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Jennings County Color Guard donates toys

first_imgThe Jennings County Color Guard donated toys to hospitalized children at Schneck Medical Center over the holidays.The toys were given to the children on December 19 by color guard members.Since 2003, the Jennings County Color Guard has been a self-funded extracurricular group.Each member must conduct fundraisers for equipment, travel, and special events like this.last_img

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N.C. State scores fewest points by ranked team in shot-clock era in loss to Virginia Tech

first_imgMORE: Scottie Pippen calls Duke’s Zion Williamson the best NBA prospect since Michael Jordan The Hokies led 20-14 at the half, the fewest combined points in a half in PNC Arena history. For comparison, the Wolfpack scored 23 points in the first half of their 66-65 overtime loss to No. 3 Virginia on Tuesday. Here are a few other ignominious records N.C. State set in its loss:(12)Virginia Tech defeats (23)NC State, 47-24.NC State’s 24 points are the fewest by a ranked team in the shot clock era.NC State’s 24 points are their fewest in a game since beating Duke, 12-10, in the ACC Tournament in 1968 – the lowest-scoring game in ACC history.— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) February 2, 2019NC State’s 24 points are the fewest scored by a D-I team in any game this decade.https://t.co/OOv8tn1y7x— John Gasaway (@JohnGasaway) February 2, 2019NC State’s 24 points scored were the fewest by a Division 1 team in a conference game since 2008.— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) February 2, [email protected] looked it up. The fewest points NC State has scored in the shot clock era is 36 against Princeton on Nov. 12, 1997. Wolfpack lost that game 38-36.NC State finished with 24 points against Virginia Tech [email protected] and I are available for 30 for 30 interviews.— Joe Ovies (@joeovies) February 2, 2019NC State’s 24 points are the fewest by an ACC team in the shot-clock era. Georgia Tech had 28 against Virginia in 2015— Joe Giglio (@jwgiglio) February 2, 2019It definitely wasn’t the performance Wolfpack fans were hoping for. N.C. State had a rough go on Saturday in a 47-24 loss to Virginia Tech in Raleigh, N.C.The No. 23 Wolfpack (16-6, 4-5 ACC) were historically bad on offense against the No. 12 Hokies (18-3, 7-2 ACC). N.C. State shot just 16.7 percent (9 of 54) from the floor and 7.1 percent from 3-point range (2 of 28).last_img read more

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