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SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) – Freshman Kevin Pangos scored 27 points and
Gonzaga beat No. 16 Saint Mary’s 73-59 to avenge an earlier loss to
the West Coast Conference leader. The win kept alive the hopes of
Gonzaga to win its 12th regular season title in a row, the
second-longest streak in Division 1 history. Rob Sacre and Gary
Bell Jr. each added 12 points for Gonzaga.
EUGENE, Ore. (AP) – Reserve Carlos Emory scored 16 points and
Oregon knocked off Washington with a resounding 82-57 victory.
Garrett Sim, E.J. Singler and Devoe Joseph all added 13 points for
the Ducks who pulled within one game of the Huskies in the
conference standings. Tony Wroten scored 14 points to lead
Washington, which had won five in a row and eight of nine.
CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP) – Brock Motum had 24 points and nine
rebounds to lead Washington State to an 83-73 win over Oregon State
last night. D.J. Shelton added 14 points for the Cougars who had
lost three of their previous four games. Jared Cunningham had 33
points and six rebounds for Oregon State. The Beavers got as close
as nine in the closing minutes.
PROVO, Utah (AP) – Kim Parker had 16 points and BYU scored 20
straight in the second half to rout No. 19 Gonzaga 70-40 last
night. Jennifer Hamson added 14 points and Kristen Riley had 11
points and 10 rebounds for the Lady Cougars. Haley Steed had eight
points and 10 assists to move into fourth all-time on the school’s
career assist list.
SEATTLE (AP) – Jazmine Davis led all scorers with 27 points,
helping Washington hang on for a 72-69 win over Oregon. Regina
Rogers added 15 points and 10 rebounds for Washington, and Kellie
McCann-Smith scored 12 points. Amanda Johnson led Oregon with 26
points and 12 boards. Washington went up by as many as 15 in the
second half before holding off the Ducks.
PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) – Thais Pinto scored 12 points and Oregon
State defeated Washington State 51-39 last night despite making
just 1 of 24 3-point shots. Sage Indendi added 10 points for the
Beavers, who shot 32 percent overall from the floor. Sage Romberg
led Washington State with 11 points and 11 rebounds. Washington
State shot 12 percent in the second half.
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