Sports Briefs


Women’s basketball

The colleges Women’s basketball squad is off to a blazing hot start as expected. The Cavs are 7-0 and have won every game by an average margin of 56 points. The Cavs are obliterating opponents averaging 96 points per game.

The Cavs will travel Dean College Sunday who is also undefeated this season and has won every game by convincing margins. The game will most likely be the toughest challenge of the season for the Cavs so far.

The Cavs are currently ranked 4th in the nation. Nieka Wheeler leads the team in scoring with 14.7 points per game, Alexis Borwn is second with 12.1 points per game and Braile Fields is third with 10.3 points per game. Wheeler leads the Cavs with 6 rebounds per game, Hunter Thomas is second with 5.6, Chelsey McGee is third with 5.2. and Kayonna Lee is fourth with 5.1 per game. McGee leads the Cavs with 4.3 assists per game and Lee is second with 3 per game.

Men’s basketball

The men’s basketball team is currently 3-3. They had their most impressive victory, 76-48 over Southeastern College on Tuesday night. The Cavs hope to build on their victory before their conference, which starts on Wednesday, Dec. 3, at home against Hesston. Danzel Wright leads the Cavs with 16.7 points per game and Jaron Rollins is second with 12.8 per game. Rollins leads them in rebounds with 7.5 per game and Warren Specht is second with 5.8 per game. Dontae Gibson leads the team in assists with 2.3 and Wright is second with 2 per game.

Compiled by James Howey, sports editor,

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