ACCC teams lose to Ravens

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January 10, 2011 - 12:00 AM

COFFEYVILLE — Allen County Community College’s Red Devil basketball teams’ struggles continued Saturday on the road at Coffeyville Community College.
The Red Devil women lost 76-50 to Coffeyville in Jayhawk Eastern Division play. The Red Devil women are 0-4 in conference play and 2-13 overall.
Allen County’s men stayed with NJCAA Division I sixth-ranked Red Ravens in the first half, trailing 31-26 at halftime. But the Red Ravens rolled to a 101-51 win outscoring the Red Devils 70-25 in the second half.
The loss puts the ACCC men at 0-4 also in conference. They are 3-12 overall.
On Wednesday, Allen County hosts Johnson County Community College in a Jayhawk East doubleheader. The JCCC women are ranked No. 1 in NJCAA Division II and the JCCC men are ranked fourth. Both Cavalier teams are 2-2 in conference play.
“We kept the game close in the first half until we got into foul trouble,” ACCC women’s head coach Marcus Hicks said of Saturday’s contest. “Jazmynn (Johnson) and Rockell (Goldson) each had three fouls apiece in the first half.”
Coffeyville led the ACCC women 37-26 at halftime. Coffeyville outscored Allen County 39-24 in the second half.
“Again we were hurt by turnovers, 23, and offensive rebounds, 16, as Coffeyville  outscored us 29-10 off turnovers and 15-2 on second-chance points,” Hicks said.
Nicole Swick led the Red Devil women with 12 points and six rebounds. Johnson had nine points while Kynesha Nisbett had eight  points.
Goldson and Aeriss McNeese each scored seven points. Danielle Best had four points and six rebounds. Queona Walker had four assists and three points.
Tiana Cannon paced Coffeyville with 28 points. Ondrea Shaw had 15 points and 18 rebounds.
Allen County’s men got 17 points, six rebounds, and two assists from Jason Smith. He was the only Red Devil to score in double figures.
Thomas Daniel added eight points followed by Rickey Hollis with seven. Tahshaun Kelly and Terrell Shears each scored six points.
Scoring two points apiece were Robert Wright, Keevis Tukes and Chad Rourk. Allen County was 21 of 29 at the free-throw line and shot just 33 percent from the field.
Coffeyville got 21 points from Stacy Wilson and 18 each from Kevin Broussard and Eriq Harris. Dawon Cummings added 11.

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