BATTLE CREEK—The Muskegon Community College Women’s Basketball program had their second conference match-up with Kellogg Community College on Wednesday evening and returned home with a convincing 46-point win by a score of 76-30.

In their first match-up of the season back on January 12 the Bruins had a strong start to shock the Jayhawks, but MCC came ready to put Kellogg Community College away early.

At the end of the first quarter the Jayhawks led 26-2.

The Jayhawks headed into halftime with a 32 point lead, after holding the Bruins to only eleven points in the second quarter and scoring 19 themselves.

The Jayhawks came out of halftime focused on playing their game and staying strong through the second half.

The Jayhawks bench put in a respectable number of minutes in the second half maintaining the lead.

MCC held a 12-5 scoring advantage in the third quarter and finished up with a 19-12 fourth quarter upper hand.

“Good win on the road, saw some improvements. Still have some things to work on but I like our progress,” said Jayhawks head coach Jason Cooper as MCC is now riding a five game win streak

MCC freshmen Suzan Sisman had a game high 16 points on Wednesday evening in the Jayhawks win over Kellogg Community College (Photo/Craig Beilfuss)

Suzan Sisman (Marselisborg) led the Jayhawks with a game high 16 points. Also in double digits were Trina Lewis (Reeths-Puffer) with 14 points and six rebounds and Ally Sieber (Reeth-sPuffer) chipped in with 12 points.

Muskegon Community College improves to 16-4 overall and 10-3 in the Michigan Community College Athletic Association. The Jayhawks will take the court again on Saturday, Feb. 12 at home vs. Jackson Community College at 1:30 pm.