TBS International swings to Q1 loss

first_imgFor the first quarter, the company posted a loss of USD21.2 million, compared with a profit of USD45.4 million, one year ago.Revenues fell about 46 percent to USD71.2 million. Quarterly time charter revenue fell 81 percent to USD6.2 million, while average daily voyage time charter equivalent fell 59 percent to USD11,685 per day.Late last year, TBS took delivery of Zia Belle, expanding its fleet to 47 vessels. It was TBS’s first tweendecker with heavy lift gear and helps the company to meet the shipping needs of clients engaged in energy, mining, steel, construction, and infrastructure development projects.last_img read more

DFA Premiere League Updates

first_img Share Share Sharing is caring! Tweet LocalNewsSports DFA Premiere League Updates by: – September 1, 2020center_img 24 Views   no discussions Happi Bath Estate put on a solid performance in the only match possible on Sunday in the DFA Premier League at the Windsor Park Stadium as they defeated Petro Caribe Pointe Michel 3-0.The win means Happi Bath Estate has made things interesting as the race for the title heats up.Andersen Lawrence scored a brace for Bath Estate, with Anfernee Frederick getting one.Coach of Bath Estate Football Club is Colin Bernard.“It’s a good feeling, having scored more than one goal, I mean, that’s something that I’ve been craving for a while. But, you know, based on defense and no goal against that’s a win for me.With Bath Estate now in second position, Coach Bernard says his team is a team in transition and not title contenders for this year.It’s a good feeling, having scored more than one goal, I mean, that’s something that I’ve been craving for a while. But, you know, based on defense and no goal against that’s a win for me.In another match, LA Enterprises Bombers continued their unbeaten run since the resumption after the COVID 19 BREAK, with a 3-2 victory over Belfast Estate Mahaut Soca Strikers in the second match of the DFA Premier League on Saturday at the Windsor Park Stadium.Usher George scored a brace for bombers, with Jamie Parillon getting one.Jerran Sebastien and Francis Luke converted for Soca Strikers.Meanwhile, Promex Harlem dumped a truck load of goals on Exodus FC on Saturday, with an 11-1 victory.Second half substitute, Teryl Grell netted five times for Harlem, with Rashio Jervier getting a brace.Audel Laville, Jarvis Humphreys, Brandel Richards and Delbert Graham scored one each to complete the onslaught. Kish Toussaint got the lone goal for Exodus. Sharelast_img read more

Pliskova makes winning start at Japan Women’s Open

first_img“I was a bit nervous because it was a bit windy today,” said Pliskova, who holds the record for the most aces (31) in a match on the WTA tour. “My serve was working today so it helped.“I was struggling a bit and was sick when I was at home. It’s always tough after a Grand Slam,” said the 25-year old world No. 41, who lost to Magdalena Rybarikova of Slovakia in the second round of the U.S. Open.“You don’t know how you would feel. So I said to myself if I get a wild card I’d definitely go (to Tokyo). I need some matches. I’m happy to be here.”Pliskova will play either Nao Hibino or Miyu Kato in the next round.“If Hibino wins — I think she is the favorite of the two — I have played her two or three times and I know her so I have some plans,” she said.Misa Eguchi, the only Japanese player in action Monday in the main singles draw, battled gamely in the first set but fell at the first hurdle, going down 7-5, 6-2 to China’s Han Xinyun.“I was a bit nervous at the start and the errors started to pile up,” said world No. 494 Eguchi, who battled from 4-0 down in the first set before Han took control once again at 5-5.“I lost the first set but I thought I was the better player in the second half of it. I wanted to lead at the start of the second set but it went the same way as the first.“I think that is something I will be able to change the more games I play,” added Eguchi, who returned to action in May from a knee injury sustained in September last year.In other first-round matches, Belgian third seed Elise Mertens beat Russia’s Evgeniya Rodina 7-6 (8-6), 6-1, China’s Wang Qiang was a 7-5, 6-2 winner against Taiwan’s Hsieh Su-wei and Slovak Jana Cepelova won 6-3, 1-0 against Belarusian Aliaksandra Sasnovich, who retired in the second set.Seventh seed Alison Riske won an all-American battle against Madison Brengle 5-7, 6-3, 6-4.In singles qualifying matches involving Japanese players, Kato defeated Magdalena Frech of Poland 6-3, 2-6, 7-6 (7-3), but Miharu Imanishi missed out on a place in the main draw after going down 6-3, 3-6, 6-2 to Montenegrin Danka Kovinic.In the doubles first round, Japanese pair Erina Hayashi and Momoko Kobori were beaten 6-2, 6-0 by Australians Monique Adamczak and Storm Sanders, while top seeds Makoto Ninomiya of Japan and Renata Voracova of the Czech Republic beat Japan’s Misaki Doi and Taiwan’s Chuang Chia-jung 1-6, 7-6 (7-4), 11-9. KEYWORDS Fourth-seeded Czech Kristyna Pliskova overcame Taiwan’s Chang Kai-chen in straight sets to advance to the second round of the Japan Women’s Open on Monday.Pliskova, who took a wild card and came to the $250,000 hardcourt tournament at the last minute, reeled off 14 aces in hot and windy conditions at Ariake Tennis Forest Park en route to a 7-5, 7-5 victory. Japan Women’s Open, Kristyna Pliskova center_img IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMESlast_img read more

MSU-LSU postgame: DeRunnya Wilson

first_img Session ID: 2020-09-18:8a61566dedaa96da146c773 Player ID: videojs-brightcove-player-22324-4481216612001 OK Close Modal DialogCaption Settings DialogBeginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsDefaultsDoneClose Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Mississippi State wide receiver DeRunnya Wilson calls the Bulldogs’ 21-19 loss ‘devastating’ and discusses how MSU was finally able to establish a passing game in the second half. (Video by Courtney Cronin/The Clarion-Ledger). Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration Time 0:00Loaded: 0%0:00Progress: 0%0:00 Progress: 0%Stream TypeLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1ChaptersChaptersdescriptions off, selectedDescriptionssubtitles off, selectedSubtitlescaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedCaptionsAudio TrackFullscreenThis is a modal window. The Video Cloud video was not found. Error Code: VIDEO_CLOUD_ERR_VIDEO_NOT_FOUNDlast_img read more

Don’t call it a comeback: Deadpool returns in hard-hitting sequel trailer

first_img20th Century Fox(NEW YORK) — 20th Century Fox dropped an action-and-f-bomb-packed trailer to Deadpool 2 Thursday morning, and the full-length peek of the project shows Ryan Reynolds and company firing on all cylinders once again.The trailer gives more of the sequel’s plot.  Apparently, a young, fire-throwing mutant is being targeted by Josh Brolin’s fearsome, time traveling cyborg Cable, leaving Reynolds’ Wade Wilson/Deadpool to defend him with a team of mutants — including Zazie Beetz’s Domino, Brianna Hildebrand’s returning Negasonic Teenage Warhead, and newcomer Terry Crews, likely playing a hero called Hammer.“I need ’em tough, morally flexible, and young enough to carry their own franchise for 10-12 years,” Deadpool says, breaking the fourth wall, as always. “We’ll be known as X-Force.”“Isn’t that a little bit derivative?” Domino asks. “Absolutely,” Pool admits.The trailer is stocked with as many potty-mouthed jokes as it has action sequences, as fans have come to expect from the R-rated Marvel character.“It lives up to the hype, plus-plus,” Wade tells his pal Weasel, played by T.J. Miller, clearly referring to the sequel in which they appear. “They probably won’t even make a three,” Weasel agrees. “Stop at 2, you killed it,” Wade agrees.  Deadpool 2 — which the trailer cheekily notes comes “From the studio that brought you 27 Dresses and The Devil Wears Prada” — opens May 18.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

Kay is convincing in Deery Series feature win at Cedar County

first_imgTIPTON, Iowa (Aug. 19) – Justin Kay continues to do his best to take the suspense out of the Deery Brothers Summer Series points battle.Kay started on the pole and led every time around the track in winning Tuesday’s IMCA Late Model tour main event at Cedar County Raceway.The feature ran green to checkered and probably took less time than Kay will need to deposit his $3,000 check, the fourth he’s endorsed this season.Kyle Hinrichs ran second most of the way at Tipton and eventually crossed the stripe four car lengths be­hind Kay.Tyler Bruening pressured Hinrichs before ending in third. Brian Harris and Brian Beaudry com­pleted the top five.Scott Fitzpatrick won the $250 Sunoco Race Fuels feature qualifier drawing.Next up for the series is the Monday, Sept. 1 event at Boone Speedway on opening night of the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s.Feature results – 1. Justin Kay, Wheatland; 2. Kyle Hinrichs, Swisher; 3. Tyler Bruening, Deco­rah; 4. Brian Harris, Davenport; 5. Brian Beaudry, Lost Nation; 6. Brunson Behning, Calamus; 7. Ryan Dolan, Lisbon; 8. Andy Eckrich, Oxford; 9. Denny Eckrich, Tiffin; 10. Matt Ryan, Davenport; 11. Jonathan Brauns, Muscatine; 12. Terry Neal, Ely; 13. Scott Fitzpatrick, Urbandale; 14. Jeff Aikey, Cedar Falls; 15. Rob Moss, Iowa City; 16. Joel Callahan, Dubuque; 17. Jason Rauen, Far­ley; 18. Spencer Diercks, Davenport; 19. Mike Zemo Jr., Davenport; 20. Jeff Tharp, Sherrill; 21. Stephan Kammerer, Blue Grass; 22. Ray Guss Jr., Milan, Ill.; 23. Todd Cooney, Des Moines.1st heat (top three) – 1. Hinrichs; 2. Behning; 3. Denny Eckrich; 4. Luke Goedert, Guttenberg; 5. Moss; 6. Tharp; 7. Chad Holladay, Muscatine; 8. Darrel DeFrance, Marshalltown; 9. Nick Marolf, Moscow.2nd heat – 1. Harris; 2. Kay; 3. Andy Eckrich; 4. Neal; 5. Fitzpatrick; 6. Guss; 7. Joe Zrostlik, Long Grove; 8. Doug Yates, Monticello; 9. Jon Merfeld, Dubuque.3rd heat – 1. Beaudry; 2. Bruening; 3. Aikey; 4. Callahan; 5. LeRoy Brenner, Aledo, Ill.; 6. John Emerson, Waterloo; 7. Zemo; 8. Sam Halstead, New London.4th heat – 1. Dolan; 2. Ryan; 3. Brauns; 4. Kammerer; 5. Cooney; 6. Rauen; 7. Greg Kastli, Water­loo; 8. Diercks.1st “B” feature (top four) – 1. Moss; 2. Callahan; 3. Zemo; 4. Tharp; 5. Emerson; 6. Holladay; 7. DeFrance; 8. Brenner; 9. Goedert; 10. Halstead; 11. Marolf.2nd “B” feature – 1. Neal; 2. Kammerer; 3. Fitzpatrick; 4. Cooney; 5. Guss; 6. Zrostlik; 7. Diercks; 8. Rauen; 9. Kastli; 10. Yates; 11. Merfeld.Hard charger – Diercks. Point provisionals – Rauen and Guss.last_img read more

Spurs unsure if Duncan or Ginobili will return

first_imgWill Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili return?“I really don’t know what they’re going to do,” San Antonio coach Gregg Popovich said Friday, a day after the Spurs’ season-ending loss at Oklahoma City. “But when they do decide to move on, sometime between now and the next five years – that’s a little bit of a joke – it will feel a little differently walking into the gym.”Anything less than having both Duncan and Ginobili in uniform next season will be even more jarring for the Spurs than losing to the Thunder in six games in the Western Conference semifinals. “We’ll see,” said Tony Parker, the other member of San Antonio’s Big Three. “It’s going to be a long summer for us.” The Spurs did not expect their offseason to begin so early.San Antonio appeared revived and renewed after re-signing Kawhi Leonard and adding marquee free agent LaMarcus Aldridge during the offseason. But after winning the series opener by 32 points, the Spurs suddenly looked old and thin in comparison to the Thunder’s size inside and athleticism on the wings.Still, the Spurs hope for the return of two of the franchise’s greatest players ever.Duncan, 40, and Ginobili, 38, both have player options on the two-year contracts they signed last summer, but neither has given any indication what he plans to do.Duncan said he would “get to that after I get out of here and figure out life” when asked about his future following San Antonio’s 113-99 Game 6 loss. Ginobili said he would “take my time as always.”Duncan has played 19 seasons, leading the Spurs to each of the franchise’s five championships. Ginobili has been a part of four of those titles over 14 seasons.Popovich joked one thing is certain, the veterans won’t be turning to him for advice.“I haven’t talked to Timmy in about 11 years and Manu stopped talking to me about three or four years ago,” Popovich said. “So, I doubt it highly. They are just going to come in and say, ‘Pop, this is what I’m doing.’ And then whatever they say, that’s what I’ll do.”It would officially mark the end of an era if either one retires, although San Antonio’s reliance on its Big Three came to a close this season.Aldridge and Leonard became the focal point of the Spurs, helping the team transition for the future with All-Star seasons.Leonard led the team in scoring for the first time in his five-year career, averaging 21.2 points and 6.8 rebounds. The 6-foot-7 forward also won Defensive Player of the Year, becoming the first non-center to win the award in consecutive seasons since Dennis Rodman in 1989-91.“Kawhi’s just improved every year, become more confident, a bigger part of the offense every year,” Popovich said. “Obviously plays at both ends being the Defensive Player of the Year. He’s a special young man, deserves a lot of credit for the work that he puts in. He’s just going to get better. There’s more room for him to grow.”After some early struggles adjusting to a new system, Aldridge developed into the offensive threat the team hoped for when it signed him in the offseason. He averaged 18 points and 8.5 rebounds, and his mid-range jumper proved an ideal complement to Parker’s pick-and-roll and pick-and-pop sets and Leonard’s drive-and-kick.“He’s fit in quicker than anybody we’ve ever had for a first-year guy,” Popovich said. “Especially with such an experienced team and him trying to figure where his place was. I thought he was phenomenal in that regard.”Aldridge and Leonard guided San Antonio to a franchise-record 67 wins in the regular season, including matching the league mark for best home record at 40-1.That success made losing to Oklahoma City all the more disappointing.“It’s the same, It doesn’t matter if you win 50 games or 67,” Popovich said. “There’s only one team that is happy at the end of the year and everybody else at some point is sad, but you get over it. You get over it.”The Thunder’s Steven Adams and Enes Kanter took advantage of the Spurs’ interior limitations, and Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant also exposed how thin San Antonio was on athleticism and energy.“I think when you look at the team, having a little bit more quickness and youth is definitely part of the equation,” Popovich said.San Antonio also will look at shoring up its depth, which has long been a strength for the team, but didn’t work out very well against Oklahoma City.Ginobili, David West, Boris Diaw and Patty Mills excelled during the regular season, but all struggled to various degrees against the Thunder.“The playoffs weigh heavily on our decision making, I’ll put it that way,” Popovich said. “We’ve relied on our bench almost every year as long as I can remember because you need to do it. If you look at the team that you lose to, usually you’ll find that more players played well than on your team.”,Will Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili return?“I really don’t know what they’re going to do,” San Antonio coach Gregg Popovich said Friday, a day after the Spurs’ season-ending loss at Oklahoma City. “But when they do decide to move on, sometime between now and the next five years – that’s a little bit of a joke – it will feel a little differently walking into the gym.”Anything less than having both Duncan and Ginobili in uniform next season will be even more jarring for the Spurs than losing to the Thunder in six games in the Western Conference semifinals. “We’ll see,” said Tony Parker, the other member of San Antonio’s Big Three. “It’s going to be a long summer for us.”center_img Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant, left, talks with San Antonio Spurs center Tim Duncan, right, following Game 6 of a second-round NBA basketball playoff series in Oklahoma City, Thursday, May 12, 2016. Oklahoma City won 113-99 and moves on to the Western Conference Finals. (AP Photo/Alonzo Adams)SAN ANTONIO (AP) — San Antonio’s unexpected and abrupt end to the season brings on another stressful summer that begins with what has become an annual quandary. The Spurs did not expect their offseason to begin so early.San Antonio appeared revived and renewed after re-signing Kawhi Leonard and adding marquee free agent LaMarcus Aldridge during the offseason. But after winning the series opener by 32 points, the Spurs suddenly looked old and thin in comparison to the Thunder’s size inside and athleticism on the wings.Still, the Spurs hope for the return of two of the franchise’s greatest players ever.Duncan, 40, and Ginobili, 38, both have player options on the two-year contracts they signed last summer, but neither has given any indication what he plans to do.Duncan said he would “get to that after I get out of here and figure out life” when asked about his future following San Antonio’s 113-99 Game 6 loss. Ginobili said he would “take my time as always.”Duncan has played 19 seasons, leading the Spurs to each of the franchise’s five championships. Ginobili has been a part of four of those titles over 14 seasons.Popovich joked one thing is certain, the veterans won’t be turning to him for advice.“I haven’t talked to Timmy in about 11 years and Manu stopped talking to me about three or four years ago,” Popovich said. “So, I doubt it highly. They are just going to come in and say, ‘Pop, this is what I’m doing.’ And then whatever they say, that’s what I’ll do.”It would officially mark the end of an era if either one retires, although San Antonio’s reliance on its Big Three came to a close this season.Aldridge and Leonard became the focal point of the Spurs, helping the team transition for the future with All-Star seasons.Leonard led the team in scoring for the first time in his five-year career, averaging 21.2 points and 6.8 rebounds. The 6-foot-7 forward also won Defensive Player of the Year, becoming the first non-center to win the award in consecutive seasons since Dennis Rodman in 1989-91.“Kawhi’s just improved every year, become more confident, a bigger part of the offense every year,” Popovich said. “Obviously plays at both ends being the Defensive Player of the Year. He’s a special young man, deserves a lot of credit for the work that he puts in. He’s just going to get better. There’s more room for him to grow.”After some early struggles adjusting to a new system, Aldridge developed into the offensive threat the team hoped for when it signed him in the offseason. He averaged 18 points and 8.5 rebounds, and his mid-range jumper proved an ideal complement to Parker’s pick-and-roll and pick-and-pop sets and Leonard’s drive-and-kick.“He’s fit in quicker than anybody we’ve ever had for a first-year guy,” Popovich said. “Especially with such an experienced team and him trying to figure where his place was. I thought he was phenomenal in that regard.”Aldridge and Leonard guided San Antonio to a franchise-record 67 wins in the regular season, including matching the league mark for best home record at 40-1.That success made losing to Oklahoma City all the more disappointing.“It’s the same, It doesn’t matter if you win 50 games or 67,” Popovich said. “There’s only one team that is happy at the end of the year and everybody else at some point is sad, but you get over it. You get over it.”The Thunder’s Steven Adams and Enes Kanter took advantage of the Spurs’ interior limitations, and Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant also exposed how thin San Antonio was on athleticism and energy.“I think when you look at the team, having a little bit more quickness and youth is definitely part of the equation,” Popovich said.San Antonio also will look at shoring up its depth, which has long been a strength for the team, but didn’t work out very well against Oklahoma City.Ginobili, David West, Boris Diaw and Patty Mills excelled during the regular season, but all struggled to various degrees against the Thunder.“The playoffs weigh heavily on our decision making, I’ll put it that way,” Popovich said. “We’ve relied on our bench almost every year as long as I can remember because you need to do it. If you look at the team that you lose to, usually you’ll find that more players played well than on your team.”last_img read more

Hungry chicks have their fill

first_imgMARJORIE Richmond found this perfect nest with three chicks in an overgrown honeysuckle at their home in Ryan Road, Pakenham,…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img

This Thunder team rumbles to Playday Tournament title

first_imgThe Thunder posted wins over Grand Forks Wolves and Stanley Humphries Rockers en route to the top prize during a playday tournament Thursday (October 29) in the Boundary City.Trafalgar posted a 4-0 mark while the other Thunder squad finished the playday with a win and three narrow losses.Coach Staci Proctor said the key to the undefeated record was due to strong serving by Grade 6 player Jaylen Rushton as well as Abby Jackson and Addis Atkinson.The Thunder, also winners of a playday earlier this season at Mount Sentinel, travel to Trail Thursday to compete in a playday event hosted by the J. Lloyd Crowe Hawks.November 19, Trafalgar plays host to one of the final stops on the season schedule in preparation for the West Kootenay Junior Girl’s Championship tournament hosted at Mount Sentinel (Friday) November 27. The Trafalgar Thunder continue to roll up wins on the West Kootenay Junior Girl’s Volleyball scene.last_img read more

UW-Marshfield/Wood County women’s basketball drops pair of WCC games

first_imgBy Paul LeckerSports ReporterMARSHFIELD — The University of Wisconsin-Marshfield/Wood County women’s basketball team took first-place UW-Marinette to the wire, but a layup at the buzzer lifted the Lady Bucs to a 56-54 victory over the Marauders on Thursday night at the Marauder Gym.The Marauders are now 8-7 overall and 7-4 in the Wisconsin Collegiate Conference.The Marauders led 31-30 at halftime, and the game was tight throughout before the buzzer-beater sent them to their third-straight loss.Taylor Lynn had 20 points and seven rebounds, Paige Newman added nine points and eight rebounds, and Katie Meacham had nine points for UW-Marshfield.The Marauders shot just 26.5 percent (18 of 68) from the field in the loss.UW-Marshfield also struggled shooting on Wednesday. The Marauders were just 27 percent from the floor (17 of 63) in a 52-41 loss at UW-Fox Valley in Menasha.The Cyclones held a 54-39 rebounding advantage in the victory.Meacham and Mikayla Jankowski each had 11 points to lead the Marauders.(Hub City Times Sports Reporter Paul Lecker is also the publisher of MarshfieldAreaSports.com.)Thursday’s gameLady Bucs 56, Marauders 54UW-Marinette 30 26 – 56UW-Marshfield/Wood County 31 23 – 54UW-MARINETTE (56): Ganter 4-10 0-0 9, Bushmaker 3-11 0-0 6, Dietrich 5-14 0-2 12, Lesandrini 1-7 1-2 4, Anderla 2-8 0-0 4, Dauphinais 5-8 2-4 13, Emmes 1-6 0-0 2, Schultz 3-10 0-0 6. FG: 24-74. FT: 3-8. 3-pointers: 5-16 (Dietrich 2-4, Lesandrini 1-4, Dauphinais 1-2, Ganter 1-3, Bushmaker 0-1, Anderla 0-1, Schultz 0-1). Rebounds: 31 (Emmes 5, Schultz 5, Ganter 5). Assists: 15 (Lesandrini 5). Fouls: 18. Fouled out: Ganter, Dauphinais.UW-MARSHFIELD/WOOD COUNTY (54): Katie Meacham 3-15 0-1 9, Mikayla Jankowski 3-10 0-0 6, Paige Newman 4-12 1-2 9, Taylor Lynn 5-17 10-14 20, DeNecia Turner 1-5 0-0 2, Becca Austin 0-3 0-0 0, Allie Paitel 2-6 4-6 8, Carrie Stroetz 0-0 0-0 0. FG: 18-68. FT: 15-23. 3-pointers: 3-11 (Meacham 3-8, Lynn 0-1, Newman 0-2). Rebounds: 51 (Newman 8). Assists: 13 (Lynn 4). Fouls: 10. Fouled out: none.Wednesday’s GameCyclones 52, Marauders 41UW-MARSHFIELD/WOOD COUNTY (41): Katie Meacham 4-13 0-0 11, Mikayla Jankowski 4-12 1-2 11, Paige Newman 2-6 0-0 4, Taylor Lynn 4-17 0-0 8, DeNecia Turner 2-6 1-2 5, Becca Austin 0-1 0-0 0, Allie Paitel 1-8 0-0 2. FG: 17-63. FT: 2-4. 3-pointers: 5-21 (Meacham 3-9, Jankowski 2-6, Newman 0-1, Turner 0-2, Lynn 0-3). Rebounds: 39 (Meacham 8). Assists: 6 (Newman 3). Fouls: 12. Fouled out: none.UW-FOX VALLEY (52): Neva Steingraber 4-11 1-2 9, Jess Runge 5-11 1-2 13, Allie Olson 0-0 0-0 0, Ariel Oviedo 1-4 0-0 2, K. VanCamp 1-9 2-2 4, Miranda Bangart 2-8 0-0 5, Brittney Braem 2-6 0-0 4, Caroline Birnhak 3-11 0-0 6, Chloe Dougherty 3-7 3-4 9. FG: 21-67. FT: 7-10. 3-pointers: 3-21 (Runge 2-5, Bangart 1-5, Birnhak 0-1, Oviedo 0-1, VanCamp 0-1, Braem 0-3, Steingraber 0-5). Rebounds: 54 (Steingraber 8). Assists: 14 (Runge 4). Fouls: 8. Fouled out: none.last_img read more