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SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) – Freshman Kevin Pangos tied the school
record with nine 3-pointers and finished with 33 points to lead No.
22 Gonzaga to an 89-81 win over Washington State. Pangos, a guard
from Newmarket, Ontario, was 9 of 13 from 3-point range. He tied
the record set by Dan Dickau, who hit nine 3s twice. Brock Motum
had 17 points for Washington State, which trailed by 20 points in
the second half and got as close as three points.

CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP) – Jared Cunningham had 17 points and Joe
Burton and Devon Collier added 14 each as Oregon State rolled to a
93-60 win against West Alabama at the TicketCity Legends Classic.
The Beavers scored the game’s first six points en route to a 25-8
lead. They led by as many as 31 in the first half and 58-33 at
halftime. Oregon State forced 13 turnovers in the half and shot 21
of 33 from the field, including 5 of 11 3-pointers.

MOSCOW, Idaho (AP) – Deremy Geiger scored 19 points and hit five
3-pointers as Idaho beat Concordia, Ore., 77-61 last night. Stephen
Madison added 15 points and Kyle Barone had a double-double of 11
points and 10 rebounds for the Vandals. Landon Tatum scored 10
points. Idaho dominated the boards, outrebounding the Cavaliers
44-31. Concordia was limited to seven rebounds in the second half.

SEATTLE (AP) – Terrence Ross scored 13 of his 24 points in the
first half, and Washington used big runs at the end of the first
half and beginning of the second to rout Portland 93-63 yesterday
in the final game of the World Vision Basketball Classic. The
Huskies, who were on the fringe of cracking The Associated Press
Top 25 this week, closed out the three-day tournament with their
most impressive effort. Washington stayed undefeated at 3-0.

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