CRC Men take third place in Mendocino tournament.

CRC Men take third place in Mendocino tournament.

Game one vs College of the Redwoods:

The Hawks jumped out to an eight point lead at halftime before losing the lead at the end of regulation forcing overtime. The Hawks went out and grabbed the win 73-68 outscoring the Corsairs 11-6 in OT.

The Hawks had four players in double figures led by Jordan Roberson's 28 points. Both Sean Hough and Victor Wariso had 11 and Dé Rajaee Austin had 10 points for the Hawks.

Even though the Hawks were outrebounded 47-39, Hough had 15 rebounds for his double-double. Wariso added 7 rebounds to help the Hawks.

Austin and Leondre Lintz had four assists each for CRC.

Game two vs Las Positas College:

CRC led by three at the half before LPC pulled away for the 88-77 victory. Las Positas, coached by former CRC Coach James Giacomazzi is one of the higher ranked teams in Northern California and their depth showed as the had five players in double figures and three with eight or more rebounds. 

For the Hawks Leondre Lintz was the top scorer with 24 points on 50% shooting from the field and 7-7 from the foul line. Lintz also had eight assists to lead the Hawks. Jordan Roberson had 18 for the Hawks and Sean Hough had 17 to go with his team leading 7 rebounds. The Hawks height may have been to key as they were outrebounded by a 56-27 margin.

Game three vs Skyline College:

The Hawks jumped out to a 12 point lead at halftime and never looked back getting the 88-65 win.

Jordan Roberson once again was the leading scorer for CRC with 15 points as the Hawks had four in double figures to balance the scoring. Roberson was 5-6 from the field including a 4-5 mark from beyond the three point arc.

Khari Hutt had 14 points, six assists and four rebounds for his best outing of the season to this point. Leondre Lintz continued his steady play with 13 points and five assists. Sean Hough had 10 points and 14 rebounds for his double-double. Dé Rajaee Austin added nine points, four rebounds and three assists in the win.

The Hawks are now 3-3 on the young season and have a brief respite until the CRC James Clark Tournament Dec. 1-3 here on campus.