Sunday, November 29, 2009

Generals Move to 6-1 after 2 home victories this weekend!

The Generals moved to 6-1 on the season after two blowout weekend victories at the 35th Annual Lions Club Thanksgiving Classic.. On Friday night, the Generals hosted Oglala Lakota College (SD) and came out of the gates strong, leading 59-31 at half. The second half would be much of the same as the Generals would cruise to a 116-56 victory. Dave Wink & Antoine Proctor led the Generals with 16 points a piece, Kade Ferguson had 14 points & 9 rebounds, Steve Ivory had 14 points and 7 rebounds, and JR Cadot & Same Iwueke each had 11 points. Bryen Pyles led the Generals with 7 assists on the evening.
On Saturday night, the Generals stayed hot against Rocky Mountain College. After a high-scoring first half had the Generals up only 9 points at 58-49, their defense clamped down in the 2nd and the Generals ended up winning 131-72. JR Cadot led the Generals with 20 points and 8 rebounds, Omar McDade had 17 points in only his 2nd game back from injury, Kendrick Morse had 16 and 5 assists, and Charlton Wilson had 12 points and 6 rebounds.
The Generals are now 6-1 on the year, and will play Colorado Christian on Tuesday, and then host the Holiday Inn Tournament this weekend against Lake Region State College (Friday) and Western Nebraska (Saturday).

Sunday, November 22, 2009

SC Generals split at weekend tourney; now 4-1 on season

The SC Generals tasted defeat for the first time this season as they got beat on Friday by a good College of Eastern Utah squad. The Generals were up 7 at halftime but went cold in the 2nd half as CEU took over the lead and withstood a late Generals rally to take the victory, 85-75. On Saturday, the Generals bounced back by beating the University of Montana-Western by a score of 115-71. The Generals are now 4-1 on the season and are looking forward to hosting their next 5 games at home, including the annual Thanksgiving Lions Club Classic, where they will play Oglala Lakota College and Rocky Mountain College.

Monday, November 16, 2009

Watch 2009-10 Generals Games Online!

To watch Archived games of the SC Generals this season, go to After registering, you will be able to download any games that you want from the 2009-10 season. We will upload them the day after each game, and they will then be ready to view from your computer. The cost is $25 for 25 games... Go to our website at for more information....

Generals move to 3-0 after home weekend sweep!

The Sheridan College Generals moved to 3-0 after winning their first two home contests of the season, beating the Wyoming All-Stars 78-70 on Friday Night, and then beating Region 9 foe Otero Junior College on Saturday night by a score of 79-68. On Friday night, the Generals were led by JR Cadot with 20 pts, Antoine Proctor with 14, and Jarrell Crayton with 10.

On Saturday night, the Generals took a 40-26 lead into halftime and then held on for the victory. Idris Lasisi paced the Generals with 18 points, JR Cadot had 9 pts & 10 rebounds, and Bryen Pyles chipped in with 9 points on the night.

This week, the Generals will travel to Powell, Wyoming to play in the Northwest College Classic, playing a very talented College of Eastern Utah on Friday Night, and the University of Montana-Western on Saturday....

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

2009-10 Men's Basketball Media Guide is online!

Download our 2009-10 SC Generals Media Guide by clicking here: Enjoy!

SC Men's Basketball Newsletters!

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Monday, November 2, 2009

SC Generals Start 1-0 with tough road victory!

The Sheridan College Generals started the season 1-0 after winning on Sunday at Williston State College (Williston, ND). The Generals trailed by as many as 16 mid-way through the 2nd half before making the furious comeback to take the victory. JR Cadot had 22 points and 9 rebounds, Antoine Proctor finished with 18, Jarrell Crayton added 12 & 7, Kendrick Morse had 10 points, and Steve Ivory produced 8 points and 7 rebounds off of the bench. The Generals trailed 34-44 at half, and 42-58 in the 2nd before making the big run. Up next is the Wyoming All-Stars on the 13th, and then a battle with Otero College on the 14th of November!