Quincy Sun // Published December 13,2018 // Quincy Sun Staff
Quincy College Granite Men’s Basketball Coach Doug Scott saw his young team come together for their best effort of the year in last week’s 98 – 86 victory over Roxbury Community College. This effort was led by #10 Darrius Hyppolite from Bridgewater, who scored a career high of 38 points. Hyppolite is quickly becoming a player to watch as his play has improved steadily this season. Also scoring for Quincy College Granite was #13 Trahe Qualls of Dorchester with his first triple double of the year with 19 points, 13 rebounds, and 10 assists. Granite Captain #4 Jon DeVeiga of Boston followed with 20 points to round out the offensive showing. Coach Scott praised the entire bench, especially the defensive efforts of #24 Bryan Desire of Boston and #14 Dion Bell of East Wareham.
Coming off this victory, Quincy College Granite faced Bristol Community College, where Granite played an even first half against the league leader despite missing a few players due to injuries, including point guard #1 Walter Dew-Hollis from Dorchester. Faltering in the second half, Quincy College Granite lost 89 – 65 despite the strong play of team Captain Jon DeVeiga and guards Trahe Qualls and Dion Bell. The Quincy College Granite look forward to players returning from injured reserve entering a two week stretch where they will play six tough NJCAA Region 21 opponents.
Next week Quincy College Granite Men’s Basketball will travel to Bunker Hill Community College and then Massasoit Community College before returning home for three games, starting Saturday December 15th. The home games held at Lahue Gym at Eastern Nazarene College will start by facing off against Holyoke Community College, then Gateway Community College, and finally Springfield Technical Institute, which will conclude the first half of the season. Quincy College Granite’s record now stands at 5 wins and 6 losses in NJCAA play.
Quincy College Granite home games are free and open to the public. View the full schedule of Quincy College Granite games including home games played at Eastern Nazarene College’s Lahue Gym: quincycollege.edu/granite.