OXFORD, Ohio – Tinara Moore scored 24 factors on Saturday because the Central Michigan girls’ basketball crew published an 84-66 Mid-American Conference victory over Miami (Ohio) at the RedHawks’ Millett Hall. CMU remains unbeaten inside the league because it advanced to 11-3, 3-zero MAC. Miami is 9-5, 1-2. The Chippewas are scheduled to go back to McGuirk Arena to play host to Bowling Green on Wednesday (7 p.M.). The Falcons are 8-6, 0-3.
The Chippewas are the lone unbeaten team in MAC play.
“I adore it due to the fact of our wins were on the street,” CMU teacher Sue Guevara stated. “It’s appropriate to start how we’ve got and been capable of coming away with those wins.
“Right now, we’re a nice crew. However, we haven’t even hit the end of the iceberg. When we get going with the bench and play with more confidence, I think we can be even higher.”
Reyna Frost recorded her 8th double-double of the season with 21 factors and thirteen rebounds for CMU. The junior ahead become two factors shy of her season-high, and it changed into her 1/3 instantly double-double. She additionally made all five free-throw tries, and 7 of her rebounds came on the offensive give-up.
“(Frost) gives us quite a few confidence,” said Guevara. “Her ability to get stops and rebound the ball alive is excellent. She takes advantage of the double group (Moore) receives and can get us extra possessions.”
Multiple other Chippewas stuffed the stat sheet on Saturday. Presley Hudson scored 18 points, dished out a season-high eight assists, and made four steals; freshman Kyra Bussell recorded 8 factors while grabbing seven rebounds, tying her career-excessive.
“Bussell was top nowadays,” Guevara said. “To be able to perform like that and get consistency is fantastic. She’s bodily, and she’s self-assurance.”
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CMU stretched its result in as many as 24 factors, and Miami by no means got closer than nine the rest of the way. Yeah, you could say it took a while. After forty years, Fleetwood Mac has finally made a follow-up album worthy of Rumours.
Although only two of the quintet members are named on the cover, Lindsay Buckingham and Christine McVie, all but one from the band of the Rumours-era appear on the album. Stevie Nicks is the lone absentee, but the record holds up well even without her contributions.
To record the album, Buckingham and McVie chose the same studio in which they made Tusk, the somewhat disappointing follow-up to the hugely successful Rumours. While Tusk did include several singles, it never came close to garnering the accolades bestowed on its predecessor.
However, this time, that studio did serve to deliver a true follow-up, as nearly every song is deserving of his status. As was the case with Rumours, just two of the tracks, both composed by Christine McVie, are not up to par with the others.
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One of her tunes here, though, is the clear highlight of the album. The catchy chorus and lush imagery of “Red Sun” would make it worthy of a spot between the grooves on Rumours, perhaps next to “You Make Loving Fun” or “I Don’t Wanna Know.”
Buckingham had clearly been the most creative genius behind Rumours, writing the classics “Don’t Stop” and “Go Your Own Way” as well as “Second Hand News.” He is also the key contributor to this album, coming up with two of its best tracks.
“Lay Down For Free” could be interpreted as a sequel to the Rumours track “The Chain,” only with hearing the sound of rain falling instead of listening to the wind blow on the earlier track. For the song “On With the Show,” Buckingham presents an optimistic message similar to that he delivered in “Don’t Stop.”
The duo’s songs are undoubtedly strengthened by their rhythm section, two veterans who are certainly not strangers to them. Band co-founders Mick Fleetwood and John McVie provide that service, the former on the drums of course and the latter handling bass.
Since those four musicians collaborated to make the new disc, Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie would be expected to sound good. Still, it is one thing to make a good record, but another thing to make one deserving of mention alongside Rumours. Now 40 years later, that album finally has a sequel.