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Gardner-Webb, Hampton meet in conference play STEPPING UP: The prolific Jermaine Marrow has averaged 23.9 points and 6.2 assists to lead the way for the Pirates. Complementing Marrow is Ben Stanley, who is producing 22 points and 7.5 rebounds per game. The Runnin’ Bulldogs are led by Eric Jamison Jr., who is averaging 14 points and 5.6 rebounds.CREATING OFFENSE: Marrow has either made or assisted on 46 percent of all Hampton field goals over the last five games. The senior guard has 33 field goals and 25 assists in those games.WINLESS WHEN: Gardner-Webb is 0-9 when scoring fewer than 64 points and 11-5 when scoring at least 64.STREAK SCORING: Hampton has won its last three home games, scoring an average of 83.3 points while giving up 75.DID YOU KNOW: Hampton has attempted the fourth-most free throws in all of Division I. The Pirates have averaged 24.7 free throws per game. February 19, 2020 Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditGardner-Webb (11-14, 7-6) vs. Hampton (11-15, 6-7)Hampton Convocation Center, Hampton, Virginia; Thursday, 7 p.m. ESTBOTTOM LINE: Gardner-Webb pays visit to Hampton in a Big South matchup. Gardner-Webb won 74-70 at home against Winthrop on Thursday. Hampton lost 76-68 on the road to Longwood on Saturday. ___For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25___This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com Associated Press
Belle Plaine â€” B. Happy 12, B. Gooch 9, P. Nolan 8, C. Reynolds 6, C. Happy 4, C. Stover 3 Cheney761217â€”42 Garden Plain 55, Belle Plaine 26 GirlsÂ Â Â Â Â Â G. Plain18211523â€”77 South Haven1612169â€”53 Caldwell â€“ Volavka 9, Bruey 12, Risley 3, Ward 21, Schmidt 2, Kueny 2, Feely 4, Dierking 4. Â Â Â Â Â Â S. Haven68133â€”30 B. Plaine9854â€”26 Conway Springs â€” J. Dugan 18, D. Murphy 13, J. Winter 13, N. Finstad 6, C. Hedrick 2 Boys Conway Springs 52, Cheney 42 Garden Plain â€” T. Joplin 18, M. Schmelzer 13, M. Thimesch 7, R. Flax 6, D. Doyle 4, L. Heimerman 4, M. McGregor 3 Caldwell 55, South Haven 53 Garden Plain 77, Belle Plaine 42 Cheney â€” B. Jones 9, C. McGuire 7, T. Scheer 6, L. Petz 6, T. Patterson 6, N. Schomacker 3, White 3, Dewey 2 CENTRAL: Williams 4, C. Mannon 2, W. Libeau 9, R. Libeau 4, S. Mannon 9, Loewer 4. Conway8171017â€”52 Caldwell11141416â€”55 Chaney: Wewe 5, Lonker 4, Higgins 2, Campbell 8, Monson 14, Freund 2, Albers 7. Conway Springs9191513â€”56 Conway Springs: Bellar 4, Ebenkamp 9, L. Pauly 2, J. Pauly 8, Hilger 10, Jones 16, Koester 4, Carter 3. B. Plaine912912â€”42 Belle Plaine â€” A. Hamersky 9, H. Mowdy 8, D. Smith 4, J. Esterly 3, Lawless 2 Oxford56314â€”28 In other Sumner County games on Tuesday, Caldwell girls made a huge comeback to beat South Haven, Conway Springs boys get win, and Oxford boys finish regular season on Senior Night with win over Central-Burden: Â Â Girls Sumner Newscow report â€”The Conway Springs girls clinched the Central Plains League Championship for the first time in 10 years with a huge 56-42 victory over Cheney.Conway Springs, which entered the Kansas Basketball Coaches Association for the first time this week at No. 8, is now on a 10-game winning streak and has finished the regular season at 17-3. It has not lost since Jan. 19 against Garden Plain.Haley Jones led the southern Cardinals with 16 points. Conway Springs took a 9-7 first quarter lead and held a 28-13 lead at the half. Conway Springs held a double digit lead through the second half. South Haven â€“ Turek 28, Resendez 8, Ralls 4, Ray 4, Bowlby 4, Culp 3, Wiley 2. Central71087â€”32 South Haven â€“ Browning 3, Pounds 4, Nicholson 8, G.Bacon 4, Ingram 1, Z.Bacon 5, Cully 3, Blaylock 2. Conway Springs 56 Cheney 42 Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? 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Thimmesch 2, Weninger 2 Central-Burden 32, Oxford 28 Oxford 66 Central 44Oxford scoring:Â Grant Smith 12, Camren Clements 12, Tyler Vaughn 5, Kyson Perrin 6, Dylan Reuter 6, Cal Shimkus 6, Steven Eichelberger 6, Kaleb Hunt 4, Chevis Cowdin 5Central Burden:Â Jackson 7, Lawson 5, Kopplemann 7, Handlin 6, Pippitt 7, Jimenez 123 PT FGÂ Oxford: 0,Â Burden: 3 (Kopplemann 2, Pippit 1)FT:Â Oxford: 2/6,Â Burden: 12/20Oxford head coach Kyle GreenComments:Always good to close the regular season with a win. As is the new normal for us, we played 10 kids in the rotation, ended up playing all 12. Our press was solid early, but wasn’t great the entire game. We are still learning the rotations, it’s a different look than what my guys are used too, but they are getting better at it. It’s one of those things that we will continue to play out the season doing and carry over into our summer program. I know it will be better as we get comfortable. It’s always tough to play a team at home on senior night. Always a lot of emotion involved. Burden came out on a high and played hard, but Grant Smith got on a roll early, couple of steals and finishes at the rim swung the emotion and momentum to us. We were able to take control early. Camren Clements shot the ball well, and we did a nice job of sharing the ball, we had a lot of kids score last night. Now our regular season is over. We are 8-12 right now. Looks like we will be the #6 seed in a very tough sub-state at Sedan that features #1 seed undefeated Sedan, #2 seed West Elk, and #4 seed Pitt Colgan. We will play Uniontown, who is the #3 seed out of the Three Rivers League. Looking at them on film, they are very thick, strong, athletic team, that pressures the ball, they run their 4 out 1 in motion very well, and are just well coached. It is going to be a handful of a game, but one thing I do know, is we will compete and play hard for 32 minutes. Our kids have been that way all year, we’ve lost some close games (6 games by 7 pts or less), we are almost there. I’ve been very happy with how this young team has developed and matured this year.Â Follow us on Twitter. OXFORD: Norris 6, Cook 6, Talbert 3, B. Metz 6, Gaither 2, K. Metz 5.