Thursday, January 22, 2004
Offense heats up for RedHawks
The Cincinnati Enquirer
Juby Johnson scored 19 points and Monty St. Clair hit four of Miami's 12 3-pointers as the RedHawks defeated Central Michigan 80-70 Wednesday night at Mount Pleasant, Mich.
Miami improved to 8-6 and 4-2 in Mid-American Conference play.
"It's a big win for us," coach Charlie Coles said. "Coming in, I knew Central Michigan would be ready, so this is a great win."
St. Clair, a Roger Bacon graduate, scored a career-high 14 points with a career-high three assists. He was 4-of-5 from 3-point range, including back-to-back treys that gave MU a 67-60 lead with 5:12 left in the game.
"Monty wouldn't miss a shot in our fall individual practices," Coles said. "However, this season he hasn't been able to hit anything. He saved us tonight, hitting some key 3-pointers for us, which kept us in the game."
Gerrit Brigitha led CMU (3-13, 0-6) with 17 points.
Team rebounds - 1.
Team rebounds - 5.
3-pointers - MU 12-21 (Seals 1-2, Schenke 0-1, Hausfeld 2-5, Mason 0-1, Johnson 2-3, Hatcher 3-4, St. Clair 4-5), CM 7-23 (Voorhees 1-4, Hoskins 3-7, Bowne 3-5, Meerman 0-4, Barrett 0-1, Sevalia 0-1, Carr 0-1). Technicals - None. Officials - Fouser, Ferrari, Wymer. Attendance - 2,712.
Cincinnati State 94, Columbus State 67
Crystal Norman scored 25 points and had 11 rebounds as Cincinnati State (17-4) defeated Columbus State to remain unbeaten (5-0) in the Ohio Community College Athletic Conference.
The Lady Surge's Ashley Davenport scored 18 points and Asia Polk added 12 points and seven steals.
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