Cumberland Times-News

October 4, 2013

Sports Roundup - 10/04/13


Cumberland Times-News

Fort Hill-Central directions provided

ROARING SPRING, Pa. — The following directions to Roaring Spring Football Field, Fairview Avenue, Roaring Spring, Pa., site of tonight’s Fort Hill at Central football game, have been provided by Fort Hill High School:

Take I-99 to Exit 23 (Roaring Spring/Portage Exit). Follow Route 36 South towards Roaring Spring. After passing New Enterprise Lime and Stone, bear right on Route 867 South. Proceed 1.0 miles on 867 South until turning left onto Fairview Avenue. Continue two city blocks. The football field is at the top of the hill on the right about five miles from the high school

Gates open at 5:15 p.m.

Brady, St. Mary’s

beat BW golfers


MERCERSBURG, Pa. — Max Brady shot a nine-hole low round of 37 to lead St. James over Bishop Walsh on Tuesday at the Whitetail Golf Course.

St. James finished with 169 and Bishop Walsh scored 189 in its final match of the season.

Lucas McGill led the Spartans with a 42.

WVU’s Trickett

to get start

against Baylor


MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia quarterback Clint Trickett will make his second straight start one week after hurting his throwing arm.

West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen made the announcement on his statewide radio show Thursday night.

Trickett threw for 309 yards and a touchdown in his first start for the Mountaineers in a 30-21 win last week against No. 21 Oklahoma State.

Trickett was intercepted twice but led West Virginia on two late scoring drives that resulted in field goals.

Holgorsen wanted see how Trickett and two other quarterbacks performed in practice this week.

Ford Childress and Paul Millard have started two games apiece for the Mountaineers (3-2, 1-0 Big 12), who play the 17th-ranked Bears (3-0, 0-0) on Saturday night.

UConn lifts

suspension


of senior center

STORRS, Conn. (AP) — Connecticut center Tyler Olander has been reinstated to the men’s basketball team a little more than a week after drunken driving charges against him were dropped.

The 6-foot-10 forward practiced with the Huskies on Thursday afternoon.

Olander was pulled over while driving a friend’s car just after 11 p.m. on Sept. 7. A motorist reported he was making “several jerky steering maneuvers” near the UConn campus in Storrs.

An officer on the scene arrested Olander after he failed a field sobriety test, but two breath tests showed he was not drunk.

Olander pleaded guilty to driving without a license and was fined $75 as part of a plea deal.

Coach Kevin Ollie says Olander has demonstrated an added level of responsibility and maturity since being suspended, and has done well in the classroom.