ACC hurt by shooting troubles in defeat
ESCANABA–It was a difficult night shooting the basketball for the Alpena Community College men’s basketball team on Wednesday as they fell to Bay College by a final score of 86-67.
“Nothing went in during the first half. I was disappointed for the kids, especially after playing a good game on Monday, we just couldn’t buy a bucket tonight,” ACC head coach Mark Jacobs said.
The lumberjacks trailed 43-23 at the half and just had a rough night shooting the rock as they couldn’t get into a rhythm and find much offense.
“We weren’t taking bad shots and Bay was quick and played in your face defense. I saw some good things, but I need to step it up as a coach as well,” Jacobs said. “It’s a process, we gotta regroup, hold our heads high and our next game will really tell a lot about the character of our guys on this team.”
Michael Stuart led ACC with 26 points, Oliver Rice had 13 and Jameson Pierrelus had 12 points and 11 rebounds.
ACC will be back in action on Saturday when it travels to take on Muskegon Community College.
Bay CC 82,
Alpena CC 57
ESCANABA–The Alpena Community College women’s basketball showed improvement, but was defeated by Bay Community College on Wednesday, 82-57.
Sam Szymanski led ACC (0-2) with 17 points, Morgan Allen had 15 and Jasmyn Schultz chipped in with 12 points and 13 rebounds.
“The girls played well and played together,” ACC coach Bobby Allen said. “We’re coming together and playing well with just five girls.”
Alpena plays at Muskegon on Saturday.