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RazorSharks take down Chautauqua in New Year's Eve Opener - Jan 1, 2017


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James Helton
The Rochester RazorSharks defeated the Chautauqua Hurricane in dominating fashion, 128-75 in their New Year's Eve home opener at the Blue Cross Arena. The game got out to a slow start as Jordan Railey (7'0''-C-92, college: Washington St.) scored the first basket of the game after two minutes of play. The first quarter was a tough battle between the two teams as they stayed within six points of each other over the entire period. Halfway through the first, the Hurricane's Edwin Ubiles (6'6''-F/G-86, college: Siena) scored, giving Chautauqua their first lead of the game. The Sharks came right back as Corey Allmond (6'2''-G-88, college: Sam Houston St.) and Dele Coker both scored buckets quickly to retake the advantage. After a solid battle throughout the quarter, the RazorSharks held a 27-24 at its conclusion. Rochester came out in the second quarter on fire as they grew their lead to 9 points within two minutes of play. It was all RazorSharks from there on out as the first half ended with a score of 65-37. Within four minutes, Corey Allmond got hot and dropped 10 quick points on two three pointers and two layups to help increase their lead to 38. First year centers Jordan Railey and Dominic Woodson (6'11''-F-94, college: Tennessee) went to work down low for the Sharks and pushed the lead to 98-55 as they headed into the fourth. The fourth was a similar story as the Sharks stayed dominant on both sides of the ball. They outscored the Hurricane 30-19 in the fourth and finished the game with a score of 128-75. James Helton (6'6''-G/F-85, college: W.Virginia St.) and Corey Allmond were the leading scorers for the Sharks with 16 points each. Helton also led the team with 10 rebounds. In his first game with the Sharks, Woodson scored 15 points and pulled down 7 rebounds. Fellow first year center, Jordan Railey contributed 9 rebounds and 4 blocks. The Sharks play next Saturday at the Providence Sky Chiefs and come back home the following Sunday to host the Washington Warhawks at 5:00PM at the Blue Cross Arena.
Courtesy of: thepbl.com   




Dave Magley
Rochester RazorSharks move to a new league - 2 Years ago
The Rochester RazorSharks officially announced their move to participate in the new North American Premier Basketball League (NAPB) for the 2018 season at a press conference held on August 2nd, at the Blue Cross Arena. The RazorSharks spent the last decade as part of the Premier Basketball League (PBL), and reigned as league champions for 7 years of their tenure, including four consecutive championships in the last four seasons. Their move from the PBL to the NAPB signals an upgrade in co...   [read more]

Chris
Glisson
Glisson becomes sole owner of the Lake Michigan Admirals once again - 2 Years ago
As of Monday, August 7th, 2017, Chris Glisson will officially be the sole owner of the Lake Michigan Admirals once again. The James family, who had major plans to move the team to Warren, Michigan, had a huge setback when a major investor group decided that they were not going to be able to help this upcoming season. This put the James family in a financial pinch and that's when Glisson and Mr. and Mrs. James had a meeting to decide what the next step was going to be. Glisson made a very...   [read more]

Jerice
Crouch
USBasket.com All-PBL Awards 2017 - 2 Years ago
USBasket.com All-PBL 1st Team 2017
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Crouch
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Allmond
Bernard Edwards
Edwards
Gerard DeVaughn
DeVaughn
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