By Duane Cochran
For the Times West Virginian
Fairmont State held off a second-half rally by Glenville State and recorded a 78-66 victory over the Pioneers on Monday evening at the Jesse R. Lilly Gymnasium.
The Falcons, who improved to 12-4 overall and to 10-2 in the WVIAC, used a 13-2 run during a 5:30-span late in the second half to regain control of the contest and record the win.
FSU was led by Isaac Thornton, who finished with a game-high 24 points and five rebounds, and Isaiah Hill, who chipped in 18 points and a team-high eight rebounds.
Glenville, which fell to 9-7 overall and to 5-6 in the league, got 19 points from Kevin Gray and 18 from D.J. Blanks.
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