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GNTC Bobcats pick up LaFayette’s Tyler Shropshire

Courtesy: Walker County Messenger
By Scott Herpst

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One of the north Georgia area’s most versatile and consistent players is taking his considerable talents to Georgia Northwestern.

LaFayette senior Tyler Shropshire, a second-team Region 7-AAAA selection, signed his letter of intent to join to Bobcats during a ceremony at LHS this past Thursday.

“I’ve got to thank God and everyone from LaFayette High School for getting me to where I’ve gotten and now that I’m getting ready to play college basketball,” Shropshire said. “Most importantly, I have to thank (LaFayette head) Coach (Hank) Peppers. He’s been there almost every day after school, working around my schedule, to help me on my shooting and my game.”

Shropshire, a 6-footer that can play at guard or small forward, burst onto the north Georgia basketball scene as a sophomore and has only improved since.

He poured in 13.5 points a game for the Ramblers this past season, adding 6.7 rebounds and nearly two steals a game while shooting 38 percent from behind the 3-point arc.

“Tyler has worked hard and he’s improved as much from his freshman year until now as any player I’ve ever seen,” Peppers explained. “I’ve known him since he was in the sixth grade when he was running around the (LaFayette) rec center trying to play with the older guys, but he finally started growing taller one day. I’m proud of him. He’s worked hard and he deserves it, and I’m glad he’s going to be playing close by so we can still go watch him play.”

Shropshire said he was motivated after seeing very little playing time as a ninth grader.

“I didn’t get much playing time as a freshman, even on the JV team,” he said. “I really worked hard on my game after that season because I hate not getting to play, and it paid off.”

Bobcats head coach David Stephenson said he was excited to have Shropshire in the fold, and not just because of his on-court skills.

“If you talk to any of his coaches or anyone else who knows him, they all say (Tyler) is a good kid, and at the end of the day, Georgia Northwestern is first and foremost about getting good character,” said the veteran coach. “We like recruiting the local kids and we think we have found a good one in Tyler.

“We’ll have an opening at the 2 spot, and if he adds some size he could play the 3, but with his talent and versatility we could play him at about three different positions, depending on what we need. We are looking for people who can not only take it to rim, but finish at the rim, and he does that very well from what we’ve seen in person and on film.”

Shropshire said he considers himself a point guard, but said he is willing to play anywhere that helps his team.

“I just want to be out there,” he said. “If someone’s running the court better at point guard, I’ll play the 2 or wherever, just as long as I’m out there playing, winning and making my teammates better.”

Shropshire said he would one day like to be a teacher and a coach at his alma mater.

“Coaching at LaFayette would be great,” he added. “I just really love basketball and I’d love to be around it for the rest of my life.”

Lady Cats Face Tough Division I Foe In Gadsden State (AL)

Georgia Northwestern Preps For Cross-Town Rival Highlands, Freshman Long Questionable

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(Gadsden, AL) – All eyes are on freshman center Caroline Long after a battle with Division I Gadsden State (AL) at Beck Field House in Gadsden, Alabama Monday night.

The 6-foot-1 freshman went down with a knee injury in the second half in the Lady Cats 109-41 defeat at the hands of one of the nation’s best Division I JUCO programs. Spirited play in the paint ended with a Lady Cardinal post player’s head and Long’s knee colliding.

After spending several minutes on the hardwood, trainers helped Long to the locker room. “Her status is uncertain right now,” said Georgia Northwestern Women’s Head Basketball Coach Jim Williams. “She may need as much as a week off. We’ll just wait and see.”

Freshman Lady Cat Alisha Bridges (Calhoun, GA) led Division III Georgia Northwestern in scoring with 10 on the night. Sophomore sharpshooter Sierra Smith (Armuchee, GA) added nine points, all by way of the three-point line. Gadsden State (4-0) freshman shooting guard Shauntece Catlin led all scoring with 23 points thanks to 67-percent (10-of-15) shooting from the field.

Georgia Northwestern (1-4) struggled at the hands of the Cardinal defense shooting 29-percent from the field and only 50-percent from the foul line in the loss. “They were a good team,” said Williams. “However, we simply got tired and didn’t play anywhere near our potential. We’ll just go into practice this week and see what they’ve learned and, in turn, what they will show us on the court.”

The Lady Cats will tip things off next against one of its newest rivals in NCJAA Division I Georgia Highlands. Georgia Northwestern and the Lady Chargers will get underway Saturday at 6 p.m. at Charger Gymnasium on the Georgia Highlands College campus in Floyd County, Georgia. Gadsden State next hits the floor on Saturday, as well, when they travel to Selma, Alabama to face Wallace CC – Selma.

For information on all Georgia Northwestern intercollegiate athletic programs, check out BobcatsCountry.com, e-mail the Office of Sports Information at dfoley@gntc.edu, or call (706) 764-3813.

Georgia Northwestern Technical College serves Catoosa, Chattooga, Dade, Floyd, Gordon, Murray, Polk, Walker, and Whitfield counties in Georgia with campuses located in Floyd, Gordon, Polk, Walker, and Whitfield counties. Approximately 26,000 people benefit from GNTC’s credit and noncredit programs, making it the largest college in Northwest Georgia and the fourth largest technical college in Georgia.

Georgia Northwestern (41) – Parks 3, Jones, Alisha Bridges 10, Nichelson 7, Woodley 2, Flaherty 2, Hall 2, Smith 9, Long 6.

Gadsden State (AL) (109) – Buchanon 6, Taylor Frazier 16, Ward 2, Taylor Adams 14, Calishia Parker 17, Hall 6, Shauntece Catlin 23, Grizzard 8, Williams 8, Brown 4, Gray 5.

Halftime Score: 59-18, Gadsden State.

Cats, Eagles Battle To Buzzer in NJCAA vs. NAIA

Georgia Northwestern Falls Short At Reinhardt

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(Waleska, GA) – The first-ever match-up between NJCAA’s Georgia Northwestern and NAIA’s Reinhardt University went to the buzzer Thursday night as the Eagles would soar away with the win, 87-84.

A last-second play in the first half saw the ball in the hands of freshman point guard Rico Mears who launched a three and connected to take a 42-39 lead into the half. The Eagles would come out firing in the second stanza as they would build a 10-point lead with just under eight minutes left to play.

Aggressive play by the Cats over the next two and a half minutes would make the game a one-possession game for most of the final five minutes. With six seconds to go and trailing by three, the Bobcats could not get a good look at the basket and would fail to launch a buzzer-beating shot at the Brown Athletic Center in Waleska, Georgia.

Georgia Northwestern’s LaDarius Watkins would lead the way for the Bobcats in the non-region battle. The 6-foot-4 freshman from Chattanooga’s East Hamilton H.S. would lead the Cats with 19 points and seven boards in the contest.

Sophomore Hunter Ivester (Trion, GA) would do damage from the guard slot with 10 points, 11 rebounds, three assists, and a pair of blocks. Fellow sophomore Tavish Reynolds (Calhoun, GA) would drop in 18 points from his shooting guard spot for the Cats.

Reinhardt JV’s Warren Staples (Fayetteville, NC) led all scorers with 24 on the night. Eagle sharpshooting freshman Blaine White (Joliet, IL) would connect from beyond the three-point line five times in the match-up.

Georgia Northwestern (2-2) will next hit the hardwood Monday night at the Rossville Athletic Complex (R.A.C.) The Bobcats will host Sewanee (TN) for a 7 p.m. tip-off. For information on all Cats Country intercollegiate athletic programs, check out BobcatsCountry.com, e-mail the Office of Sports Information at dfoley@gntc.edu, or call (706) 764-3813.

Georgia Northwestern Technical College serves Catoosa, Chattooga, Dade, Floyd, Gordon, Murray, Polk, Walker, and Whitfield counties in Georgia with campuses located in Floyd, Gordon, Polk, Walker, and Whitfield counties. Approximately 26,000 people benefit from GNTC’s credit and noncredit programs, making it the largest college in Northwest Georgia and the fourth largest technical college in Georgia.

Georgia Northwestern (84) – Olsen 8, Tavish Reynolds 18, Hunter Ivester 10, Watkins 1, Mears 9, Harris 2, Powell 3, McLin 4, Bell 6, Cochran 4, LaDarius Watkins 19.

Reinhardt University (87) – McCullough 3, Blaine White 15, Sapp 6, Warren Staples 24, Isaiah Hugley 17, N. Jones 9, Lynch 3, D. Jones 8, Tremble 2, Polhill II, Shelley.

Halftime Score: 42-39, Georgia Northwestern.

Lady Cats Steal First Win In Home-Opener

“Sophomore Lady Cat point guard Kiarra Parks led the way Thursday night with 19 points in Georgia Northwestern’s first win of the season.”
“Sophomore Lady Cat point guard Kiarra Parks led the way Thursday night with 19 points in Georgia Northwestern’s first win of the season.”

Georgia Northwestern Drops Warren Wilson (NC)

(Winthrop-King Centre, Rome, Georgia) – After starting the 2013-14 campaign on a three-game slide which consisted of road games in the Volunteer State, the NJCAA Region XVII defending champs returned to Rome, Georgia Thursday night and clawed their way to their first win of the season.

Sophomore All-Region First-Teamer Kiarra Parks (Cleveland, TN) led the way with 19 points in the Lady Cats win over NAIA program Warren Wilson, 70-63. Georgia Northwestern (1-3) led by 10 at the break, 35-25. However, 17 points off of Lady Cat turnovers kept the Tar Heel State squad close down the stretch.

Freshman Charron Woodley (Rome, GA) added 10 points, seven rebounds, and two steals. Sophomore outside threat Sierra Smith (Armuchee, GA) went three-of-five from beyond the arc in her 11 point outing.

Freshman 6-footer Caroline Long (Rome, GA) grabbed seven of her own points, but it was the three blocked shots that got Warren Wilson’s attention.

The Lady Owls (1-2) Dani Henderson led all scorers dropping 25 points through the Winthrop-King Centre nets. Former Gordon Lee High School (Chickamauga, GA) standout Lilvia Bradley left her mark, as well. The 6-foot sophomore added 17 points and nine rebounds.

Georgia Northwestern continues to run their traditional non-region gauntlet on Monday night as they head to perennial NJCAA power Gadsden State in Gadsden, Alabama. Warren Wilson returns to North Carolina to host Judson College on Saturday.

Georgia Northwestern is a member of NJCAA Region XVII, a unit of the Technical College System of Georgia, and an equal opportunity institute. For more information on Georgia Northwestern Athletics, contact the Office of Sports Information at 706.764.3813., e-mail to dfoley@gntc.edu, or visit BobcatsCountry.com.

Warren Wilson (63) – Oglesby 4, Scherer 6, Ashford 4, Isaiah, Blandin 2, Dani Henderson 25, Miller 3, O’Brien, Hall 2, Lilvia Bradley 17, Ackerman.

Georgia Northwestern (70) – Kiarra Parks 19, Jones 1, Alisha Bridges 10, Nichelson 6, Charron Woodley 10, Flaherty, Hall 6, Sierra Smith 11, Long 7.

Halftime Score: 35-25, Georgia Northwestern.

Ivester Catches Fire, Tames Lions In Dayton (TN)

Georgia Northwestern Steals Road Win At Bryan, At Reinhardt Thursday

“Sophomore Bobcat captain Hunter Ivester (Trion, GA) led all scorers with 22 in Georgia Northwestern’s road win at Bryan (TN) Monday night.”
“Sophomore Bobcat captain Hunter Ivester (Trion, GA) led all scorers with 22 in Georgia Northwestern’s road win at Bryan (TN) Monday night.”

(Dayton, TN) – Just three games into the 2013-14 season, Georgia Northwestern appears to be heading in the right direction. The Bobcats continued its progress with a 64-63 win at Bryan College JV (TN) Monday night.

After an 8-19 season in 2012-13, the Bobcats possess a 2-1 record over the first ten days of the campaign. In each of those three games, the Cats have held double-digit leads in the second-half. The latest coming Monday night when sophomore Hunter Ivester (Trion, GA) left his mark on Bryan’s Summers Gymnasium.

Ivester, a team captain this season, led his squad to a 12-point lead at the break, 41-29. The 5-foot-10 shooting guard from Trion, Georgia would catch fire early as he would scorch the Lion nets for 15 points in the first half. 70-percent shooting from the field, 75-percent from beyond the three-point arc, led to Ivester’s 22 points in the Bobcat win.

Freshman point guard Rico Mears (Dalton, GA) added 11 points in the road win. Rome, Georgia’s Veshawn Bell added 10 in the match-up. Bryan freshman swingman Christian Haile (Shelbyville, TN) led all Lion scorers with 20 in the loss. Bryan freshmen Caleb Tuck (Dickson, TN) and Bryan Landers (Maryville, TN) added 13 each on the night.

Next up for the Cats will be a trip through the North Georgia mountains to Waleska, Georgia to square-off with Reinhardt University. It will be Georgia Northwestern’s first-ever match-up with the Eagles. Game time is 6:30 p.m. The Lions JV squad will take to the court next when they host Covenant College on November 18.

For information on all Cats Country intercollegiate athletic programs, check out BobcatsCountry.com, e-mail the Office of Sports Information at dfoley@gntc.edu, or call (706) 764-3813.

Georgia Northwestern Technical College serves Catoosa, Chattooga, Dade, Floyd, Gordon, Murray, Polk, Walker, and Whitfield counties in Georgia with campuses located in Floyd, Gordon, Polk, Walker, and Whitfield counties. Approximately 26,000 people benefit from GNTC’s credit and noncredit programs, making it the largest college in Northwest Georgia and the fourth largest technical college in Georgia.

Georgia Northwestern (64) – Olsen 4, Watkins 4, Rico Mears 11, Harris, Reynolds 2, Powell 5, Hunter Ivester 22, McLin, Veshawn Bell 10, Painter 2, Cochran 2, Stanley 2, Watkins.

Bryan College JV (63) – Caleb Tuck 13, Valentine 2, Christian Haile 20, McClaurin 6, Parton 1, Bagard 2, Clark 6, Bryan Landers 13.

Halftime Score: 41-29, Georgia Northwestern.

Bobcats Spoil Welch (TN) Opener, Lady Cats Fall In Music City

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(Nashville, TN) – Sophomore Bobcat Tavish Reynolds (Calhoun, GA) led the way for Georgia Northwestern as they would take their first win of the 2013-14 season in the Music City Friday night, 63-56. Georgia Northwestern’s Reynolds would drop in 16 points thanks, in part, to four-of-nine shooting from beyond the three-point-line in Welch College’s home-opener in Nashville, Tennessee this weekend.

Up by as many as 22 points, the Cats would see their huge road lead quickly diminish in the second half. With just under three minutes remaining, the Flames (1-2) would scorch their home nets to bring them within four points of the visiting Bobcats. Welch would fall short as the Bobcats (1-1) would hit key free throws down the stretch to seal the win.

Welch would struggle in their loss hitting on only three of 19 shots from beyond the arc in the NCCAA vs NJCAA match-up. Sophomore Bobcat Richard Olsen (Calhoun, GA) would drop in 11 points, pull down six boards, and grab two steals. Fellow sophomore Hunter Ivester (Trion) would clean the road glass for 11 boards, swipe five steals, dish out four assists and block a shot in the win. Freshman Devin Watkins (Cedartown, GA) would add eight points and pull down seven rebounds.

Georgia Northwestern will continue their road trip gauntlet on Monday night as they travel to Dayton, Tennessee to take on Bryan College. The Cats will turn around and head to Atlanta Tuesday to battle with Andrew Young. The tough road stretch ends on Thursday as they take the short trip across North Georgia to Waleska for the college’s first-ever match-up with Reinhardt College.

Welch College (56) – Chol 6, Carson Outlaw 17, Smith 2, Reeves 8, Tay. Pruett, Tan. Pruett, Hutchinson 5, Jeff Carter 18.

Georgia Northwestern (63) – Richard Olsen 11, Watkins 8, Mears 2, Harris 2, Tavish Reynolds 16, Powell 3, Ivester 4, McLin, Veshawn Bell 13, Painter, Cochran, Stanley 4, Watkins.

Halftime Score: 36-25, Georgia Northwestern

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Georgia Northwestern Falls In Music City, 78-61 Lady Cats Home-Opener Thursday

Georgia Northwestern’s NJCAA All-Region First-Teamer Kiarra Parks (Cleveland, TN) led the Lady Cats with 14 points against Toccoa Falls College Saturday. However, it would be the 18 points from Charlotte, NC junior Katie Galloway that would help lead the Lady Eagles to the win, 78-61.

Both teams would struggle from the charity stripe in the final match of the Welch College Invitational in Nashville, Tennessee. Both Georgia Northwestern (7-of-14) and Toccoa Falls (9-of-18) would each only manage to connect on 50-percent of their free throw attempts.

Georgia Northwestern (0-3) freshman forward Charron Woodley (Rome, GA) added a dozen points in the tough road loss in the Volunteer State. The Lady Cats will host their home-opener Thursday against Warren Wilson (NC) Thursday at 5 p.m. at the Winthrop-King Center on the campus of Shorter University in Rome, Georgia.

Toccoa Falls (78) – Katie Calloway 18, Jeanelle Arnold 12, Morris 6, Lang 8, Shady 6, Wiegand 4, Brown 6, Clements 2, Kim Crapse 16.

Georgia Northwestern (61) – Kiarra Parks 14, Jones 2, Bridger 7, Nichelson 7, Charron Woodley 12, Flaherty, Brecia Hall 10, Smith 9, Long.

Halftime Score: 41-37, Toccoa Falls.

Georgia Northwestern’s Hall Leads Cats At Cleveland State

Lady Cats Set Sights On Music City This Weekeend

 

 

(Cleveland, TN) – Freshman Lady Cat Brecia Hall (Coosa) led the way for Georgia Northwestern as they hit the Volunteer State Tuesday night for their 2013-14 season opener at Cleveland State. Hall would lead with 17 points and six boards in the effort which saw the Lady Cougars take the game, 90-49.

Cleveland, Tennessee-native Kiarra Parks (Pepperell) highlighted her homecoming with seven points, four assists, two steals, and three boards in the non-region loss against the NJCAA Division I opponent.

Georgia Northwestern (0-1) would shoot 70-percent from the charity stripe in the loss. However, the Lady Cats would be held to 27-percent from the field in the opener at L. Quention Lane Gymnasium.

The Lady Vikings (2-0) would be lead by freshman Aysia Grimsley (Marietta, GA) with 13 points in the win over the Lady Cats. Freshman Forward Jamesha Mosley (Hopkinsville, KY) would make the most headlines from her post position with seven steals, seven points, and four assists.

Georgia Northwestern and Cleveland State both hit I-40 West on Friday night for a pair of November road games. The Lady Cats will take part in the Welch College Invitational in Nashville, Tennessee. Cleveland State will visit West Tennessee to battle it out with TJCCAA opponent Dyersburg State.

Georgia Northwestern is a member of NJCAA Region XVII, a unit of the Technical College System of Georgia, and an equal opportunity institute. For more information on Georgia Northwestern Athletics, contact the Office of Sports Information at 706.764.3813., e-mail to dfoley@gntc.edu, or visit BobcatsCountry.com

Cleveland State (90) – Aysia Grimsley 13, Gasper 8, Brandi Whitted 11, Brittany Ramsey 11, Mosley 7, Markiesha Campbell 12, Roller 2, Katrice Harris 12, Davis 2, Bonds 1, King 5, Thompson 2, Fuqua 4.

Georgia Northwestern (49) – Bridger 4, Nichelson 6, Brecia Hall 17, Smith 6, Long 3, Parks 7, Jones, Woodley 6, Flaherty.

Halftime Score: 42-20, Cleveland State

Lady Cats Open Season Tonight At Cleveland State

Georgia Northwestern Boasts NJCAA All-Region Honorees, Prep Standouts

Lady Cats 2013 Basketball Shoot-13

(Rome, GA) – With the strength of four NJCAA All-Region honorees in the line-up, Georgia Northwestern opens its 2013-14 Women’s Basketball season with a trip to the Volunteer State tonight for a 6 p.m. tip-off with Division I Cleveland State in the confines of L. Quentin Lane Gymnasium.

Lady Cats Head Coach Jim Williams returns at the helm for season number four and a shot at the college’s fourth consecutive region championship. “We’ve got a great group of student-athletes and really hope to compete well again this time around,” said Williams. “Our returners will make a big difference in how we perform this season.”

Leading the way for Georgia Northwestern as they make their way through NJCAA Region XVII in 2013-14 is Canton, Georgia-native Alyssa Nichelson. At 5-foot-8, the former Creekview H.S. (GA) standout is an all-region first-team member. Sophomore Lady Cat guard Kiarra Parks also received all-region first-team honors heading into the new schedule.

Nichelson and Parks dropped in 11 points a game in their freshman campaigns last season. The 5-foot-4 Parks, a former Pepperell HS (GA) standout, would add four boards and two swipes a night, as well.

Lady Cat outside shooter Sierra Smith returns after hitting from beyond the arc at a 31-percent click in 2012-13. Missing from the line-up is her back court counterpart from last season in Emily Cole. The former Adairsville HS (GA) sharpshooter signed with Toccoa Falls College in the offseason after completing her two years of eligibility at Georgia Northwestern.

The most noticeable absence comes beneath the glass as the Lady Cats have to fill the shoes of Odessa Person. The 5-foot-10 forward rounded out last season ranked seventh in the nation in rebounds. Averaging 14 boards each outing, the Lineville, Alabama-native managed to grab the attention of the NJCAA with four 20-plus rebound performances during her sophomore run.

Williams has his eyes on freshman forward Caroline Long to help soften the blow in the post. Long, a 6-foot-1 freshman forward from Model HS (GA), will lead the Lady Cats front court this season. Long, along with 5-foot-8 freshman guard Alisha Bridger, were named NJCAA All-Region second-team honorees. Bridger is in her first year with Georgia Northwestern after completing her prep career at Sonoraville HS (GA).

In usual Jim Williams style, the non-region schedule in November and December is extremely tough. The line-up of opponents consists of several four-year programs and a handful of nationally-ranked Division I Juco opponents. Among the national junior college powerhouses the Lady Cats will use for tune-up matches are Gadsden State (AL), Albany State (GA), Georgia Highlands, and Prince George’s CC (MD).

For information on all Georgia Northwestern intercollegiate athletic programs, check out BobcatsCountry.com, e-mail the Office of Sports Information at dfoley@gntc.edu, or call (706) 764-3813.

Georgia Northwestern Technical College serves Catoosa, Chattooga, Dade, Floyd, Gordon, Murray, Polk, Walker, and Whitfield counties in Georgia with campuses located in Floyd, Gordon, Polk, Walker, and Whitfield counties. Approximately 26,000 people benefit from GNTC’s credit and noncredit programs, making it the largest college in Northwest Georgia and the fourth largest technical college in Georgia.

Bobcats Debut With Hines (NC) In Season-Opener At The R.A.C.

Georgia Northwestern’s Reynolds, Olsen Lead Scoring In 2013-14 Opener

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(The R.A.C., Rossville, GA) – In a non-region opener for Georgia Northwestern Saturday, the Cats would trade leads with visiting Hines Academy (NC) six times before falling behind for good in the final two minutes. Aaron Moore would lead the way for the guests in their trip to the Cats Den dropping 20 points in the 66-61 win at the Rossville Athletic Complex (R.A.C.)

Down 64-61 with less than 20 seconds to play, the Cats would put a chance for a tie in the hands of sophomore shooting guard Tavish Reynolds. Tough presser on the right wing would force Reynolds drive to the 15-foot range for a pair of shots that would miss the mark.

Reynolds (Calhoun, GA) led all Cats with 18 points in the effort. Reynolds would connect on four of seven jabs from beyond the arc. Teammate Richard Olsen (Calhoun, GA) would go four-for-four from three-point-line adding 16 points in all on the day. Reynolds, Olsen, and Hunter Ivester (Trion, GA) were named to the Pre-Season NJCAA Region XVII All-Second Team Roster earlier this week.

Georgia Northwestern Head Coach David Stephenson’s squad would go into the intermission up five, 28-23. However, Hines would almost double their first-half output by putting up 43 points in the final stanza. The Cats shot 50-percent from the three-point line (8-16) in the opener. Free throws were a sore spot for both squads as the Cats and Hines would hit from the charity stripe on 58 and 60-percent clips, respectively.

A noticeable absence from the floor was 6-foot-4 freshman forward LaDarius Watkins. The Chattanooga, TN-native suffered a sprained ankle in preparation for the opener this weekend. Watkins returned to practice late this week. His status is day-to-day.

The Cats (0-1) will hit the road next for action in the NCCAA Tournament held at Welch College in Nashville, Tennessee. Georgia Northwestern will not return to The R.A.C. until November 18 for a 7 p.m. tip-off with Sewanee (TN).

The Bobcats are a member of NJCAA Region XVII, the Georgia Collegiate Athletic Association, and a unit of the Technical College System of Georgia. For more information on Bobcat Athletics, contact the Georgia Northwestern Office of Sports Information at 706.764.3813 or e-mail to dfoley@gntc.edu.

Georgia Northwestern (61) – Richard Olsen 16, Watkins 4, Mears 4, Harris, Tavish Reynolds 18, Powell 2, Ivester 6, McLin, Bell 9, Painter 2, Cochran, Stanley.

Hines Academy (NC) (66) – Augustus 9, Davis 7, Simpson 1, Reggie Jones 14, Wood, Roberts, Hammond 6, Hawkins 9, Aaron Moore 20.

Halftime Score: 28-23, Georgia Northwestern.

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