Carlyle uses late bucket, turnovers to slip past Vandals

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By Andrew Harner

VANDALIA – When Austin Durbin dashed into the lane to grab an offensive rebound and turn it into a second-chance layup with 5:07 left in Saturday’s game, it was enough for Carlyle coach Andy Palmer to call a timeout and regroup his team.

That basket was the signature for Durbin in the best game of his career, but three turnovers by the Vandals in the final 1:08 allowed the Indians to sneak away with a 50-46 win after Durbin’s bucket gave Vandalia a five-point lead.

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