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Bengals, Dalton on Crocker, Anthony Davis!, HS & college hoops

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NBA

Holy former Wildcat!
Anthony Davis: 40 points, 21 rebounds last night

Bengals

 

NFL 

(Courtesy Jock Biz Sports)

Michael Johnson (left) signs his new contract with Tampa Bay, as agent John Thornton (right) looks on.

MLB
Barrett Cohen is a finalist for the San Diego Padres public address announcer job.

MLS
Local product, Nick Hagglund (Lakota West/Xavier), made his MLS debut in Toronto FC's 3-2 win over Seattle on Saturday. He is turning heads. 

High school hoops
Congrats:
Princeton girls win state championship
Roger Bacon boys headed to state 

Tweet of the weekend

 

Thomas More women fall
(WALLA WALLA, Wash.) - The top-ranked Thomas More College women's basketball team fell, 76-60, to seventh-ranked Whitman College fell, 76-60, tonight (Friday, March 15, 2014) in an "Elite Eight" game of the NCAA Division III Women's Basketball Championship Tournament at the Sherwood Center in Walla Walla, Washington.
The Saints end the season with a program-best record of 31-1. 
Sophomore guard/forward Sydney Moss (St. Albans, W.Va./Boone County (Ky.)) tied the NCAA Division III women's basketball single-season scoring record at the 8:13 mark of the first half with a lay-up. The lay-up gave Moss 891 points tying Jeannie Demers (Buena Vista College), who set the mark at 1987. Moss finished the game with 891 points on the season as she suffered a game-ending injury with 7:24 to play in the first half.
The game marked the end of a career for Beasley and fellow senior guardKatie Kitchen (Alexandria, Ky./Campbell County). Beasley will graduate with the Thomas More single-game (18), single-season (238) and career (531) assists record. Kitchen leaves Thomas More as the seventh-all-time scorer with 1,213 career points.

Congrats

 

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