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IPFW grabs conference road win at Kansas City

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Meeting was final one as conference foes

Friday, February 15, 2013 09:11 am
IPFW snapped its nine-game men's basketball road losing skid on Valentines Day,as it topped the Kansas City 65-60 in Summit League action.Frank Gaines scored a team-high 16 points, while Joe Reed scored 12 and Mario Hines 11. Hines pulled down seven rebounds, while Pierre Bland dished out four assists.

The Mastodons found themselves trailing early, by as many as four as the Kangaroos opened the game on a 4-0 run, before IPFW ran off five straight points to lead by one at 5-4. A Brad Reid basket followed, before IPFW ran off another 5-0 run to lead by four at 10-6, and IPFW never gave up their lead for the remainder of the game.

IPFW's first-half lead grew to as many as 10 at 34-24 when Herbert Graham drained a three-point basket with 29 seconds to play, before UMKC ended the half with a Thomas Staton jumper to close the gap to eight at 34-26 heading into the break.

Four straight points by IPFW to start the second half on baskets by Gaines and Reed pushed the lead to 12, and led by 11 at 40-29 before the hosts ran off a 10-0 run to close to within one at 40-39.

Leading by three at 48-45, the 'Dons go layups from Joe Edwards, Gaines, and Luis Jacobo to push the visitors to a comfortable nine point advantage. The Kangaroos would twice climb to within four, but could not cut the gap to a single possession the rest of the way, as the Mastodons held on for a 65-60 victory.

The Mastodons hit half of their 44 shots in the game, 5-of-12 from long range (41.7 percent), and 16-of-27 (59.3 percent) from the charity stripe.

UMKC went 24-of-54 (44.4 percent) from the field, 4-of-24 (16.7 percent) from three-point range, and 8-of-16 on free throws.

The Mastodons will travel to South Dakota on Saturday at 8 p.m.

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