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Roundup: Charleston, W.Va. State men on road tonight

CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- After a seemingly season-defining win over West Liberty, Charleston finds itself on a two-game skid heading into a game at always-tough Alderson-Broaddus at 7:30 p.m. tonight.

The Golden Eagles (12-4 overall, 8-4 West Virginia Conference) have dropped back-to-back home games to Seton Hill and Wheeling Jesuit, a pair of teams hovering around .500 and in the middle of the WVC standings.

Now, UC begins a three-game road trip starting at A-B (11-4, 9-2), which currently sits third in the conference race.

  • West Virginia State will also be on the road today, but have a little momentum after routing Ohio Valley 90-66 on Thursday.
  • The Yellow Jackets (7-11, 5-8) will try to string together consecutive wins for the first time all year when they visit Wheeling Jesuit (9-8, 6-7) at 7:30 tonight.

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  • MU WOMEN LOSE: Marshall committed 22 turnovers that resulted in 25 Alabama-Birmingham points as UAB earned a 61-45 win in Huntington on Sunday.

    Only four players scored for the Blazers (13-5 overall, 4-1 Conference USA) but they were all in double figures. Amber Jones had 21 points to lead all scorers followed by 18 for Karisma Chapman, 12 for Ashley Grimes, and 10 for Michaelea Kleist.

    Erica Woods paced Marshall (6-12, 0-5) with 11 points and eight rebounds.

    Saturday's boys basketball

  • WIRT 80, CLAY 73: Kalob Bell had 27 points and Austin McVeigh 25 as host Wirt County (4-11) earned a revenge victory. The Tigers lost to Clay County by 42 points earlier this season. For the Panthers (7-7), Jarrod Woodyard scored a season-high 22 points.
  • WAHAMA 62, FEDERAL HOCKING 59: Trenton Gibbs tallied a season-best 26 points as the host White Falcons won their fourth straight. Also for Wahama (6-8), Austin Jordan had 14 points. Shawn Parsons scored 15 for Federal Hocking, Ohio (11-4).
  • POINT PLEASANT 55, SA 50: Wade Martin netted 17 points as Point Pleasant earned a road win. Dillon McCarty contributed 16 points for the Big Blacks (4-8). Nathan McNeil was the leading scorer for St. Albans (4-10) with 21 points, followed by Kevic Watkins with 10.

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