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Tigers move to 2-0 After Victory over Tritons - Nov 8, 2017


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Mohamed
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Monday night the 1-0 MCC Tigers hosted the 1-0 Tritons of Iowa Central Community College. In a fast paced shootout, the Tigers outlasted the Tritons 86-72. Again, Mohamed Thiam (6'8''-F) had a big game for the Tigers as he dropped 23 points with 7 rebounds. Iowa Central is returning an All Region selection as well in Tray Croft, who had a big game dropping 18 points for the Tritons. "Mohamed continues to do the right things in the game and in practice, that's why he plays with great consistency," stated Head Coach Brynjar Brynjarsson . "When Mo can consistently get to the basket and make impactful plays in pivotal moments like he did tonight, we are successful." Goran Vidovic had a good game for the Tigers recording 7 points and 9 rebounds in twenty five minutes of play. Fellow freshmen Eduardo Lane dropped 11 points and picked up 3 rebounds in 16 minutes on the court. Freshmen so far in the two games this season have stepped up and played very well but none has played better than Oscar Kao. The freshmen guard from Taipei, Taiwan dropped 10 points, had 4 rebounds, and recorded 5 assist on the night. His ability to move and change direction quickly opens up space and provides him the time to make great passes. "Oscar is a great talent for this team, he played a great first half and struggled in the second but he will work through that and get better as the season progresses," stated coach Brynjarsson after the game. The 2-0 Tiger men's basketball team will be back in action Tuesday night as they travel to Southwestern Community College to take on the Spartans at 7:00. The Spartans are currently 2-0 after defeating Graceland University JV 94-80 and defeating Little Priest Tribal College 101-78. Southwestern is currently ranked #1 in NJCAA Division II basketball after winning the NJCAA National Championship last season.
Courtesy of: mccathletics.com   




Ahmed Ali
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The No. 7-ranked Eastern Florida State College men's basketball team picked up a Mid-Florida Conference win Wednesday night, defeating Daytona State College 70-62 on the road. The Titans jumped out to a 20-point lead early in the second half, but Daytona State stormed back and cut the lead to three points with four minutes and 11 seconds remaining. Sophomore Ahmed Ali (5'11''-PG) drove and kicked it out to a wide open Junior Madut (6'5''-G) who hit the 3-pointer and after an offensive fou...   [read more]

Xaiver
Armstead
Highlanders defeat North Lake - 9 days ago
The McLennan Highlanders moved to 16-1 on the season with a 90-71 win over the North Lake Blazers Saturday afternoon at The Highlands. Xaiver Armstead (6'5''-G) put McLennan on the board with a long shot from the top of the key, just shy of the 3-point line. North Lake tied it at two on a layup by Darrell Watson (6'4''-G) with 17:56 to play in the first. Aaron Gregg (6'1''-G) drained a 3-pointer from the elbow followed by a layup and free throw to give McLennan an early six-point lead. Th...   [read more]

Tony Lewis
Houston hits game winner for Blinn to defeat Gladiators, 71-69 - 17 days ago
Blinn College men;s basketball had to shake off a little rust from the holiday break, but came back to defeat the Houston Gladiators, 71-69, Tuesday night in the Kruse Center. Sophomore Tony Lewis (6'10''-F) led the Blinn offense with 16 points, while sophomore Markques Houston (6'4''-G) followed with 11 points, and sophomores Curtlon Wesley(6'6''-F) and Antione Lister followed with nine points each. "We had to shake off the rust from the Christmas break, but we were lucky enough to hit a...   [read more]


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