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McCook Community College Logo on the left with the words McCook community college basketball mens on the right

No. 13 Snow College rolls past MCC men 100-60


McCook Community College Logo on the left with the words McCook community college basketball mens on the right

TWIN FALLS, Idaho – No. 13 Snow College defeated the McCook Community College men Friday 100-60. MCC led briefly by four points 3:05 into the game but the Badgers lit it up shooting 61.8 percent in the first 20 minutes on the way to a 52-24 half-time lead. MCC Coach Jacob Brandl did not make the trip to Idaho due to illness.

The Badgers made 14 of 31 shots from the 3-point line (45.2 percent) for the game including an eight-for-15 showing in the first half (53.3 percent), made four of eight free throws (50 percent).

MCC shot 37.7 percent from the field, was seven of 27 from the 3-point line (25.9 percent), made seven of 11 free throws (63.3 percent), and turned the ball over 22 times which led to 22 Snow College points.

Julian Lual (Calgary, Alberta) led MCC in scoring and in rebounding, posting 19 points and nine boards. He made three of six 3-pointers and had four offensive rebounds.

Damien Perry (Wareham, Mass.) scored 14 points including two of four 3-pointers. Beni Fungula (Stockholm, Sweden) scored 12 points, and led MCC with four assists and four blocked shots.

The team from Ephraim, Utah out-rebounded MCC 47-31 and came up with 17 in the offensive end. The Badgers had four players in double-digits, led by Wyatt Lowell with 23 points.

Snow College improves to 7-1.

MCC falls to 1-10 and continues a brutal schedule which includes eight ranked-opponents in the first 12 games. On Saturday, MCC will play against No. 23 College of Southern Idaho (6-1) at 8:30 p.m.

 


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