(Saturday, November 22) The Saints traveled to Butler County to take on B3C in a non-conference match-up which saw the Saints coming out on top 104-95. This was the second time the Saints have played B3C this season and their average win margin is 13 points.
The Saints were led in scoring by a huge offensive game from Justin Dobbs who scored a season high 38 points. Jalen Jackson was also vital in the Saints win as he had an outstanding all around game with 16 points, 8 rebounds and 6 assists.
"Its always good to get a road win, especially against a quality team like B3C. But we really need to play better defensively if we want to compete with the teams in our region," says head coach David Gahan.
With the win, the Saints have moved to 4-1 on the season and are back in action on Tuesday when they travel to Ohio for our double header with the women against Lakeland Community College.