College basketball | SCF Manatees get first win over Tallahassee C.C.


The State College of Florida men's basketball team beat Tallahassee Community College for the first time in program history Saturday at the Florida Colleges Shootout in Ocala.

Anders Haas scored 28 points, and the eighth-ranked Manatees led by as many as 20 points on the way to a 104-94 victory over the sixth-ranked Eagles.

SCF improved to 9-3, while Tallahassee C.C. fell to 7-2.

Michael Sanchez added 21 points for the Manatees. Savad Garner had 13 points, and Larry Keys chipped in with 11.

SCF plays again at noon Sunday in the Shootout against Pasco-Hernando Community College.

PITTSBURGH 89, NORTH FLORIDA 47 -- Tray Woodall scored 14 points and tied a season-high with nine assists, and the host Panthers pulled away in the second half for a victory over the Ospreys.

Dante Taylor led Pitt with 16 points and Talib Zanna added 15 for the Panthers (9-1).

Travis Wallace and David Jeune scored 10 points each for North Florida (3-6), which scored just 20 points over the game's final 25 minutes after briefly tying it at 27 in the first half.

FAMU 109, ALLEN 59 -- The host Rattlers took a 50-27 halftime lead, then outdid themselves in the second half to defeat the NAIA Yellow Jackets (2-10).

FAMU (4-6) had six players in double figures, only two of whom started: Jamari Bradshaw, with 14 points in 16 minutes of action, and Walter Davis (10 points). The bench was cleared early and often.

BETHUNE-COOKMAN 85, WEBBER INTERNATIONAL 72 -- Adrien Coleman posted 18 points, 15 boards, and dished out 10 assists for the first triple-double in school history as the Wildcats defeated the NAIA Warriors, who counted the game as an exhibition.

Coleman leads the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference in scoring (18.9) and ranks third in rebounding (7.6). The 6-foot-5 forward has reached double-digits in points for 13 consecutive games dating back to last season.

Alex Smith led Bethune Cookman with 24 points and 10 rebounds, both career-highs. Paul Scotland had 14 and Kevin Dukes and Marc Mack tallied 10 apiece for the Wildcats.

, who shot 41.7 percent (10 of 24) from deep in the win.

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