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Week ten underway with three double headers on the slate

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Pittsburg State atEmporia State
WBB – #3 ESU 80, PSU 78
Pittsburg State missed two free throws with one second to play as they fellshot in a comeback at #3 Emporia State. ESU outrebounded PSU 43-33 as theymoved to 8-0 on the season.

For the Lady Hornets Rheanna Egli had 16 points and Merissa Quick had 15 pointsand nine rebounds. Laura Patrick had 12 points and Kelly Moten added 11 pointswhile on the glass Desiree Wylie led the way with 13 boards. For the GorillasLizzy Jeronimus had 27 points and pulled down seven rebounds. Alex Muff had adouble-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds and Y'Cedria Devers had 10 pointsand seven boards.

MBB – ESU 83, PSU 75
Emporia State won their third straight picking up a victory over PittsburgState at home. ESU shot .533 from the field as they moved to 5-3 in league playthis season.

For the Hornets Kaleb Wright led the way with 21 points and Terrence Mooreadded 19 points. Jay Temaat had 12 points and Gavin Brown added a double-doublewith 10 points and 11 boards. For the Gorillas Devon Branch had 15 points andsix rebounds with Josiah Gustafson added 13 points. Sam Pugh had 12 points whileTerrell Eaddy had nine points and ten boards.

Missouri Western at Central Missouri
WBB – #8 UCM 71, MWSU 65
Central Missouri scored 20 points off of turnover as they picked up a win overMissouri Western at home. UCM shot .480 from the field as they moved to 7-1 inthe league this season.

For the Jennies Revonnia Howard led the way with 23 points and six rebounds.Keuna Flax had 16 points and eight boards while Shelby Winkelmann added 12points. For the Griffons Quenisha Lockett had a double-double with 15 pointsand 10 rebounds. JaQuitta Dever had 14 points and Sharniece Lewis finished with11 points.

MBB – UCM 81, MWSU 63
Central Missouri scored 14 points off of turnover as they picked up a victoryover Missouri Western at home. UCM pulled down 42 rebounds while allowing MWSUonly 26 as they moved to 6-2 in the MIAA.

For the Mules Dillon Deck had a double-double with 20 points and 12 rebounds.Charles Hammork had 20 points and Ryan Magdziarz finished with 17 points. Forthe Griffons Ryan Devers had 16 points and pulled down six rebounds. KevinBalque had 15 points and Cortrez Colbert had 13 points and six boards.

Lindenwood at Missouri Southern
WBB – MSSU 72, LWU 61
Missouri Southern shot .438 from behind the three-point line as they picked upa win at home over Lindenwood. MSSU pulled down 36 rebounds as they moved to5-2 in league play.

For the MSSU Lions Shonte Clay had 19 points and Shawnee Phillips added 15points. Nicole Hartzog had 10 points and Alexis Fitzpatrick dished out 10 assists.For the LWU Lions Morgan Johnson led the way with 16 points on the night.Kassidy Gengenbacher had 14 points and Caroline Bourlioux had 11 points.

MBB – MSSU 70, LWU 50
Missouri Southern outscored Lindenwood 42-24 in the second half as they pickedup a victory at home. MSSU held LWU to .346 shooting from the field as theymoved 6-1 in the MIAA this season.

For the MSSU Lions Marquis Addison led the way with 21 points and pulled downfive rebounds. Cameron Cornelius had 17 points and Jordan Talbert finished with10 points and nine rebounds. For the LWU Lions Michael Boos had 11 points onthe night. Darris Smith added 10 points to six rebounds in the ballgame.

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