LOS ANGELES – The SBCC men's basketball team fell behind by 14 heading into halftime, but would put up a good fight down the stretch before eventually falling 91-86.
The Vaqueros enjoyed their highest scoring output in seven games, getting 20 points (6/8 3FG) out of forward Tommy Condon for the second time this year. Forward Billy Whitting put a season-high 18 points while tallying four rebounds and three assists.
It was an efficient shooting night for the Vaqueros, who shot 45.6 percent from the field and 44.4 percent (8/18 3FG). LA Pierce was slightly better from the field (47.6%) and knocked down 12 three-pointers on 30 attempts.