Sunday, November 27, 2011

SC Alum J.R. Cadot Continues To Impress

(HOUSTON) - Senior guard J.R. Cadot delivered another huge play for the TCU Horned Frogs Saturday night, laying the ball in at the buzzer to give TCU an 81-80 victory over Houston. The win moved TCU to 4-2, ending a two-game skid. Following a TCU timeout, Cadot provided the play of his TCU career.

The Frogs inbounded the ball under the Cougar basket to sophomore forward Amric Fields, who found Cadot downcourt in front of the TCU bench. Cadot, who drove to the basket, missed the initial layup with roughly two seconds remaining on the clock. He was able to fight successfully for the offensive board and threw the ball up over his head while falling away, and the ball found the hoop as the horn sounded. Game officials reviewed the final shot before confirming that Cadot had in fact released his shot prior to the buzzer.

The basket was the second big play of the past week for Cadot, who also provided the winning points on a layup and foul shot during last Friday’s 57-55 win over Virginia at the Paradise Jam.Cadot was one of five players to finish in double figures for TCU with 11 points, while he added a game-high eight rebounds.

Saturday, November 26, 2011

Generals Defense Silences Bears 87-39

(Sheridan) - On an evening in which every General that suited up found their way into the scoring column, the offensive production was not the key factor in a Generals win. The Sheridan College Generals held the Rocky Mountain Bears to 39 points on the game, 14 of which came in the second half. Forwards Robert Heyer and Brandon Pines both scored 13 points for the Generals on the path to a 87-39 victory; helping the Generals improve to a 9-0 record on the season. Freshman guard Wayne Bradford also scored in double-digits, contributing 12 points, with 4 steals. Khion Sankey once again pieced together a complete game for the Generals by leading the defensive effort on the night, while scoring 8 points, grabbing 6 boards, and dishing out a game high 5 assists. The Generals are back in action Friday December 2nd at the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome at 7 PM in the Holiday Inn Tournament.

Friday, November 25, 2011

Generals Carve Up Little Big Horn College 116-57

(Sheridan) – On a night that found six Generals scoring in double figures, the Sheridan College Men’s Basketball team defeated Little Big Horn College 116-57 to move to 8-0 on the season. A hot shooting streak for the Generals continued as they shot 66% from the field, and 75% from the charity stripe. Freshman guard Victor Bermudez led all scorers with a career high 22 points, including a pair of thunderous dunks. Sophomore forward Rolands Narkis added 17 points, and pulled down a game high 8 rebounds for the Generals. Robert Heyer continued his double-digit scoring efforts by contributing 13 points. Brandon Pines, freshman forward, scored a career high 12 points coming off the bench. Wayne Bradford and Ron Mvouika were the other Generals producing double-digit efforts, scoring 11 and 10 respectively.

The holiday mood was upon the Generals this evening, feeling quite generous by dishing out 27 assists on the night. General basketball is back in action tomorrow night against Rocky Mountain College at 7 PM in the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome.

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Former SC General Cadot Named Paradise Jam All-Tournament Team

ST. THOMAS, U.S.V.I.— Former Sheridan General, and current TCU senior guard J.R. Cadot was one of six players named to the U.S. Virgin Islands Paradise Jam All-Tournament Team on Tuesday. Cadot helped lead TCU to a 1-2 record featuring an opening-round victory over Virginia (57-55). The Horned Frogs dropped their final two contests to Norfolk State (66-53) and Ole Miss (80-69).

A native of Nassau, Bahamas, Cadot averaged 11.7 points and a team-high 8.0 rebounds per game during the tournament. He helped clinch the victory over Virginia with the Frogs’ final basket—a three-point play on a layup and ensuing foul shot after he collected an offensive board with under 20 seconds remaining. He finished the contest with 12 points on 4-of-4 shooting while adding five rebounds.

Cadot recorded only TCU’s second double-double of the season, and the fourth of his career, with 18 points and 12 rebounds Monday against Ole Miss. Cadot is currently averaging 11.2 points a game while shooting 61% from the field, he is also pulling down a team leading 8.0 rebounds a game.

Saturday, November 19, 2011

Hot Shooting Helps Generals Top Tetons

The Sheridan College Generals improve to 7-0 on the year with a 92-81 victory over the Williston State Tetons at the Northwest College Tournament. Sophomore forward Lamont Prosser led the high octane Generals offense by scoring a team high 18 points in the win. Freshman guard Ron Mvouika once again found himself in double figures by contributing 16 points, while pulling down a game high 8 rebounds. Robert Heyer, sophomore forward, had a career high 16 points on 6-7 shooting from the field and 4-5 performance from the foul line, sinking a pair of key technical free-throws. A hot shooting streak continues to help the Generals score away from the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome. Sheridan shot 62% from the field for the game and 53% from beyond the arc. The Generals are back in action this Friday night at 7:30 pm at home for the Lions Club Tournament against Little Big Horn College.

Friday, November 18, 2011

Hot Shooting Night Collars The Bulldogs

(Powell) - A hot shooting night from the field helped the Sheridan College Generals stay undefeated on the year improving their record to 6-0 with a win over the University of Montana Western. The Generals were led by Sophomore forward Jermaine Lippert who score 18 points on perfect shooting night, going 8-8 from the field, including one three point basket. Lippert also led all rebounders pulling down 7 caroms. Lamont Prosser and Ron Mvouika both added in 11 points for a Generals team that scored 84 points on the night, shooting 61% as a team. Khion Sankey once again had an all-around performance by scoring 8 points and dishing out 7 assists. Every General that saw action against the Bulldogs found their way into the scoring column.

The Generals held the Bulldogs to 61 points on the night, and forced them into 15 turnovers. Sheridan hopes to continue their success tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 pm when they face the Williston State Tetons in the second day of the Northwest College Tournament.

Sunday, November 13, 2011

Generals Move To 5-0 On The Year

The Generals continue their hot start to the season by defeating Eastern Wyoming College 78-55, moving the Generals to 5-0 on the year. Sheridan once again saw 5 players score in double digits as the Generals connected on 57% of their field goals. Freshman guard Wayne Bradford led all scored with 17 points, connecting on 3 three-point field goal attempts, and dishing out 3 assists on the night. Victor Bermudez and Ron Mvouika both added 13 points in the Generals effort. Bermudez showed his outside shooting ability by going 3-5 from three, while dishing out 3 assists. Mvouika provided an all-around effort for the Generals by grabbing 8 boards, dishing out 5 assists, and showing his defensive presence with 2 steals and a blocked shot.

Prosser helped the Generals dominate the paint by scoring 12 points, connecting on 4-5 from the foul line, and grabbing 6 boards. Rob Heyer picked up where he left off the night before with an 11 point effort, going 4-4 from the field and 3-3 from the charity stripe. Heyer also pulled down 4 boards and dished out 2 assists for the Generals.

The Generals are back in action this Friday, November 18th, as they face Williston State College in Powell, Wyoming at the Northwest College Tournament.