Georgetown News
Vic Moses dunks for two of his 23 points against University of Rio Grande. Photo by Richard Davis
Vic Moses dunks for two of his 23 points against University of Rio Grande. Photo by Richard Davis
Men's Basketball - Fri, Jan. 21, 2011

Tyrone Shelley scored 25 points and Vic Moses came off the bench for 23 as Georgetown College men's basketball team picked up a road win over University of Rio Grande Thursday.

The No. 9 Tigers (18-2, 7-1 Mid-South Conference) cruised over the RedStorm (5-14, 0-8), 91-70. Rio made it interesting earlier after a slow start, but GC coach Happy Osborne took a time out and got his guys going again.

The Tigers came out inspired for a 9-2 run, for a seven point edge. The game would never get any closer.

Maurice Pearson also reached double-digits with 11 points, while Eddie Gray added nine points and eight assists.

Around the league, University of the Cumberlands defeated No. 10 St. Catharine, 68-59, West Virginia Tech beat Shawnee State, 97-90, and the Campbellsville-Lindsey Wilson game was postponed.

Georgetown sits atop the conference, a game in front of St. Catharine.

The Tigers stay on the road to play Tech 4 p.m. Saturday.

 
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