Maurice Pearson prepares to make a low post move. Photo by Richard Davis
Men's Basketball - Wed, Dec. 8, 2010
Georgetown College men's basketball doubled up Spalding University in the second half on its way to the Tigers' 12th-straight win.
The No. 2 ranked Tigers (12-0, 2-0 Mid-South Conference) handed the Golden Eagles a 102-62 loss in Georgetown, setting up for a little of a week break for finals.
Seven of the 10 GC players that entered the game reached double figures and an eighth player, Aaron Morris, was a point shy with nine.
Vic Moses led the way with 15 points, while Tyrone Shelley had 14, Rodney Haddix 12, Vincent Crutcher and Maurice Pearson 11 each and Matt Walls and Dillon Boggs 10 each.
Russ Middleton and Eddie Gray rounded out the scoring with five points each.
DeWhon McAfee led Spalding with 15 points, while Jamal Bacon had 13 and Jametrius Brasher added 10.
GC returns to action next Thursday with a 8 p.m. tip against Pikeville College at Davis-Reid Alumni Gym.