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Mark DeCotis, Athletic Communications

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BCC Men Put Away Webber JVs; Conference Schedule Looms

January 9, 2013 - The Brevard Community College men's basketball team struggled somewhat on Wednesday but eventually put away the stubborn Webber International junior varsity 103-81 in Babson Park.

BCC had defeated Webber 121-57 on Dec. 5 in Melbourne.

Brevard improved to 14-4 on Wednesday and now faces what really matters, the 12-game Florida College System Activities Association Southern Conference schedule that begins at 2 p.m. Saturday at archrival Indian River State College in Fort Pierce.

"We were looking ahead to Saturday's big rival game with Indian River," BCC head coach Jeremy Shulman said. "But we were able to get some things accomplished and kept everyone healthy.

"We took care of business and now we're ready for a great run in conference."

Sophomore co-captain Nyles Evans led BCC with 28 points and nine steals. Classmate and co-captain Addison Spruill scored 14 points and grabbed nine rebounds. Freshman Julian Adams contributed 14 points and classmate Devontay Clark 13 points and nine rebounds.

BCC's next home game is 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Melbourne Campus gym against unbeaten and nationally ranked Palm Beach State.

Admission to BCC home games is free.