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Posted: Wednesday, November 13, 2013 12:31 am | Updated: 12:36 am, Wed Nov 13, 2013.

The A&M Consolidated girls basketball team beat Montgomery 78-75 in overtime Tuesday in nondistrict action.

A&M Consolidated was led by

Lulu McKinney led Consol (2-0) with 23 points and seven steals. Jamayra Macintosh made 7 of 11 shots for 14 points and had five steals, while Alexis Oaks had 12 points and seven assists.

Consol will host Navasota at 7 p.m. Tuesday.

Consol 78, Montgomery 75

CONSOL (2-0) — Lulu McKinney 23, Jamayra Macintosh 14, AJ Starks 13, Alexis Oaks 12, Torri Carraway 5, Bailey Francis 4, Beth Ashley 3.

MONTGOMERY — Sheske 21, Schroeder 17, Schurr 17, Mayberry 6, Ranci 6.

Consol               21   10   22   12   13   —   78

Montgomery   19   17   15   14   10   —   75

Highlights: CONSOL — McKinney 7 steals, Macintosh 7-11 5 steals, Oaks 7 assists, Ashley 13 rebounds

Next: Consol hosts Navasota Tuesday 7 p.m.

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