The Southeast Community College men's basketball team held of North Central Missouri Wednesday night at the Truman Center in Beatrice.
The Storm trailed 42-40 at half time, but outscored the visitors 46-42 in the second half to win 86-84.
The game went down to the wire. Daniel Quesenberry hit a three pointer with 55 seconds left to put the Storm up 85-82. North Central made two free throws to get within one and Mitch Brown came back and made one of two free throws to make it 86-84 with 22 seconds left in the game.
North Central threw the ball over the defense and attacked the rim with 10 seconds left, but Brown was able to strip the ball away to preserve the win.
Bobby Parker led the way for the Storm with 21 points while Taylor Britt had 17 points. Kade Marra came off the bench to score 13 points. Daniel Quesenberry had 12 points, Jalen Wilkins-McCoy had eight points, Mitch Brown had seven points, Thompson Ogbe had six points and Panashe Dzimati had two points.
Britt had eight assists in the game and Wilkins-McCoy and Marra had seven rebounds each for the Storm.
SCC managed to get the win despite being out-rebounded 48-30. The Storm was 8 for 21 from three point range while North Central Missouri was 5 for 19.
It was the sixth straight win for the Storm, who improves to 14-9 on the season.
They previously beat Little Priest Tribal 90-74 on Saturday. Wilkins-McCoy led the way for the Storm with 21 points and 12 rebounds. Parker had 16 points and Brown had 14 points. Taylor Britt had nine points and 11 assists. Richie Rodger came off the bench to get seven assists.
On Friday, the Storm offense exploded for a 117-82 win over McCook Community College.
Parker had 35 points and 11 rebounds to lead SCC while Quesenberry had 16 points. Taylor Britt had 12 points and 12 rebounds while Richie Rodger came off the bench to score 12 points.
Before that, SCC picked up a 85-67 win against Fort Scott Community College, a 92-87 win against North Central Missouri and an 83-69 win against Doane JV. Their last lost came on Jan. 14 against North Platte CC.
The Storm will be in action again Saturday afternoon when they host Little Priest Tribal at 4 p.m. at the Truman Center. They then travel to play York JV on Tuesday and will be at home again on Saturday, Feb. 11 when they host Central Community College at 4 p.m.