LCSC men turn up the offense
to roll to 100-61
win over Fraser Valley
– Coming off one of its best defensive
performances of the year, the Lewis-Clark
State College men’s basketball team cranked
it up on the other end of the court Thursday
produced their second highest point total of
the season in rolling past University
College of Fraser Valley 100-61 in a
nonconference contest at the LCSC Activity
Center. A night earlier, the Warriors held
Fraser Valley to just 19.4 percent shooting
in the second half to claim a 78-49
The win was
the sixth in the last seven games for the
Warriors, who improve to 9-4 overall, while
the visitors from Abbottsford, British
Columbia fell to 9-15 overall.
out on fire early and grabbed a 25-10
advantage midway through the first half. The
lead got up to as much as 20 before the
Warriors settled for a 44-30 halftime
second half, LCSC hit 21of 37 shots from the
field and scored 56 points to roll to the
win. While LCSC made 21 shots in the final
20 minutes, Fraser Valley only attempted 25
shots during that same span and hit just
Warriors’ offensive show came in a number of
ways as five players scored in double
figures and seven players had between 4-6
rebounds. All 11 Warrior players collected
at least one rebound, 10 had at least two
points, 10 had at least one steal, and nine
had at least one assist.
guard Napoleon Gordon led the team with 18
points and five assists. He hit 7-of-8 shots
from the field, highlighted by a reverse
dunk in the second half. Teran Lee added 15
points, four steals and four rebounds, while
Mike Gordy gave the Warriors some muscle
down low with 13 points and six boards.
Keith Scarbrough added 12 points, all on
3-pointers, while Kevin Ochoa also had 12
game, LCSC hit 36 of 71 shots from the
field, including a sizzling 10 of 16 at the
3-point line (62.5 percent). The Warriors
also collected 16 offensive rebounds.
the offensive production, the Warriors still
got things done at the defensive end. LCSC
forced 30 turnovers, including 18 steals,
and held the Cascades to just 20-of-54
shooting from the field, 37 percent.
led the Cascades with 18 points and eight
rebounds, while Joel Havilan had 13 points.
will resume action on Dec. 29 and 30, a
Friday and Saturday, in two games with
Bethany University of Santa Cruz, Calif. The
Dec. 29 women’s and men’s doubleheader will
be held at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m., while the Dec.
30 doubleheader will be at 2 p.m. and 4 p.m.
at the LCSC Activity Center.