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Area women

Saint Francis hits marks in road win

Team and individual milestones were set for Saint Francis in a 102-66 road win at Mount Vernon (Ohio) Nazarene on Saturday.

The NAIA Division II top-ranked Cougars (22-0) won their 22nd straight game, setting a school record for most consecutive wins.

Saint Francis senior Jenelle Wilson scored 10 points to and surpass 1,000 for her career. The Norwell graduate has 1,001 career points and is the 19th woman in school history to accomplish the feat.

Freshman Paige Frisch led Saint Francis with 19 points, while senior Skylarr Shurn and sophomore Brooke Ridley each scored 16 points. Senior Kalah Baer added 10. Ridley and junior Emily Montgomery each had five rebounds.

Saint Francis made 33 of 62 shots (53 percent) and 24 of 26 free throws (92 percent).

GRACE 73, TAYLOR 72: In Upland, Juaneice Jackson had 25 points, six assists and three steals to lead the Lancers.

Grace (10-12, 6-4 Crossroads) also got nine points from Allison Kauffman and Lindsey Schaefer.

The Lancers made 20 of 29 from the free-throw line, including 13 of 17 in the second half.

HUNTINGTON 74, MARIAN 65: In Huntington, Amelia Recker scored 25 to lead the Foresters.

The Foresters made 30 of 53 shots (57 percent).

Courtney Baker added 10 assists and nine rebounds for Huntington (15-6, 7-3 Crossroads).

EARLHAM 81, MANCHESTER 70: In North Manchester, cold shooting hurt the Spartans.

Manchester (8-9, 4-5 HCAC) made only 22 of 59 shots (37 percent) and got 14 points from Justine Kruger.

The Spartans did hit 23 of 30 free throws (77 percent).

INDIANA TECH AT AQUINAS, ppd.: The game in Grand Rapids, Mich., was rescheduled for 2:30 p.m. today.

TRINE AT CALVIN, ppd.: The game in Grand Rapids, Mich. was rescheduled for 6 p.m. Monday.

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