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GC men, women stay hot

By THE NEWS HERALD
sports@pcnh.com

December 06. 2015 3:38PM

 

Gulf Coast’s men’s and women’s basketball teams concluded successful weekends away from home Saturday by taking victories in Marianna and Melbourne.

 

The Lady Commodores (11-0) remain unbeaten after earning their second win in as many days, finishing with a 63-60 victory over Eastern Florida State (5-6), the first win this season by fewer than 20 points.

 

Audrey-Ann Goudreau led Gulf Coast with 19 points and 12 rebounds with three blocks, while Amanda Paschal also had 19 points and four rebounds. Kristina King contributed eight points, seven rebounds, and two blocks.

 

The Lady Commodores won despite shooting a season-worst 30 percent from the field and making just 3-of-12 from the 3-point line. Gulf Coast trailed at halftime for the first time this year 32-26, but reclaimed the lead with a 22-12 third quarter effort.

 

Nene Johnson led Eastern Florida State with 14 points, with Paola Vasquez adding 11.

 

For the Gulf Coast men, Saturday’s 88-73 victory over Jefferson Tech was the second in two days and the fourth straight win following a 1-3 stretch concluding with a 104-80 loss to Spartanburg Methodist Nov. 21.

 

Jeremy Harris and Donovan Franklin scored 18 each to lead the Commodores (9-4), with Cobe Goosby adding 15 points and Davaris McGowens 14.

 

Gulf Coast next plays Saturday and Sunday against Eastern Florida State and Santa Fe in Gainesville, while the Lady Commodores return home to face Baton Rouge on Wednesday at 7 p.m. and FSCJ on Thursday at 4 p.m.

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