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first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailEPHRAIM, Utah-Despite eight lead changes throughout the game, Salt Lake C.C. outlasted Snow College down the stretch to take an 81-72 victory in Ephraim on Saturday. The Badgers connected on five-of-15 three-point attempts (56 percent) to keep things close in the first half, but managed only 1-of-6 attempts in the second half. The Badgers led by as many as five points in the first half.Sophomore Brayden Johnson and freshman Tredyn Chirstensen combined for 34 points, including 17 points each in the loss. Christensen was credited with his first double-double of the season, recording 11 rebounds, in addition to his 17 points. Brantzen Blackner was also credited with double-digits, scoring 12 points on 4-of-8 shooting from the field. Blacker also grabbed six rebounds in the game.Now 1-1 in conference play, Snow College will take to the road for a three-game road trip, beginning on Thursday, January 16 at Colorado Northwestern. Game time against the Spartans begins at 7 p.m. in Rangely, Colo. Tags: Brantzen Blackner/Brayden Johnson/SLCC Men’s Basketball/Snow Basketball/Tredyn Christensen January 13, 2020 /Sports News – Local Bruins Outlast Badgers in SWAC Showdown Written by Brad Jameslast_img read more

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first_img(REUTERS) – World heavyweight champion Andy Ruiz Jr has said he fulfilled a lifelong dream when he triumphed over Britain’s Anthony Joshua in June and he would “die trying” to defend his belts in the title rematch in Saudi Arabia tomorrow.Mexican-American Ruiz produced one of boxing’s biggest upsets when he dethroned the previously undefeated world champion Joshua, with a seventh-round stoppage at New York’s Madison Square Garden.“I have been doing this since I was six and it is finally paying off,” Ruiz told the BBC. “There is no way I am going to let these belts go, I will die trying. “It has been a roller-coaster and now that I made the dreams come true, there is no way I will let these go.”Joshua has trimmed down ahead of the second WBA, IBF and WBO title showdown with an eye on taking the contest deep into the latter rounds, saying he expects a “marathon, not a sprint”.The Briton has also been taking advice on his training regime and diet from former world heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko in his bid to reclaim the title at the fight dubbed the ‘Clash on the Dunes’. “I may be less than 17 stone (107.95 kg),” Joshua said. “I’m punching loose and heavy – rhythm and flow.“Before, I was trying to bench-press a house. I used my body to get where I needed but then I started realising the sweet science of the sport. I am punching like a horse kicking backwards right now.”Ruiz, however, said he would not ‘underestimate’ Joshua and that he had his own strategies to counter the former Olympic champion. “I know he lost weight and that he will try and box me around,” Ruiz added. “So it’s my job to prevent that.“(In the June bout) I was the one who had the strength, the one backing him up. When I jabbed I pushed him away.” Joshua believes this will not be the last time the two fight each other and predicted a third bout in the future if Ruiz was up for it.“This ain’t going to be the last time I see Ruiz in the ring,” Joshua said. “We make for good fights. “I think there’s definitely gonna be a knockout and that is what people want to see, bloodshed and knockouts.”last_img read more