MSU, High Schools Roundup: November 23

Hagan, Midwestern Race Past Northern New Mexico 107-48

Chris Hagan poured in a season-high 28 points to lead Midwestern State to a 107-48 win over Northern New Mexico Tuesday night at Hutchison Center.

The Mustangs used an 18-0 run late in the first half to turn a 21-point lead into a commanding 55-16 bulge when Melvin Clark hit the second of two 3-pointers with 3:37 left before halftime.

Midwestern would lead by as many as 62 points when Deuce Nichols hit a fast-break layup with 5:17 to play.

The Mustangs dominated every facet of the game against the NAIA Division II independent by a 76-18 margin in points in the paint, 45-6 in points of turnovers, 19-2 in second-chance points and 40-9 in points in transition.

Hagan connected on 12-of-22 shots including a pair of treys for a game-high 28 and dished out six assists. He was joined by three other Mustangs in double figures.

Nichols pitched in a season-high 18 points and grabbed seven rebounds while junior forward David Terrell completed a double-double with 15 points, 12 rebounds and four steals.

Junior forward Thomas Colbert added 12 points and five rebounds off of the bench, while Kevin Loyd was efficient in 35 minutes of court time with five points, nine assists and five steals.

Clarence Rivas paced Northern New Mexico with 16 points in 26 minutes off of the bench.

Midwestern State (2-1) opens Lone Star Conference crossover play Tuesday night against Southeastern Oklahoma State at D.L. Ligon Coliseum. Tipoff is set for 8 p.m. or 25 minutes after the conclusion of the women's contest which tips at 6 p.m.

Northern New Mexico fell to 1-11 on the season.

High Schools Roundup

Wichita Falls High School feels good about getting back to the playoffs this year, but tonight's game in Burkburnett showed they still have a way to go.

The seventh-ranked team in Class 3A, Burkburnett used a 22-2 run to end the first quarter and cruised to a 90-55 win behind 24 points from Derell Gibbs.

Other scores:

The #15 Hirschi Boys defeated Dallas Gateway Charter Academy 74-47 at home.

Electra's boys defeated the Wichita Falls H.E.A.T. 68-24.

Petrolia's boys beat City View 73-69 in overtime behind 32 from Bryce Tucker.

Rider's girls beat Class 5A Justin Northwest 46-35, with 18 from Sammie Hislop.

The Nocona Lady Indians beat Hirschi 32-27 at home.

Petrolia's Lady Pirates beat City View 51-37, getting 13 points each from Savanna Parker and Sam Naison.