• 59°

Wolves whip Trojans 71-60

MOOREHEAD — Joe Holliday pumped in a game-high 24 points tolead the Co-Lin Wolves to a 71-60 win over the Mississippi DeltaTrojans Thursday night. Holliday led from 3-point range with 6 onthe night. The Wolves recorded 13 treys on the night.

In the womens game, Miss. Delta came back in the second half toput away Co-Lin 48-40.

Co-Lin returns home to face Northwest Monday night. The NW menare ranked No. 7 in the country.

Co-Lin 71, Miss. Delta 60

The 4-2 Wolves led the Trojans 36-33 at the half and put thegame away in the final minutes.

“This was the best that we’ve shot the ball from the 3-pointline in my 10 years at Co-Lin,” said Co-Lin head men’s coach DennisSims. “Holliday shot the ball well the entire game while GericAnderson went 3-for-4 from the 3-point line in the first half.Ivory Dishmon made 4 three-pointers with 3 coming in the secondhalf.”

Contributing to the Co-Lin win with 16 points (4 treys) and 10assists was Ivory Dishmon. Anderson netted 11 points (3 treys).Tremaine Enoch was tops off the backboards with 10 rebounds.

Sims added that 6-10 center Christian Marshall returned to thecourt after recovering from knee surgery. Marshall scored 8 pointsin 12 minutes of play.

Dezah Harris scored 19 points for Miss. Delta. Mario Rhodesnetted 12 points. Dexter Williams grabbed 10 rebounds.

Miss. Delta 48, Co-Lin 40

The 2-4 Lady Wolves, coached by Gwyn Young, led the Lady Trojans20-17 at the half but were outscored 31-20 in the second half forthe loss.

“At this point and time, our offense is the worst I’ve had in 25years,” stated Young. “We need to be consistent at the end of thegame defensively. We need our players to be more focused and getsome team chemistry.”

Co-Lin was led by Nikki Williams with 12 points and 4 rebounds.Dominique Whitfield and Erica Trahan followed with 9 points apiece.Whitfield also grabbed 7 rebounds.

Pacing Miss. Delta was Shaquana Taylor with 10 points.