SCC Sweeps Edmonds in Basketball

Monday, February 21, 2011

Kylie Williams scored 28. Photo by Wilson Tsoi.
Lady Dolphin Basketball Team Breaks 11 Game Losing Streak Against Rival Edmonds CC

The Shoreline Community College women’s basketball team beat Edmonds Community College on Monday night in the SCC gym by the score of 65-59 to break an 11 game losing streak.

SCC was down 29-26 at half-time, but stayed close during the second half, as both teams could not find a consistent offense. Kylie Williams scored 28 for the Lady Dolphins, as she took control of the game in the later stages, hitting 8 of 10 free throws down the stretch. Gnanamani Hooyman added 12 for SCC before going down with and ankle injury late in the games.

SCC is now 6-16 on the season, 2-12 in the NWAACC Northern Region. The Dolphins play their last home game of the season on Wednesday night in the SCC Gym at 5:30 PM, in the athletic homecoming game. SCC will face Peninsula College. Edmonds drops to 10-12 overall and 6-8 in the region.

Alfie Miller scored 19. Photo by Wilson Tsoi.
SCC Men’s Basketball Defeats Edmonds 85-80

The Shoreline Community College men’s basketball defeated rival Edmonds CC on Monday night in the SCC gym, 85-80. The Dolphins broke a 3 game losing streak themselves and got revenge for an overtime loss at Edmonds earlier in the season.

Sean Jones and Alfie Miller scored 19 each for the Dolphins, while Blayne Clanton and Joe Bodman also added 12 each. Dontae Davis pulled down 11 rebounds for SCC as the SCC squad dominated the boards, 54 to 38 in rebounds.

Edmonds had a 45-41 lead at half-time, but Shoreline took over in the final 10 ten minutes, leading by 6-8 points much of the second half. Edmonds cut it to 2 at 80-78, but SCC hit its free throws to win the game.

Shoreline is 13-11 on the year, 6-8 in the region while Edmonds falls to 5-17 overall and 3-11 in the league. SCC will take on Peninsula College on Wednesday night in the SCC Gym, in the last home game of the year. Game time is 7:30 PM and it is sophomore night and the athletic homecoming as well.


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