Chattanooga beats Appalachian State 91-88 in OT

Chattanooga beats Appalachian State 91-88 in OT

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (AP) Z. Mason posted 23 points and 11 rebounds, and Chattanooga edged Appalachian State 91-88 in overtime Thursday in a Southern Conference game.

Dontay Hampton came off the bench for 22, Ronrice White nailed 9 of 10 free throws for 17 points and Drazen Zlovaris had 10.

Appalachian State (7-9, 3-2) led 60-42 with 8:48 remaining but Chattanooga outscored the Mountaineers 33-15 over the next 7 minutes to cut the deficit to 77-75. Mason capped the spurt with a 3-pointer and layup and Hampton's 3-pointer with 18 seconds showing sent the game into OT.

The teams battled to the game's fourth tie, 85-85, in overtime, but Mason hit a layup and Appalachian State went just 1 for 4 over the final 2 minutes as Chattanooga (8-10, 3-2) pulled away. White hit four free throws over the final 22 seconds.

Nathan Healy had 22 points and 10 boards for Appalachian State.

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Baltimore Ravens Roundup: Steve Bisciotti donates $100,000 to rebuilding historically black churches

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Baltimore Ravens Roundup: Steve Bisciotti donates $100,000 to rebuilding historically black churches

One more week of the NFL offseason in the books. Here's the latest Baltimore Ravens news.

Player/Team Notes:

1. Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti donated $100,000 to help rebuilding efforts for three historically black churches in the Louisiana area that recently burned down by an alleged arsonists. An effort led by former tight end Benjamin Watson, Bisciotti reached out to him Sunday committing his donation. 

2. The GOAT gene has transferred from Justin Tucker to his son, Easton. The kicker posted a video on his Instagram Thursday of the little guy kicking a (mini) field goal right down the middle, just like his dad. 

Looking Ahead:

April 19: Deadline for restricted free agents to sign offer sheets

April 25-27: 2019 NFL Draft in Nashville, Tn.

May 3-6 or May 10-13: Potential three-day rookie mini camp

The 2019 NFL schedule is set!  See the Baltimore Ravens defend the AFC North at M&T Bank Stadium this season. Get your tickets now at www.BaltimoreRavens.com/tickets.



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3 things to watch as the Nationals head to Miami for the first time in 2019

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3 things to watch as the Nationals head to Miami for the first time in 2019

The Washington Nationals wrapped up their series with the San Francisco Giants by winning the final two contests to take the series. Now their sights turn back toward their division and the Miami Marlins for a three-game tilt. Here are three things to watch for:

  1. Negotiations between Anthony Rendon and the Nationals opened back up this week in their six-game homestand. How will the Nats third baseman take the added noise? He was 3-for-11, both hits being singles, in the two games following. Before the Giants series started he was batting .400 with a 1.333 OPS.
  2. From the lead-off spot Adam Eaton has been doing damage to opposing pitchers in a short amount of time. While still early, he's at .319 on the year and getting base knocks in the opening innings. Five of his 22 hits are from the first at-bat of the game to go with three walks. Getting the young pitchers rattled early in Miami will allow them to jump out to early leads. 
  3. This year's Marlins are putting up the 2018 Baltimore Orioles numbers. Through 19 games they have four wins. Two in their past 15. They've scored the fewest runs (48) in MLB. They're bad and a couple of innings pitched against the Marlins might just be what the Nats bullpen needs.  

 The game broadcast will be at 7:10 PM ET on 106.7 the Fan and MASN2.