Johnson County Community College
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Tyler Cundith, sports information director, ext. 3122

W. Basketball - Lady Cavaliers dominated Southeast 95-34


W. Basketball - Lady Cavaliers dominated Southeast 95-34

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. – The Johnson County Community College women’s basketball team put on a dominating performance on Saturday afternoon with a 95-34 blowout over visiting Southeast Community College. The Lady Cavaliers led by 25 at the break and blew game open with a 32-4 run in the final quarter.

Freshman guard Jacionna Stowers came off the bench to pour in a game and career high 23 points to power the Johnson County to a 95-34 blowout over Southeast on Saturday afternoon. Stowers hit 7-of-15 shots, including 6-of-12 from 3-point land. She also had two rebounds, an assist and a steal in her 18 minutes of action. This is the sixth time this season she has topped 20 or more points. For the season, Stowers is the team’s second-leading scorer at 13.8 per game. 

Also in double figures were sophomore gaurds Tristen McFeders with 17 and Cerena Reeves with 14 and freshman guard Paige Elston with 10. Elston was last week’s KJCCC D-II Player of the Week.  Reeves also pulled down a game-high 10 boards, her fourth double-double effort of the season. 

Freshman guard Jenna Peckham had a solid day on the glass as she set a new career high with nine rebounds. She also contributed two points, an assist and a block.

Johnson County (14-4) travel to Marshall, Mo., to take on Missouri Valley College JV on Tuesday, Jan. 16, and to Topeka, Kan., to take on Washburn University JV on Thursday, Jan. 18, before opening their conference slate at home Wednesday, Jan. 24 against Kansas City Kansas Community College. 


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