SAN ANTONIO — Southeastern put three players in double-figures, but was unable to hold onto a halftime lead in a 75-66 loss to Central Missouri on Saturday night.

SAN ANTONIO — Southeastern put three players in double-figures, but was unable to hold onto a halftime lead in a 75-66 loss to Central Missouri on Saturday night.


The loss is the third-straight for the Savage Storm who slip to 4-3 on the season as they return to Great American Conference play next time out with a 7:30 p.m. matchup with Arkansas Tech on Thursday in Russellville, Ark.


Urald King led all scorers with 20 points on 7-of-11 shooting with a 6-of-8 night at the free throw line.


Quinton Threadgill added 18 points on the strength of four threes, while Taylor Smaller chipped in 15 points with three long-range buckets.


However, SOSU got little help off the bench with just three points from non-starters as the trio of double-digit scorers combined for 53 of the team’s 66 points.


King led all rebounders as well with seven boards, while Smaller added six and the Storm held a 29-to-26 edge on the boards as a team.


Smaller and Threadgill each dished out a team-best five assists.