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Midway, KY: Six players reached double figures as the Alice Lloyd College Eagles motored to a solid 102-87 victory over the visiting Carlow (PA) Celtics. The River States Conference battle was held Wednesday afternoon, February 9th.

In the first half, the hosts would quickly take the lead behind ALC sophomore forward Damon Tobler. The squad would hold their edge and see ten players earn minutes. Despite a determined effort from the Celtics, the Pippa Passes team would increase their cushion behind 12 points from Tobler and 8 apiece from senior guard Noah Young, sophomore guard Ben Soumahoro, and sophomore forward Noah Caudill, to take a 53-36 advantage at intermission. In the second half, the Caney Club would freely use their bench as the advantage ballooned to 25 points (90-55). They would then hold on to earn the solid victory.

For ALC (22-3; 13-2 RSC), six players reached double figures. They were led on the night by Caudill with 15 points while Tobler was just behind with 14. Young, Soumahoro, and junior guard Bryce Slone all added 12 while junior guard Cumecus Cates chipped in with 10 points. Soumahoro snagged 10 boards to reach a double-double while Young dished off 5 assists. Senior center Idris Akinyemi helped with 8 points, 5 rebounds, and 3 blocks while sophomore guard Cameron Worrix had 2 steals.

Alice Lloyd connected on 50.6% (40-79) from the field, and 34.8% (8-23) from long range. They shot 82.4% (14-17) from the charity stripe. Additionally, they registered 45 rebounds, 5 steals, and 20 assists.

CU (4-22; 1-12 RSC) was led by Marcus Millien with 22 points. His squad connected on 50% (31-62) from the field and 42.3% (11-26) from long range. From the foul line, they shot 87.5% (14-16). They also had 25 rebounds, 4 steals, and 20 assists.

The Eagles return to action on Saturday, February 12th at Oakland City University (IN). Tip-off is set for 2:00pm (EST).