This October basketball fans face some tough choices.
The Minnesota Lynx say they deserve to be WNBA champions for a second-straight year, but can they really be trusted?
After all they’ve been champion for an entire season and are you really any better off now than you were a year ago?
The Indiana Fever are an exciting team that shares the basketball and plays smothering defense. This October the choice is clear.
If the Fever become WNBA Champion, they won’t rest until there’s a chicken in every pot and a basketball hoop on every garage.
Haven’t we had enough of the Minnesota Lynx? After all, can we really count on a team that relies so heavily on just two players?
America deserves a champion that has more to offer than just four-time All American Maya Moore and former WNBA Rookie of the Year Seimone Augustus.
The Indiana Fever on the other hand are a true team in every sense of the word, boasting a roster of talented players including the NBA’s top defensive stopper in Tamika Catchings and a sharpshooter in Katie Douglas (currently nursing an injured ankle).
Leadership. The Fever have two spunky guards (Briann January and Shavonte Zellous) that are proven leaders and solid decision makers.
Together they’ve worked hard to prevent the damaging turnovers that can destroy a team’s chances.
The Minnesota Lynx say they’re a good team, but they averaged a disappointing 13 turnovers last year.
Teamwork. Indiana knows the value of teamwork that’s why the Fever guards have demonstrated their willingness for bipartisanship by reaching into the lane to work with the forwards all season long.
Hard work. Bruisers Eriana Larkins and Jessica Davenport understand the value of hard work and their dedication and loyalty to the American people are the backbone of this great nation of ours (and both are capable of scoring inside and protecting the glass which doesn’t hurt either).
Americans deserve a candidate who is strong on defense but the Minnesota Lynx’s record show they are too soft.
This season the Lynx allowed a startling 76.7 points per game. This is the most important time in history and now more than ever basketball fans deserve a champion who can get stops when you need them most.
The Indiana Fever have a proven record for being tough on defense, holding their opponents to just .415 shooting from the field.
We can’t afford another year with the Minnesota Lynx as champions.
An independent study revealed most voters believe the Minnesota Lynx park in handicap parking spaces, scare babies and steal candy from children.
This October the choice for WNBA Champion is clear.
The Indiana Fever are the most exciting and most qualified candidate so do America a favor and give them your support. This message is not, but most likely would be, approved by the Indiana Fever.
This October basketball fans face some tough choices.
Stars comeback bid falls short
Things didn't look good for the Western Boone boys soccer team Thursday afternoon against Frankfort. With 5:29 remaining in the game and trailing 3-0, senior forward Michael Noonan had just missed a penalty kick and junior Daniel Collins missed a close range shot 30 seconds later, seemingly ending any last gasp Western Boone hopes.
Defense, balanced attack to lead Lebanon
The Lebanon Tigers will have a new look on the offensive side of the ball this season. Gone are three-year starting quarterback Isaac Harker and workhorse Jamason Wright, who combined for a majority of the Tigers offensive in 2013.
Western Boone expects good results
The Western Boone football team is eager to get the regular season started on Friday night. After eight months of off-season work, the Stars turned it into overdrive since the start of official practice on Aug. 1 preparing for the season opener at Sheridan.
High expectations for Western Boone tennis
The goal for the Western Boone boys tennis team is simple in 2014 — win the conference title. With six of their seven starters returning from a successful season a year ago, head coach Dustin Cunningham believes this is the team that can win the school's first conference title since 1988.
Tiger tennis looks to defend conference crown
The Lebanon tennis team lost four key players from last year's team. But the Tigers coach Brad Mustin said that things have been going well for the Tigers as they look to replicate past successes.
Lady Tigers win Ben Davis Invite
The Lebanon Lady Tigers golf team put it all together Saturday. The team shot a season-best 330 and won the Ben Davis Invitational at South Grove Golf Course.
Tigers look to build off late season success
Last season, the Lebanon Tigers girls soccer team showed how far the program has come in recent years, battling Westfield to the final minutes in the sectional. Lebanon head coach Rachel Becker said the confidence from that game, plus hard work in the off-season, have created high hopes for the Tigers in the fall of 2014.
Lady Stars ready to take another step forward this fall
After a record-breaking season in 2013, the Western Boone girls soccer team is ready to take another step forward this fall. So far things like good toward making that happen, according to head coach Jen Foxworthy.
Zionsville wins Boone County Tourney again
The traveling trophy that goes to the winner of the annual girls golf Boone County champion will stay in Zionsville for another year. The Eagles remained the only champion in the tournament's history, shooting a 159 on Wednesday night at Cool Lake to defeat Lebanon by 18 shots. Western Boone was third with a 194.
New coach to lead Stars boys soccer
The Western Boone boys soccer team will have a new coach in charge of the team in 2014. Lucas Dull, who graduated from Western Boone in 2008, will take over from Mike Schlemmer this fall.
- Stars comeback bid falls short