JCD Participates In 4-Way Track Meet At South Decatur

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first_imgJac-Cen-Del Varsity Track traveled to South Decatur in Westport  on Tuesday (4-22) for a 4 way meet.Other teams include Oldenburg Academy and Trinity Lutheran.Final scores : Ladies-Oldenburg 70, Trinity Lutheran 68.5, Jac-Cen-Del48 and South Decatur 41.5Mens-South Decatur 94, Oldenburg 63, Trinity Lutheran 38 and Jac-Cen-Del 29Highlights:Eli Wagner 3rd 100D- :12.24, 2nd-400D :57.04, 3rd 200D – :25.7, 1stLongJump- 18’7″Chris Kissel 4th 800M- 2:27, 5th 3200M-12:53,Tyler Johnson 1st Shot 41’10”, 2nd Disc 127’10”Ladies:Kelsey Bowling 1st 100H-16.71, 2nd 300H- :57.5,1st LongJump -14’7″,Abby Wagner 4th 100D- :14.95,Jenna Hughes 3rd 1600M- 6:17, 3rd 800M-2:49. 2nd HighJump-4’6″,Kayla Bowling 4th 400D- 1:14.4,Andrea Smith 4th 3200M-14:33Sasha Wagner 4th HighJump-4’4″Rosie Newhart 1st Shot- 30’10”, 2nd Disc – 93’10”Submitted by JCD Coach Larry Hammond.last_img read more


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first_img Published on February 22, 2012 at 12:00 pm The Carrier Dome went silent as C.J. Fair clutched his left knee. The sophomore forward had just crumbled to the court without any contact and rolled around grimacing in pain.But as quickly as it happened, the pain subsided, and Fair walked off under his own power to the pleasure of Syracuse fans.‘The court was wet because someone fell,’ he said. ‘It wasn’t a dead ball, so they couldn’t mop it up. I jumped up, and I fell weird. But I’m good.’The scare came at the 8:27 mark of the first half, but even though Orange trainer Brad Pike came out to tend to Fair, the sophomore was back on the court less than a minute later. He came out of halftime with a white sleeve on his knee but said the injury didn’t affect him during the game. He finished with 13 points, six rebounds, five steals and three assists as No. 2 SU (28-1, 15-1 Big East) knocked off South Florida (17-11, 10-5 Big East) 56-48 Wednesday.It was Fair’s fourth straight game scoring in double figures as the sophomore’s offensive game continues to develop.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text‘At this point in the year with any of the guards, I know how to feed off of them and try to get to open spots where I can be available to them to pass to me,’ he said.Fair scored seven of SU’s first nine points against the Bulls before suffering the minor injury.He didn’t score after the injury in the first half, but in the second, he created more for himself. He got to the line early on after hauling in an offensive rebound. The forward’s next bucket came on a hard baseline drive, and he later sealed the Orange win with two free throws late in the game.After the game, Fair said the knee wasn’t an issue and would be fine. He also added that the key to his offensive success was simple.‘Just being aggressive at all times,’ he said. ‘And that’s not just trying to score but just attack mode. Keep the defense honest and make myself available.’USF guard Collins succeeds scoring insideTime and again, Anthony Collins drove in among the trees. Unwavering, the 6-foot-1, 180-pound South Florida point guard attacked the middle of the Syracuse defense.Time and again, he scored.Collins went 5-for-5 in the paint Wednesday night against the Orange, lofting teardrop after teardrop up and over SU center Fab Melo and watching them fall softly through the basket. Though the Bulls fell 56-48 to Syracuse on Wednesday night, Collins finished with 12 points and 10 assists to lead USF.‘He’s good. He’s a really good player. I was very impressed with him,’ SU head coach Jim Boeheim said. ‘He made every shot. They were all tough shots over people. The only shot he missed was a 3 he had to force a little bit at the end of the game.’Collins never looked for his shot as the first option offensively for South Florida, but when lanes opened up he took them. By slicing into the middle of the 2-3 zone, he left Melo with a choice. The 7-foot center could step up and try to impede Collins’ path, or he could stay back.‘If I come up, he’s going to pass to the other guy down low. It’s tough,’ Melo said. ‘I don’t know what to do sometimes. I just go up and he passes down. Then it would be my fault. It’s hard.’Melo stayed back Wednesday, as he said he’s supposed to, and Collins made Syracuse pay. His ability to make contested shots late in the shot clock bailed out South Florida five times.‘He has a knack of getting in there and freezing you,’ USF head coach Stan Heath said. ‘And if you want to jump at it, he’ll find a way to pass it, too. So it’s pick your poison once you get in there. ‘No comment from BoeheimBefore the reporter could even finish the question, Boeheim made it clear he wouldn’t discuss the defamation case he currently faces.Bobby Davis and Mike Lang filed a lawsuit against Boeheim claiming he defamed them by calling them liars after they claimed they were molested by former SU assistant coach Bernie Fine.Judge Brian DeJoseph ruled Wednesday that the case would be heard in Onondaga County rather than in New York City. When a reporter asked if he could comment on the change of venue, Boeheim cut him off with one word: ‘No.’zjbrown@syr.edumjcohe02@syr.edu Commentscenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more


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first_img Published on November 16, 2016 at 2:48 am Contact Connor: cgrossma@syr.edu | @connorgrossman There was no drama on Tuesday night in the Carrier Dome. No. 18 Syracuse (2-0) coasted past Holy Cross (0-2) by 44 points, winning 90-46. SU showcased its full offensive capabilities, lifted primarily by Andrew White, Tyler Lydon, Tyler Roberson and even some help on the boards.Here’s three things we learned from the Orange’s blowout.This is what Syracuse’s offense can look like with Lydon and White providing the fuelEntering this season, it seemed apparent that the lifeblood of SU’s offense would primarily course through White and Lydon. The scoreboard on Tuesday reflected that statement, it just took a game for it to come to fruition. White dropped in a team-high 19 points, while Lydon trailed closely with 17. All together, they accounted for 40 percent of the team’s production.A huge chunk of White’s point total was rooted in a 5-for-10 performance from 3. He neutralized a pair of early 3s from the Crusaders in the first half with two of his own. Lydon even broke out of his 3-point drought, making his first two on the season.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“When you make (3s), it’s an easy game,” head coach Jim Boeheim said. “When you don’t, it’s a hard game.“We’re going to have those games, we’re going to have those nights and we’re going to have to will our way through them.”Tuesday was not one of those nights. Tuesday was the first time Lydon and White both reached double-digits point totals, and they gave the Crusaders’ defense an impossible dilemma. Lydon scored almost all of his points in the paint while White reigned from deep. The visitors never quite figured it out.Roberson is hitting jumpers, even if Boeheim’s not buying itPerhaps one of the biggest surprises through a pair of exhibitions and regular-season games is the offensive output from Roberson. The 6-foot-8 forward is averaging over 13 points per game, including the two preseason matchups. He pitched in 12 points against Holy Cross, one game removed from a team-high 18 points against Colgate.Most of his tallies against the Raiders came at the rim, but he successfully flashed his mid-range jumper a few times in the season opener, and again on Tuesday. The senior gave the Orange the lead for good with his first shot, one he hit less than three minutes into the game.He followed that a few minutes later with another jumper, this one as Jehyve Floyd was closing on him hastily.“They were letting (Roberson) shoot it,” Boeheim said, “and that’s your worst nightmare. When you’re let a guy shoot and he makes them.”It’s not as if Roberson is a completely transformed offensive player, he’s just fit well into the lineups SU has run out. His shots are falling more often than they’re not, even if that’s not the case in practice.“We keep statistics in practice,” Boeheim said, “(Roberson’s shooting) below 30 (percent). Facts are facts. Don’t try to go to what you hope is there or what you think is there. Try to go by the facts. I know that’s difficult.”Syracuse showed life on the offensive glassWith Lydon mired in a shooting slump prior to Tuesday’s game, Boeheim suggested last week that the sophomore needed to operate more around the basket. Not only to allow Lydon more high-percentage shots, but to spark himself with second- or third-chance points.That’s exactly how Lydon got going on Tuesday, putting back a third-chance layup that foreshadowed a breakout night. He was one of four Orange players with multiple offensive boards, and he paced SU with five.The Crusaders set up in a zone defense, and that left plenty of room on the interior for Syracuse to infiltrate.  In the first eight minutes alone, the Orange had two offensive possessions with two offensive rebounds. Both ended in Lydon layups.“We did a good job of exploiting (open space),” Roberson said. “We have to do it in the future when teams try to play this kind of defense on us.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more