Men’s Basketball split games with MSVU; Women’s team sweeps Mystics
November 18, 2013
Jake Kendrick had 21 points to lead the Holland College Hurricanes to an 87-81 victory Sunday over the Mount Saint Vincent Mystics in Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association men’s basketball in Charlottetown.
Alvin Parker added 20 points while Orlando Palmer and Aaron Evans each chipped in 12 for the host Hurricanes.
Mac Ellis scored 21 for the Mystics.
The Hurricanes trailed 20-19 after the first quarter, but led 45-31 at the half. The Hurricanes took a
65-54 lead to the fourth quarter.
The Mystics used a 38-26 fourth quarter to defeat the Hurricanes 102-92 on Saturday.
Corey Hollett had 22 points in the win.
Parker led the Hurricanes with 27 points while Palmer had 16 and Steve Ethelston 14.
The Mystics led 27-25 after the first quarter and 44-43 at the half. The Hurricanes led 66-64 going to the fourth.
The Hurricanes are 3-1 while the Mystics are 1-3.
The Holland College Hurricanes swept weekend games with the Mount Saint Vincent Mystics.
They won 72-63 on Sunday after defeating them 72-61 on Saturday.
The Hurricanes are 3-1 while the Mystics are 2-2.
Steph Hiltz led the Hurricanes with 29 points on Sunday as the Hurricanes scored a come-from-behind victory. Mendeiria Smith had 13 and Ashley Moss 12 in the win.
Jocelyn Moore led the Mystics with 20 points.
The Mystics led 13-8 after the first quarter and 33-24 at the half. They took a 51-45 lead to the fourth, but were unable to hold on.
Hiltz scored 26 to pace the Hurricanes on Saturday while Moss had 15 and Katiesha Brissett 12. Moore had 20to lead the Mystics.
The Hurricanes led 20-17 after the first quarter, but trailed 35-34 at the half. They outscored the Mystics 21-13 in the third to take a 55-48 lead to the fourth.
The Crandall Chargers are in Charlottetown Saturday and Sunday for games at 2 p.m. (women) and 4 p.m. (men).
Story submitted by The Guardian.
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