Goal! Soccer Announcer Andres Cantor Lists L.A. Condo for $3.4M

The sports announcer Andrés Cantor has a big goooooal ahead of him—selling his luxury condo in Los Angeles. The famed Spanish-language soccer play-by-play man is asking $3.4 million for his posh pad. He purchased the contemporary unit in 2010 for $1.48 million.

The broadcaster listed the high-floor apartment in 2015 for $3.1 million, but wasn’t able to sell it.

So it appears that the strategy now is to place the cool crib on the market—at a higher amount. Comparing the listing photos from today with the ones from five years ago, it appears that he’s also had the place staged and rephotographed with a lighter, contemporary look.

The condo is located in the 21-story Wilshire House, and the exclusive residential tower comes with wraparound balconies on every floor and includes a total of 63 units.

The fully renovated two-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom floor plan features an open living room, a dining room,

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Juniata football wins District 6 title behind QB Jacob Condo, Ben Wagner’s late field goal

Ben Wagner kicked a 23-yard field goal in the final minutes Friday at Altoona’s Mansion Park Stadium, sending Mid-Penn newcomer Juniata to a 24-21 victory over Bellefonte in the District 6 Class 4A title game.

Indians’ quarterback Jacob Condo accounted for a pair of touchdown passes, one each to Yaneil Ortiz and Jace White, and Caleb Seeger notched a 63-yard scoring run for the top seed.

Wagner’s game-winning kick came with 3:56 to play, with a Zachary Harr interception stopping the Red Raiders’ final chance. Harr secured two interceptions on the night.

Bellefonte opened the scoring via Chris Paloskey’s 9-yard TD run midway through the first quarter. However, Condo found Ortiz from the Red Raiders’ 17 in the early minutes of the second. White’s 10-yard TD catch also cut down another Bellefonte lead in the second.

Seeger’s big gallop came just seconds after a Jalen Emel TD run put Bellefonte

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