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Drummond Mangakahia lead No 12 Orange women by Towson

SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Miranda Drummond and Tiana Mangakahia had double-doubles and No. 12 Syracuse rolled to a 98-55 win over Towson on Sunday.Digna Strautmane led the Orange (7-2) with 19 points. Drummond had 15 points and 10 rebounds and Mangakahia 13 points and 12 assists. Gabrielle Cooper and reserve Maeva Djaldi-Tabdi each added 15 points.Kionna Jeter had 19 points for the Tigers (3-4), who last played Syracuse in 1977.Syracuse held Towson to 28 per cent shooting and forced 30 turnovers that were turned into 31 points. Janeen Camp added 10.Syracuse only led 23-17 after one quarter as Jeter had 11 points. The Orange had 32 points in the second quarter to push the lead to 52-29. Syracuse went 13 of 16 from the foul line, Towson had 12 points in the quarter and 11 turnovers.The Associated Press read more

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Hungary Hardfought victory for Pick Szeged in Orosháza

ancsinbajuszbaldabaloghdukiclarholmmazicoroshazapribanicSzeged Only a few days after top match against MKB Veszprém, Pick Szeged had to face Orosháza who are trying to flee from relegation. It was difficult for the players to ‘get in the mood’ after losing on wednesday.The home team (among others) consisted of talented right wing from Szeged, Ákos Balda an the best Pick Szeged left back of the last 50 years, living legend Sándor Bajusz, who is near the end of his active career. Pick’s job was also made difficult by the fact that Hungarian international right-back Gábor Ancsin was unable to play due to injury.As expected the highly motivated home team cheered by their enthusiastic supporters started the match at a fast pace, while Szeged players seemed tired and were unable to find the right rhythm.  Pick made far too many mistakes in defence which is why the match was a draw at half-time (16-16). The home team lead by 1-2 goals even in the 40th minute. After that Pick switched to higher gear and immediately took the initiative and the difference began to grow. The match ended 31-35. The local team’s coach was satisfied with his team’s performance and the best scorer of the match Ákos Balda. In Pick less-frequently used players had the chance to prove themselves.Best scorers: Balda (8), Dukic, Mazic (6-6) / Balogh, Pribanic (7-7), Larholm (6)Text: Gábor Várkonyi, Péter ButtyPhoto: www.szeged.hu ← Previous Story Slovenia: Celje PL wins 16th Cup trophy! Next Story → Bundesliga (Round 23): THW Kiel blasts SC Magdeburg to become “tabellenführer” read more