Area Boys And Girls Basketball Scores (12-10)

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first_imgArea Boys And Girls Basketball Scores.Saturday  (12-10)Boys ScoresPlainfield  65     Batesville  34Oldenburg  47     DePaul’s Cristo Rey  18Brownstown Central  68     South Ripley  58Milan  58     Waldron  40South Dearborn  59     Franklin County  52Edinburgh  77     North Decatur  70Rushville  59     Blue River  45Franklin  82     Hauser  78  (OT)Connersville  41     Pendleton Heights  39SW Hanover  64     Carroll County  43Girls ScoresEast Central  69     South Dearborn  34Jac-Cen-Del  63     Morristown  42South Ripley  62     Franklin County  48Milan  43     Edinburgh  39Oldenburg  47     Union County  36Rushville  48     Greensburg  45Borden  57     South Decatur  49Connersville  41     Lawrenceburg  39Shawe Memorial  54     Switz. County  35South Central  50     SW Hanover  34Triton Central  40     SW Shelby  31last_img read more


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first_imgSOUTHAMPTON, England, (CMC) – Shanel Daley is hoping her outing at the upcoming ICC Women’s World Cup later this month closes a difficult chapter in her career, which nearly resulted in her premature retirement from the game.The 28-year-old, a veteran of the West Indies Women squad with 64 One-Day Internationals and 68 Twenty20 Internationals, has been sidelined for nearly the last three years with injury.Picked on the virtue of her experience after proving her fitness – if not her form – in the recently staged Regional Super50 in the Caribbean, Daley said she was excited to be back in the senior side set-up for a major tournament.“It feels really good [to be back],” the Jamaican all-rounder said here at the start of the Caribbean side’s camp at the Ageas Bowl ahead of the June 24 to July 23 World Cup here.“I was talking to Anisa Mohammed and I told her leaving the Caribbean I wasn’t really feeling the fever but when we got here everything just started coming back, it started hitting me that I was at the World Cup.”Daley was one of the veterans from the last World Cup in India four years ago, playing every game as West Indies Women did well to reach the final before losing to Australia.However, it was her last major tournament as injury ruled her out of the T20 World Cup last year when West Indies lifted the title.She said the period away from the game was a painful one and admitted she came close to ending her career.“I think the first year or so was pretty difficult because seeing the team out there playing, they had a few tours in the Caribbean and outside the Caribbean,” she explained.“It was difficult, I won’t lie, it was difficult to the point where I even thought about quitting but I had encouragment from my teammates … I fought through it.”West Indies enter the World Cup as one of the favourites but Daley said with the weight of expectation present, she was not getting ahead of herself.“I’m taking it one day at a time. You know it’s the World Cup and everybody wants to win, we want that title so I think taking it one step at a time [is important],” she said.“[I am] managing myself and seeing how it goes from the training sessions, practice games leading up to the World Cup, I’m just going to take it one day at a time.”She added: “We definitely have to play together as a team. We have to support each other, on and off the field. Once we do that, I think we’ll be good.”Daley’s return to the side has conincided with the selection of four uncapped players for the upcoming tournament, with Reniece Boyce, Quinana Joseph, Akeira Peters and Felicia Walters all handed their debut tour.And she said she hopes the quartet could make their mark quickly.“I think it’s good for the game, I think it’s good for West Indies cricket to have the youngsters among the senior players,” she noted.“I’ve played alongside Reniece Boyce and Felicia Walters in Trinidad and I’m looking forward to seeing what they can do in this World Cup, I’m looking forward to great things from them.”last_img read more


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first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Trevor Cooney attempted 230 3-pointers and Jim Boeheim thinks that Syracuse was, for the most part, playing the right odds.“Last year, he really had to take some shots that were not quality shots. But he had to take them,” Boeheim said at ACC Basketball Media Day on Wednesday. “I wanted him to take them because he had the best chance, his percentage of the bad shots were better than some of the other guys who were shooting about 17 percent.”As the Orange plans to base its offense on 3s this coming season, Boeheim expects a slight tweak in Cooney’s role. He said the fifth-year senior — SU’s leading returning scorer who averaged 13.4 points per game last season — still has the same green light, but that he’d like Cooney to take out the 40 or 50 “bad shots” he took last season. Boeheim thinks that could bump Cooney’s 3-point percentage — 30.9 last season — up seven or eight points and, in turn, improve the offense considerably.“I definitely think I, personally, can only benefit from us having more shooters this year,” Cooney said earlier in the day. “The shots I am going to take are going to be better and the whole floor will be opened up for everybody to make more things happen.”Boeheim said Cooney was one of two reliable perimeter options last season, which led teams to press up on him and force him into contested shots at times. Cooney said Wednesday he hopes opponents play him the same way because this year’s team is better equipped to capitalize on it. Boeheim counted five or six capable shooters on his team, which could include any of Cooney, Michael Gbinije, Malachi Richardson, Kaleb Joseph, Tyler Lydon and Frank Howard.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse expects to take as many as 25-to-30 3s a game in the coming season, with the attempts spread out to a deeper pool of shooters. That will probably cut into Cooney’s 230 tries, but he see that as a positive change.“I think it allow me to score more honestly,” Cooney said. “That may sound funny, but if I’m taking less shots but the quality of the shots is higher, then I’ll be in really good shape with the rest of the offense.” Comments Published on October 28, 2015 at 6:23 pm Contact Jesse: jcdoug01@syr.edu | @dougherty_jesselast_img read more