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Men's Basketball

Smithpeters, Payne, Walker, Green Win Postseason Honors for Volunteers

Kyle Smithpeters

Kyle Smithpeters

BY JOHN D. HOMAN
Logan Media Services

CARTERVILLE – Four members of the John A. Logan College men’s basketball team – Head Coach Kyle Smithpeters, freshman guards Martavian Payne and Tre Green, and sophomore guard Darien Walker – have been recognized with awards for their success on the hardwood this past season. Read more »

Olney Again Ends Logan Men’s Season

BY JOHN D. HOMAN
Logan Media Services

INA – The old adage that it’s tough to beat a good team three straight times in the same season proved correct Friday as the Olney Central Blue Knights knocked the John A. Logan College men’s basketball team out of postseason play with an 81-70 win in semifinal round action of the Region 24 tournament hosted by Rend Lake College. Read more »

Logan Men Rush Past Kaskaskia, 84-64

BY JOHN D. HOMAN
Logan Media Services

INA - Freshman guard Tre Green’s 22 points led four in double figures Thursday as the John A. Logan College men’s basketball team rushed past Kaskaskia, 84-64, in quarterfinal round play of the Region 24 tournament hosted by Rend Lake College. Read more »

Green’s 23 Leads Logan Men to Win

BY JOHN D. HOMAN
Logan Media Services

ROBINSON – Freshman guard Tre Green knocked down six 3-pointers, including all five tries in the first half, and finished with 23 points Saturday to lead the John A. Logan College men’s basketball team to an 80-75 win over Lincoln Trail College to close out the regular season. Read more »

Logan Men Score Big Win Over Lake Land

BY JOHN D. HOMAN
Logan Media Services

CARTERVILLE – Freshman guard Martavian Payne scored 29 points to lead four players in double figures as the John A. Logan College men’s basketball team ran past Lake Land College of Mattoon Wednesday night, 104-93. Read more »

Logan Men Run Past Lewis & Clark, 73-56

BY JOHN D. HOMAN
Logan Media Services

GODFREY – Freshman post player Russell Woods turned in a double-double Saturday to help the John A. Logan College men’s basketball team break a two-game losing streak, defeating host, Lewis and Clark College, 73-56. Read more »

Vincennes Evens Score with Logan

Vols’ freshman guard Tre Green tries to score around the outstretched arm of Vincennes’ A.J. Patty Monday evening. Green finished with four points. (Logan Media Services photo by John Homan)

Vols’ freshman guard Tre Green tries to score around the outstretched arm of Vincennes’ A.J. Patty Monday evening. Green finished with four points. (Logan Media Services photo by John Homan)

BY JOHN D. HOMAN
Logan Media Services

CARTERVILLE – Vincennes University avenged a Jan. 15 loss to John A. Logan College by beating the Volunteers on their home floor Monday evening, 73-62. Read more »

Logan Men Rally Past Wabash Valley

BY JOHN D. HOMAN
Logan Media Services

MOUNT CARMEL – The John A. Logan College men’s basketball team erased a six-point halftime deficit (42-36) to defeat host Wabash Valley Saturday night, 96-90, in a game that didn’t offer up much defense either way. Read more »

Logan Men Handle Olney, 81-73

BY JOHN D. HOMAN
Logan Media Services

CARTERVILLE – Freshman guard Tre Green broke out of a mini shooting slump by knocking down 6-of-8 shots from the field and 3-of-4 free throws to help lead John A. Logan College to an 81-73 Great Rivers Athletic Conference win over visiting Olney Wednesday. Read more »

Logan Men Can’t Hold Second-Half Lead

JALC’s Jay Johnson in blue goes up for the game-opening tip with Kaskaskia’s Swanson Saturday. (Logan Media Services photo by John Homan)

JALC’s Jay Johnson in blue goes up for the game-opening tip with Kaskaskia’s Swanson Saturday. (Logan Media Services photo by John Homan)

BY JOHN D. HOMAN
Logan Media Services

CENTRALIA - The John A. Logan College men’s basketball team may have lost out on a Great Rivers Athletic Conference title and No. 1 seed at the Region 24 tournament next month after failing to hold a second-half lead at Kaskaskia College Saturday. Read more »