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Dalton State pair controlling the paint
In a land of rolling hills, one big mountain can stand out in the distance. For the Dalton State College men’s basketball team, in a land of guards, a power forward or two can truly stand above the crowd and appear to be a giant.
On the floor early on in the season, Raheem Mosley and Nathan Terry are the giants, but only because their teammates are not.
Preston Earle's 3-pointer is buzzer-beater for Dalton State
On a night when leading scorer Ricky Sears struggled to find the basket early, Preston Earle picked up the slack throughout the game and hit the clutch shot late.
Dalton grad Harrell learning as he goes at AUM
As The Daily Citizen’s 2012 All-Area Player of the Year, former Dalton High School standout Tristen Harrell dominated nearby competition.
DSC drops exhibition at Jackonsville State
Early foul trouble eventually caught up to Dalton State College’s men’s basketball team Friday in an 85-61 exhibition loss at Alabama’s Jacksonville State.
Hilliard brings fuel off bench as Dalton State continues to roll
Anthony Hilliard entered Saturday’s game to help Dalton State College’s basketball team on defense.
He did a few things for the Roadrunners’ offense, too.
Pacheco tops at Santa Dash race in Eton
Isaac Pacheco, a North Murray High graduate who now is a freshman distance runner at Dalton State College, easily won the second annual 5K Santa Dash in Eton on Saturday morning in 16 minutes and 15 seconds.
Roadrunners pick up basketball win in ‘Classic’
Not long after the start of Dalton State College’s men’s basketball game Friday against Morris College, the home crowd at the trade center was on its feet and cheering.
Dalton State College in the zone
Needing a spark, the Dalton State College men’s basketball team brought out its zone press.
The tactic helped the Roadrunners race to another win in their return season.
Dalton State College basketball notebook: In spite of woes at the line, wins are still coming
There isn’t too much to complain about when you open your first season in 35 years by winning five of six games.
But based on their first few games, Dalton State College’s men’s basketball team can be even better.
Roadrunners still have legs to run past Bryan
Playing the third game in as many days, Dalton State College’s men’s basketball team proved fatigue a non-issue.
The Roadrunners won 68-60 in Dayton, Tenn., against Bryan College to improve to 5-1 this season and win two of three games on the end-of-week stretch.
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