Local roundup: Turner, Wiley lead Mitchell to victory
South Hadley, Mass. — Le'Sandra Turner scored 24 points as the Mitchell College women's basketball team remained unbeaten in the New England Collegiate Conference with an 88-51 win over Lesley on Thursday night.
Amina Wiley had 19 points and 10 rebounds, Francesca Pinard had 11 points and seven rebounds, and Kelsey Hernandez scored 12 for the Mariners (7-5, 6-0). Dakota Jones scored 29 for the Lynx (0-12, 0-6).
In other games:
• Kyra Hartman scored 19 as Coast Guard overwhelmed winless Mount Holyoke, 86-21, in a New England Men’s and Women’s Athletic Conference game. Brenna Farrington had 13 points and 10 rebounds, Micaela Martinelli scored 11, and Laura Irish scored 10 for the Bears (4-10, 3-3), who led 44-6 at halftime. The Lyons (0-14, 0-6) shot 16.7-percent from the field (8-of-48).
• New England College used a strong second half to beat Mitchell, 84-67, win in an NECC game. Hasani Williams had 17 points and nine rebounds, Steffen Brunson had 11 points and eight assists and Matt Finke and Mailk Chase each scored 10 for Mitchell (7-6, 2-3), which was outscored 48-29 in the second half.
• No. 22 Coast Guard remained undefeated with a 179-89 win over Babson in a NEWMAC meet. Winning events for the Bears (6-0) were Josh Roh, Patrick Jackson, Chasse Sodemann, John Feller, Devin McClure, Eric Fuhs, Taylor Rowe and John Paul Arney. Coast Guard's 200 medley relay team of CJ Onweg, Sodemann, Tyler Dominick and Joe Rodriguez also won.
• Coast Guard swept a NEWMAC tri-meet, beating Babson 216-80 and Wellesley 166-134. Josie McGuire, Sophia Furigay, Kristen Durham-Young and Sarah Passilla won two events each for the Bears (5-1). Cece Marzinsky also won an event along with Coast Guard's 400 freestyle relay team of McGuire, Furigay, Emily Benson and Durham-Young.
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