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Eagles Top Pioneers 82-74

The Harrodsburg Herald/Samuel Warren
Chris Rawlins (10) rose high above two Alice Lloyd defenders before looking for an outlet pass. Rawlins finished the game with 14 points, six rebounds and three assists.

Joe Mathis
Contributing Writer

It was a tale of two halves Saturday for the Campbellsville University Harrodsburg Pioneers.

After a first half that saw the Pioneers shoot nearly 54 percent from the field, that script flipped in the second half—and flipped quickly—as the Eagles clawed back from a 10 point first-half deficit to beat the Pioneers for the second time this season.

CU Harrodsburg jumped out to a double digit lead midway through the first half, and despite seeing that margin evaporate down to a three point lead with just over a minute to go, the Pioneers ended the first half on a 6-0 run after Chris Rawlins made a jumper, followed by a Kereion Douglas layup and a Rawlins layup as the first half clock expired.

Rawlins’ last second layup gave the Pioneers a 39-30 lead at the half but head Coach Austin Sparrow told his team that Alice Lloyd would start to hit their shots. And that they did.

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