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Ohio loses 20-point lead, holds on to beat Toledo 81-79

TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) Kenny Kaminski scored 22 points as Ohio lost a 20-point second-half lead but held on to beat Toledo 81-79 on Tuesday night.

Toledo was trailing 79-77 with 19 seconds left when Nathan Boothe drove the right baseline for a layup. Ohio’s Antonio Campbell stripped the ball away for a steal as Boothe was going up. Jordan Lauf then fouled Treg Setty who made two free throws for an 81-77 lead.

Toledo’s Jaelan Sanford was fouled as he missed a 3-point attempt with six seconds left. He made the first two and missed the third. Lauf grabbed the rebound and kicked the ball out to Jonathan Williams who missed a trey with two seconds left.

Campbell added 15 points, and Setty and Jaaron Simmons had 12 apiece for Ohio (12-7, 3-4 Mid-American Conference). Simmons also had 17 assists.

Boothe and Williams scored 21 points apiece for Toledo (12-8, 3-4).

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