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Blue Hawks men's basketball falls to Carroll College

HELENA, Mont. -- The Dickinson State men's basketball team lost a seven-point halftime advantage thanks to a huge second half from Carroll College on Friday, eventually resulting in a 71-62 loss for the Blue Hawks.

HELENA, Mont. - The Dickinson State men's basketball team lost a seven-point halftime advantage thanks to a huge second half from Carroll College on Friday, eventually resulting in a 71-62 loss for the Blue Hawks.

Marcus White led the Blue Hawks with 20 points on 7 of 14 shooting, and Ryan Clark added 15, but Dickinson State could not overcome the hot shooting of Carroll's Zach Taylor, who shot 12 of 20 from the field for 29 points.

Dickinson State (3-3) led 37-30 after the first 20 minutes, but the Saints (6-0) put up 41 points in the second half to pull ahead for good. The Blue Hawks managed just 25 in the second stanza.

The Saints pulled off the comeback despite shooting just 2 of 11 on 3-pointers. DSU turned the ball over 20 times in the loss.

The Blue Hawks return to the court in Helena against Great Falls at 5:30 p.m. today.

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Carroll College 71, Dickinson State 62

DSU: Marcus White 20, Ryan Clark 15, Terrell Butler 8, Gilberto Shojgreen Jr. 6, Dontae Clark 5, Jerry Shevlin 3, Konner Goettsche 3, Jake Buck 2.

CC: Zach Taylor 29, Matt Wyman 10, Ryan Imhoff 8, Lorel Johnson 7, Match Burnham 7, Oliver Carr 4, Alejandro Santos Piqueras 4, Dane Warp 2.

Halftime: DSU 37-30. Total fouls: DSU 17, CC 19. 3-point goals: DSU 6-15 (Shevlin 1-1, Goettsche 1-3, Buck 0-1, D. Clark 1-1, Butler 1-3, White 1-4, R. Clark 1-2.) CC 2-11 (Warp 0-1, Taylor 2-5, Burnham 0-1, Johnson 0-2, Wyman 0-1, Ife Kalejaie 0-1). Rebounds: DSU 33 (Shojgreen Jr. 5, R. Clark 5), CC 28 (Taylor 6). Assists: DSU 13 (Buck 6), CC 13 (two tied, 3). Steals: DSU 5, CC 9. Blocks: DSU 1, CC 9. Turnovers: DSU 20, CC 15.

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