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Albany Tech hoops drop two at home

ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

The Albany Tech men's basketball team (8-20, 4-14,)  had a chance to put a damper in the plans of second place Chattahoochee Tech (25-3, 17-2) on Saturday.  The Golden Eagles were a game behind East Georgia for first place in the GCAA coming into Saturday's game against the Titans.  Albany Tech, though, couldn't muster enough offense losing to the Golden Eagles 79-56. 

The Titans will play Georgia Highlands on Wednesday before wrapping up the regular season on Saturday at Georgia Perimeter.

Meanwhile, the Lady Titans (13-14, 6-11)  got bit closer but ended up losing to Chattahoochee Tech (22-7, 9-3) 77-70 on Saturday at the HPER Gym.  The Albany Tech women will also play Georgia Highlands on Wednesday before wrapping up the regular season on Saturday at Georgia Perimeter.

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