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Berry Ties For No. 23 On Men's Hoops All-Time Scoring List, Season Ends
It wasn't a typical evening for forward Elliott Berry. In his final community college game, Berry scored just 12 points, but those baskets helped lift him into the Top 25 on the Pasadena City College men's basketball all-time scoring list.
Berry's accomplishment was a highlight in PCC's season-ending 94-82 loss to South Coast Conference North Division champion Mt. San Antonio College at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium Wednesday evening.
The Lancers closed the books on 2009-2010 with a 7-17 overall record and a 2-6 mark in the SCC North. The 24 games played marked the lowest total of games played by a PCC team since 1961-62.
Berry (pictured shooting) finishes his PCC career with 829 points, good enough for a tie for No. 23 on the school's scoring list with former NBA player Eric McWilliams.
Against the Mounties (23-4, 7-0), PCC freshman guard Shawn Hampton scored 25 points with 5 rebounds and 4 assists. Frosh point guard Terrell Jones added 18 points and 7 assists. Frosh forward Marcus Harvey picked up a double-double on 14 points and 10 rebounds.
Mt. SAC was led by reserve guard Antonio Biglow, who pumped in 33 points in 27 minutes. Biglow sank 6-for-10 from beyond the 3-point line.
The Mounties controlled the game from the outset, leading 45-33 at halftime and building to as much as a 20-point advantage.
The Lancers played the final contest without leading scorer and sophomore forward Jordan Block, who averaged 21 points a game this season.
Release Date: 02/17/10