(ATCHISON, Ks.) The Ravens may have had to sweat out some holiday treats in the early going Sunday, but hit their stride cleanly once buckets began to fall.
The Benedictine bench outscored Harris Stowe's 32-4 as the Ravens close out non-conference play with a 75-62 win.
The Ravens (9-4) are in their second season under head coach Ryan Moody, trying to improve on last season's .500 finish. That mark led them to fall just short of qualifying for the NAIA National Tournament.
Benedictine trailed the one-win Hornets by a single possession after the first 20 minutes, but were able to build a double-digit lead in the second half with help from 30-17 run.
Charlie Wallrap had a game-high 14 points, while John Harris Jr. added 11.
The Ravens hit Heart of America Conference play Jan. 3 when they host Culver-Stocking College.