GLENVILLE — Aside from scoring his 1,000th career point here Saturday night at Glenville State College’s Waco Center, Williamstown’s Cullen Cutright had game-highs of 24 points and 10 rebounds to help lead the No. 8 Yellowjackets to an 83-62 victory versus Braxton County in the Little Kanawha Conference Night of Champions consolation affair.,SUMMERSVILLE — Wood County Christian capped its 2018-19 season on a winning note, defeating Mercer Christian 56-54 Saturday in a West Virginia Christian Athletic Tournament consolation game.,WELLSTON, Ohio — After beating Fairfield Union twice in the regular season, Warren High fell to the Falcons 38-30 in a Division II sectional final Saturday at Wellston High School.,Warren (11-9) mustered just two points in the first quarter and trailed 10-2 after eight minutes.,GLENVILLE — Gilmer County escaped with a 53-52 win over Doddridge County Saturday in a sectional tournament opener.

The Stanley County Buffaloes basketball team, fresh off a loss to the Todd County Falcons the previous night, faced the Mobridge-Pollock Tigers at Parkview Gymnasium in Fort Pierre on Tuesday night.,Buff coach Max Foth told the Capital Journal that Tuesday’s win was a great one for his team.,The Buffs were led by senior forward Brady Hoftiezer, who had a team high 25 points and six rebounds.,Speaking of Tigers, the Buffs will face the White River Tigers (14-2, no. 1 in Region 7B and no. 1 in Class B) on Thursday night at Parkview Gymnasium in Fort Pierre.,The high powered Tigers have scored 90 points or more four times this season, including two 100 point games.

The Stanley County Buffaloes wrestling team took to the mat on Saturday for the Holland Invitational in Howard.,As a team, the Buffs placed fourth out of 11 teams, finishing the tournament with 131 team points.,Canton won the Holland Invitational with 240.5 team points, which was around 100 team points better than Howard, who took second place.,Junior Isaac Cliff, sophomore Sydney Tubbs, freshman Levi Stover and eighth grader Nathaniel Nelson each placed fourth.,Full Results for Stanley County Buffs wrestlers at Holland Invitational in Howard

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In addition to every trust agreeing objectives for representation of BME staff in selection panels, disciplinaries etc, we must implement equality and diversity initiatives that the evidence base demonstrates are most effective in reducing discrimination.,This includes raising awareness of the critical role of allies from groups who change culture by speaking up when they see BME staff or patients being ignored, treated with incivility, spoken over or otherwise subjected to the weathering micro-interactions which corrode the values of compassion and inclusion.,A focus on setting goals for increasing inclusion and compassion while reducing discrimination at individual, team and organisational level is likely to achieve culture change.,Changing culture also involves raising awareness among all staff and patients of the subtler aspects of discrimination that are more difficult to identify and change such as repeated negative but not overtly racist ‘humour’ directed at BME staff and patients.,Compassionate leaders who focus on the vision of caring for patients reinforce the fundamental altruism and intrinsic motivation of NHS staff, thereby indirectly making discrimination less likely and increasing the likelihood of innovation.

Curry led the Warriors with 28 points, Durant added 24 and Golden State won its seventh in a row and sixth straight on the road.,With Cousins finally in the lineup, Golden State became the first team in 42 years to start five All-Stars from the previous season.,Cousins missed his first shot but came right back with a one-handed slam off Durant's bounce pass for the Warriors' first basket.,The Warriors took their first double-digit lead in the first four minutes of the third when the Clippers missed their initial six shots.,Golden State opened on a 14-2 run with five different players scoring, including a basket by Cousins before getting his fourth foul, to go up 66-53.

The Pierre T.F. Riggs Governors basketball team returned to Riggs Gymnasium in Pierre on Friday night for the first time since December for a game against the Mitchell Kernels.,Junior forward Garrett Stout hit a runner in the lane with around three seconds left on the clock to win the game for the Govs 52-50.,The Govs were led by senior forward Jack Maher who had a game high 18 points and ten rebounds.,The Govs (3-4) break a four game losing streak with the win.,They also got a little revenge on the Kernels, who defeated the Govs 45-44 in Mitchell last February on a buzzer beater to end a 42 game losing streak.

Zach Rasile had another career night for McDonald, leading the Blue Devils with 52 points, beating the previous school record of 51.,Maplewood was led by Hunter Bates with 20 points, including four 3-pointers.,Jordan Zupko scored 26 points and Austin Governor added 23 for Mineral Ridge.,Mineral Ridge’s Alexa Harkins led all scorers with 27 points, including three 3-pointers.,Marlington led 30-20 at halftime, but West Branch held the Dukes to four points each in the third and fourth quarters.

The Dallas Cowboys will play in their 63rd postseason game, the most in NFL history, when they face the Los Angeles Rams in an NFC Divisional Playoff on Saturday at 7:15 p.m.,Dec. 19, 1976 - Rams won 14-12, NFC Divisional

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It came down to the wire, but the Los Angeles Chargers and Eaton's Austin Ekeler survived to advance on Sunday in the National Football League playoffs.,Not only did Ekeler – an undrafted free agent from Western Colorado State in 2017 — arrive at the game in this splashy shirt but he had 43 yards from scrimmage — rushing and receiving.,Ekeler, after a standout career at Western from 2013-17, found his way to Los Angeles after the 2017 NFL Draft.,This season, Ekeler had 958 yards from scrimmage with six touchdowns this season including one TD last week in the season finale in Denver in front of family and friends.,He tweeted a photo on Sunday morning, hours before the Chargers' win and last week Ekeler talked about his journey to the NFL in a conversation with national sports radio host Jim Rome.

The Guelph Storm made its second big trade of the day Saturday afternoon, acquiring defenceman Markus Phillips from the Owen Sound Attack.,In exchange the Storm sends the Attack six draft picks, one of them conditional: second round 2019 (compensatory), second round 2020 (Mississauga), third round 2021 (Erie), second round 2022 (North Bay), third round 2024 (Guelph) and fourth round 2023 (Guelph, conditional).,Phillips, a six-foot, 194-pound defenceman from Toronto, was the first defenceman taken in the 2015 OHL Priority Selection, ninth overall.,He was drafted by the NHL's Los Angeles Kings in the fourth round (118th overall) in the 2017 NHL Entry Draft.,He is expected to play Sunday when the Storm hosts the North Bay Battalion at 2 p.m.