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Bahamas Fades Late Against Kentucky | 10th Year Seniors
By RENALDO DORSETT The Bahamas National Select squad held gave the Kentucky Wildcats all they could handle through 30 minutes, but the visitors separated themselves late in the second half to win their Big Blue Bahamas Tour debut. The Wildcats won 85-61 last night in front of a crowd of 1290 fans at the Atlantis Resort's Imperial Arena. Mark St. Fort led the Bahamas with 14 points and was 3-6 from three-point range. Michael Carey scored 11, Kino Burrows had nine points and eight rebounds, Livingston Munnings had six points, eight rebounds, and two blocked shots and Michael Bain scored seven. Nick Richards led the Wildcats with 19 points, Tyler Herro had 16 off the bench, Keldon Johnson scored 11 and PJ Washington scored 10. The Wildcats won the rebounding battle by 12, scored 12 more second-chance point and 10 more points off the bench. Kentucky began the game on a 13-0 run, before Burrows finally ended the drought for the Bahamas with a three. A Richards jump-hook in the lane gave