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Onyeaka dunks highlight Horizon's win

Updated: Tuesday, March 18 2014, 01:03 AM CDT

Posted by: Jason Bristol/James Tully

HARRISBURG -- Anthony Trautman scored a game-high 28 points and Charlie Parker collected another triple-double Sunday in the Harrisburg Horizon's 110-90 win over the Maryland Bayraiders at Manny Weaver Gym.

After leading by eight points at the half, Harrisburg (6-0) extended its lead to 19 when Trautman buried a three-pointer from the corner to make it 69-50.

Central Dauphin East graduate Kevin Onyeaka, a former player at Penn State, ended up with 18 points, including two loud slam-dunk finishes, and ten rebounds.

Charles Parker finished with fourth straight triple-double to keep his streak alive with 11 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists, his fourth-straight triple double. Forward Denzel Jackson, the Eastern Basketball Alliance's leading rebounder, added 17 boards and 11 points.

Harrisburg plays its final regular season home game on Sunday against Atlanta. On Saturday, the Horizon will face a group of Philadelphia Eagles players in a celebrity exhibition game at Bishop McDevitt High School, presented by Harrisburg native LeSean McCoy.

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Darnell Sneed has 35 points for the Bayraiders (0-3).

Onyeaka dunks highlight Horizon's win


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