The Genesee Community College men's basketball team snapped a five-game losing streak, which included their first three Western New York Athletic Conference games of the season, by defeating visiting Alfred State College, 76-47 on Tuesday night.
Joe Gray set the tone with a first half double-double, collecting ten rebounds and scoring ten points for Genesee.
The Cougars cashed in five times from three-point range in the opening half and led the entire night.
Vaughn Boler returned from injury to score 15 points on six-of-nine shooting and grab seven rebounds in just over fifteen minutes of work.
The GCC defense stymied the Pioneers to just 24% shooting in the second half and Donte Meredith scored a game-high 18 points, which included five 3-pt baskets. Genesee ended the night with 12 baskets from long-range.
Gray finished with ten points and 14 rebounds, Malik Brown chipped in 13 points and Terryl Coombs put together another strong effort, scoring nine points and grabbing eight boards.
The win is the tenth on the season for GCC and their first in conference this year. The Cougars will host Jamestown Community College this Thursday night at 8pm.