Sports: Thursday, December 6, 2018
6 December 2018 Sports
More Accolades For Bauserman, SU Women Win, Caps Try To Stop Skid
In area high school basketball last night, in boys action:
Clarke County lost to Manassas Park 73-36
Central beat Page 79-48
and Brentsville defeated Sherando 53-48
On the girl’s side:
Page nipped Central 38-35
The post-season honors continue to roll in for Shenandoah University quarterback Hayden Bauserman. The Woodstock Central product has been named as Offensive Back Of The Year for NCAA Division 2, 3, and NAIA in selections announced yesterday by the Touchdown Club of Virginia.
He’ll receive his honor next Wednesday in Richmond. Bauserman is also a candidate for the Lanier Award, given to the top player in Virginia in D-2, D-3, and NAIA.
The Hornet women broke a 4-game losing streak with a 59-51 win over Goucher last night at the Wilkins Center. SU raced to a 14-2 lead and led by as many as 21 before coach Melissa Smeltzer-Kraft emptied her bench. The 4-4 Hornets were led by Ashley Stone’s 14 points. Next up for the SU women, a trip to Southern Virginia for a 7 pm tipoff tonight.
The Hornet men return to the court Saturday for an ODAC contest against Guilford. Tipoff is set for 2pm at the Wilkins Center, with a 1:45 air time on The River 95-3.
In college hoops, the number-15 Virginia Tech Hokies had no problem with VMI, taking down the Keydets 89-68. With the win, Tech improves to 7-1.
The Washington Capitals will try to break a 2-game skid when they skate at Arizona tonight. Face-off is set for 9, with an 8:45 air time on NBC SportsRadio 1450.
Bradley Beal had 36 last night in a 131-117 win over Atlanta. The 5-20 Hawks made the contest interesting with a 45-point third quarter before the 11-14 Wizards regrouped in the final stanza.
Jacksonville and Tennessee kick the NFL weekend off tonight. The Titans are 6-6 and are trying to stay alive in the AFC Wild Card race, while the Jags have struggled to a 4-8 record. Kickoff happens at 8:20.
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