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Mount Marty and Dordt split doubleheader



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The Dordt women behind the double/double of Kara Van Dyke (16 pts./11 reb.) edged Mount Marty in Yankton Wednesday night. April Winne led the Lancers with 18 points and Taylor Forsch had 4 more 3's. She has 70 for the season and is 2nd in the NAIA for the year. But the Defenders won the game 70-63.

In the men's game, the Lancers upset #12 Dordt 77-60 despite (6) 3's from Cliff Warner. 5 Lancers were in double figures led by Jose Pena Benjamin's 17 points.
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