Flyers Knock Off Visiting Oxford
Germann Bostic continued his torrid streak for Sandhills Community College in the Flyers' 103-95 win over visiting Oxford Tuesday night at The O'Neal School gym.
And when Bostic wasn't unleashing one of his 34 points for the evening, Philip Moultrie stepped up with a 25-point, 16-rebound effort for the game. Moultrie also provided a little sideshow, and a 10-minute delay to the start of the game, when he shattered one of the sidecourt backboards at the small private school located across from SCC.
Bostic, who tossed in 50 points in the last Flyers' contest, took matters into his own hands in the first half with the score 33-26 in favor of the Flyers. In the final six minutes of the opening frame, Bostic poured in 21 points, leaving the Flyers (7-10 overall record) with a 53-39 halftime lead.
But Bostic picked up his fourth foul with 14:12 left in the second half and retreated to the bench. Then backboard-shattering Moultrie stepped to the fore by scoring 12 of the next 17 Flyer points as Sandhills took a 65-50 lead. Moultrie would score 17 of his 25 points in the second half, helping the Flyers to an eventual 82-59 lead.
Oxford battle back to make the score close, as Sandhills, with only seven players in uniform, battled fatigue coming down the stretch. It was the third win in a row for the shorthanded Flyers.
Wednesday, the Flyers face an uphill battle when they travel to take on Caldwell, the ninth-ranked junior college in the nation.
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