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Scharer And Bodman Have Solid Performances In North's 118-116 Victory


The SCC sophomore duo of Joe Bodman and Avery Scharer were both major contributors to the Northern Region All-Star's 118-116 victory over the Southern Region All-Stars at the NWAACC All-Star games at Pierce College on Sunday.


Joe Bodman scored 9 points and had 10 rebounds, 1 blocked shot and 2 assists while Avery Scharer scored 7 points, had 5 rebounds, 4 assists and 3 steals to help the North to the win. Bodman's 10 rebounds led the Northern region while Scharer 4 assists topped the North as well.avery


Avery Scharer led the NWAACC in assists for the 2011-12 season while Bodman was second in the league in rebounds for the season.


JT Terrell from Peninsula College was the leading scorer for the North 18 points, while 3 other players scored 17. Marcus Monroe (Southwest Oregon CC) was the game leader with 21 points.

SCC's Voss, Bodman and Scharer Play In NWAACC All-Star Games On Sunday

The Shoreline Community College Basketball Teams will have three players participating on Sunday in the NWAACC All-Star Games at the Pierce College gym.

vossJenny Voss will represent the Lady Dolphins at 11:00 AM when the Northern Region All-Stars take on the NWAACC Southern Region. Voss was named to the Northern Region All-Defensive team for 2011-12 and led SCC in scoring, assists and steals, and was 3rd in rebounds. She was 17th in the NWAACC in steals with 69.


SCC's sophomores Joe Bodman and Avery Scharer made the Northern Region All-Stars and face the NWAACC Southern All-Stars at 2:00 PM at Pier


ce College as well. Scharer and Bodman both made 2nd Team All-Region and Scharer was named All-tournament at the NWAACC Basketball Championship last weekend. Avery led the NWAACC assists while  Bodman was second in the league in rebounds.


The Lady Dolphins made a major improvement in their play while Voss was a part of the team, going from 4 wins in 2009-10, to 10 wins in 2011-12. Bodman and Scharer led the SCC men's team to best finish ever at the NWAACC Championship, winning 3 games and finishing in 7th place.

SCC Names Scharer and Bodman Co-Players of the Week For Men's Basketball
SCC Names Joe Bodman and Avery Scharer Co-Players of the Week for the Final Men's Basketball Player of the Week Award:

Sophomore center Joe Bodman and sophomore point guard Avery Scharer have been named the SCC Men's Basketball Player of the Week. This will be the final Player of the Week awards for basketball for 2011-12.

Bodman scored 62 points, grabbed 41 rebounds with 6 assists, 6 steals and 4 blocked shots during the four game tournament for SCC.

Scharer scored 64 points, had 29 rebounds, 36 assists, 9 steals and 1 blocked shot. He was named 2nd Team All-Tournament for the NWAACC Championship.

Scharer led the NWAACC in assists (9.73 per game) in 2011-12, while Bodman was second in rebounds in the league with 11.13 per game.

Scharer was named Player of the Week 6 times this season for SCC and Bodman 4 times including this final Co-Player of the Week award.

SCC finished the season 19-12 overall and went 3-1 at the NWAACC Tournament, and won the consolation championship, good enough for 7th place out of 16 teams.

SCC's Avery Scharer Named All-Tournament at NWAACC Championshp

SCC Point Guard, Avery Scharer, was named 2nd Team All-Tournament at the NWAACC Men's Basketball Tournament over the weekend. SCC went 3-1 at the event and finished 7th out of 16 teams.

averyScharer scored 64 points in 4 games (16 points per game average), had 29 rebounds, 36 assists, 9 steals and 1 blocked shot. He hit the winning basket with 0.5 seconds left against Walla Walla CC to start the three game winning streak through the Consolation Bracket.


Scharer led the NWAACC in assists, with a 9.73 average per game in 2011-12. He was 13th in steals with 56 (while missing the first 8 games of the year due to transfer rules) and he was 24th in scoring with a 16.36 average.


SCC finished the season 19-12 on the year while averaging 101.58 points a game.

SCC Men's Basketball Goes 3-1 at NWAACC Tournament, Defeats Bellevue to Close Out Strong Season:

The Shoreline Community College Men's Basketball Team defeated Bellevue College on Tuesday at the NWAACC Basketball Tournament to finish 7th out of 16 teams. SCC defeated Bellevue 92 to 88 as SCC superior depth prevailed; the Shoreline bench outscored Bellevue's bench 44 to 19 and SCC defense turned BC's turnovers into points (31 for SCC, 12 for BC). 

bbteamShoreline was led by Avery Scharer who scored 17 points and had 7 assists along with Kelly Hong who scored 14 points and Nahshon George who added 12 points and had 10 rebounds. Joe Bodman scored 9 and had 9 rebounds as well.


Shoreline opened the tournament with a 100-93 loss to Mt. Hood Community College from Oregon, the #1 seed from the NWAACC Southern Region.


The Dolphins were sent to the consolation bracket of the 16 teamaverytournament and faced Walla Walla Community College and defeated WWCC 96-94 on a last second shot by Avery Scharer. Shoreline then faced Lower Columbia College in the consolation semi-finals and defeated the Red Devils 80-77 and that victory sent SCC to play its Northern Region rival, Bellevue in the consolation finals (and 7th place in the tournament).


SCC was the only NWAACC Northern Region team to win 3 games at the tournament, as #1 seed, Whatcom, was 0-2, #2 seed Peninsula went 2-2 (finished 4th) and Bellevue finished 2-2.


Shoreline finished the season 19-12 overall, 10-6 in the region and went into the tournament as the #4 seed from the Northern Region.

SCC 2-1 At NWAACC Championship, Plays Bellevue College On Tuesday

The SCC Men's Basketball Team won its second game at the NWAACC Men's Basketball Championship, defeating Lower Columbia College on Monday 80-77.

 Avery Scharer led the Dolphins with 20 points, 12 rebounds and 6 

averyassists. Joe Bodman added 12 points and 8 rebounds and Will Acromite scored 10 points. Shoreline led by 6 at half-time, 38-32, but could not shake LCC during the second half, as both teams swapped leads in the final 5 minutes.


SCC faces NWAACC Northern Region rival, Bellevue College tomorrow at 10:00 AM in the 7th place game. SCC and BC are 1-1 on the season, as the SCC squad beat Bellevue at home, but was routed at BC in the last game of the regular season.


SCC is 18-12 on the season and 2-1 at the NWAACC Championship. SCC dropped an opening game to Mt. Hood CC, 100-93 which sent Shoreline to the consolation bracket, before defeating Walla Walla CC yesterday 96-94. Lower Columbia finished the season 16-13 on the year.

Bodman and Scharer Named NWAACC All-Northern Region - 2nd Team

Sophomores Joe Bodman and Avery Scharer have been named to the NWAACC All-Northern Region 2nd Team in 2011-12.


averyScharer, a point guard from Garfield High School, led the NWAACC in assists with a 9.89 average per game. He was also #20 in the NWAACC in scoring with a 16.44 average and #14 in steals with a total of 47 steals. Scharer did not play the first 8 games of the season, as he sat out because of transfer rules.


Bodman, a 6'6" center from Post Falls, Idaho,  was second in the NWAACC in rebounding for 2011-12 with a 10.88 average. He was third in scoring for SCC this season, with a 14.27 point average per game.

SCC was 16-11 overall and 10-6 in the region. SCC opens the NWAACC Basketball Championship on Saturday against Mt. Hood Community College from Oregon in the Toyota Center in Kennewick, WA. SCC is the 4th seed from the NWAACC Northern Region while Mt. Hood is the #1 seed from the NWAACC Southern Region.