The Trailblazers got back on track tonight with a win against Appalachian Bible College 87 to 60. Coach Christopher played a lot of players tonight giving some starters a rest after a two week, six game schedule. Dexter Chapman came off the bench tonight with the most productivity. Chapman, a freshman from Harvest Prep, came in and played the hardest tonight scoring 27 points and 13 rebounds. "I was really proud of his hard work," said Coach Christopher. Freshman William Lomax had 21 points and 11 rebounds. Backup point guard Sam Sisley, also a Harvest Prep grad, scored 7 points, 7 assists, and 2 steals. "We needed a good game tonight to get us back on track after a hard loss against a very good Mt Vernon Nazarene team on Saturday," said Christopher. The Trailblazers are now 10 and 13 on the season and 7 and 1 in the NCCAA II MidEast region. The team moved up in the NCCAA National polls this week to number 7. The team is back on the floor in league competition Friday against Freewill Baptist Bible College. The game is at home at 8pm. We would like to invite the public to come out this weekend to help us fight hunger in Ohio. The Trailblazers are having a food drive this weekend asking guests to bring a canned food item to either the Friday game at 8pm or the Saturday game at 3pm. All guests with a canned food item will have free admission to the game. Please come out and support your local University team and provide a meal for a needy family.