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VU Trailblazers grab 2nd straight win with 81-61 victory over Elizabethtown Tech

OLNEY, Ill. – Sophomore Justin King’s double-double led the Vincennes University Men’s Basketball Team to its second consecutive victory Saturday night at the Olney Central Rotary Classic in Olney, IL.

The Trailblazers topped Elizabethtown Tech, 81-61, behind King’s game-high 18 points, plus 10 rebounds. VU (2-2) also got 14 points from sophomore Stuart Jackson, nine from freshman Jordan Manse and eight points each from freshmen Calvin Kintu and Dainius Chatkevicius. In addition, sophomore Makur Puou pulled down 12 rebounds while Kintu and freshman Jeremiah Bell both dished out six assists.

Sophomore Joziah Stinson led the Barons with 17 points.

The Trailblazers will return to action Tuesday, hosting Indian Hills at about 7 p.m. at the VU P.E. Complex. The game will follow the VU women hosting Lindsey Wilson at 5 p.m.

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