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Sueterrica Key has hit the “trifecta.”
• State championship in Class C girls’ basketball for the Louisiana High School Athletic Association.
• Most Outstanding Player in the state title game.
• And now, the Most Outstanding Player for her class for the season.
For the sharp-shooting guard who wrecked defenses with her point production during the 2012-13 playoffs, it doesn’t get much better than this for Key.
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — Shaquielle McKissic took a rough road to Arizona State.
On Saturday, in the Sun Devils’ 97-55 rout of Grambling State, he gave a hint of the kind of talent he can bring.
McKissic scored a season-high 19 points, including 3 of 3 3-pointers, in just 19 minutes on the court. Overall, he made six of eight shots.
No, that’s not an “aircraft carrier” landing on The Karl Malone Court tonight.
But size-wise, and to Head Coach Teresa Weatherspoon, Louisiana Tech University’s opponent in women’s basketball is worthy of such a comparison.
In talking about LSU (8-3) — the Tigers provide the opposition in a 7:15 p.m. tipoff at the Thomas Assembly Center — “Spoon” uses such adjectives as “aggressive and big.
Jessica Kuster and Christal Porter both recorded double doubles to lead the Rice Owls to a 61-56 win over Louisiana Tech Saturday night in Conference USA action at the Thomas Assembly Center.
Tech (8-18, 3-10 C-USA) couldn’t overcome a frigid shooting night that saw it hit only 28 percent (17-60) of its field goals, including only four-of-20 with the game on the line down the stretch.
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