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No. 2 PSC rolls over CCAC-Boyce

No. 2 PSC rolls over CCAC-Boyce

Walton scores game-high 22 in 20-0 Cats' 100-49 win

Reprinted with permission from the CUMBERLAND TIMES-NEWS

February 10, 2019

Cortney Walton had a game-high 22 points leading Potomac State past CCAC-Boyce, 100-49, on Friday evening.

It was the Catamounts' first win since moving up to No. 2 in the National Junior College Athletic Association Division II Poll on Tuesday. The Catamounts (20-0) were previously ranked fourth. They received one first-place vote earlier in the week and now only trail Kirkwood (Iowa), who sits at 20-2 on the season and riding a 10-game winning streak.

Walton knocked down nine field goals, four of which were from beyond the three-point stripe, and was one of five Catamounts in double figures.

Ramone Williams added 16 points, Calvin Wilder 13, and Colin Smith and Dino Noe 10. All 13 Potomac State players reached the scorebook.

Leondre Rogers tacked on six assists and three steals and Jalen Williams had five boards, four assists and four steals.

The Catamounts led at the conclusion of each period 25-11, 58-28 and 83-39.

Abrahim Sierra led CCAC-Boyce with 21 points and Erizander Laureano added 16.

Potomac State travels to Butler today, 2 p.m., before traveling to No. 16 Frederick (14-8) on Monday at 7 p.m.