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Updated 1 hour ago Text size Starting fives Ohio State's Jared Sullinger put off the NBA draft, returned for his sophomore season and again was consistently productive (team-leading 17.4 points and 9.1 rebounds). Sullinger's supporting cast is
With six freshmen, Texas coach Rick Barnes planned on the Longhorns needing more than one year to come of age...Their progress wasn't as much about age as it was maturity after the 76-53 romp by Xavier better known for the bloody brawl that led to
calm Clear VIEWED COMMENTED BOYS' BASKETBALL Saturday's boys' regional basketball pairings Associated Press March 10, 2012 SATURDAY'S REGIONALS CLASS 4A At Indianapolis Lawrence Central [17-6] vs. Pike [15-7], 10 a.m. Terre Haute North [19-6] vs.
Yancy Gates scored 16 points and Dion Dixon had 14 to lead Cincinnati to a 72-68 win over Villanova on Saturday in the final game for both teams before the Big East tournament. The Bearcats (22-9, 12-6) got late 3s from Sean Kilpatrick and JaQuon
West rebounded from its 2A girls state quarterfinal loss Thursday with a 48-37 consolation victory over Blaine on Friday morning at the Yakima SunDome. The win means the Bearcats (22-4) have a chance to earn their highest state finish since 1989 when
Contributing writer Published March 01, 2012 It was an unusual position for the W.F. West High School girls basketball team to be in down by six points at halftime to Renton last week in a winner-to-state, loser-out contest. The Bearcats, co-
JaQuon Parker scored a career-high 28 points in a take-it-to-the-hoop attack on Wednesday night, leading Cincinnati to a 72-61 victory over No. The Bearcats (21-9, 11-6 Big East) have won six of their last eight, including home victories over then-No.
Filed Under Centrals Adam Botts (back) and Kaleb Mallory (front) defend against Deltas Jake Greenberg during Tuesdays Class 3A sectional game at Central. / Jordan Kartholl / The Star Press Class 3A Southside Sectional Friday Semifinals 6 p.m. --
The Bearcats played one of their poorest halves of the season in the first two quarters and never recovered, resulting in a 51-42 loss to Ben Davis. Central (16-4) scored only 11 points in the first half on 24 percent shooting and eventually found
Point guard Cashmere Wright scored 22 points, matching his career-high with six 3-pointers, and Cincinnati pulled away from No. Louisville 60-56 on Thursday night. Cincinnati (20-8, 10-5 Big East) went 11 of 27 from behind the