Tuesday July 17, 2018
SNc Channels:

Search
About Salem-News.com

 

Nov-30-2010 22:09printcomments

Oregon Tech Hustlin’ Owls Run Past Simpson

Cascade Collegiate Conference

(KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. ) - The Oregon Tech men’s basketball team made it two wins in as many tries over the Redhawks, as the No. 16 ranked Hustlin’ Owls defeated Cal Pac opponent, Simpson University, by a 95-58 score in non-conference action tonight at Danny Miles Court.

Oregon Tech heads into Cascade Collegiate Conference play this weekend with an 8-2 mark, while Simpson University remains winless at 0-7. The Owls travel to Portland to take on Warner Pacific College and Concordia University this Friday and Saturday.

All 10 players scored for Oregon Tech, led by a game-high 25 points from Kyle Gomez. Gomez grabbed seven boards to go with a steal, block and assist in the victory. Joseph Foster added 14 points, three assists and three rebounds, while Bryant Sentman and Brent Johnson rounded out the double digit scoring with 13 points and 11 points respectively. Alex Zerbach grabbed a game-high 10 boards to go with eight points and two assists, while Matt Smith handed out a game-high five assists.

Pat Magno led the Simpson scoring attack with 10 points, while handing out four assists. Philip Templeton finished with nine points, with Andrew Baxter and Michael Silliman knocking in eight points each.




Comments Leave a comment on this story.
Name:

All comments and messages are approved by people and self promotional links or unacceptable comments are denied.


[Return to Top]
©2018 Salem-News.com. All opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of Salem-News.com.


Articles for November 29, 2010 | Articles for November 30, 2010 | Articles for December 1, 2010
Call 503-362-6858 to Order Ahead  or for Party Reservations!

Donate to Salem-News.com and help us keep the news flowing! Thank you.





Tribute to Palestine and to the incredible courage, determination and struggle of the Palestinian People. ~Dom Martin