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Monday, 08 December 2008 17:05
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 LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) -Freshman Samardo Samuels scored 15 points and Earl Clark added six points, six rebounds and five assists to lead No. 9 Louisville to a 78-56 victory over Lamar on Monday night in the final game of the Marques Maybin Classic.
The Cardinals (5-1) won their third game in as many days. They won their previous two games in the round-robin tournament by a combined 75 points.
Jay Brown had 16 points and eight rebounds and Kenny Dawkins added 14 points for Lamar (6-3), which was held to a season-low point total and shot 35 percent from the field.
Lamar put together a 9-2 run that closed its deficit to 55-42 with 8:43 remaining. Louisville responded with a 15-4 burst that featured Samuels making two layups and taking a charge.
No. 19 Georgetown 100, Savannah St. 38
WASHINGTON (AP) - DaJuan Summers, Jessie Sapp and Austin Freeman all had 14 points and Greg Monroe added 13 for Georgetown.
The Hoyas (6-1) shot 69.8 percent from the field (37-of-53) and held Savannah State (5-4) to 22.8 percent (16-of-53). The Tigers have lost four of five.
n the first half, the Hoyas led Savannah State 57-15 at the break.
Raye Bailey led the Tigers with 14 points.
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