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e Oceanic downed Quebec in a shooto

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Morgantown, WV (SportsNetwork. Yeezy Boost 350 v2 Kopen Belgie .com) - Juwan Staten and Devin Williams each scored 18 points, and the 18th-ranked West Virginia Mountaineers survived a wild overtime period to beat the TCU Horned Frogs 86-85 on Saturday. With seven seconds to go in the extra period, Daxter Miles Jr. hit a go-ahead 3-point shot for the Mountaineers to give them their first lead since regulation, but Trey Zeigler put TCU back on top by hitting a jumper with a second left. Jevon Carter then got behind the Horned Frogs defense on the inbounds pass, and after being fouled attempting a layup as time expired, hit a pair of free throws to send West Virginia to the win. Williams pulled down a game-high 12 rebounds and Staten handed out 12 assists. Jonathan Holton added 15 points and eight boards for the Mountaineers (16-3, 4-2 Big 12). TCU (14-5, 1-5) received a game-high 22 points from Kyan Anderson, but it was his foul that sent Carter to the line for the winning free throws. Charles Hill Jr. chipped in 13 points and Kenrich Williams and Amric Fields each contributed 11. Chase Connors 3-pointer with nine minutes to play in the second half extended West Virginias lead to 58-50, but the Horned Frogs went on an 8-0 run to draw even for the first time in the second half. Hills triple cut their deficit to four, and a pull-up jumper from Chris Washburn tied the game with 6:23 left. After the teams traded leads several times late in regulation, Zeigler penetrated and hit a jumper to put TCU up 72-70 with eight seconds to play. At the other end, Miles fought through contact and had just enough on his layup to tie the game. Zeigler almost found Anderson streaking into the frontcourt with a long inbounds pass, but it ended up out of bounds to give the Mountaineers one more chance. Devin Williams received the ball in the paint, but missed the layup as time expired. Karviar Shepherds dunk on the first possession of OT gave the Frogs an early advantage, and they led by as many as five when Anderson hit a 3-pointer with 1:20 to go to make the score 80-75. Miles first triple of overtime pulled West Virginia within 82-81 with 30 seconds left, and Kenrich Williams only hitting 1-of-2 from the line at the other end gave the Mountaineers life before Miles go-ahead trey. Devin Williams dunk with a little more than two minutes to go in the first half gave West Virginia its largest lead of the game at 34-25. The Horned Frogs went into the locker room on a 10-2 run, however, to trail 36-35 at the break. Anderson scored eight of those points, including a 3-pointer from just inside halfcourt before the shot clock expired. Game Notes West Virginia swept the season series and is now 6-0 all-time against TCU ... The Frogs have lost 28 straight road games against ranked opponents ... West Virginia shot just 40.8 percent ... West Virginias rifle team was presented with its national championship rings during the game ... The Mountaineers travel to Kansas State on Tuesday, while TCU returns home to face Kansas on Wednesday. Adidas NMD Kopen . The third-seeded Bouchard, from Westmount, Que., was coming off a semifinal appearance at the French Open. She took the opening set before the unseeded American came back for the 2-6, 6-3, 6-3 victory. Adidas NMD Dames Outlet . CEO Steve Koonin on Tuesday told the Hawks flagship radio station that he made the decision to discipline Ferry but allowed him to keep his job managing the team. He did not say what the punishment was, but noted that he relied on a law firms three-month investigation of Ferry and him describing Deng as someone who has a little African in him. http://www.nmdbelgie.com/kopen-adidas-nmd-dames-sale/nmd-R1-dames.html . So it was understandable if he was a little shaky early in his return to the Texas Rangers rotation. He spent most of the outing searching for his best stuff, but still managed to shut down the struggling Minnesota Twins offence.BOISBRIAND, Que. -- Danick Martel, Samuel Hodhod and Nikita Jevpalovs each scored twice as the Blainville-Boisbriand Armada toppled the Gatineau Olympiques 6-4 on Sunday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action. Martel also had a pair of assists for Blainville-Boisbriand (26-6-7), which remains the top club in the QMJHL, and now leads his team with 42 points in 38 games played. Frank Schumacher, Derek Sheppard, Taylor Burke and Marc Beckstead scored for the Olympiques (24-14-1). Etienne Marcoux stopped 35 shots for the Armada while Anthony Brodeur turned aside 26-of-31 shots for Gatineau. Both clubs went 1 for 8 on the power play. --- TITAN 4 ISLANDERS 0 BATHURST, N.B. -- Alexandros Soumakis scored twice and Jacon Brennan made 35 saves as the Titan blanked Charlottetown. Christophe Boivin and Scott Oke also scored for Acadie-Bathurst (15-20-4) while Matthew Boudreau chipped in with three assists. Guillaume Riox-Legault was a team-worst minus-3 for the Islanders (15-20-5) and Alexis Pepin led his club with six shots on net. Eric Brassard turned aside 36-of-40 shots for Charlottetown. --- SEA DOGS 2 WILDCATS 1 MONCTON, N.B. -- Kelly Bents goal at 14:09 of the second period stood up as the winner as Saint John halted the Wildcats nine-game win streak. Spencer Smallman opened the scoring for the Sea Dogs (10-24-3) at 12:37 of the first period and Bailey Webster assisted on both of his clubs goals. Christophe Lalonde scored for Moncton (21-18-2), ruining Sebastien Augers shutout bid with 18 seconds remaining in the game. Auger made 30 saves for Saint John as Alex Dubeau stopped 22-of-24 shots for the Wildcats. --- SAGUENEENS 3 DRAKKAR 0 CHICOUTIMI, Que.-- Domenic Graham kicked out 41 shots for his second-career shutout as the Sagueneens handed Baie-Comeau its third loss in a row. Simon Tremblay had a goal and an assist for Chicoutimi (20-19-1) and Sebastien Sylvestre and Jasmin Boutet each scored once. Graham was his busiest in the second period when the Drakkar put 18 shots at him, compared to just three shots on net for the Sagueneens. Baie-Comeaus (24-11-4) Simon Lemieux turned aside 20-of-23 shots in a losing cause. --- VOLTIGEURS 5 PHOENIX 3 DRUMMONDVILLE, Que. -- Frederick Gaudreau scored twice and Jerome Verrer tacked on two assists as the Voltigeurs extended their win streak to seven games by downing Sherbrooke. Matthew Boudens,, Joey Ratelle and Christophe Lalancette each had a goal and an assist for Drummondville (26-11-2). Adidas NMD R2 Heren. . Jason Houde had two goals and an assist for the Phoenix (13-23-4), who have dropped four straight contests, and Alexandre Sills had a goal and an assist. Joe Fleschler made 14 saves for the Voltigeurs while Francis Desrosiers stopped 38-of-43 shots for Sherbrooke. --- HUSKIES 3 FOREURS 2 ROUYN-NORANDA, Que. -- Mathieu Lemay broke a 2-2 tie at 19:23 of the third period with a power-play goal as the Huskies slipped past Val-dOr. Alexandre Leclerc and Jean-Sebastien Dea also scored for Rouyn-Noranda (23-10-5), which is 4-0-2 in its last six outings. The Foreurs (26-13-1) got goals from Nicolas Aube-Kubel and Anthony Beauregard. Alexandre Belanger made 21 saves for the Huskies as Val-dOrs Keven Bouchard stopped 30-of-33 shots in defeat. --- TIGRES 5 CATARACTES 0 VICTORIAVILLE, Que. -- Brandon Whitney made 22 saves for his ninth-career shutout as the Tigres crushed Shawinigan. Carl Marois and Angelo Miceli each had a goal and an assist for Victoriaville (15-17-6) while Jonathan Diaby, Samuel Blais and Ross Johnston added a goal apiece. Maxime Lagace stopped 31-of-35 shots for the Cataractes (9-27-3). Shawinigans Simon Boudreau was given a game misconduct at 12:33 of the second period for checking from behind. --- SCREAMING EAGLES 5 MOOSEHEADS 4 SYDNEY, N.S. -- Clarke Bishop scored twice in the third period as Cape Breton came from behind to defeat Halifax and snap its four-game slide. Charles-Eric Legare had a goal and two assists for the Screaming Eagles (20-16-3), who trailed 3-2 after 40 minutes, while Jeremy Beaudry and Kyle Farrell scored the others. Andrew Schefelt had a pair of goals for the Mooseheads (24-15-1) and MacKenzie Weegar and Vincent Watt each scored once. Alex Bureau made 29 saves for Cape Breton as Kevin Darveau turned away 22-of-27 shots for Halifax. --- OCEANIC 3 REMPARTS 2 (SO) RIMOUSKI, Que. -- Dominic Beauchemin scored the winner as the Oceanic downed Quebec in a shootout. Tyler Boland and Alexis Loiseau scored in regulation for Rimouski (22-11-7). Anthony Duclair forced overtime for the Remparts (20-11-8) with a goal at 19:50 of the third period and Kurt Etchegary scored the other. Zachary Fortin made 22 saves for the Oceanic as Quebecs Francois Brassard turned aside 40 shots in defeat. ' ' '

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