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Roadrunners Shoot Past North Arkansas College
Monday, November 21, 2011
Roadrunners Shoot Past North Arkansas College
The Roadrunners used the three-point shot to defeat the North Arkansas College Pioneers from Harrison, Ark., Nov. 15 at the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center. SFCC (2-4) shot a blistering 20-34 from beyond the three-point arc for the game and went on to win 106-75.
Sophomore guard Alfonzo Houston opened the shooting display with back-to-back three-point field goals to start the game. The Roadrunners stretched the advantage to 11-2 to begin the game.
“Alfonzo knocked some three-point shots early in the game and got us a lead, and then we stopped guarding,” said Roadrunners Head Coach Kevin Thomas. “In the second half we did a much better job of defending, denying and pressuring the ball. Mike Bradley did a good job of leading by example. We were able to make some shots on the other end to extend the lead.”
SFCC took a 45-30 lead into halftime. In the second half, sophomore wing Antonin Galaya knocked down one of his nine three-point shots on the night to make the score 66-38 with just over 14 minutes remaining. Sophomore forward Ayo Ojo got the crowd on its feet with a steal and breakaway dunk to make the score 82-55. SFCC went on to claim a 106-75 victory.
Galaya led four Roadrunners in double figures with 29 points and a team-high seven rebounds. Freshman guard Kenny Chery dished out a team-leading seven assists in the contest. Houston contributed 20 points. Ojo added 16 points and freshman guard D'Angelo Tucker pitched in with 14 points. Every Roadrunner who played scored in the game. Bradley registered two blocked shots in the contest. He and sophomore guard Fred Wilson tied for the team lead in steals with three.
David Rohrbach
SFCC Athletics Department

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