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YPSILANTI, Mich. (AP) — Paul Jackson and Kevin McAdoo scored 12 points apiece and Eastern Michigan wrapped up its nonleague season with a 67-48 win over NAIA Rochester on Friday.
The Eagles (9-4), who are 10-0 against the Royals over the past seven seasons, took charge give minutes into the game with an 11-3 run making it 19- midway through the first half. A14-4 run pushed it up to double figures before the Eagles scored the last seven points of the half for a 45-22 lead.
Eastern Michigan shot 52 percent and held the Royals to in the first half before coasting in.
Cap Wilson had 14 points and Kash Blackwell 10 for the Royals, who used the game as an exhibition.
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