Women's Basketball

2008-2009 Press Releases


(4/23) Mineral Area Women's basketball team announces the signing of Vivian Essuon. The 6'1 Post player from Brampton, Ontario will transfer to MAC as a sophomore. Essuon played for Sheridan College of Ontario, Canada last season. Sheridan College won the Ontario College Athletic Association Conference last year with a 14-0 record. Their final overall record was 32-6 and they lost in the CCAA National Championship game. Vivian Essuon was named to OCCA Conference All Rookie Team during her freshman season.  "Vivian is very strong post player and a great rebounder. She should help fill a void left by the graduation of three solid interior players," commented Head Coach Gary Koch.

(4/14) Two stand-out MAAA Conference players sign at Mineral Area for the 2009-10 season.  All-State basketball players Molly Barnes and Taylor Jensen of Farmington High School both signed on Thursday to continue to play basketball in the Parkland as newly acquired members of Coach Gary Koch's Mineral Area College Lady Cardinals.  Barnes is a 5'8" forward that earned MAAA 2nd Team All-Conference honors this past season.  She averaged 16.3, PPG 3.9 RPG, and 2.6 APG for the Knightettes.  Barnes was also named to the KTJJ Dream team, was the MVP of the Daily Journal High School All-Star game, and selected to the All-Tournament Team in the SEMO Tournament.  Taylor Jensen, a 5'7" point guard, earned Missouri Sportswriters 1st Team All-State honors as a senior.  She averaged 11.6 PPG, 2.5 RPG, and 4.5 APG notching her MAAA 1st Team All-Conference, All-District (1st Team), and All-Region (1st Team) honors, and was named to the KTJJ Dream Team.  DJ Article

(4/13) Mineral Area College signs stand-out PG Shelbee Cowart from Laquey High School.  Shelbee Cowart had a great Wednesday afternoon as she signed a college letter of intent to attend Mineral Area College and was named to the Missouri All-State Class 2A basketball team.  The Frisco League MVP averaged nearly 18 PPG, 5 RPG and 5 APG, while shooting 50% from the floor during her senior season.  The 5'5" super quick PG lead her Hornets team to the Missouri Class 2A state quarterfinals for only the second time in school history.  Cowart has earned all-district honors in soccer and basketball, has made it to the state cross-country meet three times, and is considered one of the best female athletes in Laquey High School History.  WDG Article

(4/10) Cardinals ink Hanna Vette, a Missouri All-State performer from Rock Port High School. Hanna Vette, a 5'8" guard/forward, signed with Mineral Area College as the signing period opened. She earned Missouri Sportswriters 1st Team All-State and Missouri Basketball Coach’s Association 1st Team All-State honors as a senior.  Vette was also honored as an All-District (1st Team), and All-Region (1st Team) performer and was named to the All-Conference (1st Team).  She is from the same high school as current Cardinal Karley Evans. 

(3/27) Mineral Area College Women's Basketball team completes their 2008-09 season with a 22-10 record. The Cards finished with an 8-3 record in Region XVI and a 6-2 record in the MCCAC Conference, finish in second place in both organizations.  The Lady Cardinals also finished 2nd in the Region 16 Tournament losing to Jefferson College in the championship game. This was the second time in three years MAC has reached the Region Championship Game.

MAC did not crack the top 25 rankings this year but 19 of their games were against opponents who were ranked in the preseason, ranked in the regular season, or participated in the National Tournament. In those 19 games MAC had a 12-7 record.  MAC was 10-7 in the first half of the season, playing much better in the second half going 12-3 down the stretch.

MCCAC All-Conference 1st Team members from MAC were Gretchen Gaskin and Caitlin Shadbolt, while second team honors went to LaShayla Bell and Briley Milfeld.  NJCAA All-Region XVI First Team honors went to Caitlin Shadbolt and LaShayla Bell.

(3/8) The Cards end a great season with 22 wins, but can't grab number 23 in Region Championship game over #1 and undefeated Jefferson.  The Vikings started the game on a monster run and never looked back charging to a 39-15 lead at the half.  Mineral Area was feisty and didn't let the score slow them down as they battled in the second half, playing the #1 team in the nation to within 10 over the final 20 minutes.  MAC was on the wrong side of a 84-50 score, but finished one win away from the National Tournament.  The Cards were led by Sarah Eagan with 13 points & 6 rebounds.  Caitlin Shadbolt added 10 points & 7 rebounds, and Briley Milfeld finished with 8 points and 5 rebounds.  The Cards finished 22-10 earning second place in Region XVI and second place in the MCCAC Conference.  Box Score  

(3/7) #2 seeded Cardinals advance to Region XVI Championship game with 51-49 semi-final win over Greyhounds.  Mineral Area led 26-21 at the half and stretched the lead to 15 points in the second half.  But, a feisty #3 seed Moberly team fought back to within a bucket late.  The Cards were led by Gretchin Gaskin with 14 points, 6 rebounds, and 3 assists.  Caitlin Shadbolt added 11 points, 11 rebounds, and 4 assists.  LaShayla Bell added 8 points and 9 rebounds for the Cards as they advance to the Championship game on Saturday, March 7, at 1:00pm.  The Cardinals (22-9) will face #1 seed and #1 Nationally-ranked Jefferson College (31-0) at the Farmington Civic Center for a trip to the National Championship Tournament.  Box Score

(3/6) Four Cardinals grab MCCAC All-Conference post-season honors. Gretchen Gaskin, a 5’9” SO PG from Orland Park, IL, averaged 13.0 ppg, 3.9 rpg, 4.3 apg, and 1.7 spg.  Gretchen transferred from a Division 1 program and solidified the point guard position this year.  She penetrates well, shoots the jumper or passes to teammates for easy buckets.  She has shown the ability to shoot the three pointer during conference play, and led MAC in scoring and assists.  Gretchen received 1st team MCCAC All-Conference honors this year.  Caitlin Shadbolt, 6’2”  SO Center from Coomboona, Austrailia, averaged 12.2 ppg, 7.1 rpg, 1.4 apg, and 81.4 FT%.  Caitlin was a 2 year starter for MAC that received 1st team MCCAC All-Conference honors this year.  Shadbolt came to MAC as a post player who could score around the basket and she has now elevated her game to become a perimeter threat.  Caitlin was MAC's 2nd leading scorer with a 12.2 ppg and 2nd leading rebounder at 7.1 rpg.  LaShayla Bell, 5’10” SO PF from St. Louis, MO, averaged 10.4 ppg, 7.8 rpg, 1.6 apg, 1.3 spg earned MCCAC honorable mention All-Conference honors this year.  She was a former star track athlete used her athletic prowess to rebound and play stellar defense this year.  Ball was the defensive stopper and leading rebounder, as well as earning the most improved player label. Briley Milfeld, 5’9” SO Guard/Forward from Farmington, MO, averaged 10.4 ppg, 2.2 rpg, 2.5 apg, and has made 69 3-pointers this year.  Briley was the team's main perimeter threat and increased her scoring substantially from freshman to sophomore year.  Briley was the team captain this year and team leader both on and off the court.  Briley had a 36.5 3FG% and 80.6 FT% leading to MCCAC honorable mention All-Conference honors.

(3/3) NJCAA Region XVI Tournament: #2 Mineral Area College defeats #7 Crowder College in a 77-57 first-round win for the Cardinals.  Mineral Area opened the game on a 10-0 run and rarely looked in the rearview mirror as they kept their foot on the gas all game long.  The Cardinals led the Roughriuders 37-29 at the half and advanced to the semi-finals of the tournament with the 20-point victory.  Gretchen Gaskin led the way with 20 points, 6 rebounds, 6 assists, and 2 steals.  Caitlin Shadbolt played through a sore shoulder and scored 18 points, while adding 5 rebounds.  LaShayla Bell chipped in 14 & 7, Briley Milfeld added 12 points, and Karley Evans had 7 assists.  Box Score

(2/26) Mineral Area knocks off Crowder for the second time this season.  The Cardinals defeated the Roughriders 76-54 at the Sechrest Fieldhouse.  Mineral Area was led by Jessica McQuinn with 18 points & 6 rebounds.  Caitlin Shadbolt added 17 points & 8 rebounds, Gretchin Gaskin helped with 13 points, 2 assists & 3 steals, and FHS standout Briley Milfeld added 11 points.  The MAC Cardinals earned the 20th win of the season with a regular season game left this Saturday. Box Score

(2/23) Cardinals earn #2 seed in Region XVI Tournament with second win this season over Three Rivers.  Mineral Area took an early lead, but fell behind 39-28 at the half. Gretchin Gaskin led a furious comeback with 27 points, 7 rebounds, and 4 assists.  The Cards (19-9) took a lead and held on for a 68-57 win over the Raiders in Poplar Bluff.  Caitlin Shadbolt added 16 & 7 and LaShayla Bell chipped in 9 & 10.  Box Score

(2/18)  MAC Cardinals grab MCCAC Conference win 79-65 over Forest Park.  The Cards grabbed a 34-20 advantage at the half and played a dead even 45-45 second half to earn a 14 point win over the Highlanders.  LaShayla Bell led the way with 13 points & 11 rebounds.  Gretchen Gaskin scored 12 points & added 5 assists, Caitlin Shadbolt added 11 points & 7 rebounds, while Jessica McQuin chipped in 10 points & 7 steals.  Box Score  

(2/15)  Mineral Area comeback stalls in closing minutes at Moberly.  The Cards trailed 25-16 at the half and clawed their way back within two possessions.  But, the Greyhounds ended with four players in double figures, leading to a 56-44 win over the visiting Cardinals.  Caitlin Shadbolt scored 19 & grabbed 12 boards, while Gretchin Gaskin added 8 points, 5 rebounds, & 4 assists.  Box Score

(2/13) Cardinals move to 6-2 in Region XVI play with an OT win at Iowa Western.  MAC trailed 40-32 at the half, but came from behind to take a second-half lead.  The Reivers tied the game at 71-71 and sent it to OT.  The Cards dominated the extra frame 12-4 to earn a 83-75 win in Council Bluffs, IA. Caitlin Shadbolt led the Cards with 23 & 11, Gretchen Gaskin added 17 points, 7 rebounds & 6 assists, and LaShayla Bell chipped in 15 points & 11 rebounds.  Box Score

(2/3) Mineral Area College stays red hot with six wins in their last seven games.  The Blue Storm were the Cardinals victim on Monday night, as MAC swept SWIC on the season with a 60-47 victory in Belleville, IL.  Caitlin Shadbolt led MAC with 14 points and 14 rebounds.  LaShayla Bell added 12 & 6, and Leola Hubbard chipped in 9.  Box Score

(2/2) Cardinals flying high with 81-65 Region XVI win over the Roadrunners.  Coach Koch has MAC peaking at the right time with wins in 9 of their last 12 games.  The Cards overcame a slow shooting first-half that ended with State Fair taking a two-point lead at 39-37.  A 44-26 second-half performance propelled the Cards to a win in Sedalia.  LaShayla Bell was dominant with 26 points and 10 rebounds.  Sherry Glennie had a break-out game adding 14 & 7, while Gretchin Gaskin chipped in 11 and 6 assists.  Box Score  

(1/30) Mineral Area College drops second contest to #1 Jefferson in the month of January.  The Cardinals are perfect this season in Region and MCCAC Conference play, except for the pair of losses to the undefeated Vikings.  The Cards trailed #1 43-30 at the break and dropped to 14-8 with the 88-50 loss at Hillsboro.  Caitlin Shadbolt scored 11 and grabbed 9 rebounds and Gretchin Gaskin added 10.  The Vikings were led by Danielle Adams with 16 & 10, one of five players in double figures.  Box Score

(1/24) Cards stay red hot with a 65-45 win over #11 Moberly Area Community College.  Mineral Area College grabed a 23-17 half-time lead over the visiting Greyhounds and never looked back.  The Cardinals outscored the Hounds 42-28 in the second frame with a strong performance from Gretchin Gaskin who scored 16 and added 7 assists.  Caitlin Shadbolt and LaShayla Bell notched double-doubles with 13 & 10 for Shadbolt and 12 & 10 for Bell.  The win over #11 MACC puts Mineral Area in second place in Region XVI at 4-1 making their Wednesday match-up with #1 Jefferson a battle for first-place.  Box Score

(1/23) Mineral Area moves to 3-1 in Region XVI play with a 63-41 win over visiting Iowa Western.  The Cards jumped out to a 30-17 half-time lead over the Lady Reivers and never trailed again.  Coach Koch's squad continued to play well outscoring the visitors from Council Bluffs 33-24 in the second frame.  Gretchin Gaskin led the way with 15 points & 4 assists.  Caitlin Shadbolt added 12, and LaShayla Bell notched a double-double with 10 points & 11 rebounds. Box Score

(1/17) The Cardinals grab a road Region XVI win with a 62-53 win over the Roughriders.  Mineral Area trailed 27-25 at the half, but outscored Crowder by 11 points in the second half.  LaShayla Bell led the Cards with 16 points and 10 rebounds, Caitlin Shadbolt added 16, and Gretchin Gaskin had a solid all-around game with 13 points, 8 rebounds, and 6 assists.  Box Score

(1/10)  Cardinals outplay Raiders in the second half to earn Region XVI & MCCAC Conference win 76-71.  Mineral Area trailed Three Rivers 34-27 at the half, but exploded to score 49 in the second frame.  Jessica McQuinn led the way with 20, and LaShayla Bell added 18.  Farmington product Briley Milfeld hit three clutch three-pointers and finished with 16.  Washington led the Raiders with 28.  MAC connected on 7 threes, while TRCC knocked down 3.  Box Score

(1/8) The Mineral Area Cardinals couldn't end #1 Jefferson College's undefeated season in Region opener.  The Cards played the Vikings tough, trailling 37-23 at the half.  But, Danielle Adams and LaToya Johnson each scored 21 for the #1 team in the country leading to a 71-52 victory to extend Jefferson's winning streak to 18.  Gretchen Gaskin led the way for MAC with 13 points, and Sherrie Glennie added 12 & 6.  Box Score

(12/31)  Mineral Area earns a split at Southwest Tennessee Classic in Memphis, TN.  The Cards trailed 34-27 at the half, but outscored Shelton State (AL) 31-18 in the second half to earn a 58-52 victory.  Caitlin Shadbolt led MAC with 17 and 7, Gretchin Gaskin added 16, and Jessica McQuinn chipped in 14.  Box Score Mineral Area led 34-31 at the half in the second-day action against Lawson State (AL), but dropped a 66-60 decision.  Gretchin Gaskin led the way with 16, Caitlin Shadbolt had 13 points and 15 rebounds, Jessica McQuinn added 11 & 8, and Briley Milfeld chipped in 10.  Box Score

(12/20)  Mineral Area Cardinals stay perfect at 3-0 in the Conference with a 94-47 win over Meramec.  MAC jumped out to a 35-24 lead in the first half of their last MCCAC game of the first semester.  The Cards pulled away from the Magic in St. Louis with a 59-23 second half margin.  Jessica McQuin led the way with 18 points and 8 rebounds, Gretchin Gaskin added 14 and 9 assists, and LaShayla Bell chipped in 14.  Sherry Glennie scored 13 and added 9 rebounds, and Briley Milfeld added 11.  Box Score

(12/18) Cardinals win OT thriller on the road: 83-80 over #23 Rend Lake.  MAC traveled to Ina, IL, to face the Warriors in a mid-December clash with another ranked opponent.  The Cards led 33-25 at the half, but the home team closed the gap to tie the game at 65 at the end of regulation.  The Cardinals outscored Rend Lake 18-15 in OT to earn a victory.  Caitlin Shadbolt led the way with 27 points and 12 rebounds, Gretchin Gaskin had 22 points, 8 rebounds, and 6 assists, and Briley Milfeld added 15 points.  Box Score    

(12/13)  Mineral Area College knocks off Vincennes University to avenge an early season loss.  The Cards led 34-27 at the half, and earned the 77-69 win over the Trailblazers in the Rotary Shootout co-feature game.  Caitlin Shadbolt scored 23 and grabbed 6 rebounds to lead the Cards.  Briley Milfeld added 14 points and 8 assists, while Jessica McQuinn chipped in 12 on 6/9 shooting from the floor.  Box Score

(12/8)  Mineral Area on the wrong end of a one-point game, drop 53-52 decision to Kaskaskia College.  The Cardinals led the Blue Angels 28-24 at the half after taking a 12-point first-half lead.  KC, led by Whitney Williams with 15, outscored MAC 29-24 to earn the win at the MO/IL Shootout in Belleville, IL.  The Cardinals were led by LaShayla Bell and Caitlin Shadbolt with 11 each.  Box Score

(12/5)  MAC Women drop 77-68 road contest to Northwest Mississippi CC.  The Cardinals were looking to avenge an early-season double-OT loss to the Lady Rangers.  The Cards trailed 35-28 at the half and dropped the decision by nine.  Briley Milfeld led the way with 15 points, Gretchen Gaskin added 12 and 5 rebounds, and LaShayla Bell chipped in a dozen and 7 rebounds.  Box Score

(12/1)  Cardinals earn two wins at Vincennes (IN) Classic, highlighted by 105-point output in game two win.  Mineral Area took a 44-18 lead over Malcolm X (Chicago, IL) and never looked back earning a 85-57 win on Friday.  Loela Hubbard led the way with 14 & 5.  Gretchin Gaskin and LaShayla Bell each added 13 points. Box Score The Cardinals grabbed another early lead with a 64-33 half-time margin, cruising to a 105-59 victory over Southeastern Illinois (Harrisburg, IL) Briley Milfeld led the way with 21 (5/7 3FG) and Kayla Tisza added 18.  Box Score   The Cards dropped their Sunday game to the host Trailblazers from Vincennes University 74-62.  Gretchin Gaskin had 19 points and 5 rebounds, while Briley Milfeld scored 11.  Box Score

(11/24)  Mineral Area makes furious comeback to take a lead over #2 Kirkwood with 2.7 seconds left.  But, the storybook ending slipped away as Kirwood dropped in a buzzer-beater to escape with a 69-68 win to close women's action in the Bob Sechrest Classic.  The Cardinals were led by Briley Milfeld's 24 points (6/9 3FG) and Gretchin Gaskin with 13 points and 6 assists.  Gaskin hit a shot with 2.7 seconds left to cap off a late surge by the Cards that helped to overcome a 10 point defecit in the closing moments.  But, Kirkwood ended the game for the second night in a row in heart-breaking fashion with a buzzer-beater shot for the win.  Box Score

(11/22)  Cards still unbeaten in regulation, but drop a double OT decision to Rangers in Bob Sechrest Classic.  Mineral Area had several chances to win the game against Northwest Mississippi, but the game slipped away ending in a 78-71 loss.  The Cards led 25-23 at the half, built a late second half lead, and the game ended at 58-58 in regulation.  Each team scored 8 in OT and NWMCC added a 12-5 advantage in double OT.  LaShayla Bell scored 16 points and grabbed 15 rebounds, Caitlin Shadbolt added 14 points, and Jessica McQuin chipped in 12.  Tamara Wadlington led the Rangers with 23.  Box Score

(11/20)  Milfeld hits three pointer in final seconds to help Cardinals earn a 64-61 victory over #6 Lewis & Clark.  Mineral Area grabbed a key MCCAC win after a ten-day layoff to move to 4-0 (2-0) on the season.  Gretchen Gaskin led the way with 16 points & 6 assists and Briley Milfeld ended with 14 points, including a game-winning three.  Caitlin Shadbolt grabbed 11 rebounds and Karley Evans had 8 assists in the Carindals third straight win over nationally ranked opponents.  Lindsey Rujawitz led the Trailblazers with 23.  Box Score

(11/10) Cardinals move to 3-0 on the season and sweep the MAC Veterans' Day Classic with a 57-48 win over #15 Southwestern Illinois.  Mineral Area led the BlueStorm 30-24 at the half and continued to play well earning their second win in two days.  LaShayla Bell led the Cards with 13 & 11, Caitlin Shadbolt added 12 & 6, and Farmington product Briley Milfeld added 11 & 3 assists.  Angelique Ford led SWIC with 10 points.  Box Score

(11/9)  Mineral Area wins opener in MAC's Veterans' Day Classic by holding on to beat #17 Seward County (KS).  The Cards took a 30-21 lead into the half of their home opener over the Saints on Saturday night.  Mineral Area opened up a double-digit lead behind a strong performance from Briley Milfeld with 15 points and 5 rebounds.  The Cards held off a late comeback attempt by hitting 6 free-throws down the stretch to earn the 56-50 victory.  Caitlin Shadbolt chipped in a double-double with 10 points and 12 rebounds, while LaShayla Bell added 9 points and 10 rebounds. Box Score  

(11/5)  Cards win season opener over MCCAC Conference opponent Florissant Valley on the road. Mineral Area got off to a slow start in their season opener, leading a scrappy host in Florissant Valley 34-31. Gretchen Gaskin helped the Cards pull away in the second half with a game high 18 points.  Sherry Glennie added 13, and Caitlin Shadbolt scored 11 & grabbed 13 rebounds.  The Cards finally pulled away to grab a 56-55 win over the Fury and move to 1-0 mon the season and in the MCCAC Conference.  Box Score

(9/17) Head Coach Gary Koch announces 2008-09 roster for Mineral Area's Women's Basketball Cardinals.  MAC will have four returning sophomores from last year's 14-17 team.  These four players were a big reason the Cards won their last five regular-season games.  Caitlin Shadbolt (6'2" C) is the leading returner with 11.5 points and 6.1 rebounds a game.  Farmington High School standout Briley Milfeld (5'9" G) is the only returning guard, and averaged 6.4 points, 2.7 assists, and 2.1 rebounds as a freshman.  LaShayla Bell (5'10" F) returns 6.1 points and 6.2 rebounds, while Sherry Glennie (6'2" C) put up 4.3 points and 3.7 rebounds last season.  The Cards will add experience with a solid PG via the transfer wire.  Gretchen Gaskin (5'9" G) transfered from NCAA DI Seton Hall University after her freshman season.  The Cardinals have signed seven freshmen for the 2008-09 season.  Sarah Eagan (5'8" G) from South Shelby (Shelbina, MO), Kayla Tisza (5'9" G) Mother McAuley (Chicago, IL), Leola Hubbard (5'5" G) Caruthersville (MO), Karley Evans (5'9" G) from Rock Port (MO), Jessica McQuin (5'8" F) Brackenridge (San Antonio, TX), Lakia White (5'8" F) St. Louis, MO (Miller's Career Academy), and Katie Flanary (6'0" F) from Jefferson City (Holt's Summitt, MO) are all expected to make a quick transition from high school into the program.

(4/19)  Lesley Adams signs National Letter of Intent to attend DI Southeast Missouri State University.  The 6-2 power forward/center averaged 8.8 points per game, 1.2 steals per game and led the team in rebounding with 7.4 per game. She started in every game for the Cardinals over the past two seasons, earning 2007-08 First Team All Region XVI honors.  Adams recorded five double-doubles in 2007-08 season including a 20 point 15 rebound game against Olney Central College. She scored a career-high 21 points on 8-15 shooting from the field and a perfect 5-5 from the charity stripe while collecting 10 caroms against State Fair Community College. During her freshman season she averaged 7.4 ppg and a team-high 7.9 rpg. Adams played her prep ball at Career Academy in St. Louis.  Press Release

(3/9)  NJCAA All Region XVI selections include three Cardinals: Adams, Sands, and Fraser-Jones. Last month, three Cardinals were selected to the All-Conference team.  The same three MAC players were selected by the Region Coaches for honors.  Leandra Sands, a 5'5" guard, was named to the First Team.  She averaged 9.7 points, 3.6 rebounds, and 3.9 assist a game.  Lesley Adams was also named to the All-Region XVI team.  The 6'2" power forward/center led the team in rebounding at 7.4 a game, and averaged 8.8 points and 1.2 steals per game. Sarah Fraser-Jones earned All-Region honorable mention honors this season.  Sarah averaged 6.7 points, 3.9 rebounds, 3.0 assists per game.

(2/28)  Three MAC Cardinals honored by MCCAC Conference Coaches.  Leandra Sands was named to the First Team MCCAC All-Conference list this season.  Sands, a 5'5" sophomore guard put up 9.7 points, 3.6 rebounds, and 3.9 assist a game.  Sarah Fraser-Jones earned second-team honors during her sophomore campaign.  The Eastern Kentucky signee averaged 6.7 points, 3.9 rebounds, 3.0 assists per contest.  Lesley Adams was also named to the All-Conference second-team this season.  The 6'2" post led the team in rebounding at 7.4 a game, and scored 8.8 and swiped 1.2 steals per game.


(3/1)  Mineral Area finished regular season on a 5 game winning streak with 73-70 win over Crowder in Neosho.  The Cardinals took a four point lead into the locker room at the half, and hung on for an impressive Region XVI road win that helped the Birds climb into a 3rd place tie in the Region standings.  Leandra Sands led the way with 16 points and LaShayla Bell added a double-double with 14 & 10.  Cobi Wires chipped in 13 & 5 assists, and Briley Milfeld added 11 & 3 asists.  Box Score