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Women’s basketball faced the Blazers this past Saturday night in their second official meeting of the season. It was a sloppy game that showed the lead change nine times. Both teams shot a low percentage from the field keeping it a low scoring game. The score at the half was 25-23 for the Blazers. Providence took an early lead in the second half and held that lead until late into the 4th quarter. The largest lead of the game was 6 points, the Pilots leading 38-32 over the Blazers. Providence was just unable to build on their 6 point lead. With the full court pressure from CMU building as the game went on, the 6 point lead was not safe. Pilots drop a tight game to the Blazers, 54-50 making them 3-6 on the season. Key players for Providence were: Isabella Selk with 9 points and 12 rebounds, Genadyne Charr with 8 points and 7 assists, and Crystal Harms with 20 points and 18 rebounds.

The men tipped off against the University of Winnipeg College Wesmen this past Saturday evening. The Pilots who were coming off of a big tournament win in Belcourt ND the previous weekend, were looking to carry some momentum into this week’s matchup with the College Wesmen. It was another slow start for the Pilots, not shooting well and struggling on the defensive end. With the Pilots only down 2 at the half, there was hope for a comeback. With the combination of a lack of intensity on the behalf of the Pilots and another offensive clinic put on by the College Wesmen, the Pilots would not mount the comeback. The final score was 81-66 for the College Wesmen. The Key players for the Pilots were: Romeo KC with 13 points and 4 assists, Ryan Perpall with 17 points and 8 rebounds, and Johnathan Thompson with 16 points and 6 rebounds. The Pilots basketball teams hit the court again this Saturday as they take on the CMU Blazers (women at 6:00, men at 8:00).
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