BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—Senior Reggie Sprouse scored a game-high
17 points to lead three Huntingdon players in double figures, but
Birmingham-Southern had 12 different players score in a 64-60 victory
over the Hawks on Monday at Bill Battle Coliseum.
With the loss, the Hawks fell to 11-11 on the season, while the Panthers improve to 20-3 on the year.
Joining Sprouse in double figures for the Hawks were juniors Ephraim
Hudson and Adrian Williams, who scored 12 and 11 points, respectively.
The big difference in the contest came via turnovers, as the Hawks
committed 17 miscues, leading to 21 points for the Panthers. BSC also
dominated the paint, earning a 28-16 advantage, while also outscoring
the Hawks 33-8 off the bench.
In addition, Southern held a 43-34 advantage on the glass, including 13 more offensive rebounds.
For the contest, Huntingdon knocked down 19-of-47 shots from the
field, including 8-of-14 from the arc. The Hawks also converted
14-of-19 free throws. Birmingham-Southern shot 35.9 percent from the
Aaron Parr led the Panthers with 12 points, while Jasen Jonus
chipped in 10 points. Wheeler Flemming finished with a game-high 11
Huntingdon will return to action on Thursday, when it travels to LaGrange, to take on the Panthers at 8 p.m.
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