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Posted by Tom on 2012/11/23 10:22:24 (423 reads) News by the same author

The North Central Missouri College women and men easily handled the visiting Spartans of Southwestern Community College on Tuesday evening, sweeping a doubleheader at the Ketcham Community Center in Trenton, broadcast on Hot Country Z 101.7 and

The Lady Pirates led by 20 plus points for much of the second half of their game, and beat the Lady Spartans for the second time in 13 nights, 71-53. North Central Missouri College improved to 4-3 with the victory, with Southwestern dropping to a mark of 0-6.

Sophomore Whitney Bennett led a balanced Lady Pirate attack with 15 points, with Samone Redditt and Mysti Williams both scoring 14, and Amanda Rodenberg ten points.

The Southwestern women had 15 points from sophomore Jamee Miner in the loss.

The North Central men rolled out of the gates to a 27-3 midway through the first half, and never looked back, walloping Southwestern by the tune of 72-38.

The win improves the Pirates to 4-2 on the young season, while dropping Southwestern to 3-3.

Eddie Poland and Marshon Norfleet both scored 13 points for North Central, with Darreon Parker adding 11 (including a trio of three point shots), and Brandon Feltes and Eric McDaniel each with 10.

The North Central teams will next be in action in rematch games with the Red Devils of Allen County Community College, next Wednesday night, November 28th in Iola, Kansas. The women's game will tip at 5:30, with the men at 7:30, and both games to be broadcast LIVE on Hot Country Z 101.7 and Pregame hits the air at 5:15.

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