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January 11, 2019

Waxahachie, TX- Southwestern Assemblies of God University (SAGU) was back in action on Saturday night as they played host to a familiar Sooner Athletic Conference (SAC) foe, the Stars of Oklahoma City University (OCU). The Lions (12-2, 4-2) were able to hold off the charge of the Stars (8-6, 2-4) to win 83-73. 

Josh Kashila scores 30 and pulls down 15 rebounds in win over OCU

Top Performers

  • On a night where Josh Kashila (JR/Euless, TX) was honored for scoring 1,000 career points, he added to it with another monster performance scoring 30 points and grabbing 15 rebounds.
  • Nyk Mason (SO/Frisco, TX) added 18 points of his own and Kentton Williams (SR/Levelland, TX) was also solid with 14 points and 9 rebounds.
  • SAGU owned the glass as they outrebounded the Stars 46-29.
  • The Lions shot 47% (30-62) from the field, including 28% (8-28) from behind the arc.
  • SAGU cashed in on their offensive rebounds as they scored 11-second chance points to just 4 by OCU.

Lions Review

  • Kentton Williams put SAGU on the board first with an easy bucket in the paint.
  • The two teams battled back and forth and found themselves tied 14-14 with 10:54 left in the first half.
  • The Stars put together a quick 6-0 run but was immediately answered with a 7-0 run by SAGU that was capped by a massive alley-oop jam by Mason. The Lions lead 21-20 with just under 8:00 remaining before halftime.
  • The teams traded the lead over the next couple minutes, but a long three-pointer by Kashila gave SAGU a 34-29 lead.
  • OCU battled back and kept it a two-possession game at halftime 37-33.
  • Williams scored a quick five points to open up the half as SAGU led 42-35.
  • OCU battled back once again to make it 42-41, but once again it was Williams that answered to make it 44-41 with 16:14 left.
  • Mason scored 10 of the Lions 12 points during one stretch to give SAGU a 62-53 lead with 7:56 left in the game.
  • OCU hit a late three-pointer to cut the lead to 78-73, but late free throws by Noah Boling (FR/Van Alstyne, TX) and Darian Davis (SR/Garland, TX) clinched the game for the Lions.

What’s Next

SAGU (12-2, 4-2) will continue their homestand against the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (7-8, 2-4) on Thursday, January 16th at 7:45 at the Sheaffer Center on SAGU campus.

 

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