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Nathan Rohmann

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The Hunter Report (Jan. 10, 2018)

Thursday, January 11, 2018

Vincennes 98; Southeastern 61
          Vincennes stretched its undefeated record to 17 games with a 98-61 win at Southeastern Illinois, tying the 1970-71 team for the fifth-best start in Trailblazer history.
          After an 11-0 start, the VU found Southeastern’s Winslow Martin a tough defensive matchup.
          The 6-5 freshman scored 17 points over the next 11 minutes and had the Falcons within 37-30 at 7:00 left in the half.
          But, the second-ranked Trailblazers responded with Lony Francis scoring all nine of his first-half points in a 19-0 run to a 56-30 lead at the break.
          Three VU players produced season-highs led by Francis’ 21 points. C.J. Hedgepeth scored 16 and Sehill Mouliom added 13 off the bench.
          Martin paced Southeastern (1-10) with 30 points. The Falcons dressed only seven players for the game.
          Vincennes (17-0, 7-1) is the only undefeated team in District 16 after Lake Land lost at home to Shawnee, 88-82.
Shawnee 88; Lake Land 82
          After missing last Saturday’s game against SWIC, Sayveon McEwen had a successful return with 21 points in the Saints’ 88-82 win at Lake Land, ending the Lakers’ five-game winning streak.
          Shomari Tillet put up 19 points for Shawnee (9-5, 4-3) with a game-high 11 rebounds while Adam Saeed scored 15, Ronnie Howard 12 and Fermin Jeff 11 points.
          Laker guard Josh Jefferson got his season average with 22 points. Kevin Williams scored 14, Josh Robinson 14 with ten rebounds, Dazon Farris 12 and Amel Kuljuhovic netted ten points for Lake Land (11-3, 5-1).
          Shawnee led 43-40 at halftime.
John A. Logan 91; Olney Central 85
          Seventeenth-ranked John A. Logan got 33 points from Jaiveon Eaves in a 91-85 win at Olney Central.
          Eaves also grabbed eight rebounds and had five assists as the Volunteers improved to 13-2 on the season and 4-2 in District play.
          Derek Hawthorne scored 19 points with six rebounds while Melo Burrell added 16 points and a team-high ten rebounds.
          Ronnie Carson was also in double-figures with 10 points while David Sloan scored nine with ten assists on the night.
          Olney Central dropped to a 10-2 record and 3-4 in the District.

John A. Logan 91; Olney Central 85

          Seventeenth-ranked John A. Logan (4-2, 13-2) got 23 points from David Sloan and 21 from Melo Burrell in a 91-85 win at Olney Central

          Vonnie  Patterson scored 19 for the Vols with another 11 points from Jaiveon Eaves.

          Josiah Wallace scored 29or the Blue Knights (3-4, 10-4). Anfernee King had 19, Nathan Scott 12 and Tyler Witz had 11 points.

        Seventeenth-ranked John A. Logan got 33 points from Jaiveon Eaves in a 91-85 win at Olney Central.
          Eaves also grabbed eight rebounds and had five assists as the Volunteers improved to 13-2 on the season and 4-2 in District play.
          Derek Hawthorne scored 19 points with six rebounds while Melo Burrell added 16 points and a team-high ten rebounds.
          Ronnie Carson was also in double-figures with 10 points while David Sloan scored nine with ten assists on the night.
          Josiah Wallace scored 29 for the Blue Knights (3-4, 10-4). Anfernee King had 19, Nathan Scott 12 and Tyler Witz had 11 points.

SWIC 80; Lincoln Trail 70
          SWIC (12-2, 4-2) got 26 points from District 16 leading-scorer Javonte Perkins plus double figures from three other players in an 80-70 win at Lincoln Trail.
          Braden Fitzjerrells and Jalaam Hill each scored 17 while Oliver Stephens added 11 to help the Blue Storm to their third straight win.
          Justin Williams led Lincoln Trail (4-9, 1-6) with 24 points. Lawrence Williams scored 16 and Najee Taylor had 13 points.
          SWIC led 44-37 at halftime.
Wabash Valley 88; Lewis & Clark 77
          Wabash Valley recorded a sixth-straight win, 88-77, at home over Lewis  & Clark.
          Marcus Garrett and Austin Trice paced the Warriors (10-4, 3-3) with 22 and 20 points, respectively. Trice pulled down a game-high 16 rebounds.
          Tyresse Williford scored 15 with ten assists while Jalen Newsom added 12 points to the lineup.
          Dionte Raines led Lewis & Clark (8-5, 2-4) with 17 points. Aaron Jones scored 10 points while William Rogers had nine points and hauled-in ten rebounds.
          Wabash held the Trailblazers to 35 percent shooting (27-78) and outscored their visitors from the free throw line going 27-44 while L&C hit 17-22 freebies.
          The Warriors led 41-40 at halftime.
         
Kaskaskia 69; Rend Lake 57
          Kaskaskia (9-6) built a 41-19 halftime lead at Rend Lake on the way to a 69-57 win over the Warriors.
          Logan Kohrmann scored 11 for the victors while Jaylen Johnson and Arthur Carter scored ten points each.
          Jason Towers led Rend Lake (3-11) with 12 points.
Informational release provided by Dave Hunter, play by play voice of the Vincennes Trailblazers

 
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