JDCC loses two at Mississippi tourney, now 2-5

Published 10:27 am Monday, November 29, 2010

In the Mississippi Gulf Coast Tournament Monday and Tuesday of last week, the Jefferson Davis Community College had their two game win streak snapped as they went 0-2 in the tournament to drop to 2-5 overall.
JDCC lost to Mississippi Gulf Coast on Monday 85-63 before losing to Holmes Community College 82-69.
JDCC will be back in action Saturday, Dec. 4, when they travel to Enterprise for a 4 p.m. tip.
JDCC will be back at home Monday, Dec. 6, when they take on Marion Military at 7 p.m. at Warhawk gym in Brewton.

Imagine a football game where a team passed 40 times and did not once get called for a single holding call. That is how JDCC head basketball coach Allen Gainer had his game compared to in an 85-63 loss to Mississippi Gulf Cost in the first game of the tournament.
Mississippi Gulf Coast had five fouls called on them the whole game against JDCC and attempted 18 free throws while JDCC only attempted three.
JDCC’s first and only free throw in the first half came with 58 seconds left before halftime while the final two game in the second half, both at the 1:08 mark left in the game.
Of JDCC’s three free throws they made two in the 22-point loss.
JDCC was outscored 40-35 in the first half and 45-28 in the second half.
The Warhawks saw nine players score in the loss with four in double figures. Daryl Duncan led with 13 points followed by Brandon Scott with 12 points and Eric Vidrine with 11 points. Braylon Lazare rounded out the double figure scorers with 10 points.
Malcolm Bell added five points and Kahlee Tyler had four points along with Derell Washington.
Joshua Fealing and Adam Stumpf both chipped in two points each.
Tyler led with five defensive rebound and five total rebounds and Scott led with two offensive rebounds and five total as well. Tyler had four assists to lead and along with Lazare and Scott had two steals to lead.

Holmes 82, JDCC 69
Against Holmes in the second game of the tournament, JDCC lost 82-69 after being outscored 43-25 in the first half and 39-34 in the second half.
JDCC had 10 scorers in the loss with two in double figures. Turmonte Ragland led with 19 points and Sherman Presswood had 16. Tyler had seven points while Chris Peak had seven points and Lazare had six points. Washington and five points and Bell had four points. Duncan, Peak, Fealing and Vidrine had three points each.
Scott led with three offensive rebounds and Duncan and Lazare had three defensive. Lazare and Scott led with five rebounds each.
Lazare added six assists to lead in the loss and Scott led with one block. Presswood and Washington both had two steals to lead.

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