Frankfort, Ind., — Frankfort High School boys varsity basketball team has a home conference contest against Western Boone High School on Feb. 6.
Tuesday’s match-up is at 7:00 PM EST, with Royce King, Kyente Bryson, and Ashley Crawford as your crew of officials.
Location: Frankfort High School, 1 S. Maish Rd., Frankfort, IN 46041
The visiting Stars of Western Boone (7-9, 3-3 SAC) under the direction of Head Coach Bronson Lickliter, are coming off a 61-47 victory over fellow Sagamore Athletic Conference opponent, Crawfordsville. Juniors Patrick Shallenberger and Lucas Morton led the scoring effort with 12 and 11 points, respectively.
Frankfort (5-12, 1-3 SAC) fell to Danville on Thursday (Feb. 1), 76-53. The Hotdogs were led by seniors Malik King and Damon Moore, with 11 points each. Alex Siegfried added 10 points in the loss. Looking to put the loss behind them, Head Coach Nate VanDuyne and the Hotdogs return to their home floor Tuesday as they host Western Boone.
Follow Frankfort Athletics and Western Boone for updates on this match-up.
River Forest, Ill., — The Buccaneers of Beloit College visit the Stars of Dominican University (DU) at Igini Sports Forum in River Forest, Illinois for NCAA DIII women’s hoops.
Game time is set for 7:00 PM CT, with John Mariani, Royce King, and Nadia Bibbs as your crew of officials.
The Bucs (2-7, 1-3 MWC) coached by Gloria Bradley, look to improve on the road before returning home to face the Spartans of Manchester University. Beloit is led in scoring by junior Shelby Kline with 15.2 ppg.
Dominican (4-4, 1-3 NACC) is led by sophomore Timiya Ray with 14.4 ppg as the Stars look to kickoff a two game home slate, with a victory heading into the holiday break. The Stars are coached by Gabby Johnson.
View tonight’s game live here or follow Dominican University Athletics and Beloit Athletics for updates.
Tonight at 8:00 p.m. ET, the Chicago Sky (10-16) host the San Antonio Stars (6-21) in their third and final match-up of the regular season.
The two squads have split this season series 1-1, with the Stars winning the last meeting back on June 30, 89-82. Recently, the Stars have found a spark winning three games in a row as they shoot to earn a fourth on the road tonight. In the team’s most recent victory over Seattle, San Antonio was led by rookie Kelsey Plum with 23 points in the overtime win. Kayla McBride added 17, while Dearica Hamby and Alex Montgomery tallied 15 points each.
The Sky who have won two games straight are hoping to continue their success at home as they face Los Angeles and Seattle this weekend at Allstate Arena. In their 91-86 victory over Atlanta, Courtney Vandersloot, this weeks Eastern Conference Player of the Week, led Chicago with 26 points, 10 assists, and 7 rebounds. Stefanie Dolson and Allie Quigley finished with 18 and 15 points, respectively.
Tune in to tonight’s contest on ESPN 3.
Call RKS Insider Glynnis King at (317) 565-3875.