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Monday, September 28, 2020

Men’s basketball competes in the Pasadena Tournament

After beating Glendale Community College in their season opener, the Brahmas travelled to Pasadena to participate in the three-day Skip Robinson Classic.

The teams participating in the tournament were Pierce, LA Southwest, Mt. San Antonio College, Valley, Santiago Canyon, LA TradeTech, Barstow and the hosts Pasadena.

In the first game, the team faced the hosts Pasadena City College. Things didn’t go their way as they lost to the Lancers 83-66.

Christian Guillory led the Brahmas with 19 points, six rebounds and an assist. He had two more than Pasadena’s Ivan Egbunike.

In game two, Pierce bounced back to get the win over the LA Southwest  by a score of 71-68.

Anthony McIntyre scored 25 points for the Brahmas, scoring the same number as the Cougars’ Lamar Harris.

With the win, the team improved their overall record to 2-1.

In the final game of the tournament, the Brahmas faced the Mt. San Antonio Mounties.

The team were close to getting the win over Mt. SAC, but they falled short losing the game 69-67. McIntyre in the game scored 23 points, scoring four more than the Mounties’ Todd Rigsby.

The Brahmas are back on the court on Nov. 29 when they take part in the West LA Tournament. Their first game is against Glendale at 3 p.m.

 

Felipe Gamino
Sports Editor 2016- present Circulation Editor 2019- present STAFF- Fall 2015

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