Wednesday, April 9, 2014

SC Generals - Available Sophomores


Sheridan College Available Sophomores

 
Coaches, as the season winds down, we wanted to send you some information on our available sophomores that are still open to recruitment.
 
We have four sophomores that are still very open to recruitment at this point in time, that we wanted to highlight. Several of these players aren’t getting as much recruitment as they would have if 3 of our other players didn’t sign D1 during the early period (Alston to St. Bonaventure, Dure to Arkansas State, Rodriguez to Nevada). Please let us know if you have any interest or questions for the following players. I’ve included full-game and highlight links (where applicable) for each player below. If you need more film on DVD we’d be happy to send out. The easiest & quickest way is to send an email to ssmiley@sheridan.edu or call me at 307-674-6446 x 4000.

 We also have some qualifier Freshmen that would entertain D1 possibilities at this point in time.
 
We appreciate your interest in our players! Coach Smiley…

 Jeff Amazan:

Hometown: Boston, MA

Previous Schools: East Boston, TAAG Academy Prep (FL), Highland CC (IL)

Height & Weight: 6’3.5”, 205

Position: SG / SF / (PF in right system)

Academics: On pace to graduate (has to finish second English class in May to finalize Associates).

Projected level: LM+

Key Stats: 262lb Bench Press, 410lb Squat, 34pullup max, 36.5 Drop Step Vert (#2 on team),

10.3 ppg, 4.4 rpg, Started 16 games this year.

18 points vs Snow, 17 points 9 rebounds vs. Eastern Wyoming, 20 points vs. NJC, 12 points vs. Casper, 13 & 8 vs. Northwest WY, 14 vs Western Wyoming, 14 & 8 vs. Gillette, 20points at Northwest WY

***Named to the Region 9 All-Tournament Team!



Full-game film vs. Northwest in Region 9 Tourney:



Coach Smiley’s comments: “Jeff was an extremely multi-dimensional player in our system this season, playing anywhere from the 1-4. His primary position is on the wing, but he can create for others, and his strength allows him to play a 3 or 4 at the next level as well. He has the ability to get to the rim and finish, and also shoots well from the 3. He’s also a great rebounding guard and really is good guarding on the ball.”

 


 
Kyi Thomas:

Hometown: Sacramento, CA

Previous Schools: Sheldon HS, Sacramento State

Height & Weight: 6’4”, 200

Position: SG / SF

Academics: On pace to graduate in the spring. *Will have 3 yrs left, was a redshirt at Sac State last year.

Projected level: LM (has 3 years left)

Key Stats: 246lb Bench Press, 496lb Squat, 35” Drop Step Vert.

Started our last 9 games, undefeated during that stretch until we lost in Final 4.

Top defensive player on the team. 42% from 2FG.

18pts vs Colorado Northwestern. 12 points vs. Little Big Horn, 11pts 5 reb vs. Western Wyoming,


Full-game film vs. Colorado Northwestern: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TxPVbexZ1aI (box score below)


Coach Smiley’s comments: “Kyi was stuck for most of the season behind several D1 players, but when he was given an opportunity late in the year, he seized the opportunity to be our top defender and never relinquished a starting spot. Kyi’s a phenomenal athlete, strong and explosive, and can guard a multitude of different players. Offensively, as he simplified his game later in the year, he really started to blossom. He’s a capable 3-point shooter and really hard to guard when he attacks the rim. Kyi’s another terrific rebounder as a big guard.”



 Tate Hilgenkamp:

Hometown: Laramie, WY

Height & Weight: 5’10”, 165

Position: PG / SG

Academics: On pace to graduate

Projected level: D2 / NAIA

Key Stats: 216lb Bench, 428lb Squat, 32pull-up max. Started final 6 games of season, was 8-1 as starting PG. Shoots 42% from 3FG. Scored 10 pts vs. Gillette, 10pts at Casper, 10pts at Central Wyoming in last 6 games of regular season.

Full-game vs. Gillette College: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OUyc5GebSl8

Coach Smiley’s comments: “One of my all-time favorite players. Was a team-first player during his entire career as he played limited minutes behind several D1 players. After a losing streak late in the season, we gave Tate a chance to start and run the show and he far exceeded our expectations, helping us to win 9 straight games before our season ending loss in the Final 4 of the Regional. Tate is a great shooter from 3, crafty at getting to the rim or hitting the pull-up, and has a very good Assist:TO ratio. Tate has a great feel for the game, doesn’t put himself in bad situations on the floor, and makes others around him better.”

 

 

 
Taylor Millay:

Hometown: Casper, WY

Height & Weight: 6’7”, 260

Position: Post

Academics: Will have 48 transferable

Projected level: D2 / NAIA

Key Stats: 236lb Bench, 475lb Squat. Shoots 50% from the field.

One of our top Rebounders per 30 minutes played, but stats are low because playing behind several mid-level D1 players.

Coach Smiley’s comments: “I truly believe Taylor is a diamond in the rough, with the lack of true post players available. He would be an absolute steal in the NAIA and would be a good D2 post player for sure in the right system. Taylor prefers to play back to basket, but also can face up from 10’-15’, runs the floor well, is physical & tough, and is a good rebounder. I was disappointed that we weren’t able to get Taylor more quality minutes this year (played behind 3 posts that will all go D1), but he is well worth a D2 or NAIA taking.”




 

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Generals Sign Colorado Standout Jevon Griffin


 
 
The Sheridan College Generals are pleased to announce the first signee of their 2014-15 class with the addition of 6’4” 200lb guard Jevon Griffin of Denver East High School. Widely regarded as one of the top prospects in all of Colorado, Griffin just finished his decorated high school career with a State Championship in March and recently being named to the 2nd-team All Colorado Team from the Denver Post.

 Griffin started his high school career at Kennedy High School, where he was a Freshman starter on the varsity team and had 20 points in his first varsity start. After transferring to Denver East for his junior season, Griffin was a member of teams that were ranked #1 in Colorado’s biggest classification, 5A, as both a junior and senior and he was named to the All-Colorado 2nd-Team during both seasons. East lost in the State Title during Jevon’s junior year, and won the championship this past season. In the title game, Griffin had 14 points and 10 rebounds.
 
Griffin was also named 1st-Team Denver Public League as a junior and senior, and was named to the All-Tourney State Team during his junior year. On a team with players also signed at Creighton and the University of Colorado this season, Griffin was a tremendous all-around asset, averaging 13 points, 6 rebounds, and 4 assists per game. In the summer, Griffin played for one of Colorado’s top traveling teams, Chauncey Billups Elite.

 



Coach Smiley had this to say about Jevon: “We’re beyond excited to announce that Jevon will be the first member of our incoming recruiting class. We’ve targeted Jevon as a top priority for a long time, and getting Jevon’s commitment is a major piece for building our team for next year. Jevon is a big guard that can play multiple spots and guard multiple spots, and we do plan on using Jevon as a big lead guard because of his vision and feel for the game. We anticipate Jevon having an immediate impact on our program this coming season.”

The Generals are coming off of another stellar season in which they finished with a 27-6 overall record, Region 9 North runner-up, Final Four Appearance in the Region 9 Tournament, and ranked as high as #21 in the National Top 25 poll.

Thursday, March 6, 2014

Generals Fall In Region Final Four



The Sheridan College Generals tournament run came to an end in the Region IX Final Four to the Region IX Tournament Champions Northeastern Junior College Plainsmen. The Generals were victorious in their first two contests, defeating the Otero Rattlers and the Northwest Trappers. The #30 ranked Generals finished the season 27-6.

A hot second half helped the Generals defeat Otero by a final score of 83-65. The two teams were tied at 36 going into halftime, but a defensive effort in the second half held the Rattlers to 36% from the field and saw the Generals win the half 47-29. Sophomore forward Frederic Dure led all scorers with a game high 23 points, 10 rebounds, and 5 assists. Abednego Lufile notched a double-double scoring 14 points and grabbing 12 rebounds on the evening, also swatting 6 shots. Jeff Amazan chipped in 17 points on the night while grabbing 7 boards.

Against the Northwest College Trappers a balanced attack helped push the Generals into the Region IX Final 4. Sophomore guards Frederic Dure and Jeff Amazan had 15 and 14 points respectively. Freshman forward Kaileb Rodriguez scored 12 points, grabbed 10 rebounds, and rejected 3 shots on the night. Iakeem Alston had 11 points, 7 rebounds, and 5 assists in the victory. Abednego Lufile was the final General to score in double figures, chipping in 10 points in the win. The General dominated the glass, out rebounding the Trappers 45-36.

In the Region IX Final Four the Generals saw a 43-38 half-time lead disappear late in the second half as the Plainsmen made a surge that would push them all the way to claiming the Region IX Championship. The Generals were led in scoring by sophomore Jeff Amazan who provided 19 points on the evening. Jamir Andrews knocked down 3 three-point field goals on his way to 13 points. And sophomore guard Iakeem Alston chipped in 12 points before fouling out.

The Generals finished the year 27-6, including a 13-3 record in Region IX North play. Frederic Dure led the Generals this year with 15.1 points per game. Freshman Jamir Andrews had a stellar introduction into the Generals line up and averaged 12.3 points while shooting 40% from beyond the arc. Sophomore forward Josh Adeyeye contributed 11.4 points and 7.6 rebounds in 24 minutes of action before suffering a season ending injury. Sophomore guard Jeff Amazan finished out the Generals in double-figures on the year at 10.3 points per game. Iakeem Alston finished the year with 4.5 assists per game while contributed 8.6 points.

Dure Receives All Region Honor


Sheridan College sophomore guard Frederic Dure receives the Generals sole All-Region IX honor this season.  Dure, the 2nd leading vote recipient, averaged 15.1 points per game this season for the Generals in 26 minutes of action while shooting 48% from the field, 35% from beyond the arc, and 77% from the charity stripe. Fred averaged 4.4 rebounds per game and 2 assists per game this season while helping lead the Generals to a 25-5 record, finishing 2nd in Region IX North.  In two seasons for the Generals Fred has scored 738 points and won 49 games.


Thursday, February 20, 2014

Generals Extend Region IX Win Streak


The longest winning streak in Region IX Men’s Basketball continued Wednesday night as the Sheridan College Generals won their sixth straight game, defeat the Miles Community College Pioneers 98-91. The victory improves the Generals to 24-5 on the season, 12-3 in Region IX North play, and ensures that they will finish no lower than second going into the regional tournament next weekend. On sophomore night Fred Dure led the Generals with 29 points, including a perfect 7-7 effort from the charity stripe, and pulled down 9 rebounds. Freshman forward Abednego Lufile added another double-double to his resume, scoring 20 points and pulling down 11 rebounds in the win.  Sophomore guard Iakeem Alston chipped in 12 points on the evening and dished out 7 assists without committing a turnover. Freshman guard Jamir Andrews was the final General in double-figures, chipping in 10 points. 


All 10 members of the Sheridan College team that saw action Wednesday night scored in the victory. The Generals out-rebounded Miles 42-32, pulling down 20 offensive rebounds while the Pioneers claimed 11.  Sheridan will finish the regular season, this Saturday, February 22nd as they travel to Riverton, Wyoming to play the Central Wyoming College Rustlers.

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Generals win 5th in a row behind Andrews game-winning 3!

The Generals kept their recent hot streak intact with a thrilling 79-78 victory in Powell, WY over Northwest College. With the win, the Generals moved to 23-5 on the season (tied for most wins currently in all of Region 9) and 11-3 in North Region 9 with 2 games left in the regular season.

Trailing for the majority of the game, including a 32-41 halftime deficit, the Generals found themselves down by as many as 16 points midway through the second half before a furious rally cut the lead late. Trailing by 1 with 30 seconds to go, NWC made only 1 of 2 FT's to give the Trappers a 2-point cushion before Jamir Andrews hit a game-winning 3 with only seconds remaining.

Jeff Amazan had a huge game for SC with 20 points on 6-9 shooting, and both Jamir Andrews and Fred Dure added 12 points each.

The Generals are off until next Wednesday, when they face Miles City in the Golden Dome in the last regular season home game of the year. Tip-off will be 7:30 PM MST, and all SC Generals Sophomores will be recognized prior to the start of the game.

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Generals Beat Casper, Pick Up Season Sweep Of The T-Birds



(Casper) - The Sheridan College Generals stretched out a 1 point halftime lead with a hot shooting second half to pick up their 21st win of the season Wednesday night. The Generals shot 67% from the field, 71% from beyond the arc, and 74% from the charity stripe as they outscored the T-birds 48-33 in the second half. Jamir Andrews led all scorers with 18 points on the evening, going 4-6 from three-point range. Abednego Lufile scored 15 points on 7-9 shooting, including a pair of dunks in the second half to stretch out the Generals lead. Frederic Dure chipped in 12 points and grabbed 7 rebounds in the win. Tate Hilgenkamp had his second consecutive game in double-figures, scoring 10 pooints, including a pair of three-point field goals.

The Generals move to 21-5 on the season, 9-3 in Region IX North play. The Generals will host the Buccaneers of Dawson Community College, Saturday, February 8th at 5 pm in the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome. This home game will also be "Hall of Fame Night" where the Sheridan College Athletic Department will induct new members into the SC Hall of Fame.

Monday, February 3, 2014

Generals Pick Up 20th Win


The Sheridan College Generals picked up their 20th win of the season Saturday night with a 87-85 routing of the #14 Gillette College Pronghorns. The Generals snapped the Pronghorns 19 game win streak and moved to 8-3 in Region IX play. Freshman guard Jamir Andrews led the Generals with 19 points, including 5 three-point baskets.  Freshman forward Abednego Lufile continued his streak of hot play, scoring 18 points and grabbing 8 rebounds on the evening. Sophomore Jeff Amazan chipped in 14 points and grabbed 8 rebounds in the victory. Frederic Dure had a solid statistical night, scoring 12 points, grabbing 7 rebounds, dishing out 2 assists and grabbing 3 steals in the win. Tate Hilgenkamp rounds out the Generals in double-figures, knocking down a pair of three-point baskets on his way to a 10 point evening.

The Generals will travel to Casper, Wyoming on Wedneday, February 5th to take on the T-Birds at 7:30 pm.

Thursday, January 30, 2014

General Bounce Back Against The Mustangs


The Sheridan College Generals faced their longest losing streak of the season, two games, going into Wednesday night’s contest against the Western Wyoming Mustangs.  Facing a 10 point deficit with 18 minutes to go in the second half, the Generals responded with a 28-2 run to regain the lead before finishing off the Mustangs, 87-76.  The Generals were led by freshman forward Abednego Lufile who scored 11 of the Generals first 13 points, finishing the evening with 20 points and 11 rebounds. Sophomore guard Jeff Amazan scored 14 points off the bench in the win. Freshman Center Ra’Vonn Posey had a dominant display in the second half, scoring 12 points while going 5-8 from the field. Freshman guard Kyi Thomas scored all 11 of his points in the second half, while pulling down 5 rebounds.


The Generals improve to 19-5 on the year and will face the #14 ranked Gilllette College Pronghorns Saturday night, February 1st, in the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome at 7:30 PM.

Monday, January 20, 2014

Generals Add McCallum

The Sheridan College Generals have added Tredarius McCallum, a 6’6 guard from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina to their roster. Under NJCAA rule Tre will not be eligible to play in the remaining weeks of the 2013-2014 season, he will red-shirt this season and be on the Generals roster in 2014-2015 as a freshman. Tre played high school basketball at St. James High School in Myrtle Beach and prepped at South Carolina Sports Academy before joining the Generals in January.  While at South Carolina Sports Academy Tre showed stellar performances against some of the tope NJCAA teams in the country;  against Vincennes University Tre netted 14 points, 19 against Olney Central College, 19 against Cape Fear Community College.

“We’re really excited to add a player of Tre’s caliber at the break. This is the perfect situation for an incoming freshman to get acclimated to our school and program, and to get ahead academically. Tre is a multidimensional player that can score in a variety of ways and he has a motor that is always running. He’ll be a tremendous player for the Generals beginning in the fall.”

Generals Rally Late, Improve To 18-3


The Generals not only had to battle the Miles Community College Pioneers Saturday night in Miles City, Montana, but also had to overcome a devastating injury on their way to pick up their 18th win of the season. Facing a 4 point deficit with less than 3 minutes remaining, sophomore forward Josh Adeyeye scored a lay-up to cut the Pioneer lead to 2, however, Adeyeye suffered a season-ending injury on the play. The Generals would rally around their falling teammate, and a Preston Wells lay-up with 5.6 seconds remaining gave the Generals an 81-80 lead, securing their 18th victory of the season, improving their record to 18-3.


Frederic Dure led the Generals with 19 points, including 2 three-point field goals.  Josh Adeyeye finished with 15 points & 14 rebounds for the Generals.  Jeff Amazan chipped in 13 points and 6 rebounds on the evening. Freshman Jamir Andrews also scored in double-figures, contributing 11 points in the victory.  Generals face the Central Wyoming Rustlers this Wednesday, January 22nd at 7:30 pm in the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome.

Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Generals Battle Rams To 17th Win


A 51-32 General lead going into halftime lead to the 17th win on the season for Sheridan College, and making them 5-1 in Region IX North Play, 17-3 overall. The Little Big Horn Rams were able to score 48 points in the second half, but a final score of 102-80 left the Generals victorious.  Freshman center Ra'Vonn Posey led the Generals with 16 points off the bench on 7-10 shooting from the field. Freshman Jamir Andrews knocked down 3 three-point field goals on his way to another double-digit performance, finishing with 15 on the evening.  Freshman guard Kyi Thomas and center Rudolphe Joly both chipped in 12 points, Joly also pulling down 9 rebounds. Twelve of the thirteen Generals scored tonight as they inched closer to another 20 win season under Coach Smiley.

The Generals will travel to Miles City, Montana this Saturday, January 18th, as they will take on the Pioneers at 5 pm.

Saturday, January 11, 2014

Generals Defeat Trappers 90-85, Record 16th Victory On The Season.


The Sheridan College Generals move to 16-3 with a 90-85 victory over Northwest Wyoming Community College. The Trappers closed a 43-32 half-time gap but never came closer than 3 points away from the Generals. Sophomore guard Frederic Dure had 23 points on the evening, including a 3-6 shooting night from beyond the arc.  Sophomore guard Jeff Amazan chipped in 13 while grabbing 8 rebounds.  Sophomore guard Iakeem Alston & freshman guard Jamir Andrews both contributed 12 on the evening, Alston also dished out 6 assists.  Joshua Adeyeye was 1 rebound away from recording another double-double, scoring 11 points and grabbing 9 rebounds.


The Generals will continue Region IX play Tuesday, January 14th as they take on the Little Big Horn Rams at 7:30 pm.

Thursday, January 9, 2014

Generals Avast Bucaneers, Move to 15-3


(Glendive, MT) – The Generals picked up their 15th win of the season with a 93-73 routing of the Dawson Community College Buccaneers Wednesday night.  A hot shooting first half for the Generals saw an 18 point lead going into halftime behind 49% shooting from the field and 88% shooting from the charity stripe. The Generals never relinquished the lead in the second half and were able to stretch out the margin in the final minutes, giving them their 3rd conference win of the season.


Jamir Andrews led all scorers with 20 points, including 3 three point field goals and a perfect 7-7 from the foul line. Frederic Dure chipped in 18 points on the evening, going 3-5 from beyond the arc. Abednego Lufile was a rebound short of a double-double, scoring 11 points and pulling down 9 rebounds.  Kaileb Rodriguez was the last General in double figures, scoring 10 points on the evening. The Generals will host the Northwest College Trappers on Saturday, January 11th at the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome at 5:00 pm.

Sunday, January 5, 2014

Generals Edge T-Birds In Overtime 93-91


An extra five minutes of action was needed Saturday night at the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome for the Generals to edge the rival Casper College Thunderbirds, 93-91.  With the win, the Generals move to 2-1 in Region IX play, 14-3 overall. A made free-throw by freshman Abednego Lufile tied the game with 5 seconds remaining in regulation to send the contest into overtime.  Sophomore forward Josh Adeyeye led the Generals with 21 points and 6 rebounds.  Jamir Andrews had a hot start, scoring 16 points, including 3 three-point field goals in the first half, Andrews finished with 18. Frederic Dure finished with 14 points on the evening. Sophomore Jeff Amazan came off the bench to chip in 12 on the evening, including a pair of three-point baskets.


The Generals are back in action, Wednesday January 8th as they travel to Glendive, Montana to take on the Dawson College Buccaneers.

Monday, December 9, 2013

#28 Generals Wrap-Up First Semester


The Sheridan College Generals will enter the semester break with a 12-3 overall record, 1-1 in Region IX North play. The Generals were riding a 4-game winning streak before falling to Gillette College on December 7th in their final game of the 2013 season.  Sophomore guard Frederic Dure is currently leading the Generals in scoring at 14.7 points per game.  The Arkansas State signee is shooting 48% from the field and 35% from beyond the arc while pulling down 4.1 rebounds and dishing out 2 assists per contest. St. Bonaventure signee Iakeem Alston is leading the Generals in assists per game with 4.1 and also scoring 9.8 points while shooting 53% from the field.  Sophomore forward Joshua Adeyeye, 6’6 Fayeteville, NC native, is having a productive stint as a newcomer with the Generals, scoring 11.9 points and pulling down a team high 7.8 rebounds per game.  Freshman guard Jamir Andrews is the only other General in double-figure scoring, netting 11.6 points per game while shooting 39% from 3-point range.


The Generals will start the new year with an game on January 2nd against Malmstrom Air Force Base at the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome at 5:00 pm. Region IX play will continue on January 4th when the Generals face Casper College in the Dome at 5:00 pm.

Friday, November 29, 2013

Generals Pick Up Their 10th Win

The Sheridan College Generals pick up their 10th win of the season with a 89-77 victory over Dakota College of Bottineau.  The Generals iced the game with 6 consecutive made free-throws down the stretch, 4 from Andrews and 2 from Dure.  Frederic Dure led all scorers with a game high 24 points and 6 rebounds.  Jamir Andrews chipped in 21, including 3 three-point baskets and a perfect 8-8 from the charity stripe.  Joshua Adeyeye was the only other General in double-figures, netting 10 points and pulling down 8 rebounds. 


The Generals will close the Lions Club Tournament tomorrow night, November 30th with a 7 pm game against the Laramie County Golden Eagles.

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Generals Defeat Spartans 105-73, Move to 9-2

Sheridan College moved to 9-2 behind a hot start Wednesday night against the Colorado Northwest Community College Spartans.  The Generals hopped out to a 51-30 halftime lead against the Spartans at the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome.  A continued second half effort helped stretch the lead, giving the Generals a victory behind a final score of 105-73.  Freshman guard Kyi Thomas led all scorers with a game high 18 points. Guard Jamir Andrews chipped in 17 points, including three 3-point field goals. Freshman forward Abednego Lufile posted his first double-double of the season with 14 points and 11 rebounds.  Jeff Amazan and Kaileb Rodriguez also scored in double figures, netting 11 & 10 points respectively.


The Generals were able to maintain control of the glass, out-rebounding the Spartans 51-23, including 19 offensive rebounds. Sheridan will be back in action Friday, November 29th in the Lions Club Tournament as they face the Lumberjack from Dakota College at 7 pm.

Sunday, November 24, 2013

#13 Golden Eagles Edge Past #21 Generals

The Generals started off hot against the College of Southern Idaho Golden Eagles Saturday night as they took and early 7-2 lead in the opening minutes of the game. The #13 Eagles battled back to take a 6 point lead in the final seconds of the first half, until sophomore guard Frederic Dure sank a 3-point basket as time expired cutting the deficit to 46-43 at half.  A tied game at 69-69 in the second half was eventually turned into a Golden Eagle 15 point lead with 5:43 seconds remaining. A late surge by the Generals saw the CSI lead cut to 4 points before a controversial call negated an offensive rebound the Generals obtained and the Golden Eagles sank a pair of free-throws extending their lead to 6. The Generals could not string together enough late game stops and saw the Eagles walk away with a 104-99 victory. CSI improves to 7-1 on the year while the Generals fall to 8-2 on the season.

The Generals were led in scoring by sophomore guard Frederic Dure who had a team high 25 points. Sophomore forward Joshua Adeyeye fell short of a double-double, scoring 22 points, on 4-7 shooting from beyond the arc, and 9 rebounds.  Freshman guard Jamir Andrews chipped in 12 points on the nights. Sophomore guard Iakeem Alston also contributed 11 points while dishing out 6 assists. Kaileb Rodriguez was the final General to score in double figures, chipping in 10 points before fouling out.


The Generals are back in action this Wednesday, November 27th as they take on the Colorado Northwest Spartans in the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome.

Friday, November 22, 2013

Chukars Take Generals To Overtime

The Generals needed 5 extra minutes Friday night to take care of the Treasure Valley Chukars, edging them out in overtime 88-86 and moving to 8-1 on the year. A Treasure Valley tip-in with 2 seconds left tied the game and a Preston Wells half-court shot went in-and-out sending the game into a 3rd period. Jamir Andrews answered, scoring the first 8 of the Generals 12 first points in the extra period. Andrews finished the game with 17 on 6-9 shooting, including 4-6 from beyond the arc. Sophomore guard Frederic Dure led the Generals with 24 points, going 15-18 from the foul line. Dure also grabbed 6 rebounds and dished out 5 assists. Josh Adeyeye was the final General in double figures, scoring 17 points and grabbing 9 rebounds.

The #21 Generals will face #12 ranked College of Southern Idaho tommorrow evening, November 23rd, in Twin Falls, Idaho at 7 pm MST.

Saturday, November 16, 2013

Generals Fall Short Against Plainsmen


The Sheridan College Generals fall to the Northeastern Junior College Plainsmen by a final score of 89-86. The Generals saw a 7 point half-time deficit grow in the early minutes of the second half before closing the game and cutting the deficit to 3 in the final seconds of the contest. The Generals were led in scoring by sophomore guard Jeff Amazan who connected on 3 three-point shots, finishing with 20 points on the evening. Guard Iakeem Alston had 18 points, 9 assists, and 8 rebounds on the evening while shooting 12-14 from the foul line. Freshman forward Kaileb Rodriguez had his first double-digit scoring game, netting 16 points and grabbing 7 rebounds. Sophomore guard Frederic Dure was the last General to score in double-figures, adding 13. The Generals were a grim 5-20 from beyond the arc on the evening. The glass game was controlled by the Generals however, out-rebounding the Plainsmen 33-28, including 16 offensive rebounds.


The Generals are back in action Tuesday, November 19th as they take on the Rocky Mountain Battlin’ Bears in Billings, Montana.

Friday, November 15, 2013

Generals Dethrone Kings


The Generals move to 6-0 on the season with a 80-59 victory over the Colorado Kings. Jeff Amazan led the Generals with 14 points and 7 rebounds on the evening. Iakeem Alston contributed 10 points and 4 assists. Frederic Dure also scored in double figures, netting 10 points and 8 rebounds on the evening. Freshman forward Kaileb Rodriguez chipped in 9 points while grabbing 5 rebounds. Josh Adeyeye was shy of a double-double, finishing with 9 rebounds and 8 points.

The Generals are back in action tomorrow evening, November 16th at 7 pm against Northeastern Junior College for "Pack The Dome" night.

Sunday, November 10, 2013

Generals Soar Past The Eagles


The Sheridan College Generals trailed going into halftime for the first time this season as they battled the Laramie County Eagles to a 32-34 score.  A poor first half shooting display from the Generals saw them 21% from beyond the arc and 37% from the field. A second half surge witnessed those numbers jump to 39% from three and 52% from the field as the Generals defeated Laramie by a final count of 84-76.  Sophomore guard Frederic Dure led the Generals with 21 points, including a pair of clutch free-throws late in the game to ice the victory.  Forward Josh Adeyeye recorded his first double-double of the season by scoring 15 points and pulling down 10 rebounds.  Freshman center Rudolphe Joly added 10 points on the evening and pulled down 7 rebounds, 6 of which were offensive.  Jamir Andrews was the last General to score in double figures, netting 10 points on the evening. 


The Generals will host the Colorado Kings this weekend in the Best Western Tournament at the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome. Tip will be at 7:00 pm on Friday, November 15th

Friday, November 8, 2013

Generals Take Down The Lancers


The Sheridan College Generals improve to 4-0 on the season after picking up a neutral court win over the Eastern Wyoming Lancers in Cheyenne, Wyoming.  A 47-35 halftime lead by the Generals was never relinquished as the final buzzer saw a 96-80 Generals victory.  Sophomore guard Iakeem Alston finished with 18 points on 7-8 shooting, and dished out 5 assists on the evening.  Guard Jeff Amazan netted 17 points and grabbed 9 rebounds for the Generals. Frederic Dure connected on 3 three-point field goals to contribute 16 in the victory.  Sophomore forward Josh Adeyeye fouled out for the Generals, but finished the evening with 13 points and 7 rebounds.  The final General to score in double figures was freshman guard Preston Wells who has 12 points on 4 three-point field goals and dished out 5 assists without a turnover.


The Generals are back in action November 9th against Laramie County Community College at 4 pm in Cheyenne, Wyoming.  

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Generals Improve To 3-0


The Generals improve to 3-0 on the season with a 86-61 routing of the Rocky Mountain College Battling Bears.  A 38-31 half-time lead increased when freshman guard Jamir Andrews came off the bench to hit back-to-back threes and generate momentum for the Generals.  Andrews finished with a game high 26 points, including 5 three-point field goals.  Freshman guard Kyi Thomas added in 11 on the evening, and guard Iakeem Alston finished with 10 points.  The Generals dominated the boards, out-rebounding the Bears 51-26. Freshman center Rudolphe Joly corralled game high 10 rebounds. 


This weekend the Generals travel to Cheyenne, Wyoming to face Eastern Wyoming College & Laramie County Community College in a Region IX North/South crossover.  The Generals will tip at 5:00 pm, Friday, November 8th against the Lancers.