Rice beats CTK
Russell Robinson is healthy and scored 18 as Rice held off CTK to raise it's record to 13-5 including 4-3 in the CHSAA. The star was Steve Dyer who hit 3-4 in the last minute to seal the victory. Shagari Alleyne had 7 points and 4 blocks in limited action due to foul problems. Junior power forward Arturo Dubois was also forced to the bench early with fouls. A real Senior Sleeper, power forward Carl Gervais, spelled the two insiders and provided pressure defense, rebounding and inside scoring. Rutgers Head Basketball Coach Gary Waters was at tuesdays Rice game to watch his star recruit Shagari Alleyne. Rutgers assistants have had a presence at many of the Rice games.
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