The Tacoma Community College (TCC) men’s and women’s basketball teams have earned a spot in the AFAC tournament, which will be held March 17-20 and March 26-27 at the Walt Price Fitness Center at Everett Community College. The event will be streamed live on the AFAC website. Titan women’s basketballRead More →

Before practice began on Monday afternoon, Madison boys basketball coach Damien Mobley took the ball from last weekend’s regional tournament and went to add it to the near-box with trophies in his crowded office. Long rows of shelves behind Mobley’s desk have provided ample storage space over the years forRead More →

For the first time in the 1940s-more year history of northeast-10 VSIn the conference, one university won both the women’s and men’s basketball championships in the same season: Bentley University. The Falcons made history Sunday with the women’s 56-49 win over Stonehill College and the men’s 68-62 win over FranklinRead More →

Follow Josh VanDyke on Twitter 33 Newaygo wins 61-46 in D2 District Championship women’s basketball game against Sparta MUSKEGON – Seven Muskegon-area women’s basketball teams hoisted district championship gear Friday night and qualified for next week’s regional tournament. Below are the final results of Friday night’s match as well asRead More →

The Vancouver Island University basketball program was perfect in the PacWest game. Both the VIU Mariners men’s and women’s baseball teams wrapped up the regular season last Thursday, February 24, with wins over the Camosun Chargers at Vancouver Island University Gymnasium. The women’s Mariners (18-0) edged the Chargers 90-62 earlyRead More →

Casper College basketball teams already know they’ll be playing in the playoffs, but that doesn’t diminish the importance of this week’s final regular season games. The Thunderbirds host Eastern Wyoming College on Wednesday before wrapping up the regular season Saturday at Western Wyoming College. The Casper College women’s team, whichRead More →

Inland Valley League co-champion Heritage and Ivy League co-champion Paloma Valley will lead a group of local high school teams to victory… http://www.menifee247.com/2022/02/heritage-paloma-girls-basketball-teams-top-playoff-entries.html Inland Valley League Heritage co-champion and Ivy League co-champion Paloma Valley will lead a group of local high school teams in the winter sports season playoffs startingRead More →

Five games in five days. Charleston College and the Citadel. TD Arena and McAlister Field House. Dance teams and commissioned cadets. Incredible returns and blown leads, clutch shots and resounding free throws. The Cougars and Bulldogs played five home games in five days last week, with the College of CharlestonRead More →

‘We’ over ‘me’ Randolph Roberts Brothers AAU didn’t care who was in charge that day. Sometimes Saylor, an unsuspecting playmaker, would take over games, Marty Craig said. Later, Grieger became “the tournament’s best player” in the past year, and Paul shone in other ways despite not being a primary goalscorer.Read More →

BETHEL, NC (WITN) – North Pitt women’s basketball is having a great season. 11-2 so far with many of those wins over top programs in the upper classes. Much of their success has been senior leader Aquarius Pettaway. We feature it in this week’s Pepsi Sports Spotlight. “My brother playedRead More →

Even before the opening of the holiday basketball tournaments this week, Albemarle varsity teams both played and won championships in a two-day tournament hosted by Anson County last week. women’s basketball The Bulldogs opened the tournament with a 45-41 win over Christ the King High School in Huntersville. Amari Baldwin,Read More →