Men’s Basketball: Catonsville downs PSC

Nequan Carrington
Nequan Carrington drives for two of his 15 points during Potomac State's loss to CCBC-Catonsville on Tuesday night at the Lough Gym.  Photo by Raymond Burner

KEYSER, W.Va. — Everette Cook led four players in double-digit scoring with 17 points to help CCBC Catonsville keep Potomac State at arm’s length during a 73-68 win over the host Catamounts Tuesday evening.

Montaque Wright followed Coker’s 17 with 15 points of his own, while Harvey Paige added 14 points. Ke’Andre Gibson was the fourth player in double figures with 13 points.

For Potomac State, Justin Milstead came through with a game-high 20 points, and Nequan Carrington put up 15. Malcolm Weathers added another 13 points for the Cats, and Kyle Jackson just missed double figures with nine points.

Catonsville built a 12-point, 33-21, lead by intermission. Though the Cats were able to slice into the lead, the Cardinals slowed the PSC charge enough to come out on top.

Potomac State (13-5) plays at Allegany College on Thursday at 7 p.m.