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SCC Men's Basketball Defeats Whatcom CC In Big Comeback!!
The Shoreline Community College Men's Basketball Team came back from being 17 points down at half-time to defeat Whatcom Community College 78-74 on Saturday night in Bellingham, WA.

700_5475sc.jpgSCC trailed 47-30 at half-time but held the Orcas to 27 points in the second half and scored 48 themselves to win their final game of the 2012-13 season. SCC finished the year a disappointing 9-15 overall and 7-7 in the NWACCC Northern Region, but SCC won 8 out of the last 9 games they played and fell short by one game of forcing a play-in game to the NWAACC Championship. Whatcom moves to the NWAACC Championship as the #2 team in the region.

Shoreline used a balanced attack in the second half to overcome the700_6142.JPG Orcas, as Kadeem Stewart and Josh Youngblood scored 18 points each in the game and Nahshon George and Joe Dickinson added 16 and 15 each as well to finish out the double digit scoring for the Dolphins. George had 11 rebounds while Dickinson collected 10.

SCC Names Nahshon George As "Men's Basketball Player of the Week"
300_7876x.jpgShoreline Community College On Thursday named sophomore Nahshon George as SCC "Men's Basketball Player of the Week" for February 11-17.

The Dolphins split two games that week, losing to the NWAACC's #1 team, rival Edmonds Community College (99-88) and beating Skagit Valley College 94-84.

George, the NWAACC's leading rebounder, scored 33 points with 15 rebounds, 1 blocked shot and 3 steals for those two games.

SCC is now 8-14 for the season and 6-7 in the NWAACC Northern reason and finish the regular season at Whatcom Community College on Saturday in Bellingham, WA. If SCC defeats Whatcom and Bellevue College defeats Peninsula College on Saturday, those three teams would all be tied for the final playoff spot in the region and play-in games would have to played.
SCC Men's Basketball Defeats Peninsula College 112-98 In Overtime
The SCC Men's Basketball Team defeated Peninsula College on Wednesday night in the SCC Gym 112-98 in overtime. SCC missed an open lay-up with 1 second left in regulation but would not be denied in over-time, out scoring the Pirates 25-11 in the extra 5 minutes.

300_5238.JPGSCC led most of the way, being up 50-44 at half-time and leading most of the second half, but PC would not give up and tied the game at 87-87 and played for the last shot and missed, SCC took off on a fastbreak but missed the final shot in regulation.

SCC was led by Joshua Youngblood with 27 points and Nahshon George, who scored 25 points but was dominant on the boards, grabbing 22 rebounds. Kadeem Stewart and Abdul Mohamed added 15 points each, Joe Dickinson 14 and Bulla Viena 10.

SCC is now 8-15 on the year and 6-7 in the NWAACC Northern Region. Peninsula falls to 16-10 and 7-6. SCC has pulled within 1 game of the final playoff spot in region. If SCC can win its final game on Saturday at Whatcom Community College and other teams lose, SCC could be in a play-in game situation to go to the NWAACC Championship the following weekend in the Tri-Cities.
Shoreline Community College Basketball Suffers Losses to Edmonds Community College

603105_10151217109862405_680456787_n.jpgGoing into the night the Shoreline Community College Dolphins and the Edmonds Community College Tritons knew it would be a battle to the end. The Dolphins came in looking to upset the Tritons on their Sophomore night and last home game of the season. The women’s teams played first in quite the match up to the end. The Tritons pulled out the win with a 68-67 finish. Directly afterwards the men’s game didn’t finish quite as close with the Dolphins falling to the Tritons 99-80. 

In a close game all the way through the Dolphin Women’s Basketball team hung in there with their hard working defense. They were able to cause 23 Triton turnovers that led to 19 of their points. It seemed even with 5 players scoring in double digits it was not enough to end on top.  The Tritons bench players were able to light it up scoring 33 of the teams points.  After a great fight the Dolphins were not able to hold on.

Directly following the men’s teams took the court, both teams looking to further secure their playoff hopes. After the loss Shoreline no longer seems to solely hold it’s NWAACC playoff destiny.  However, Edmonds was able to clench the Northern Region Title and guaranteed 1st seed into the NWAACC Championships. 

The Dolphin’s Men’s Basketball team had high hopes for a late push to claim the Northern Region 4th seed and move forward into NWAACC post season play. Last nights loss has changed those hopes. Moving into the last 3 games of the regular season the top teams in the Northern Region are all going to be challenged by each other as they fight for the last two spots into the NWAACC Championship. Only two games separate Peninsula, Everett, Bellevue and Shoreline and all have a tough last 3 games ahead of them.

It is clear the race for the NWAACC Championships is going to come down to the last game of regular season.  The Dolphins are set to take on Peninsula College this Wednesday in their last home game of the season. Be sure to come support your Dolphins as they fight to finish their seasons strong. The women will tip off at 5:30 pm and the men shortly after at 7:30 pm on Wednesday February 20th in Shoreline Gym.  In honor of the Sophomore’s last home game as a Dolphin we will be honoring Deja Davis, Wendy Wang, Caitlin Roussopolos, Anita Huang, Damon Leitch, Kadeem Stewart, Zachary Hafen, Joshua Youngblood, Nashon George and Joe Dickinson.

Shoreline Men’s Basketball Wins 5 In a Row!!

700_9389sc.jpgThe Shoreline Community College Men’s Basketball team is on a roll! They have now won 5 games in a row. And it is just in time with only 3 games left to decide who makes it to the NWAACC Playoffs. The Dolphins won tonight on their home floor against Skagit Valley College 94-84.

Tonight’s game was truly one of ups and downs. The Dolphins at one time led by as much as 15 but before you knew it the game was within 5 points. Sophomore Center Nashon George was Shoreline’s scoring leader with 23 points and 9 rebounds. Bulla Vienna came away with a double-double off of the bench scoring 16points and pulling down 14 rebounds. Guard Kadeem Stewart also had a double-double with 17 points and 10 assists.

For the Skagit Valley Cardinals Riley Newman led the game in scoring with 29 points. Where the Cardinals suffered the most was in their 18 turnovers.  Shoreline was able to convert many of those into fast breaks leading to 17 of their points.

The Dolphins now have a record of 7-14 overall. They are currently tied with Bellevue College for 5th place in the region and only one game behind both Peninsula College and Everett Community College. Needless to say it is a very tight match for the 3rd and 4th Northern Region spot. Shoreline is in the hunting for a spot in the NWAACC Conference Tournament in there next two games.

Shoreline is playing the number one team in the Northern Region, Edmonds Community College, on Saturday February 16th, 2013 in Edmonds, WA at 7:00 PM. The Dolphins need help packing the house in Edmonds to help  get an upset and continue their win streak.

Joshua Youngblood Named SCC Men's Basketball POW Once Again

700_7559.JPGJoshua Youngblood is the SCC Men’s Basketball Player of the week once again. Youngblood was a team leader in two big Dolphin wins. The Dolphins defeated Bellevue College 84-82 in a second half comeback on the road and took the easy 110-76 win over Olympic College at home.

Youngblood’s 3-point shooting was a major factor in both wins. He had 25 points, 15 from behind the arch in the game against Bellevue. Against Olympic Youngblood shot an outstanding 50% from 3-point range giving him a total of 26 points on the night. He also came away with 4 of the 28 Dolphin steals against Olympic. Those steals led to 38 of the 110 Dolphin points and were a huge part of the win.

SCC has a big week ahead of them facing Skagit Valley College at home on Wednesday at 7:30 pm and heading to Edmonds Community College on Saturday at 5:00 pm. The Dolphins need to keep up the winning streak to stay in the hunt for NWAACC playoffs. 

Shoreline Dolphins Soar Past Olympic

700_7466_30S_5594.JPGIt was a great night for Shoreline Community College basketball. The Dolphins swept the Olympic College Rangers in SCC Gym tonight. The women won 73-56 putting up some of their best statistics of the ye
ar. Directly following that game the men’s team soared past Olympic with a final score of 110-76. 

Many times large deficits don’t tell the whole story. This was not the case tonight. The Dolphins led the majority of the game and had leads as large as 38 points. On the night the Dolphins had a total of 28 steals and forced 35 Ranger turnovers. The 

Dolphins also played with great ball movement putting up 25 total assists on the night. This was lead by Dolphin point guard Kadeem Stewart who had 10 assists and 23 points. Joshua Youngblood led the team in scoring once again with 26 points, 21 of which were from behind the arch where Youngblood shot 50%.

The Dolphins hope to continue their high-scoring win streak against the Skagit Valley Cardinals on Wednesday. Shoreline is currently 4-6 in region play and in the playoff hunt. Come out to support the Dolphins February 14th at 7:30pm as they fight to be a contender for the NWAACC Championship!
SCC Names Joshua Youngblood As Men's Basketball Player of the Week
700_6142.JPGJoshua Youngblood who helped led the SCC Men's Basketball team to two wins this past week was named SCC Men's Basketball Player of the Week.

Youngblood, a sophomore forward who transferred from Highline Community College and played high school basketball at Shadow Ridge High School in Las Vegas, Nevada, scored 61 combined points in two games, had 10 rebounds with 9 assists and 7 steals in wins over Northwest Indian College and Everett Community College. He scored 35 points against EVCC and hit 7 of 11 three point shots.

SCC defeated Northwest Indian College on Wednesday, 103-94 after falling behind by 20 points and revenged an earlier loss to Everett CC, by erasing a 18 point deficient and winning 104 to 90.

SCC improved its record to 4-14 on the season and 2-6 in the region. SCC faces Bellevue College on the road Wednesday night and then comes back to the SCC Gym on Saturday to face Olympic College at 4:00 PM. 
SCC Men's Basketball Defeats Everett CC In SCC Gym 104-90
The Shoreline Community College Men's Basketball Team defeated Everett CC in the SCC Gym on Saturday afternoon 104 to 90.

The Dolphins got down early, by 18 points in the first half (45-27), but came roaring back to trail by 5 at half-time, 49-45, and then take control down the stretch to win by 14 points.

700_6142.JPGJoshua Youngblood had a hot night of shooting, scoring 35 points and hitting 7 of 11 three point shots and 8 for 8 from the foul line. Kadeem Stewart added 22 points, Joe Dickinson 11 points and Zach Hafen scored 10 to round out the SCC double figure scoring.

SCC control the boards, out rebounding EVCC 63 to 49 which led to a 26 to 10 point advantage in second chance points.

Shoreline improved to 4-14 on the season and 2-6 in the NWAACC Northern Region while Everett fail to 11-10 overall and 4-4 in the region. SCC travels to Bellevue College on Wednesday to face the Bulldogs at 7:30 pm.