Michigan State Wins Battle Of Unbeatens In CABC Fall Basketball League

Friday, September 27, 2013

Michigan State won over Old Dominion in the battle of the unbeaten teams in the CABC Fall League basketball at CSAS.

CABC Fall League Standings

Michigan State                  3-0

Old Dominion                    2-1

North Carolina                   2-1

Chattanooga                      2-1

Duke                                     0-3

Vandy                                   0-3


Week #3 Scores

North Carolina   63

Duke                     61

Leading Scorers:

North Carolina- Hank Norton 15, Jarek Boyd 13, Amadeo Guissani 12, QD Cox 11

Duke- Jalen Smith 19, Brandon Houston 13

Chattanooga      59

Duke                     49

Leading Scorers:

Chattanooga- Silas Adheke 14, Nick Moore 13, Rodney Benford 11

Duke- Chandler Abbott 10

Michigan State  68

Old Dominion    58          

Leading Scorers:

Michigan State- Dqwan Hardwick 13, Tyler Byrd 13, Devonte Jones 12, Clynt Bell 12

Old Dominion- Alec Rattanaxay 13



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