SCC Men's Basketball defeats Northwest Indian College with second half comeback

Thursday, January 31, 2013

The Shoreline Community College Men's Basketball Team erased a 12 point half-time deficient and came back to win 103-94 on Wednesday night in Bellingham, WA against Northwest Indian College. 

SCC was down 52-40 at half-time, but poured in 63 points in the 2nd half to overcome the Eagles. SCC scored 33 points off turnovers in the game as their full court pressure forced 28 NWIC ball handling mistakes.

Kadeem Stewart and Joshua Youngblood again led SCC's offense, as sophomore Stewart scored 31 points with 11 assists and 5 steals and sophomore Youngblood scored 26 points with 7 rebounds and 5 steals. Dean Viena and Abdul Mohamed scored 12 points each for the Dolphins while Zach Hafen scored 11 to close out the double figure scoring for SCC. 

SCC now stands at 3-14 for the season. SCC faces Everett Community College on Saturday in the SCC Gym at 4:00 PM to open the 2nd half of the NWAACC Northern Region schedule. SCC lost to EVCC on January 5 121-116 to open the region schedule.


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