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2B • WEDNESDAY,NOVEMBER19,2014 GALLATIN NEWS EXAMINER SPORTS / COMICS BEETLE BAILEY BLONDIE FOR BETTER OR WORSE HAGAR THE HORRIBLE HI AND LOUIS JUDGE PARKER MOTHER GOOSE & GRIMM CRYPTOQUIP Whenever people constantly have frowns on their faces, I always give them smiling salts. ACROSS 1Jacob’s brother 5Skilled, facetiously 8Eyelid problem 12 Mississippi s ymbol 1 4 Be a leader 1 5 One of Ahab’s m en 1 6 McNally partner 1 7 Lubricate 1 8 Vim and vigor 2 0 Refine ore 23 Jet forth 24 Ring out 25 ÒAmerican IdolÓ goal 28 Donkey 29 Plank 30 Wrong (Pref.) 32 Bright at night, maybe 34 Korean War TV s eries 3 5 Indigent 3 6 Jousting need 3 7 African country o r lake 4 0 Enjoyment 4 1Way out 42 Sci-fi franchise 47 Netting 48 Stand 49 Catch sight of 50 Fa-la link 51Vacationing DOWN 1 Type measures 2 Perched 3 _ Khan 4 Open out, as a c arpet 5 Hebrew month 6 Selfie, e.g. 7Get in on the action 8Crafty 9Rip 10 Yin counterpart 11Vortex 13 Last write-up 19 Dweeb 20 Hot tub 21Disarray 2 2 Sunrise direct ion 2 3 Flight compo- n ent 2 5 Helpless per- f ormers? 2 6 Arabian Sea gulf 27 Uncategorized (Abbr.) 29 Forehead 31That girl 33 Indifference 34 Om, for example 36 Enticement 37 Viral video, e.g. 3 8 Choppers 3 9 Speech impedi- m ent 4 0 Drop 43 Also 4 4 Uncooked 4 5 Greek vowel 46 Crucial ANSWERS ON PAGE 2A CRYPTOQUIP Today’s Cryptoquip clue: Q equals P BEECH Rodrick Napper, Jr., T B-LB Napper rushed for 244 yards and three touchdowns (of 6, 4 and 1yards) on 29 carries in the Buccaneers’ 42-41, overtime loss at Shelbyville. HENDERSONVILLE C ameron Turner, Sr., T B Turner rushed for 54 yards o n 10 carries, including a 3-yard touchdown in the second quarter of the C ommandos’ 24-7 loss to visiting Centennial. WESTMORELAND Brad Evans, Sr., W B-LB Evans rushed for 117 yards on 18 carries, caught a 37-yard touchdown pass and returned five kickoffs for 101 yards in the Eagles’ 48-29 loss at Christ Presbyterian Academy. WHITE HOUSE T rey Hyde, Jr., TB-LB Hyde rushed for a game-high 232 yards and two t ouchdowns (of 35 and 4 yards) on 28 carries, caught a 10-yard pass, made six tackles, h ad one quarterback sack, forced one fumble and had a p ass break-up in the Blue Devils’ 39-21victory over visiting Giles County. PLAYERS OF THE WEEK TULLAHOMA— Sopho- m ore point guard TeTe F lowers erupted for a car eer-high 39 points as the 24 th -ranked Volunteer State Community College w omen’s basketball team captured an 85-76 victory at Motlow State on Satur- d ay afternoon. Flowers scored 27 of those points in the second h alf, helping the Lady Pioneers hold on after building a 39-29 lead by halftime. VSCC sophomore for- w ard Shenequa Foster scored 12 of her 19 points i n the first half, and classmate Jenise Davis provided 12 points. V ol State (2-1overall, 2 -1in the Tennessee Community College Athletic A ssociation) had 10 play- e rs available on Saturday, after having just s even in uniform one week earlier. Freshman forward L auren Brown and sophomore guard Chloe Neil combined to make eight of the Lady Bucks’ 113- pointers. Brown scored 16 of her game-high 22 points in the second half, and Neil made four first- half 3-pointers, accounting for 12 of her 19 points. Motlow State sophomore forward Sabrina Jackson provided 13 points. >> The Volunteer State men were playing even more short-handed than they had been re- c ently and suffered a 1146 4 loss to unbeaten Motl ow State. T he Pioneers (0-6, 0-3) h ave been playing without 6 -foot-10 forward Antone Warren, who is suspended i ndefinitely due to disci- p linary matters. Vol State freshman g uard Xavier Hester will not play this season as he h as elected to transfer, and sophomore guard Trey McPherson and freshman guard Jordan C raighead quit the team l ast week. Pioneer starting point g uard Christian Lynn – a freshman – missed Saturday’s game due to an inju- r y. Vol State trailed 58-22 at halftime. VSCC sophomore guard Jason Stone scored ateam-high 14 points, and freshman teammates Lawrence Castor and Brandon Cody provided 12 and 11points, respectively. Sophomore forward D’Andre Downey led the Bucks (6-0, 3-0) with a double-double of 19 points and 11rebounds, and freshman guard Terry Holt scored 14 points. M otlow State had eight p layers score in double f igures. T he VSCC squads were s lated to play at Northeast M ississippi Community College on Monday even ing and will resume con- f erence play this weekend, playing at Chattanoo- g a State on Friday evening and at Cleveland S tate on Saturday afternoon. VOL STATE BASKETBALL ROUNDUP Lady Pioneers prevail over Motlow State VSCC men fall at Motlow State From staff reports Vol State women 85, Motlow S tate 76 VOL STATE (85) – TeTe Flowers 39, Shenequa Foster 19,Jenise Davis 12, Nakia Daniel 5,Kyndal Hale 5,Victoria Dye 4,MaKayla Gray 1. MOTLOW STATE (76) – Lauren Brown 22,Chloe Neil 19,Sabrina Jackson 13,Erin Layne 8,Jadah Fite 7,Bree Horner 7. H alf:39-29,Volunteer State.Three-point goals:Vol State 2 (Flowers 1,Hale 1), Motlow State 11(Neil 5,Brown 3,Fite 1, Horner 1,Layne 1).Records:Vol State 2-1 overall,2-1in the Tennessee Community College Athletic Association;Motlow State 1-4,1-2. Motlow State men 114, Volunteer S tate 64 VOLUNTEER STATE (64) – Jason Stone 14,Lawrence Castor 12,Brandon Cody 11,Arthur Bennett 9,Thomas Wright 6 ,Juanya Smith 5,Steven Nicks 4. MOTLOW STATE (114) – D’Andre Downey 19,Terry Holt 14,Greg Mason 12, K ytrel Williams 12,Dequon Miller 11,Clint Nwosuh 11,Jaylen Barford 10,Reggie Williams 10,Jordan Darden 8,Reid Pierce 4,Axel Magnuson 3. Half:58-22,Motlow State.

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