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MORAGA, Calif. (AP) – Matthew Dellavadova hit five 3-pointers on
the way to 26 points and also dished out six assists, and Saint
Mary’s pulled off a rare rout of No. 21 Gonzaga with an 83-62 win
last night in a matchup of the West Coast Conference’s fiercest
rivals. Brad Waldow added 17 points and 10 rebounds and Stephen
Holt had 13 points and six assists for the Gaels.
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) – Kyle Fogg had 23 points and scored on a
hard drive in overtime that nearly set off a brawl, lifting Arizona
to a hard-fought 81-73 win over Oregon State. Oregon State forced
overtime after Ahmad Starks scored 10 of his 14 points in the final
3:16 of regulation. Arizona took control in overtime, going up six
after a rebound slam by Nick Johnson and Fogg’s drive with 1:15
left. Fogg ran into Oregon State’s Jared Cunningham while
celebrating the basket, setting off a near melee that had players
from both teams pushing each other.
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) – Devoe Joseph scored 15 points to lead four
Oregon players in double figures, and the Ducks used a surge midway
through the second half to beat Arizona State 67-58 last night.
Trent Lockett scored a season-high 23 points for the Sun Devils,
one off his career best. Tony Woods added 12 points, E.J. Singler
11 and Garret Sim 10 for Oregon.
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) – Kayla Standish scored 20 points, including
the first 10 of the game, and No. 23 Gonzaga rolled to an 87-52 win
over San Francisco on Thursday night for the Bulldogs’ 10th
straight win. Gonzaga which has won 34 straight league games, also
got 14 points from freshman Sunny Greinacher, 12 from Katelan
Redmon and 10 from Haiden Palmer.
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