ATLANTA -- The Abraham Baldwin College Stallions basketball team fell to 2-2 in conference play after suffering an 88-82 loss to Georgia Perimeter here Saturday afternoon.
Ronald Camon had a career high 25 points while John Beugnot scored 18 and Byron Conoway finished with 17.
"The team played really well," said ABAC head coach Todd Sheppard. "But we didn't have a good night at the free throw line."
The Stallions were just 19 of 31 from the line while Georgia Perimeter connected on 82 percent of its free throws.
"That's the difference in the game," said Sheppard. "We make our free throws and everything changes."
The Stallions trailed at the half 47-35, but were able to get as close as four in the second half.
The Stallions and Fillies are in action again Wednesday evening when they play host to Middle Georgia College at Gressette Gym. The Fillies tip off the doubleheader at 5:30.
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