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Rodgers poured in 17 points. - Dec 13, 2018

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Sterling, Colo. - The Plainsmen basketball team hosted the Northwest Kansas Technical College JV team before heading into the winter break. After a delayed start, the Plainsmen took no time to get things started. Northeastern jumped out to an early 9-3 lead before the Mavericks took a timeout to figure out their defense. After the timeout, the Plainsmen began their run with two monster dunks by Relando Rodgers (206-C). Those plays ignited the Plainsmen and allowed them to take the 37-15 lead. At the halfway mark of the first half, Northeastern began to cool off and allowed the Mavericks to cut into the Plainsmen lead. With less than five minutes remaining in the half, the Mavericks called another timeout with Northeastern still leading 45-27. In the final minutes of the game, the men were able to roll off a few points before halftime and keep the 57-36 lead.

During halftime, Coach Trenkle and Coach Moton emphasized staying true to their game and playing Plainsmen basketball. Right out of the gate it was apparent what they were doing because Northeastern ran their plays in their entirety until they found a wide-open shot. The game plan allowed the men to extend their lead to 25 as the scoreboard read 70-45. As the game continued, the Plainsmen continued to execute and dominated the second half. The game ended with Northeastern on top 111-66.

Rodgers finished with 17 points on 7-of-8 shooting, including making his only three point attempts and knocking down two free throws.

The Plainsmen head into break with an 8-7 record and will start things back up on Jan. 10 as they host Sheridan College.


Great Sportsmanship @ SCBBC Showtime in Paradise Games - Milton C. McLean - 23 hours ago
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI - The Sea Cows Bay Basketball Club (SCBBC) 9-12 Showtime in Paradise Tournament 2019 presented a wonderful opportunity to showcase the basketball talents of the young and budding players both in the USVI and the Virgin Islands (VI) according to SCBBC President Mr Milton C. McLean. Impressive Talent Wrapping up a fantastic series of weekend games, Mr McLean said, 'I was very impressed by the talent level of most of the children, particularly those representing Zero...   [read more]

Eral Penn
Eral Penna and LIU season ends - 11 days ago
LORETTO, Pa. - Eral Penn (201-F) and the LIU Brooklyn men's basketball team closed an 18-point gap down to just five points in the second half, but it wasn't enough, as top-seeded Saint Francis U. beat the Blackbirds to advance to the Northeast Conference championship game, 72-64. LIU finishes the season with a 16-16 overall record. Penn, a sophomore, contributed two points, and six rebounds. The game was a battle from the start, in a packed DeGol Arena. The Red Flash started the game g...   [read more]

Juco Finale - 13 days ago
D'Moi Hodge (193-G) who had 20 of his game-high 27 in the first half, but SCF Manatees fell to 18th ranked Eastern Florida, 77-71, Thursday night in the quarterfinals of the state tournament. "First of all, I just want to congratulate coach Parks. He has done an unbelievable job this year and I knew coming in this was going to be a dog fight because they are one of the better teams in the state. I am just so proud of him for the job he has done in his first year," Shulman said. SCF Manat...   [read more]

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