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Archives 2006-07

Casey McRoberts-Hight turns the corner against IVC.
Photo by Frank Gregorek

City comes back in finale

(2/14) The Griffins held many leads in Wednesday's season finale, but lost to City College 90-79 in overtime.
The Griffins lead the game up until the final seconds of regulation when City's Shawn Brooks buried a three pointer to tie the game. A series of turnovers took the game to overtime where City blasted the Griffins 21-10.

Aaron Tinsley led the Griffins with 24 points, including six three-pointers. Casey McRoberts-Hight chipped in 17 points.

Grossmont finishes the season 6-10 in conference play and 7-22 overall.


Final PCC Standings 2006-07
Team Conf. Overall
Imperial Vly. 13-2 23-8
Cuyamaca 12-4 19-11
Palomar 11-5 17-12
SD City 9-7 18-16
Southwestern 8-8 14-16
Grossmont 6-10 7-22
SD Mesa 5-11 8-21
Mira Costa 5-11 6-22
Miramar 3-13 4-24

Griffs nipped by IVC

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(2/7) After holding several leads late against visiting Imperial Valley College, the Griffins were defeated 68-67 last night.

With the Griffins trailing 68-64, Casey McRoberts-Hight hit an uncontested three at the buzzer for the final score.


Mo Clady in the first meeting with the Coyotes.
Photo by Frank Gregorek

Clady orders upset special

Grossmont's Maurice Clady went on a scoring spree Saturday night as the Griffins stunned Cuyamaca on the road 66-63 in overtime. The speedy point guard had a night to remember scoring a career-high 35 points.

The sophomore out of Crawford High School hit both the game-tying shot in regulation, and the game winner in OT.


Grossmont's Casey McRoberts-Hight in earlier action.
Photo by Frank Gregorek

Grossmont beats up on Mesa

(1/25) The Griffins used a huge night from sophomore guard Casey McRoberts-Hight to upend visiting Mesa 78-66 last night at Grossmont. McRoberts Hight scored 31 points including seven three-pointers and eight rebounds. Point guard Maurice Clady added 20 points, six assists, and four steals. With the win the Griffins improve to 4-5 in conference play and 5-17 overall.


City game to be made up

(1/18) The Grossmont College basketball game that was to be played on 1/17 at City College will be made up on Thursday February 8th at 7pm at City College. The original contest scheduled for 1/17 was not played.

Grossmont takes care of Mira Costa

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(1/14) The Griffins got a PCC home win taking a 76-70 decision over Mira Costa College Saturday night. Point guard Maurice Clady was Grossmont's scoring leader with 16 points. Teammate Aaron Tinsley was on target for 13 points.
The Griffins overcame a slight two-point deficit at the half for the win, their third in seven PCC contests.


Maurice Clady in earlier action vs. Cuyamaca.
Photo by Frank Gregorek

Jaguars top Griffins at home

(1/9) The Grossmont offense dug themselves too deep a hole in the first half and couldn't quite complete a comeback attempt falling to Southwestern 57-64 in a PCC game.

The Jaguars took a 33-24 halftime lead thanks to the cold shooting Griffins who hit only six field goals in the first half. Grossmont then cut into the lead, trailing 55-52 with 2:41 to play, but couldn't generate enough offense to finish off the comeback.

For Grossmont Kevin Woodruff scored 16 points, as did Casey McRoberts-Hight.


Grossmont loses OT decision

(1/7) The Griffins dropped to 2-2 in the PCC with an 93-102 overtime loss at Palomar College. Grossmont's Aaron Tinsley pumped in 34 points, including five three-pointers, but it was not enough for the Griffs.
Grossmont center Brett Allred chimed in with 21 points and point guard Maurice Clady added 12.


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Griffs move to 2-0 in PCC play

The Griffins have flipped the switch in the conference portion of their schedule. Following a disappointing 1-10 start to the season, Grossmont defeated host Mesa College 77-54 to move to 2-0 in conference games.

The lead for Grossmont was only 33-29 at halftime, but the Griffins torched the Olympians 44-25 in the second half. Guard Casey McRoberts-Hight(top) led the scoring with 21 points, including three 3-pointers.

Maurice Clady (right) chipped in with 14 points, Brett Allred had 11, and Aaron Tinsley scored 10 for Grossmont (2-0, 3-10).


Grossmont basketball starts PCC season on winning note

The Griffin men got the conference season started on a winning note by defeating Miramar College 79-66 on Grossmont's home court. Miramar is in its first season fielding a men's basketball program. The Griffins were led by 6-7 sophomore Brett Allred's (right) 24 points, a career high for the forward from Lehi, Utah.

The Miramar Jets actually took a 37-36 lead into halftime, an impressive feat on the road in conference play. The host Griffins however would close out the contest by allowing the Jets to shoot just 24 percent in the second half.

Point guard Maurice Clady registered a double-double with 12 points and 10 assists, Aaron Tinsley scored 10, and Emery Mitchell pulled down a team-high nine rebounds.


Men's Tournament this weekend

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(12/1) The 35th Annual Grossmont College Invitational Tournament tips off Friday with games at 2, 4, 6 and 8pm. In the 2pm game Cuesta will take on LA Southwest. At 4 Southwestern College will battle Chaffey. At 6 The Griffins will play host to College of the Desert. In the 8pm finale Barstow will face Cypress, who were the runners up in last years tournament. Grossmont finished in fifth place last year, losing their final game to Cuesta 75-61.


Grossmont Falls to Canyons

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(11/11) Grossmont lost a tough decision at College of the Canyons on Friday (11/10) 90-99 in overtime. Sophomore point guard Maurice Clady again led the Griffin scoring with 23 points. Casey McRoberts-Hight added 19 for the Griffs, who will participate in the City College Tournament this weekend.

Grossmont 90 OT
Canyons 99


Griffs drop opener to Citrus

(11/8) Grossmont lost their first game of the 2006-07 season to host Citrus College 71-91.

Maurice Clady(right) and Greg Monroe each scored 20 points for the Griffins. Monroe had a team-high six rebounds while teammate Casey McRoberts-Hight added 10 points.

Grossmont will travel to play College of the Canyons on Friday. Their home opener will be Tuesday 11/21 at 6pm against Barstow.


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