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WILMINGTON, N.C. (AP) — Devontae Cacok scored 19 points while grabbing 15 rebounds as UNC Wilmington sprinted to an early lead and dominated Division III Greensboro for a 101-60 victory on Thursday night.
Cacok, who had his ninth double-double of the season, had 13 points and 10 rebounds in the first half as UNC Wilmington (3-9) took a 54-32 lead into the break.
Jay Estime' had a career-high 16 points and Ty Taylor II added 14 points with 10 boards for the second double-double of his career. Trey Kalina added 15 points and Jaylen Fornes and Jacque Brown chipped in 11 points apiece for the Seahawks, who open Colonial Athletic Association play against Delaware on Saturday.
UNC Wilmington shot 52 percent (36-69) from the floor while holding Greensboro to 22-of-75 (29 percent) shooting. The Seahawks also controlled the boards, 63-33.
Joseph Gatling led Greensboro with 14 points with Darus Maddox scoring nine while grabbing nine rebounds.
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