ENID, Okla. — The Jets will have just one day of rest before hitting the road again after last night’s 95-94 loss to Neosho County Community College in their first game back from a three and a half week layoff for winter break.
Freshman guard Jlynn Counter scored 31 points on 10-25 shooting to go along with nine assists and four rebounds. It was the second-most points the Jets have scored this season, only behind a 107-69 win over Mid-America Christian University’s JV squad.
The Jets shot 42.7% from the field, but went six of 26 from deep. Counter went