LSU Releases Epic Hype Video Ahead Of Florida Game

first_imgMichael Divinity and Devin White celebrate a defensive play for the LSU Tigers.BATON ROUGE, LA – OCTOBER 13: Michael Divinity Jr. #45 of the LSU Tigers and Devin White #40 celebrates during a game against the Georgia Bulldogs at Tiger Stadium on October 13, 2018 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. (Photo by Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images)There’s plenty of big-time college football games this upcoming Saturday. But LSU-Florida is by far the most-important contest of the weekend.Ahead of the game, LSU’s social media has released an epic hype video for the game.Check it out below.A Tiger moves quietly.He’s never more quiet than the moment just before he attacks… pic.twitter.com/wrrB28hrbx— LSU Football (@LSUfootball) October 10, 2019 The video is narrated by former LSU great Booger McFarland. The current Monday Night Football announcer played defensive tackle during his playing days.This is easily one of the best hype videos of the season.Both teams are undefeated heading into Saturday’s contest. LSU’s most impressive win came against No. 11 Texas in Week 2. The Tigers put up 45 points on the Longhorns’ defense.Florida is coming off an emotional, statement win against No. 12 Auburn last Saturday. The Gators flexed their stout defense, holding Auburn’s explosive offense to just 13 points.LSU is led by quarterback Joe Burrow. The Ohio State transfer has been phenomenal this season, throwing for 1,864 yards and 22 touchdowns through five games. If Burrow can keep playing like he has, there’s no doubt he’ll be Heisman candidate at the end of year.As they did last week against Auburn, the Gators rely on their defense. But quarterback Kyle Trask is certainly capable of leading his team to a victory.LSU-Florida kicks off at Death Valley at 8 p.m. ET. The game will be televised on ESPN.Stay tuned for updates on the game.last_img read more

High School Scoreboard, May 15

first_imgHigh School Scoreboard, May 15 Top 5 individualsD. Halili (S. Kitsap) 70-71—141O. Huntington (Camas) 71-76—147J. Christian (E’claw) 76-73—149C. Thatcher (Bell.) 76-73—149R. Ohashi (KWood) 77-74—148Local state qualifiersOwen Huntington (Camas) 71-76—147Anthony Tobias (BG) 80-85—165Anthony Chae (Skyview) 84-83—167Chase Williams (Union) 83-87—170Camden Mills (Union) 87-84—171Other local resultsCaleb Shira (Camas) 85-87—172Dustin Brooks (Skyview) 82-91—173Derek Harker (Camas) 97-82—179Cameron Miller (Camas) 92-89—181Andrew Rushing (Union) 88-94—182Morgan Huseby (Skyview) 88-95—183GIRLS GOLF4A BI-DISTRICT TOURNAMENTAt Gold Mountain GC, BremertonTeam scores (top 7 to state) — 1, Camas 673; 2, Olympia 682; 3, Kentwood 707; 4, Kennedy Catholic 716; 5, Thomas Jefferson 718; 6, Graham Kapowsin; 7, Hazen; 8, Bellarmine Prep 732; 9, Rogers 735; 10, Enumclaw 742.Top 5 individualsT. Koch (ER) 68-70—138C. Xu (Decatur) 67-73—140K. Knox (Mt. Rainier) 72-72—144J. Bordeaux (Bell.) 72-76—148A. Nguyen (Kennedy) 72-76—148Local state qualifiersEmma Cox (Camas) 78-81—159Ashley Clark (Camas) 79-80—159Maddy Starwalt (Skyview) 83-83—166Wenny Cai (Camas) 89-87—176Elizabeth Gillespie (Camas) 88-94—182Ashley Gillespie (Camas) 93-91—184Other local resultsEmily Davidson (BG) 92-92—184Keely Mickel (Skyview) 91-94—185Callie Mills (Union) 88-99—187Cassidy Pettit (Union) 96-96—192Callie Wengler (Camas) 94-98—192Drew Lobis (Union) 100-96—196Halie Renne (Skyview) 102-112—2143A BI-DISTRICT TOURNAMENTAt McCormick Woods GC,Port OrchardTeam scores (top 5 to state) — 1, Central Kitsap 688; 2, Peninsula 696; 3, Gig Harbor 748; 4, Mountain View 782; 5, Stadium 801; 6, Capital 834; 7, North Thurston 847.Top 5 individualsBrittany Kwon (CK) 72-76—148Kailey Bass (Peninsula) 74-81—155Makena Mehlert (Pen.) 80-87—157Anastacia Johnson (Sta.) 82-82—164Imara Bhanji (CK) 85-87—172Local state qualifiersKiana Coburn (Fort Van.) 84-90—174Audrey Chang (MV) 95-92—187Hallie Tibbits (Fort Van.) 92-102—194Calley West (MV) 90-107—197Maria Martos (MV) 97-100—197Kaila Bonawitz (MV) 108-100—208Mazey Copeland (MV) 101-109—210Cha.Abrahamson (Pra.) 114-100—214Other local resultsMia Renner (Prairie) 119-115—234Kennedy Higgins (Pra.) 126-125—2512A District TournamentDay One, TuesdayAt Capitol City Golf Club, OlympiaIndividual leaders — 1, Lily McCauley (Tumwater) 75; 2, McKenna Canty (Black Hills) 83; 3, Clarissa Escudero (Mark Morris) 84; 4, Josie Nickerson (R.A. Long) 88; 5, Samantha Fenton (Ridgefield) @col_mrice Receive latest stories and local news in your email: First roundTuesday’s GamesIssaquah 4, Tahoma 1Pasco 2, Sunnyside 1Federal Way 2, Gonzaga Prep 1Jackson 3, Hazen 0Wednesday’s GamesSumner at Mount Si, 7 p.m.Auburn Mountainview at Ferris, 5 p.m.Inglemoor at Rogers-Puyallup, 7 p.m.Mariner at Puyallup, 7 p.m.QuarterfinalsFriday or SaturdaySumner-Mount Si at IssaquahPasco at Auburn Mountainview-FerrisInglemoor-Rogers at Mariner-PuyallupFederal Way at Jackson3A State TournamentFirst roundTuesday’s GamesStadium 3, O’Dea 0Kamiakin 2, Marysville-Pilchuck 1Mountain View 2, Hermiston, Ore., 1, (PK)Gig Harbor 3, Shorecrest 2 (PK)Bellevue 2, Peninsula 1 (PK)Wednesday’s GamesSqualicum vs. Lakeside-Seattle, 5 p.m. at Interbay StadiumWilson vs. Roosevelt, 7 p.m. at Interbay StadiumInterlake vs. Meadowdale, 7 p.m. at Edmonds Stadium.QuarterfinalsFriday or SaturdaySqualicum-Lakeside at StadiumKamiakin at Mountain ViewGig Harbor at BellevueWilson-Roosevelt at Interlake-MeadowdaleMOUNTAIN VIEW 2, HERMISTON 1(Mountain View wins 3-2 PK)Mountain ViewGoals (assists) — Christopher Grozav (Andres Lopez-Garcia). Goalkeeper saves — Cole Taylor 5. PK goals — Grozav, Elijah Thompson, Justin Lufkin-Quant.Halftime — 0-0.2A State TournamentFirst roundTuesday’s GamesSehome 3, Port Angeles 1Toppenish 7, Highline 1Franklin Pierce 1, Burlington-Edison 0 (SO)Columbia River 3, Foss 1Wednesday’s GamesWoodland vs. Sequim, 6 p.m. at Peninsula CollegeMountlake Terrace at Ellensburg, 5 p.m.Aberdeen at Liberty, 7 p.m.Grandview at Fife, 5:30 p.m.QuarterfinalsFriday or SaturdayWoodland-Sequim at SehomeMountlake Terrace-Ellensburg at ToppenishFranklin Pierce at Columbia RiverAberdeen-Liberty at Grandview-FifeCOLUMBIA RIVER 3, FOSS 1 Foss Goals (assists) — Matteo Pasquetto (Alex Lyro). Goalkeeper saves — Chris Carmona 20.Columbia River Goals (assists) — Aaron Espinosa (unassisted); Espinosa (Jackson Kleier); Kleier (Jake Connop). Goalkeeper saves — Miles Miranda 7.Halftime — Columbia River 1-0.1A State TournamentFirst roundTuesday’s GamesConnell 2, Cashmere 1Lakeside 2, Royal 1Cascade 2, Wahluke 1Klahoya 5, Forks 1Overlake 1, Hoquiam 0Wednesday’s GamesBridgeport at Vashon Island, 5 p.m.Seton Catholic at King’s, 6 p.m.Bush at Toledo-Winlock, 6 p.m.QuarterfinalsFriday or SaturdayBridgeport-Vashon Island at ConnellLakeside at CascadeKlahoya at OverlakeSeton Catholic-King’s at Bush-Toledo/WinlockBOYS GOLF4A BI-DISTRICT TOURNAMENTAt Gold Mountain GC, BremertonTeam scores (top 7 to state) — 1, Bellarmine Prep 620; 2, South Kitsap 639; 3, Kentwood 641; 4, Tahoma 643; 5, Enumclaw 645; 6, Sumner 655; 7, Auburn Mountainview 565; 8, Camas 675; 9, Curtis 683; 10, Kentlake 686. By signing up you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. GO Share: (360) 735-4548 WEDNESDAY’S SCHEDULESOFTBALL1A district tournamentAt Fort Borst Park, CentraliaFirst roundHoquiam vs. La Center, noonKing’s Way Christian vs. Elma, noonForks vs. Castle Rock, noonSemifinals, loser-out games, 4 p.m.GIRLS GOLF2A district tournament, 10 a.m. at Capitol City GC, Olympia1A district tournament, 10 a.m. at Tumwater Valley GC, TumwaterSOFTBALL4A bi-district Tournament Tuesday’s play-in gamesOlympia 16, Mount Rainier 0Camas 10, Kentridge 0Curtis 6, Enumclaw 4CAMAS 10, KENTRIDGE 0Kentridge 000 00—0 0 4Camas 402 31—10 12 0KentridgePitching — Olivia Ross 4 IP, 2 K, 0 BB.CamasPitching — Mary Pipkin 5 IP, 7 K, 0 BB; Highlights — Katie Hancock 2-4, RBI; Amelia Wong 2-3; Sophie Franklin 1-3, RBI; Marleigh Foster 2-3, 2 RBI, 2B; Carrigan Foster 1-3, 2 RBI; Emma Carroll RBI; Mary Pipkin 2-3, RBI; Emry Miller 1-1, 2B; Allison Snyder 1-1.BOYS SOCCER4A State Tournament Local golfersCOLUMBIA RIVER — 7, Madeline Kim 91; 8, Naomi Phelps 92; 14, Karlyn Gomez 100; 19, Sami Myers 1-4; 36, Sequoia Davey 115; 39, Alexandra Runnells 117.HOCKINSON — 15, Hannah Bowie 102; 17, Isabella Smith 103; 19, Olivia Rude 104; 39, Grace Phillips 117.RIDGEFIELD — 5, Samantha Fenton 90; 11, Alyssa Dewey 96; 23, Samantha Saenz 109; 28, Alicia Hodge 111.WASHOUGAL — 21, Corrin Kazzel 105; 32, McKenna Jackson 112; 37, Kailee Neyer 116; 44, Ellie Watts 118; 47, Mariah Moran 121; 49, Kayla Johnson 49.WOODLAND — 9, Abby Bozarth 93; 10, Rayleah Trice 95; 39, Zoe Jouwsma 117;  52, Erin Madsen 128; 56, Hannah Landigran 130; 58, Addie Landigran 132.1A/2B District TournamentMonday-TuesdayAt Tumwater Valley Golf ClubTop 5 individualsM. Parker (Montesano) 80-84—164M. Hull (Life Christian) 82-85—167G. Grubb (Montesano) 86-92—178B. Smith (Hoquiam) 98-91—189B. Bogdanovich (Hoq) 95-98—193Local state qualifiersR.Philbrook (King’s Way) 99-101—200A.Evanson (King’s Way) 102-102—204H. Graham (La Center) 103-101—204H. Moats (King’s Way) 107-107—214 [email protected] By Micah Rice, Columbian Sports Editor Published: May 14, 2019, 11:09pm Subscribe Today Micah Rice Columbian Sports Editor The Columbian is becoming a rare example of a news organization with local, family ownership. Subscribe today to support local journalism and help us to build a stronger community. Share:last_img read more