JDCC hoops still looking for first win

Published 6:40 pm Monday, December 1, 2008

By Staff
The Jefferson Davis Community College Warhawk basketball continued their winless streak for their 2008-2009 season as they fell to 0-8 with two losses in their last two games.
The Warhawks from Brewton fell by 24 points to Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College when they lost 104-80 Monday night and then fell by 26 points to Pearl River 79-53.
Both games were part of a tournament that was held in Perkingston, Miss. on the campus of Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College.
The Jefferson Davis Community College Warhawks will be back in action on Saturday, December 6 at Southern Union in Wadley at 7 p.m.
JDCC will have just their second home game of the season on the next Saturday, Dec. 13 when they take on Bevill-Fayette in Warhawk Gym.
Game time is set for 2 p.m.
Those two games will be the Warhawks only two games in December.
After the two games, JDCC will have Christmas break and will be back in action in 2009 at home on Tuesday, Jan. 6 when they take on Mississippi Gulf Coast at 6 p.m.
Six of the Warhawks eight games in the month of January will be at home.
MGCCC 104, JDCC 80
Despite a 30-point performance from Deforest Taite for the Warhawks, JDCC dropped to 0-7 when they fell to Mississippi Gulf Coast 104-80.
JDCC shot 35 percent from the field, but only had one other player in double figures with Brandon Howard having 12.
Mississippi Gulf Coast outscored JDCC 46-29 in the first half and then outscored JDCC by seven in the second half at 58-51 to add to their 17-point lead and win by 24.
Logan Campbell and Anthony Jones both led JDCC with six rebounds.
Tysean Thompson led JDCC with three assists and one block and Taite led with three steals in the loss for the Warhawks.
Pearl River 79, JDCC 53
In their second game in the Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College basketball tournament, JDCC dropped to 0-8 with a 79-53 loss to Pearl River.
Pearl River outscored JDCC 41-30 in the first half and 38-23 in the second half to win 79-53.
Taite led JDCC again with 16 points and Campbell led with two assists.

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