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McDonald scores 28 in Acadia win over Memorial

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The Acadia Axewomen got 28 points from Haley McDonald in an 89-74 road win over the Memorial Sea-Hawks that helped them remain perfect in AUS women's basketball play on Saturday.
Jayda Veinot added 20 for the first-place Axewomen, who improve to 5-0. Haille Nickerson hit for 21 for the Sea-Hawks.
Cape Breton 59, UNB 56: In Sydney, Monique Calliste and MacKenzee Ryan each had 19 points for the Capers.
Krystal Osburn came off the bench to score 14 for the Reds.
UPEI 65, Dalhousie 48: In Charlottetown, the Panthers built a 36-23 lead by halftime on their way to a win over the Tigers.
Karla Yepez netted 14 points for UPEI and Chloe Wilson paced Dal with 13.
Saint Mary's 88, St. F.X. 72: In Antigonish, Alaina McMillan had 20 points and seven assists for the Huskies.
Arianna Macias (15 points) and Clara Gascoigne (14) also hit double digits for SMU and Marly Bonnick (19), Kimberly Kingsbury (16), Karian Sarai (12) and Aliyah Fraser (10) achieved the feat for the X-Women.

In men's play, Cape Breton needed overtime to get past UNB 87-85 in Sydney.
Osman Omar went off for 32 points for the Capers and Cooper Ward had 15. Matur Maluach poured in 30 for the Reds.

Memorial 91, Acadia 72: In St. John's, Cole Long poured in 34 in the win for the Sea-Hawks.
Jack Tilley was the top scorer for the Axemen with 13.
Dalhousie 89, UPEI 44: In Charlottetown, the Tigers busted out to a 26-3 first-quarter lead and never looked back.
Keevan Veinot led the way with 20 points and Jamesley Jerome had 15 for the Panthers.
Saint Mary's 66, StFX 65: In Antigonish, Qyemah Gibson and Nikita Kasongo each scored 17 for the Huskies.
Azaro Roker notched 18 for the X-Men.

HOCKEY
Rebecca Clark turned aside 23 shots to earn the shutout in the Saint Mary's Huskies' 4-0 victory over the UNB Reds in a women's game in Halifax.
Brooke Murphy, Aimee O'Neill, Ellen Laurence and Mary McDonald were the SMU scorers.
St. F.X. 2, St. Thomas 0: In Antigonish, Lea MacLeod scored both of the X-Women goals in the win over the Tommies.
Alex Woods was the lone STU scorer.
Also, the Moncton Aigles Bleues doubled the Mount Allison Mounties 4-2.

In the lone men's game, Dalhousie built a 4-0 lead and then hung on for a 5-3 win over Acadia in Halifax.
Andrew Shewfelt, Cameron Thompson, Colton Heffley, Brett Crossley and Chandler Yakimowicz had the goals for the Tigers and Jack Flaman, Owen MacDonald and Maurizio Colella answered for the Axemen.
The game between UPEI and UNB was postponed.

VOLLEYBALL
Olivia Bell racked up 15 kills in a 3-0 Saint Mary's sweep of Moncton at an AUS tournament at UNB.
The game scores were 25-17, 25-15, 25-20. Joanie Arsenault collected 11 kills and nine digs for the Aigles Bleues.
Acadia 3, Memorial 2: The Axewomen dropped the first two sets but came back to win 24-26, 22-25, 25-19, 25-21, 15-8.
Lucy Glen-Carter had 17 kills and 16 digs for Acadia and Katie Wagar posted 33 digs for the Sea-Hawks.
Dalhousie 3, UNB 0: Julie Moore notched 10 kills in the Tigers' 25-15, 25-21, 25-18 result.

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