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Archers Blow Out Logan Chiropractic

December 02, 2012

Evan Jones  
Evan Jones topped all scorers with 16 points in the Archers' 101-52 win over Logan College of Chiropractic Dec. 1.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The St. Louis Community College men’s basketball team opened the December portion of its schedule in the same manner in which the Archers rolled in November. In a month in which the Archers went 8-1 and piled up 90 or more points five times, STLCC saved its biggest outburst for Dec. 1, breaking the 100-point plateau for the first time in a 101-52 win over Logan College of Chiropractic.

The Archers showed progress in a few key areas Saturday, most notably at the free-throw line, connecting on 15 of 21 attempts. The team’s performance from the free-throw line had been a sore spot for much of the early-season schedule.

For the second straight game, the Archers received a strong second-half performance from freshman guard Travon Williams (University City). Williams scored 14 points, second only to freshman guard Evan Jones (Cardinal Ritter), who netted 16. Freshman guard Kuna Lahai-Pumagoi (Edwardsville) scored 13, as did sophomore forward Will Clark (Summit), who connected on a season-best seven of eight free-throw attempts. The performance was a solid one for Clark, who played just six minutes of the Archers’ 97-55 win over Webster University’s junior varsity last Thursday.

“I thought our energy level was better,” head coach Randy Albrecht said. “I think we’re just getting a little more familiar with each other and our rotations. Overall, I think we’re ready now. We’re going to find out the next two weeks. We’ll know where we are after the next four games, probably.”

The Archers’ schedule will see a sharp change in competition this week, when they host Mid-South College at 3 p.m. Friday, before playing Lewis and Clark Community College in the STLCC Shootout on Sunday. That contest tips off at 1 p.m.