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Highlanders cruise over Concorida JV

The McLennan Highlanders moved to 12-0 on the season with a 95-78 win over the Concordia University Tornados JV this afternoon in Austin.

Gabe Spivey's 3-pointer with less than a minute off the clock to gave the Tornadoes their only lead of the game. McLennan's Shannon Bogues tied the game with a 3-pointer less than a minute later and the Highlanders took the lead on a Isaiah Gurley lay up with 17:23 to go, 5-3. The Highlanders led 15-14 with 12:38 to go in the first half. McLennan used a 10-0 run over the next two minutes to break the game open. The Highlanders led by as many as 18 in the half and held the 54-39 advantage at the break.

The Highlanders cruised through the second half, leading by as many as 23. Bogues led five Highlanders in double figures with 22 points and Gurley chipped in 19. Jashawn Talton and Hayden Hunter scored 12 and 11, respectively. Daniel Pinho Severo added 10.

McLennan: Kyle Brennon 0 1-2 1; Zarious Wilson 2 1-2 6; Chamar Hawkins 0 2-2 2; Hayden Hunter 5 1-1 11; Shannon Bogues 8 4-5 22; Isaiah Gurley 9 1-1 19; Jashawn Talton 6 0-0 12; Daniel Pinho Severo 4 2-2 10; Fred Jackson 3 0-1 6; Julius Palmer 3 0-2 6; Totals: 40 12-18 95.

Concordia: Justin Hearn 0 0-3 0; Ronnie Hamilton 3 6-7 14; King Turnbull 2 0-0 4; Phil Meikle 3 3-4 11; Kristian White 4 0-0 9; Christian Colston 3 0-0 6; Chase Brooks 6 2-2 16; Gabriel Spivey 7 0-0 19; Totals: 28 11-16 78.

3-pointers: McLennan 3 (Bogues 2, Wilson 1); Concordia JV 12 (Spivey 5, Hamilton 2, Meikle 2, Brooks 2, White 1); Total fouls: McLennan 15, Concordia JV 18; Halftime score: McLennan 54, Concordia JV 39; Record: McLennan 12-0.

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