Tenton Bell scored 22 points and had five rebounds to lead the Lyon College Scots past the Bacone Warriors 92-73 at Becknell Gymnasium on Thursday night.

Ben Keton scored 21 points dished out four assists and had five rebounds, while John Paul Morgan had a season-high 18 rebounds to go with 14 points and five assists. Grant Patterson had 13 points, five assists and five boards, Eric Koludrovic scored eight points, four assists and nine rebounds. Devan Halford came off the Lyon bench to score 14 points and got four assists, while John Stastny hauled down a season-high seven rebounds in 18 minutes of action.

The Scots commanded a 50-27 lead at halftime. For the game, Lyon was 39-of-71 from the field, including nine 3-pointers out of 26 attempts and made 5-of-9 free throws. The Scots (7-9) had 52 total rebounds, 24 assists and six steals.

Bell started off the game with a 3-pointer assisted by Koludrovic, but Bacone came back to lead briefly 7-3, but Keton scored on a layup and Morgan put in a jumper inside to tie the game The Scots went on a 10-2 run to lead 18-9 on a 3-pointer and a jumper from Keton, a Bell layup and Koludrovic’s turn-around jumper in the lane.

After Bacone scored, the Scots score six straight points on a jumper from Halford and Bell, then an offensive rebound layup from Morgan. Bell added two more baskets inside and Keton knocked down a 3-pointer to put Lyon up by 16 points, 33-17 with 6:31 to go in the first half. Keton made another trey and Patterson drove in, switched the ball to his right hand in a mid-air jump for a layup and Keton’s 3-pointer made a 41-21 lead. Keton ended the first half with a 3-pointer to push the Scots lead by 23.

Bell made a layup to start the second half and Morgan fought for a jumper to go in to put Lyon up by 27 points. Patterson’s layup with 15:41 to go and two minutes later, Keton cut sharply to the basket for a layup to give Lyon it’s largest lead of the night 31 points, 68-37.

Koludrovic scored and Halford put in two 3-pointers to keep the lead around the 30-point mark. Stastny grabbed the rebound and passed to Patterson for a layup and Stastny did the same on a basket by Bell.

Bacone (0-19) couldn’t get closer than 19 points late in the second half to Lyon, but Morgan put in two layups and Halford drove into the lane for a wide open layup with less than a minute to go.

Bacone was led in scoring by Derek Factor with 19 points, Malik Nofleet put 16 points, Taurice Grant scored 11 and Ruben Little Head Jr. scored 10 points.

Jade Giron scored 20 points and had 12 rebounds, Kristen Baham scored a career-high 18 points, Allison Byars had 12 points and Marleigh Dodson scored 11 points to lead the Lyon College Scots past the Stephens College Stars 66-38 on Thursday night at the Silverthorne Arena.

COVID-19 had taken its toll on the Scots with on six players left to compete in the game against Stephens. Mari-Hanna Newsom and Haley Wesley contributed with four rebounds each in the American Conference win that improved Lyon College to 13-4 overall and 5-1 in league play.

Stephens was led by Marveen Ross with 15 points. The Stars fall to 6-7 overall and 2-4 in the AMC.

The Scots led 7-0 after a 3-pointer from Giron and a jumper from Byars. Dodson added two free throws, Giron made a jump shot and Byars made a 3-pointer for a 12-4 lead. Wesley made a jumper and Baham put in a 3-pointer for an eight-point lead, but Stephens closed the game to three points by the end of the quarter 17-15.

Lyon broke open the game in the second period, outscoring Stephens 23-6 to take a 40-21 halftime lead. Giron made a jumper, Byars hit two free throws, Dodson put in a jump shot, Newsom scored inside, then Giron and Byars hit back-to-back 3-pointers to finish off a 10-0 run. Giron made a jumper and Baham put in two free throws. Byars put in a layup off a fast-break and Baham pulled up for a 3-pointer for a 38-19 lead. Giron put in a layup off a Wesley steal to put the Scots up 19.

Giron made two baskets in a row in the third quarter, Newsom made a 3-pointer and Baham converted a layup on the fast-break after a Wesley rebound for a 51-24 lead by the end of the third quarter.

Baham made two 3-pointers and a basket in the fourth stanza for the Scots. Dodson completed a three-point play and Giron put in two free throws to give Lyon its largest lead of the night at 28 points, 66-38.

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