The Manhattan Christian College men's basketball team put on strong shooting display from beyond the arc in the first half Tuesday night and that propelled the team on their way to defeating Grace University 96-75. MCC connected on 11 of 15 three-point attempts in the first half on their way to a 56-44 halftime lead. Josh Camacho and Sage Ruis connected on four apiece and Lonnie Penner hit three. MCC shot 58.6% from the field for the first half. With the hot shooting MCC was able to open up a 47-27 lead, however Grace wouldn't go away and they went on a 14-3 run of their own to cut the deficit to 50-41 with about three minutes left in the half. Camacho gave MCC momentum heading into the locker as he knocked down a three at the halftime buzzer.
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