Golden Eagles defeat 16th team in the nation
Laramie County Community College defeats Otero Junior College who were ranked 16th in the nation and sits in first place in Region 9.
The Golden Eagles (18-8 overall) were losing in the first half 42-35 but stepped it up in the second half to win it 90-88.
Jerry Luckett led the Golden Eagles with 27 points, making 10 out of 17 shots. Dominik Heinzl followed with 24 points of his own and making 9 out of 12 shots. Alfonzo Anderson got 11 points and Gavin Peppers had 12 points of his own.
Derris Miles led Otero in points with 19. Brandon Wilson had 16 points and Jacob Holland got 12 of his own.
The game was tied 88-88 with 20 seconds left, Peppers scored a layup to get the Golden Eagles the win.
The Golden Eagles have an upcoming game against North Platte Community College at 6 p.m. Feb. 10 in North Platte, Nebraska.
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