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Archive for Sunday, November 28, 1993

HASKELL HITS CENTURY MARK AGAIN, THIS TIME IN WIN

November 28, 1993

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Haskell University's basketball players had already proved they could score. On Saturday night, they showed they could win, too.

After trailing by three points at halftime, the Indians snared a 105-95 basketbal victory over Emporia State's junior varsity at Coffin Complex.

It was the second time the Indians had scored over 100 points this season. The first time was a 121-113 loss to Northwestern Missouri in their season opener.

"They work real hard," Haskell coach Walt Wilson said. "I think we're going to score some. Our defense needs to get a little better. I'm hoping that will take care of things."

The Indians reeled off eight straight points midway through the second half to break a 71-71 deadlock.

"We played real well early, then we went into a kind of a lapse," Wilson said. "We looked good for a while and bad for a while, but we came back and played a really good second half. They looked really good, and executed for the most part."

Five Haskell players scored in double figures, led by C.T. Camel, with 22 points. Terry Brockie added 20 points, Ray Ellenwood 17, Rock LeBeau 14 and Dan Black 10.

"I think they just decided not to give up," Wilson said. "I'm really happy with that."

The Indians, 2-3, will play at Kemper Military on Tuesday night.

EMPORIA STATE JV (95)

Wayne Gross 4 2-2 12, Eric Swanson 4 2-6 10, Mike Burback 0 4-4 4, Brian Douglas 4 0-0 9, John Hiss 2 0-0 4, Travis Waters 2 0-0 4, Ryan Wedel 1 2-2 4, Ron Leonard 2 0-0 5, Sean Robbins 17 4-7 43. Totals 36 14-21 95.

HASKELL (105)

Theodore Bourgeau 2 3-4 8, C.T. Camel 8 2-2 22, Terry Brockie 8 4-5 20, Rock LeBeau 6 2-2 14, Dan Black 4 1-2 10, Chris Mendoza 4 0-1 9, Ray Ellenwood 6 3-4 17, Kenzie DeHose 1 3-4 5. Totals 39 18-24 105.

Emporia State 53 42 -- 95

Haskell 50 55 -- 105

Three-point goals -- Emporia 9-26, Haskell 9-12. Total fouls -- Emporia 20, Haskell 15. Fouled out -- Waters (Emporia).

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