No. 2 seed Wake, plagued by foul trouble, makes early exit

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) -- Justin Gray scored all of his 18
points in the first half to help Wake Forest beat Mars Hill 96-63
on Saturday night in the Demon Deacons' second and final exhibition

Eric Williams added 15 points, Kyle Visser had 13, and Cameron
Stanley and Harvey Hale added 12 each for Wake Forest, which led
56-30 at halftime.

Walt Baxley led Mars Hill with 22 points, including 10-of-10
from the free throw line.

Wake Forest will open the regular season Thursday night against
Mississippi Valley State.