Sinclair Women’s Basketball blows out Hocking College 71-29

Sinclair Women’s Basketball blows out Hocking College 71-29

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January 25, 2017

Sinclair Women’s Basketball blows out Hocking College 71-29


Dayton, OH- Sinclair Women’s Basketball (16-3, 5-2) cruise over the Hawks of Hocking College for an easy win with a score of 71-29.  The Tartan Pride looked good on both offense and defense sides.  Every player for Sinclair was able to get into the game and score some points.

In the 1st quarter, Sinclair was looking good with their offensive and defensive rebounds.  They did falter with their turnovers on offense, but were able to hold off Hocking College by forcing them to make bad shots and turn the ball over themselves.  Defense was solid for most of the game and that started in the 1st quarter. At the end of the 1st quarter, Sinclair was up 20-6. Doriann Carter (5-09/SO-Northmont H.S.) led the team with 8 points and Zechariah Bond (5-10/FR-Troy H.S.) had 4 points. 

The 2nd quarter was all about the defense.  Sinclair held Hocking College with their defense and more rebounding.  Forced turnovers on the Hawks stood out.  Layups for the Tartans were working and going in.  Before the buzzer, Dorianna Carter hit the basket for a 2-point FG to put Sinclair up 42-11 at halftime.  Nia Martin (5-04/FR-Trotwood-Madison H.S.) had 6 points and Aaryn Evans (6-00/FR-Thurgood Marshall H.S.) had 4 points.

The Tartans went on a 7-2 run to start the 3rd quarter.  Even with this run, the offense for the Tartans was a little slow.  Free throws were being missed and shots were not going in.  Sinclair dominated again in the 3rd quarter and led Hocking College 52-17.  Reanna Dudley (5-04/SO-Chaminade Julienne H.S.) had 5 points.

In the 4th quarter, Sinclair did not dare let up on Hocking College.  Good ball movement by the Tartans was there.  Nonetheless, with the offensive rebounds, the Tartan Pride was unable to make a lot of their 2nd chance shots.  The defense was able to force bad shots on the Hawks’ offense.  This game was all Tartans and the final score was 71-29.  Lauren Roetgerman (5-10/FR-Minster H.S.) and Madison Connally-Banks (6-01/FR-Fairmont H.S.) each had 5 points in the final quarter.

Aaryan Evans ended the game with a double-double (10 points and 15 rebounds).

Sinclair outrebounded Hocking College 63-30.

Sinclair Women play at home next on Saturday January 28 against Edison Community College at 1:00 PM.

All home games are played in Building 8 on the downtown Dayton campus. 

Samantha Baron
Athletic Director Intern
Sinclair Community College
Dayton, OH  45402