Southwest Tennessee Community College

August 5, 2004

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Six Southwest men’s basketball players will continue their education and basketball careers at four-year schools, according to Saluqi head coach Verties Sails, Jr.

In addition to Londrick Nolen, who signed with the University of Mississippi last month, the following Saluqi players have signed:

Obinna Amaefule, a 6’6” forward from Revere, Massachusetts, has signed with Columbia College of Missouri. Amaefule played in 24 games for Southwest during the 2003-2004 season, averaging 2.5 points and 2.9 rebounds per game.

Christopher Adams, 6’0” guard from Melrose High School, and Kenneth Bohanna, a 6’6” forward from Overton High School, have signed with Park University in Parkville, Missouri. Adams averaged 5.4 points per game last season and was third on the team in steals with 31. Bohanna, who was named to the TJCCAA’s All-West Division Team, averaged 7.6 points per game and led the team in rebounding (7.6 average) and blocked shots (40).

Kevin Dilworth, a 6’7” forward from Northville, Georgia, has signed with North Georgia College and State University in Dahlonega, Georgia. Dilworth averaged 9.5 points and 4.7 rebounds per game as a sophomore, and set a new Southwest record for highest free-throw percentage in a season (.868).

Lonnie Gibbs, a 6’0” guard from Fairhope, Alabama, has signed with Lambuth University in Jackson, Tennessee. Gibbs averaged 3.0 points per game as a sophomore and was third on the team in assists with 43.