Wednesday, November 28, 2012

LSC Roundup 11-28

Unconfirmed, but we are hearing some interesting names looking into Commerce football HC position, including several current LSC coaches......

Maddie Huth stands tall despite 5-10 frame - Paul Harris, San Angelo Standard Times
Dougherty and Hayes Named Daktronics First Team All-Region - WTAM Volleyball
Wilt, Goode Named to Daktronics All-South Central's 2nd Team - ASU Volleyball

Conference competition tips off tonight with games in Canyon, Commerce, Kingsville and Portales.
ASU BASKETBALL: Capsule, 11/28 - San Angelo Standard Times
Ready or not, WT set for first LSC contest - Lance Lahnert, Amarillo Globe News
Lady Buffs test ACU in opener - Mark Haslett, Amarillo Globe News

Men's basketball returns to Kingsville to start LSC play - CU MBB

LSC Basketball Weekly Release: League play begins - LSC Office

Lone Star Conference action starts this week with teams playing a double round robin league schedule, in which each team plays a home and away contest against each of the other teams to determine the LSC champion. The LSC champion will be the regular season winner determined by conference games, while the postseason tournament winner is designated as LSC Tournament Champion and earns the league’s automatic berth into the NCAA Championship. The top eight teams in the final conference standings qualify for the postseason tournament set for March 6-9 in Allen, Texas.
Only three teams remain undefeated after non-conference play including West Texas A&M on the men’s side, and Midwestern State and Texas A&M-Commerce on the women’s side.
The LSC men have a 34-16 overall record so far this season.  In the NCAA South Central Region, the men’s teams are currently 10-10 combined versus Heartland Conference teams and 3-1 opposed to the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference.
The LSC women are 21-22 overall. The women’s squads are currently 9-6 combined versus Heartland teams, and 5-1 against the RMAC, which are the other conferences in the NCAA South Central Region.

Donald Sims, West Texas A&M University, SR, Forward, Chester, SC, Chester

Sims continued to lead the No. 20 Buffaloes offensively this past weekend as they went 2-0 with wins over Missouri Southern and CSU-Pueblo at the Pak-A-Sak Thanksgiving Classic in Canyon to move to a perfect 6-0 on the season. Sims averaged 18.0 points and 10.5 rebounds per contest while shooting an incredible .800 from the floor (16-20). The senior from Chester, South Carolina registered his first double-double of the season against Missouri Southern on Friday night with 19 points and 12 rebounds in the 57-55 win.

Dennis Hardwell, Eastern New Mexico University, JR, Forward, Los Angeles, Calif., Carson HS/LA Harbor

Hardwell’s defensive presence enabled the Greyhounds to average 15.8 points off turnovers over four games, which were played in a seven-day span. He turned in two multiple-block performances, with a two-block, four-steal performance in a win over Missouri Southern.

Peyton Adamson, Tarleton State University, JR, Guard, Rockwall, Texas, Rockwall HS

Adamson had a great week as an offensive force for the No. 21 Tarleton TexAnns. The junior guard from Rockwall averaged over 20 points per game for Tarleton against UTPB and Northeastern State. She drained 17 points, including eight of Tarleton’s nine points in the overtime period against the Falcons, before returning home where she turned in a 24-point effort against MIAA foe, NSU. She hit over half of her attempts from beyond the arc (9-17) and was a near-perfect 10-11 from the charity stripe. Adamson also had three rebounds and two assists.

Chontiquah White, West Texas A&M University, SO, Forward, Dallas, Texas, Life School

Averaged a double-double for the week as the Lady Buffs went 2-1. Tallied a career-high 16 rebounds and her second career-double-double with 11 points and 16 rebounds against Southwestern Oklahoma State. She and the rest of the Lady Buffs held McMurry to just 23 points, including an astonishing three points in the second half of an 82-23 win as the Lady Buff “D” forced 33 turnovers and held the War Hawks to 8 of 45 from the field for 17.8 percent for the game and without a field goal for the final 15:57 of the game. White had a game-high five rebounds on the defensive end and two offensive boards as WT tallied a season-high 47 rebounds. Against SWOSU, White had a season-high six offensive rebounds to go along with 10 on the defensive end. She pulled down 10 offensive rebounds for the week and 20 on the defensive end.

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