Ellis, Baker sign to play for four-year universities Lamar State College Port Arthur sophomores Devin Ellis and Tevin Baker have put ink to paper in preparation for their futures as basketball players. The Seahawks sophomores signed to play for four-year schools next season after completing their two years of eligibility at LSCPA this year.
Seahawks fall short in bid to advance in NJCAA Region 14 Tournament Lamar State College Port Arthur has spent the 2018-19 men’s basketball season playing the role of giant killer, defeating some of the best NJCAA Region 14 teams heading into this week’s regional tournament. On Thursday night, the task was just a bit too big. Tyler Junior College withstood a late run by the Seahawks as the Apaches escaped with a 69-59 win at Centenary College, ousting the Hawks from the tournament and ending their season with a 20-12 record.
Seahawks ride late offensive surge to claim 90-84 win at regional tournament In a season of last-minute wins, it was only appropriate that Lamar State College Port Arthur made itself known with more late-game heroics in a 90-84 win at the NJCAA Region 14 men’s basketball tournament Tuesday. The Seahawks put together a 14-2 run over about three and a half minutes late in the second half to secure a first-round tournament win over Bossier Parish Community College at Centenary College. The win improves the Hawks’ record to 20-11, but more important, they keep their season alive with a second-round game set for Thursday against Tyler Junior College.
Seahawks finish second in zone, ride Baker, Chatman Tevin Baker left his mark at the Carl Parker Center on sophomore day. Playing his final home game at Lamar State College Port Arthur, the Port Arthur native who prepped at Kelly Catholic shot 7 of 9 from the floor and had a game-high 19 points — as did fellow Port Arthuran Darion Chatman — in the Seahawks’ 84-69 win over Jacksonville College on Saturday.
Seahawks flirt with comeback in 61-59 loss at Angelina Lamar State College Port Arthur nearly accomplished a miracle, battling from as many as 19 points down only to fall just short of another NJCAA Region 14 win as Angelina College escaped with a 61-59 win on Saturday afternoon.