Canyon, TX – Thursday evening Cameron women drop game against West Texas A&M.
A tough night of shooting for the Aggies hurt their chances of a late game comeback.
Cameron shot just 23% in the first period and 22% in the third enroute to a 65-69 loss. The fourth period proved to be a bright spot on the night for the Aggies. The team shot an impressive 56% from the field as they stormed back from a 21 point deficit to come within four of the lead. The Aggies were also nearly perfect from the line. Cameron shot 15-16 (93%) from the charity stripe, 12 of which came in the second half.
Korie Allensworth led all scorers with 21. Allensworth also pulled down eight rebounds in the contest. Katie King contributed 19 points and four assists.
With the loss, Cameron falls to 7-13 overall and 5-9 in the Lone Star Conference.
The Aggies travel to Lubbock on Saturday to take on Lubbock Christian, games start at 1 p.m.
Aggie men lose 90-78
The Aggies men entered the contest riding a five game win streak, while the Buffaloes came in with an astounding 15 game win streak.
Cameron jumped out to an early seven-point lead with help from a Jaylan Thomas three-pointer. WT fought back quickly and took the lead with a three-pointer of their own. The Buffaloes would take a 13 point lead into halftime. The Aggies were able to come to within five points of the lead after another three-pointer, this time by Reggie Prudhomme. That was as close as the Aggies could get as WT would go on to win 90-78.
Lavell Brodnex grabbed a double-double for Cameron with 22 points and 10 rebounds. Daylon Andrews and Reggie Prudhomme each added 14 points in the effort.
Cameron drops to 13-7 overall and 9-5 in Conference play with the loss.