AMERICUS -- Playing in a basketball tournament here at South Georgia Tech, the Abraham Baldwin Stallions got a 97-91 victory Sunday over Pye Express, a men's league team out of Tallahassee, Fla.
Warren Beaulah led the Stallions with 19 points in the game.
"That gives us five different leading scorers this year. That means opposing teams can't concentrate on just one guy," ABAC coach Todd Sheppard said.
Other leading scorers were Jay Anderson with 18, Ahmad Farley with 15 and John Beugnot with 12.
"Every single player played and 11 scored," Sheppard said.
The ABAC coach was not happy with the 91 points the Stallions allowed.
"It was our fourth game in six days, so we were a little fatigued. We were not mentally sharp and our defense suffered. We will have to play better defense when we get farther into our schedule," said Sheppard.
ABAC will be back on the court Saturday at home against Moody Air Force Base. Game time will be 6 p.m.
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