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Titans wrap up Holiday Classic with two wins, Saturday's scores

ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

It seems as if their Inaugural Holiday Classic was just the spark the Albany Titans basketball team needed to jump start their season. After beating Middle Georgia Tech Friday night, the Titans beat up on Alabama Southern 83-67 in the final game of the night. Antwon Tuff led the way with 18 points and 8 rebounds. Tony Fears added 12 points.

Here are the other scores from Saturday's action at the Albany Tech Classic:

Men

Middle Georgia Tech  61

South Georgia Tech  67

 

Women

Middle Georgia Tech 50

Darton State College 80

 

ASA College  66

Chattahoochee Tech 75

 

Alabama Southern  60

Albany Tech    41

High School Basketball

In high School basketball, the Coffee boys beat Turner County in the Ronalda Pierce Hoopfest Championship 65-51.  The Coffee girls beat Americus-Sumter 59-48 also winning the championship.

In the third place games, it was the Lowndes boys over Wilcox Co. 61-58 and the Lowndes girls over Turner County 49-43.

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