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07.10.2019 04:07
would struggle to score so many tries without him. Luke Brooks and Mitchell Moses create opportunities, and Elij Antworten

COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Maryland coach Brenda Frese wondered if her players were fully awake for their late morning tip-off against in-state foe Mount St. Marys.They had turnovers, breakdowns on defense and uncharacteristically missed open shots. However, it didnt take long for the No. 6 Terrapins to fix the problem. Brionna Jones finished with 18 points and 10 rebounds to help No. 6 Maryland rout the Mountaineers 106-42 on Friday.Ieshia Small had 14 points off the bench for Maryland (3-0). Shatori Walker-Kimbrough, Kaila Charles and Jenna Staiti added 10 points apiece for the Terrapins, who shot 58 percent from the field.I thought we had a really slow, sluggish start, Frese said. Our shots werent falling and we werent as crisp as we usually are. The second half was a much better indicator of how we want to play for 40 minutes.The Mountaineers (1-2) trailed only 18-13 at the end of the first quarter. But the Terrapins used their size to take control. The 6-foot-3 Jones scored 12 points to boost the lead to 34-18 with 3:37 left in the second quarter.We have a lot of weapons on our team, Jones said. Anybody can come off the bench and score. Were just going to keep playing our brand of basketball.The Mountaineers tried to stay in the game by hoisting three-pointers, but they went 3 of 21 and trailed 37-20 at the break. They finished 7 of 32 from behind the arc.A pair of free throws and layup by freshman Destiny Slocum boosted the margin to 57-25 midway through the third quarter, and the only uncertainty was whether Maryland would score 100 or more points for the third straight game.A 3-pointer by Sarah Myers gave Maryland a 100-39 lead late in the fourth quarter.Katrice Dickson led Mount St. Marys with 12 points.I thought we played really well in the first quarter, Mountaineers coach Bryan Whitten. We became very undisciplined on the offensive side in the second quarter. You give up 37 points in the first half, you think youre in a good spot.BIG PICTUREMount St. Marys: The Mountaineers started four guards to play uptempo and put their best shooters in the floor. The strategy worked early before the Terrapins did a better job protecting the ball and wearing them down.Maryland: Frese is pleased with the quick start of her team, which has averaged 104 points in three games against much weaker programs. Her deep roster will help create matchup problems for most opponents this season.FAB FRESHMANMaryland freshmen Destiny Slocum and Kaila Charles were in the starting lineup for the third consecutive game. Both played well enough to maintain those spots. Charles scored in double figures for the third time, and Slocum has seamlessly run the plays at point guard.FINDING A HOMEThe Mountaineers Mikal Johnson, a graduate transfer, is playing for her third college program. Johnson played two seasons at Rider, where she was a MAAC All-Rookie Team selection, and then one year at Liberty. After scoring in double figures in each of the first two games, Johnson had three points against Maryland.UP NEXTMt. St. Marys: The Mountaineers host Fairfield on Sunday.Maryland: The Terrapins play at Niagara on Sunday in their first road trip. Nike Vapormax Cz . The 19-year-old Olsen played 34 games with the Kelowna Rockets of the WHL this season. In that time, hes recorded 17 goals and 17 assists with 36 penalty minutes. Nike Vapormax Levne .R. Smith realized how easily basketball can be taken from him, and he wasnt going to take his place in the NBA for granted anymore. http://www.vapormaxlevne.cz/vapormax-plus-boty/vapormax-plus-a-erna-sleva.html . For the Wild it was their first win of the season and they now have a record of 1-1-2 while the Jets fall to 2-2. Jets start a six game home stand Friday with another divisional game, home to the Dallas Stars. Vapormax Plus Pánská . The giant slalom world champion slipped during her first run in the morning, landing on her back and then twisting forward before getting her leg caught in the protective material on the side of the slope. Vapormax Flyknit Pánská . The All-Pro lineman got the leg bent under him while trying to make a tackle during the first half of a 22-20 overtime loss at Miami on Thursday night. The medical staff initially thought hed torn the ligament, and the test a day later in Cincinnati confirmed it. ESPN NRL expert Brett Kimmorley analyses another weekend of rugby league action, and explains what he discovered in round 17 of the NRL in his latest edition of Set of Six.Mitchell Pearce?might have his life back in orderI dont think Ive seen a better performance from a player whos missed so much football. I thought Mitchell Pearce was absolutely brilliant against Canterbury on Thursday night, and he clearly wanted to repay the faith shown by the Roosters.I think it showed he has his life back in order and his focus is on footy again. There have been a few things that have affected Mitchell Pearce and derailed his career, and hes copped a fair bit of criticism along the way, but theres no doubting he is a talented football player.Storm build a game plan better than any other teamThe Storms demolition of the Broncos on Friday night, and the manner in which they targeted Brisbanes deficiencies, were enormous. They isolated Anthony Milford for the first few tries, and then when Kodi Nikorima moved onto the wing they had Suliasi Vunivalu, whos a lot taller, oppose him in the air.Melbourne Storm are genuine premiership contenders. They just pull apart a side with a weakness, and execute their plans better than anyone else in the competition. I thought this was a great exhibition of professional preparation and the ability to perfect their performance.As for Brisbane, I have question marks over Ben Hunt because hed be mentally scarred after the grand final last year.I dont think Brisbane will miss the eight but theyre not the confident footy side they were at the start of the year.The brilliance of Shaun JohnsonWe generally get it around Origin time, when the Warriors are stealing points, but the fact that Shaun Johnson was playing five-eighth at the start of the year took some responsibility away from him; and he didnt look interested in playing football. Hes now back playing at No. 7, and hes getting first ball whenever he requires it.Thats the key: hes back at 7, controlling the game, getting first ball; hes the king of the show, and on the back of that hes produced great form over the past month.The sheer brilliance of him gives me reason to think the Warriors have turned the corner, and they are so exciting to watch.James Tedesco must be Blues fullback for Origin IIIJame Tedesco is unbelievable, and Wests Tigers would struggle to score so many tries without him. Luke Brooks and Mitchell Moses create opportunities, and Elijah Taylor has been good for them, but the sheer pace of Tedesco in unbelievable.He reminds me of Ben Barba in 2012 and Jarryd Hayne in his 2009 Dally M run, where one single player can ssingle-handedly impact the result of a football game.dddddddddddd Its amazing what he can do with a lot thrown in front of him. I think ?Hes so good because from fullback because he gets the ball in space with the defence a little bit disorganised.Im all for them picking the best football players for Origin so to me that means Matt Moylans on the bench or at five-eighth. Its a no-brainer: Moylans good but New South Wales have a better chance of winning Origin III with Tedesco at fullback than with Moylan at fullback.?The Blues will waste Tedescos talents if they put him on the wing for Origin; I dont think hes ever played there before.Newcastle showing signs that theyre on the right pathThe Knights have been able to recruit some players over the past number of weeks like Mitch Barnett and Brendan Elliot, and their first half against Canberra was pretty clinical; they have some great young kids coming through like Jack Cogger.Its going to be a long road as they are rebuilding, but there are signs that some things are on the up. I look at what Greater Western Sydney have done in the AFL as an example; they were getting flogged but they knew they had the best young kids they were developing for two or three years down the track. Those kids are now 50-game AFL players and the GWS are one of the top four sides in the competition.Youve got to wear some pain.Still, Newcastle have to recruit extremely well in key positions, as GWS did. The Giants bought Heath Shaw from Collingwood and Steve Johnson from Geelong, who were thought to be past their best but werent; theyve got experience and an ability to lift younger players.Sharks break club record with 12th consecutive winI was part of one of the Sharks sides that held the club record for 11 consecutive wins and Im really rapt this football club has broken the mark. Theyve been through a horrible time over the past number of years.Theyre playing a great brand of football, and theyre exciting to watch, but theyre more than the stars. They were 18-0 down on Saturday night against Parramatta, they had no ball, but they still scored points. I think theyve got the best roster of any side assembled this year.Theyve had a few distractions and a couple of other things going on -- theyve had players out through injury and the disruption of Origin -- but they play a good brand of football and theyve beaten the top four sides in the competition; theyre also able to play ugly and win. They enjoy themselves, have a bit of fun and get the job done. ' ' '

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