SMCC's Katryna Gilson has her shot rejected by a CMCC defender during Thursday night's showdown. The Seawolves lost to the top-ranked Mustangs, 61-52, despite 10 points from Gilson and 14 from Alicia Hoyt. SMCC was coming off a 62-52 victory at NHTI. Hoyt had 13 points in that one. The Seawolves (15-8 overall, 9-4 in Yankee Small College Conference play) hosted U. Maine-Augusta Tuesday.
SMCC's Nate Dow drives to the hoop for two, but it wasn't enough as the men lost to CMCC, 73-65. The Seawolves couldn't hold a halftime lead and 21 points from former Deering High standout Jon Amabile wasn't enough. SMCC had lost the night before at NHTI, 98-80, despite 21 points from Emmanuel Donalson. The Seawolves took an 18-10 record (11-5 in conference into Tuesday's home game versus U. Maine-Augusta).
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