Nick Chasten and Michael Glasker each scored 15 points and North Carolina Central overcame a 15-point first half deficit to rout winless Carver Bible College 82-63 on Saturday night.
Chasten also finished with 13 rebounds – six offensive – for the Eagles (2-7), who snapped a five-game losing streak. Vincent Davis had 14 points, C.J. Wilkerson followed with 12, and T.J. Granger and Dami Sapara had 11 apiece.
Carver Bible (0-13) led 29-14 with 10:24 left in the first half. But the Eagles outscored Carver Bible 28-11 the remainder of the half, taking a 42-40 lead on two free throws by Wilkerson, who shot 9-for-14 from the foul line.
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North Carolina Central trailed only twice the rest of the way, pushing its margin to 21 on Sapara’s two free throws with 4:20 left. Sapara also had 11 boards.
Cory Evans led Carver Bible with 24 points and seven turnovers.