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Panthers hold on to win on sophomore night

Sophomores and their family during sophomore night before the game against CRC in the North Gym at City College Tuesday, Feb.18, 2020. City College beat CRC 74-69. (Sara Nevis/[email protected])

Keyshawn Davis | sports editor | [email protected]

The City College men’s basketball defeated Big 8 conference rivals Cosumnes River College 74–69  on sophomore night Feb. 18, extending the Panthers’ winning streak to three.

City College acknowledged five sophomore players on court before the game started, which would be the players’ last home game. 

The Panthers gained control in the first half of the game, leading 41-22, and the Hawkeyes battled back in the second half but came up short. Coach Andrew Jones said the Panthers played inconsistently but rebounded well and had five starters scoring double figures. 

“We played very well in the first half, and we kind of let down a little bit in the second half,” said Jones. “But after we let them get back in the game, we solidified and made them make a play down the stretch. I said we don’t lose on sophomore night. I said, ‘Hey, it wasn’t pretty, but we got the win on sophomore night.’”

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Sophomore guard Ryan Reed scored 14 points in the game and said he was happy about the win.

“We played well as a team. We did what we needed to do to get the win,” said Reed. “We’ve got to do a better job of communicating. We get more rebounds so we can get more points in transition. We let them come back in the second half, and we can’t let that happen for the rest of the season and going into playoffs.”

Jones said, “Our two big guys each had 10 rebounds—Tim [Strijaous] and Terry [Moody] so that was good. We had a couple of steals that turned into layups.” 

“We had a pretty good first half, and we kind of had a bad stretch in the second half,” said guard Conor Jeffery. “But we closed it out and won the game.”     

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