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Glenville too much for Lady Senators

Late free throw lifts Concord by Lady Bobcats

The Inter-Mountain photo by Edgar Kelley Davis & Elkins College’s Jamiyah Johnson goes to the basket during Wednesday night’s MEC contest against Glenville State.

ELKINS — Re’Shawna Stone led five teammates in double figures with 26 points as Glenville State rolled to a 118-85 win over Davis & Elkins Wednesday in Mountain East Conference action at the McDonnell Center.

Stone added five assists, three rebounds and two steals to go with her team-high points as the Lady Pioneers (11-4, 7-2 MEC) broke open a 31-31 deadlock after one quarter of play with a 31-18 scoring advantage in the second, giving the visitors a 62-49 lead at the break.

Glenville State then put the contest to rest in the third quarter, outscoring the Lady Senators, 37-16, and taking a 99-65 lead into the final canto.

Zakiyah Winfield followed Stone in the scoring column for the Lady Pioneers with 20 points. Emily Stoller added 15 points, while Ty Armstrong tossed in 13.

Victoria Brown and Abby Stoller rounded out the double-digit scorers for Glenville State with 10 points each. Abby Stoller had a team-high 12 caroms and Brown pulled down seven.

Jamiyah Johnson continued her stellar play for D&E (2-12, 2-7), collecting another double-double with 31 points and 12 rebounds.

Peyton Mohler followed with 11 points for the Lady Senators, while Jay Kilpatrick and Sydney Nestor connected for 10 points each.

The Lady Senators will return to action on Saturday when they travel to Athens for another conference contest against Concord. The Lady Pioneers will entertain West Virginia Wesleyan the same day.

Concord 65, WVWC 64

BUCKHANNON — Madison May’s free throw with one second remaining in regulation lifted Concord to a 65-64 win over West Virginia Wesleyan Wednesday in Mountain East Conference action inside the Rockefeller Center.

With the contest tied at 64-64 late in the contest, May was fouled on a fastbreak where she went to the foul line for two shots with just one tick left. After missing the first shot from the charity stripe, May knocked down the second to give the Lady Mountain Lions (10-4, 7-2 MEC) the victory.

Maggie Guynn led Concord with 21 points, followed by May with 16. Riley Fitzwater also reached double figures for the visitors with 13 points. May added 10 rebounds to her point total to finish with a double-double.

Brittany Stawovy paced the Lady Bobcats (3-12, 1-8) with 16 points. Abi Gabauer followed with 14 points and nine rebounds, while Courtney Wilfong scored nine points and dished out four assists. Malaika Kimmons pulled down 14 rebounds for the hosts.

Wesleyan held a 28-25 lead at the half before the Lady Mountain Lions used an 18-12 scoring edge in the third quarter to take 43-40 lead into the final period.

The Lady Bobcats will travel to Glenville State for their next matchup on Saturday. Concord will play host to Davis & Elkins College the same evening.