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    CWC Men defeated Gillette College over the weekend in a big way; LCCC up next

    How the Rustlers Fared Saturday, January 12th

    Quick Look:

    Gillette 73  Central 63 Women

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    Central 107  Gillette 86 Men

    Men’s Basketball:     Central 107  Gillette 86

    The Central men’s basketball team stopped a four game losing skid and evened their Region 9 conference record at 1-1 with a 107 to 86 win over Gillette Saturday afternoon.   The Rustlers came out hot hitting 5 of their first 8 three pointers and hitting 14 for the game. They led by 13 at half and extended that lead to as much as 22 in the second half.   It was a complete team effort said Assistant coach Taylor Lavery who was the head coach for the day following the suspension of Brad Schmit. Five Rustlers were in double figures led by David Simental’s 29.

    *Notes  

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    Central is 1-1 in league play and stopped a four game losing skid..

    Darius Guinn scored a new high as a Rustler with 24 points.  He also had 9 rebounds.

    Taylor Tidzump had 15 points with 12 rebounds.  Devin Rottweiler scored 18 with 10 boards.

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    Jacob Smith scored 14 for CWC.

    Central played only 7 players.

    CWC is now 6-11 overall   1-1 in Region 9 Play

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    CWC plays at LCCC on Wednesday.

     

    Women’s Basketball:   Gillette 73  Central 63

    Another slow start by the Central women spelled defeat as they drop to 0-2 in league play.   Early foul trouble also hurt as the Rustlers shot only 31% in the first half and trailed Gillette by 16 at the break.    Lindsey Fearing’s team came alive in the second half and outscored the Pronghorns by 6 in the final two quarters. Fearing said, “we need to play the first half like we do the second half and not dig ourselves a hole”.    Paulani Tarawa scored 18 to lead the Rustlers.

    *Notes

    Tarawah scored 18, followed by 15 from Essy Latu and 12 from Rylee Burmester.

    Central is 0-2 in league play and has lost 5 straight.

    Paulani Tarawa is 39 points out of #2nd place for most career points at Central since bringing the sport back 11 years ago. #2 is Jolanna Sazue and #1 is Courtney Patterson.

    CWC Up Next:  

    Wednesday:  January 16th

    Both Central teams are at LCCC. They return home to take on Eastern Wyo on Saturday the 19th.

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