Extractions: Official Basketball Box Score Lakeland vs Martin Luther 11/20/04 6 p.m. at Robertson Center at Bethel University Play-By-Play Lakeland vs Martin Luther 11/20/04 6 p.m. at Robertson Center at Bethel University Lakeland 39, Martin Luther 32 Lakeland 67, Martin Luther 52 Lakeland vs Martin Luther (11/20/04 - Period 2 00:00) POINTS OFF TURNOVERS 1 2 - Tot Lakeland................ 11 14 - 25 Martin Luther........... 2 6 - 8 POINTS IN PAINT 1 2 - Tot Lakeland................ - Martin Luther........... - 2ND CHANCE POINTS 1 2 - Tot Lakeland................ 12 9 - 21 Martin Luther........... 3 4 - 7 FAST BREAK POINTS 1 2 - Tot Lakeland................ - Martin Luther........... - BENCH POINTS 1 2 - Tot Lakeland................ 5 11 - 16 Martin Luther........... 4 2 - 6 SCORE TIED BY 1 2 - Tot Lakeland................ 1 - 1 Martin Luther........... 3 - 3 LEAD GAINED BY 1 2 - Tot Lakeland................ 2 - 2 Martin Luther........... 2 - 2
Extractions: MDW News Service The opening ceremonies and the two championship games were played at the Fort Myer Fitness Center, and games were also played at Anacostia Naval Station, Henderson Hall and Bolling Air Force Base. The Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps kicked off the tournament Friday night with a plaintive rendition of the National Anthem. A Color Guard from The Old Guard led the musicians out onto the basketball court at the Fort Myer Fitness Center to begin four days of exciting basketball. The Fort Myer men and the Henderson Hall women were crowned champions on Sunday after playing six games over the weekend. "It's part of building the joint services family," Edward Gonzalez, acting director of the Fort Myer Directorate of Personnel and Community Activities, said about the importance of the event. "It's competition. It's physical fitness that ties in with readiness. It allows us to share facilities and it allows the community to see good basketball." "It's gotten bigger," Tyrone Hill, chief physical activities director for Fort Myer, said about the tournament. "We had to turn four teams away in the men's division. We're partners with other services and that's what makes it unique."
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Extractions: NEWS SPORTS ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS ... SEARCH Complete list of Journal Star Athlete and Players of the Year. Baseball Brandon Wikoff Limestone Ryan Eigsti Eureka Drew Gierich Tremont Ryan Schmidgall Limestone Jacob Dixon ROWVA Brian Meischner East Peoria Brock Till Lewistown Brian ONeill Notre Dame Ryan Alexander Notre Dame Andy Reeb Metamora Cory McLeod Morton Courtland Tubbs Manual Brian Quinn East Peoria Sean Watkins Notre Dame Class AA Boys Basketball Jamar Smith Richwoods Shaun Livingston Central Brian Randle Notre Dame Robert Faulkner Richwoods Marcellus Sommerville Central Dirk Williams Pekin Marlon Brooks Manual Frank Williams Manual Joey Range Galesburg Sergio McClain Manual Mike Robinson Jr. Richwoods Willie Coleman Manual Brandun Hughes Manual Beau Smith Central Troy Taylor Richwoods Class A Boys Basketball Ryan Burks Midwest Central Micah Lavender Peoria Christian Chad Cox Macomb Nathan Koster Lewistown Jake Sottos Monmouth Barry Welsh Abingdon Rhet Wierzba Farmington Seth Nelson Farmington Shawn Jeppson Hall Travis Lewis Williamsfield Ryan Knuppel Midwest Central Ben Wierzba Farmington Nathaniel Meiss Eureka Brian VanWeelden Flanagan Matt McDonald Princeton David McGinnis Illini Central Toby Whiteman Knoxville Class AA Girls Basketball
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STLtoday - Prep Sports - Basketball - Boys Landon Shipley isn t the biggest high school basketball player in town. whose Gators alumni include ryan robertson, another former AllMetro player of http://prepsports.stltoday.com/ssi/prep/stories2005.nsf/basketball-boys/story/1B
Extractions: Date: 12/27/00 23:32 Since it's here, we might as well enjoy it as long as it lasts. The ABA, the league no one was clamoring for, made its Kansas City debut Wednesday night inside Kemper Arena. Our Knights, the team too good for JaRon Rush, hammered the Memphis Houn'Dawgs for the second night in a row. The history books will show that our Knights had about as impressive a start as Knights investors could've dreamed. Not only did the Knights outclass the Houn'Dawgs 105-82, but a little more than 7,000 Kansas Citians actually showed up to watch, and to top it off, they even acted like they cared. They booed bad calls by the referees. They chanted "Knights, Knights" on occasion. They quickly identified a fan favorite in burly, longtime NBA veteran Antoine Carr, who once he gets in shape will be unstoppable in this league. When former Kansas player Darrin Hancock broke loose in the open court and threw down a two-handed jam, the Kemper crowd erupted as if Roy Williams had just announced he was turning down North Carolina.
2000 MIAC Men's Basketball Statistics Eric robertson, Bethel College, Jr. 19, 89, 0, 73, 251, 13.21. Mike Nester, St.John s University ryan Gerry, Macalester College, Jr. 20, 71, 174, 0.408 http://www.miac-online.org/Stats/Archivedstats/mbasketballstats2000.html
Extractions: Sign My Guestbook View My Guestbook Well, another college basketball season is upon us, five great months leading up to the frenzy we know as March Madness. On this page, you'll see a few things: a Top 25 with brief insights on each team, a NCAA Tournament prediction, 3 all american teams, and a group of sleepers ripe for the upset. TOP 25 Kansas - The past two years, Kansas has had the most talent in the country and has been unable to win it all. This year they may get it done, as two All-Americans, in Paul Pierce and Raef Lafrentz return. A lot of hope has been placed in Lester Earl, a midseason transfer from LSU. Jacque Vaughn is gone but Ryan Robertson will fill in admirably, although he can't hope to be as good as Vaughn. Duke Although on their own, neither Trajan Langdon or Steve Wojciechowski is spectactular, together they form a deadly tandem which will be tough to stop. A great deal rides on the recruits, especially Burgess, Brand, and Battier. These three should lead the inside game which will determine how far Duke goes, the backcourt is a given. Arizona - You know Arizona's loaded for a repeat when their leading scorer isn't even one of the top three returners. Miles Simon, Mike Bibby, Micheael Dickerson, and company are back and better than last year. But like Arkansas, UCLA, and Kentucky know, everyone will be shooting for them, making it tough to repeat.
Olson, Cats Begin Title Defense No. 1 The 199798 college basketball season kicks off tonight, but the action really Point guard ryan robertson will be under pressure to replace the great http://dailybeacon.utk.edu/issues/v76/n52/top20.53s.html
The University Of Montana - Western - Tal Michael. Michael Mori. Jarrett Monroe. Matt robertson. Buck ryan of Whitehall High School where he participated in high school rodeo and basketball. http://www.umwestern.edu/athletics/rodeo/page6.htm
Extractions: Jabe Anderson Jabe Anderson is a 2001 graduate of Dillon's Beaverhead County High School. He is a transfer from Dawson Community College. Anderson is a four time qualifier to the Montana High School Rodeo finals and placed fourth in steer wrestling in 2001. He placed third in the Big Sky Region in steer wrestling in both 2002 and 2003. In 2002 and 2004, he qualified for the College National Finals. Anderson is a business major and the son of J.B. Anderson and Jan Potter.
Saratoga News | High School Basketball robertson joined him in double figures with 12 points. ryan Fujihara had a coupleof threes among his eight points, Supan had four points, http://www.svcn.com/archives/saratoganews/02.09.00/basketball-0006.html
Extractions: Westmont, Leland meet in two big games By Dick Sparrer There was plenty on the line when the Westmont and Leland basketball teams collided last week. Not just once... but twice! The Westmont and Leland girls played an important second-place game in the rugged Mt. Hamilton Division of the Blossom Valley Athletic League, and the Warriors and Chargers played for first in boys action in the West Valley Division of the BVAL. But while the games were similar in their importance in the league races, the results were very different. The Westmont girls turned back the Chargers 49-37 to take over sole ownership of the second place in the division race. Mitty tops the pack at 10-0 with Westmont second at 8-2. But the Westmont boys dropped a 49-31 nod to Leland to slip a game behind the Chargers in the West Valley title race. Westmont came back to beat Lick 70-48 later in the week to improve to 7-2 in league play, but Leland beat Pioneer in overtime to move to 8-1. Warriors win Mia Simmons poured in 16 points, and Alyssa Parsons added 11 to lead the Westmont girls to the 49-37 win over Leland.
Extractions: Hit up TarheelDaily , or scroll on down to the article. After you check it out, if you want to discuss my opinions, email me . I will also appear on WXYC FM 89.3 Chapel Hill for Sunday Night SportsRap this fall on Sundays between 9-10PM. Also, check out my weekly music show, which can be heard at www.wxyc.org , this fall Stay tuned for time details. Enjoy the article..... BD Tarheel Daily Article by Bret Dougherty Hustlers Convention, Live @ Reebok ABCD Basketball Camp, Teaneck, NJ July 16, 2004 'Hustlers Convention' Live @ Reebok ABCD Basketball Camp, Teaneck, NJ July 16, 2004 Damn 'Sports Zones' and OTBs...They took away the juice...The computerized smoke-filled lounges with their sticky couches have pillaged the tracks and gyms across America of hustlers, wackos, and risk junkies. No longer is it easy to find a place where an assembly of hustlers will gather in one place to pick apart and wonder how physical specimens may perform under competitive pressure. Well, if you are one of those lost souls, that juice can still be found at the annual ABCD Basketball Camp in New Jersey, which is run by Reebok grassroots basketball mob boss Sonny Vaccaro and his henchmen. What a place...Where else can you find an assembly of basketball aficionados like George Karl, Peter Vescey, and Rick Pitino pressing palms while drinking in the stories of the hustlers of the basketball community?
Central College Men S Basketball - Awards 199293 ryan Klyn 1993-94 ryan Klyn 1994-95 Mike Valster, Randy Smid 1991-92Matt Tanis, Chris robertson 1992-93 Brent Vander Waal, Tom Vander Laan http://www.central.edu/athletics/mensbasketball/awards.html
Extractions: Official Basketball Box Score GAME TOTALS FINAL STATISTICS St. Mary's vs Bethel College 1/29/03 7:30 p.m. at Robertson Center at Bethel College Technical fouls: St. Mary's-, TEAM. Bethel College-None. Attendance: 400 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total St. Mary's.................... 24 33 - 57 Bethel College................ 33 51 - 84 Newspaper Box Score St. Mary's vs Bethel College 1/29/03 7:30 p.m. at Robertson Center at Bethel College At Robertson Center at Bethel College BETHEL COLLEGE 84, ST. MARY'S 57 ST. MARY'S (2-15/2-10 MIAC) Nick Michaels 5-11 6-10 20; Jim Wangler 3-15 3-4 11; Lance Larson 2-10 4-4 8; Dan Kloak 2-5 3-4 7; Terrence Smith 2-8 0-0 4; Adam Kraemer 1-2 0-0 3; Ryan Bormann 0-3 2-2 2; Todd Yankowski 1-6 0-0 2; Brensley Haywood 0-2 0-0 0; Allyn Emery 0-1 0-0 0; Mike O'Hara 0-4 0-0 0; Josh Fernholz 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 16-69 18-24 57. BETHEL COLLEGE (11-6/9-3 MIAC) Andy Gilbert 7-14 1-2 20; Joe Dykhoff 3-9 6-7 12; Josh Moberg 3-3 5-7 11; Travis Jones 4-7 1-2 9; John Jacobs 2-6 5-7 9; Tim Gilbert 3-6 0-0 7; Drew Brodin 2-3 2-2 7; Joe Madson 2-7 0-2 5; Brian Gray 1-1 0-0 2; Isaac Allen 1-2 0-0 2; Jake Donatelle 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 28-59 20-29 84. St. Mary's.................... 24 33 - 57 Bethel College................ 33 51 - 84