Class A girls set Lions All-Star game record


On paper, the Class A girls basketball roster is stacked. Monday night at Bismarck Legacy High School, they proved it.

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Class A’s Lilly Keplin (40) looks to drive against McKenzie Johnson from the Class B team during the Lions All-Star Game at Legacy High on Monday night.

Mya Klein, right, from the Class A All-Star Team, is defended by Class B’s Lauryn Heide of the Class B team Monday night.

Anni Stier, left, from the Class B All-Star Team, drives against Jalyn Helstad from the West Team during Monday night’s Lions All-Star Game at Legacy High School.

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In the 38th edition of the Lions All-Star Girls Basketball Series, the Class A girls set a new record for margin of victory, rolling to a 91-45 victory. The previous mark was 39 points set in 1990, also by Class A.

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Date: 106560791A6200A80BCECBE5E23A2EA2
Author: DAVE SELVIG Bismarck Tribune
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Texas A&M University-Commerce’s Jaslyn Wacker and Princess Davis Nominated for 2019 NCAA Woman of the Year

Texas A&M University-Commerce student-athletes Jaslyn Wacker and Princess Davis have been nominated for the 2019 NCAA Woman of the Year award, as announced by the NCAA on Wednesday.

Established in 1991, the NCAA Woman of the Year award recognizes graduating female college athletes who have exhausted their eligibility and distinguished themselves in academics, athletics, service, and leadership throughout their collegiate careers. The NCAA encourages member schools to honor their top graduating female student-athletes each year by submitting their names for consideration for the Woman of the Year award.

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47th Annual MAC Hall of Fame induction, awards set

CLINTON, Miss. (WTOK) – The 47th Annual Mississippi Association of Coaches Hall of Fame Induction & Awards Banquet will be Friday, June 21, at 6 p.m. at the Hilton Hotel in Jackson off County Line Road and I-55 North.

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A number of area coaches have been named to the MAC Coaches Hall of Fame and tapped for coach of the year honors.

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* Coach M. C. Miller is an acclaimed championship football coach and athletic director who coached programs at Noxubee County and Louisville High. Born in Louisville, M. C. was an All-Big Eight football and basketball star at Camile High who achieved his college degrees at Wiley College in Marshall, Texas, and at Alcorn. Coach Miller launched his 45-year coaching career at Noxubee County. He would later leave for Louisville High before returning to Noxubee County and then back to Louisville where he present coaches. As assistant coach and head coach, his football teams combined for 11 district titles, 5 North State crowns, and 5 State Championships. M. C. led Noxubee County to the 2008 state championships and Louisville High to 4 state titles in 1991, 1993, 2013, and 2018. Coach Miller’s gridiron squads had a mark of 282 wins, 131 losses, and 4 ties. He is a 10-time coach of the year recipient as honored by the district, the Clarion Ledger, the Commercial Dispatch, the MAC, and the Army Bowl. He was head coach in the 2003 Bernard Blackwell All-Star Classic and in the 2010 Mississippi/Alabama All-Star game.

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FEATURE: Kingwood native Travis Swanson reflects on NFL career, future

That is a day that Swanson will never forget. It was when his daughter Kendyl Gray Swanson was born and, in turn, caused the former Kingwood High School and Arkansas Razorback star to reevaluate things following the completion of his fifth NFL season.

After talking with his wife Emily, on May 18, Swanson officially announced his retirement from the NFL in an Instagram post that was led with a photo of him holding little Kendyl.

“When it came down to it, it just felt like the right thing to do,” Swanson said. “I was kind of at that point of my career too where I was completely vested with all the benefits that the NFL has to offer, which was another big plus.”

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Date: 2019-07-11T22:00:00+00:00
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VOTE for the 2018-19 Shore Sports Network Readers’ Choice Awards

During the season we select our All-Shore teams as well as Players and Coaches of the Year and the No. 1 team in each of the sports we cover. For our’year-end awards we’re turning it over to you, our loyal fans and readers, to help decide the best of the best in the Shore Conference during the course of the past school year. We’ve pared it down to four categories from the sports we cover while adding a few wild cards names/teams from some additional sports.

Below are voting polls for Male and Female Athlete of the Year, Team of the Year and Coach of the Year. Read the bios for each nominee and cast your votes. The polls will be open for 10 days and close on June 28 at midnight. The winners will be announced right here on ShoreSportsNetwork.com on Friday, June 29.

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Date: 2019-06-19 12:39:58
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