South Carolina falls to Boise State in Diamond Head Classic - WLOX.com - The News for South Mississippi

South Carolina falls to Boise State in Diamond Head Classic

South Carolina lost 80-54 to Boise State in the semifinals of the Diamond Head Classic. South Carolina lost 80-54 to Boise State in the semifinals of the Diamond Head Classic.

HONOLULU (RNN) - South Carolina never grabbed the lead in its game against Boise State, losing 80-54 in the semifinals of the Diamond Head Classic.

The Gamecocks (3-6) got within one point of the Broncos (10-2) in the first minute but gradually fell farther behind as the game progressed, in part due to their 18 turnovers. Boise State led 43-28 at the half and dominated by as many as 30 points in the second half.

South Carolina had hard luck shooting, making only 37 percent of its field goals, a quarter of its 3-pointers and 12 out of 18 free throws.

Brenton Williams led the Gamecocks with 14 points. Duane Notice was close behind with 13 points.

South Carolina will play for third place in the tournament when the Gamecocks take on Akron on Christmas.

Copyright 2013 Raycom News Network. All rights reserved.

  • NEWSMore>>

  • Plans to open aviation museum in Gulfport hit road block

    Plans to open aviation museum in Gulfport hit road block

    Monday, July 24 2017 10:49 PM EDT2017-07-25 02:49:43 GMT

    Supporters of what's called the Mississippi Aviation Heritage Museum said they were recently told much needed repairs can't be made using a $250,000 grant acquired from the state.

    More >>

    Supporters of what's called the Mississippi Aviation Heritage Museum said they were recently told much needed repairs can't be made using a $250,000 grant acquired from the state.

    More >>
  • Rain puts Pascagoula's new football turf on the clock

    Rain puts Pascagoula's new football turf on the clock

    Monday, July 24 2017 11:09 PM EDT2017-07-25 03:09:56 GMT
    Rain has slowed down construction crews as they attempt to put a new field turf at War Memorial Stadium (Photo Source: WLOX News Now)Rain has slowed down construction crews as they attempt to put a new field turf at War Memorial Stadium (Photo Source: WLOX News Now)

    The Pascagoula Panthers open the 2017 football season on the road. In fact, their first three games are road contests. That scheduling quirk may give field turf crews just enough time to get War Memorial Stadium ready for the September 8 home opener. The wet weather in South Mississippi is placing quite the burden on construction workers as they attempt to complete stadium renovations. The project was suppose to be finished before the beginning of Pascagoula's football season.

    More >>

    The Pascagoula Panthers open the 2017 football season on the road. In fact, their first three games are road contests. That scheduling quirk may give field turf crews just enough time to get War Memorial Stadium ready for the September 8 home opener. The wet weather in South Mississippi is placing quite the burden on construction workers as they attempt to complete stadium renovations. The project was suppose to be finished before the beginning of Pascagoula's football season.

    More >>
  • More heavy rainfall tests nerves and drainage systems

    More heavy rainfall tests nerves and drainage systems

    Monday, July 24 2017 10:38 PM EDT2017-07-25 02:38:45 GMT

    Heavy rains again caused problems across South Mississippi on Monday. All that rain created some hazardous driving conditions, because when the bad weather hits, the number of accidents soars.

    More >>

    Heavy rains again caused problems across South Mississippi on Monday. All that rain created some hazardous driving conditions, because when the bad weather hits, the number of accidents soars.

    More >>
Powered by Frankly