MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- — Cameron Christon had a career-high 24 points as Grambling State got past Alabama State 66-49 on Saturday.
The game was the Southwestern Athletic Conference opener for both teams and the first game this season for Alabama State.
Cameron Woodall had 12 points for Grambling State (3-5, 1-0). Tra’Michael Moton added seven assists and seven steals.
D.J. Heath scored nine points as did Kenny Strawbridge, who also grabbed eight rebounds for the Hornets (0-1, 0-1). Brandon Battle grabbed nine rebounds. Jordan O’Neal had seven rebounds and four blocks.
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