Leo Morris scored 23 points to lead the Holland College Hurricanes to a 75-57 victory over the Mount Saint Vincent Mystics Sunday in Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association basketball action.
Morris added eight rebounds, three assists, two steals and two blocks in the victory.
Kenneth Reardon led the Mystics with 13 points.
Holland College led by three after the first quarter, extended the lead to 12 at the half and never looked back.
Steve Hardy added 16 for the host Hurricanes while Alvin Parker had 10 and 12 assists. It was Parker’s second double-double of the weekend.
Parker scored 21 and added 11 assists Saturday as the Hurricanes pounded the Crandall Chargers 98-67.
Morris added 16, Chase Bowden 15 and Jake Kendrick 12 in the victory. Bowden also pulled down 10 boards.
Taylor Norum had 18 points for the Chargers.
The victories improve the conference-leading Hurricanes to 11-1 while Crandall (8-4) is in second place.
Marissa Penney scored 16 and hauled in 10 boards Sunday to lead the Hurricanes to a 60-55 victory over the Mystics.
Jennifer Hinds and Lindsay Shupe each added 12 points in the victory.
Emma Reardon had 14 for the Mystics.
It was the second win of the weekend for the Hurricanes, who improved to 9-3 on the season. They are in second place in the conference behind the St. Thomas Tommies (10-0).
The Hurricanes had a big second half Saturday to blow out Crandall 83-53.
Holland College was trailing 36-35 at the half, but won the third quarter by 10 and closed the game on a 26-5 run in the fourth.
Hinds led the way with 25 points and 14 rebounds. Megan Spicer added 16 and Aimee Gillis 11 in the win.
Marlon Smith led Crandall with 15 while Megan Plummer added 14.
Holland College hosts the University of New Brunswick at Saint John Saturday with games at 5 p.m. (women) and 7 p.m. (men). The teams play Sunday at noon (women) and 2 p.m. (men).