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SAU tops Williams Baptist

Dodge Brown made 5 of 6 shots in 20 minutes, including 4 of 5 three-pointers, to finish with a career-high 14 points to lead Southern Arkansas University to an 85-64 victory over Williams Baptist College on Saturday in Magnolia.

Junior guard Trey Davis had 13 points and added 4 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals and 1 block for the Muleriders (5-5). Junior guards Aaron Lucas and Gabe Gilliam each scored 12 points, and Lucas had four steals.

Cortez King had 17 points and Travon Cobb 11 points for Williams Baptist (0-5).

ATU falls to Missouri Southern State

Ke'Lyn Adams scored 20 points to lead Arkansas Tech University in a 105-88 loss to Missouri Southern State on Saturday in Joplin, Mo.

Dillon Gooding added 15 points, and RJ Glasper had 13 points and 7 assists for the Wonder Boys (6-4).

Cam Martin led Missouri Southern State (8-2) with 26 points.

UAM wins third game in Hawaii

KJ Lesure had 20 points, 9 assists and 8 rebounds to pace the University of Arkansas at Monticello in a 93-68 victory over Saint Martin's on Saturday in the DII Power Invitational in Honolulu.

Justin Slocum added 17 points, and Wanya King added 15 points for the Weevils (11-2), who won their third consecutive game in the tournament.

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Strong defense keys Lyon victory

Lyon College led by six points at halftime but limited William Woods College to just 10 second-half points to earn a 53-34 victory Saturday in Batesville.

Liz Hernandez had 15 points and 7 rebounds, and Madison Riley added 13 points and 6 rebounds for the Scots (11-1, 7-0 American Midwest Conference).

Carleigh Jenkins had 11 points to lead William Woods (8-4, 3-4).

-- Democrat-Gazette Press Services

Sports on 12/22/2019

Print Headline: State Sports Briefs

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