WT Buffs stampede to 7-0 for season - Lance Lahnert, Amarillo Globe News
Overtime wasn't within the Oklahoma border of the First United Bank Center on Thursday night.
The West Texas A&M Buffs seemingly have lived in overtime this basketball season, winning three times in OT in six games entering their Thursday meeting against Rhema (Okla.) Bible College.
Ten minutes into the game, the unbeaten Buffs led by 15, and things continued that way throughout during their 94-40 crushing of young, short and overmatched Rhema.
Lady Buffs beat TWU, 80-45 - Amarillo Globe News
It was a tight game for one half, but the West Texas A&M women's basketball team made itself at home in the second half Thursday night at Texas Woman's in Denton.
The Lady Buffs led by only 31-28 at halftime but opened the second half with a 12-3 run en route to an 80-45 victory. WT improved to 4-2.
Megan McLain led the Lady Buffs with 24 points and 15 rebounds. McLain sparked the run which broke the game open, scoring 10 of WT's first 12 points of the second half.
Updated Cactus Bowl Confirmations
Shad Baichtal, West Texas A&M
Tressor Baptiste, Texas A&M-Kingsville
Tae Evans, West Texas A&M
Brandon Johnson, Tarleton State
Trent Perkins, Texas A&M-Kingsville
Corey Robertson, Texas A&M-Kingsville
Perry Baker, Fairmont State
Adam Bighill, Central Washington
Taylor Boggs, Humboldt State
Cameron Bradfield, Grand Valley State
Bryan Church, Ouachita Baptist
Matthew Freed, East Stroudsburg
Fred Hale, Mercyhurst
Joe Hastings, Washburn
Matt Khouri, Fairmont State
Harrison Lingenfelter, Nebraska-Omaha
Brady MacIver, Augustana College (SD)
Matt McQuiston, MSU-Mankato
O.J. Murdock, Fort Hays State
Cordarol Scales, Fort Hays State
Marc Schiechl, Colorado School of Mines
Marcus Shuford, Lenoir-Rhyne
Stan Thornton, Wayne State
Ryan Travis, West Liberty State
Steven Wesley, North Alabama