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Mid-week 13 gets underway in MIAA basketball

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Central Missouri at Lincoln


WBB: UCM 78, LU 63

Central Missouri got 27 points from their bench as they earned a victory on the road at Lincoln. UCM held LU to .356 shooting from field as they moved to 9-6 in the league this season.

Revonnia Howard led the way for the Jennies scoring 15 points while Danielle Barry added 13 points. Justina Prairie Chief had 12 points and Shelby Winkelmann and Jasmine Thompson each finished with 11 points. For the Blue Tigers Kelsey Williams led the way with 21 points, six rebounds and three assists. Kayton Cole added 10 points and three assists and Lizzie Nessling pulled down nine rebounds.

MBB: #19 UCM 67, LU 47
#19 Central Missouri shot .558 from the field as they picked up a win on the road at Lincoln. UCM outrebounded LU 31-23 as they moved to 11-4 in league play so far this season.

For the Mules TJ White led the way scoring a 12 points and pulling down a team best seven rebounds. Kyle Wolf added 11 points and four different players finished with three assists. For the Blue Tigers Blake Ralling led the way with 12 points while pulling down five rebounds. Joshua Buie had 11 points and seven assists and Aaron Spudich finished with 10 points.

Southwest Baptist at Lindenwood

WBB: LWU 89, SBU 76
Lindenwood shot .569 from the field as they defeated Southwest Baptist on their home floor. LWU racked up 51 points in the second half as they moved to 3-12 in the MIAA this season.

For the Lions Jenny Rocha led the way with 20 points and four assists while Kassidy Gengenbacher had 15 points and eight boards. Vanessa Zailo had a double-double scoring 14 points and pulling down a game high 18 points. For the Bearcats Leann Terrill led the way with 22 points while Dilonna Johnson finished with 15 points and four assists. Alexis Edwards had 14 points and Mackenzie Skupa had 10 points and a team best seven boards.

MBB: LWU 93, SBU 46
Lindenwood shot .567 from the field as they earned a victory over Southwest Baptist at home. LWU shot .567 from the three-point line and made all of their free throws as they moved to 11-4 in the MIAA this season.

The Lions were led by Darris Smith with 20 points and Sam Mader on the glass as he pulled down seven rebounds. LJ McIntosh and Michael Boos each had 11 points and Cory Arentsen had 10 points and six assists. For the Bearcats Daymond Cowlah who scored 11 points and dished out three assists. On the glass Menas Stephens led the way by pulling down eight boards.

Missouri Southern at Northwest Missouri
WBB: MSSU 73, NWMSU 71
Missouri Southern got a lay-up with three seconds remaining in overtime to win on the road at Northwest Missouri. MSSU got a steal with five seconds left and got the final shot to move to 9-5 in the MIAA thus far.

The Lions were led by Nicole Hartzog who had 22 points and seven rebounds and Alexis Fitzpatrick with 12 points and five assists. Jolee Sharp had 11 points and Sharese Jones added 10 points on the evening. For the Bearcats Ariel Easton had 20 points and pulled down six boards as Tanya Meyer finished with 17 points. Shelby Mustain had a double-double scoring 13 points and pulling down a game best 10 rebounds.

MBB: NWMSU 80, MSSU 68
Northwest Missouri shot .519 from the field as they picked up a win at home over Missouri Southern. NWMSU also shot .429 from behind the three point line as they moved to 11-4 in the league this season.

The Bearcats were led by Conner Crooker who scored 16 points and Grant Cozad who added 14 points. Zach Schneider had 13 points and six boards and Justin Pitts added 12 points and five assists. For the Lions Charlie Brown and Blaine Miller led the way with 14 points each. Cameron Cornelius had 10 points and Lane Barlow and Randy Clark each dished out four assists. 
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