top of page
Untitled (1000 × 1000 px) (1).png

Unforgettable Duel: Holman and Hatchett Lead Lions in a Thrilling Battle Against The Lincoln Railsplitters

The Lanphier Lions recently engaged in a nail-biting showdown against the Lincoln Railsplitters, resulting in a heart-wrenching 55-54 loss. The game, a riveting back-and-forth spectacle, kept fans on the edge of their seats. In the closing moments, hopes soared as JaiQuan Holman sinked in a clutch shot, seemingly poised to secure victory for the Lions. However, an unfortunate foul allowed the Railsplitters to clinch the win from the free-throw line, leaving the Lions and their supporters in a moment of intense disappointment.

JaiQuan Holman showcased an exceptional performance in this game, demonstrating an uncanny accuracy from every corner of the court. Throughout the intense 32-minute battle, Holman was an offensive powerhouse, amassing 23 points on an impressive 9-of-15 shooting from the field, including a notable 5-of-9 from beyond the three-point arc. His leadership extended beyond scoring, as he also led his team in assists for the night. On the defensive front, Holman was a formidable force, disrupting the Railsplitters' attempts to advance with four steals, emphasizing his versatile impact on both ends of the court.

Shaunassey Hatchett Jr. maintained his commanding presence and efficiency in the paint throughout this game. In 30 minutes of gameplay, Hatchett Jr. demonstrated his scoring abilities, tallying 10 points with an impressive 50% shooting accuracy. His contribution extended beyond scoring, with key offensive rebounds granting second-chance opportunities for his Lions teammates, while also showcasing his playmaking skills with 2 assists. Defensively, Shaunassey was equally impactful, securing 2 steals and serving as a formidable presence in the paint, making it challenging for the Lincoln Railsplitters to find any easy scoring opportunities.

Despite the setback, the Lanphier Lions are poised for a strong rebound in their upcoming clash against the Hyde Park Thunderbirds. With a season record at 10-8, currently third in their conference, the Lions, led by the unwavering determination and prowess of BIG BALLIN MEDIA athletes JaiQuan and Shaunassey, are on track for success. The impending matchup against the 12-5 Thunderbirds promises excitement and a chance for the Lions to assert their dominance, fueled by leadership and commitment.


bottom of page