SMCC - men 2015-2016:

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Re: SMCC - men 2015-2016:

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Jan 10, 2016 10:01 am

Morgan and Talbot Lead SMCC to 85-70 Victory Over St. Joe's

Rutland, VT - The Seawolves came out hot in last night's game against the Saints of the College of St. Joseph's, shooting an impressive 15-29 from the field in the first half to build a 25 point lead going into the break. St. Joe's made a push in the second but the Seawolves were able to hang on and clinch the 85-70 victory.

Shooting guard Grayson Waterman (Berwick, ME) got things rolling for the Seawolves, netting a three pointer to give SM a 3-2 edge. The Saints tied the game with a Kareem Brown free throw and SMCC responded with a layup by junior forward John Morgan (Sanford, ME) to take back the lead, one that they would not relinquish. At the 4:54 mark another made layup by Morgan sparked a 10-0 Seawolves run that would give them their largest lead of the game at 44-17.

The teams exchanged baskets for the first nine minutes of the second half until an Antonio Gordon layup started a 12-0 Saints run that slashed the SM lead to 13. Sophomore shooting guard Matt Talbot (Portland, ME) slowed St. Joe's fiery comeback when he hit two free throws and a shot from beyond the arc but the Saints rattled off four unanswered points to keep the game close at 65-54. At the five minute mark Talbot and Morgan combined for nine points over the course of a minute to extend the lead back to 18 and solidify the Seawolves' triumph.

Talbot ended the game with 18 points, nine rebounds and five assists while Morgan netted 18 and grabbed six boards. Shooting guards Ville Wuorenjuuri (Helsinki, Finland) and Grayson Waterman chipped in with 14 and 13 respectively.

The Saints were led by Antonio Gordon who scored a team high 25 points and Kareem Brown who added a double-double with 18 points and 11 rebounds.

The Seawolves (7-12, 4-4 YSCC) will look to keep this second semester win streak rolling when they travel to Great Bay CC on Wednesday.

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Re: SMCC - men 2015-2016:

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Jan 18, 2016 12:12 pm

Seawolves Win Fourth Straight

South Portland - Sophomore shooting guard Grayson Waterman (Berwick, ME) netted a game high 20 points and grabbed seven boards to lead the Seawolves to their fourth consecutive win, 84-76 over the Community College of Rhode Island (CCRI).

The Knights came out firing, taking an early 7-4 lead but a shot from downtown by Waterman knotted the game at 7-7, the first of four ties in the game. The Knights' proceeded to rattle off nine unanswered points, with five of those coming from shooting guard Adrian LaFleur to take their largest lead of the game, 16-7. The Seawolves answered back with an 11-0 run that started with a Jordan DeRosby (Waterville, ME) free throw, to get back on top by two. The Seawolves outscored the Knights by five in the final eight minutes of the first half giving them a seven point cushion going into the break.

In the first seven minutes of the second half CCRI scored 30 points, which included five made three pointers by shooting guard Elijah Vazquez, to give the Knights a 54-45 lead. CCRI held onto their nine point lead until three consecutive layups by Seawolves' forward Dylan Silvestri (Pelham, NH) slashed the Knights' lead to three. CCRI was able to maintain a small advantage until Jack Tolan (South Portland, ME) connected on a layup and two free throws to give SMCC a three point edge. The Knights were able to whittle the lead back down to one but the Seawolves were able to hold them off and pick up the 84-76 victory.

Joining Waterman on the leaderboard were point guards Ville Wuorenjuuri (Helsinki, Finland) and DeRosby who each pitched in with 13 points.

Pacing the Knights were Edvaldo Ferreira and LaFleur who netted 17 apiece and Vazquez who ended with 15.

With this win the Seawolves improve to 9-12 overall. They will be back in action on Wednesday the 20th when the travel to Unity College for an 8pm tip.

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