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is a game where I don think you have to hype it up for our guys or their guys, Brown said. think both teams will definitely be ready to go. We could possibly see them again in the conference tournament and we could possibly seem them again in a regional tournament. This is a big game but there is still a lot of season left. Tonight marks the second time this year these two teams met with the first meeting way back on Dec. 5 in Odessa where UTPB hammered the Buffs in the first half building a 20 point lead at 53 33, then held on for the win at 106 100.

Expect another fast paced game tonight with UTPB ranked atop the LSC in scoring at 89.9 points per game, while the Buffs sit at 88.5 points per game.

UTPB offense is fueled by the reigning LSC player of the year in senior Daeshon Francis who leads the conference scoring race at 20.8 points per game. Francis is joined in the backcourt by 6 1 senior guard James McPherson who averaged 16.5 points per game and lit up the Buffs for 31 points in the first meeting.

UTPB also owns the leading rebounder in the LSC in Sammy Allen at 11.7 boards per game.

West Texas counters with the No. 2 leading scorer in the league in senior guard David Chavlovich, who averages 19.9 points a game and is the all time leading scorer in WT history with more than 2,000 points. Chavlovich is joined in the backcout by senior Jordan Evans who is tied for 5th in the LSC scoring race with McPherson at 16.5 points per game and leads the LSC in 3 pointers made per game at four.

The Buffs feature inside the LSC second leading rebounder in Mr. Double Double in Ryan Quaid. The WT junior averages 11 rebounds per game and ranks ninth in the conference scoring race at 14.8 points per game.

is really, really good, Brown said. have a couple of monsters inside in Morris and (Zeldic) King who weigh like 280 pounds are tough to move. They have a couple points guard who are solid and then they have a shooter in McPherson. Then Daeshon Francis was the play of the year in the conference last year. He goes hard to the basket and we have to keep in front of him and we can foul him. are going to be ready or it could be a long night. said the memory of the last UTPB game, even though it 56 days ago, is fresh in the minds of the Buffs players.

biggest game of the year to date for us with No. 1 and No. 2 in the conference, Quaid said. wins this could decide hosting a regional. There is a lot of season left, obviously. But here at home we need to win. They are going to be gunning for us.

have to take good shots in this game. I think down there we were 1 for 16 on 3 pointers in the first half and we can afford to do that.

are really good. But a game like this is why you play. It hard to sleep the night before and the minute you wake up you wish it was game time. probable starters

Overall Record: 19 2 Lone Star Conference record: 9 2

Head coach: Tom Brown (4th year)

The Game: No. 9 University of Texas Permian Basin (18 2, 0 1) at No. 11 West Texas A Buffs (19 2, 9

On the air: The game will be on radio KPRF (98.7 FM) with Kent Johnson (play by play) an Luke Kinsey (color commentary).

The nearly two month wait is over tonight for West Texas A as showdown time arrives in the Lone Star Conference.
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Global fast food chain KFC is bidding to open its second restaurant in Carlisle.

The firm, which already operates a store in The Lanes Shopping Centre, has put forward plans to open a new drive through restaurant on the site of the former Esso petrol station known as Harraby Green service station off London Road.

A planning statement says that the construction phase of the project will see an investment of “circa 1.8m”, with about 140 direct construction jobs generated comprising around 90 on site and 50 off site positions.

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It adds: “The average KFC restaurant generates 77,000 per annum business rates.

The application comes just months after McDonald’s revealed plans to open a second drive through restaurant off London Road opposite the old Railway Inn pub and on the J And W Watt Ltd Goods Yard, next to Trevor Street.

A design and access statement, written by Leeds based HTC Architects and submitted as part of the application to Carlisle City Council, states: “The proposed KFC has a gross internal area of 285 sq m.

“The restaurant area will provide for 71 covers in a publicly accessible area of 72 sq m. There are to be 25 car parking spaces of which two will be for disabled users, three will be staff car spaces and two will be ‘grill bay’ spaces accesible only via the drive through lane.”
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The six new processors that came out today are the IntelCore i7 8700K, Core i7 8700, Core i5 8600K, Core i5 8400, Core i3 8350K and Core i3 8100. Intel has kept things simple by releasing only six parts and we like that there is a locked and unlocked sku option for each series.

The Intel Core i3 series now consists of true quad core parts that without Hyper Threading and Turbo Boost technology. Prices start at $117 for the Core i3 8100 and goes up to $168 for the Core i3 8350K unlocked processor.

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After the incident, felony weapons charges were filed Friday in Henry County Circuit Court against Mitchell B. Crocetta, 23, of Buda.

Mr. Crocetta was charged with two counts of Class 4 felony aggravated unlawful use of a weapon, Class A misdemeanors of carry/possess a firearm, possession of cannabis, and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon as well as Class C misdemeanor disorderly conduct.

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It ended on 13th Street and Craig Street when police forced his car to a stop. He got out running but ended up being killed after exchanging gunfire with the police.

“We hit the floor because we had no idea. And Steve goes Kelly get down. He goes, gun shots. They gun shots,” said Kelly Galvan who runs a bed and breakfast near the crime scene.

READ MORE: Pueblo man killed in OIS identified Tuesday

Now eight out of the 11 police officers on that watch are on administrative leave.

“It a huge impact for us,” said Capt. Kenny Rider with the Pueblo Police Department.

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As New York City’s famed Fighting Irish Regiment, the 165th, swung into parade action along Fifth Avenue, two huge Irish wolfhounds, complete with green blankets, set the pace in New York, March 17, 1956. The hounds, Patrick O’Brien, and Ch. McGillacuddy, appear as if parade is old hat to them they’re mascots of the regiment. An estimated 120,000 persons took part in the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade, the 120th anniversary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in America. The scene is at Fifth Avenue and 55th Street. (AP Photo/John Lindsay)

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Anne Maguire, center, spokesperson for the Irish Lesbian and Gay Organization, speaks to the press on the steps of the New York Public Library along Fifth Ave where she announced the group’s plans for the upcoming St. Patrick’s Day parade, Wednesday, March 15, 1995, New York. Irish American homosexuals vowed to hold a march protesting their exclusion from the parade, despite a federal judge’s refusal to grant them a permit for the demonstration. The parade will step off on New York’s Fifth Ave. Friday, March 17,
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Arrested and charged with second degree trademark counterfeiting were: Avinash Gayadat, 21, of Richmond Hill; Raymond Gillies, 61, of Laurelton; Allan Sanasse, 45, of Jamaica; Migues Ragoonath, 25, of South Ozone Park;
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Lawyers for the New Hampshire mystery woman who won a $559.7 million Powerball jackpot collected her winnings Wednesday while continuing the legal battle to keep her identity secret.

Shaheen immediately doled out $249,000 to two charities Girls Inc. and End 68 Hours of Hunger and promised there would be many millions donated to other charities in the future.

“She realizes how lucky she is,” Shaheen said. “My client doesn’t want any accolades, she doesn’t want any credit. She just wants to do good things.”

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More: $560M Powerball winner might get prize while suit over privacy rages on

More: Winner of $560 million lottery says she made a ‘huge mistake’

The woman won the Powerball drawing Jan. 6 after buying the ticket at Reeds Ferry Market, a convenience store in Merrimack. Shaheen said he would appeal if a New Hampshire judge rules that the woman’s name must be revealed.

State law requires release of a winner’s name and hometown. The state Attorney General’s Office said the real name of the woman, identified thus far only as Jane Doe, must be revealed because she signed her name on the back of the ticket.

Release of the names provides transparency and assures the public that winners aren’t associated with the lottery, the office said.

Shaheen’s law firm claimed in a lawsuit filed in January that by winning she joined a small demographic of jackpot winners that “has historically been victimized by the unscrupulous.” They say she made a “huge mistake” when she signed her real name on the back of the ticket before contacting them.

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LAKE OSWEGO, Ore. The parents of a Lake Oswego girl who broke her back after she slipped and fell on a snowy, icy walkway in 2016 are suing the Lake Oswego School District and the principal of Lakeridge High School for $1.7 million.

On January 5, 2016, Taylor Rockwood, then a 14 year old freshman at Lakeridge High School, slipped on a walkway on school grounds that was covered in snow, ice and slush. She fell on her back and buttocks and briefly lost consciousness.

When Rockwood regained consciousness, she complained of severe back pain and numbness and loss of feeling in her legs. A doctor later diagnosed Rockwood with a fracture of the L 1 vertebrae.

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The lawsuit also names Jennifer Schiele, the principal of Lakeridge High School, as a defendant. According to the lawsuit, Schiele responded quickly after Taylor’s fall and instructed her to stand.

When Taylor said she couldn’t and complained of pain in her back and numbness in her legs, Schiele had her moved into a wheelchair and wheeled inside the school, where she again instructed the girl to stand up and move. All of this was done before Taylor could be evaluated by medically trained personnel, and the lawsuit claims these actions “aggravated and exacerbated” Taylor’s injuries.

Taylor has undergone various treatments and medications since the injury, including steroid injections, physical therapy and oxycodone. She will be required to undergo back surgery for disc replacement or vertebrae infusion in the future, according to the lawsuit.

Taylor continues to suffer from chronic back pain and numbness in her legs and feet, among other maladies, according to the lawsuit. She also has trouble sleeping and suffers from anxiety and depression.

The lawsuit claims she has an increased susceptibility to arthritis and degenerative disc disease, and will have trouble the rest of her life with tasks such as sitting, driving, lifting, running and swimming. She will be limited physically, including in her ability to become pregnant and carry a baby to term.
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