Huggins Awarded for Breakthrough Week March 27, 2007PENSACOLA, Fla. – For the fourth time this season, a member of the West Florida baseball team was rewarded by the Gulf South Conference. Junior Lee Huggins (Bay Minette, Ala. / Faulkner State CC) was named the GSC Player of the Week following his offensive performance at North Alabama last weekend.Huggins is on an eight game hitting streak. He went 8-for-12 with three doubles, a homerun, two RBI and three runs scored in three games against North Alabama. He posted a .667 batting average and a 1.167 slugging percentage. Huggins has been UWF’s best slugger in six conference games. He is batting .571 (12-for-21).First baseman Bo Williams and pitchers Brett McCullough and Jon Sintes earned GSC accolades earlier this season.West Florida prepares for six games this week, including a three game series beginning Tuesday at 4:00 pm against GSC West school Arkansas Tech in non-conference play. West Florida will host West Georgia in a three game conference series starting on Saturday at 2:00 pmPrint Friendly Version Share
ALOHA, Ore. (AP) — Authorities say an Oregon woman fired a shotgun inside her home during an alcohol-fueled argument over gun control.Washington County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Bob Ray says no one was hurt but a neighbor’s nearby house was damaged.Officials say Susan Fleming argued with her 55-year-old boyfriend Friday night after learning he had brought his loaded 12 gauge shotgun into their Aloha home. Part of the argument included a discussion on gun safety, including how to properly handle a loaded firearm.Police say Fleming intentionally fired the shotgun and blew out a hole in a wall about the size of a softball. They say she wasn’t trying to shoot her boyfriend, who was in the room.The Oregonian reports that charges against the 51-year-old Fleming include unlawful use of a weapon and recklessly endangering another person.