The Ottumwa Courier

January 31, 2014

Up Next for IHCC Basketball

Ottumwa Courier


Time and Place: 7 p.m tonight at the Hellyer Student Life Center in Ottumwa

Broadcast Info: The game will be carried live on KMGO radio (98.7 FM) and on the Internet at

Records: Third-ranked (DI) Indian Hills is 22-2 overall. Clinton is 1-17.

Finally on the board: After suffering 17-straight losses to open the season, Clinton finally earned its first win of the season on Wednesday night with a 104-60 victory over the St. Ambrose JV. Prior to Wednesday, the Cougars were averaging just 58.5 points per game.

IHCC is No. 1: The Warriors 124-115 regional win over Northeast on Wednesday helped the Warriors to secure its spot as the nation's top offense. IHCC's current points-per-game average of 115.9 is over five points better than Temple College, which had been held below 100 points in five of its past six games including a mere 61 points in a 10-point loss Wednesday to Hill College. Indian Hills has an excellent to keep up its top national scoring pace tonight against Clinton based on recent history. The Warriors beat the Cougars last year in the Hy-Vee Classic, 121-63, in the last meeting between the two teams

Coach Peery says: "We're going to get everybody's best effort. We had to battle through a lot of foul trouble on Wednesday and found a way to get it done."