Wenyen Gabriel and Bam Adebayo, who had 12 rebounds, each had a career-high 15 points for Kentucky, which won the game that was part of a matchup of unbeaten teams in the four-game Bluegrass Showcase. Matthew Butler scored 15 points and Jacolby Mobley had 14 for UT Martin (5-2), which shot just 33 percent in the second half and 41 percent overall in having its five-game winning streak stopped. THE BIG PICTURE UT Martin: Despite giving away several inches inside against Kentucky, the Skyhawks’ quickness helped their zone work early on. But they soon began sending Kentucky to the free throw line in the first half and were eventually worn down by Kentucky’s height and quickness. ”Their length can be very problematic. It was problematic for us,” first-year coach Anthony Stewart said. ”We thought possibly we’d have a chance with our maturity and our older guys against some younger guys. It just didn’t work out that way tonight.” Kentucky: The Wildcats led by as many as 48 points in the second half en route to their sixth win by at least 21 points, which hasn’t been done since the 1947-48 ”Fabulous Five” won their first six games by at least 24. Calipari joked that this team might be the ”Fabulous Nine” but noted that the fast starts depend on the competition.
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(AP) – As a freshman at Springfield High School, Leyah Krimbow dreaded going to class. I used to ask my mom every morning if I could stay home, Krimbow, now a 17-year-old senior, said over the phone Thursday. I hated coming to school. The classes were pointless and boring, and I didnt see why I had to go. But because of scheduling conflicts, Krimbow, 14 at the time, was placed in an introductory automotive class titled Small Gas Engines. And her life changed forever. After completing her first engines class, Krimbow, whose grade point average had been 2.8 out of a possible 4.0, enrolled in a series of advanced automotive classes. She learned how to take apart and reassemble head gaskets, replace brakes on trucks and change flat tires as well as basic car maintenance. Krimbows grade point average now is 3.5, and her dreams have soared as well. interview attireShe wants to be an aeronautical engineer, reported The Register-Guard (http://bit.ly/2gDgUpD). Auto (class) has helped with everything, absolutely everything.
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