fall victim to hot shooting in 103-64 loss
Guy scores team-high 16 points in loss
(WC Press Release) Alliance, OH (January 10, 2004) -- The Wilmington
College Quakers fell victim to 64.5 percent shooting in a 39-point,
103-64 loss on Saturday afternoon.
Guy (Webb City, MO/Webb City) led the way for the Quakers in scoring
16 points while Tyran Thompson (Middleton/Middletown) added 14 for
the Green and White.
Quakers fell behind 8-0 in the first minute and a half, before they
scored 11 of the next 16 points to cut the deficit to two, two minutes
later. The closest that the Quakers would get would be two points
before the Purple Raiders used a 16-2 run at the end of the period
to take a 20-point, 51-31 lead.
Purple Raiders continued their hot streak in the second half, and
led by as many as 20 the whole way, as the team cruised to the win.
scored 16 points for the visitors while Thompson added 14 in the
losing effort. Stephen Gee (West Milton/Milton-Union) scored nine
while Mike King (Washington C.H./Miami Trace) in his first career
start, chipped in seven. Gee pulled down four rebounds to lead the
squad, while Thompson dished out four assists in the loss.
Purple Raiders put five players in double figure scoring in the
the loss the Quakers fall to 1-11 on the season and 1-5 in the OAC
while Mount Union improves to 9-4 and 4-2 in league action.
next game for the Green and White is on Wednesday, January 14, as
the team plays host to Otterbein College in Fred Raizk Arena, with
tip-off set for 7:30 p.m.