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Acrobatics & Tumbling - Tue, Jan. 27, 2015 at 1:20 PM

Georgetown College decided in the fall of 2014 to start an Acrobatics and Tumbling team. On January 1, Alicia Castagneto joined the Tiger staff as head coach for A&T, bringing her vast knowledge and experience in the gymnastics world to Georgetown.

The California native understands the competitive drive involved, starting her gymnastics career at age two. She competed on the regional scene from age seven to 14, stopping at level 8. She took two years off from the circuit before starting to compete again nationally in Trampoline & Tumbling.

Castagneto did that until age 19. At her final nationals, she placed second in tumbling, fifth on double mini trampoline and eighth in trampoline.

 
Darion Burns soars for two of his 20 points Saturday. Photo by RIchard Davis.
Darion Burns soars for two of his 20 points Saturday. Photo by RIchard Davis.
Men's Basketball - Sat, Jan. 24, 2015 at 8:25 PM

Twice this season freshman Darion Burns has tallied 12 points. Saturday against St. Catharine in a Mid-South Conference showdown, the Flemingsburg, Ky. native tallied 20 on a perfect 8-of-8 shooting, helping No. 17 Georgetown College men's basketball to a 72-55 victory in Davis-Reid Alumni Gym.

The Tigers (17-3, 6-2 MSC) blistered the nets from inside the three-point arc in the first half, 68.2 percent. Burns had 11 at the break, but came up with a couple of big steals and flushes to keep the Patriots (6-12, 2-6) at bay.

Five players in Orange & Black reached double figures against SCC. Noah Cottrill had 16, Tony Kimbro chipped in with 11 and Deondre McWhorter and Corey Washburn each had 10.

Kimbro led with 10 rebounds and McWhorter had eight.

 
Jessica Foster lays in two of her new career-high 26 points in the win Saturday. Photo by Richard Davis
Jessica Foster lays in two of her new career-high 26 points in the win Saturday. Photo by Richard Davis
Women's Basketball - Sat, Jan. 24, 2015 at 8:05 PM

Jessica Foster tallied another new career-high in points, her third time to do so this season, and Georgetown College women's basketball took a 73-69 win over St. Catharine College in the Mid-South Conference tilt Saturday.

The No. 25 Tigers (11-7, 2-5) trailed by one at half and even by as many as eight in the early portion of the final 20 minutes. Foster scored 10 of her 26 points in a four minute span that put GC ahead for good. The lead eventually ballooned to 14, but the feisty Patriots (8-12, 1-6) got it back within four, 67-63, with 1:21 to play.

Lena Bramblett's team used fouling and a few untimely Tiger turnovers to try to get closer, but freshman Tralyn Woodard hit four straight from the line to help ice the game. Sophomore Emilie Ziese also picked up a huge charge that also stemmed the tied.

 
Emilie Ziese applies tough defensive pressure Thursday against Campbellsville. Photo by Richard Davis.
Emilie Ziese applies tough defensive pressure Thursday against Campbellsville. Photo by Richard Davis.
Women's Basketball - Thu, Jan. 22, 2015

Georgetown College women's basketball has had one tough stretch. The No. 25 Tigers played NCAA Division I Northern Kentucky in an exhibition, went to No. 14 Shawnee State University and then came home to play No. 3 Campbellsville University. CU came to town Thursday in a thrilling Mid-South Conference rivalry tilt, walking away 55-39 victors.

"That's one ridiculous set of games and that doesn't include our travels to Texas playing a Top 15 team and then to California for another Top 15 team," said GC coach Andrea McCloskey. "We've grown every step and it is hard when you are so competitive to be patient with the process, but I think we are on the verge of being a team people will not want to face."

Georgetown's woes inside the MSC, a league with seven of the eight teams in the Top 25 or receiving votes, at the hands of Campbellsville. GC falls to 10-7 and 1-5 in conference play, while CU improved to 19-1 and 5-1.

 
Tony Kimbro hits one of his six threes, helping GC beat Campbellsville. Photo by Richard Davis.
Tony Kimbro hits one of his six threes, helping GC beat Campbellsville. Photo by Richard Davis.
Men's Basketball - Thu, Jan. 22, 2015

Tony Kimbro had a career night, missing only one shot, and Georgetown College Tigers knocked off Campbellsville University in the NAIA Game of the Week. The No. 17 Tigers (16-3) improved to 5-2 in the Mid-South Conference, while handing No. 1 CU (19-2, 6-1) its second loss all season behind Kimbro's career-high of 26 points, most made threes six, most threes attempted (6) and most field goals made (8).

Kimbro hit a jumper with 14:25 left to match GC's largest lead of the second half of 13. From there CU responded and turned up the pressure. Back-to-back turnovers out of the press put CU in and-one positions with just more than five minutes left. Eric Gaines, who led Campbellsville with 23, made the old fashion three. Next possession, D'Von Campbell put the nation's top team up one, 67-66, but missed the free one.

Who should respond for Georgetown, Kimbro. The Louisville native calmly hit a three off an assist from Mike Walker and the home team never trailed again.

 
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