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Basketball: LWC victorious over Cumberland on Saturday

The Lindsey Wilson women's basketball team defeated Cumberland on Saturday afternoon with a score of 65-56. The game was tied after the first quarter, with a score of 14-14. Cumberland's Maddie Brillhart scored a layup in the final seconds to tie the game. Amelia Hodges and Emily Cox both recorded three point shots and Jordyn Stephens had two assists and three rebounds. Lucy Patterson also tallied three rebounds. The Blue Raiders led for 44.1% of the first quarter. Cumberland shot 42.9% from the field and 40% from the free throw line.

Following the women's game, the Lindsey Wilson men's basketball team reached their seventh win at home this season against Cumberland. While the Phoenix dominated the momentum in the initial stages of the first half, the Blue Raiders' impressive performance in the second half hindered their progress, ending with a score of 91-78.

The Blue Raiders will be at home again on Thursday, February 1, 2024 to take on University of the Cumberlands. The women's game is set to begin at 5:30pmCT at Biggers Sports Center, 360 Spickard Drive, Columbia, KY. The men's game will follow at 7:30pmCT. Both matchups will be broadcast live on the Lindsey Wilson Sports Network.

This story was posted on 2024-01-28 12:55:58
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