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Saints Send Seniors out in Style With 81-58 Win

Saints Send Seniors out in Style With 81-58 Win

(CRESTVIEW HILLS, Ky.) - The Thomas More men's basketball team sent its five seniors out in style, as the Saints defeated Wright State-Lake today, 81-58, in the final game and home game of the regular season. Senior Brandon Horne posted a double-double to help lead the Saints to a win and improve to 16-8 overall. 

  • The team dominated the first half on the boards, with three different Saints grabbing six rebounds each. 
  • Horne led the team in the first half, scoring nine points, and grabbing six rebounds. 
  • Ryne Callahan posted eight points, along with three rebounds, going 2-5 from beyond the arc.
  • Antonio McKinney went 2-2 from the field, 1-1 from beyond the arc, totaling five points. 
  • The Saints shot .441 from the field in the first half. 

  • The Saints put on a show in the second half, as Ralph Stone threw down three dunks and Horne added one off the fast-break.
  • The Saints led by as much as 24 with nine minutes to go in the game. 
  • With two minutes to go, the seniors were subbed out and received the send-off they desreved. 

  • Horne, who was named the Jimmy John's Player of the Game, was honored before the game for his 1,000th career point. 
  • Three players posted double-digits, Horne with 19, Callahan with 15, and Max Knisley with 11, who also finished with three rebounds, one steal, and one block. 
  • Callahan ended the game with four rebounds, along with one assist and went 5-13 from the field, 4-9 from beyond the arc.
  • Horne added 10 rebounds, two steals, a tie for the team-high six assists, and went 7-12 from the field and 5-6 from the foul line. 
  • Stone finished with eight points, the team-high 15 rebounds, the team-high four steals, and four assists. 
  • Damion King shared the team-high with six assists, along with seven points, one steal, and seven rebounds. 
  • Ryan Batte put up the team-high of three blocks, along with nine points and five rebounds.
  • The Saints shot .444 from the field at the end of the game, compared to Wright State-Lake's .343. 

  • The Saints head north to the ACAA Conference tournament next weekend, Feb. 23 and 24.