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SUNY Broome suffers second half woes to Fulton Raiders

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BINGHAMTON, N.Y. -

Both the men and women SUNY Broome Hornets fell to the visiting Fulton Montgomery Raiders, Sunday.

The Lady Hornets held a first-half lead by a score of 34-29, but offensively went flat scoring only 13 points for the rest of the match, against the Raiders 42 second-half points.

SUNY Broome's Clyneia Willard (#2) and Julianna Mushalla (#5) led the Hornets with 14 points a piece. 

It was the Fulton Raiders' Diasia Deboue (#4) that really shined, Sunday. Scoring 26 points and earning her team the win, 71-45. Their record is 1-9.

Hornets' men met a similar fate, losing 90-82 against the Raiders. 

At the half, Broome trailed by one, 45-46. Lucas Iacobucci (#13) came out of the locker room shooting for a combined 24 points tonight.

Reginald Vaughan (#2) continued his skills from the first half, scoring 17 points against the Raiders.

But the Hornet men lose to Fulton Montgomery and walk away with a record of 3-6 for the season.