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email@example.comWhile many other college basketball writers and analysts have Kentucky projected as a top-five team going into next season, Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook editor Chris Dortch isn’t sure his preseason publication will have the Wildcats quite...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLEXINGTON - Sophomore Doron Lamb has been able to sign a lot of autographs and meet numerous people since Kentucky won the national championship about three weeks ago. However, Lamb found time to visit young patients at Kentucky Children's Hospital in...
Things look pretty bleak at State U. in the short-term. By short-term, I mean the next couple of years...give or take a couple of years...or more.. It's all up in the air out there in Storrs. It makes me wonder if the Mayans were predicting the...
Contributing writerDavid Logue remembers the final year he played basketball at Junction City High School, when the team outscored Danville Admirals to take the 45th District tournament championship in 1962. “It was an uphill battle to beat Danville,” he said....
email@example.comATLANTA — Indiana managed to score 90 points against Kentucky and shoot 52 percent from the field Friday and did things to the UK defense other teams have not done. Vanderbilt’s 74 points in a nine-point loss to UK were the most points the...
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1987 -- Derek Hamilton scored 10 of his 17 points during a 16-4 streak that lifted Southern Mississippi to that state's first Division I postseason basketball championship, an 84-80 decision over LaSalle in the 50th National Invitational Tournament...
Mixed reviews by draft analysts suggest Austin Rivers may not be a lottery pick in the NBA Draft. But the ever-confident former Winter Park standout told the Sentinel in a Tuesday afternoon phone interview he plans to be on that elite list of the first...
GIRLS' BASKETBALL Aberdeen Central: Tiffany Lundberg, Megan Jordre, Kelcey Schaunaman, Kayla Schaunaman, Morghan Deiss. Aberdeen Roncalli: Allison Thielsen, Abbey Wilson, Abby Woytassek, Caitlin Geyer, Allie Simmons, Destini Steckler, Taylor Fauth....
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firstname.lastname@example.orgNEW ORLEANS — Darius Miller is the one Kentucky player who understands the UK-Louisville rivalry better than any other Wildcat who likely will play in Saturday’s Final Four game against the Cardinals. Miller not only grew up in Mason County...
The Baltimore SunSay what you will about John Calipari. Call him a sleaze-bag (he's been called worse) for his recruiting methods. Rip him for the vacated seasons and Final Four appearances at Massachusetts and Memphis when players and agents did questionable things on...
Junior guards Wyatt Krogman and Nic Waln led White River to a state title this season and lead a pair of all-state teams. Krogman and Waln guided White River to the State B boys' basketball title over Viborg-Hurley. Krogman headlines the guard-heavy...
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Two South Dakota college state track and field records were broken in less than one hour Friday at the Dakota Duals at Williams Field in Yankton. The recording-setting performances were thrown by University of South Dakota teammates. Sophomore Cody...
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