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Hoskinson’s second triple-double is highlight in JCCC’s 91-51 win Monday night

Dallie Hoskinson became the 1st player in team history to record two triple-doubles in a season
Dallie Hoskinson became the 1st player in team history to record two triple-doubles in a season

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. – Sophomore guard Dallie Hoskinson etched her name forever in the record book at Johnson County Community College while leading the Lady Cavaliers to a 91-51 home win Monday night over Missouri Valley College Orange Reserve. 

Hoskinson's 11 points, 16 rebounds and 13 assists represent the second triple-double this season, making her the first player ever in team history to have two in a season and career. Her first triple-double came in an 89-69 win over Evangel JV where she finished with a line of 12 points and 12 assists. For the season, she is averaging 11.5 points, 10.6 boards and 7.3 assists. 

"She has possibly the most productive off-season of anyone we've had here," said JCCC head coach Ben Conrad. "The kids just works her tail off every day." 

Three other Lady Cavaliers posted double figures scoring, and one other top double digits in rebounds.  Freshman guard Jaylen Townsend pumped in a season-high 18 points. She was 5-of-9 from 3-point range and 6-of-11 overall. 

Sophomore forward KK Jackson-Morris, the team's leading scorer at 16.5 per game, finished with 17 points. She hits 7-of-13 shots, including 3-of-4 from downtown. She also had five assists. 

Sophomore guard Krystal Rice contributed 15 points, four assists and two steals. She was 6-of-15 shooting with three treys. 

Freshman forward LaJahda Boyland just missed on her fifth double-double of the season, finishing with eight points and 13 boards. She also tallied two assists, two blocks and two steals. 

Missouri Valley was led by Irene Madrid and Erin Kelly, each finishing with 11 points. 

The Lady Cavalier are on the road for their next three contests. The travel to Joplin, Mo., to take on Missouri Southern State University JV on Tuesday, Nov. 21. On Saturday, Nov. 23 they head to West Memphis, Ark., to face Arkansas State University Mid-South and then to Creston, Iowa to take on Southwestern Community College. They return home to host Metropolitan Community College on Tuesday, Dec. 3.