Cobra Game Highlights 2012-2013
2012-2013 Region X Conference
The Caldwell Cobras knew going into their last regular season conference game Wednesday night that the stakes were high. Caldwell went on the road to Wytheville knowing if they won, they would take over sole possession of first place and be the regular season conference champions. A determined Cobra team wasted no time securing the victory jumping out to an early lead and going into halftime up 56-21. Caldwell cruised thru the second half to take over sole possession of first place and earn the 2012-2013 Region X Conference Championship! The win also earned the Cobras an automatic bid to the District Tournament. Caldwell is now 19-9 overall and finished 7-1 in conference play.
The Caldwell Cobras defeated Moravian Prep 96-83 at home, Monday night. The Cobras were led by sophomore returners Cordaris Townes and KJ Jones. Townes scored 23 while Jones added 22 points. Caldwell will be back in action Saturday as they host conference rival Davidson Community College at 3:00.
In a disappointing effort, the Caldwell Cobras lost a key conference game to Central Carolina Community College 79-78. The loss gave the Cobras their second conference loss and moved them out of first place. Caldwell was led by KJ Jones who scored 25 points. The Cobras will be back in action tonight as they take on Moravian Prep at 7:00.
The Caldwell Cobras went on the road to face conference rival and defending national champions, Sandhills Community College. The Cobras led most of the game but after Sandhills made a run the game would have to go into overtime to be decided. The Cobras then outscored the Flyers 15-10 to secure the victory over Sandhills who is currently ranked 7th in the nation. Caldwell is now tied for first place in region X. The Cobras will be back in action Saturday at 3:00 as they travel to Central Carolina Community College.
The Caldwell Cobras had four players reach double figures as they coasted to a 98-76 victory over conference opponent Wytheville Community College. KJ Jones led the charge with 19 points and Cordaris Townes followed with 16. Patrick Monroe and Tyree Griffin each chipped in 14 while T.J. Wilson added 10. The Cobras jumped out to an early lead behind an aggressive defense and a lot of energy from all players. The Cobras will be back in action on Saturday, January 26th, as they travel to Sandhills Community College for a key conference game versus the Flyers at 3:00 P.M.
The Caldwell Cobras traveled to Thomasville to take on conference rival Davidson County Community College. The Cobras jumped out to an early lead and were able to weather several runs by the Storm to eventually win 64-51, handing Davidson their 5th loss at home in 5 years. Caldwell was lead by sophomore guard Kendall Jones who scored 20 points. In his second game back since returning from a sprained MCL, Elijah Hampton, made his first start of the season and scored 14 points. Cordaris Townes controlled the paint pulling down 13 rebounds and scoring 8 points. Caldwell is now 1-1 in conference play and will host Central Carolina on Saturday at 3:00.
To open up conference play, the Caldwell Cobras hosted conference rival and defending National Champions, Sandhills Community College. After a closely contested game and many lead changes the Flyers were able to pull away and win 82-74. Sandhills who has been ranked number one in the nation most of the year was able to out rebound the Cobras and took advantage of many second chance opportunities. The loss dropped Caldwell to 0-1 in conference play. Caldwell was lead by Kendall Jones who had 20 points.
The Caldwell Cobras faced Division I USC Salkahatchie on their final day of play. After a close game the Cobras were unable to finish and lost 59-53. The Cobras were led by Tyree Griffin and Elijah Hampton.
Caldwell faced Division I Cape Fear Community College on the second day of play and fell 70-54. The Cobras were led by Cordaris Townes who had 21 points.
The Cobras traveled to Brunswick Community College to play in their annual Christmas Tournament and opened up play with Division I Brunswick Community College. Caldwell played well early and went in at halftime down 6 points but after a lackluster effort in the 2nd half they eventually lost 73-57
The Caldwell Cobras put together a strong performance and defeated visiting Guilford Tech 92-54. The Cobras had four players reach double figures and were led by KJ Jones who had 25 points. Cordaris Townes had a strong performance with 20 points, while Tyree Griffin had a season high 17 points, and Jericho Jackson also chipped in 11.
The Caldwell Cobras avenged their earlier loss to cross town rival, Catawba Valley, defeating the Buccaneers 81-79 on their home court. The Cobras were led by sophomores KJ Jones and Cordaris Townes. Jones finished with 26 points and went 9 for 10 at the free throw line down the stretch in the second half. Townes had 21 points and came up with several big rebounds. Caldwell improved their overall record to 7-4 and has now beat 3 Division II teams in a row. The Cobras will be back in action tonight for their 6th game in 8 days at 7:00 at home against Guilford Tech.
The Caldwell Cobras defeated their 2nd Division II school in two days defeating Northern Virginia Community College 80-65 in the second game of the Storm Classic at Davidson Community College. Caldwell was led by Virginia native Cordaris Townes who had 24 points and 12 rebounds. Townes had the crowd excited as he had several impressive dunks and blocked shots. Jericho Jackson had a breakout game in which he led the charge in the second half, where he scored 21 of his 23 points in the second half. Kendall Jones also added 15 for the Cobras.
The Caldwell Cobras defeated Division II foe Clinton Junior College 67-49 in their first game of the Storm Classic at Davidson Community College. The Cobras jumped to an early lead and never looked back as they were led by sophomores Cordaris Townes, Jericho Jackson, and Patrick Monroe who had 14, 12, and 11 points respectively.
The Caldwell Cobras defeated Piedmont International University 71-53. The Cobras were led by sophomores Patrick Monroe who had 19 points and Jericho Jackson who added 17.
The Caldwell Cobras were pummeled by Division I powerhouse Spartanburg Methodist 72-38. The Cobras struggled to ever find a rhythm offensively and lacked effort on the defensive end. KJ jones was the lone player for Caldwell to reach double figures scoring 10 points.
The Caldwell Cobras defeated the defending National Prep School Champions, Charis Prep, 100-82. The Cobras were led by sophomore KJ Jones who connected on seven 3 pointers and finished the game with 26 points. Cordaris Townes added 19 points while Jericho Jackson chipped in 10 points and had 8 assists.
The Caldwell Cobras were defeated by cross town rival CVCC, 78-70 in a lackluster performance. The Cobras struggled to find a rhythm on both sides of the ball and ultimately waited too late to try to surge back. Caldwell was led in scoring by KJ Jones with 26 points while Jericho Jackson added 12.
The Caldwell Cobras went toe to toe with Division I powerhouse Spartanburg Methodist who is currently ranked 8th in the nation. The Cobras led the game on several occasions and the game came down to the final possessions but ultimately the Cobras fell short losing 61-56. KJ Jones and Cordaris Townes led the Cobras with 13 and 12 points respectively.
The Caldwell Cobras defeated Mt Zion Prep 92-86. The Cobras were led by KJ Jones and Cordaris Townes who had 26 and 25 points respectively.
Cobras vs Moravian Prep
The Men's Basketball team had its home opener with a 92-95 loss to cross town rival Moravian Prep, formerly known as the Patterson School. Moravian was led to victory behind the hot shooting of guard D'monte Potter, who made seven 3-point baskets, and finished with a game high of 36 points. The Cobras were down by as many as 18 points in the second half, but stormed back to take the lead with just 2 minutes remaining. After some missed opportunities by the Cobras and some productive offense by Moravian, Caldwell was unable to maintain the lead and lost 95-92. Caldwell was led in scoring by former West Caldwell stand-out K.J. Jones, who scored a team high 25 points. Veteran Cordaris Townes, also reached double figures with 20 points. Jarvis Anderson, a transfer from Wake Tech, added 10 points and 5 rebounds. The Cobras are 1-1 for the season and will be back in action on Tuesday, November 13th at 7:30, in Hudson.
COBRAS vs Piedmont International
Caldwell Community College & Technical Institute's Men's Basketball team opened its 2012-2013 season on the road versus Piedmont International University on November 1st in Winston Salem, NC. The Cobras have a mix of new and returning players, but it was the veterans who helped lead them to victory. Led by Sophomore Cordaris Townes, who finished with a double-double: 18 points and 11 rebounds. Returning guard Kendal Jones followed with 10 points, while Freshman Adam Williams got into the mix off the bench to add 10 points. The Cobras owned only a 32-27 halftime lead, but the second half was much different. After pressuring the ball and creating turnovers, the Cobras were able to find a rhythm in the second half, winning 82-53 over the Piedmont International Bruins.
Head Coach: Matt Anderson
Assistant Coach: Jeremy Harper
Athletic Director: Matt Anderson