The Ottumwa Courier


November 11, 2013

Impressive runaway win against No. 13 CSI closes No. 2 IHCC's second winning weekend


“I’ve been playing basketball for just two years now and I’ve never been part of a team like this,” Dime said. “It’s like being part of a family.”

The second-ranked Indian Hills basketball family, including the “Warrior Nation” fan base, will have to wait a full week before reconvening at the Hellyer Center for IHCC’s next contest. No. 2 Indian Hills will take a perfect 4-0 record into next Saturday’s game against Rock Valley at 7 p.m.

For Peery, the fourth win of the season as Warrior head coach came with his second in three meetings against the CSI team he once coached to the national tournament

“I’ve been really fortunate to coach now at two programs with such a great history,” Peery said. “I’m really proud of our guys for the way we’ve won. We won with class and we really played hard.”

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Saturday’s Game

No. 2 (DI) Indian Hills 122, No. 13 (DI) College of Southern Idaho 87

CSI	 43 44 — 87

IHCC 56 66 — 122

College of Southern Idaho (87) — Fredrick Edmond 22, Dallas Anglin 21, Detwon Rogers 14, James Reid 10, Trevor Bamgartner 8, Montigo Alford 4, Jamal McDowell 4, Darnell Tillman 2, Kenned Esume 1. Totals 27-78 29-39 87.

3-point goals — 4-19 (Anglin 2-9, Bamgartner 1-2, Reid 1-4, Alford 0-1, Edmond 0-1, Rogers 0-2). Rebounds — 40 (Edmond 11, Rogers 9, Esume 5, Tillman 4, Alford 3, Reid 3, McDowell 2, Anglin, Bamgartner, Osamudiamen Igodan). Assists — 20 (Alford 4, Edmond 4, Anglin 3, McDowell 3, Rogers 3, Bamgartner, Clifton Harrell, Tillman). Steals — 8 (Alford 3, Anglin 3, Edmond 2). Blocks — 4 (Reid 2, Alford, Anglin). Total fouls — 28 (Technicals – Rogers). Turnovers — 19.

Indian Hills (122) — Roosevelt Scott 24, Quevyn Winters 23, Lester Medford 17, Marcus Posley 15, Majok Deng 14, Roderick Bobbitt 13, Jordan Washington 9, Akoloda Manyang 5, Malik Dime 2. Totals 41-81 29-36 122.

3-point goals — 11-25 (Scott 3-3, Winters 3-6, Deng 2-4, Posley 2-6, Medford 1-5, J.R. Harris 0-1). Fouled out — Harris, Washington. Rebounds — 53 (Bobbitt 13, Deng 6, Medford 6, Posley 6, Winters 6, Dime 5, Manyang 5, Scott 5, Washington). Assists — 33 (Bobbitt 12, Medford 11, Deng 3, Posley 3, Scott 2, Winters 2). Steals — 10 (Bobbitt 3, Medford 2, Posley 2, Deng, Dime, Winters). Blocks — 9 (Dime 6, Deng 2, Manyang). Total fouls — 32 (Technical – Manyang). Turnovers — 18.

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