Florida (25-4, 12-2), which had already wrapped up the SEC regular-season title and had set a new school record for single-season victories, had little riding on the game. No. 6 Kansas 89, Iowa State52: Mario Chalmers scored 18 to lead six players in double figures for the host Jayhawks (25-4, 12-2 Big 12). No. 8 Texas A&M 97, Baylor 87: Acie Law scored a season-high 31 for the host Aggies (24-4, 12-2 Big 12). No. 12 Georgetown 61, No. 10 Pittsburgh 53: The biggest Big East game of the regular season went to the host Hoyas (22-5, 12-2), whose tenacious defense made the difference in the final minutes of a victory over the Panthers (24-5, 11-3). Jonathan Wallace scored 17 points, as the Hoyas slogged their way to sole possession of first place in the conference with one week to play. No. 11 Nevada 95, BoiseState 81: Nick Fazekas scored 28 points to lead the visiting Wolf Pack (26-2, 13-1 Western Athletic Conference). It took a seemingly impossible challenge to bring out the best in an LSU team that had squandered so much potential this season. Missing leading scorer and rebounder Glen “Big Baby” Davis, the struggling Tigers got 18 points from Terry Martin, 17from Garrett Temple and stellar defense from everyone to pull off an impressive 66-56 upset over No. 3 Florida on Saturday in Baton Rouge, La. “I was coaching so hard and trying to do everything I could in the last five minutes to make sure we won that game,” LSU head coach John Brady said. LSU (15-13, 4-10 Southeastern Conference), once ranked sixth this season, had lost three straight before hosting a Florida team that had been No.1 a little more than a week ago. No. 13 Southern Illinois 76, Evansville 69: Randal Falker scored a career-high 30, leading the host Salukis (25-5, 15-3 Missouri Valley). TCU 71, No. 14 Air Force 66: Ryan Wall scored 19points and the host Horned Frogs upset the Falcons (23-6, 10-5 Mountain West). No. 15 Butler 56, Detroit36: Brandon Crone scored 17 points and the host Bulldogs (26-5, 13-3) won a share of the Horizon League championship. Notre Dame 85, No. 16 Marquette 73: Luke Harangody scored 22 points to lead the host Irish over the Golden Eagles (22-8, 9-6). No. 19 Texas 68, Oklahoma 58: Kevin Durant matched his career-high with five 3-pointers and scored 32points to lead the visiting Longhorns (21-7, 11-3 Big 12). San Diego State 86, No.21 BYU 74: Brandon Heath scored 30 points to lead the host Aztecs over the Mountain West Conference-leading Cougars (21-7, 11-3). No. 24 Virginia 75, Georgia Tech 69: J.R. Reynolds scored 25 points to help the host Cavaliers (19-8, 10-4 Atlantic Coast Conference). Auburn 86, No. 25 Alabama 77: Quan Prowell and Korvotney Barber each had 17points to lead the Tigers over the host Crimson Tide (19-9, 6-8). 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
“The Dawson Creek Art Gallery, a converted grain elevator, reflects the settlement of the area after hardy Marquis wheat was introduced in 1909 [sic],” the Architecture Foundation of British Columbia writes while explaining their decision.Other winners within the Northern Region include Rolla Pub in Rolla, B.C. and the North Pacific Cannery in Port Edward, B.C.“The North Pacific Cannery at Port Edward, near Prince Rupert, is the most intact survivor from the era when out port canneries were complete towns and fishing was a huge part of the province’s resource economy.”- Advertisement -Among the top 25 buildings in four regions across the province, a panel of judges sifted through an igloo, shed over hot springs and police barracks.The 25 buildings were then narrowed to three in each region by the panel.With files from The Canadian PressAdvertisement