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Miles Jr. leads the Mountaineers past the Cowboys

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The #11 West Virginia Mountaineers defeated the Oklahoma State Cowboys, 92-75, at Gallagher-Iba Arena.

Daxter Miles Jr. led the Mountaineers with 22 points, two rebounds and three assists. Jevon Carter was also in double figures, has he had 15 points, three rebounds and six assists.

Daxter Miles Jr. (Getty Images)

Daxter Miles Jr. (Getty Images)

Fellow starters Nathan Adrian, Brandon Watkins and Esa Ahmad had nine points each. Adrian added six rebounds and four assists, while Watkins had five rebounds and Ahmad had four rebounds.

Their bench combined for 28 points. Sagaba Konaté led these players with 12 points, three rebounds and a steal.

West Virginia was six-of-16 from three-point range. Lamont West was a perfect three-for-three.

Phil Forte III led the Cowboys with 18 points and three rebounds. Leyton Hammonds had 17 points and eight rebounds. Jawun Evans had 15 points, a rebound and 11 assists.

Fellow starter Lucas N’Guessan and Lindy Waters III combined for five points.

Oklahoma State had 20 bench points. Jeffrey Carroll led these players with nine points, seven rebounds, an assist and a block.

They were seven-of-21 from three-point range. Forte III was four-of-seven from beyond the arc.


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