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Lasley scores career-high 17 for Webber International in road loss

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Webber International (Fla.) sophomore guard Amaya Lasley (South Warren Class of 2018) tallied a career-high 17 points in Thursday’s 97-48 women’s basketball road loss to NAIA Division II No. 2-ranked Southeastern (Fla.).

Webber International (4-5 overall, 1-3 The Sun Conference) next hosts Ave Maria (Fla.) on Dec. 7.

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Georgetown College freshman forward Kyran Jones (Bowling Green Class of 2017) tallied four rebounds and two points in the Tigers’ 91-76 men’s basketball win over visiting Cumberlands on Thursday.

Georgetown (10-0 overall, 1-0 Mid-South Conference) next hosts Ohio-Chillicothe on Dec. 13.

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Morrow tallies 5 points for Lipscomb in loss to MTSU

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Lipscomb sophomore forward Keely Morrow (Bowling Green Class of 2018) tallied five points in Wednesday’s 70-49 women’s basketball road loss to Middle Tennessee.

Morrow also contributed with three rebounds and an assist.

Lipscomb (1-7) next is at Tennessee State on Dec. 8.

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Saint Leo (Fla.) junior guard Wade Coomer (Barren County Class of 2016) scored three points in Wednesday’s 86-76 men’s basketball road loss to NCAA Division II No. 22 Florida Southern.

Coomer also tallied two rebounds, two assists and a steal.

Saint Leo freshman forward Jared Coomer (Barren County Class of 2018) added two rebounds.

Saint Leo (6-3 overall, 1-1 Sunshine State Conference) hosts No. 2 Nova Southeastern on Dec. 7.

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John A. Logan sophomore guard/forward Jordan Cousin (Warren Central Class of 2018) tallied seven points in Wednesday’s 94-80 men’s basketball home win over Lewis & Clark (Ill.).

Cousin also had three rebounds and an assist.

John A. Logan (5-4) is at Lake Land (Ill.) on Dec. 7.

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Kentucky Christian junior guard Jordan Buchanan (South Warren Class of 2015) grabbed two rebounds in Wednesday’s 80-58 men’s basketball road loss to Milligan (Tenn.).

Kentucky Christian (1-11 overall 1-7 Appalachian Athletic Conference) is at Allen (S.C.) on Dec. 7.

– Jeff Nations

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APSU's Taylor scores game-high 20 in loss to Razorbacks

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Austin Peay junior guard/forward Terry Taylor (Bowling Green Class of 2017) scored a game-high 20 points in the Governors’ 69-61 men’s basketball loss to Arkansas on Tuesday night.

Taylor added six rebounds and a steal.

Austin Peay (3-4) next hosts North Florida on Dec. 7.

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UAB sophomore guard Tavin Lovan (Franklin-Simpson Class of 2017) tallied a team-high 12 points in the Blazers’ 67-57 men’s basketball road loss to Texas on Tuesday.

Lovan added six rebounds, two assists and a steal.

UAB (4-3) next hosts No. 16 Memphis on Dec. 7.

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Wright State sophomore guard Skyelar Potter (Warren Central Class of 2018) scored six points in the Raiders’ 76-74 men’s basketball win over visiting Western Kentucky on Tuesday.

Potter also grabbed six rebounds in the win.

Western Kentucky redshirt senior guard/forward Jared Savage (Warren Central Class of 2015) totaled eight points and seven rebounds for the Hilltoppers. Savage also had three assists and a block.

Wright State (7-2) hosts Indiana State on Dec. 7.

Western Kentucky (6-3) hosts Arkansas on Dec. 7.

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Bellarmine sophomore guard Pedro Bradshaw (Russellville Class of 2017) scored nine points to help the third-ranked Knights beat No. 13 Indianapolis 71-69 in a battle of top-25 NCAA Division II men’s basketball teams on Tuesday in Indianapolis.

Bradshaw, who was 4-of-5 from the field, also tallied four rebounds, two steals, an assist and a block.

Bellarmine (6-0 overall, 1-0 Great Lakes Valley Conference) next hosts Mount St. Joseph (Ohio) on Dec. 15.

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Miami (Ohio) senior forward Bam Bowman (Warren Central Class of 2016) scored four points in the Redhawks’ 76-54 men’s basketball home loss to Northern Kentucky on Tuesday night.

Bowman also had two rebounds.

Miami (4-4) is at Evansville on Dec. 7.

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Brescia redshirt junior guard Tristen Murray (Warren Central Class of 2016) scored five points in Tuesday’s 112-111 men’s basketball overtime win over host Asbury.

Murray added two rebounds, an assist and a steal for the Bearcats.

Brescia (4-7 overall, 1-0 River States Conference) next hosts Alice Lloyd on Dec. 7.

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Lindsey Wilson sophomore center Jordan McDonald (South Warren Class of 2018) scored eight points in the Blue Raiders’ 78-36 women’s basketball win over visiting Simmons on Tuesday.

McDonald also grabbed five rebounds.

LWC sophomore forward Rose Mary Jackson (Greenwood Class of 2017) added six points and two rebounds. Freshman point guard Natalie Pierce (South Warren Class of 2019) chipped in with three points and two assists, and sophomore guard Kaylyn Hale (Glasgow Class of 2018) added three rebounds and an assist.

Lindsey Wilson (9-1) hosts NAIA No. 1 Campbellsville on Dec. 7. The Blue Raiders are ranked No. 15 in NAIA.

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Asbury sophomore forward Sarah Dennison (South Warren Class of 2018) grabbed eight rebounds in Tuesday’s 86-81 women’s basketball win over visiting Brescia.

Dennison also tallied two points, two assists and a block.

Asbury (12-1 overall, 2-0 River States Conference) is at IU Southeast on Dec. 7.

– Jeff Nations

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Carothers' career day sparks Navy past Houston 56-41

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Navy sophomore fullback Jamale Carothers (Bowling Green Class of 2017) set new career highs with 188 rushing yards and five touchdowns as the No. 24 Midshipmen rolled past Houston 56-41 on Saturday in Houston.

Carothers had touchdown runs of 8 yards and 17 yards in the first quarter, broke loose for a 75-yard TD run in the third quarter and then found the end zone again with a 29-yard scoring run in the third. Carothers added one last touchdown in the the fourth quarter on a 19-yard run.

Carothers, who finished with 18 carries, averaged 10.4 yards per carry.

Carothers also caught one of only two Navy completions for a 47-yard reception.

Navy (9-2 overall, 7-1 AAC) is back in action Dec. 14 against Army in Philadelphia.

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Austin Peay junior wide receiver DeAngelo Wilson (Bowling Green Class of 2017) hauled in a 15-yard touchdown reception to help the Governors beat Furman 42-6 in their first-ever FCS playoff game on Saturday in Clarksville, Tenn.

Wilson finished with seven catches for 68 yards and a TD. He also had two carries for nine yards and had one punt return.

Austin Peay (10-3) will travel to No. 3 Sacramento State on Saturday for a second-round FCS playoff game.

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Western Kentucky redshirt senior defensive back Ta'Corian Darden (Russellville Class of 2015) totaled five solo tackles in Saturday's 31-26 home win over Middle Tennessee.

WKU redshirt junior offensive lineman Jordan Meredith (Bowling Green Class of 2016) started at right guard and helped the Hilltoppers amass 474 yards of total offense in the win.

Hilltopper freshman defensive back Clayton Bush (South Warren Class of 2019) added a solo tackle.

WKU (8-4) will find out its bowl destination this coming weekend.

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Georgia Tech redshirt freshman defensive lineman Justice Dingle (Bowling Green Class of 2018) tallied a sack resulting in an 8-yard loss in Saturday's season-ending 52-7 loss to visiting Georgia.

Dingle also recovered a fumble in the game.

Georgia Tech finished with a 3-9 record.

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Purdue graduate student linebacker Ben Holt (Bowling Green Class of 2015) tallied 10 tackles, including seven solo stops, in Saturday's 44-41 double-overtime loss to visiting Indiana.

Purdue ended its season with a 4-8 record.

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Notre Dame freshman defensive lineman Jacob Lacey (South Warren Class of 2019) tallied a pair of tackles in Saturday's 45-24 win at Stanford.

Notre Dame (10-2) will find out its bowl destination this coming weekend.

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Lindsey Wilson senior defensive lineman Damani Jenkins (Barren County Class of 2015) tallied seven tackles, including four solo stops, and added a sack for a loss of six yards and 1.5 tackles for losses totaling 6.5 yards in the No. 6-ranked Blue Raiders' 35-24 win over No. 3 Kansas Wesleyan in the NAIA Football Championship Series quarterfinals Saturday in Salina, Kan.

Lindsey Wilson (12-0) will travel to No. 2 Marian (Ind.) for an NAIA playoff semifinal matchup on Dec. 7.

– Jeff Nations

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Coomer tallies 14 point for Saint Leo in loss

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Saint Leo (Fla.) junior guard Wade Coomer (Barren County Class of 2016) tallied 14 points in Friday's 96-92 men's basketball loss to Valdosta State in the Terrace Hotel Classic in Lakeland, Fla.

Coomer, who was 4-of-6 from 3-point range, added three rebounds, two assists and a steal.

Saint Leo freshman forward Jared Coomer (Barren County Class of 2018) tallied two points, three rebounds and a steal.

Saint Leo (5-2) is back in action Nov. 30 against New Haven (Conn.) in the Classic.

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Campbellsville redshirt junior guard Savannah Gregory (Allen County-Scottsville Class of 2016) scored 16 points in Friday's 82-61 women's basketball win over MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.) in the Champions Classic in Jackson, Tenn.

Gregory also had four rebounds, three steals and two assists for the Lady Tigers, who are ranked No. 2 nationally in the NAIA Division I poll.

Campbellsville freshman guard Bailey Pedigo (Barren County Class of 2019) added an assist in the win.

Campbellsville (11-0) will play No. 8 Westmont (Calif.) in the Classic on Nov. 30.

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Western Kentucky redshirt senior guard/forward Jared Savage (Warren Central Class of 2015) scored four points in Friday's 71-54 men's basketball loss to No. 2 Louisville in Nashville.

Savage added four rebounds and a block.

Western Kentucky (6-2) is at Wright State on Dec. 3.

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UAB sophomore guard Tavin Lovan (Franklin-Simpson Class of 2017) tallied two points in the Blazers' 69-58 men's basketball road loss to No. 9 Kentucky on Friday.

Lovan also tallied two rebounds.

UAB (4-2) is at Texas on Dec. 3.

– Jeff Nations

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Centre's Ayers reaches 1,000-point plateau in win

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Centre senior guard Perry Ayers (Bowling Green Class of 2016) eclipsed the 1,000-point career scoring mark in Tuesday's 74-72 men's basketball road win at Franklin (Ind.).

Ayers finished the night with eight points, four assists and three rebounds.

Centre junior guard Dawson Crump (Greenwood Class of 2017) tallied three points, three rebounds, an assist and a steal.

Centre (5-1) is at Spalding on Nov. 30.

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UAB sophomore guard Tavin Lovan (Franklin-Simpson Class of 2017) tallied seven points and nine rebounds in the Blazers' 57-48 men's basketball home win over Lamar on Tuesday.

Lovan also had four assists, two steals and a block.

UAB (4-1) is at No. 9 Kentucky on Nov. 29.

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Miami (Ohio) senior forward Bam Bowman (Warren Central Class of 2016) tallied nine points in the Redhawks' 82-71 men's basketball loss to South Alabama on Tuesday in the Gulf Coast Showcase in Estero, Fla.

Miami (Ohio) will face Wright State in the Showcase on Nov. 27.

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Wright State sophomore guard Skyelar Potter (Warren Central Class of 2018) tallied three points and a rebound in Tuesday's 72-70 men's basketball loss to La Salle in the Gulf Coast Showcase in Estero, Fla.

Wright State (5-2) will face Miami (Ohio) in the Showcase on Nov. 27.

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Asbury sophomore forward Sarah Dennison (South Warren Class of 2018) scored 15 points in Tuesday's 98-71 women's basketball home win over IU Kokomo.

Dennison added five rebounds, two steals and an assist.

Asbury (10-1 overall, 1-0 River States Conference) is at Pikeville on Nov. 30.

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Campbellsville redshirt junior guard Savannah Gregory (Allen County-Scottsville Class of 2016) nearly tallied a double-double with 12 points and nine rebounds in Tuesday's 83-68 women's basketball home win over West Virginia Tech.

Gregory also had two assists, two steals and a block.

Campbellsville freshman guard Bailey Pedigo (Barren County Class of 2019) tallied a steal.

Campbellsville (9-0) faces MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.) on Nov. 29 in the Champions Classic in Jackson, Tenn.

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Union junior guard-forward Skyler Burd (Glasgow Class of 2017) pulled down eight rebounds in Tuesday's 72-53 women's basketball home victory over Milligan (Tenn.).

Burd also had two points, a block and an assist.

Union (5-3 overall, 3-2 Appalachian Athletic Conference) will play Rio Grande (Ohio) in The Show NAIA Division II Showcase on Nov. 30 in Kingsport, Tenn.

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Brescia junior forward Dylan Beckham (South Warren Class of 2017) scored two points in Tuesday's 87-82 men's basketball home loss to Bethel (Tenn.).

Beckham also had a rebound and an assist.

Brescia (3-5) faces Southeastern (Fla.) on Nov. 29 in The Show NAIA Division II Showcase in Kingsport, Tenn.

– Jeff Nations

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Govs' Taylor scores game-high 25 points in win

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Austin Peay junior guard/forward Terry Taylor (Bowling Green Class of 2017) scored a game-high 25 points in the Governors' 92-66 men's basketball home win over South Carolina State on Monday.

Taylor also tallied eight rebounds, four blocks, two steals and an assist in the win.

Austin Peay (3-3) next plays at Arkansas on Dec. 3.

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Miami (Ohio) senior forward Bam Bowman (Warren Central Class of 2016) tallied nine points in the Redhawks' 67-59 win over Drake on Monday in the Gulf Coast Showcase in Estero, Fla.

Bowman added three rebounds, an assist, a block and a steal in the win.

Miami (Ohio) (4-1) take on South Alabama in the Showcase on Nov. 26.

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Western Kentucky redshirt senior guard/forward Jared Savage (Warren Central Class of 2015) scored nine points in the Hilltoppers' 69-64 men's basketball win over Fordham on Monday in the U.S. Virgin Islands Paradise Jam in St. Thomas, the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Savage added seven rebounds and two assists in the win.

Western Kentucky (6-1) faces No. 2 Louisville on Nov. 29 in Nashville.

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Wright State sophomore guard Skyelar Potter (Warren Central Class of 2018) tallied eight points in Monday's 72-57 men's basketball win over Weber State in the Gulf Coast Showcase in Estero, Fla.

Potter also had two rebounds and two assists.

Wright State (5-1) will play LaSalle on Nov. 26 in the Showcase.

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Midway senior guard Kaleb Britt (Warren East Class of 2016) tallied six points in Monday's 86-56 men's basketball loss to host Northern Kentucky.

Britt also had four rebounds, two assists and a steal. The game counted as an exhibition for NAIA-level Midway, but counted as a regulation game for NCAA Division I Northern Kentucky.

Midway (3-5) hosts IU Kokomo on Dec. 7.

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Georgetown College freshman forward Kyran Jones (Bowling Green Class of 2017) and Kentucky Christian junior guard Jordan Buchanan (South Warren Class of 2015) had one rebound apiece in No. 1 Georgetown's 110-83 men's basketball win on Monday night.

Georgetown (9-0) returns to action Dec. 5 at home against Cumberlands.

Kentucky Christian (1-10) travels to Liberty on Nov. 29 for an exhibition game.

– Jeff Nations

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Gregory tallies 10 points in Tigers' win

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Campbellsville redshirt junior guard Savannah Gregory (Allen County-Scottsville Class of 2016) tallied 10 points in Saturday's 103-39 women's basketball win over Vorhees (S.C.) at the Cumberland (Tenn.) Classic.

Gregory also tallied three rebounds, two steals and a block.

Campbellsville freshman guard Bailey Pedigo (Barren County Class of 2019) chipped in with two points, two rebounds, two assists, two steals and a block.

Campbellsville (8-0) hosts West Virginia Tech on Nov. 26.

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Webber International (Fla.) sophomore guard Amaya Lasley (South Warren Class of 2018) finished with five points in Saturday's 77-75 women's basketball road loss to St. Thomas (Fla.).

Lasley also had a team-high four steals along with two assists and a rebound.

Webber International (4-3 overall, 1-2 The Sun Conference) hosts Edward Waters (Fla.) on Dec. 2.

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Lipscomb sophomore forward Keely Morrow (Bowling Green Class of 2018) scored two points in Saturday's 74-63 women's basketball home loss to Marist.

Morrow also had two assists and a rebound.

Lipscomb (1-5) hosts Eastern Illinois on Dec. 1.

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Union junior guard-forward Skyler Burd (Glasgow Class of 2017) tallied three points in Saturday's 70-62 women's basketball road win over Montreat (N.C.).

Burd also had two rebounds and a steal.

Union (4-3 overall, 2-2 Appalachian Athletic Conference) is back in action Nov. 26 against visiting Milligan (Tenn.).

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Brescia freshman forward Kyeden Hughes (Glasgow Class of 2019) pulled down 12 rebounds and scored six points in Saturday's 71-52 women's basketball road loss to Cumberland (Tenn.).

Hughes also had an assist, a steal and a block.

Brescia sophomore forward Loreal Cheaney (Russellville Class of 2017) tallied four points along with a rebound and a steal.

Brescia (3-9) is at Wilberforce (Ohio) on Nov. 30.

– Jeff Nations

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Wilson's TD catch helps Govs win OVC title for first time since 1977

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Austin Peay junior wide receiver DeAngelo Wilson (Bowling Green Class of 2017) pulled in a 40-yard touchdown reception to help the Governors win their first Ohio Valley Conference championship since 1977 with a 35-7 home victory over Eastern Illinois on Saturday.

With the win, Austin Peay earned the program's first-ever spot in the FCS playoffs.

Wilson finished with four catches for 62 yards and the third-quarter score. On special teams, Wilson added three punt returns for 29 yards with a long return of 15 yards.

Austin Peay (9-3 overall, 7-1 OVC) will host No. 16 Furman in the opening round of the FCS playoffs on Nov. 30.

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Navy sophomore fullback Jamale Carothers (Bowling Green Class of 2017) ran for 53 yards to help the Midshipmen knock off No. 21-ranked SMU 35-28 Saturday in Annapolis, Md.

Carothers, who finished with 11 carries, had a long rush of 22 yards in the win.

Navy (8-2 overall, 6-1 AAC) visits Houston on Nov. 30.

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Western Kentucky redshirt senior defensive back Ta'Corian Darden (Russellville Class of 2015) tallied five tackles, including three solo stops, in the Hilltoppers' 28-10 road win over Southern Miss on Saturday.

Western Kentucky (7-4 overall, 5-2 Conference USA) is back in action Nov. 30 at home against Middle Tennessee.

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Purdue graduate student linebacker Ben Holt (Bowling Green Class of 2015) tallied five tackles – four solo – in the Boilermakers' 45-24 road loss to No. 14 Wisconsin on Saturday.

Purdue (4-7 overall, 3-5 Big Ten) hosts Indiana on Nov. 30.

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Michigan State sophomore wide receiver C.J. Hayes (South Warren Class of 2017) tallied one catch for 24 yards in the Spartans' 27-0 win at Rutgers on Saturday.

Michigan State (5-6 overall, 3-5 Big Ten) hosts Maryland on Nov. 30.

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Notre Dame freshman defensive lineman Jacob Lacey (South Warren Class of 2019) tallied a solo tackle and added a quarterback hurry for the Fighting Irish in Saturday's 40-7 win over visiting Boston College.

Notre Dame (9-2) is at Stanford on Nov. 30.

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Lindsey Wilson senior defensive lineman Damani Jenkins (Barren County Class of 2015) totaled two tackles and forced a fumble in the Blue Raiders' 30-26 home win over St. Francis (Ind.) in the first round of the NAIA playoffs on Saturday.

Lindsey Wilson (11-0), ranked No. 6 in the nation, will travel to No. 3 Kansas Wesleyan on Nov. 30 for an NAIA playoff quarterfinal matchup.

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Baker (Kan.) freshman punter Kanyon Sanders (South Warren Class of 2019) finished with six punts, including a 51-yarder, in Saturday's 42-7 loss to Kansas Wesleyan in the first round of the NAIA playoffs.

Sanders' six punts covered 213 yards in all, and he had two kicks inside the 20-yard line.

Baker finished its season with a 9-3 record.

– Jeff Nations

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Tops' Savage hits 1,000-point career mark in win

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Western Kentucky redshirt senior guard/forward Jared Savage (Warren Central Class of 2015) eclipsed the 1,000-point career mark with 16-point effort in Saturday's 83-69 win over Illinois State in the U.S. Virgin Islands Paradise Jam.

Savage added four rebounds, two assists and a block in the win.

Western Kentucky (5-1) faces Fordham in the Paradise Jam on Nov. 25.

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Austin Peay junior guard/forward Terry Taylor (Bowling Green Class of 2017) tallied a double-double with game-highs of 37 points and 16 rebounds in the Governors' 81-60 men's basketball home win over Southeastern Louisiana on Saturday.

Taylor added two blocks, a steal and an assist.

Austin Peay (2-3) is back in action Nov. 25 against visiting South Carolina State.

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Centre junior guard Dawson Crump (Greenwood Class of 2017) tallied 16 points in the Colonels' 78-58 men's basketball home win over Covenant (Ga.) on Saturday.

Crump also tallied eight rebounds, three assists and a steal in the win.

Centre senior guard Perry Ayers (Bowling Green Class of 2016) also tallied double-digit points with 12 to go along with six rebounds, four assists and a steal.

Centre (4-1) is at Franklin (Ind.) on Nov. 26.

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Georgetown College freshman forward Kyran Jones (Bowling Green Class of 2017) posted a double-double with 11 points and 12 rebounds in Saturday's 154-87 men's basketball home win over Ohio University-Eastern.

Jones added an assist, a block and a steal in the win.

Georgetown (8-0) hosts Kentucky Christian on Nov. 25.

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Midway senior guard Kaleb Britt (Warren East Class of 2016) tallied 11 points and a team-high five assists in Saturday's 88-83 men's basketball road loss to Crowley's Ridge (Ark.).

Britt also had two steals and a rebound.

Midway (3-5) is at Northern Kentucky on Nov. 25.

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Saint Leo (Fla.) junior guard Wade Coomer (Barren County Class of 2016) had two points, three rebounds and a steal in Saturday's 75-70 men's basketball home win over Florida Tech.

Saint Leo freshman forward Jared Coomer (Barren County Class of 2018) added one rebound and one assist.

Saint Leo (5-1 overall, 1-0 Sunshine State Conference) takes on Valdosta State on Nov. 29 in the Terrace Hotel Classic in Lakeland, Fla.

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Roane State (Tenn.) freshman guard Jacob Naylor (Russellville Class of 2019) scored eight points in Saturday's 81-78 overtime win over host Columbia State (Tenn).

Naylor added five assists, a rebound and a steal.

Roane State (3-5) is at Three Rivers (Mo.) on Nov. 28.

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Kentucky Christian junior guard Jordan Buchanan (South Warren Class of 2015) tallied two assists in Saturday's 92-85 men's basketball home loss to Reinhardt (Ga.).

Kentucky Christian (1-9 overall, 1-6 Appalachian Athletic Conference) is at Georgetown on Nov. 25.

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Yonts tallies eight kills in Brescia's season-ending NAIA loss

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Brescia's volleyball season ended Saturday with a 3-1 loss to nationally-ranked No. 3 Ottawa (Kan.) in the opening round of the NAIA national tournament in Ottawa, Kan.

Brescia sophomore outside hitter Hannah Yonts (South Warren Class of 2018) tallied eight kills, two block assists and a pair of digs. Bearcats sophomore middle hitter Shelby Hardison (Logan County Class of 2018) totaled six kills, three digs, three block assists and one solo block, and teammate Kailee Moore (Logan County Class of 2017), a junior defensive specialist, had nine digs and an assist.

Brescia ended its season with a 27-8 record.

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Asbury junior Rosie Gary (South Warren Class of 2017) earned an NAIA national qualifying time with her third-place finish in the 100-yard butterfly (1:01.36) during Saturday's final day of the Igloo Invitational hosted by Sewanee (Tenn.).

Gary also swam a leg on Asbury's 11th-place 400 freestyle relay. Asbury finished third in the women's team standings.

Campbellsville senior Kate Bouldin (Russellville Class of 2016) was 14th in the 200 free (2:20.75) and swam a leg on the Tigers' 13th-place 400 free relay. Campbellsville was sixth in the women's team standings.

Asbury is back in action Jan. 11 for the Centre Colonel Classic. Campbellsville hosts Bethel (Tenn.) on Jan. 11.

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Louisville sophomore Tanner Cummings (Greenwood Class of 2018) and freshman Neal Morsi (Bowling Green Class of 2019) helped the Cardinals to win the team championship at the three-day Purdue Invitational that ended Saturday.

Morsi had a 14th-place finish in the 100-yard backstroke (49.53) and was 23rd in the 100 butterfly (49.63).

Cummings was 25th in the 200 freestyle (1:39.66) and 29th in the 100 fly (49.84) and also swam a leg on the Cardinals' ninth-place 200 medley relay.

Louisville is back in action Dec. 4 at the Toyota U.S. Long Course Nationals in Atlanta.

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Cumberlands freshman Trey Wolfram (South Warren Class of 2019) tallied a 16th-place finish in the 200-yard butterfly at the three-day Magnus Cup swim meet hosted by Cleveland State.

Wolfram finished the 200 fly in 1:57.94. He also was 36th in the 500 freestyle (4:54.51) and 36th in the 100 butterfly (54.10), plus swam legs on Cumberlands' 400 medley relay (15th), 200 medley relay (eighth) and 800 free relay (12th).

Cumberlands finished fifth in the team standings. The Patriots are back in action Jan. 17 at home against Asbury.

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Bellarmine sophomore women's swimmer Avery Witcher (Greenwood Class of 2018) helped her team to a sixth-place finish in the Fall Frenzy Invitational hosted by Queens Charlotte in Charlotte, N.C.

Witcher was 20th in the 200-yard butterfly (2:11.18), 28th in the 400 individual medley (4:42.63) and 39th in the 500 freestyle (5:21.14). Witcher also swam legs on the Knights' 400 medley relay (17th), 200 medley relay (21st), 800 free relay (13th) and 400 free relay (28th).

Bellarmine next hosts Xavier on Jan. 11.

– Jeff Nations

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Gregory's game-high 17 points leads Lady Tigers to win

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Campbellsville redshirt junior guard Savannah Gregory (Allen County-Scottsville Class of 2016) scored a game-high 17 points to lead the Lady Tigers to a 95-56 women's basketball win over Brescia on Friday in the Cumberland (Tenn.) Classic.

Gregory also had four steals, one rebound and one assist.

Brescia freshman forward Kyeden Hughes (Glasgow Class of 2019) tallied five points along with six rebounds and a steal.

Campbellsville (7-0) faces Voorhees (S.C.) in the Classic on Nov. 23.

Brescia (1-7) takes on host Cumberland (Tenn.) in the Classic on Nov. 23.

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Western Kentucky redshirt senior guard/forward Jared Savage (Warren Central Class of 2015) tallied 12 points in the Hilltoppers' 77-75 loss to Bowling Green in the U.S. Virgin Islands Paradise Jam on Friday.

Savage added five rebounds, a block and a steal.

Western Kentucky (4-1) faces Illinois State on Nov. 23 in the Paradise Jam.

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Lindsey Wilson sophomore forward Rose Mary Jackson (Greenwood Class of 2017) scored 10 points in the Blue Raiders' 97-49 women's basketball win Friday over Miami University-Hamilton (Ohio).

Jackson also had four rebounds.

LWC sophomore center Jordan McDonald (South Warren Class of 2018) had five points and two rebounds. Blue Raiders sophomore guard Kaylyn Hale (Glasgow Class of 2018) tallied three points and three rebounds, and freshman point guard Natalie Pierce (South Warren Class of 2019) totaled two points, two assists, a steal and a rebound.

Lindsey Wilson (8-1) next hosts Simmons College on Dec. 3.

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Midway senior guard Kaleb Britt (Warren East Class of 2016) scored 12 points in Friday's 94-77 men's basketball win over Ecclesia (Ark.) in the Pioneer Classic in Paragould, Ark.

Britt also had a team-high four steals, two assists and a rebound.

Midway (3-4) faces Crowley's Ridge (Ark.) in the Classic on Nov. 23.

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Asbury sophomore forward Sarah Dennison (South Warren Class of 2018) pulled down a game-high 11 rebounds and tallied a game-high five steals in Friday's 113-76 women's basketball win over host Oakland City (Ind.).

Dennison also tallied five points, three assists and two blocks in the win.

Asbury (9-1) hosts IU Kokomo on Nov. 26

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Kentucky Wesleyan junior setter/defensive specialist Lydia Jackson (South Warren Class of 2017) tallied a team-high 15 assists in the Panthers' season-ending 3-0 loss to host Hillsdale (Mich.) in the Great Midwest Athletic Conference Volleyball Tournament semifinals on Friday.

Jackson also had six digs. KWC sophomore outside hitter Alexa Davis (Greenwood Class of 2018) tallied four kills and two digs, and Panthers senior middle hitter Sierra Morrow (Logan County Class of 2016) had two kills, two digs, a service ace and a block assist.

Kentucky Wesleyan ended its season with a 16-12 record.

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Lipscomb sophomore forward Keely Morrow (Bowling Green Class of 2018) scored two points in Friday's 81-76 women's basketball loss to Rider in the 2019 MAAC/ASUN Challenge in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.

Lipscomb (1-5) faces Marist in the Challenge on Nov. 23.

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Murray State freshman forward Sarah Sutton (Allen County-Scottsville Class of 2019) tallied one rebound in seven minutes of action Friday in the Racers' 95-59 women's basketball win over visiting Christian Brothers (Tenn.).

Murray State (3-2) hosts Arkansas State on Nov. 26.

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Asbury junior Rosie Gary (South Warren Class of 2017) tallied a fifth-place finish in the 200-yard butterfly (2:21.58) on the first day of the Sewanee (Tenn.)-hosted Igloo Invitational swim meet.

Gary also finished 10th in the 500 free (5:30.71) and swam legs on Asbury's 200 free relay (fourth), 400 medley relay (second) and 800 free relay (10th).

Campbellsville senior Kate Bouldin (Russellville Class of 2016) was 26th in the 500 free (6:23.31) and swam legs on the Lady Tigers' 200 free relay (13th), 400 medley relay (13th) and 800 free relay (11th).

Asbury's women were in second after the first day of the two-day meet. Campbellsville was sixth.

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Cumberlands freshman Trey Wolfram (South Warren Class of 2019) swam a leg on the Patriots' 15th-place men's 400-yard medley relay Friday in the Cleveland State-hosted Magnus Cup.

Cumberlands was in fifth place in the team standings after the first day of the three-day meet.

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Bellarmine sophomore women's swimmer Avery Witcher (Greenwood Class of 2018) swam a leg on the Knights' 17th-place 400-yard medley relay Friday on the opening day of the Queen University-hosted Fall Frenzy Invitational in Charlotte, N.C.

Bellarmine's women were in seventh in the team standings after Day 1 of the three-day meet.

– Jeff Nations

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Cummings delivers scoring finishes for Louisville swim team

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Louisville sophomore Tanner Cummings (Greenwood Class of 2018) had a solid first day for the Cardinals on Thursday in the Purdue Invitational swim meet.

Cummings swam a leg on Louisville's second-place 200-yard freestyle relay and also helped the Cardinals to a ninth-place finish in the 400 free relay.

Individually, Cummings turned in a sixth-place finish in the 50 free (20.04 seconds).

Louisville freshman Neal Morsi (Bowling Green Class of 2019) finished 17th in the 200 individual medley (1:51.42) and swam a leg on the Cardinals' 11th-place 400 free relay.

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Brescia sophomore middle hitter Shelby Hardison (Logan County Class of 2018) was named to the All-River States Conference Volleyball Second Team, the league announced Nov. 16.

Hardison, who also represented the Bearcats on the RSC Volleyball Champions of Character Team, helped lead Brescia to the conference regular-season championship and earn a guaranteed spot in the NAIA national championship tournament.

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Webber International (Fla.) sophomore guard Amaya Lasley (South Warren Class of 2018) scored seven points in Thursday's 72-66 women's basketball home loss to Florida Memorial.

Lasley also finished with three steals and a rebound.

Webber International (4-2, 1-1 The Sun Conference) is at St. Thomas (Fla.) on Nov. 23.

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Brescia freshman forward Kyeden Hughes (Glasgow Class of 2019) tallied five points and five rebounds in Thursday's 98-45 women's basketball loss to host Indiana Wesleyan.

Hughes also tallied a block and a steal for the Bearcats.

Brescia sophomore forward Loreal Cheaney (Russellville Class of 2017) finished with two points and two steals.

Brescia (3-7) next faces Vorhees (S.C.) in the Cumberland (Tenn.) Classic on Nov. 22.

– Jeff Nations

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Govs' Taylor scored 13 in loss to Vanderbilt

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Austin Peay junior guard/forward Terry Taylor (Bowling Green Class of 2017) tallied 13 points and seven rebounds in Wednesday night's 90-72 men's basketball road loss to Vanderbilt.

Taylor, who played all 40 minutes for the Governors, also had two blocks and an assist.

Austin Peay (1-3) hosts Southeastern Louisiana on Nov. 23.

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UAB sophomore guard Tavin Lovan (Franklin-Simpson Class of 2017) tallied 12 points in the Blazers' 58-51 men's basketball home win over Mount St. Mary's on Wednesday.

Lovan also had five rebounds, a block and an assist in the win.

UAB (3-1) hosts Lamar on Nov. 26.

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Wright State sophomore guard Skyelar Potter (Warren Central Class of 2018) scored five points, dished out five assists and had five rebounds in Wednesday's 88-51 men's basketball home win over Urbana.

Wright State (4-1) faces Weber State in the Gulf Coast Showcase on Nov. 25 in Estero, Fla.

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Centre senior guard Perry Ayers (Bowling Green Class of 2016) scored a team-high 17 points to lead the visiting Colonels to a 58-57 men's basketball win over Transylvania on Wednesday.

Ayers also added three blocks, three rebounds and two steals.

Centre junior guard Dawson Crump (Greenwood Class of 2017) tallied five points, four rebounds, one assist and one steal.

Centre (3-1) hosts Covenant (Ga.) on Nov. 23.

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Saint Leo (Fla.) junior guard Wade Coomer (Barren County Class of 2016) scored 11 points in Wednesday's 83-51 home win over Puerto Rico-Mayaguez.

Coomer, who connected on three 3-pointers, also tallied five rebounds, three steals and an assist.

Saint Leo freshman forward Jared Coomer (Barren County Class of 2018) chipped in with five points, one rebound and one assist.

Saint Leo (4-1) hosts Florida Tech on Nov. 23.

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Bellarmine sophomore guard Pedro Bradshaw (Russellville Class of 2017) finished with six points in Wednesday's 81-73 men's basketball road victory over Lindenwood (Mo.).

Bradshaw also had four rebounds and two steals in the Knights' victory.

Bellarmine (4-0) hosts Spring Hill (Ala.) on Nov. 27.

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Kentucky Christian junior guard Jordan Buchanan (South Warren Class of 2015) scored two points in Wednesday's 80-76 men's basketball loss to visiting Bluefield (Va.).

Buchanan also grabbed a rebound for the Knights.

Kentucky Christian (1-8 overall, 1-5 Appalachian Athletic Conference) hosts Reinhardt (Ga.) on Nov. 23.

– Jeff Nations

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Blue Raiders' Jenkins earns All-MSC second-team honors

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Lindsey Wilson senior defensive lineman Damani Jenkins (Barren County Class of 2015) was named to the Mid-South Conference Bluegrass Division Second Team, the league announced Wednesday.

Jenkins earned the honor after tallying the second-most total tackles for the Blue Raiders. He recorded 23 solo and 25 assisted tackles. Jenkins was responsible for 8.5 tackles for loss this season.

Lindsey Wilson (10-0) ranked No. 6 in the latest NAIA Coaches' Top 25 Poll. The Blue Raiders will host Saint Francis (Ind.) in an NAIA Football Championship Series first-round game on Nov. 23.

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Kentucky Christian sophomore defensive lineman Kaleb Hunt (Butler County Class of 2017) and Lindsey Wilson junior tight end Andrew Hughes (Barren County Class of 2016) garnered Mid-South Conference Football All-Academic Team honors on Tuesday.

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Lindsey Wilson sophomore forward Rose Mary Jackson (Greenwood Class of 2017) tallied two points and a rebound in the No. 15-ranked Blue Raiders' 75-66 women's basketball home loss to No. 13 Talladega (Ala.) on Wednesday.

Lindsey Wilson (7-1) next hosts Miami University-Hamilton on Nov. 22.

– Jeff Nations

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Morrow, Davis tally 8 kills each as KWC advances to G-MAC semis

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Kentucky Wesleyan senior middle hitter Sierra Morrow (Logan County Class of 2016) and sophomore outside hitter Alexa Davis (Greenwood Class of 2018) tallied eight kills apiece to lead the host Panthers to a 3-1 volleyball win over Cedarville (Ohio) in the quarterfinals of the Great Midwest Athletic Conference Championship on Tuesday.

Morrow added six digs, four block assists and two service aces. Davis tallied five digs and two block assists. KWC junior setter/defensive specialist Lydia Jackson (South Warren Class of 2017) had 15 assists, nine digs, two kills and a service ace.

Kentucky Wesleyan (16-11) will reached the G-MAC semifinals for the first time since 2014, will travel to top seed Hillsdale (Mich.) on Nov. 22.

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Georgetown freshman forward Kyran Jones (Bowling Green Class of 2017) notched a double-double with 11 points and 13 rebounds as the Tigers – the No.1-ranked team in NAIA Division I – claimed a 111-90 over visiting Indiana University Southeast on Tuesday.

Jones also had two steals.

Georgetown (7-0) next hosts Ohio University-Eastern on Nov. 23.

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Western Kentucky redshirt senior guard/forward Jared Savage (Warren Central Class of 2015) scored 11 points in the Hilltoppers' 109-66 men's basketball home win over Campbellsville on Monday.

Savage added five rebounds, an assist and a block in the win.

Western Kentucky (4-0) faces Bowling Green in the Virgin Islands Paradise Jam on Nov. 22.

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Lipscomb sophomore forward Keely Morrow (Bowling Green Class of 2018) tallied 14 points in Tuesday's 67-57 home women's basketball loss to Murray State.

Morrow, who was 6-of-12 from the field including 2-of-3 on 3-pointers, also had four rebounds and two assists.

Lipscomb (1-3) will face Rider in the MAAC/ASUN Challenge Nov. 22 in Orlando, Fla.

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Asbury sophomore forward Sarah Dennison (South Warren Class of 2018) tallied five points and grabbed six rebounds in Tuesday's 83-47 women's basketball road win over Welch (Tenn.).

Dennison also had five steals in the win.

Asbury (8-1) is at Oakland City (Ind.) on Nov. 22.

– Jeff Nations

Taylor's double-double not enough for Govs against Tulsa

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Austin Peay junior guard/forward Terry Taylor (Bowling Green Class of 2017) tallied a double-double with team highs of 22 points and 11 rebounds in the Governors' 72-65 men's basketball loss at Tulsa on Saturday.

Taylor, who was 7-of-15 from the field, also had two steals.

Austin Peay (1-2) is at Vanderbilt on Nov. 20.

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Saint Leo (Fla.) junior guard Wade Coomer (Barren County Class of 2016) tallied 11 points and seven rebounds in Sunday's men's basketball home win over Flagler (Fla.).

Coomer also had two assists.

Saint Leo freshman forward Jared Coomer (Barren County Class of 2018) scored three points and added eight rebounds, three assists and a block as the host Lions won the Saint Leo Classic.

On Saturday against Georgia College, Jared Coomer had seven points, four rebounds, two assists and a steal in the 76-52 win. Wade Coomer added three points along with nine rebounds, two assists and a steal.

Saint Leo (2-1) hosts Puerto Rico-Mayguez on Nov. 20.

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Midway senior guard Kaleb Britt (Warren East Class of 2016) tallied 11 points in Saturday's 72-63 men's basketball loss to Vanguard (Calif.) at Georgetown.

Britt also had four rebounds, three steals and an assist for the Eagles.

Midway (2-4) next face Ecclesia (Ark.) on Nov. 22 in Paragould, Ark.

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Roane State (Tenn.) freshman guard Jacob Naylor (Russellville Class of 2019) tallied 14 points in Saturday's 88-86 men's basketball road loss to Jackson (Tenn.) Community College.

Naylor added three rebounds, two assists and two steals.

Roane State (1-5) hosts Cleveland (Tenn.) on Nov. 20.

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Wright State sophomore guard Skyelar Potter (Warren Central Class of 2018) tallied two points and a rebound in Saturday's 72-72 home men's basketball loss to Kent State.

Wright State (3-1) hosts Urbana on Nov. 20.

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Brescia redshirt junior guard Tristen Murray (Warren Central Class of 2016) tallied seven points in the Bearcats' 114-48 men's basketball road loss to Murray State on Saturday.

Murray added two assists and a rebound. Brescia junior forward Dylan Beckham (South Warren Class of 2017) chipped in four rebounds and two blocks. The game did not count toward NAIA Brescia's record.

Brescia (1-4) hosts Wilberforce (Ohio) on Nov. 25.

– Jeff Nations

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Gregory helps boost Tigers past Marian 72-65

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Campbellsville redshirt junior guard Savannah Gregory (Allen County-Scottsville Class of 2016) tallied seven points in Saturday's 72-65 women's basketball win over Marian (Ind.).

Gregory also had six rebounds, four steals, three assists and a block as the Tigers – ranked second in NAIA Division II – knocked off No. 6 Marian.

Campbellsville (6-0) takes on Brescia on Nov. 22 in the Cumberland (Tenn.) Classic.

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Lindsey Wilson sophomore forward Rose Mary Jackson (Greenwood Class of 2017) tallied five points in the Blue Raiders' 84-53 women's basketball win over Washington Adventist (Md.) on Saturday.

Jackson also had seven rebounds, a block, an assist and a steal.

LWC sophomore guard Kaylyn Hale (Glasgow Class of 2018) tallied three points along with a steal, an assist and a rebound. Blue Raiders freshman point guard Natalie Pierce (South Warren Class of 2019) had one steal and one assist, and LWC sophomore center Jordan McDonald (South Warren Class of 2018) had a rebound and an assist.

Lindsey Wilson (7-0) hosts Talladega (Ala.) on Nov. 20.

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Webber International (Fla.) sophomore guard Amaya Lasley (South Warren Class of 2018) scored three points in Saturday's 69-61 win over Keiser (Fla.) on Saturday.

Lasley also tallied six rebounds and two assists.

Webber International (4-1 overall, 1-0 The Sun Conference) hosts Florida Memorial on Nov. 21.

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Asbury sophomore forward Sarah Dennison (South Warren Class of 2018) tallied four points in Saturday's 94-66 home women's basketball win over Union.

Dennison added seven rebounds, an assist, a block and a steal.

Union junior guard-forward Skyler Burd (Glasgow Class of 2017) scored one point and totaled two rebounds and an assist.

Asbury (7-1) is at Welch (Tenn.) on Nov. 19.

Union (3-3) is at Montreat (N.C.) on Nov. 23.

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Brescia sophomore forward Loreal Cheaney (Russellville Class of 2017) tallied three assists and two rebounds in Saturday's 98-61 women's basketball road loss to Union (Tenn.).

Brescia (1-6) plays at Indiana Wesleyan on Nov. 21.

– Jeff Nations

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Aviles notches two assists to help Knights win GLVC title

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Bellarmine senior midfielder Gilio Aviles (Bowling Green Class of 2016) tallied a pair of assists to help the 12th-ranked Knights end their time in NCAA Division II as winners after a 3-2 men's soccer victory over McKendree (Ill.) on Sunday in the Great Lakes Valley Conference tournament championship in Jeffersonville, Ind.

"We set goals at the beginning of the season," Aviles said in a news release, "but we've just blown them out of the water."

His brother, Bellarmine senior defender Donald Aviles (Bowling Green Class of 2016) had one shot on goal in the win – the first-ever GLVC tournament championship for the Knights, who are transitioning next season to the NCAA Division I level.

Bellarmine ended its season with a 16-0-4 record.

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Transylvania freshman outside hitter Emmie Bender (Greenwood Class of 2019) tallied eight kills in the Pioneers' 3-1 loss to No. 1-ranked and defending national champion Emory (Ga.) on Saturday in the second round of the NCAA Division III Tournament in Atlanta.

Bender also had two digs, two block assists and a solo block for the Pioneers.

Transylvania (28-5) completed the most successful season in program history.

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Brescia sophomore outside hitter Hannah Yonts (South Warren Class of 2018) tallied 14 kills in Saturday's 3-2 loss to West Virginia Tech in the River States Conference Volleyball Tournament semifinals.

The loss snapped a 12-match winning streak for Brescia.

Yonts also had four digs and a block assist. Bearcats sophomore middle hitter Shelby Hardison (Logan County Class of 2018) added 12 kills, three block assists, a solo block and a dig. Brescia junior defensive specialist Kailee Moore (Logan County Class of 2017) 11 digs, a service ace and an assist.

Brescia (27-7 overall, 15-1 River States Conference)) still earned an at-large bid to the NAIA National Tournament and will play an opening-round match Nov. 23 at Ottawa (Kan.).

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Kentucky Wesleyan senior middle hitter Sierra Morrow (Logan County Class of 2016) paced the Panthers to a 3-0 volleyball win over host Ohio Dominican on Saturday.

Morrow tallied nine kills, five service aces, three block assists and an assist in the win, which wrapped up the regular season and secured the No. 4 seed in the upcoming Great Midwest Athletic Conference tournament.

Kentucky Wesleyan sophomore outside hitter Alexa Davis (Greenwood Class of 2018) tied for the team high with 11 kills and added a dig. 

KWC junior setter/defensive specialist Lydia Jackson (South Warren Class of 2017) tallied a team-high 26 assists along with eight digs and a kill.

Kentucky Wesleyan (15-11 overall, 8-4 G-MAC) will host No. 5 seed Cedarville (Ohio) in the first round of the conference tournament on Nov. 19.

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Transylvania freshman Michael Light (Bowling Green Class of 2019) turned in scoring finishes in a pair of home dual swim meets for the Pioneers over the weekend.

In Sunday's 137-70 loss to Sewanee (Tenn.), Light was second in the 1,000-yard freestyle (11:48.42), third in the 500 free (5:45.19) and swam a leg on the Pioneers' second-place 200 free relay.

Against Franklin (Ind.) on Saturday, Light had thirds in both the 1,000 free (11:43.68) and 100 free (57.97) and swam a leg on the Pioneers' fourth-place 400 free relay.

Transylvania is back in action Dec. 7 for the Transylvania Invitational.

– Jeff Nations

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APSU's Wilson tallies 2 TD catches in win over Racers

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Austin Peay junior wide receiver DeAngelo Wilson (Bowling Green Class of 2017) hauled in six catches for 92 yards and a pair of touchdowns in the Governors' 42-7 road win over Murray State on Saturday.

Wilson caught a 40-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter from JaVaughn Craig, then added an 8-yard TD reception in the fourth quarter. Wilson also contributed on special teams with one punt return for 13 yards.

APSU freshman defensive lineman Caden McKinnis (Logan County Class of 2019) was credited with two pass breakups.

Austin Peay (8-3 overall, 6-1 OVC) wraps up regular-season play Nov. 23 at home against Eastern Illinois.

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Navy sophomore fullback Jamale Carothers (Bowling Green Class of 2017) totaled 11 carries for 41 yards as the No. 21-ranked Midshipmen dropped a 52-20 decision at No. 16 Notre Dame on Saturday.

Notre Dame freshman defensive lineman Jacob Lacey (South Warren Class of 2019) tallied four tackles – three solo – for the Fighting Irish.

Navy (7-2) hosts No. 20 SMU on Nov. 23.

Notre Dame (8-2) hosts Boston College on Nov. 23.

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Lindsey Wilson senior defensive lineman Damani Jenkins (Barren County Class of 2015) helped the No. 7-ranked Blue Raiders secure an automatic into the NAIA Football Championship Series and win the Mid-South Conference Bluegrass Division title with a 24-21 road win over previously unbeaten Cumberlands on Saturday.

Jenkins tallied a sack for a four-yard loss among his five tackles – four solo.

Lindsey Wilson redshirt freshman defensive lineman Devan Jackson (Bowling Green Class of 2018) chipped in with two tackles.

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Kentucky Wesleyan junior wide receiver Chauncey Greer (Warren East Class of 2017) hauled in a 47-yard touchdown catch to help the Panthers avoid a winless season with a 41-30 home win over Alderson-Broaddus (W.Va.) on Saturday.

Greer finished with a team-high six receptions for 67 yards and the touchdown. He also gained three yards rushing.

KWC senior wide receiver Jacob Yates (Bowling Green Class of 2016) had two catches for 22 yards, one punt return for seven yards and added a solo tackle.

Panthers freshman tight end Chandler Silvey (Logan County Class of 2019) had one catch for seven yards.

Kentucky Wesleyan junior defensive lineman Dalan Cofer (Bowling Green Class of 2017) tallied a sack good for a 10-yard loss among his four tackles – three solo – while also forcing a fumble and recovering it.

Kentucky Wesleyan finished the season 1-10 overall and 1-6 in the Great Midwest Athletic Conference.

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Rose-Hulman freshman linebacker Pete Cross (South Warren Class of 2019) totaled a team-high nine tackles, including two tackles for loss and a quarterback hurry, in the Fightin' Engineers' 47-14 road loss to No. 8 Saint John's (Minn.).

Rose-Hulman junior offensive lineman Allen Powell (Bowling Green Class of 2017) tallied a solo tackle in the game.

Rose-Hulman completed its season with a 6-4 record.

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Georgia Tech redshirt freshman defensive lineman Justice Dingle (Bowling Green Class of 2018) tallied one tackle in the Yellow Jackets' 45-0 home loss to Virginia Tech on Saturday.

Georgia Tech (2-8 overall, 1-6 ACC) hosts North Carolina State on Nov. 21.

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Morehead State redshirt defensive lineman Jacob Wilde (South Warren Class of 2016) finished with one tackle in Saturday's 52-20 road loss to San Diego.

Morehead State (5-6 overall, 3-4 Pioneer Football League) hosts Stetson on Nov. 23.

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Campbellsville sophomore defensive back Xavier Newland (Franklin-Simpson Class of 2017) tallied two tackles in the Tigers' season-ending 63-28 loss to Bethel (Tenn.) on Saturday.

Campbellsville finished the season 1-9 overall and 0-7 in the Mid-South Conference. 

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Union junior linebacker Demonte Bell (Greenwood Class of 2016) tallied one tackle in the Bulldogs' season-ending 63-0 road loss to Reinhardt (Ga.).

Union ended the season 0-11 overall and 0-6 in Mid-South Conference play.

– Jeff Nations 

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Aviles tallies goal as Bellarmine reaches GLVC title game

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Bellarmine senior midfielder Gilio Aviles (Bowling Green Class of 2016) tallied a goal to help the 12th-ranked Knights top No. 17 Maryville (Mo.) 2-1 Friday in the Great Lakes Valley Conference Men's Soccer Tournament semifinals.

Second-seeded Bellarmine needed a goal in the 90th minute to advance to Sunday's championship against top-seeded McKendree (Ill.).

Aviles tallied his goal in the seventh minute to put Bellarmine (15-0-4) ahead early.

Bellarmine, ranked No. 12 in NCAA Division II, will face No 24 McKendree (Ill.) in the championship Nov. 17 in Jeffersonville, Ind.

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Georgetown freshman forward Kyran Jones (Bowling Green Class of 2017) nearly tallied a double-double with nine points and 10 rebounds for the NAIA No. 1-ranked Tigers in Friday's 88-73 home men's basketball win over No. 15 Vanguard (Calif.).

Jones also had three blocks in the win.

Georgetown (6-0) returns to action Nov. 19 at home against Indiana University Southeast.

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Transylvania freshman outside hitter Emmie Bender (Greenwood Class of 2019) tallied three kills to help the Pioneers to their first-ever win in the NCAA Division III Tournament with a 3-1 volleyball win over Birmingham Southern on Friday in Atlanta.

Transylvania, seeded fifth in the Atlanta Regional, the Pioneers will meet No. 1 seed and nationally ranked No. 1 Emory (Ga.) on on Nov. 16 in the second round of the tournament.

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UAB sophomore guard Tavin Lovan (Franklin-Simpson Class of 2017) tallied 10 points in the Blazers' 66-55 home men's basketball loss to Utah Valley on Friday.

Lovan, who tied for the team lead in scoring, also had four rebounds and a block.

UAB (2-1) hosts Mount St. Mary's on Nov. 20.

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Western Kentucky redshirt senior guard/forward Jared Savage (Warren Central Class of 2015) scored eight points in the Hilltoppers' 79-71 men's basketball road win over Eastern Kentucky on Friday.

Savage, who played only 12 minutes before leaving with an injury, also had four rebounds, two blocks, two assists and a steal.

Western Kentucky (3-0) hosts Campbellsville on Nov. 18.

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Kentucky junior Madisyn Peeples (Bowling Green Class of 2017) finished 84th in Friday's NCAA Southeast Regional Cross Country Championships in Earlysville, Va.

Peeples completed the 6k course in 21 minutes, 59.1 seconds to help Kentucky to an eighth-place finish.

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Brescia sophomore outside hitter Hannah Yonts (South Warren Class of 2018) and sophomore middle hitter Shelby Hardison (Logan County Class of 2018) tallied 12 kills apiece in Friday's 3-2 home volleyball win over Rio Grande (Ohio).

Hardison added four block assists, two solo blocks and a dig. Yonts added two block assists and a dig.

Brescia junior defensive specialist Kailee Moore (Logan County Class of 2017) finished with 11 digs, a service ace and a kill.

Brescia (27-6 overall, 14-1 River States Conference) takes on visiting West Virginia Tech on Nov. 16.

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Campbellsville redshirt junior guard Savannah Gregory (Allen County-Scottsville Class of 2016) tallied 12 points in Friday's 114-48 women's basketball home win over Simmons College.

Gregory also had five rebounds, two steals, two assists and a block in the win for the Lady Tigers, No. 2 nationally in the NAIA Division II rankings.

Campbellsville freshman guard Bailey Pedigo (Barren County Class of 2019) added five points along with six assists, two steals and a rebound.

Campbellsville (5-0) next faces No. 6 Marian (Ind.) on Nov. 16.

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Lipscomb sophomore forward Keely Morrow (Bowling Green Class of 2018) totaled six points in Friday's 71-69 women's basketball home win over Northern Kentucky.

Morrow also had a steal and an assist in the win.

Lipscomb (1-2) hosts Murray State on Nov. 19.

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Transylvania freshman Michael Light (Bowling Green Class of 2019) helped the Pioneers' men's swim team to a 178-66 dual-meet win over host Union on Friday.

Light was fourth in the 200-yard freestyle (2:07.20), fourth in the 500 free (5:48.48), fifth in the 100 free (59.31) and swam a leg on the Pioneers' third-place 200 free relay.

Transylvania hosts Franklin College on Nov. 16.

– Jeff Nations

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Ayers, Crump lead Centre to upset win over Wabash

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Centre senior guard Perry Ayers (Bowling Green Class of 2016) and junior guard Dawson Crump (Greenwood Class of 2017) helped the Colonels to a 77-76 men's basketball win over host Wabash (Ind.) – ranked the No. 14 team in the D3hoops.com Top 25 poll – on Thursday night.

Ayers finished with a team-high 19 points on 7-of-12 shooting along with six rebounds, three assists and a steal.

Crump tallied 14 points on 5-of-8 shooting. He also had two rebounds, two assists and a steal.

Centre (2-1) is back in action Nov. 20 at Transylvania.

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Pikeville junior libero Brittany Reels (Greenwood Class of 2017) tallied nine digs in Thursday's 3-0 loss to Campbellsville in the opening round of the Mid-South Conference Volleyball Tournament in Bowling Green.

Pikeville completed its season with a 9-22 record.

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Cumberland (Tenn.) sophomore setter/defensive specialist Shea Moore (Bowling Green Class of 2018) tallied four digs and a service ace in Thursday's 3-2 volleyball loss to Life (Ga.) in the Mid-South Conference Volleyball Tournament quarterfinals in Bowling Green.

– Jeff Nations

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Murray scores 16 for Brescia in road setback

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Brescia redshirt junior guard Tristen Murray (Warren Central Class of 2016) tallied 16 points in the Bearcats' 76-58 road loss to Lee (Tenn.) on Wednesday.

Murray was 6-of-12 from the field, including 3-of-6 on 3-point attempts. He also grabbed a rebound.

Brescia junior forward Dylan Beckham (South Warren Class of 2017) added two points and a block for the Bearcats.

Brescia (1-5) plays at Murray State on Nov 16.

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Bellarmine sophomore guard Pedro Bradshaw (Russellville Class of 2017) tallied five points and five rebounds in Wednesday's 90-51 men's basketball win over visiting Kentucky Wesleyan.

Bradshaw, who started for the Knights, added three assists and two steals in 16 minutes of action.

Bellarmine (3-0) is next at Lindenwood (Mo.) on Nov. 20.

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Kentucky Christian junior guard Jordan Buchanan (South Warren Class of 2015) tallied six points off the bench in Wednesday's 102-71 home loss to Union.

Buchanan, who was 3-for-6 from the field, also tallied two rebounds.

Kentucky Christian (1-6) returns to action Nov. 16 at Columbia International (S.C.).

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Union junior guard/forward Skyler Burd (Glasgow Class of 2017) scored eight points off the bench in Wednesday's 80-68 women's basketball road loss to Kentucky Christian.

Burd, who was 3-of-4 from the field, added five rebounds, two assists, a block and a steal.

Union (3-2 overall, 1-2 Appalachian Athletic Conference) is at Asbury on Nov. 16.

– Jeff Nations

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Morrow tallies 10 points for Lipscomb in overtime road loss

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Lipscomb sophomore forward Keely Morrow (Bowling Green Class of 2018) tallied 10 points off the bench for the Bison in Tuesday's 65-63 overtime women's basketball loss to host Jacksonville State.

Morrow also had three rebounds.

Lipscomb (0-2) hosts Northern Kentucky on Nov. 15.

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Webber International (Fla.) sophomore guard Amaya Lasley (South Warren Class of 2018) tallied seven points and seven rebounds in Tuesday's 91-31 home women's basketball win over visiting Trinity College (Fla.).

Lasley also had five assists and a steal in the win.

Webber International (3-1) hosts Keiser (Fla.) on Nov. 16.

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Asbury sophomore forward Sarah Dennison (South Warren Class of 2018) finished with four points and four rebounds in Tuesday's 83-80 women's basketball win over host Cumberland (Tenn.).

Dennison also blocked two shots and added an assist.

Asbury (6-1) will host Union on Nov. 16

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Wright State sophomore guard Skyelar Potter (Warren Central Class of 2018) tallied four points in Tuesday's 85-80 overtime men's basketball win against Tennessee Tech.

Potter also had four rebounds and an assist for the Raiders.

Wright State (3-0) hosts Kent State on Nov. 16.

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Georgetown College freshman forward Kyran Jones (Bowling Green Class of 2017) tallied nine points and eight rebounds in Tuesday's 95-54 men's basketball win over visiting Midway.

Jones, who started for the Tigers, was 4-of-6 from the field.

Midway senior guard Kaleb Britt (Warren East Class of 2016) tallied two points, three assists and a rebound.

Georgetown (5-0) hosts Vanguard (Calif.) in the Central Bank Jim Reid Classic on Nov. 15.

Midway (2-3) will face Vanguard on Saturday in the Jim Reid Classic at Georgetown.

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Brescia redshirt junior guard Tristen Murray (Warren Central Class of 2016) tallied five points and three rebounds in Tuesday's 125-55 road loss to NCAA Division I Jacksonville State.

Brescia junior forward Dylan Beckham (South Warren Class of 2017) added a rebound and an assist. The game did not count toward the record of NAIA Brescia, while Jacksonville State did count the win.

Brescia (1-4) is at Lee (Tenn.) on Nov. 13.

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Pikeville junior libero Brittany Reels (Greenwood Class of 2017) and Cumberland (Tenn.) sophomore setter/defensive specialist Shea Moore (Bowling Green Class of 2018) were named Tuesday to the Mid-South Conference All-Academic Volleyball Team.

Pikeville (9-21) faces Campbellsville in the opening round of the Mid-South Conference tournament on Nov. 14. Cumberland (22-13) will face Life (Ga.) on Nov. 14 in the quarterfinals of the tournament in Bowling Green.

– Jeff Nations

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