Thursday, December 18, 2003

Thomas More women stay undefeated at home this season



The Cincinnati Enquirer

Junior guard Allison Byars scored a team-high 14 points and made four of seven 3-point attempts as Thomas More stayed unbeaten at home this season with a 68-50 victory over Bluffton at Connor Convocation Center Wednesday night.

The Saints have won three straight and are 8-2 this season; the Beavers remained winless, dropping to 0-7.

Otterbein 73, Mount St. Joseph 53

Five players scored in double figures for Otterbein, which rolled its record to 7-1. Katie Swart (Batavia) led the Lions (2-5) with 14 points and 12 rebounds.

Cincinnati State 89, Mott Community 64

Freshman Janice Bright led the Lady Surge with 19 points and five assists; Khaleelah Head added a career-high 18 points and 12 rebounds; and Ashley Davenport (Fairfield) contributed 17 points. Cincinnati State improved to 10-4 this season.



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