Milligan falls in four games

   BRISTOL--King avenged an earlier lost to Milligan two weeks ago in the Tusculum Tournament by defeating the Lady Buffs 31-33, 28-30, 30-28 and 30-12 on Tuesday night.
   Milligan jumped ahead to 29-25 led in the first game, but could not put King away. King went on an 8-2 run to close the game 33-31.
   King withstood a late run by Milligan to win the second game 30-28, then the Lady Buffs caught fire in the third game to take it 30-28.
   King clinched the match in the fourth set by winning it 30-12.
   Wendy Weaver led the Lady Buffs with 23 kills, while Christina Medlin chipped in with nine kills.
   Melody Black played a very good game from the back row, digging 14 shots. Heather Lanning served seven aces, while assisting on 18 kills.
   Milligan falls to 14-7 and 8-1 in the AAC Conference. The Lady Buffs will travel to Williamsburg, Kent. to play Cumberland College on Friday night.
   Milligan cruises past Montreat 10-0
   BLACK MOUNTAIN, N.C. -- Milligan used five goals in the first half and five goals in the second half to shut down Montreat 10-0 in the AAC men's soccer action.
   Sophomore Ali Mohamed scored a hat trick to help Milligan to the rout. Greg Hochstetter scored two goals and had two assists for the Buffs.
   Daniel Giturwa helped the cause with two goals.
   Defender Travis Young pitched in with two assists. Striker Jason Hotchkin tallied four assists in the game.
   Goalkeeper Daniel Pavlin picked up his second shutout of the season by stopping all three shots.
   Milligan improves to 7-2 and 3-2 in the conference. They will host Mid-Continent College on Saturday afternoon.
   The match is scheduled to start at 12 p.m. Mid-Continent is currently ranked fourth in the nation.