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Last night in District 16 MBB (Jan. 23, 2018)

Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Shawnee 81; Wabash Valley 72
Shawnee trailed visiting Wabash Valley by double-digits in the first half before closing to within two points, 35-33, at halftime.
          The Saints (6-3, 11-5) owned the second half to serve up an 81-72 District 16 win in a game that had been postponed from Jan. 27.
          Sayveon McEwen was saddled with early foul trouble and had to sit out the final five minutes of the game due to cramps, but still managed to lead his team with 17 points including three second half treys.
          Dexter Smith came off the bench with 12 points also including three treys including a decisive aerial late in the game to stretch the lead to nine points.
          Shomari Tillett scored 15, Rob Howard had 11 and Gentrell Taylor added ten points.      
          Wabash Valley (4-5, 11-7) was paced by Marcus Garrett’s game-high 20 points. Austin Trice and Jordan Bell each scored 12.
Informational release provided by Dave Hunter, play by play voice of the Vincennes Trailblazers

NJCAA MBB DI Dist. 16 Report (Jan. 20, 2018)

Monday, January 22, 2018

Vincennes 100; Lake Land 61
          The Trailblazers matched the program’s fourth all-time best start, picking up a 19th win, 100-61, over visiting District foe Lake Land.
          VU broke away from a nine-all tie, outscoring Lake Land 25-7 over a nine- minute period for a 34-15 lead and the Lakers (7-2, 13-4) couldn’t muster a threat the rest of the game.
          Guards Pun Tisdale and Ty Gadsden combined for 27 first half points to help the Trailblazers to a 49-31 lead at the break.
          Vincennes (9-0, District, 19-0 overall) went on another run early in the second-half, expanding the lead to 81-45.
          Gadsden scored 13 points in each half for a game-high 26 while Lony Francis, Jr., posted personal-high totals with 22 points and 16 rebounds, his third double-double this season. Tisdale finished with 20 points and Keith Clemons scored ten.
          Rade Kukobat pulled down ten rebounds helping VU to a 52-34 edge off the glass.
          Josh Jefferson (20.0 ppg) led Lake Land led 19 points, but didn’t get his first field-goal until inside two minutes to play in the first half. Tra Landers came off the bench to get 12 points for the Lakers.
SWIC 98; Olney Central 94
          SWIC (7-1, 14-2) moved past Lake Land into second place in the District 16 standings with a narrow, 98-94, win at Olney Central.
          The Blue Knights (3-6, 11-6) led 46-41 at halftime and by ten points with ten minutes to play.        
          Javonte Perkins got 28 points while Jalaam Hill scored 21 to lead five SWIC players in double-figures. Braden Fitzjerrells and Oliver Stephens scored 17 each while Destan Williams had 11 points.
          Olney’s Erikas Jakstys and Josiah Wallace nearly matched Perkins and Hill in scoring.
          Jakstys had 25, Wallace netted 22 with 16 from Davion Warren and ten by Wade Coomer.
Shawnee 90; Lewis & Clark 84
          Shawnee (5-3, 10-5) had six players with balanced scoring in 90-84 road win at Lewis & Clark, moving the Saints to forth in the District standings.
          Fermin Jeff put up 15 points with 14 each from Shomari Tillett, Rob Howard and Adam Saeed. Sayveon McEwen scored 13 and Dexter Smith scored ten points.
          The game’s high-scorer was Dione Raines with 28 points for the Trailblazers (3-6, 9-7). Delaney Ortiz scored 11 points with ten each from Rafael Cruz and Charles Fisher.
          Shawnee led 46-40 at halftime
John A. Logan 90; Wabash Valley 86
          The Volunteers staged a second-half comeback to beat visiting Wabash Valley, 90-86, snapping the Warriors seven-game winning sreak.
Wabash led 51-41 at the break.
          Logan (5-4, 14-4) got solid scoring efforts from four players – Jaiveon Eaves had 18 points, Derek Hawthorne 17, Vonnie Patterson 14 with another points from Ronnie Carson.
          The Warriors (4-4, 11-6) were paced by Marcus Garrett’s 29 points. Josh Thomas scored 16, Tyresse Williford had 13 while Austin Trice netted eight points with a game-high ten rebounds.
Kaskaskia 107; Southeastern 55
          Kaskaskia (3-5, 11-6) sped to a 51-22 halftime lead, then coasted to a 107-55 win at Southeastern Illinois (0-8, 1-12).
          Six players topped the scoring derby for the Blue Devils led by Justin Shaw’s 22 points. Josh Robert, Logan Kohrmann and Alex Movila scored 14 each with 13 from Brandon Odell and another 12 points by Jamal Thomas.
          Jeff Lee scored 16 for the Falcons while Anfernee Houston had 11.
Lincoln Trail 81; Rend Lake 73
          Lincoln Trail (5-11) ended a three-game losing streak by beating Rend Lake, 81-73, in Robinson.
          Statesmen Kendall Jones led his team with 17 points. Lawrence Williams had 13, Casius Bell, 11 and LeAaron Cain scored ten points.
          Austin Swalls scored a game-high 28 for Rend Lake. Delvonte McCloud added 18 points while Oakley Dial scored 14 and David Hunt had another 13 for the Warriors (3-13) who dropped fifth straight game.
Informational release provided by Dave Hunter, play by play voice of the Vincennes Trailblazers

NJCAA WBB Division II Region 24 Standings (as of Jan. 20, 2018)

Sunday, January 21, 2018

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NJCAA MBB Division I District 16 Standings (as of Jan. 20, 2018)

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GRAC - MBB - Standings (as of Jan. 20, 2018)

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