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[JAN. 10, 2004]  KASKASKIA -- Kaskaskia handed the Lynx a 75-60 setback on Wednesday night. The loss drops the Lynx to 6-7 for the season, and Kaskaskia improves to 4-9.

Both teams shot 27 field goals; however, Kaskaskia shot 69 percent from the free-throw line, sinking 16 of 23 shots. Lincoln College shot only 27 percent from the free-throw line for a total of three points.

At the half, LC trailed 25-29 hitting 11 of 29 field goal attempts. They sank 16 of 34 in the second half. That wasn't enough to oust Kaskaskia's 46 second-half points.

Rodney Williams led the Lynx with 19 points, while Rueben Trotter netted 12. Tony Gulley also shot double figures with 10 points. Lincoln's Michael Henderson grabbed 11 rebounds for the Lynx.

Kaskaskia's leaders were Trey Williams with 20 points, Shaun Durant with 18, and Jake Bayer and Jason Guyette with 12 points each.

 

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Kaskaskia (75) -- Jake Bayer 4-2-12, Josh Weir 0-0-0, Doug Junkins 3-3-9, Trey Williams 7-5-20, Tom Tomie 0-0-0, Matt Maddox 0-0-0, Jason Guyette 3-4-12, Travoonti Walker 2-0-4, Shaun Durant 8-2-18. Totals: 27-16-75. Three-point goals: Bayer 2, Guyette 2, Williams.

Lincoln College (60) -- Tony Gulley 5-0-11, Stevan Nelson 0-0-0, Michael Henderson 4-1-9, Rodney Williams 8-1-19, Rueben Trotter 6-0-12, Nick Malone 1-0-2, Andre Mayne 1-0-2, Nick Boyd 0-0-0, Ryan Lazzarini 2-1-5. Totals: 27-3-60. Three-point goals: R. Williams 2, Gulley.

[Lincoln College news release]

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