Northeast Hawks basketball teams split home twinbill with North Dakota State College of Science

The Northeast Hawks basketball teams split a home doubleheader with North Dakota State College of Science last night.

The Northeast men dropped an 85-61 decision to the Wildcats.  The Hawks led at halftime 39-36 before being outscored in the second half 49-22.  Asher Scavella had 14 points and eight rebounds while teammate Michael Anderson added twelve points for Northeast.  They drop to 8-6.  The loss snapped a four game win streak.

 The Northeast women edged North Dakota State College of Science in their game 59-57.  Former Norfolk High standout Kyle Moore had 26 points and six steals and Macey Kulhanek added ten points to the win.  The Hawks trailed at halftime 29-23 before outscoring the Wildcats in the second half 36-28.  Northeast is now 13-2 on the season and have won five games in a row and seven of their last eight contests.

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