Jaguars win second game in Canada Jaguars win second game in Canada Advocate file photo by ADAM LAU -- Southern center Javan Mitchell, right, backs down Alabama State's Luther Page during a Feb. 16 game at the F.G. Clark Activity Center. Mitchell scored 15 points as the Jaguars team won their second straight exhibition, defeating Western Ontario 72-66 on Thursday. Advocate story Sept. 01, 2013 Comments Jaguars win second game in Canada LONDON, Ontario — Javan Mitchell broke out of a slump with 15 points and newcomer Bryce Clark scored a team-high 15 points as the Southern men’s basketball team won its second straight exhibition, defeating Western Ontario 72-66 on Thursday. Calvin Godfrey added 11 points before he left the game with a fourth-quarter arm injury. Tre’Lun Banks 10 for the Jaguars, who kicked off their three-game exhibition series in Canada with an overtime win over Windsor on Wednesday. NCAA guidelines allow teams to take a foreign trip once every four years. Southern completes its Canadian trip Friday night with a game against Fanshawe.