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Wright State beats Youngstown State 66-59

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VALPARAISO, Ind. (AP) - Miles Dixon scored 14 points to lead four Wright State players in double figures and the third-seeded Raiders defeated Youngstown State 66-59 Friday night in the second round of the Horizon League tournament.

Wright State (20-11) will play No. 2 seed Detroit in Saturday's semifinals.

Jerran Young and AJ Pacher scored 13 points apiece and Reggie Arceneaux scored 11 for the Raiders.

Kamren Belin led all scorers with 20 points for the sixth-seeded Penguins (17-15). Damian Eargle had 13 points and eight rebounds and Kendrick Perry scored 11 points for Youngstown State.

The Raiders led 33-19 at halftime. Youngstown State got within three with 2½ minutes to play but Wright State wrapped it up at the free-throw line.

Youngstown State beat Loyola of Chicago in the first round on Tuesday.

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