Roadrunners Take Second Straight Conference Win

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Gary Stallard
Sports Information Director Gary Stallard, who also serves as a Liberal Arts Instructor, begins his eleventh season with Angelina College. Following a career as a U.S. Marine, Stallard completed his bachelor’s degree at Stephen F. Austin University, where he majored in English and Journalism. For more than 16 years, he has worked as a sports writer/columnist/photographer for the Lufkin Daily News; he continues to contribute free-lance articles on occasion. Stallard has won several awards for writing, including the Golden Hoops Award for basketball writing in 2003, Regional Sports Writer of the Year in 2004, and the Texas Press Association’s first-place award for column writing in 2007 and in 2014. He has also done basketball, football and baseball radio and live streaming play-by- play and color commentary for an ESPN affiliate. Currently Stallard serves as play-by-play broadcaster for AC basketball, baseball and softball games. Prior to arriving at Angelina College, Stallard taught English at Lufkin High School for four years. He currently teaches Developmental Writing classes at AC. He and his wife Susan live in Lufkin.

Balanced AC Attack Drops Coastal Bend CC

Spread the ball. Run the ball. Share the ball.

Angelina College’s Roadrunners put together a balanced offensive attack on Saturday, finishing the game with 20 team assists in an 84-66 win over Coastal Bend Community College at Shands Gymnasium.

The win makes it two straight in Region XIV play for the Roadrunners (6-8, 2-3), who knocked off Panola College this past Saturday.

Four Roadrunners topped double figures: Errol White led the way with 20 points and six rebounds; Quandre Bullock, who has hit 10 points or more in every game this season, notched a double-double with 18 points and 10 rebounds, adding five assists to his totals. Caleb Johnson finished with 16 points, eight rebounds and four assists; and Zach Selvage contributed 11 points and five assists.

The ‘Runners didn’t slouch on defense either, forcing 19 Cougar turnovers and converting those into 22 points – many of which came on AC fast breaks. White, Bullock, Selvage and Johnson each swiped three steals in the game.

Lonzo Rand led the Cougars (4-14, 2-7) with 14 points. Jayden Williams added 13.

AC took control early, breaking open a tight game with a 16-4 run midway through the first half. Selvage and Najee Williams drilled threes during the surge, and White picked up six points in less than two minutes.

CBCC was never able to get within double digits the rest of the way.

In Tyler, the Lady Roadrunners dropped a 73-62 decision to the No. 7 Lady Apaches.

The ‘Runners next game takes place at 7 p.m. on Monday at Tyler Junior College. The contest is a reschedule from an earlier postponement.

The email address for AC’s Sports Information Director is

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