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Bowling Green pulls away from Cleveland State 62-47

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CLEVELAND (AP) — Spencer Parker and Zack Denny scored 13 points apiece and Denny grabbed 10 rebounds to lead Bowling Green to a 62-47 win over Cleveland State on Wednesday.

Demajeo Wiggins added 10 points for the Falcons (8-4), who took control in the second half.

Bowling Green, which led 27-25 at the break, had an eight point surge to go up 41-34 on Rasheed Worrell's layup at the 11-minute mark. They stretched that to a 19-4 run for a comfortable 52-38 lead against the struggling Vikings.

All nine players scored for the Falcons, who shot 44 percent and made 15 of 18 free throws.

Cleveland State (4-8) only made two baskets in the second half until making two more in the closing minute. The Vikings shot 27 percent for the game (16 of 59), making just 3 of 20 3-pointers. Andre Yates had 11 points.

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