The Sheridan College Generals saw a 1 point lead with under a minute left slip away Saturday evening in Miles City, Montana. A fast paced, high scoring game saw numerous lead changes throughout the first 39 minutes of play, but it was the lead that Miles Community College took with under 45 seconds that would give the Generals only their 3rd loss on the season, 2nd in Region IX North play. The Generals now sit 15-3 on the year, tied for first in Region IX North.
Sophomore forward Lamont Prosser continued to show his dominance against a highly touted Pioneer interior. Prosser contected on 8 of his 9 shots for a team high 19 points, he also pulled down 6 rebounds for the Generals. Ron Mvouika led the Generals in rebounding, picking up his first double-double on the season by finishing the night with 17 points and 11 rebounds. R.J. Leverette also scored in double figures, pouring in 11 points on 3-three-point field goal attempts and a floater late in the second half. The Generals beat up the Pioneers on the boards, outrebounding them 32-27, but it was 21 turnovers that plagued the Generals down the stretch.
The Generals are back in action Wednesday January 25th in Casper, Wyoming as they take on the Casper College Thunderbirds at 7:30 PM.