Rams extend streak to four wins By Rudy Roediger | November 20, 2012 | RSS MONTGOMERY, W.Va. – The Bluefield College men's basketball defeated West Virginia Tech, 102-92 Tuesday night at the Neal D. Baisi Center. Bluefield (4-1, 2-0 MSC) scored in tripple digits for the first time on the season as they won their fourth straight. Byron Carpenter led the Rams in scoring with 28 points but it was the coming-out for Deante Hallums who scored a career-high 23 points on a perfect 11-of-11 shooting -- finished the night with a career-high 14 rebounds and two blocks. The sophomore forward from Woodbridge, Va., came into the game averaging just 6.25 points per game and 7.5 rebounds. The defending NCCAA Men's Basketball Division I Student-Athlete of the Week Andrew Wilson and fellow guard Kearsten Marion each netted 19 points. Marion added six assists while Marion collected five rebounds and combined for 7-of-15 from 3-point land. WV Tech (7-3) came into the game receiving votes in the NAIA Men's Basketball Preseason Coaches Poll were led by Terrale Clark's game-high 31 points and 14 rebounds as they fell for the second time in their last three contests and the first at the Neal D. Baisi Center. The Rams are back in action on Friday and Saturday when they face Elizabeth City State (N.C.), and Claflin (S.C.) in Elizabeth City, N.C. Last season BC score 100 or more points four times while averaging 83.46 points per game.