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PSNK tops new team Chatham

Staff Report
| Tuesday, November 17, 2015 11:54 p.m

Penn State New Kensington spoiled the debut of the first-year Chatham’s men’s basketball program with a 70-64 victory Tuesday night in Shadyside.

Dorian Broadwater scored a game-high 20 points for the local Lions (3-1), who trailed 31-24 at halftime.

Senior Lou Payne scored 14 points, junior Jordan Williams added 12 and freshman Loren Wicks 11 for PSNK.

Freshman Nasir Alexander scored 15 to lead Chatham (0-1).

The Lions will be on the road Thursday to face Penn Highlands Community College at 7 p.m.

Penn State New Kensington 70, Chatham 64

PSNK: Dorian Broadwater 5 0 10-14 20, Lou Payne 2 2 4-4 14, Jordan Williams 2 2 2-2 12, Loren Wicks 4 0 3-5 11, Michael Reece 1 1 0 5, Shane Baronner 2 0 0 4, Demetri Ford 1 0 1-2 3, Jeremiah Rogers 0 0 1-3 1. Totals: 17 5 21-30 70.

CU: Nasir Alexander 1 3 4-5 15, Alex Schoppen 4 2 0 14, Logan Hunter 3 1 4-6 13, Isaiah Brown 4 0 2-5 10, Sam Bohn 1 0 0 2, Devin Stedman 0 1 3-5 6, Jack Ridenour 0 1 1-2 4. Totals: 13 8 14-23 64.

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