic Tournament consolation game.,WELLSTON, Ohio — After beating Fairfield Union twice in the regular season, Warren High fell to the Falcons 38-30 in a Division II sectional final Saturday at Wellston High School.,Warren (11-9) mustered just two points in the first quarter and trailed 10-2 after eight minutes.,GLENVILLE — Gilmer County escaped with a 53-52 win over Doddridge County Saturday in a sectional tournament opener.

100 Freestyle: Troie Gruggs, Galion; Abbie Masi, Lexington; Olivia Newman, Lexington; Kassie Stine, Shelby; Cassidy Vogt, Colonel Crawford; Jillianne Gregg, Colonel Crawford; Sari Conner, Galion; Shelby Keever, Ontario; Ava Perkins, Lexington; Sarah Scott, Bucyrus.,100 Butterfly: Rylie White, Shelby; Sarah Malaska, Lexington; Lily Weeks, Lexington; Amy Evans, Ontario; Anna Shaffer, Lexington; Madeline Keller, Colonel Crawford; Kennedy Speck, Galion; Morgan Young, Bucyrus.,200 Individual Medley: Alli McFarland, Lexington; Sage Moore, Lexington; Reyna Hoffman, Shelby; Kaisey Speck, Galion; Sarah Malaska, Lexington; Emma Swisher, Colonel Crawford; Jadyn McPherson, Shelby; Myla Creed, Ontario.,200 Medley Relay: Lexington; Colonel Crawford; Shelby; Ontario; Galion; Bucyrus; Madison.,200 Freestyle: Wilson Cannon, Lexington; Kenton Cordrey, Ontario; Weston Rose, Galion; Alec Dicus, Galion; Jacob Hathaway, Lexington; Jadon Wyant, Lexington; Lucas Starling, Lexington; Logen Cline, Shelby; Clay Karnes, Galion; Noah Anderson, Mansfield Senior; Mitchell Ballenger, Mansfield Christian.

The Thunder got out to a 2-0 first period lead after goals by Blake Devries and Kael Delzer.,They extended that lead to 5-0 in the second period after power play goals by Delzer, Camden Nayman and Ryan Nolan.,The Thunder put the finishing touches on their victory in the third period when Alec Humke scored a goal to clinch a 6-0 victory.,Thunder goalie John Young had 22 saves on 22 shots on goal.,Scoring Summary for Oahe Capitals vs. Rushmore Thunder-2/8

* R-Blake DeVries goal, assist by Seth Stock read more

Austintown 62, Lakeside 34

Sabria Hunter scored 29 points as Fitch clinched the All-American Conference Red Tier.,Boardman was led by Katie Stamp with 12 points and 12 rebounds.,Kyla Jamison led the Quakers with 15 points and eight rebounds and Ellie Davidson and Echo Mayer-Kutz each scored 14.,Neither team scored any points in the second quarter.,Sydney Ogden scored a game-high 21 points in defeat for Heartland Christian. read more

Those garnering first-place ribbons at the state competition in Bangor were, in the girls’ ages 7-8 age group, Brenna Carlow of Easton in the 50-meter dash (9.63 seconds) and the 800-meter run (3:36.92), Shara Fraser of Caribou in the 100-meter dash (18.09), Sophie Blackstone of Easton in the 200-meter dash (39.33), Sophie Weston of Houlton in the standing long jump (5 feet, 8 inches) and Lillian Bell of Caribou in the softball throw (59 feet, 7 inches)., In the girls’ 9-10 division, placing first were: Mylee Sylvia of Houlton in the 50 (8.21) and the standing long jump (6-7), Leah Hebert of Fort Kent in the 100 (16.61) and the 200 (34.13) and Madeleine Martin of Fort Kent in the 400 (1:26.22)., Boys in the 9-10 age group capturing wins were: Joshua Harvell of Presque Isle in the 50-meter dash (8.03), Aden Jeffers of Fort Kent in the 100 (15.18), the 200 (31.75) and the softball throw (103-0), Kaleb Nickerson of Fort Fairfield in the 400 (1:19.88) and Jaden Jeffers of Fort Kent in the standing long jump (6-5)., The 11-12 girls’ division athletes earning wins were: Camille Callnan of Houlton in the 100 (15.05) and the 200 (32.13), Olivia Locke of Presque Isle in the 1,600 (6:45.36), Lily Oliver of Fort Kent in the 400 (1:12.65) and the standing long jump (7-2), Ariana Ardell of Houlton in the 800 (3:22) and Elizabeth Roy of Fort Kent in the softball throw (118-3)., For the girls’ 13-14 division, coming in first were: Emily Straetz of Presque Isle in the 100 (14.94), the 200 (31.21) and the softball throw (115-3) and Nancy Martin of Fort Kent in the 400 (1:15.86) and the standing long jump (7-8).