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Jeanne Kenney didn't sound like a player on a team stuck in a five-game slide. She was too impressed by the way LSU climbed out of a 21-point halftime hole against No. Tennessee before finally succumbing to its old Southeastern Conference nemesis.
Bria Goss scored 11 points, including two clutch free throws with 10.8 seconds remaining, to lift No. Kentucky to a 63-56 win over 14th-ranked LSU Sunday at Memorial Coliseum. The Wildcats (17-5, 5-4 Southeastern Conference) rebounded from Thursday's
Freshman Raigyne Moncrief scored a season-high 27 points and Theresa Plaisance added 16 to lead No. LSU to a 69-65 win over Rutgers on Friday in the Women's Invitational at Barclays Center. LSU (5-1) was missing DaShawn Harden and Danielle Ballard,
Baylor without a field goal during a span of more than 6 minutes in the first half. Only problem, the Lady Tigers still trailed by double digits when that stretch was done, and Baylor went on to a 99-31 victory Thursday night. The Lady Bears extended
Tell us Special to the Star-Telegram It's a quick turnaround for the TCU women's basketball team as the Horned Frogs host Grambling State at 7 p.m...Rebounding helped win an ugly shooting game for TCU (2-1) on Saturday and has become a positive for
In Game 1 of Wednesdays second-round doubleheader, Harris County went to the games final inning tied with visiting Northgate, but couldnt pull out a win. Facing elimination, the Lady Tigers were in the same situation in Game 2...Catcher Sarah Kate
CDT News Observer photo/Chris Brown Kiersten Seagle bats for the Lady Rebels during Thursday's victory over West Hall. The Lady Rebels swept a pair of Region 7-AAA games last week, beating Dawson County 7-4 and West Hall 15-0.
Down one game and already trailing Game 2 10-0, it appeared the Harris County volleyball team would succumb to Northside for its first area loss of the season...The Lady Tigers slowly battled back in the closely contested second game before cruising
On a beautiful, sunny spring day the Tigers won all four games that were played. The Dunsmuir Tigers won both baseball games by the scores of 16-0 and 11-2. Mason Mekeel pitched and won the first game for the Tigers and CJ Palmer won the second game.
Summit High's Isidra Luna Torres gets a foot on the ball in first-half soccer action against Eagle Valley Friday afternoon at Tiger Stadium...Summit Daily / Mark Fox As the wind whipped through Tiger Stadium on Friday night, the Lady Tigers' soccer