The Kellogg Community College men’s basketball team won it’s latest home game 96-92 against conference opponent Lansing Community College on Saturday.
Leading for the Bruins were freshman Tahveayr Boykins, who had 23 points, 9 rebounds and 6 assists; sophomore Jamari Thomas-Newell, with 20 points and 5 rebounds; freshman Dashaan Palmer, who had 16 points and 4 blocked shots; sophomore Gregorye Windom, with 14 points; sophomore Ron Jamierson, who had 13 points and freshman Larry Patrick, with 8 rebounds and 5 blocked shots.
Head Coach Gary Sprague said that Gregorye Windom came off the bench and knocked down four three-pointers and Boykins sealed the game with three big free-throws in the final minute.
“After trailing behind as much as 12 points in the first half the Bruins comeback to take a 96-92 win from visiting team Lansing.” Sprague said. “After applying full court pressure KCC’s defense forced 19 turnovers, 8 steals and 8 blocked shots.”
The recent win brings the Bruins’ overall record for the season so far to 8-13; the team’s conference record is 5-5.
The team’s next match is away in Kalamazoo versus Kalamazoo Valley Community College; Wednesday, Feb. 5 starting at 7:30 p.m.
For more information about KCC’s men’s basketball team, including photos, a team roster and complete schedule, visit www.kellogg.edu/mens-basketball.