Lakerball Livestream: BASE-Southwestern Illlinois vs. Lake Land

Nathan Rohmann

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The Hunter Report (Jan. 6, 2018)

Sunday, January 7, 2018

Lewis & Clark 85; Kaskaskia 82
          Lewis & Clark edged out Kaskaskia, 85-82, at home behind a pair of 21 point efforts from Rafael Cruz and Dionte Raines. Cruz buried five treys and led the Trailblazers with six rebounds.
          The Trailblazers (8-4) who led 39-37 at halftime also got 17 points and eight rebounds from Ronald Washington and 11 points by William Rogers.
          The Blue Devils (8-6) were paced by Logan Kohrmann with 22 points and Justin Shaw who scored 17. Garrett Belcher and Jaylen Johnson had 12 points each.
Lake Land 80; Lincoln Trail 63
          Josh Jefferson’s game-high 17 points helped visiting Lake Land (11-2) top Lincoln Trail, 80-68, for the Lakers’ fifth-straight win.
          Dazon Farris scored 13 for the Lakers while teammate Amel Kuljuhovic added 11.
          LeAaron Cain topped the Statesmen (4 -8) with 15 points while Kendall Jones and Lawrence Williams scored 12 points each.
          Lake Land led 32-28 at halftime.
Olney Central 93; Elizabethtown Tech 74
          OCC’s Josiah Wallace scored in double figures for the tenth time this season, netting a game-high 39 points in the Blue Knight’s, 93-74, home win over Elizabethtown Tech.
          Cooper Bybee added 12 points, Tyler Witz scored 11 and Anfernee King had 10 helping Olney (10-3) break away from a 35-all tie at halftime.
SWIC 84; Shawnee 73
          Balanced scoring by six players was too much for visiting Shawnee to overcome in a, 84-73, loss at Southwestern Illinois.
          Destin Williams led the Blue Storm (11-2) with 17 points. Others in double figures were Javonte Perkins with 15, Jordan Notch, 13 and Braden Fitzjerrells, Stephen Oliver and Jalaam Hill who added 10 points each.
          Shawnee (8-5 ) was led by Daniel Soetan who had 14 points. Dexter Smith scored 13 and Fermin Jeff added 12 to the Saints’ lineup absent Sayveon McEwen (20.9 ppg) who was sidelined due to injury.
Wabash Valley 79; Rend Lake 64
         Wabash Valley (9-5) trailed Rend Lake, 30-29, at halftime, but rallied to the Warriors’ fifth-straight win, 79-64.
          Marcus Garrett led Wabash by scoring 22 of his 26 points in the second-half.
          Josh Thomas scored 13 while Anthony Christian scored 12 of his 13 points in the second half.
          Rend Lake dropped to a 3-10 season record.
          WVC played without Austin Trice (14 ppg/12 rpg) due to a death in his family.
Vincennes 87; Owens 60
          Vincennes overcame slow start to turn back visiting Owens, Oh., 87-60, behind 22 points from Isaiah Tisdale.
          Rade Kukobat, playing his second game since returning from a mid-November foot injury, produced a double-double with a season-high 13 points and tying his season-high with ten rebounds.
          Sehill Mouliom tied his VU career-high with a ten-point game.
          Neither team could find the basket in the early-going.
          The Trailblazers (16-0) got only pair of free throws in opening 4:30 of the game and didn’t get a field goal until Kukobat buried a trey with 14:45 left in the half.
          They recovered from a five-point deficit to lead 40-31 at halftime.
          Marquevious Wilson paced Owens (7-7) with 16 points. Jamiri Bennett and Rylan Davis scored ten points each. The Express played without leading scorer Gabe Simpson (20.4 ppg) due to a coach’s decision.

2017-18
District 16
District
Overall
 
 
 
 
 
Record
Record
PF
PA
Streak
 
Vincennes
6-0
16-0
 
 
W16
 
Lake Land
5-0
11-2
 
 
W5
 
SWIC
4-1
11-2
 
 
W2
 
John A. Logan
3-2
11-2
99.4
78.0
L1
 
Olney Central
3-3
10-3
 
 
W3
 
Shawnee
3-3
8-5
 
 
L1
 
Lewis & Clark
2-3
8-4
 
 
W1
 
Wabash Valley
2-3
9-5
 
 
W5
 
Kaskaskia
1-5
8-6
 
 
L1
 
Lincoln Trail
1-5
4-8
 
 
L2
 
Southeastern
0-5
1-9
73.0
95.2
L7
 
 
30-30
 
 
 
 

2017-18
GRAC
Conf
Overall
 
 
 
 
 
 
Record
PF
PA
Streak
Lake Land
5-0
 
 
 
 
SWIC
4-1
 
 
 
 
 
John A. Logan
3-1
 
 
 
 
Shawnee
3-2
 
 
 
 
 
Olney Central
3-2
 
 
 
 
 
Wabash Valley
3-2
 
 
 
 
 
Kaskaskia
1-3
 
 
 
 
Lincoln Trail
1-4
 
 
 
 
 
Rend Lake
1-4
 
 
 
L2
 
Southeastern
0-5
 
 
 
 
 
 
24-24
 
 
 
 
Wed, Jan 3
Vincennes 108; Elizabethtown Tech 29
Wabash Valley 94; Three Rivers 83
Thu, Jan 4
Blackburn JV at Lake Land – Canceled
Sat, Jan 6
Lewis & Clark 85; Kaskaskia 82
Lake Land 80; Lincoln Trail 68
Olney Central 93; Elizabethtown Tech 74
SWIC 84; Shawnee 73
Wabash Valley 79; Rend Lake 64
Vincennes 87; Owens 60
Sun, Jan 7
West Kentucky Tech at John A. Logan, 4:00
Wed, Jan 10– all times are EST
Vincennes at Southeastern, 8:30
Lewis & Clark at Wabash Valley, 8:30
John A. Logan at Olney Central, 8:30
Red Lake at Kaskaskia, 8:30
Shawnee at Lake Land, 8:30
SWIC at Lincoln Trail, 8:30
Sat, Jan 13
John A. Logan at Lake Land, 4:00
Shawnee at Kaskaskia, 4:00
Olney Central at Lewis & Clark, 4:00
Southeastern Illinois at SWIC, 4:00
Lincoln, Ill. at Rend Lake, 4:00
Lincoln Trail at Wabash Valley, 8:30
 
Informational release provided by Dave Hunter, play by play voice of the Vincennes University Trailblazers

 
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