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Tuesday, January 14, 2014
Here’s Your WHPO Sports Report….


Chargers offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt has accepted an offer to become the next coach of the Tennessee Titans. 


The Bulls lost to the Wizards 102 – 88…their first loss in 6 games since the Luol Deng trade. 

College Basketball…

Arizona and Syracuse remain Nos. 1 and 2 in The Associated Press poll for a sixth straight week, but changes took place after that, as six newcomers joined the Top 25 on Monday. 

After 11 ranked teams lost at least one game, the changes started at No. 3, where Wisconsin moved up one spot to replace Ohio State, which lost two games and fell to 11th.
Michigan State was fourth, and Wichita State, Villanova, Florida, Iowa State, Oklahoma State and San Diego State rounded out the top 10.    Illinois fell out of the top 25 after losing to Wisconsin and Northwestern last week.

top 10…

#2 Syracuse beat Boston College 69 – 59

#15 Kansas beat #8 Iowa State in Big 12 action 77 – 70

HS Girls Basketball….

Hoopeston Area beat Oakwood 42 – 28.  Haley Dixon led the Lady Cornjerkers with 12 points.  Shelby Holzinger had 11 pts and 11 rebounds.  Tori Smock added 10 points for HA.

Jessica Hall and Brooke Walsh both finished with double-doubles on Monday night as the Bismarck-Henning girls basketball team won its sixth straight Vermilion Valley Conference contest with a 53-44 victory over the Georgetown-Ridge Farm Buffaloes. Hall and Walsh combined for 31 points and 23 rebounds in the Blue Devils victory.
Armstrong-Potomac beat Westville 56 – 39.  Morgan Zinders had 5 3-points for the Trojans

That’s Sports…..I’m Kevin Jett


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