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RADFORD, Va. (AP) — Cam Jones scored a career-best 22 points on 10 of 12 shooting and Radford placed four in double-digit scoring as it defeated Central Penn College 119-69 on Sunday.
R.J. Price scored 16 points, Kyle Noreen added a career-high 14 and YaYa Anderson added 11 as the Highlanders made 70 percent of their shots (47 of 67) while pounding the smaller Knights of the USCAA.
Radford also made 10 of 15 3-pointers, outrebounded Central Penn 51-22 and outscored the Knights 64-36 in the paint and 64-12 in points off the bench.
Javonte Green, with two steals, set the Radford record for 196 career.
Andre Batte led the Knights, who tied early but never led, with 27 points and four assists.
Noreen scored just 1:07 into the game to put Radford up for good, and the Highlanders led by as many as 60 in the second half.
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