Day: November 27, 2019

LADY GREYHOUNDS MOVE TO 7-2

11/27/2019
The Moberly Area Community College Lady Greyhounds move to 7-2 on the year with a 62-32 win over Metropolitan Community College on November 26th. Both teams came out to somewhat of a slow start, with the first quarter ending in a tie with a score of 11-11. MACC used some defensive stops to get some easy points in transition in the second quarter, taking a 29-17 lead into the half. The defensive effort continued throughout the second half as the Lady Greyhounds allowed only 13 points.

Sophomore Chatori Tyler led MACC with 18 points, including 5 three pointers, and 10 rebounds. Freshman DeAnna Wilson recorded her 5th double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds. Sophomore Kaysie Newson added 9 points.

The Greyhounds are back in action this weekend at the MACC Thanksgiving Classic, hosted with the MACC men’s program. The Greyhounds take on Kennedy King at 5:00pm on Friday, Nov 29th and Lindenwood-Belleville on Saturday, November 30th at 5:00pm.

 

MACC GREYHOUNDS DEFEAT METROPOLITAN CC 115-71

3rd straight victory for NJCAA #21 ranked team

11/27/2019
The Moberly Area Comm. College Men’s Basketball Team defeated Metropolitan CC 115-71 on Wednesday evening at the the Fitzsimmons-John Arena. Moberly jumped out to an early 10-0 lead and eventually lead 48-35 at the half. Moberly went on a 15-3 run to start the second half and were never threatened. 6’5’ Frosh. Cortez Mosely lead Moberly in scoring with 23 points, 6’3” soph. guard Markelo Sullivan added 18 points(4 made treys), Eddie Creal and Tyrek Chambers scored 16 points each while 6’10” soph. post Dusan Mahorcic and Quinton Drayton contributed 11 points each. Wright lead Metropolitan CC in scoring with 18 points while Mgbemena added 14 points.

“I thought we came out really well but lost some of our intensity and substance as the first half went on,” said Coach Pat Smith, “However, really pleased at how we came out to start the second half and sustained throughout most of the remainder of the game. Big week for the Greyhounds and it only gets tougher now as we head into our Thanksgiving Classic against a very good Highland CC(Illinois) squad. Very pleased with where we are now but got to keep seeking the next level of togetherness, effort and execution.”

Moberly improved to 7-2 with the victory and are currently ranked #21 in latest NJCAA Poll while Metropolitan CC dropped to 3-6. Moberly returns to action this Friday in the MACC Thanksgiving Classic at 7 pm against top Region IV opponent Highland CC and will play #14 ranked Indian Hills Saturday evening at 7 pm as well.