Men’s Basketball 4-1 through first five 2-0 at home

Men’s Basketball 4-1 through first five 2-0 at home

DJ Palm

Sport Editor

SC4 Skippers men’s basketball team beat Lambton College in their last home game 71-


Lambton CC looked a bit outmatched as they could only get as close as nine after halftime.

From there it was all Skippers.

Kem Bradshaw had 12 of his 19 points in the first half going four of five from the line. Johnnie Mills also added 16 points, nine in the second half that came off of three straight 3-pointers.

“Coach Vos really challenged us this game to play harder. Last game, the other team pulled to within single digits after halftime and we didn’t want to let that happen again,” Bradshaw said.

SC4 guard Joshua Harvey (#10) tries to get around teammates during practice Nov. 5. Photo Credit: Liz Whittemore.

Skippers now have been on the road for four straight games.

The Skips will either split their four game road swing, or come back home to Lakeland CC a week from Friday with only one loss, depending on what happened Tuesday night at Lansing CC.

Skips right now have sole possession of second place in the Eastern Conference, just below Mott CC, who is 4-0.

The Skips won’t have a crack at them until Jan. 16 at home.

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