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February 06
Upset bid falls short as YVCC men lose to Big Bend

​Yakima Herald Republic

YAKIMA -- As lessons go, this one had to be tough.

Yakima Valley led Saturday’s East Region game against the No. 1-ranked team in the NWAC, Big Bend, for much of the way. Forced into overtime after losing a 15-point lead, the Yaks regained the upper hand by seven.

But when that window of upset opportunity closed in Sherar Gym — or rather was slammed shut by a combination of YVCC gaffes and Viking heroics — Yakima Valley eventually succumbed 103-96 in double overtime.

“The lesson to learn from this,” Yaks coach Ray Funk said, “is that through parts of the second half we missed some point-blank shots and made some really key turnovers. Against a team this good, you’re usually not going to be able to do that and still win.”

The Yaks, starting the second half of their region schedule, slipped to 5-3 in the East and 11-11 overall, but nonetheless retained a firm grip on third place.

Big Bend, which opened region play with a 105-79 thrashing of YVCC on Jan. 9 in Moses Lake, improved to 8-0 and 18-6. And the Vikes’ nine-game winning streak includes a 96-87 win at then-top-ranked Spokane.

Max Jones scored 24 points and Cameron Jensen had 20 for the Yaks, who led 42-27 with 2:50 left in the first half.

And while Big Bend used a 9-0 run for its first lead, 54-52 with 13:39 left, YVCC regrouped to hold an 81-78 advantage inside the final 30 seconds.

But Ryker Pierce, the Vikes’ top scorer at 20.48 per game, hit a 3-pointer with 28 seconds to go.

After a timeout, Yakima Valley found itself facing full-court pressure, and Tyler Cluff lost the ball while attempting to dribble through a double team. Big Bend called time, and predictably went again to Pierce, but this time his shot was deflected by Jensen, and a buzzer-beating shot by Jones from just inside the midcourt line banked off the glass and rimmed off.

Jones scored the first five points of OT, however, and when Jensen connected on a 3-pointer from the corner with 2:46 to play, the Yaks led 90-83.

They were also up 92-88 with less than a minute to go before Big Bend rallied — converting another key turnover into Keshawn Liggins’ score-tying layup.

And in the second OT, 6-7 Viking center Mogga Lado converted a layup off a turnover and followed with a putback to key a 6-0 run that snapped a 94-all tie and, effectively, ended the game.

Pierce finished with 29 points while Lado had 26 points and 13 rebounds. Cluff had 12 points and Luckett and Demetrius Trammell added 11 apiece before fouling out for YVCC, which travels to Walla Walla on Wednesday.

“On the plus side,” Funk said, “this was a tournament-type game in a tournament-type atmosphere, and if we make the (NWAC) tournament we’ll be all the better for having had this experience. Hopefully, the next time we have a seven-point lead in overtime we’ll do a better job of handling things mentally.”

 

BIG BEND — Keshawn Liggins 5-11 4-4 14, Meyerhoffer 0-4 0-0 0, Mogga Lado 9-15 8-12 26, Ryker Pierce 12-24 0-0 29, Jai Jai Ely 4-10 10-11 19, Johnson 0-3 0-0 0, Leo Behrend 4-8 2-2 10, Miles 2-7 0-0 6. Totals 35-82 24-29 101.

YAKIMA VALLEY — Devonte Luckett 5-7 0-0 11, Berry 4-6 0-0 8, Cameron Jensen 7-13 1-2 20, Tyler Cluff 3-10 6-6 12, Max Jones 9-26 2-4 24, Gaudette 1-2 0-0 2, Demetrius Trammell 4-12 0-0 11, Morsa 0-2 0-0 0, Clark 4-6 0-0 8. Totals 37-84 9-12 96.

Halftime — YVCC 44-36. Regulation — 81-81. First overtime — 92-92. 3-point goals — BBCC 7-25 (Liggins 0-3, Johnson 0-1, Meyerhoffer 0-2, Pierce 5-8, Ely 1-5, Miles 1-6); YVCC 13-26 (Trammell 3-8, Luckett 1-1, Jensen 5-7, Jones 4-10). Fouled out — Trammell, Luckett, Berry. Rebounds — BMCC 55 (Lado 13); YVCC 44 (Jensen 7, Luckett 6). Assists — BMCC 9 (Liggins 3, Ely 3); YVCC 25 (Jones 7, Cluff 7). Turnovers — BMCC 10, YVCC 12. Total fouls — BBCC 17, YVCC 26.​


January 30
Yakima Valley men's basketball shoot past Wenatchee

​Yakima Herald Republic

Yaks hit 14 3-pointers, Gaudette provides spark as men strengthen hold on third place in region

YAKIMA, Wash. -- Yakima Valley’s shooters had already left their mark, raining threes on Wenatchee Valley at a remarkable rate.

But when the marksmen’s eyes became less focused Saturday and Wenatchee Valley might have made a substantive run, a less-flashy but still-vital player intervened.

“Anytime a shot goes up, even when the shooter gets his feet set,” Jeremy Gaudette said, “you have to be ready in case it misses. That’s one of the things I try to provide for our team.”

Rebounding and a formidable low-block defensive presence are typically the staples of Gaudette, a sturdily-built 6-foot-7 sophomore from Naches Valley. But on this occasion he also provided some scoring punch, posting all eight of his points during a 4:57 second-half span of YVCC’s 88-72 East Region victory in Sherar Gym.

It was the fifth win in six games for the Yaks, who finished the first half of their league schedule with a 5-2 record and stood firmly in third place, two games ahead of fourth-place Walla Walla and Columbia Basin. YVCC is 11-10 overall.

“This was a big win for us,” said Gaudette, who also led a 35-28 Yakima Valley rebounding advantage with six retrieves. “You’ve got to protect your home court.”

And protect the Yaks did, responding to an overdose of their own long-ball medicine Wednesday night in a loss at NWAC No. 1-ranked Spokane. En route to a 114-91 win, the Sasquatch hit 20 of 36 3-pointers.

Yakima Valley, meanwhile, nailed 14 of 25 3-balls against Wenatchee Valley (2-5, 5-15). And YVCC was especially prolific in the first 20 minutes, connecting on 12 of 17 from distance for a scorching 71 percent.

“It’s nothing I haven’t told you about before,” Yaks coach Ray Funk said afterward, regarding the game-long firepower of Demetrius Trammell (6 of 9 3-pointers, 24 points) and Max Jones (3 of 5 long balls, 22 points). “But another thing is that since we’ve been playing well, our forwards have stepped up. Sometimes it’s Jeremy, sometimes it’s Devonte (Luckett) and sometimes it’s Marquice (Clark).”

Trammell and others had provided Yakima Valley with the upper hand with their 3-ball antics, giving the hosts a 47-33 lead at intermission. Trammell, coming off the bench, hit his first five shots — all threes — while Cameron Jensen added 3 of 5, Tyler Cluff 2 of 2 and Jones 2 of 3.

Yet the Knights were within striking distance, trailing 59-47 with 12:47 to play, before Gaudette hit two free throws, then followed a Jones layup by hitting three short-range field goals. His final hoop, coming in transition off an assist from Jones, gave YVCC a 73-51 cushion that would increase to 78-55 at 5:11 after back-to-back threes by Jones.

WVC, led by Easton Driessen’s 15 points and Bryan Michaels’ 14, got within 78-66 before the Yaks steadied.

Former Zillah standout Robert Slack started and totaled eight points and three assists for the Knights. Another ex-Leopard at Wenatchee, sophomore guard Brady Widner, has missed most of the season with a foot injury.

Yakima Valley continues region play at home next Saturday against fourth-ranked Big Bend.

WENATCHEE VALLEY — Slack 3-5 2-2 8, Easton Driessen 5-10 4-5 15, Solovey 2-2 2-2 7, Hagan 4-7 1-4 9, Baker 0-0 1-2 1, Spencer 0-0 0-0 0, Crafton 2-5 0-0 4, Bryan Michaels 6-13 1-2 14, Boyd 2-7 1-2 6, Frohlich 2-3 2-5 6, Wirth 1-2 0-1 2. Totals 27-54 14-25 72.

YAKIMA VALLEY — Gaudette 3-4 2-3 8, Luckett 1-4 2-2 4, Morsa 0-3 0-0 0, Cluff 1-3 1-1 9, Max Jones 8-13 3-4 22, Demetrius Trammell 7-10 4-4 24, Berry 2-5 0-0 4, Jensen 3-7 1-1 9, Yat 0-0 1-2 1, Clark 3-5 1-2 7, Kambala 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 30-57 14-18 88.

Halftime — YVCC 47-33. 3-point goals — WVC 4-10 (Slack 0-1, Driessen 1-1, Solovey 1-1, Michaels 1-2, Boyd 1-4, Frohlich 0-1); YVCC 14-25 (Trammell 6-9, Luckett 0-1, Morsa 0-1, Jensen 3-6, Cluff 2-3, Jones 3-5). Fouled out — None. Rebounds — WVC 28 (Michaels 6); YVCC 35 (Gaudette 6, Jones 5). Assists — WVC 15 (Driessen 5); YVCC 20 (Morsa 6). Turnovers — WVC 6, YVCC 2. Total fouls — WVC 15, YVCC 19.​

January 30
YVCC women's basketball falls to No. 2 Wenatchee

​Yakima Herald Republic

YAKIMA, Wash. -- Parris Gomez scored 26 points and Alexis Gratton added 19 for Yakima Valley’s women Saturday, but the Yaks were nonetheless overpowered by NWAC No. 2-ranked Wenatchee Valley 90-67 in an East Region game in Sherar Gym.

Shayla Johnson scored 24 points on 9 of 10 field goal shooting for the Knights (7-0 region, 19-3 overall), who broke the game open with 34 points in the second quarter and 25 more in the third. Karly Malcolm, a former Ellensburg standout, added 10 points for WVC.

The Knights outrebounded Yakima Valley 35-20 and made 20 of 33 free throws compared with 5 of 8 for the Yaks.

Yakima Valley (0-7, 3-18) has lost 14 straight going into next Saturday’s home game with Big Bend.

WENATCHEE VALLEY — Horn 3-6 0-0 6, Johnson 4-4 1-5 9, Farmer 3-6 2-2 8, Drew Carlos 5-7 3-6 14, Jacobs 3-3 2-2 8, Redman 0-0 0-0 0, Karly Malcolm 2-6 5-6 10, Shayla Johnson 9-10 4-4 24, Swan 1-4 2-4 8, Ingraham 0-0 1-4 1, Malohi 0-0 0-0 0, Stevenson 3-8 0-0 6. Totals 33-55 20-33 90.

YAKIMA VALLEY — Bremer 2-4 0-0 5, Alexis Gratton 7-9 3-4 19, Parris Gomez 11-21 0-0 26, Lindsey Smoot 4-7 2-4 11, Ciriaco 2-8 0-0 4, Garcia 0-2 0-0 0, Darden 1-2 0-0 0, Salazar 0-0 0-0 0, Lewis 0-0 0-0 0, Douglas 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 27-53 5-8 67.

Wenatchee Valley 16 34 25 15 — 90

Yakima Valley 13 18 18 18 — 67

3-point goals — WVC 4-10 (Farmer 0-1, Malcolm 1-1, Johnson 2-3, Carlos 1-2, Stevenson 0-2); YVCC 8-15 (Bremer 1-1, Garcia 0-2, Gratton 2-2, Gomez 4-8, Smoot 1-1, Ciriaco 0-1). Fouled out — Smoot. Rebounds — WVC 35 (Johnson 5); YVCC 20 (Smoot 5). Assists — WVC 14 (Johnson 7); YVCC 19 (Gratton 5). Turnovers — WVC 5, YVCC 5. Total fouls — WVC 6, YVCC 25.​


January 28
Top-ranked Spokane races past YVCC men's basketball

​Yakima Herald Republic

SPOKANE, Wash. — Yakima Valley’s men ran into the NWAC’s top-ranked team Wednesday night and suffered a 114-91 defeat at the hands of the Spokane Sasquatch on their court.

Detailed statistics were not available to the Herald-Republic at press time.

The loss dropped Yakima Valley to 4-2 in East Region play and 10-10 overall. Spokane improved to 6-0 and 20-2.

YVCC coach Ray Funk said via telephone after the game that Spokane had made 20 of 36 shots from 3-point range to YVCC’s 8 for 23.

“That was the difference in the game,” Funk said. “Everything else was pretty much a wash. We knew what they were going to run, but seeing it live is a little different. What we told our guys afterward was we’ll take our whipping and learn from it, and move on to Wenatchee Valley and try to protect our homecourt.”

The Yaks host Wenatchee Valley at 4 p.m. Saturday in the final game of the East Region schedule’s first half.


January 28
Trammell takes his best shot for YVCC men's basketball

​Yakima Herald Republic

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Sophomore guard helps shoot Yaks back to relevancy in NWAC

YAKIMA, Wash. -- It snows about once every two years in Demetrius Trammell’s hometown of West Point, Ga.

The way Yakima Valley’s men’s basketball fortunes evolved last year during Trammell’s freshman season, the Yaks’ wins probably seemed to have come at a similar rate.

Said Trammell, a polite and soft-spoken sophomore of the Yaks’ 5-23 campaign, “It wasn’t much fun.”

But this is a different year and a different YVCC team, with Trammell providing some impressive long-range marksmanship.

The Yaks, 10-10 overall following Wednesday night’s setback at NWAC No. 1-ranked Spokane, have already doubled their victory total from all of last season (5-23). And at 4-2 in the East Region they’re off to a strong start in pursuit of an NWAC Tournament berth.

Trammell, meanwhile, ranks fifth among the NWAC’s 3-point shooters, having connected on 47 of 95 attempts for a .495 percentage.

His 15.89 scoring average is second on the team to former Davis standout Max Jones’ 17.06, and Trammell has proven to be even more productive with the long ball during a surge that has seen Yakima Valley win four of its last six games.

“He can definitely shoot it,” coach Ray Funk said, smiling. “We try to impress on DT that when he gets his feet set underneath him, he hardly ever misses. And when he does miss, it’s almost never right or left. It’s always a little bit long or a little bit short.”

Trammell’s efficiency and consistency stem from hours upon hours of shooting hoops as a youngster back in West Point, a town of 3,700 residents on Georgia’s western border, about halfway between the northern boundary with Tennessee and the southern border with Florida.

“I’ve played since I was 4,” Trammell said. “I shot a lot in the front yard with my first cousin, Bobby Trammell. I would shoot probably 300 shots a day, but I wouldn’t just shoot. I always imagined somebody guarding me.”

Which likely accounts for an extremely quick release, enabling Trammell to launch from distance even with defenders flying at him.

Speaking of distance, it’s a long way from West Point to Yakima. And the story of Trammell’s journey here is interesting.

After averaging 17 points a game as a high school senior, he attended William Penn University — an NAIA school in Oskaloosa, Iowa — where he redshirted. He then consulted with some friends and coaches, and sent film of his performances to YVCC.

“I get probably a hundred of those a year,” Funk said, “and the vast majority of them, to be frank, are not NWAC worthy. But I was impressed with Demetrius’ clips, so the next step was to steer him toward a compliance officer to make clear that he had contacted us first.

“I told him, ‘You gotta do this.’ And he next day he had — he had taken care of everything. So then he gets here and there’s a little too much street, I guess you could say, in his game. But he worked hard, and we had a game in mid-January of last year at home against CBC (Columbia Basin) where he played really well.”

Though Yakima Valley lost, 109-103, Trammell scored 22 points on 8-for-11 shooting and made 4 of 5 3-pointers.

“I stepped back and said to myself,” Funk recalled, “the light bulb has come on!”

This season Trammell has come off the bench, providing instant offense.

After the Yaks dropped their region opener at fourth-ranked Big Bend, four consecutive wins followed with Trammell averaging 22.7 points on 18-of-31 3-point shooting (58 percent).

“Last spring when we were having open gyms, coach cut some players from last year’s team,” Trammell said. “And I knew then that things would be better this season.”

He is hoping for an NWAC Tournament berth, and also that his parents, Benjamin (who operates a plumbing business) and Debra (a high school teacher), will be able to attend either the team’s sophomore night or his YVCC graduation.

Then it will be on to another school at another level, where Trammell figures to keep playing hoops.

“I told London (assistant coach Wilson) that he could be one of the best shooters in the NWAC — and he is,” Funk said. “The whole team has embraced his skill, and we’ve given him a longer leash as far as shot selection.

“So the whole thing’s kind of cool.”

Precisely so, for a player from all the way across the country who has come to Yakima with a very hot hand.​

January 27
YVCC women's basketball loses 13th straight

​​Yakima Herald Republic

SPOKANE, Wash. — Alexis Gratton scored 18 points Wednesday night but Yakima Valley’s women nonetheless suffered their 13th straight defeat, 87-66 to Spokane in an East Region contest on the Sasquatch’s court.

Tara Bremer had 11 points and Maria Ciriaco 10 for YVCC (0-6 region, 3-17 overall).

“Much better effort,” Yakima Valley coach Greg Oldham said. “But it’s tough to compete with another team when they’re getting two and three shots every possession and we’re getting one, at most.”

Bri King scored 23 points to lead Spokane (4-2, 15-6), which outrebounded the Yaks 60-26. Former Ellensburg High School standout Gese Gruber produced nine points and eight rebounds for the Sasquatch.

YVCC hosts Wenatchee Valley at 2 p.m. Saturday.

YAKIMA VALLEY — Tara Bremer 4-10 3-6 11, Alexis Gratton 7-15 2-2 18, Gomez 2-10 1-2 7, Smoot 2-6 0-0 4, Maria Ciriaco 5-14 0-0 10, Garcia 3-8 1-2 8, Salazar 2-4 0-0 4, Lewis 0-0 0-0 0, Biermann 2-2 0-0 4. Totals 27-69 7-12 66.

SPOKANE — Moscrip 1-7 0-0 3, Neumeyer 1-2 2-2 4, Russell 2-3 2-2 7, Bri King 9-15 5-8 23, Katlyn Summers 8-14 2-3 18, Felice 0-1 0-0 0, Johnson 1-3 2-4 4, Adams 2-5 0-0 5, Boyer 2-7 1-2 6, Guillor 3-5 1-1 8, Gruber 4-9 1-2 9. Totals 33-71 16-24 87.

Yakima Valley 15 12 21 18 — 66

Spokane 22 26 22 17 — 87

3-point goals — YVCC 5-18 (Bremer 0-4, Garcia 1-3, Gratton 2-3, Salazar 0-1, Gomez 2-4, Smoot 0-2, Ciriaco 0-1); CCS 5-14 (Moscrip 1-5, Russell 1-1, King 0-1, Adams 1-3, Boyer 1-2, Guillory 1-1, Gruber 0-1). Fouled out — None. Rebounds — YVCC 26 (Bremer 4, Gratton 4); CCS 60 (Summers 12). Assists — YVCC 7 ((Bremer 2, Gratton 2); CCS 16 (Russell 4). Turnovers — YVCC 12, CCS 18.​


January 26
YVCC leaders respond to free community college proposal

​KIMA TV

YAKIMA, Wash. -- Washington state leaders are working to make community college free for residents.

The Associated Press reports state lawmakers are working on a bill that would cover tuition for people without a bachelor's degree.

The proposal is intended to help middle-class students who don't already qualify for federal pell grants.​

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January 25
Mid-Columbia sports briefs for Monday, Jan. 25

​Tri-City Herald

9 Kennewick baseball players sign at YVCC

The Yakima Valley Community College baseball roster will feature a large Kennewick contingent next spring.

Kennewick High’s Charlie DeWitt, Tyler Detloff, Matt Driver and Gerald Hein; Southridge’s Jashaun Simon, Jake Kirchhoff and Kyle Harvey; and Kamiakin’s Easton Henke and Hunter Mulderig have signed letters of intent to play for YVCC next year.

Last season, the Yaks went 23-19 overall and were fifth in the NWAC East with a 12-16 record.


Read more here: http://www.tri-cityherald.com/sports/other-sports/article56581583.html#storylink=cpy​


January 23
YVCC women's basketball falls to Treasure Valley

​Yakima Herald Republic

YAKIMA, Wash. -- Powered by a 60-35 advantage in rebounding, Treasure Valley started fast and cruised to an 81-56 victory over Yakima Valley in NWAC East play Saturday afternoon at Sherar Gym.

Parris Gomez hit two 3-pointers and scored 16 points to lead the Yaks, who trailed 44-20 at halftime. Teammate Alexis Gratton scored 11 points, making 5 of 5 free throws.

YVCC (0-5 East, 3-16 overall) visits Spokane on Wednesday.

TREASURE VALLEY — Praegitzer 3-4 0-0 6, Keele 3-6 1-2 7, Murphy 0-3 0-0 0, Higley 1-2 0-0 2, Davis 0-2 2-2 2, Heather Waldemar 6-10 4-7 16, Riley Helmick 4-6 0-0 11, Oldham 2-6 1-2 5, Markee Kimball 6-15 0-0 12, Vernon 3-7 0-0 6, Stockett 2-4 2-2 6, Haley 4-8 0-0 8. Totals 34-73 10-15 81.

YAKIMA VALLEY — Tara Bremer 4-8 1-2 10, Garcia 3-12 0-0 6, Alexis Gratton 3-13 5-5 11, Darden 1-7 0-0 2, Salazar 0-2 1-2 0, Parris Gomez 6-13 2-2 16, Lewis 0-0 0-0 0, Smoot 2-9 2-2 6, Biermann 0-3 0-0 0, Ciriaco 1-5 0-0 2, Douglas 1-3 0-0 2. Totals 21-75 11-13 56.

Treasure Valley 23 21 18 19 — 81

Yakima Valley 11 9 19 17 — 56

3-point goals: Treasure Valley 3-5 (Helmick 3-3), YVCC 3-12 (Gomez 2-3, Bremer 1-2). Rebounds: Treasure Valley 60 (Kimball 1-), YVCC 35 (Smoot 4, Gratton 4). Fouls: Treasure Valley 14, YVCC 19. Assists: Treasure Valley 18, YVCC 8. Turnovers: Treasure Valley 15, YVCC 11. Blocks: Treasure Valley 2, YVCC 1. Steals: Treasure Valley 4, YVCC 6.​


January 23
YVCC men's basketball roll past Treasure Valley

​Yakima Herald Republic

YAKIMA, Wash. -- One day after needed a nail-biting finish to escape with a victory, Yakima Valley made sure there were no such dramatics against Treasure Valley.

The Yaks overcame a cold night shooting from two-point range by hitting 13 of 24 3-pointers, while also turning in a strong defensive performance as they ran away from the Chukars, 91-58 in an NWAC East Region men’s basketball game at Sherar Gym.

With its fourth straight victory, YVCC improved to 4-1 in the region and 10-9 overall.

YVCC limited TVCC to 27-percent shooting for the game (22 of 81), helping offset its own 35-percent shooting on two-pointers (17-49). But the Yaks also made 54 percent of their 3-point attempts, led by Cameron Jensen, who was 5 of 8 on treys en route to a team-best 19 points.

Demetrius Trammell and Max Jones both added 18 points, with the pair going a combined 5 of 11 on triples.

Jones also grabbed 14 rebounds.

Tyler Cluff added 15 points, six rebounds and a team-best four assists as the Yaks shared the ball, with six players collecting at least two of the team’s 18 assists.

YVCC started strong, leading 26-9 midway through the first half, 44-23 at halftime and pushing its advantage to 66-35 midway through the second half.

TREASURE VALLEY — Alip 3-9 0-0 7, Robertson 2-13 5-6 9, Thomas Hooper 4-15 2-2 14, Pennock 0-4 0-0 0, Carter 0-1 0-0 0, Shareef Ingram 4-15 1-2 10, Ross 0-0 0-0 0, Ziegner 2-7 0-0 4, Braxton Bruni 6-12 0-0 12, Schetzle 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 22-81 8-10 58.

YAKIMA VALLEY — Gaudette 2-5 2-5 7, Demetrius Trammell 4-14 7-8 18, Luckett 3-6 0-0 6, Morsa 2-3 0-0 6, Berry 0-5 0-0 0, Cameron Jensen 6-14 2-2 19, Cluff 4-8 7-7 15, Yat 0-1 0-0 0, Max Jones 8-13 0-0 18, Clark 1-4 0-0 2, Kambala 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 30-73 18-22 91.

Halftime—YVCC 44, TVCC 23. 3-Point Goals—TVCC 6-19 (Hooper 4-5, Ingram 1-4, Alip 1-5, Robertson 0-1, Pennock 0-1 Ziegner 0-3), YVCC 13-24 (Jensen 5-8, Trammell 3-7, Morsa 2-3, Jones 2-4, Gaudette 1-1, Luckett 0-1). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—TVCC 51 (Alip 7), YVCC 55 (Jones 14). Assists—TVCC 10 (Three with 2), YVCC 18 (Cluff 4). Total Fouls—TVCC 15, YVCC 12.​


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