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No. 11 Beavers rout Duck women




Oregon State 60, Oregon 33, at Gill Coliseum

The 11th-ranked Beavers used suffocating defense to win the first of two Civil War games scheduled for the weekend.

OSU (11-3, 2-1 Pac-12) outscored Oregon 14-6 in the third quarter to take a 46-24 advantage. The Ducks’ only lead was 2-0.

The Beavers shot 42 percent from the field and held the Ducks to 22 percent. Oregon (11-3, 0-3) was 1 of 18 from 3-point range as OSU collected its 10th win in a row in the series.

The teams will meet again at noon Sunday at Matthew Knight Arena in Eugene.

Ruth Hamblin, OSU center, had 15 points (7 of 12 from the field) and nine rebounds.

For Oregon, Jillian Alleyne’s streak of 29 consecutive double-doubles came to an end, in part because of an injury that limited her second-half minutes. She wound up with a team-high 10 points and six rebounds.

Alleyne went down at the 2:22 mark of the third quarter after a scramble for a rebound, then was helped off the court, without putting pressure on her left leg before walking to the locker room. She returned in the fourth quarter, with the game even more out of reach.

Eastern Oregon 82, Warner Pacific 61, at C.C. Perry Gym

EOU won the opening quarter 31-11 en route to the Cascade Collegiate Conference victory at WPC.

Eastern Oregon improved to 6-1 in the league and 10-6 for the season, while Warner Pacific slipped to 5-2 and 10-3 overall.

Kyeli Hendryx had 12 points and Brett Larson 10 for the host Knights.

College of Idaho 73, Multnomah 61, at Jim Skagen Court

Miranda Schmillen scored 20 points, and Karissa Cox had 16, but the host Lions lost in CCC play at home.

C of I took the fourth quarter 16-6 to sew up its third conference win in seven games this season. C of I is 4-9 overall.

Multnomah is 3-12 overall, 1-6 in the CCC.

George Fox 59, Lewis & Clark 44, at Pamplin Sports Arena

The visiting Bruins jumped to a 19-9 lead after one quarter and a 43-16 edge at the half.

L&C, led by Miyah Leith’s 12 points, shot 27.3 percent from the field to GFU’s 31.6 percent.

George Fox raised its Northwest Conference record to 3-0, while Lewis & Clark dropped to 0-3. Overall, the Bruins are 12-0, L&C 1-11.

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    George Fox 76, Lewis & Clark 68, at Pamplin Sports Arena

    George Fox led 44-27 at intermission and then held on for the win.

    The Pioneers, who cut their deficit to four points, got 17 points from Markel Leonard and 15 from Carl Appleton.

    GFU is 4-8 overall, 1-2 in the NWC. L&C is 4-7, 0-3.

    Warner Pacific 91, Eastern Oregon 75, at C.C. Perry Gym

    The Knights, ranked No. 24 in NAIA Division II, got 20 points each from Kaxier Cannefax and Taylor Young and shot 52 percent from the field and won at home.

    Warner Pacific improved to 10-4 overall and 6-1 in the Cascade Collegiate Conference.

    Eastern Oregon is 7-10, 3-4 CCC.

    College of Idaho 94, Multnomah 59, at Jim Skagen Court

    C of I rolled to a 50-29 halftime advantage and CCC road triumph.

    Blake Updike had 14 points for MU. Jason Wyncoop added 12.

    Multnomah fell to 4-11 overall, 1-6 in the league, while C of I improved to 10-6, 5-2.