Warrior men over Fraser
up the defensive intensity in the second
half, the Lewis-Clark State College men’s
basketball team won for the fifth time in
its last six outings with a 78-49 triumph
over the University College of Fraser Valley
at the LCSC Activity Center on Wednesday
Warriors, 8-4 overall, led 40-32 at
halftime, but held the Canadian visitors
from Abbotsford, British Columbia to just 17
second-half points to roll to the victory.
Fraser Valley, 9-14 overall, made just
6-of-31 shots in the second half (19.4
percent) and were 0-for-11 from the 3-point
defense set the tone for the offense as the
Warriors enjoyed their sixth highest scoring
output of the season. The Warriors balanced
attack saw all 11 players who saw action
score at least two points.
forced 29 turnovers in the game and held
Fraser Valley to just 19-of-62 shooting from
the field, 30.6 percent. Included in that
total was a 4-of-17 effort from the 3-point
line, 17.6 percent.
the missed shots, LCSC collected 50 rebounds
in the contest to control the boards.
dunking on a fast-break)
second half, Fraser Valley cut LCSC’s lead
to 43-37, but the Warriors scored the next
12 points to make it 55-37. Over the final
8:24, LCSC outscored Fraser Valley 21-4 for
the lopsided win.
Gordy led the Warriors with a game-high 14
points and was one of four Warrior players
with seven rebounds. He was joined by Chris
Pitts, Jared Tikker and Jon Daly. Napoleon
Gordon added 13 points, while Teran Lee had
Lao led UCFV with 12 points and seven
teams square off again Thursday night at 8
p.m., following a matchup of the women’s
teams from the two schools.