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Just mooving - Jan 25, 2019


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HOBBS, N.M. Malik Mooving (152-PG)'s 3-pointer from the left corner with a half second remaining lifted the New Mexico Junior College Thunderbirds to a 68-66 victory over the Odessa College Wranglers on Thuersday in WJCAC men's basketball action.

Odessa College (16-5 overall, 5-2 WJCAC) took a 66-65 lead with 51.1 seconds to go when Jalen Hawkins was fouled on a 3-point attempt and made all three free throws.

James Reese scored 20 points to lead the Wranglers with Hawkins and Adrean Johnson each scoring nine off the bench. Jawaun Daniels added eight points and seven rebounds.

Mooving finished with a game-high 27 points for the Thunderbirds (15-6, 4-3), while Darnell Rogers scored 19 and Hall Elisias added 11.

New Mexico Junior College (15-6, 4-3) played just seven players in the game, which saw 19 lead changes and 16 ties. The largest lead by either team was six points.   




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