|New Hope Christian College||32||31||63|
|Life Pacific 7-6||42||37||79|
|Jan. 13, 2017|
|New Hope Christian College||Indv. Leaders||Life Pacific|
|#32 Jaylen Rose - 17||Points||#12 James Noble - 22|
|#34 Trey Harbick - 8||Rebounds||2 Players (#13,#33) - 8|
|2 Players (#10,#12) - 3||Assists||#02 Mark Eden - 12|
|New Hope Christian College||Team Statistics||Life Pacific|
|32.8% (20 - 61)||Field Goals %||47.7% (31 - 65)|
|35% (14 - 40)||3 Point Field Goals %||34.8% (8 - 23)|
|90% (9 - 10)||Free Throws||60% (9 - 15)|
|4||2nd Chance Pts||8|
San Dimas, CA - LIFE Pacific Warriors scored a victory on Friday night against New Hope Christian Deacons (79-63). The Warriors stand at a well-earned 2-0 in league and 8-6 overall.
LPC came straight off the blocks to take the lead of 9-0 in the first three minutes. Trent Rowser (JR/Pomona, CA) took the crowd with an incredible dunk at 16:04 pushing the Warriors to 13-6. LPC kept their lead for 13 minutes until 7:24 when the deacons tied the game. This reality check pushed the Warriors to perform even harder as they finished off the half with a 10 point lead.
The second half was not luck, just a great performance by the Warriors. After the lead fell to 4 points Blake Terry (SR/Modesto, CA) came in with a hot three to make it 7. The Warriors had two hot streaks advancing from a lead of 10 to 16 at 12:39 and again at 8:20 with an incredible 7 point streak. This brought the lead to a grand 23 points. The Warriors capped off the night with James Noble (JR/Los Alamitos, CA) shooting a three and finalizing the Warriors score of 79. When the buzzer sounded the score was 79-63.
Four of the Warriors placed well into the double digits with points. James Noble led the game for the first time this season scoring a total of 22 points. Noble made 9-16 (56%) of all his shots and took an extra two points from free point attempts. Mark Eden (JR/Chino, CA) followed a combined 16 points only shooting from inside the line and taking layups. Eden led the team with 12 assists, more than anyone else on the Warriors combined. Blake Terry also came out strong adding 14 points to the score. Terry focused on his three-pointers sinking 3-4 (75%). Edgardo Campos (JR/Covina, CA) followed Terry by one point at 13 for the game. Campos also tied in the top rebounds with Trent Rowser; who both captured 8.
By the numbers:
LPC scored 8 points from turnovers
LPC rebounds amounted to 43
LPC assisted 16 times
LPC stole the ball 8 times
LPC made (9-15) 60% of free throws shot
LPC is undefeated in league (2-0)
Head Coach for the Warriors, Tim Cook, said "I thought we came out very strong tonight against a good New Hope Christian team. They had tremendous energy and focus tonight. We played very good team defense and continued to share the ball on offense."
The Warriors will play next on Saturday, January 14 against Portland Bible College. The game will tip off at 7:00 pm at home. This will be the third league game of the season.