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South Plains College Texans win Region V Tournament, advance to nationals

The South Plains College Texans pose for a team photo after winning the Region V Tournament (Source: Pete Christy, KCBD) The South Plains College Texans pose for a team photo after winning the Region V Tournament (Source: Pete Christy, KCBD)
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

The South Plains Texans overcame an early 10 point deficit and rallied to beat Odessa College 101-92 to win the Region V Tournament and advance to NJCAA National Tournament.

Red Raider recruit Deshawn Corprew had 26 points and Isaiah Maurice had 4 huge hoops late to finish with 24 points and 13 rebounds. 

3 Big wins in Wolfforth over Ranger College, McLennan College and Odessa College and Coach Steve Green and the Texans head back to the National Tournament.

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