SCC Men's basketball team struggles, but individuals shine

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

The Shoreline CC Men’s Basketball Team has struggled
to only 2 wins this season, but has several individual stars.
Photo by Wilson Tsoi

The Shoreline Community College Men's Basketball Team has struggled to a 2-14 record this season, but individual talent has shone on the team.

SCC has three of the leading scorers in the NWAACC this season:

#7 - Kadeem Stewart at 21 points per game.
#9 - Joshua Youngblood at 20 points per game
#14 - Nahshon George at 18.5 points per game.

All three players are sophomores, while Stewart and Youngblood are transfers to Shoreline from other community colleges and only started play in January. George is a second year player for the Dolphins but has been out with a high ankle sprain in recent games.

George, from Hawaii, leads the NWAACC in rebounding, with a 14.33 average per game. While freshman Adam Johnson, from Ballard High School is #10 in the league, with a 8.21 average.

And Stewart, who played high school basketball at Rainer Beach, also leads the NWAACC assists, with a 7.43 average per game.

Shoreline as a team scores 100.50 points game this season, but so far, that has led to only 2 wins while last season, the team went 19-12 while scoring 103 points a game.


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