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HERCULES — Two teens were arrested Monday after bringing guns to Hercules High and posting pictures on social media with them, police said.

One of the teens is 17, and the other is 15, according to police. Neither appeared poised to do harm, police said.

“There was nothing that indicated there was a mass shooting in the process of
the plan,” Hercules police Cmdr.

Joseph Vasquez said. “On the surface, it just looks like two kids showing off with firearms at the school.”

Police arrested the older teen Thursday night at his home after serving a search warrant, Vasquez said. The younger teen was arrested at the school after police found a bag containing a gun and a loaded high-capacity magazine.

Both teens were arrested on suspicion of possessing a gun on school grounds and possessing an unregistered gun, Vasquez said. The younger teen also is suspected of possessing a loaded high-capacity magazine, Vasquez said.

Both teens were taken to the Contra Costa County Juvenile Hall in Martinez.

Police were called to the campus at 1900 Refugio Road about 1:30 p.m. after receiving reports that two teens had posted to social media pictures of themselves holding guns on the campus, Vasquez said.

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“They were on the campus, in a bathroom,” he said. “Fortunately, we had a couple of people on duty who were school resource officers in the past who saw” the pictures.

School administration members also helped to identify the two teens. Police placed the high school and adjacent Hercules Middle School on lockdown during the investigation. The two schools are on the same property.

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Sports | World Cup: Japan upsets Spain, Germany eliminated after extraordinary finale to Group E

By Ben Morse, CNN

(CNN) — Germany was knocked out of the 2022 World Cup on Thursday after a quite extraordinary finale to Group E, despite beating Costa Rica.

At varying points of the two games, fans of Spain and Japan as well as Costa Rica and Germany each thought that their countries might be on their way to the knockout phase.

Completely outplayed by Spain in the first half and trailing to Alvaro Morata’s first-half goal, somehow Japan stormed back to win 2-1 and top the group.

Japan’s two goals — from Ritsu Dōan and Ao Tanaka — came in the space of three minutes early in the second half.

Germany won 4-2 against Costa Rica, despite trailing at one point, but it wasn’t enough with Japan and Spain going through to the last 16.

Germany coach Hansi Flick said the “disappointment is huge” for Germany’s squad.

“In the first half I was disappointed and very angry at my team and how we allowed the opponent to come back,” Flick said, per Reuters.

“We wanted to score three or four goals in the first half but then we made mistakes. If we had converted those chances, 16 of them.

“But the tournament was not decided today for us. We did not have any efficiency at this tournament and that is why we were eliminated.”

The conclusion to Group E means Japan will face Croatia in the next round, while Spain will play Morocco.

The evening was momentous for another reason — Stéphanie Frappart became the first woman to referee a men’s World Cup match.

Alongside assistants Neuza Back from Brazil and Karen Diaz from Mexico, the French referee was part of an all-female refereeing trio overseeing the match between Germany and Costa Rica.

Everyone, catch your breath

Nine goals, controversial VAR decisions, and the four-time World Cup winner dumped out of the competition at the group stage just as Germany were at Russia 2018 — these two Group E games will live long in the memory.

Just hours after one European heavyweight, Belgium, had been knocked out, Spain and Germany faced the gauntlet, against Japan and Costa Rica, two teams that had been written off by most soccer experts as having little chance of reaching the last 16 before the World Cup started.

Despite those predictions, this was an evening that began with the possibility that all four teams were capable of progressing to the next stage.

Within the opening quarter of an hour of both games, both European sides looked destined to progress from the group.

At the Al Bayt Stadium, Serge Gnabry headed home in the 10th minute to give Germany a vital lead as it battled to rekindle its hopes of qualifying after a poor start to its campaign when it surprisingly lost to Japan.

Over at the Khalifa International Stadium, Morata headed home a sumptuous cross from right back César Azpilicueta to put Spain ahead.

In doing so, Morata became the second player to score in his first three World Cup appearances for Spain, after Telmo Zarra in 1950, according to Opta.

Following the goal, with both European sides sitting in the qualification spots, Spain and Germany dominated proceedings for the rest of the first half, with Spain enjoying 78% of the possession while Germany had 65% as they restricted the opposition team’s openings respectively.

But the preeminence of the European teams was soon to be challenged — within minutes of the second half beginning in both games, the situation in the group had changed completely.

As he did in the famous victory over Germany, Japan coach Hajime Moriyasu used his substitutes masterfully, bringing on Dōan and his left-footed strike brought Japan level.

Moments later, Tanaka gave the Samurai Blue a shock lead which threw the group into jeopardy.

Tanaka’s goal didn’t come without controversy though. A VAR review ruled the ball hadn’t gone out of play before Tanaka tapped home the cross for a goal.

Just when things seemed like they couldn’t get any wilder — and totally against the run of play — Costa Rica leveled the scores against Germany as Yeltsin Tejeda smashed home a rebound after Manuel Neuer couldn’t hold a powerful effort from Kendall Waston.

But the mental maths for coaches, players and fans was only just beginning.

Costa Rica took a stunning lead as Juan Pablo Vargas prodded home after an frantic goalmouth scramble to leave Germany trailing.

With just over 20 minutes remaining in the two games, Spain and Germany — both recent World Cup winners — were in danger of going home.

Costa Rica’s hopes were quickly dashed as a quickfire double from substitute Kai Havertz and a late Niclas Füllkrug goal ensured Germany — after a rollercoaster evening — would claim three points.

However, Spain’s 7-0 win over Costa Rica in its first group game — thereby ensuring a healthy goal difference — was now proving a lifeline to Luis Enrique’s side getting out of the group and condemning Germany to finish third.

Germany desperately needed a Spain goal to climb back into the qualification spots. But Spain was unable to break a resolute Japan defense down, and never really troubled Shūichi Gonda in goal, despite seven minutes of added time.

After scraping through thanks to its goal difference, Spain coach Enrique was critical of his side’s performance.

“I am not happy at all. Yes, we have qualified, I would have liked to be on top of winning this game. This was impossible because in five minutes, Japan scored two goals … we were out, we were dismantled,” Enrique said during a press conference, per Reuters.

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