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Tuesday, January 22, 2019
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Mustang women falter in 2nd half

FAYETTE, Mo. - The Mount Mercy women's basketball team is having a rough time this season, but the Mustangs raced to a 38-25 halftime  advantage over the No. 23 team in the nation Monday night on the road.

Unfortunately for the Mustangs, the second half was a completely different story.

Central Methodist pounded Mount Mercy by 24 points in the second half  and posted a 72-61 victory in a Heart of America Conference game.

The Mustangs, playing without point guard Sharice Kawakami, outscored Central Methodist 25-9 in the second quarter on their way to their 13-point advantage at intermission.

Central Methodist (12-6, 8-4) got things rolling in the second half  and outscored Mount Mercy 24-13 in the third quarter and 23-10 in the final stanza.

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Wilson leads No. 5 Eagles by Spartans

CRESTON - All-American Doug Wilson turned in another strong  performance Saturday as the fifth-ranked Kirkwood Eagles dumped  Southwestern, 78-58, in an ICCAC conference game in Creston.

Wilson collected 22 points, eight rebounds, five assists and three  blocked shots for the Eagles (14-2, 4-0). He shot 8 for 9 from the  field with a deft touch around the rim.

Jamal Stephenson popped off the bench and scored 14 points for  Kirkwood with a pair of 3-pointers. Allante Pickens, Brady Sartorius  and Luke Appel contributed nine points in the 20-point victory.

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No. 10 Eagles roll by Southwestern

CRESTON - Mackenzie Jenkins scored 21 points Saturday as the  10th-ranked Kirkwood women's basketball team rolled by Southwestern,  97-54, in an ICCAC conference game in Creston.

Jenkins shot 8 for 11 from the field and tossed in three 3-pointers  for the Eagles (14-5, 4-0). Leah Robinson shot 7 for 8 from the field  and finished with 15 points.

Paige Bradford scored 12 points for Kirkwood. Haley Mullinnix hit  three triples and contributed 11 points to the blowout victory.

The Eagles made 38 of 64 shots for 59.4 percent and connected on 13  3-pointers.

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Mustangs fall to No. 2 William Penn

OSKALOOSA - The Mount Mercy men's basketball team got off to a  terrific start against William Penn Thursday night with a 14-point  lead in the first half, but it went downhill from there.

The Mustangs lost to the second-ranked Statesmen, 99-79, in a Heart of  America Conference game at Penn Gymnasium.

Mount Mercy faced a monumental assignment with two of its top players  - Mychael Brawner-Henley (suspended) and Bailey Basala (injury) - not  in uniform, but the Mustangs raced to a 32-18 lead with 9:48 left in  the first half despite being short-handed.

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William Penn tops Mustang women

OSKALOOSA - The Mount Mercy women's basketball team lost to 20th-ranked William Penn, 66-42, in a Heart of America Conference game  Thursday night.

Lakin Goodman led the Mustangs (5-12, 1-10) with 11 points. The  Mustangs scored only three points in the third quarter and were held  to their lowest total of the season.

Vashti Nwagbaraocha scored 18 points for William Penn (15-1, 10-1).

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