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Men's basketball team falls at Kellogg

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LCC's Thomas Dood prepares to inbound the basketball during recent action in the Gannon gym. Photo by Breezy Marcus

Jayden Hewitt

By Jayden Hewitt
Sports Editor

The LCC men’s basketball team battled Kellogg Community College on Wednesday, February 2 on the road. The Stars lost 70-62.

LCC outscored Kellogg 44-39 in the second half, but it wasn’t enough after falling into a 31-18 deficit after the first half.

Head Coach Mike Ingram spoke to the change in the second half.

“We started out in (a) zone and didn’t do a great job in it,” Ingram mentioned. “(We) switched to a ball-control type of offense, which I’ve been trying to convince the team is how we will win.”

The Stars noticeably did not shoot well from three-point range, shooting just 2-for-18 (11.1 percent) from long distance. Ingram spoke about the poor shooting performance.

“We haven’t shot well from three this season,” Ingram said. “(Especially) with our best shooter, Tyshan Kelley (85 threes last season), being out the last several games with a foot injury.”

Ingram added that despite the loss, he believes there were positives.

“I thought we played hard and competed in the second half,” he said.

Guard/forward Connor Bush led the Stars with 22 points and six rebounds. Guard/forward Cole Krause added 17 points and seven rebounds for LCC. Swingmen Kylor Mills and Thomas Dodd both added nine points for the Stars.

It was the fourth straight loss for the men, dropping LCC to 8-12 overall, and 0-6 in the conference. The Stars also lost at Southwestern Michigan, 79-73, on Saturday, Jan. 28.




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