|Dec. 15, 2016|
|York College||Indv. Leaders||Hastings (Neb.)|
|#3 Johnny Cooksey - 29||Points||#13 Rich Williams - 27|
|2 Players (#3,#34) - 8||Rebounds||#33 Drew Callaghan - 9|
|#11 Chris Smith - 5||Assists||#11 Trey Moore - 7|
|York College||Team Statistics||Hastings (Neb.)|
|48.5% (32 - 66)||Field Goals %||46.3% (37 - 80)|
|50% (14 - 28)||3 Point Field Goals %||50% (18 - 36)|
|71.4% (15 - 21)||Free Throws||71.4% (15 - 21)|
|14||2nd Chance Pts||9|
HASTINGS - York College led in most categories Thursday night in the nonconference matchup with Hastings College, unfortunately two categories they didn't control was the final score and turnovers. York committed 25 turnovers, to only nine committed by the Broncos. York lost 107-93 in their final game before taking two weeks off for Christmas break.
The Panthers shot 48% from the field to the Broncos 46% and out-rebounded them by 12. But the costly turnovers kept the Panthers offense struggling and gave the Broncos the advantage they needed to earn the season split.
Johnny Cooksey (SR/Shreveport, La) led all scorers with 29 points. He was one of three Panthers to score in double figures. Trevor Lenear (JR/Bellevue, Neb) and Kameron Malbrough (FR/Arlington, Texas) both came off of the bench to score ten and 12 points, respectively. Chris Smith (SO/Dallas, Texas) picked up five assists for the Panthers, while Cooksey and Cameron Coleman (SR/Allen, Texas) led the team with eight rebounds.
York falls to 10-4 on the season. The team will be back in action Dec. 29-30 at the Mike Miller Classic in Mitchel, S.D.