More milestones and much high school news

About last night:

Stanford’s Joslyn Tinkle crossed the 1,000 career-point threshold last night in the Cardinal’s routing of Oregon State.

Cal’s Talia Caldwell was honored before the team beat Oregon for notching 1,000 points last weekend. Last night was also Cal’s 12th straight win – a school record.

Late free throws lifted LSU over Missouri in overtime, 78-74.

Today there are 100 games on tap.

More college news:

Georgia Coach Andy Landers is trying for his 900th win.

Cal’s Brittany Boyd is day-to-day with a groin injury that she sustained last weekend against USC. That’s not surprising to me in seeing how she was limping around during the game after the impact.

Susan Robinson Fruchtl remains relentless and positive about rebuilding Providence.

Kastine Evans has re-energized Kentucky.

Oklahoma State’s Toni Young looks ahead.

For Colorado, a fiery spirit is in Arielle Roberson’s blood.

UConn’s Heather Buck eyes the finish line.

Bowling Green assistant coach Ali Mann has resigned for personal reasons.

Sooner report: weight lifted.

Abyee Maracigan overcame the odds to play at Idaho State.

Wisconsin is battling to the end.

High school:

Recee’ Caldwell blazes a trail of her own.

Anthony Epps on his daughter, Makayla Epps.

Buchholz is one win from a state championship in Florida.

Diamond DeShields and Shayla Cooper are ripping it up in Georgia.

Reno High are Nevada state champs.

Mason City is headed to the Iowa state championship for the third straight year.