(Neb.)-Western State Men Defeat CSC Eagles
GUNNISON, Colo.—Junior point guard Joseph Charles scored 24 points and had five rebounds, seven assists and four steals while leading Western State to an 81-66 victory in a Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference men’s basketball game Friday night.
The Mountaineers shot 58 percent (30-52) from the field while breaking a seven-game losing streak. Center Charles Joseph added 14 points and another guard, Terrance Boyd, scored 13.
Although the Eagles sank eight of 20 3-point shots, they made only 35.7 percent (20-56) of their total shots from the field.
Junior swingman Zac Bargen continued to lead the Eagles. He scored 20 points and grabbed seven rebounds to share game-high honors. Kendrick Holliman added 12 points for CSC.
Western State, which led 42-37 at halftime and maintained the lead the rest of the way, is now 8-12 for the season and 7-9 in the conference. The Eagles are 2-18 and 2-14.
Note: It’s true, the Western State guard is Joseph Charles and the center is Charles Joseph.
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