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2013 CIS Final 8: #1 Carleton Ravens move closer to national record with easy win over #8 Victoria Vikes

Ottawa, ON (BasketballBuzz) — The defending champs needed no more than a quarter to dispatch the #8 seed Victoria Vikes on their way to an easy 83-46 opening victory at the 2013 CIS Men’s Final 8 championships at ScotiaBank Place.

The Ravens broken open a close first quarter that ended 19-16 in favor of Carleton by holding the Vikes scoreless for over 12 minutes while limiting the Canada West runner-ups to just 3 points in the second quarter.

Victoria shot only 7-for-32, 21% from the floor and 1-of-18 from threes in the opening half.

Clinton Springer-Williams scored 12 of his 15-points in the first-half and pulled down 7 rebounds.

Two-time MVP Phillip Scrubb barely broke a sweat adding 13 points, three rebounds and four assists in just 22 minutes.

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Head Coach Dave Smart emptied his bench for much of the second-half, allowing his upcoming talent to get some valuable minutes on the big stage as every Raven player over eight minutes.

For the Vikes their lone bright spot was Michael Acheampong who finished with 13 points and four rebounds. Tyrell Evans like the rest of Vikes player struggled but managed 8 points.

#1 Carleton Ravens will face the #5 seed Acadia Axemen in second national semi-final. The game will feature a rematch of last years quarter-finals.

Additionally, Acadia ended the Ravens championship streak back in 2008 on the same floor via a thrilling 82-80 OT victory, in what many consider to be one the best CIS Basketball games of all-time.

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