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November 17, 2013

NOC Enid cagers go to Cowley

ENID, Okla. — Northern Oklahoma College Enid’s men will put their 6-0 record on the line tonight when they travel to Cowley (Kan.) College for the second half of a 5:30 p.m. women’s-men’s doubleheader.

The Jets are looking to repeat a 98-61 win over Cowley at the Mabee Center on Nov. 7  behind 15 points from Ben Berry and Daryck Jones. NOC Enid is averaging 104 points per game.

Berry (15.8), Jordan Evans (11.8) and Cornell Neal (11.7) lead the offense.

The Lady Jets, 4-2 after a 83-74 loss at Coffeyville Saturday, will try to repeat an earlier 79-77 thriller over Cowley.

Breck Clark, who had 22 points the first meeting, leads the Lady Jets with a 16.0 average, followed by Rylie Swanson (13.7) and Kori Barrios (12.2).

 

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