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
No. 7 South Carolina knew thin Texas A&M primarily relied on a six-player rotation, so the Gamecocks planned on pressuring the Aggies from the start. ''We just wanted to speed up the tempo, because they're a team that's well-coached,'' South Carolina coach Dawn Staley said. For their part the home Aggies fell apart, as A'ja Wilson had 21 points and 15 rebounds and the Gamecocks beat A&M 80-64 on Thursday night to remain in Southeastern Conference title contention.
Feb. 23, 2017 Hometown: Waterford, Conn. (now Boston, Mass.) Years with PSWS: 2006-10 Major: Human Development and Family Studies XXXX GoPSUsports.com: How did Penn State prepare you? KS: Penn State prepared me in so many ways as both a soccer player and as a person. As a player, Coach [Dambach] and Ann [Cook] continuously pushed me outside of my comfort zone to become the player and leader that they knew I could be. At the time, I didn't always see their vision but they believed in me and I owe so much to them for preparing me both physically and mentally to play professionally for seven years. Without them, I never would have lasted that long. In general, going to a big school like Penn State