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VU routs Kentucky Wesleyan, 126-33, for 1st win of the season

OLNEY, Ill. – The Vincennes University Men’s Basketball Team got into the win column in a big way Friday night when the Trailblazers (1-2) blew out Kentucky Wesleyan, 126-33, after posting a 61-11 halftime score.

The victory came in the first game of the Olney Central College Rotary Classic.

VU’s offensive explosion got a career-high 20 points from sophomore Stuart Jackson and double-doubles in points and rebounds from sophomores Makur Puou and Darren Groves. In addition to Groves’ 12 points and 14 rebounds and Puou’s 11 points and 11 boards, freshmen Nate Hansen and Chris Darrington scored 15 each, while freshman Theo Holloway finished with 13 and freshman Calvin Kintu had 10.

The Trailblazers return to Olney on Saturday to take on Elizabethtown Tech on the event’s second night. VU and Elizabethtown Tech will tip off at 6:30 p.m. (Vincennes time)

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