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WEST POINT, Ga. – Point University (4-11), coached by Darryl Slack (Third season) , came back from 11 points down with 4:13 left in the first half and took a 57-46 lead with 12:59 left in the second half and held on for an 80-76 non-conference men’s basketball victory over Thomas University (7-5), which received votes in the current NAIA National Top 25 Coaches’ poll. electricity quizlet The Skyhawks won for the fourth time in the last 10 days just before beginning its 18-day semester and Christmas break. gas pain left side Point also gained a measure of revenge against the NightHawks which edged Point, 80-78, in the first game of the season, Oct. 26. electricity generation After its Christmas break, Point (2-6 AAC) returns to Appalachian Athletic Conference action with home games against St. Andrews University (4-9; 3-4 AAC), Wed., Jan. 2, at 7:30 p.m. and Milligan College (7-5; 3-4 AAC) , Sat., Jan. 5, at 4 p.m., in West Point Park Gym.

Thomas scored the first six points in the first 3:22, and Point finally scored its first field goal at the 16:05 mark. 6-9 senior Darius Bolstad (Virginia Beach, Va.), who averages 17.6 points and 7.9 rebounds and leads Point with 22 blocked shots, picked up three fouls in the first 5:02 and left the game with no points and two rebounds in the first half. la gas prices average The Skyhawks fell behind 33-22 with 4:13 left but rallied for 10 consecutive points and sliced its deficit to just 33-32 with 2:43 left and trailed 38-34 at intermission. 6-2 junior guard Jamon Moore (Albany, GA), who averages 16.5 points and 6.1 rebounds with a team-high 73 assists, scored 13 first-half points with 2 three-pointers.

Point outscored Thomas in the first four minutes of the second half, 11-6, and gained its first lead of the contest, 45-44, and after two Thomas free throws, scored the next 12 points and took its biggest lead of the game, 57-46, on a three-pointer by 6-2 senior guard B.J. Brown (Powder Springs, GA), who averages 13.5 points, at the 12:59 mark. Bolstad was charged with his fourth foul with 11:42 left and later returned with 4:35 left in the game and contributed five crucial points and a blocked shot in the next two minutes as the Skyhawks took a 74-66 lead.

Point did not trail by fewer than three points until Thomas cut Point’s lead to 78-76 with 4.2 seconds to play. electricity word search j farkas answers Senior guard Xavier Johnson (Buford, GA), playing in his first game of the season, iced the game with a pair of clutch free throws with two seconds left, giving Point its final 80-76 winning margin. 6-5 junior guard Sae’Quahn Rogers (Burlington, NC), who averages 16.1 points and a team-high 10.7 rebounds, scored 14 points, 2 three-pointers, two blocks and six rebounds in the second half, and Brown added 11 points and a three-pointer.

Rogers, who ranks eighth in the NAIA in total rebounds and rebounds per game, finished with 16 points and 12 rebounds for his ninth double-double of the season and also made 2 three-pointers, passed four assists and had two blocks and one steal. Brown and Moore each contributed 15 points and 5 rebounds, and Moore also had 2 three-pointers, three assists and one steal while Brown hit one three-pointer and had two assists and one blocked shot. Johnson, who led Point in assists last season, added 13 points, one three-pointer, two assists and one steal, and Bolstad, who ranks sixth in the NAIA in field goal percentage (.675), scored all seven of his points in the second half and gathered three rebounds and blocked two shots. 6-5 senior forward Taboris Griggs (Decatur, GA), who averages a team-high 17.9 points and 7.4 rebounds with a team-high 49 three-pointers, was held to seven points, one three-pointer, five rebounds and two steals.