December 7, 2018 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Roundup: 12/7 Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailCentral Utah Boys PreviewRICHFIELD, Utah-Dakota Young posted 15 points and 8 assists as the Tabiona Tigers upset Panguitch 56-48 Friday at the Sevier Valley Center as part of the Central Utah Boys Preview. Acey Orton posted 20 points and 6 rebounds in the loss for the Bobcats with Kanyon Lamb adding 17 more points in defeat for Panguitch.RICHFIELD, Utah-Tom Rees netted 14 points on 5-7 shooting and Garrett Chappell added 14 points and 7 rebounds on 4-7 from the field as the Wayne Badgers bested St. Joseph 67-58 Friday at the Sevier Valley Center during the Central Utah Boys Preview. Sayveon Armstrong netted 16 points and 6 assists in the loss for the Jayhawks.RICHFIELD, Utah-Lucas Hatch posted 21 points on 6-8 from the field as the Monticello Buckaroos downed Piute 60-45 during the Central Utah Boys Preview Friday at the Sevier Valley Center. Monticello shot 58.8 percent for the game. Quade Gleave posted 13 points and 8 rebounds for the Thunderbirds in defeat.RICHFIELD, Utah-Bryce Valley went on a vital 18-9 run in the 4th Quarter to down Duchesne 37-34 Friday at the Sevier Valley Center during the Central Utah Boys Preview. Treyton Tebbs had 13 points, making 5 of 6 free throws to help the Mustangs pull out the win. Gavin Davis had 14 points and 10 rebounds in the loss for the Eagles.RICHFIELD, Utah-Gavin Hoyt’s 13 points led the way as the Valley Buffaloes downed Rich 46-32 Friday at the Central Utah Boys Preview at the Sevier Valley Center. Jared Anderson had 9 points to pace the Rebels in defeat.RICHFIELD, Utah-Zach Sherwood netted 20 points and 10 rebounds on 8-12 shooting as the Milford Tigers downed Green River 58-54 Friday at the Central Utah Boys Preview at the Sevier Valley Center. Axel Anguliano netted 18 points and 9 rebounds on 6-11 from the field in the loss for the Pirates.Non-RegionGUNNISON, Utah-Parx Bartholomew ensued in his magnificent week with 26 points as the Gunnison Bulldogs routed APA West Valley 66-46 in non-region boys basketball action Friday. Javier Prieto and Noor Abdirahman had 13 points apiece in defeat.RICHFIELD, Utah-Derek Smith amassed 28 points and Jager Springer added 24 more as the Delta Rabbits edged Richfield 68-64 Friday in non-region boys basketball action. Payton Thompson’s 14 points led the Wildcats in the loss.MONROE, Utah-Brandt Williams posted 22 points and the South Sevier Rams got past Juab 61-53 in non-region boys basketball action Friday. Easton Wright, Tanner Wright and Ty Allred had 14 points apiece in the loss for the Wasps.MANTI, Utah-Travis Thomson led the way with 21 points and Adam Huff added 15 more as the Manti Templars smacked Millard 71-59 Friday in non-region boys basketball action. Hayes Monroe had 18 points for the Eagles in the loss.SALINA, Utah-Fernando Elmer’s 20 points led the way but it wasn’t enough as North Sanpete edged North Sevier 56-54 in non-region boys basketball action Friday.Great Western ShootoutOREM, Utah-Mike Saunders netted 19 points as the Wasatch Academy Tigers pounded Richland (Wash.) 97-62 Friday in the Great Western Shootout at Orem High School.Girls BasketballNon-RegionSPANISH FORK, Utah-Taylor Stewart netted 23 points and 13 rebounds and the Spanish Fork Dons got past Juab 40-34 in non-region girls basketball action Friday. Bayli Heap posted 18 points and 9 boards in the loss for the Wasps.Bulldog InvitationalMESQUITE, Nev.-Sidney McDonald led the way with 16 points and Kanab pounded Pahrump Valley (Nev.) 72-22 Friday at the Bulldog Invitational at Virgin Valley High School.MESQUITE, Nev.-Mel Alo’s 17 points led the Dixie Flyers as they downed Panguitch 42-38 Friday at the Bulldog Invitational at Virgin Valley High School. Brittney Henrie stepped up in defeat with 14 points and 8 boards for the Bobcats. Tags: Axel Anguliano/Green River/Milford/Zach Sherwood Brad James
Beau Lund Written by December 15, 2018 /Sports News – National US to pitch Salt Lake City as host for 2030 Winter Olympics FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailiStock(SALT LAKE CITY) — The Winter Olympics may be making a return to Salt Lake City — at least the U.S. Olympic Committee hopes so.The USOC announced on Friday evening that they have chosen Utah’s capital to pitch to the International Olympic Committee as a host for the 2030 Games. Salt Lake City was chosen over Denver. For now, the USOC is still referring to Salt Lake City as the U.S.’s choice for a “potential” 2030 bid.“I’d like to thank Denver and Salt Lake City, and their respective leadership teams, for participating in this process and their commitment to make the Olympic and Paralympic movements stronger,” USOC Chair Larry Probst said in a statement. “We’re incredibly lucky to have multiple able and willing cities to choose from, but in the end, we believe Salt Lake City will give us the best chance to return the winter Games to the U.S.”It’s not yet clear what international cities Salt Lake City will be competing against. The selection will not be made by the IOC until 2023.Salt Lake City hosted the Winter Games in 2002. It was the first U.S. city to host the Winter Olympics since Lake Placid, New York, in 1980 — famously highlighted by the U.S. men’s ice hockey’s “Miracle on Ice” team.The U.S. has hosted the Winter Games four times: 1932 (Lake Placid), 1960 (Squaw Valley, California), 1980 (Lake Placid) and 2002 (Salt Lake City). Denver, beaten out as this year’s U.S. representative, was actually named as host for the 1976 Games by the IOC, before withdrawing four years beforehand.The 2002 Games, less than six months after Sept. 11, went off without a hitch despite serious security concerns. Mitt Romney, the CEO of the Salt Lake Organizing Committee, was hailed worldwide for his effort in bringing the games to reality after rescuing them from a financial crisis. He used the goodwill as a launching point in his political career, serving as governor of Massachusetts from 2003 to 2007, and running for president in 2008, 2012 and 2016.Romney just won a midterm election to be named senator from Utah. He hailed the selection of Salt Lake City for the USOC’s candidate for the 2030 Games.Beijing was named as host for the 2022 Winter Olympics, while the host for the 2026 Games has yet to be selected. The IOC will be choosing between Stockholm and Italy’s two-city bid of Milan and Cortina d’Ampezzo.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
March 18, 2019 /Sports News – Local SUU Men’s Basketball Hosts Drake Friday Tags: America First Event Center/Andre Adams/Brady Ellingson/Brandon Better/Cameron Oluyitan/D.J. Wilkins/Division I/Drake Bulldogs/Harrison Butler/Missouri Valley Conference/Nick McGlynn/Nick Norton/SUU Men’s Basketball/Tremell Murphy Since the Thunderbirds advanced to Division I in 1988, this is the first time they have hosted a postseason game. Written by Drake scores 75.5 points per game and surrenders 69.9 points per contest. Brad James They are led by redshirt junior guard/forward Cameron Oluyitan (12.8 points per game), senior guard Brandon Better (12 points per game), junior forward Andre Adams (10.2 points, 6.3 rebounds per game) and freshman guard Harrison Butler (10.2 points per game). Southern Utah scores 75.4 points per game and surrenders 75.9 points per contest. FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailCEDAR CITY, Utah-Friday, Southern Utah men’s basketball (16-16) hosts the Drake Bulldogs of the Missouri Valley Conference at the America First Event Center in the first round of the collegeinsider.com postseason tournament. Many Bulldogs share the scoring load, led by senior forward Nick McGlynn ( 15.2 points, 8.3 rebounds per game), senior guard Nick Norton (14 points, 5.9 assists per game), senior guard Brady Ellingson (11.8 points per game), freshman guard D.J. Wilkins (11.2 points per game), and junior forward Tremell Murphy (10.4 points, 6 rebounds per game). The Bulldogs, who hail from Des Moines, Iowa, come in with a record of 24-9.
Other Mountain West student-athletes to receive this honor included Nevada senior forward Jordan Caroline and Wolf Pack senior guard Caleb Martin. Merrill made the NABC All-District 17 first team, scoring 20.9 points per game for the Aggies and 22 points per contest in Mountain West Conference games. Merrill also averaged 4.2 assists and 1.1 steals per game while shooting 90.4 percent at the foul line in conference games. Queta also netted a team-best 312 rebounds on the season, becoming the first Aggie to surpass 300 rebounds since the 1976-77 season. Queta, a Portuguese national, asserted himself as the best freshman in program history. March 26, 2019 /Sports News – Local USU Men Basketball’s Merrill, Queta, Receive NABC All-District Honors Brad James Written by Tags: Caleb Martin/Jordan Caroline/National Association of Basketball Coaches/Neemias Queta/Sam Merrill/USU Men’s Basketball This commemorates the third consecutive year an Aggie has been named to the all-district teams. FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailLOGAN, Utah-Tuesday, Utah State men’s basketball stars, junior guard Sam Merrill and freshman center Neemias Queta received honors from the National Association of Basketball Coaches. He posted 11.8 points and 8.9 rebounds per game while also posting a freshman-record 84 blocks (2.4 per game.)
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPhoto by Phil Ellsworth / ESPN Images(DUBLIN, Ohio) — After missing the cut at the PGA Championship last week, Tiger Woods says he will take part in next week’s Memorial Tournament hosted by golf legend Jack Nicklaus.Woods has won The Memorial five times. Last year he finished 23rd in the tournament.Since winning The Masters on April 14, Woods’ two rounds at the PGA Championship is the only competitive golf he has played. “There’s no reason why I can’t get up to speed again and crank it back up,” Woods told reporters after Round Two of the PGA Championship. “I’ve got to start feeling a little bit better first before that happens.”After The Memorial, Woods says he will play the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. Beau Lund Written by May 23, 2019 /Sports News – National Tiger Woods announces next tournament he’ll play in
September 1, 2019 /Sports News – National Scoreboard roundup — 8/31/2019 Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailGetty/iStock(NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from Saturday’s sports events:INTERLEAGUEFinal Atlanta 11 Chi White Sox 5AMERICAN LEAGUEFinal N-Y Yankees 4 Oakland 3 (11 Innings)Final Toronto 6 Houston 4Final Tampa Bay 9 Cleveland 6Final Detroit 10 Minnesota 7Final Kansas City 7 Baltimore 5Final Texas 3 Seattle 2Final L-A Angels 10 Boston 4NATIONAL LEAGUEFinal St. Louis 10 Cincinnati 6 (1st game)Final Milwaukee 2 Chi Cubs 0Final N-Y Mets 6 Philadelphia 3Final Washington 7 Miami 0Final St. Louis 3 Cincinnati 2 (2nd game)Final Arizona 6 L-A Dodgers 5Final Pittsburgh 11 Colorado 4Final San Diego 4 San Francisco 1TOP-25 COLLEGE FOOTBALL(21)Iowa St. 29 N. Iowa 26(24)Nebraska 35 South Alabama 21(5)Ohio St. 45 FAU 21(13)Washington 47 E. Washington 14(2)Alabama 42 Duke 3(15)Penn St. 79 Idaho 7(25)Stanford 17 Northwestern 7(22)Syracuse 24 Liberty 0(7)Michigan 40 Middle Tennessee 21(16)Auburn 27 (11)Oregon 21(6)LSU 55 Georgia Southern 3(20)Iowa 38 Miami (Ohio) 14(10)Texas 45 Louisiana Tech 14(23)Washington St. 58 New Mexico St. 7WOMEN’S NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATIONFinal Washington 91 Dallas 85Final Las Vegas 92 Los Angeles 86MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCERFinal Colorado 2 New York 0Final tie Chicago 1 Columbus 1Final D.C. United 3 Montreal 0Final tie Toronto FC 1 New England 1Final Philadelphia 3 Atlanta 1Final FC Dallas 3 Cincinnati 1Final Sporting Kansas City 1 Houston 0Final New York City FC 3 Vancouver 1Final Portland 1 Real Salt Lake 0Final San Jose 3 Orlando City 0Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. Beau Lund
Tags: Cross Country Brad James Written by October 17, 2019 /Sports News – Local Manti’s Fiel Woods; Juab’s Dason Day, Each Take Region 14 Cross Country Titles Wednesday FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailFAIRVIEW, Utah-Wednesday, the Region 14 cross country championship meet occurred at the Skyline Mountain Resort Golf Course of Fairview, with North Sanpete, Manti, Juab and Delta representing the Mid-Utah Radio Sports Network at the event.The boys and girls each competed in standard 3-mile races as is customary in cross country.Manti’s Fiel Woods won the individual Region 14 title (20:21.90) with Union’s girls winning the team title, posting a score of 49. North Sanpete placed second with a score of 52, Manti finished third with a score of 65, Delta finished fourth with a score of 69 and Juab finished fifth with a score of 114.North Sanpete’s Aubry Cook placed second overall (20:30.30) with Manti’s Keltsy Fowles placing fourth (21:33.90). North Sanpete’s Tamsin Stewart finished fifth (21:46.10), Delta’s Kayli Baker placed sixth (21:46.50).Juab’s Whitlee Rosquist finished seventh (22:00.10), Paige Curtis of Delta placed 10th (22:20.70), Madelyn Christensen of North Sanpete finished 11th (22:48.80), with her teammate, Rachael Jones (22:55.00) placing 12th.Brynnleigh Goodwin of Delta finished 13th (22:56.50) and Manti’s Ashlee Johnson finished 16th (23:43.20).Savannah Withers of Manti placed 18th (23:50.00) and Summer Owens of Delta placed 19th overall (23:55.90).Cambree Olsen of Juab finished 20th overall (24:05.30) while Shayley Anderson of Delta finished 21st (24:10.80).North Sanpete’s Josclynn Allen placed 22nd overall (24:12.70) and her teammate, Tylee Henrie, placed 24th overall (24:43.40).Juab’s Michelle Bunker placed 26th overall (25:10.90), while Manti’s April Christensen (25:18.90), Megan Dennis (25:29.70), Bethany Christensen (25:49.50) and Tianna Chamberlain (26:37.80) finished 27th-30th.Delta’s Millie Western placed 31st (26:43.30) and Manti’s Josie Howick (26:54.60), Isabella Knudsen (26:58.80) and Sarah Peterson (27:14.50) finished 32nd-34th.Juab’s Macie Slater placed 35th (27:26.10), Mollie Eldridge of Delta placed 36th (27:37.50) and Gen Cannell of Juab placed 37th (27:40.00).Manti’s Kaitlyn Chidester placed 38th (28:05.70), Juab’s Jessica Peterson placed 39th (28:20.10) and Manti’s BreAnna Bratton (29:04.40) and Macie Howick (29:16.70) finished 41st and 42nd respectively.Juab’s Abilene Douglas placed 43rd (29:33.70) and Hannah Clark of Delta finished 44th (32:28.70) while Manti’s Cynthia Bishop placed 45th (33:19.30). Lily Hardy of Delta placed 47th overall (35:09.80) and Elizabeth Chwalek of Manti finished 48th overall (37:07.90).The Union boys also took the team title with a score of 54. North Sanpete placed second (57), Manti third (68), Juab fourth (73) and Delta sixth (151).Dason Day of Juab took the boys Region 14 individual title (16:39.40). North Sanpete’s Matt Hindes (17:11.50) and Gage Cox (17:16.70) placed third and fourth respectively.John McLaws of Delta placed fifth (17:20.10) and Manti’s Sam Cox finished seventh (17:31.20).Orange Peel of North Sanpete placed 10th (17:51.30), Manti’s Tyler Taggart (18:01.90), Ben Johnson (18:10.70) and Josiah Carter (18:12.90) finished 12th-14th. North Sanpete’s Cayler Cook (18:16.00) placed 15th.Juab’s Gabe Peterson (18:18.20), Dallin Taylor (18:18.50) and Joseph Petersen (18:29.10) placed 16th-18th and their teammate Talmage Day (18:40.80) placed 21st.Manti’s Hunter Powell (18:43.20) and Kaystan K. Larsen (18:50.10) placed 22nd and 23rd with Tyler Dinkel of Juab (18:55.90) placing 24th and Morgan Bowles of North Sanpete (18:56.80) placing 25th.Trevor Steck of Manti (19:00.90) finished 26th and Levi Bowles of North Sanpete (19:13.50) finished 29th overall.Manti’s Trevor Taggart (19:28.30) and Nathan Howell (19:30.90) placed 32nd and 33rd overall while their teammate, Casen Christensen (19:34.20) finished 35th overall.Juab’s Jared Braden (19:39.80) and Thomas Covington (19:44.60) finished 36th and 37th overall.North Sanpete’s Jared Strait (19:47.50) placed 38th overall and Delta’s Joseph Bliss (19:47.80) finished 39th. Bliss’ teammate, Gage Smith (20:04.30) finished 41st overall.Taylor Clyde of Juab (20:11.20) placed 44th overall and Ryland Cook of North Sanpete (20:15.00) finished 45th overall.Delta’s Samuel LeBaron (20:16.90) finished 46th overall and Jace Sweat of Manti (20:21.60) placed 49th.Adrian Lemus of North Sanpete (20:34.10) finished 52nd overall and Kaleb Bunker of Juab (20:41.10) finished 56th.Griffon Winsor of Manti (20:51.90) finished 56th overall and Ian Knoeller of Delta (21:06.30) placed 61st.Brayden Braithwaite of Manti (21:11.70) finished 62nd with Gavin Hardy of North Sanpete (21:13.40) finishing 63rd overall.Bryton Matheson of Juab (21:16.50) placed 64th and Delta’s Cesar Morales (21:26.30) finished 66th with Manti’s Dyson Winsor placing 67th (21:37.40).Juab’s Parker Hills (21:52.40), Levi Covington (21:56.00), Reid Vernon (22:00.00) and Jackson Hanks (22:02.00) finished 70th-73rd.Thomas Jones of North Sanpete (22:09.60) placed 74th with Manti’s Hunter Branham (22:10.40) and Kayson Douglas (22:12.70) finishing 74th-76th.Juab’s Joshua Youngblood placed 77th (22:18.20) and Aiden Gowans of Manti (22:28.60) finished 79th.Luke Bender of Juab placed 80th (22:37.40) with North Sanpete’s Josh Cox (22:45.20) placing 81st.Boston Baxter of Juab (22:55.10) finished 82nd and Brannigan Chaney of Manti (22:56.40) placed 83rd.Juab’s Jared Bradley (23:17.60) placed 84th and Delta’s Christopher Atkinson (23:28.40) finished 86th.Neils Grover of Manti (23:29.20) placed 87th and Jackson Baxter of Juab (23:39.10) placed 89th.Cody Stephenson of Delta (23:40.50) placed 91st and Juab’s Malachi Compton (23:56.80) and Chase Hills (23:58.10) finished 93rd and 94th overall.Kolten Manning of Juab (24:25.70) placed 96th, Jake Cox of North Sanpete (24:57.90) finished 97th and Ben Cannell of Juab (24:57.60) finished 98th.Cael Howard of North Sanpete (25:41.40) finished 102nd, Juab’s Asher Kretchmer (26:03.60) placed 103rd and Manti’s Ethan Roos (26:29.40) finished 104th.Finally, Juab’s David Samuelson (27:00.20) placed 105th, Michael Larsen of North Sanpete (28:37.80) finished 106th and Manti’s Donald Southworth (30:18.10) and James Narciso (33:01.10) placed 107th and 108th overall.The state championship meet is October 23 at Sugarhouse Park in Salt Lake City and will run from 11:00 am-3:30 pm as the various classifications in the Beehive State compete.
Tags: Bryson Barnes/Milford High/Western Illinois Leathernecks FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailMACOMB, Ill.-In information released Sunday, Milford High School star senior quarterback Bryson Barnes confirmed he has received his first FCS offer from the Western Illinois Leathernecks of the Missouri Valley Conference.On his Twitter account, Barnes confirmed Western Illinois co-offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach David Rocco offered him a scholarship to the Macomb, Ill.-based school.Barnes, who also stars defensively as a strong safety and has also excelled in baseball, basketball and wrestling in his career, has thrown for 10,835 yards and 133 scores in his career for the Tigers.Barnes and his Milford teammates are in action Saturday afternoon in the 2-A state semifinals at Orem High School against Millard in a game that can be heard on KSVC-AM 980 and 100.5 FM or online at midutahradio.com. Brad James November 4, 2019 /Sports News – Local Milford Star QB Bryson Barnes Receives Offer From Western Illinois University Written by
January 28, 2020 /Sports News – National Mural dedicated to Kobe Bryant, his daughter appears in Los Angeles FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailKABC-TV(LOS ANGELES) — Los Angeles has a new mural to honor basketball legend Kobe Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna, who died with seven others in a helicopter crash on Sunday.As tributes and memorials pour in from all over the world for the former Los Angeles Lakers star, a mural dedicated to the father and daughter has already gone up in the Mid-City neighborhood of Los Angeles, according to ABC News station KGO-TV.Bryant, 41, and his daughter were painted less than 24-hours after their deaths. The mural shows them smiling cheek-to-cheek with black script over a white ribbon that reads, “Kobe & Gigi Forever. Daddy’s Girl.”Bryant and those who died in the crash were flying from Orange County, where Bryant has a home in Newport Park, to the Mamba Sports Academy in Thousand Oaks, where Bryant hosted basketball clinics. Bryant’s daughter’s basketball team was scheduled to play in the Mamba Cup, a youth basketball tournament that’s named after Bryant’s moniker.Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti described Bryant in a statement as a “giant who inspired, amazed and thrilled people everywhere with his incomparable skill on the court — and awed us with his intellect and humility as father, husband, creative genius and ambassador for the game he loved.”“He will live forever in the heart of Los Angeles, and will be remembered through the ages as one of our greatest heroes,” Garcetti said. “This is a moment that leaves us struggling to find words that express the magnitude of shock and sorrow we are all feeling right now, and I am keeping Kobe’s entire family in my prayers at this time of unimaginable grief.”Other victims killed in the crash included John Altobelli, a local college baseball coach, as well as his wife, Kerri Altobelli, and his daughter, Alyssa Altobelli. Christina Mauser, an assistant girls basketball coach for a private school in Orange County, was also killed in the crash, her husband confirmed on Facebook.Two other people aboard the doomed flight were identified as Sarah and Peyton Chester, ABC News has confirmed.The identity of the one other victim, the pilot, remains unconfirmed.Bryant is survived by his wife Vanessa, and three daughters, Natalia, Bianca and Capri. Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved. Written by Beau Lund
Tags: BYU Basketball/Saint Mary’s Basketball January 31, 2020 /Sports News – Local St. Mary’s looks to extend streak vs BYU FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSaint Mary’s (19-4, 6-2) vs. Brigham Young (16-7, 5-3)Marriott Center, Provo, Utah; Saturday, 8 p.m. MSTBOTTOM LINE: Saint Mary’s looks for its fifth straight conference win against Brigham Young. Saint Mary’s’ last WCC loss came against the Santa Clara Broncos 67-66 on Jan. 11. Brigham Young is coming off a 107-80 win over Pepperdine in its most recent game.SAVVY VETERANS: Senior leadership has been on display for both of these teams. Jake Toolson, TJ Haws, Yoeli Childs, Alex Barcello and Dalton Nixon have collectively accounted for 72 percent of Brigham Young’s scoring this season and 62 percent of the team’s points over its last five games. For Saint Mary’s, Jordan Ford, Malik Fitts, Tanner Krebs, Tommy Kuhse and Dan Fotu have combined to account for 77 percent of all Saint Mary’s scoring, including 94 percent of the team’s points over its last five games.RAMPING IT UP: The Cougars have scored 83.5 points per game against WCC opponents so far, an improvement from the 76.4 per game they put up in non-conference play.OFFENSIVE THREAT: Childs has accounted for 45 percent of all Brigham Young field goals over the last three games. Childs has 29 field goals and 15 assists in those games.UNDEFEATED WHEN: Brigham Young is a perfect 12-0 when it holds an opponent to 70 points or fewer. The Cougars are 4-7 when opponents score more than 70 points.STREAK STATS: Brigham Young has won its last nine home games, scoring an average of 85.6 points while giving up 62.2.DID YOU KNOW: The Saint Mary’s offense has recorded a turnover on only 15.3 percent of its possessions, which is the 11th-best rate in the nation. The Brigham Young defense has forced opposing teams to turn the ball over on just 18.2 percent of all possessions (ranked 256th among Division I teams). Written by Associated Press