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ROCK SPRINGS, Wyo. — The College of Southern Idaho women’s basketball team demolished Western Wyoming 117-54 Tuesday night.

The 117-point mark is the third-highest in program history for a single game, and the 63-point margin of victory is CSI’s largest since 2010, when it beat Lethbridge College 105-31.

On Tuesday, the Golden Eagles shot 57.5 percent (42-of-73) from the field and 60.9 percent (14-of-23) from 3-point range. The Mustangs shot 25.8 percent (17-of-66) on field goals and 19 percent (4-of-21) on 3s.

Six Golden Eagles scored in double figures. Tiena Afu led all scorers with 15 points (7-of-10 from the field), and she grabbed a game-high 10 rebounds.

Filer High School graduate Katie Hughes had 13 points (4-of-5), while Mallory Lapoole (5-of-7) and Jerome High School graduate Kaela McClure (4-of-7, all 3s) each scored 12 points. McClure added a game-high seven assists.

Ka’Maree Donald had 11 points (5-of-6) and Katie’s younger sister Meghan Hughes, also a Filer grad, had 10 (4-of-6).

CSI, the No. 24-ranked Division I team in the NJCAA preseason poll, gets 10 days off before its next game. The Golden Eagles (5-1) open their home schedule on Nov. 24 at the Idaho Central Credit Union Invite.


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