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Doane Men's Basketball Rallies to Trim #6 Jamestown – Victory Sports Network

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Doane Men’s Basketball traveled to No. 6 Jamestown on Saturday afternoon to close out their northern swing in the GPAC. The Tigers used a late run to take the lead and post an 83-79 win. It marked the second straight year that Doane knocked off a Top 10-ranked Jamestown team on the road.
The game opened with the Tigers scoring the first seven points as they went with a bigger lineup to match up with the Jimmies. Alec Oberhauser scored the first points and Matt Adamek capped the run. In between the baskets from the big men, Nick Saiz knocked down a 3-point basket.
The Jimmies followed with a 10-2 run to take the lead. Doane would go back in front on a 3-point basket from Sheldon Cooper only to have Jamestown answer with a pair of 3-pointers. The Jimmies would push their lead to 12 points, 38-26, with 1:55 to play. Doane scored six of the final eight points and trailed by eight at the break, 40-32.
Midway through the second half, the Tigers used a 13-3 run to take a 57-54 lead. Doane would hold the lead until a 5-0 run by the Jimmies tied the game at 61 with 7:55 to play. A 3-point basket with 4:15 to play put Jamestown back in front. With 1:58 to play, a basket from Mason Walters gave the Jimmies a four-point lead, their largest in the final seven minutes of play. 
The final 95 seconds would fall on the shoulders of Brady Timm. Timm would score nine straight points for the Tigers to spark the comeback. He knocked down a 3-point basket to pull within one, and then beat the All-American Walters off the dribble and hit a reverse layup to give Doane the lead. On the next Jimmie possession, Walters had a reverse layup altered by Oberhauser and following the rebound, Timm drew the foul and made both free throws for a three-point lead.
Jamestown made one free throw on their end of the court and Adamek capped the scoring with two free throws for Doane.
Timm finished with 26 points, going 8-of-13 from the floor, hitting both three attempts he took and added an 8-8 night at the free throw line. Oberhauser posted 22 points on 10-of-15 shooting and pulled in a team-high seven rebounds while dishing out five assists.
Walters led Jamestown with 21 points and eight rebounds. Colby Vazquez finished with 19 points, six boards, and five assists.
Doane will have a week off before returning to action with one last home game in 2022 as they take on Manhattan Christian on December 10 at 4 PM.
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