Monday, 31 December 2007

Ravens win in overtime; Lethbridge score/article from yesterday

Carleton 72, Broward Community College 71 OVERTIME 6'5" Daron Leonard went 1 of 2 from the free throw line in the final moments to lift the Ravens to a victory over the hosts at the BCC Jimmy V Foundation for Cancer Basketball Holiday Classic in Florida. Once again, the Ravens played all 13 players and used 6'7" Aaron Doornekamp and 6'5" Jean Emmanuel Jean-Marie sparingly in the game in an effort to provide more playing time for their younger players. 6'4" Ryan Bell knocked down a pair of late 3's to keep Carleton in the game and also did a solid job on BCC guard Tony Dennison, headed to Hofstra. However, Seahawks 6'9" Miklos Szabo, also headed to Hofstra next season, gave the Ravens all they could handle inside. Carleton went 2-0 in the tournament.

In a late game from last night, Lethbridge Pronghorns was on the short end of a 83-76 result against University of Great Falls Argos, an NAIA school from Great Falls, ND. The Pronghorns led by nine in the first half, fell behind by 12 in the second half only to mount a late charge that fell short, aided by a pair of ill-timed technical fouls. The Great Falls Tribune has a write-up and summary of the game Hooking the Horns: Argos shoot over Lethbridge

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