Men's Basketball - Fri, Nov. 2, 2012
Georgetown College men's basketball fought a feisty Miami
Middletown team to improve to 2-0 on the season. The Thunderhawks made it
interesting in the second half, trimming a 15-point deficit to five several
times. The No. 3 Tigers found breathing room late with a burst from Mychal
Parker, Vic Moses and Monty Wilson and eventually won 81-69.
Moses dropped a game-high 25 points on 12-of-15 shooting
with eight rebounds. Parker led the bench scorers with 11 and Wilson dropped in
10 of the Tigers 25 points from reserves. Garel Craig scored nine in each half
for 18 and finished with five assists.
"We knew tonight would be a battle," said GC coach Chris
Briggs. "I was pleased that even when the game got close we found ways to get
the job done."
Georgetown returns to action Monday on the road at Martin
Methodist. Tip is set for 8 pm Eastern Standard Time.