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Concord Basketball splits doubleheader at Charleston

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The Concord Basketball teams split and mens and womens Mountain East doubleheader on Wednesday night at Charleston.

The Lady Mountain Lions fell to the Golden Eagles 78-62.  Concord was led by Madison May who had 16 points, and Heather Chapman who had 10.  With the loss, they drop to 2-4 overall and 0-3 in the Mountain East.

The Men knocked off the Golden Eagles 77-72.  Concord was led by Tommy Bolte who had 30 points, and BJ Hamlet who had 16.  With the win, Concord improves to 4-3 overall, and 2-1 in the Mountain East.

Up next, the pair will host West Virginia State on Saturday.  The women will tipoff at 2 pm, and the men at 4 pm.

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