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No. 1 VU Trailblazers improve to 13-0 with rout of Elizabethtown

Vincennes University sophomore Donte' McGill scored 17 points and sophmore A.J. Patty pulled down 12 rebounds to lead the NJCAA No. 1 Trailblazers to an 88-47 win over visiting Elizabethtown Tuesday night at the VU P.E. Complex.

McGill came off the bench to drain 3-of-4 trey attempts as part of his 6-for-9 performance overall from the field. Sophomore Charles Foster hit two 3-pointers of his own on the way to 14 points and sophomore Jantzen Goodwin knocked down three treys for most of his 13. Sophomore Everett Clemons and freshman Keith Mack both had 12 for VU (13-0). In addition, Clemons dished out six assists and recorded three steals.

Elizabethtown was led by Ryne Tinsley and Michael Lee, both with 10 points.

After a slow first few minutes for the Trailblazers, they turned the contest into a holiday break workout by getting out to a 42-22 lead at halftime and getting playing time throughout the contest for all available players on the roster.

VU posted a 48-20 advantage on the boards, including 18 offensive rebounds, and hit nine treys as a team.

The Trailblazers will host Don Bosco Prep at 3 p.m. Saturday at the VU P.E. Complex. VU will then be idle until Jan. 3.