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SATURDAY COLLEGE RESULTS


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Pilots stun BYU, 84-81

Three guards combined to score 64 points — Alec Wintering had 22 points and Bryce Pressley and D'Marques Tyson had 21 each — as Portland beat BYU 84-81 in West Coast Conference play at the Chiles Center, which held a sellout crowd of 4,852.

Chase Fischer had 22 points for BYU.

The Pilots shot 45 percent from the field and hit 10 3-pointers.

The Pilots moved to 9-11 overall and 3-4 in WCC play after the win against the Cougars (13-6, 4-2).

It was UP's second win against BYU in 15 meetings — the other time was 114-110 at Chiles during the 2013-14 season. The victory came in front of members of the Pilots 1995-96' NCAA Tournament team that returned for a 20-year anniversary reunion.

Viks lose close one at home

Guard Ethan Telfair had 25 points, 11 rebounds and six assists as Idaho State beat Portland State 73-70 in Big Sky Conference play at the Stott Center.

Idaho State (7-10, 2-3 Big Sky) played effective zone defense in limiting Portland State (6-10, 2-3) to .313 shooting in the first half)

A 14-4 run drew PSU within 67-63, and Cameron Forte's three-point play with 1:37 left made it 71-68, but the Vikings couldn't get any points on the next three possessions.

Idaho State shot .517 from the field. The Vikings made only 6 of 28 3-pointers.

Isaiah Pineiro had 15 points for the Vikings, and added nine rebounds, three assists and three steals — in only 21 minutes, before fouling out. Freshman guard Armani Collins had 15 points.

Ben Wilson added 12 points and 10 rebounds for the Bengals.

Knights moved to 7-3 in CCC with win at Corban

Six players scored in double figures, led by De'Jon Bowman's 20 points, as Warner Pacific beat Corban 96-78 in Cascade Collegiate Conference play at Salem.

The Knights (11-7, 7-3 CCC) hit 24 of 34 shots in the first half and led by 58-33 at halftime. The lead would eventually reach 34 points.

Bowman hit 8 of 9 shots from the field, and added 12 rebounds. Collin Malcolm (14 points), Earl Jones (13), Xavier Cannefax and Taylor Young (11 each) and Keaton Bankoffer also had good scoring games.

Cyrus Ward scored 21 points for Corban (11-7, 5-5).

Cavaliers win in Canada

Although playing a one-win team, Concordia picked up a big Great Northwest Athletic Conference win at Burnaby, British Columbia, beating Simon Fraser 76-72.

Latrell Wilson led the Cavs (5-10, 3-5 GNAC) with 21 points. The Cavs shot .385 from the field, but it was the 22-of-27 free-throw shooting that made the difference against Simon Fraser (1-13, 0-8).

Tyler Gutierrez added 16 points and Drew Martin 14 points and 12 rebounds for the Cavaliers.

Oshea Gairey had 22 points for Simon Fraser.

Northwest Christian tops Multnomah

Northwest Christian, coached by former Oregon Ducks star Luke Jackson, beat Multnomah 103-83 in CCC play in Eugene.

The Lions (4-14, 1-9 CCC) hit 13 3-pointers, but the Beacons (16-4, 9-1) weren't going to be denied at home.

Blake Updike had 22 points and Thomas Simien had 18 points and eight rebounds for Multnomah. Ben Grandle hit a team-high four 3-pointers.

Omar Richards led Northwest Christian with 22 points.

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Pilots strong second-half not enough at BYU

Portland outscored BYU in the second half, but the Pilots had too much of a deficit to overcome, falling 78-66 in WCC play at Provo, Utah.

Ashley Gray and Darian Slaga had 16 points each for the Pilots (2-6, 0-7 WCC), who hit nine 3-pointers. The Pilots trailed 48-31 at halftime.

Lexi Rydalch led BYU (14-4, 6-1) with 23 points, Mackenzie Pulsipher had 17 and Kalani Purcell 14 points, 11 rebounds and eight assists.

Last-second misses mark, Viks lose

Idaho State beat Portland State 71-70 in Big Sky Conference play, but not before Corey James' shot missed the mark as time wound down at Pocatello, Idaho.

The Vikings trailed 21-9 early, and then outplayed the Bengals the rest of the way, and rallied from down 71-66 with 32 seconds left.

Pia Jurhar had a career-high 18 points, and added 10 rebounds. Kian McNair had 12 points. James had 15 rebounds.

PSU dropped to 2-14 overall and 0-5 in Big Sky play after the game against Idaho State (8-8, 1-4).

Multnomah loses on road

Northwest Christian had its way, offensively, including hitting 12 3-pointers, in beating Multnomah 78-45 at Eugene.

The Lions (3-15, 1-9 Cascade Collegiate Conference) lost as the Beacons (12-6, 8-2) won their eighth consecutive game.

Miranda Schmillen had 12 points and Sadie Jenks had three 3-pointers for Multnomah. Jenna Christenson had 12 points on four 3-pointers for Northwest Christian.

Corban tops visiting Warner Pacific

A 24-point second quarter gave Corban the lead, and it went on to beat Warner Pacific 69-58 at Salem.

Daesha Jackson led the Knights (11-5, 6-5 CCC) with 13 points. The Knights shot .333 from the field, making just 4 of 24 3-pointers.

Corban (10-9, 5-5) got 16 points from Payton Wilcox and 12 points and 12 rebounds from Sadie Pilgeram.

WRESTLING

Beavers top Wyoming, 32-7

No. 23 Oregon State got two early major decision wins and cruised to a 32-7 dual-meet victory against Wyoming at Gill Coliseum in Corvallis.

Ronnie Bresser beat Drew Templeman 12-4 at 125 pounds, followed by Joey Palmer beating Drake Foster 19-5 as the Beavs went ahead early.

Heavyweight Amarveer Dhesi capped the win with a 13-6 decision against Tanner Harms.

Cody Crawford and Seth Thomas had pins.