College of St. Joseph's men's basketball team fell to USCAA powerhouse UMaine-Fort Kent 106-62 on Sunday, Feb. 11.
Fort Kent's Anthony Knight tallied 16 points in the first half alone off of 7-11 shooting from the field. His four fellow starters also put up excellent shooting numbers. Bobby Syvanthong shot 4-7 in the half for nine points, while also recording five rebounds, five assists and two steals. Jarid Walton had eight points in the half, as did Jarid Walton, who also notched four rebounds, two assists and two steals. Johnathon Caldwell had seven points.
Charles Isaac tallied 12 of CSJ's 28 first-half points, while also dishing off three assists. Forward Kadeem Riddick held his own against a burly Fort Kent squad with seven points and five rebounds. The Bengals stepped on the gas from the get-go, outscoring CSJ 55-28 by the time the whistle blew for halftime.
After game time expired, Isaac proved to be the highlight for the Fighting Saints with 15 points, six assists and three rebounds. He shot 60 percent (6-10) from the field and 60 percent from three (3-5). Christopher Kidd tallied nine points, nine rebounds.
Joseph Ruby fell into his shooting stride against the Bengals and netted three 3-pointers for nine points. Tyreke Woodard notched eight points, two rebounds and an assist and Riddick finished with seven points, five rebounds.
Knight led the Bengals and all scorers with 23 points. He dished off seven assists and pulled down five rebounds. Walton finished with 16 points, and Williams tallied 15 points, seven rebounds and four assists and Caldwell had 14 points. Point guard Syvanthong posted an impressive stat line with 13 points, nine rebounds, nine assists and four steals.