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NJCAA Tournament Scores From Day Two
03/17/2011

NJCAA Men's Tournament in Hutchinson

March 15, 2011
Game 1: Midland def. Chattanooga State, 74-71
Game 2: Wabash Valley def. Waycross, 75-57
Game 3: Shelton State def. Western Wyoming, 83-77
Game 4: Southeastern def. East Mississippi - 76-66
Game 5: Monroe def. Lamar State-Port Arthur - 70-52
Game 6: Coffeyville def. MSU West Plains - 77-65

March 16, 2011
Game 7: Tallahassee def. Cape Fear - 64-61
Game 8: Southern Idaho def. Redlands - 78-72
Game 9: Waycross def. Chattanooga State - 60-59
Game 10: Midland def. Wabash Valley- 86-76
Game 11: Southeastern vs. Shelton State - 59-53

March 17, 2011
Game 12: Western Wyoming vs. East Mississippi - 10 am
Game 13: Lamar State - Port Arthur vs. MSU West Plains - 12 pm
Game 14: Cape Fear vs. Redlands - 2 pm
Game 15: Wabash Valley vs. Shelton State - 4:30 pm
Game 16: Monroe vs. Coffeyville - 6:30 pm
Game 17: Tallahassee vs. Southern Idaho - 8:30 pm

NJCAA Women's Tournament in Salina

Tuesday, March 15, 2011
Game 1: Trinity Valley, Texas def. John. A Logan, Ill., 84-55
Game 2: Grayson County, Kan. def. Casper, Wyo., 65-41
Game 3: NEO-Enid def. Cloud , 63-56
Game 4: Vincennes def. Wallace-Hanceville, 91-66
Game 5: Pensacola, Fl. def. Malcolm X, Ill, 80-50
Game 6: Copiah-Lincoln def. Central Arizona, 78-68

Wednesday, March 16, 2011
Game 7: North Idaho vs. Georgia Perimter, 78-49
Game 8: State Fair, Mo. vs. Chattanooga, Tenn., 66-50
Game 9: Casper def. John A Logan, 63-51
Game 10: Trinity Valley def. Grayson, 79-72
Game 11: NEO-Enid def. Vincennes, 55-52

Thursday, March 17, 2011
Game 12: Cloud vs. Wallace-Hanceville, 10 am
Game 13: Malcolm X vs. Central Arizona, 12 pm
Game 14: Georgia Perimeter vs. Chattanooga, 2 pm
Game 15: Grayson vs. Vincennes, 4 pm
Game 16: Pensacola vs. Copiah-Lincoln, 6 pm
Game 17: North Idaho vs. State Fair, 8 pm

 

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