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#23 Northeast Now 22-4 Following Win Over Midland University JV

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Members of the Northeast Community College 2014-15 women’s basketball team include (front row, from left) Brooke Bauer, O’Neill; Cameron Eddie, Belden; Octavia McGraw, Omaha; Megan Trinder, Hollywell, Qld, Australia; Jayla Mayes-Jackson, Minneapolis, MN; and Kara Valasek, Palmer. Back row (from left) Jordyn Berglund, student manager, Ena Viso, Copenhagen, Denmark; Hannah Riley, Richmond Hill, GA; Sydney Koel, Sioux Falls, SD; Janea Bunn, Springfield, MA; Yasmin Miller, Mountain Creek, Qld, Australia; Annie Szczepaniak, Bellevue; Allie Millard, Valentine; and Matt Svehla, head coach. Not pictured, Dr. Michael Cooper, assistant coach. (Courtesy Northeast Community College)

Members of the Northeast Community College 2014-15 women’s basketball team include (front row, from left) Brooke Bauer, O’Neill; Cameron Eddie, Belden; Octavia McGraw, Omaha; Megan Trinder, Hollywell, Qld, Australia; Jayla Mayes-Jackson, Minneapolis, MN; and Kara Valasek, Palmer. Back row (from left) Jordyn Berglund, student manager, Ena Viso, Copenhagen, Denmark; Hannah Riley, Richmond Hill, GA; Sydney Koel, Sioux Falls, SD; Janea Bunn, Springfield, MA; Yasmin Miller, Mountain Creek, Qld, Australia; Annie Szczepaniak, Bellevue; Allie Millard, Valentine; and Matt Svehla, head coach. Not pictured, Dr. Michael Cooper, assistant coach. (Courtesy Northeast Community College)

Members of the Northeast Community College 2014-15 women’s basketball team include (front row, from left) Brooke Bauer, O’Neill; Cameron Eddie, Belden; Octavia McGraw, Omaha; Megan Trinder, Hollywell, Qld, Australia; Jayla Mayes-Jackson, Minneapolis, MN; and Kara Valasek, Palmer. Back row (from left) Jordyn Berglund, student manager, Ena Viso, Copenhagen, Denmark; Hannah Riley, Richmond Hill, GA; Sydney Koel, Sioux Falls, SD; Janea Bunn, Springfield, MA; Yasmin Miller, Mountain Creek, Qld, Australia; Annie Szczepaniak, Bellevue; Allie Millard, Valentine; and Matt Svehla, head coach. Not pictured, Dr. Michael Cooper, assistant coach. (Courtesy Northeast Community College)

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FREMONT – Jayla Mayes Jackson scored 19 points and had eight assists while Brooke Bauer had 18 points in leading the #23 Northeast Community College women’s basketball team to an 84-67 win over the Midland University JV here Friday. The Hawks are now 22-4.

Matt Svehla, Northeast coach was very pleased with his team’s performance.

“We played very well out of the gates and our energy was really good. It was nice to see our scoring come in a variety of ways.  We scored in transition, in the post, from the arc, and from the foul line.  It always helps when the ball goes in the basket and our shooting percentages were solid.”

Svehla said his team was 11 of 18 from the three-point line and 12 of 14 from the free throw line.

“Five different players hit threes for us.  It was also nice to have control of the game where we could get all 13 of our players on the floor already in the first half.  We had a number of players contribute, but Jayla Mayes-Jackson played very well off the bench and Brooke Bauer had a good shooting night. ”

Janea Bunn had ten points, ten rebounds and seven blocked shots. Megan Trinder finished with nine points and eight assists. Yasmin Miller and Cameron Eddie had eight points each; Ena Viso, six: and Sydney Koel, Annie Szczepaniak and Allie Millard had two points each.

The Hawks will host the Morningside College JV on Thursday, February 12, at the Cox Activities Center on the Northeast campus in Norfolk as part of a women’s-men’s doubleheader. The women’s game begins at 6 p.m. followed by the men’s game at 8.

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