JDCC goes winless in Tallahassee
Published 8:39 am Monday, November 26, 2012
Playing in the TCC (Tallahassee Community College) Thanksgiving Classic Wednesday and Thursday in Tallahassee, the Jefferson Davis Community College Warhawk basketball team dropped their two games to remain winless this season.
The Warhawks lost to Aiken Technical College Wednesday 70-59 to fall to 0-6 overall and on Thursday, lost to TCC 94-49 to fall to 0-7 and go 0-2 in the Classic.
JDCC will be back in action Saturday, Dec. 1 at home against Marion Military. Game time is set for 2 p.m. at Warhawk Gym.
The game will be the only home for JDCC in December and one of only two games in the month. JDCC will also play at Southern Union on Saturday, Dec. 8 before taking off for Christmas break.
JDCC will be back in action Monday, Jan. 7 against Marion Military.
Aiken Tech 70, JDCC 59
Despite having nine of their 11 players score, JDCC dropped a 70-50 loss to Aiken Tech Wednesday in their first game of the TCC Thanksgiving Classic.
JDCC trailed Aiken 37-28 after the first half and was outscored 33-31 in the second half to fall by 11.
Chris Oden led the Warhawks in the loss with 13 points. Adrian Rich followed with nine points and Devonte Pope had eight points. Dee Jay Braggs and Keaynon Gulley both had six points along with R.J. Bowers.
Matt Bass chipped in five points and Fletcher Forte added four points. Anthony Bell finished with two points.
Forte led with seven assists and Braggs led with four rebounds.
Bell and Braggs both finished with one block each while Bell, Corderrio Hasewood and Pope all had one steal each in the loss.
TCC 94, JDCC 49
Playing against host TCC in their second game of the Classic on Thursday, JDCC lost 94-49.
The Warhawks were outscored 41-22 in the first half and 53-27 in the second to take the loss by 45 points.
All Warhawks scored as Rich led with 11 points and Bell finished with nine.
Bass and Pope had five points each while Bowers and Forte had four points each.
Hasewood and Kenny Nabors had three points each while Oden and Braggs had two points each. Gulley finished with one point each.
Forte and Bell had three rebounds each to lead in the loss while Oden had two assists to lead.
Oden also led with two steals.