The Roadrunners' winning streak extended to three games with a 76-68 victory over the Metropolitan Community College-Penn Valley Scouts from Kansas City Nov. 7 at home.

SFCC (3-0) took a 24-13 lead early in the first half.

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Penn Valley fought back to even the score at 35 at halftime. The contest featured 10 lead changes and seven ties.

"I knew that Penn Valley was a good team," said head coach Matt Brown. "I was proud of our guys. They did a good job of handling the full-court pressure from Penn Valley. Different guys stepped up for our team."

SFCC took control of the game in the second half. The Roadrunners went on a 7-0 run punctuated by a dunk from freshman guard Tyreek Scott-Grayson to take a 58-53 lead.

"Coach Short had a good idea to put Tyreek Scott-Grayson in the backcourt, so we could have a taller passer to see over their pressure," said Brown. "We were able to break the pressure a lot easier that way. Once we were able to beat the pressure, we pretty much got whatever we wanted."

Scott-Grayson led four Roadrunners in double-figure scoring with 13 points. He pulled down a team-high eight rebounds and blocked a team-high three shots. Sophomore guard Andre (A.J.) Walker scored 12 point and dished out a team-high 10 assists. He tied for team lead with two steals with freshman guard/forward Caleb Coleman, freshman forward Colby Honeycutt and freshman guard/forward LePear Toles who also scored 12 points. Freshman guard Dru Smith added 10 points.

SFCC returns to action at home 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 17, against Westminster College junior varsity from Fulton as part of the Stone Laser Imaging Classic in the Fred E. Davis Multipurpose  Center.

--David Rohrbach, SFCC Athletics