BELTON His ankle still bothered him Saturday, but Sterling Phillips was feeling something else. Mary Hardin-Baylor's senior guard felt warm hot-streak warm.
Phillips scored 19 of his 23 points in the second half, and the Cru men's basketball team avenged its only loss of the season with a 90-87 win over rival McMurry on Saturday in its next-to-last regular season game at the Mayborn Campus Center this season. "It's been a long time, it really has. It feels good because I've known I've always had it in me I've been here for four years," Phillips said of his zone-like performance. "I'm happy, first of all that we won, but second of all, I'm happy to have this feeling because it's not a good feeling when you're struggling."
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