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Inland college roundup: Wednesday, January 3

By in Press Enterprise on January 4, 2018

By Sports Staff

The Cal Baptist women’s basketball team earned its first Pacific West Conference victory after dominating Dominican 94-76 at home in the CBU Events Center.
Tori Mitchell led CBU (7-6, 4-1) with 22 points and three blocks. She also added three rebounds, two assists and a steal.
Emily Schmidt had a double-double with 11 points and 11 rebounds.
Georgia Dale finished with 17 points. Meanwhile, Lexy Ram supplied 14 points and eight rebounds.
Ane Olaeta had a game-high eight assists. Olaeta also added six rebounds and three points.

San Diego City 67, San Bernardino Valley 65:
The Wolverines were led by Brianne Cheatum with 21 points as they fell the hosting San Diego City Knights.
Cheatum went 9-for-22 on the floor and made two 3-pointers, while adding seven assists.
Patience Hopkins followed with a double-double of 13 points and 10 rebounds. She also added seven steals.
Adrianna Brackins had a game-high 14 rebounds.
With the loss, SBVC drops to 8-7 overall.
Mt. San Jacinto 97, Imperial Valley 38:
The Eagles, who took a 62-22 lead at the half, improve to 16-1 on the season after defeating Imperial Valley on the road.
MSJC was led by Delacy Brown and Britney Thomas with 16 points each. Thomas had a double-double with 10 rebounds, while Brown added seven rebounds and five assists.
Chapman 67, University of Redlands 55:
Reyna Ta’amu led the Bulldogs as they fell to Chapman University in a Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game at home.
Although U of R shot 58 percent in the second half, they could not pull off the comeback victory.
Ta’amu scored 17 points with 11-for-13 shooting from the line. She also contributed a team-high eight rebounds. Allison Siksnus was the only other double-digit scorer for Redlands with 10 points.
Redlands drops to 5-7, 1-3 in conference.

Cal Baptist 84, Dominican 60:
The Lancers extended their winning-streak to five after defeating Dominican […]    

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