SEDALIA, Mo. -- State Fair raced past Fort Scott Community College, 73-40, here Tuesday night in a non-conference junior college basketball game.
The Roadrunners (6-6) held the Greyhounds to 30-percent field-goal shooting on the night as Fort Scott (1-7) made just 7 fielders in the first half.
State Fair led 41-21 at halftime while shooting 45 percent from the field. The Roadrunners also converted 15 first-half Greyhound turnovers into 16 points.
Fort Scott committed 24 turnovers, according to statistics posted at the Sedalia Democrat's web page. State Fair committed just 12.
Tony McGilveary led Fort Scott with 12 points and 10 rebounds. Antonin Galaya, a sophomore from the island nation of St. Martin, led State Fair with 15 points.
This was the second of three meetings between the teams this season. State Fair also won a Nov. 11 matchup in the Coffeyville Classic, 88-68. The teams will also face off at Arnold Arena on Dec. 10, the Greyhounds' last game before the holiday break.
This was the third time this season Fort Scott was held to 40 or fewer points. The 'Hounds managed only 36 at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M on Nov. 22 and 40 at Hutchinson on Nov. 3. FSCC is averaging 54 points per game on offense.
The Greyhounds play in the Barton Classic this week at Great Bend. They face host Barton at 7 p.m. Saturday, then play Pratt at 3 p.m. Saturday.