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The Citadel escapes pesky NAIA-member Voorhees 89-85



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CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — Derrick Henry scored 21 points and Brian White had 16 points and eight rebounds, and The Citadel escaped pesky NAIA-member Voorhees for an 89-85 victory on Tuesday night.

Desmond Louis' 3-pointer from the corner got Voorhees within 86-80 with 1:50 left and James Williams' 3 less than a minute later made it 88-83. Williams had a steal on The Citadel's next trip and Denzel Bolden made a fast-break layup for a three-point game with 31 seconds left.

Warren Sledge hit 1 of 2 free throws for a two-possession game and Jeffery Mack missed a 3-pointer on Voorhees' final shot.

Quinton Marshall added 18 points for The Citadel (6-4).

The Citadel took a 59-58 lead for its first advantage since it was 17-15. Quayson Williams' go-ahead basket came during an 18-0 run for a 67-58 lead as Voorhees went scoreless for five-plus minutes.

Voorhees was led by Louis' 22 points.

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