[Raleigh,NC] The Pitt Panthers losing streak is now extended to 6 games after the Panthers fell to the Wolfpack by 4 points on Saturday.Despite a 24 point effort from  freshman guard   after school with help on homework click here follow link sample research paper on william shakespeare meaning of social work research viagra cialis levitra vergleich essay bill of rights essays on friends see url what does a compare and contrast thesis look like go viagra sign up viagra viagra find ago edinburgh hours thesis theme logo essay on problems faced by women in society go how to write a critical analysis essay assignment by operation of law pistol pete maravich homework basketball drills english coursework romeo and juliet international law dissertation sex pills generic cialis boost viagra https://chanelmovingforward.com/stories/custom-dissertation-ghostwriting-services-for-mba/51/ click here https://thejeffreyfoundation.org/newsletter/the-crucible-newspaper/17/ buy extended essay online thesis writing format philippines what works best with viagra chegg homework help membership cost https://explorationproject.org/annotated/can-we-use-it-in-essay/80/ https://www.carrollkennelclub.org/phrasing/graduate-admissions-essays-donald-asher-pdf-download/6/ Au’Diese Toney in his 35 minutes of playing time the blue and gold could not prevail. Coach Jeff Capel’s young panthers came out shooting pretty well in the first half knocking down 46% of their shots from the floor and a blistering 75% from beyond the arc.


Toney did get help from fellow Freshman Justin Champagnie (10 points) and Sophomore Guard Xavier Johnson (13 points); meanwhile chipped in with 10 points off the bench. All that said the Wolf pack still held off the young cats from Pittsburgh. The recipe for success for North Carolina State was balanced scoring with the help of 21 turnovers from Pitt.


Leading the way for the team from Raleigh was 16 points from C.J. Bryce and Jericole Hellems. DJ Funderburk added 14 points and Manny Bates finished with 13 helping  N.C. State improve to 18 wins and 11 loses on the year. The Panthers latest set back leaves the young Panthers at 15 and 15 at this point of the season. Up next for Pitt is a trip to Atlanta to play Georgia Tech.

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T.A. Jones
Urban Media Today Sports


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