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Valparaiso beats Detroit 92-74, alone in first place

By The Associated Press | Posted - Jan. 10, 2016 at 1:50 p.m.



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DETROIT (AP) — Alec Peters had career highs of 39 points and 14 rebounds and Valparaiso beat Detroit 92-74 on Sunday in a battle for first place in the Horizon League.

Peters was 12-of-20 shooting and made all nine of his free throws in tying the Crusaders' Division I single-game scoring record. He also posted his fourth double-double in the last five games.

Tevonn Walker added 21 points for the Crusaders (13-3, 3-0), who won their third consecutive game and ended the Titans' three-game winning streak and their run of 12 straight home victories.

Anton Wilson hit 4 of 5 3-point attempts and 9 of 9 free throws in scoring 23 points for Detroit (9-6, 3-1). Paris Bass added 16 points and 10 rebounds.

Valparaiso led 50-29 at halftime. Detroit rallied within seven with 7:25 left but Peters had a bucket and three free throws and the lead remained in double figures.

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