The Roadrunners closed out the Stone Laser Imaging Classic in the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center Nov. 17 with an 84-53 victory over the Harcum College Bears from Bryn Mawr, Pa. SFCC (5-2) jumped out to a 24-6 lead in the first half, a lead it would never surrender.
SFCC went to halftime with a 37-30 lead, and outscored Harcum 47-23 in the second half.
“Our defense was what really stood out to me,” said Roadrunners Head Coach Kevin Thomas. “We held Harcum to 34 percent shooting. We did a good job making them take tough contested shots. We also rebounded the ball well. We forced 24 turnovers against them, which was awesome. We had solid play from a lot of different guys.”
Sophomore guard Kenny Chery led SFCC in scoring with 23 points, tied for the team lead in rebounds with seven and dished out a team-leading six assists. Freshman guard Joe Thomasson contributed 12. Freshman wing Dashawn Stitt added 11 points and tied for the team lead with seven rebounds. Freshman guard Deron Hill also pulled down seven rebounds.
Thomasson was second in team in assists, dishing out five in the game, and also led the team in steals with three. Sophomore forward Ayo Ojo registered a team-high four blocked shots. Sophomore wing Jacob Williams and Thomasson were named to the All-Classic team for SFCC. Thomasson was also named Most Valuable Player for the classic.
SFCC Athletics Department