Stephens ties school record for victories

Tuesday, February 20, 2007 | 12:00 a.m. CST; updated 1:15 a.m. CDT, Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Stephens College beat St. Louis College of Pharmacy, 81-60, Monday in St. Louis to tie the school record for wins in a season.

The Stars are 9-15 and have one game left in the season in Milwaukee.

The leading scorers for Stephens were Rachel Henderson, Ali Roper and Sabrina Manning who each had 10 points. Henderson also pulled down 12 rebounds for the Stars.

St. Louis College of Pharmacy’s Sandra Pratt scored 28 points to lead all scorers.

FOOTBALL: Norv Turner got his third shot at an NFL head coaching job when he was hired Monday by the San Diego Chargers, a week after the surprise firing of Marty Schottenheimer.

Turner, formerly the San Francisco 49ers’ offensive coordinator, was the only one of the six candidates who’s been an NFL head coach, and the only one who didn’t work on the defensive side of the ball.

High School Hockey: Wouldn’t a shootout have been easier?

Two northeast Ohio high school hockey teams needed eight overtimes to decide their state district tournament

game Sunday.

Aurora defeated Solon 2-1 on Robert Walker’s unassisted goal with 3:42 remaining in the eighth OT.

With three 15-minute periods followed by 8-minute overtimes, the game lasted 105 minutes and 18 seconds.

It took 4 1/2 hours to play.

“It’s a memory that will last forever. It was cool to see how far you can push yourself,” said Aurora goaltender Brad Puette, who had 44 saves.

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