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Georgi Boyanov scored five of his 18 points in the last 15 seconds as South Alabama held off a late charge to beat Troy 66-58 on Tuesday night

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TROY, Alabama — Georgi Boyanov scored five of his 18 points in the last 15 seconds as South Alabama held off a late charge to beat Troy 66-58 on Tuesday night.

Troy had a 31-25 halftime lead, but South Alabama used a 28-14 run to start the second half and led 53-45.

Troy's Jeremy Hollimon, who finished with 14 points, nailed a 3-pointer to close to 53-51. Boyanov answered with two free throws and scored six straight points to give South Alabama a 61-56 lead.

Troy's had a layup to pull to 61-58 with 44 seconds left. Boyanov responded with a trey and followed with a dunk to seal it.

Boyanov was 7 of 15 from the floor and grabbed 10 rebounds for the Jaguars (8-12, 3-6 Sun Belt Conference). Williams finished with 11 points and added 10.

Wesley Person had 15 points for Troy (6-14, 1-8).

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