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C-HOOP.....TITANS & WARRIORS BOTH LOSE ON THE ROAD, Th 1/3/08
Posted on: 01-03-2008

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>>caption:  UDM's JON GOODE<<

@ GREEN BAY, WI:     The UDM Titans
remained winless in Horizon LGE men's
basketball play (0-&-3) after a 78-52
defeat at Wisconsin-Green Bay on
Thursday night.
    G-Bay used an 11-0 run to help build
a 35-26 halftime lead, then followed with
a 12-2 surge shortly after intermission
to blow the game open at 49-31.
    Jon Goode's third 3-pointer of the contest had given Detroit its last lead at
16-14 midway through the 1st-H.
    Goode's 5-of-7 performance in shooting 3-balls made him the only Titan to
score in double figures with 19-P. Zach Everingham was next UDM best with
9-P. Detroit's Chris Hayes (3-P) shot 0-for-6 from the field, but did grab a
game-high 9-RB.
    Four Phoenix players scored in double figures, led by Ryan Tillema's game-high
23-P. Rahmon Fletcher added 14-P, Mike Schachtner 11-P and reserve Cordero
Barkley 10-P for Green Bay.
    UW-G-Bay went to 8-&-5 overall including 2-&-1 in the Horizon. UDM fell to
4-&-9 on the season.
    The Titans conclude a two-game Wisconsin road trip at UW-Milwaukee Saturday.      
       
@ FINDLAY, OH:     Two of the top men's hoop teams in the GLIAC evened their
conference records Thursday evening, with #15 nationally ranked Findlay holding
on for a 55-53 home court win over Wayne State.
    Morgan Lewis made one of two free throws for the Oilers with 11-sec to play
to give Findlay its two point margin. Wayne's Lendyn Davis missed a jumper try
with 5-sec left, WSU's Lorenzo McClelland got the corner rebound, but his feed
inside to teammate Wynn Sarden for a potential try to tie saw McClelland's pass
go out of bounds.
    Lee Roberts of the Oilers had a co-game-high of 14-P. Lewis added 13-P
and Marcus Parker 10-P for UF.
    Jason Saddler led the Warriors with a co-game-high of 14-P. McClelland had 13-P
and Davis 12-P. Sarden had 9-P and a game-high 9-RB.
    Findlay's 55-P were a season low while Wayne held a foe under 60-P for the
fifth time in a dozen outings.
    Findlay improved to 11-&-2 overall while Wayne dipped to 8-&-4. Both teams
are 2-&-2 in GLIAC play.  
    Wayne next plays JAN 9TH at Ferris State.

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