After trailing by six points in the second half, Virginia ran off a 20-6 streak and beat Davidson, 69-65, in the second game of the Hawaiin Airlines Silver-Sword Invitational tonight.

A bench-clearing brawl between Virginia's Tom Sheehey and Davidson's Chris Heineman resulted in the ejection of both with 12:48 left in the second half. Sheehey had scored six points, Heineman none. Both teams drew technical fouls.

The Cavaliers then went on their 20-6 run with Darrick Simms scoring eight points. His shot with 8:18 left put the Cavaliers ahead for good, 54-53.

Davidson stayed close, and Jerry Dorn's jumper with two minutes left cut it to 64-61. All the rest of the points in the game were scored from the foul line.

Jim Miller's 12 points led Virginia. Jim McConkey led Davidson with 11 points before fouling out with 53 seconds left.

After trading baskets at the start, the Cavaliers scored three straight baskets to take a 17-11 lead. But the Wildcats controlled the rest of the period and led at the half, 32-27. Virginia Beats Davidson, 69-65 By Bobby Command Special to The Washington Post

KEALAKUKUA, Hawaii, Nov. 25 -- After trailing by six points in the second half, Virginia ran off a 20-6 streak and beat Davidson, 69-65, in the second game of the Hawaiin Airlines Silver-Sword Invitational tonight.

A bench-clearing brawl between Virginia's Tom Sheehey and Davidson's Chris Heineman resulted in the ejection of both with 12:48 left in the second half. Sheehey had scored six points, Heineman none. Both teams drew technical fouls.

The Cavaliers then went on their 20-6 run with Darrick Simms scoring eight points. His shot with 8:18 left put the Cavaliers ahead for good, 54-53.

Davidson stayed close, and Jerry Dorn's jumper with two minutes left cut it to 64-61. All the rest of the points in the game were scored from the foul line.

Jim Miller's 12 points led Virginia. Jim McConkey led Davidson with 11 points before fouling out with 53 seconds left.

After trading baskets at the start, the Cavaliers scored three straight baskets to take a 17-11 lead. But the Wildcats controlled the rest of the period and led at the half, 32-27.