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CITY LEAGUE SOUTH DIVISION FOOTBALL: Independence 76ers rushes by Columbus West, 88-20

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Independence head football coach Maurice Douglas and his 76ers have always had a great rushing attack.

In recent years, they had Naijae Manning and Vincent Rambo running through defenses.

The current star is DeAntae Townsend.

Townsend rushed 32 times for 486 yards and seven touchdowns Friday night as the 76ers ran past visiting Columbus West, 88-20.

Townsend had an 89-yard TD run in the first half as the 76ers upped their record to 5-3, 4-2 on the season.

The Cowboys of West fall to 3-5, 1-4.

COLUMBUS CITY LEAGUE: New cast of players leads Walnut Ridge to 3-0 start; beats West on Friday night



With the graduation of Roy Alexander, Fred Hardgrove, Isaiah Brooks, Allasane Kah, Malik Dime, Kai Turner and Adam McCall, most people felt that Walnut Ridge’s hold on the South Division the past two years would end.

Don’t count on it!

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There is a new cast of characters leading the Scots to a third straight Columbus City League South Division title, Grant Harris, Rob Wheelwright and Dymiere Finch.

Harris with 28 points and Wheelwright with 25 led the Scots to a 3-0 record and 2-0 in the South with an 86-78 win over improving Columbus West Friday night.

The Cowboys (2-2, 0-2) were led by Ed Golden with a career-high 33 points and Charles Holland scored 23 points.

Owens, Fluellen, leads Toledo to 34-31 win at Wyoming


Terrance Owens

David Fluellen

Terrance Owens passed for 300 yards and four touchdowns while David Fluellen rushed for 109 yards in helping the Toledo Rockets to a 34-31 win at Wyoming.

The Rockets who are 1-1 on the season, accumulated 504 yards of offense in a game where both teams moved the ball at will.

Wyoming drops to 0-2.

Cowboys QB Brett Smith threw for 339 yards and 2 touchdowns before he left the game with an injury on a stretcher in the fourth quarter.


Info & photos courtesy of Toledo athletics

After 67 PGA Tour starts, colorful Fowler finally a winner


Rickie Fowler in orange ( photo)

When 23-year-old Rickie Fowler came on the PGA Tour three years ago out of Oklahoma State, he was anointed as the next American golfing star. He had a lot of flashiness by wearing different color outfits especially all-orange on Sundays.

He came close to winning several times but to no avail.

66 golf tournaments had passed and no wins.

But 67 became the magic number for the former Cowboys golf star.

On Sunday, Fowler picked up the elusive PGA Tour win by defeating Rory McIlroy, another of those young golfing stars.

Fowler sank a clutch shot in a sudden-death playoff at Quail Hollow, to win the Wells Fargo Championship in Charlotte, North Carolina.

His clutch putt, from 4-feet to birdie the 18th hole to beat McIlroy and D.A. Points. He shot a 3-under-par 69.


Info compiled from PGA Tour, Radio & TV news

McNeese State’s Richard named Southland Conference Player of the Year


Patrick Richard (courtesy of McNeese State athletics)

McNeese State senior Patrick Richard is the 2011-2012 Southland Conference Men’s Basketball Player of the Year.

A native of Carencro, Louisiana, has scored over 1,563 career points which ranks him 12th on the school’s all-time list.

Richard also has 178 career assists which is 10th best in school history.

The 6’4, 208-pound swingman leads the conference in scoring with 18.2 points per game overall and finished second in the league with 19.1 points per game during the Southland Conference games.

His 36.1 minutes per game in all games and 37.4 during league play were the most in the conference this season.

Richard also ranked among the Southland’s top 10 this year in four other categories, including free-throw percentage (sixth, .783), defensive rebounds (eighth, 4.4), assist-to-turnover ratio (ninth, 1.3) and assists (10th, 3.0).

Richard is the eighth McNeese State player to be selected as the Southland player of the year and the first since Demond Mallett in 2001. He was McNeese’s athlete of the year last year after helping the Cowboys to the conference regular-season championship and a bid to the NIT.

The defending two time team MVP the past two years, Richard has already earned a degree in mass communication and is working on a master’s degree.


Info compiled from the Southland Conference & McNeese State news

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