Motlow Earns Split With Snead St

Kevanta Black hits a free-throw against Snead St... Photo by Barry West

In college basketball on Wednesday night Motlow played host to Snead St from Boaz, Alabama. In the women’s contest the Lady Bucks shot poorly from the field falling 67-49. Motlow was led in scoring by Chelsey Wiseman with 17 and Presley Owen added 15 and Lashundra Rice chipped in with 11. The Lady Bucks are at home Saturday against the Nashville All-Stars starting at 2pm.

In the men’s game the 28th nationally ranked Motlow Bucks fell behind by as much as 15 points in the 2nd half before making a comeback. Chris Hawkins who has not played much because of injuries came off the bench to score a team high 17 as Motlow beat the Parsons 67-65. With the win the Bucks moved to 10-2 on the season. Sean Gardner added 12 and J.C. Bonny off the bench had 10 points.

The Motlow men will play at home Saturday against Mid Continent College.