Whittington leads Kent State past Norfolk State 7867

KENT, Ohio — Philip Whittington scored 16 points and grabbed nine rebounds and Kent State surged to a double-digit lead in the first half and maintained it for a 78-67 win over Norfolk State on Saturday afternoon.Kent State now has won five straight and is 3-0 all-time against the Spartans.Whittington has led the Golden Flashes in rebounding in seven of the last eight games and came in averaging just under eight boards.Whittington converted a layup with 9:49 left to give Kent State (7-1) a 20-10 lead, but Norfolk State rallied to halve the deficit. Kent State pushed it back into double digits and led 30-21 at intermission.Jaylin Walker had 15 points off the bench and Antonio Williams added 14 points and collected three steals for the Golden Flashes.Alex Long had 24 points for Norfolk State (4-6).The Associated Press read more

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge set off for Pippa Middletons wedding

first_img“We love all the royals. We just love Pippa. My mother actually named her dog after Pippa. And my dog is named after George.”I hope we get to see them!”David and Meryl Evans traveled from West Wales to see the spectacle.”We were coming to the area on holiday and when we put the address into Google, we realised this was where the wedding would be taking place, so we thought we have to go!” says Meryl. Crowds of well-wishers have turned up at St Mark’s Church in Berkshire, hoping to see a glimpse of the Royals.Kourtney Coleman  travelled all the way from the United States with her mother Joanne Kloser in the hope of catching a glimpse of the bride and her royal guests.”We were supposed to be here in March and our plans changed and when I realised when the wedding was going to be, we planned the whole trip around it,” said Kourtney.”I was on the streets for her sister’s wedding, so I just had to be here. “I hope we see something, I want to see Prince Harry!” The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been pictured heading to Pippa Middleton’s wedding.The two appear to be dressed to the nines for the nuptials, which is reportedly Scottish-themed.Prince William and his wife were seen leaving Kensington Palace to travel to the event in Berkshire.They are bringing their children, who will attend for the first section of the wedding and leave before the dinner and partying later in the evening. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Credit:FlynetPictures.co.uk FlynetPictures.co.uklast_img read more