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Both the mens and womens basketball teams traveled to Chanute Kansas to face off against the Neosho County Community College Panthers. The Panthers sit in the middle of the Eastern standings for the men and the ladies were on spot above Coffeyville in the standings starting play.

 

The Lady Ravens picked up another big win Monday night in Chanute, facing off against the Neosho County Panthers. A back in forth game all night ended up going to Coffeyville after a wild and half that had several lead changes and eventually winning bhy just one point 87 to 86. Both Tatiana McCreeand Brooklyn Wade had a game high of 17 points and Jayleen Cole added 15. The win pushes Coffeyville to 7-21 overall on the season and 6-13 in KJCCC play.

It wasn’t an easy game for the #3 Coffeyville Community College Red Ravens last night, but they found a way to get out with a W. Trailing 46 to 39 at Half the Ravens came out of the gate hot and took a 70-57 lead with 10 minutes to play. However, the Panthers of Neosho County would not go down without a fight tying the game and taking it to overtime with a score of 87-87. The Ravens would establish their dominance in the overtime outscoring Neosho 18-8 to win the game 105-95. Keon Queen had 22 points with 8 rebounds as Coffeyville traded the dominant 3 point game for a great low block presence as well as guard Tevin Brewer had 16 points, 5 assists and 3 steals. The win pushes the Ravens to 27-2 on the season and 18-1 in KJCCC play.

The Ravens are back in action Saturday in El Dorado, KS against Butler CC at 5pm for their final game on the 2018 2019 schedule.

 

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