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Deacon Dump 3/2: Tony C ejected from Conference Championship, K says there are no rivalries

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The Post and Courier - ACC picture still scrambled entering final week - Charleston SC -
"I don't want to say I'm nervous or anything like that, but I am getting apprehensive," Wake star Al-Farouq Aminu told the Winston-Salem Journal after scoring just seven points in Saturday's loss to UNC. "All I can wish for is that our team comes back and then just regains confidence and starts knocking down shots and playing like we were earlier."

Wake Forest women's basketball sophomore Secily Ray and junior Brittany Waters earned recognition from the Atlantic Coast Conference for standout performances in the 2009-10 seaso

New BSD Contributor - Blogger So Dear
Don't miss the opportunity to meet the newest contributing member to the BSD community BJohnston

Baltimore Ravens |Media | Presser: 2010 DB Brandon Ghee on disadvantages NFL CBs face and adapting

Coack K says no ACC games are rivalry games
"I don't look at any of our games in the ACC as rivalry games. That would not be respectful of Virginia, N.C. State, Wake Forest (and others). We treat every game in the conference the same."

Jacobs: Confidence Game Articles
Luckily for the Tar Heels they arrived at Joel Coliseum even as the Demon Deacons’ confidence vanished as if it was a dog that ran off when they weren’t looking. "I don’t know where it went," admitted Wake Forest forward Ari Stewart after the North Carolina loss.

CATHOLIC LEAGUE BOYS TITLE PROSPECTUS | Philadelphia Daily News | 03/01/2010
N-G personnel: Tony Chennault (Wake Forest) shows skill and non-stop spirit, and has never appeared more focused. Tyreek Duren (La Salle) runs the show in flawless fashion. Danny Stewart (Rider) jumps so well, he could dunk on a 12-foot basket. OK, 11. Mustafaa Jones (Hartford) sticks treys. Lamin Fulton makes varied contributions as he awaits his chance to star in '11. Off the bench, Derrick Stewart already shows his brother's skill set. Billy Shank mad-bombs.

Neumann-Goretti tops Carroll for Catholic boys’ title | Philadelphia Inquirer | 03/01/2010
Fireworks erupted late in the third quarter after Carroll had fought back from a 17-point deficit and was down by only 51-46. Neumann-Goretti's Tony Chennault reacted strongly to a hard foul on him by fellow wing guard Vince Mostardi, was hit with a technical foul, later assessed a second T and ejected from the final. Carroll's Ben Mingledough, who joined the fracas late after a group had gathered near Chennault and Mostardi, also ended up with two technicals and was ejected. Due to the ejections, Chennault and Mingledough both must sit out their team's next game.

ACC Hoops Power Rankings, March 1 Articles
5. Wake Forest (18-8, 8-6 ACC) You figured UNC would win another ACC game, you just didn’t figure it would be in Winston-Salem. The Deacs fell into a heavy shooting slump in a shocking loss to the Tar Heels, making just 29 percent of their field goal attempts. Previous Rank: 4 **Schedule this week: Wednesday at FSU, Sunday vs. Clemson

Rivals High - Mount Vernon Upsets No. 1 New Ro
Mount Vernon Knight Jabarie Hinds led in all scoring with 25 points. Khalid Samuels added 15 points respectfully. The young sophomores, William Robinson, Isaiah Cousins and Jarrell Marshall added a combined for 24 points.