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Wright State beats Cleveland State 68-63

ASHWAUBENON, Wisc. (AP) -- Cole Darling scored 21 points Saturday night and Miles Dixon added 17 as Wright State beat Cleveland State 68-63 in a Horizon League tournament semifinal. AJ Pacher scored 11 and the Raiders (20-13) outshot the Vikings (21-11) 55 percent to 40 percent. No. 3 seeded Wright State opened with a 7-1 run, but No. 2 seeded Cleveland State rallied and led 14-9...
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Wright State routs E. Illinois 70-43

Wright State had eight players score at least seven points Thursday night, riding a balanced attack to a 70-43 rout of Eastern Illinois. Chrishawn Hopkins and Miles Dixon led Wright State (6-7) with nine points apiece as the Raiders shot 54.5 percent from the field and snapped a four-game losing streak. Reggie Arceneaux and Cole Darling each added eight points while four players...
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