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Basketball doubleheader action at St. Joe Tuesday night. We starting with the Lady Flyers and Shiner. Another big game for St. Joe's Alisa Novosad, 28 points for her. Another big fourth quarter shot for the Lady Flyers' Maegan Marshall. trey, bien. She scored 12, as the Lady Flyers improve to 8-4 with a 52-46 win. Next Tuesday night, St. Joe girls basketball hosts Odem. 
Now to game two, as St. Joe boys basketball took on Weimar. The Flyers had 72 points going into the fourth quarter, and just kept on scoring. 17 points for Tomas Young, Riley Briggs with 16, Blake Houck puts in 13, as the Flyers win big, 94-51, and they improve to 5-3 on the season. St. Joe boys basketball starts play Thursday in the Flatonia tournament.Deandre Ayton had 13 points and 10 rebounds, and Arizona held on to beat No. 7 Texas A&M 67-64 on Tuesday night.
    
Arizona (6-3) picked up a big win against UNLV on Saturday and notched an even bigger one in front of a pro-Wildcats crowd that made Talking Stick Arena feel like McKale Center west.
    
It wasn't easy.
    
Texas A&M (7-1) pulled within 63-62 on Tyler Davis' jump-hook with 17 seconds left. Brandon Randolph twice hit 1 of 2 free throws, sandwiched around a travel by Davis, and Duane Wilson was fouled on a 3-point attempt with 2 seconds left. He made two after missing the first attempt, and Dylan Smith made two at the other end to put Arizona up 67-64.
    
Texas A&M's Robert Williams missed badly on a long 3-pointer to send the Wildcats rushing off the bench and the Aggies to their first defeat.
    
Davis led the Aggies with 21 points and 10 rebounds.
    
Texas A&M moved up two spots in the AP Top 25 this week after beating No. 25 Southern California and Texas-Rio Grande Valley last week.
    
Arizona dropped out of the AP Top 25 from No. 2 after a disastrous 0-3 trip to the Bahamas, becoming the first team since Louisville in 1986 to fall out from No. 2 to unranked.
    
The Wildcats bounced back to rout Long Beach State at home, though coach Sean Miller went on a long post-game rant about his team's defensive effort. Arizona had more defensive problems in the first half at UNLV, but rallied to beat the Runnin' Rebels 91-88 in overtime.
    
The Wildcats had some shaky defensive moments and a rash of turnovers early but turned up the defensive pressure, holding the Aggies to 1-for-11 shooting during a 13-2 run to take a seven-point lead.
    
Texas A&M rallied as the Wildcats kept passing the ball to them on sloppy turnovers and took a 31-29 lead at halftime despite Williams going scoreless and taking one shot.
    
BIG PICTURE
    
Texas A&M held up well on a neutral court that wasn't exactly neutral, but couldn't make enough plays down the stretch.
    
Arizona appears to be back on track after its disappointing trip to the Bahamas.
    
UP NEXT
    
Texas A&M hosts Prairie View A&M on Saturday.
    
Arizona has another tough game on Saturday, when it hosts Alabama.
    
 

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