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Basketball: LWC teams fall to Thomas More

The Lindsey Wilson women's basketball team fell to top-ranked Thomas More (KY) 70-56 in their return home to Biggers Sports Center on Saturday afternoon.

Three Blue Raiders, Lucy Patterson, Jordyn Stephens, and Amelia Hodges, finished in double figures with Patterson leading Lindsey Wilson, ending the contest with 17 points adding on a game-high eight rebounds.

The Lindsey Wilson men's basketball team fell short to No. 2-ranked Thomas More University men's team, 78-72, in their conference battle at Bigger Sports Center on Saturday. A second half breakdown by the Blue Raiders allowed the Saints to pull away from any upset chances for LWC.

In a hard fought battle with the Saints, Lindsey Wilson received some production from its bench who outscored the Thomas More reserves 33-7. Jamie Strong led all Blue Raiders in scoring with 15 points while shooting 5-8 from beyond the arc. Strong's performance was followed by 14 from Conner Robinson and 13 from Elijah Jordan who led the team in assists with seven respectively.

The Lindsey Wilson basketball teams next head to Henderson, TN to take on Freed-Hardeman (TN) at Brewer Sports Center on Jan. 12, 2023. The women's team will tip off at 5:30pmCT, and the men will follow at 7:30pmCT.

This story was posted on 2023-01-08 11:25:52
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