Carleton, Brown have career nights, Lynx beat Liberty 92-66

first_img SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE Last Updated: 6th August, 2020 07:05 IST Carleton, Brown Have Career Nights, Lynx Beat Liberty 92-66 Bridget Carleton scored a career-high 25 points, Lexie Brown had a season-high 15 points and career-best seven steals, and the Minnesota Lynx beat the New York Liberty 93-66 on Wednesday night LIVE TV COMMENT Written Bycenter_img First Published: 6th August, 2020 07:05 IST Bridget Carleton scored a career-high 25 points, Lexie Brown had a season-high 15 points and career-best seven steals, and the Minnesota Lynx beat the New York Liberty 93-66 on Wednesday night.Minnesota won without Sylvia Fowles, who sat out to rest her calf. The Lynx were also missing Shenise Johnson to an injury.Brown was making her first appearance since suffering a concussion.Amanda Zahui B. led New York (0-5) with 13 points. The Liberty announced earlier in the day that Sabrina Ionescu had gone to New York to get her ankle injury evaluated.The Lynx (4-1) shot 51% percent from the field and hit 10 of 21 from 3-point range. They held the Liberty without a field goal for nearly nine minutes during a 20-1 third-quarter run that turned Minnesota’s two-point halftime deficit into a 24-point lead when Carleton made a basket with 1:33 left in the period.Image credits: AP Associated Press Television News FOLLOW USlast_img read more

Wellington/Sumner County CrimeStoppers offering $500 cash reward

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Shropshire’s Williams is England’s champion golf captain

first_img12 Aug 2015 Shropshire’s Williams is England’s champion golf captain Shropshire’s Malcolm Williams is England’s champion golf captain – claiming the title a year after he almost gave up the game.“I was thinking about giving up because I was so bad,” remembered Williams (image © Leaderboard Photography), who was the 2007 captain at Worfield Golf Club.The turning point came at the 2014 final of the England Golf Captains’ tournament when his caddy made a couple of suggestions which, he said, “made a tremendous difference to my game.”He confirmed it today in the 2015 final at Frilford Heath Golf Club, Oxfordshire, when he added 40 points to his opening 35 and won the championship by a point.“This means an awful lot, especially when there are so many captains taking part from all over the country,” said Williams.“I wasn’t expecting it all. Yesterday 35 points wasn’t really anywhere, but 40 points today made a big difference,” added the 16-handicapper.“I was just very steady, nothing dramatic, but it all seemed to come together.”The runner-up on 74 points was Martin Wainman from Wychwood Park, Cheshire; while third place was taken by Alan Brack of Crook, Durham, who had 73 points.The final was played as part of the new Golf Week, a five-day festival run by England Golf to celebrate team and handicap players.Click here for full scores.last_img read more