The Connors State College Cowboys went on the road to Redlands Community College on Monday night and came away with a 84-66 victory inside the Pit on the campus of Redlands Community College in El Reno, Oklahoma.
The Connors State Cowboys had to play catchup from the opening tip but could never quite get all the way back as they fell to No.11-ranked Northern Oklahoma College-Tonkawa 79-71 in an Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference showdown and the season home finale for the Cowboys.
Shooting a sizzling 58 percent from the field, the Connors State Cowboys ran by the Buffaloes of Arkansas Baptist College 102-62 Thursday night in non-conference basketball action at Melvin Self Fieldhouse.
Jarquavious Cain lead three Cowboys in double figures in a road Loss to Northern Oklahoma College Enid on Monday Night inside the Mabee Center in Enid Oklahoma. The Cowboys were only down three at the half in a 30-27 halftime score faving the Jets. The Cowboys closed the defecit to one early in the second half but could never get over the hump in eventually falling to the Jets by the score of 72-60.
Gavin Harris dropped in a 3-pointer with 18 seconds to play as the Connors State Cowboys rallied from 18 points down in the second half to score a 69-68 win over Northern Oklahoma College- Enid in Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference play Saturday at Melvin Slef Field-House.
After trailing the majority of the game, the Connors State Cowboys finally gained the lead midway through the second half only to see Northeastern Oklahoma A&M go on a 15-1 run in a five-minute span and hold on to defeat Connors 75-70 Thursday night at Melvin Self Field-House.
Off a solid effort Saturday at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M, the Connors State Cowboys took back to the road and got a different result, losing 89-67 to Northern Oklahoma College- Tonkawa inside Foster Piper Field-House.
Gavin Harris had a team-high 17 points as Connors State won a road game at Northeastern A&M on Saturday, 75-65.
Seminole’s Oscar Traylor hit a fall-away 3-pointer with 1.7 seconds left in the game to propel Seminole State to a 75-73 upset win over the Connors State Cowboys Thursday night at Melvin Self Fieldhouse in Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference play.
The Connors State Cowboys had four players in double figures in what coach Bill Muse called “a good team effort” as they cruised past the Mountaineers of Eastern State College 88-62 in Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference action Monday night at Melvin Self Fieldhouse.