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Standings - NJCAA MBB Division I District 16 (as of Nov. 21, 2017)

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

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Standings - NJCAA WBB Division II Region 24 (as of Nov. 21, 2017)


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Standings - GRAC - MBB (as of Nov. 21, 2017)

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Standings - GRAC - WBB - (as of Nov. 21, 2017)

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The Hunter Report (Nov. 21, 2017)

NJCAA MBB Division I District 16 Wrap-up
Vincennes 84; Kaskaskia  65    
          Fourth-ranked Vincennes stayed unbeaten on the season with an 84-65 home win over Kaskaskia.
          The Trailblazers never trailed in winning their eighth straight game while the Blue Devils dropped to a 4-2 record.
          Sophomore Pun Tisdale led all scorers with 15 of his 22 points in the second half. Rodney Culver, Jr., drew his second straight starting role and scored 17 points.
          Vincennes led 39-25 at halftime. The closest Kaskaskia got in the final half was twelve points.
          Sophomore transfer Logan Kohrmann paced the Blue Devils, scoring 14 of his 20 points in the final half. Justin Shaw added 14 while Jaylen Johnson netted 11.
Shawnee 84; John A. Logan 82 o.t.
          Shomari Tillet’s tip-in at the buzzer of a Saveon McEwen missed lay-up lifted Shawnee past previously undefeated John A. Logan, 84-82, in Ullin, Ill.
          The Saints (6-1) led 45-40 at halftime and the game was tied 73-all at the end of regulation.
          McEwen had a game-high 30 points while Daniel Soetan scored 27 before fouling out.
          Logan (6-1) placed five players in double-figures led Jaiveon Eaves’ 19 points. Derek Hawthorne scored 17, Ronnie Carson added 16 while David Sloan scored 13 and Quamain Nelson tossed in 10.
Lake Land 93; Lewis & Clark 87
          Lake Land (5-10 picked up a road win, defeating Lewis & Clark in Godfrey, Ill., 93-87.
          Dazon Farris and Kevin Williams scored 19 points each while Sean Kromah put up 18 and Amel Kuljuhovic added 17 points to the lineup. The Lakers are still short-handed minus sophomore guard Josh Jefferson, Tra Landers and Allonte Harper among others.
          Lewis & Clark (2-2) was paced by Dionte Rains’ game-high 24 points. Charles Fisher and Delayney Ortiz scored 10 points  each.
          The game was tied 47-all at halftime.
SWIC 105; Rend Lake 84
          Southwestern Illinois routed Rend Lake on the Warriors own floor, 105-84, behind sophomore guard Jalaam Hill’s 23 points.
          Destin Williams scored 14 of his 18 points in the second half while Brandon Fitzgerrals scored his 16 points in the opening period.
          Oliver Stephens also reached double figures with 14 points and Javonte Perkins also had 14 points.
          SWIC led 58-43 at halftime.
Wabash Valley 81; Olney Central 66
          Wabash Valley posted an 81-66 road win at Olney Central behind Austin Trice who scored 23 points, 18 coming in the first half.
          Tyresse Williford and Jordan Bell each added 11 as the Warriors improved to 4-2 on the season.
          Olney Central (4-2) got 20 points from Josiah Wallace with a 19-point effort from Wade Coomer.
          The Warriors (4-2) led 43-29 at halftime.
Lincoln Trail 100; Southeastern 54
          Lincoln Trail (2-4) scored 64 second-half points en route to an easy 100-54 win over visiting Southeastern Illinois.
          LeAaron Cain paced the Statesmen with 16 points. J.T. Counts and Lawrence Williams each scored 14 while Kendall Jones added 10.
          Kirkland Meir led Southeastern (1-4) with 11 points while Matt Norl and Winslow Martin netted 10 points each.
          Lincoln Trail led 36-22 at halftime.
 
Informational release provide by Dave Hunter, play by play voice of the Vincennes Trailblazers

Broadcast - WBB - Lincoln College Lady Lynx vs. Lake Land College Lady Lakers

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Women's NJCAA Basketball

Lincoln College Lady Lynx
vs.
Lake Land College Lady Lakers
Laker Fieldhouse
Mattoon, IL
November 21, 2017
Tip-off: 5:30 p.m. CST

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Lake Land College’s International Student Club

Lake Land College students from varying nations enjoyed learning about other cultures during the International Student Club’s annual Show ‘N Tell event celebrating International Education Week. Students from Taiwan, Turkey, Colombia, China and Democratic Republic of Congo all came out to display cultural mementos.

Lake Land College students enjoying International Student Club’s Show ‘N Tell event.


Attendees of the event delighted in having their names spelled out in Chinese calligraphy by a student from Hong Kong. Several students brought in examples of currency from their countries, so others were able to see and feel pieces from all over the world. 

The International Student Club organizes and supports activities that represents members who are from diverse countries. The International Student Club focuses on helping international and exchange student integrate into their new school, student body and community by providing endless 

opportunities to enrich their living and learning experience while studying at Lake Land. There are about 50 international students at Lake Land College this year.

To learn more about the International Studies Program, call 217-234-5382 or visit lakelandcollege.edu/international/.

GAME NOTES - MBB - Lake Land College Lakers vs. Lewis & Clark Community College Trailblazers

Monday, November 20, 2017

Although Tuesday night's Lake Land College men's basketball game will be preempted by the Victory 103.9 Laker Game of the Week featuring the Lake Land College Lady Lakers, Lakerball has created Game Notes anyway for the interest of Laker fans following the men's team.

The Lakers take a 4-1 record on the road Tuesday night to River Bend Arena in Godfrey where they will play their first NJCAA Division I District 16 game of the season versus the Trailblazers of Lewis & Clark Community College.

It is unknown whether L&CCC will provide a livestream and/or radio broadcast of the game.

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Included below are current standings for both the Great Rivers Athletic Conference and NJCAA MBB Division I District 16.


 
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