Georgetown News
Men's Basketball - Thu, Feb. 18, 2010

Georgetown College men's basketball got some breathing room Thursday with a win over Mid-South Conference foe Pikeville, 91-86, in Georgetown.

Georgetown College men's basketball got some breathing room Thursday with a win over Mid-South Conference foe Pikeville, 91-86, in Georgetown.

The Tigers (20-6, 8-3 MSC) were only up a game on the Bears (20-6, 8-3) for second place in conference standings coming into the game.

Pikeville's Jonathan Clark poured in 35 points to lead all scorers - but Georgetown found a duo with big numbers in Hollis Giles' 29 points and Henry Clay's standout Vic Moses with 23 points.

The Tigers led by 20 at the 13 minute mark, 62-42, but let Pikeville back in the game after a Bear's 9-0 run.

It was a one point game with 4:06 to play after the Bear's Andre Thorton's jumper to make it 78-77 Georgetown.

Georgetown held on to the lead shooting 7-of-8 from the foul line in the final 1:53.

Tiger point guard Eddie Gray added 13 points while Vincent Crutcher led all players in rebounding with seven boards.

Next up for the Tigers is a date at Lindsey Wilson on Saturday.

 
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