Rustlers win both games at Western Wyoming Tournament

 

The Rustler men won both their games at the Western Wyoming College Tournament Thanksgiving weekend. The Rustlers outplayed Laramie County Community College, winning by seven points. CWC went into halftime locker room with an 18 point lead. Leading the Rustlers were the trio of Davion Pearson (22 points 7 rebounds and 4 assists), Armani Flannigan (15 points 6 rebounds) and Paris Burns (12 points 3 assists).
 
In game two of the tournament in Rock Springs, CWC handily beat the College of Eastern Utah 79-62. Ryan Thomas and Davion Pearson each scored 15 points.
 
CWC-LCCC Points: Pearson 22; Flannigan 15; Burns 12; Newbold 8; Tademy 7; Thomas 6; Wiggins 3; Hudson 3.
Assists: Pearson 4; Burns 3; Thomas 3; Newbold 2; Flannigan; Tademy; Hudson.
Rebounds: Pearson 7; Flannigan 6; Tademy 4; Hudson 4; Burns 2; Newbold 2; Thomas 2; Wiggins.
 
CWC-Eastern Utah Points: Thomas 15; Pearson 15; Burns 9; Newbold 8; Tademy 8; Hudson 8; Flannigan 6; Wiggins 6; Nemelka 3; Justin 1.
Assists: Pearson 4; Hudson 3; Tademy 2; Burns 2; Newbold; Flannigan; Wiggins; Thomas.
Rebounds: Hudson 7; Pearson 4; Flannigan 4; Tademy 4; Thomas 4; Newbold 3; Wiggins 2; Burns 2.

 

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