2018 Cross Country Team
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The academic honors keeping rolling in for the Lorain County Community College Cross Country teams, as both the Men’s and Women’s teams earned NJCAA Cross Country Coaches Association’s “Cross Country Scholar All-American Team” status for the Fall 2018 Season. Men’s CC team members earned an impressive 3.63 G.P.A. and the Women’s Team carried a 3.54 G.P.A. for the Fall 2018 Semester.

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Justin Newman
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The LCCC Men’s Basketball team travelled to cross-town rival LakelJustin Newman (pictured; Cincinnati/Robert A. Taft) turned in a double-double for the Commodores and led all scorers in the game with 28. Newman also led the team with 14 rebounds, 7 assists, and 4 steals on the night.and CC to square off against one of the top teams in the OCCAC but came up on the short-end of the 95-80 score.

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Ronnette Rahmon-Sumlin

 

The LCCC Women’s Basketball team faced a tough task today against one of the top teams in the conference, Edison State Community College. The Chargers sport a very athletic team and a deep bench, while the Commodores were down to six for today’s game and had two team members playing under the weather. Ronnette Rahmon-Sumlin (pictured; North Olmsted) scored her second consecutive double-double with 15 points and 11 rebounds to lead the team.

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It was a valiant effort by the Commodores of LCCC, but the fast break of the Cougars of Columbus State proved too much to overcome in the end, as LCCC dropped a heartbreaker 93-87. Five players finished in double-digits for the Commodores, with Justin Newman (Cincinnati/Robert A. Taft) leading the team with 24. Thomas Hronis (North Ridgeville) had 21, plus tied for a team-leading 9 boards. Jacob Marsh (pictured; Elyria) and Jovon Jones (Elyria/F.B.C.S.) each had 14 points, while Andrew Nelson (Strongsville) added 12.

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Justin Newman
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The polar vortex did no favors for the Lorain County Community College Men’s Basketball team, as they had to suit up for their 5th game in just eight days with all the rescheduled contests. Lorain got into early foul trouble and found themselves down by 20 in the contest, before trading baskets the rest of the way with the Tartan Pride, in the end losing to Sinclair 92-68. No final stats were available at the time of this press release but according to Eggleston, “Justin Newman (pictured; Cincinnati/Robert A. Taft) had 29 points, plus Jacob Marsh (Elyria) and Isaiah Linder (Brooklyn) both scored in double-digits.”

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Hannah Oehlstrom

 

Taking the court for the 5th time in just eight days proved too much down the stretch for the LCCC Women’s Basketball Team; the Commodores fell to OCCAC Conference-leader, Sinclair Community College, 90-54, on Sunday afternoon. Lorain was led by Hannah Oehlstrom (pictured; Avon Lake) with 14 points and 6 rebounds, while Tyeisha Sain (Bedford) contributed 11 points. Ronnette Rahmon-Sumlin (North Olmsted) chipped in 9 points and 6 boards and Marquita Thompson (Cleveland/John Marshall) added 8 points, plus a team-leading 7 rebounds.

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