HARRISONBURG, Va. — Matt Lewis scored six of his 19 points in the final minute to secure James Madison’s 73-66 victory over Radford on Tuesday night.Stuckey Mosley, who finished with 29 points, made back-to-back 3-pointers to give the Dukes their first lead in the second half 62-60 with 3:52 remaining. James Madison stretched the advantage to 65-60 before Travis Fields Jr. scored four points and Carlik Jones added a layup to close to 67-66 with 1:27 left. Lewis then sealed the win with six straight points.Mosley was 7 of 11 from beyond the arc.The teams were tied 35-35 at halftime but Radford opened the second half on a 9-0 run and led 52-44 midway of the final period. The Highlanders kept the lead until Mosley gave the Dukes (7-4) the advantage.Radford (6-2), coming off a 62-59 upset of No. 17 Texas on Friday night, was led by Jones with 15 points. The Highlanders are off to their best start since opening the 1990-91 season 8-0.The Associated Press
September 25, 2019
“The had already attacked and killed members of the public and had to be stopped immediately. Indeed I am not surprised that faced with what they must have feared were three suicide bombers – the firearms officers fired an unprecedented number of rounds to be completely confident they had neutralised those threats.“I am humbled by the bravery of an officer who will rush towards a potential suicide bomber thinking only of protecting others.Mr Rowley said a member of the public had “also suffered a gunshot wound, although the injuries are not critical in nature’. 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. He praised the officers’ bravery for tackling the men dressed in fake suicide vests.He said: “The situation these officers were confronted with was critical. A matter of life and death, three armed men wearing what appeared to be suicide belts The situation these officers were confronted with was critical. A matter of life and death, three armed men wearing what appeared to be suicide beltsAssistant Commisioner Mark Rowley Armed police stopped the attack only eight minutes after the first reports that a van had driven at pedestrians on London BridgeCredit: WILL OLIVER/EPA Armed police fearing suicide blasts fired an unprecedented hail of around 50 bullets to kill the three terrorists rampaging through central London, with officers also wounding a member of the public.Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley, of the Metropolitan Police, said eight officers had opened fire as they confronted the men they believed to be human bombs.AC Rowley, the country’s most senior counter terrorism policeman, said a member of the public had also been shot during the shooting in Borough Market, Southwark. A doctor at the Royal London hospital told the Guardian the member of the public shot was a man wounded in the head who was expected to make a full recovery. Police had killed the three attackers just eight minutes after they received the first reports that a van had driven into pedestrians on nearby London Bridge.