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College Basketball: LWC Men 115. OSU/Mansfield 66

No. 20 Lindsey Wilson men's basketball defeats Ohio State-Mansfield 115-66 in Lou Cunningham Classic on Saturday, November 12, 2016
Next: LWC Blue Raider Men's Basketball at Martin Methodist (TN) at 7pmCT, Monday, November 14, 2016, at Martin Methodist College's Robert E Curry Christian Life Center, 150 Kermit Smith Drive, Pulaski, TN

By Anthony Latessa

CAMPBELLSVILLE, KY - The No. 20-ranked Lindsey Wilson men's basketball team defeated Ohio State-Mansfield 115-66 at the Lou Cunningham Classic at the Powell Athletic Center. For a second-straight game the Blue Raiders (7-0) had six players score in double-figures.


Marshall Griffith led the way with a season-high 22 points and was 6-of-9 on three point attempts. Lindsey Wilson shot 10-of-20 as a team from the three point line. Dmitry Utolin had 17 points and Marquis Johns scored 14 points and recorded 10 assists. Cameron Morgeson and Pepper Ben Ofokile scored 13 each and Nic Brown chipped in with 11 points.

Lindsey Wilson outrebounded the Mavericks (0-5) 54-23 in the game. The Blue Raiders limited Ohio State-Mansfield to a 33 percent shooting percentage while shooting 69 percent from the field. The Lindsey Wilson benched chipped in with 74 points.

Leading the way for the Mavericks was Gavin Stigall who finished with 17 points. Trevon McGhee had 13 for Ohio State-Mansfield.



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