NEW YORK —
St. Francis 64
St. Francis (N.Y.) 61
NEW YORK – Earl Brown scored 19 points and pulled down 12 boards to help St. Francis (Pa.) snap an eight-game losing streak and win just its second game of the season, edging St. Francis Brooklyn 64-61 Saturday.
Ollie Jackson added 14 points and Tony Peters chipped in 13 for the Red Flash.
The Terriers (9-12, 5-5 Northeast Conference) led 56-55 with 3:20 left to play before Jackson and Peters combined to score the Red Flash’s next six points. The Terriers missed three layups and a 3-pointer during the spurt and did not score again until Jalen Cannon’s layup with 22 seconds showing.
The Red Flash (2-19, 2-8) shot 55 percent (24 of 44), their second best output this season, and held the Terriers to 38 percent (22 of 58).
Cannon posted 20 points and 11 rebounds for the Terriers, who shot a season low nine percent (2 of 21) from 3-point range.
Hilbert 86, Mount Aloysius 79
HAMBURG, N.Y. – Foul shooting woes got the best of Mount Aloysius, as Hilbert College upset the Mounties.
Mount Aloysius shot an abysmal 12-24 from the line. Hilbert, however, was able to connect on 32-42 of their foul shots.
The Mounties held a 10-point advantage with 5:09 to play in the first half. But a string of Hilbert free throws to end the opening period allowed the Hawks to narrow the gap to just 37-35 at the break.
An Anthony Hodge free throw with 7:26 to play gave Hilbert a 64-63 lead. Mount Aloysius was unable to regain the lead the rest of the contest.
Jeff Stem scored 22 points for Mount Aloysius, while Dameon Turner had 15 points and 9 rebounds.
Hodge topped Hilbert with 24 points.
Comm. College of Beaver Co. 101 Penn Highlands 65
Behind Bernard Francis’ 22 points, Community College of Beaver County improved to 18-0 by trouncing host Penn Highlands.
The Black Bears’ Rashaud Kelly had a double-double with 18 points and 10 rebounds while Jordan Swauger added 18 points and 6 rebounds. Jermaine Graves and Grant Speigle each scored in double figures with 13 and 11 points, respectively. Penn Highlands fell to 7-8.