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      Johnson leads Iowa State women in upset of No. 6 Texas

      Iowa State missed the NCAA Tournament last season after a nine-year run. On Friday night, the Cyclones took a big step toward making a return. Seanna Johnson scored 22 points, including 10 straight for the Cyclones in the third quarter, and they upset No. 6 Texas 70-66 Friday for their fourth straight victory. Down two with seven minutes remaining, Iowa State (17-11, 8-9 Big 12) took control with a 9-0 run. "That's one of the biggest wins we've had in a long time," coach Bill Fennelly said. "Texas is a Final Four caliber team." Bridget Carleton scored 18 points for Iowa State, including a 3-pointer from well behind the line just before time ran out in the third quarter after making a steal. But

    • No. 4 Baylor beats Texas Tech, clinches Big 12 title
      USA Today

      No. 4 Baylor beats Texas Tech, clinches Big 12 title

      WACO, Texas (AP) — Nina Davis scored 16 points, coach Kim Mulkey reached her 500th career victory and No. 4 Baylor claimed its seventh straight Big 12 regular-season title with an 86-48 win over Texas Tech on Saturday. The Lady Bears' victory, combined with Iowa State's 70-66 upset of No. 6 Texas on Friday night, gave Baylor the outright championship with one game remaining. It also made Mulkey the second-fastest coach to reach the 500-win milestone. Only her mentor and former Louisiana Tech coach Leon Barmore needed fewer games (576) to reach 500 wins than Mulkey (594). Baylor (27-2, 16-1) led 28-11 after shooting 62 percent in the first quarter and remained in control the rest of the way. Alexis

    • Prep Roundup: Station Camp girls advance past Henry County
      The Tennessean

      Prep Roundup: Station Camp girls advance past Henry County

      Station Camp’s girls basketball team advanced to the Region 5-AAA Tournament semifinals with a 73-71 victory at Henry County on Friday evening. Emiline Payne (24 points), Jane Deason (21) and Olivia Delk (14) combined for 59 points to lead the Lady Bison (23-7), seeded third from District 9-AAA, past District 10-AAA’s second-seeded Lady Patriots. Station Camp had to hold off a second-half rally from Henry County, as the Lady Patriots outscored the Lady Bison 46-31 in the second half. Station Camp led 25-10 after one quarter, 42-25 at halftime and 57-48 entering the fourth quarter. The Lady Bison will face Clarksville – the No. 3 seed from District 10-AAA – Monday at 6 p.m. at Lebanon. Beech's