Stanford 76, Oregon 72, at Stanford, Calif.

The Ducks have a week to prepare to play Civil War rival Oregon State, which took the first matchup of the teams on Jan. 3.

And, Oregon, a darling of the national scene in recent weeks, has some work to do, coming off consecutive losses in the Bay Area.

Rosco Allen had 25 points as the Cardinal beat the No. 11 Ducks, whose late rally fell short. Marcus Allen hit two free throws with three seconds left to seal the win for Stanford (12-11, 5-7 Pac-12).

The Ducks fell to 20-6 overall and 9-4 in Pac-12 play, after having entered the Thursday game against Cal with a six-game winning streak. The Bears routed the Ducks.

Tyler Dorsey had 14 points and Elgin Cook 11 against Stanford.

The Ducks and Beavers play at Matthew Knight Arena, 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 20.

California 83, Oregon State 71, at Berkeley, Calif.

Tres Trinkle had another strong game with 22 points, and the Beavers (15-9, 6-7) rallied to within one point in the second half but couldn’t overtake the Bears.

The Beavers trailed 67-61 near the end, but Cal took over to close out the game, finishing a sweep of the Oregon schools.

Jabari Bird had 23 points to lead four players in double figures for Cal (17-8, 7-5).

Gary Payton II had 10 points, five rebounds, four steals, two assists and a blocked shot for the Beavers, who had beaten Stanford two nights earlier.

Warner Pacific 76, Northwest Christian 72, at Bart Valentine Court

Taylor Young had 25 points and the Knights held the Luke Jackson-coached team to .388 shooting — .242 in the second half — to stay in the thick of the Cascade Collegiate Conference race.

The Knights moved to 19-8 overall and 14-4 in CCC play, still trailing Northwest Christian (23-5, 16-2) and Southern Oregon (22-5, 15-2).

Earl Jones added 15 points and De’Jon Bowman had 11 rebounds as the Knights won the battle of the boards.

Javonte Byrd had 19 points for Northwest Christian.

Weber State 87, Portland State 78, at Ogden, Utah

The Vikings (8-15, 4-8 Big Sky Conference) lost for the fifth time in six games, as the Wildcats improved to 18-7 overall and 10-2 in Big Sky play.

Weber State started hot, making 9 of 14 3-pointers in the first half and going 19 of 28 from overall (.679).

The Wildcats went 0-for-8 from 3-point land in the second half, cooling off but not giving up the lead. PSU climbed to within two points, but couldn’t take the lead; Weber State scored on its last eight possessions of the game.

Jeremy Senglin had 24 points and Joel Bolomboy added 19 points and 11 rebounds for the Wildcats.

Cameron Forte led PSU with 17 points and seven rebounds. Calaen Robinson added 15 points.

Concordia 80, Western Washington 76, at Cavalier Court

A game after being routed by 20 points by two-win Simon Fraser, the Cavaliers finished their home schedule with a nice Great Northwest Athletic Conference win.

The Cavaliers (7-6, 5-11 GNAC) made some free throws down the stretch to hold off WWU (14-11, 8-8).

Riley Hawken had 22 points on 9-of-15 shooting. Drew Martin had 15 points and 10 rebounds and Latrell Wilson 14 points.

Jeffrey Parker led WWU with 25 points.

Pacific Lutheran 66, Lewis & Clark 65, at Pamplin Sports Center

Brandon Lester had 28 points as the Lutes (16-7, 9-5 Northwest Conference) topped the Pioneers (9-13, 5-9), eliminating them from contention for the Northwest Conference tournament. They can’t finish in the top four of the league to make the tournament.

The Lutes held L&C leading scorer Jason Luhnow to nine points on 3-of-15 shooting. Cannen Roberson led the Pioneers with 12 points.

Corban 124, Multnomah 89, at Jim Skagen Court

The Lions set the NAIA national record for 3-point attempts in a game with 73, breaking the previous record of 70 by Wisconsin-Parkside against Lakeland in 1989.

But, the Lions’ 22 3-pointers made weren’t enough to stay close with Corban.

Multnomah fell to 4-22 overall and 1-17 in CCC play. Blake Updike had 22 points, making five 3-pointers, and Ben Grandle added 15 points, Thomas Simien 14 and Mikey Chown 12.

A.J. Monterossi led six Corban players in double figures with 25 points on 12-of-14 shooting.

Corban (14-11, 8-9) shot .631 (53 of 84) for the game and had 78 points in the paint, and outrebounded Multnomah 56-37.


Weber State 75, Portland State 58, at Stott Center

Cici West had 19 points and 16 rebounds for her 10th double-double, but the Vikings couldn't hold a lead.

The Vikings led 38-25 with 2:23 left in the first half, and 40-29 at halftime after shooting .500.

But it was a different story in the second half, as the Vikings slipped to .233 shooting and were outscored 46-18.

Deeshyra Thomas led Weber State (16-7, 8-4 Big Sky) with 19 points.

PSU slipped to 3-20 and 1-11.

Gonzaga 86, Portland 51, at Spokane, Wash.

The Bulldogs (17-9, 9-5 West Coast Conference) were too much for the Pilots (3-22, 1-13).

Jill Barta had 27 points and Gonzaga shot .554 from the field and dominated the boards, 37-20, and inside play.

Ellie Woerner and Kaylie Van Loo had 13 points each for UP.

Northwest Christian 64, Warner Pacific 57, at Bart Valentine Court

Monique Thompson, Niki Duncan and Chandler Gabrio each had 15 points as Northwest Christian (18-9, 13-5 CCC) beat the Knights (13-11, 8-10).

Daesha Jackson and Lindsay Loe had 11 points for WPC, which was outrebounded 46-26.

Montana State-Billings 65, Concordia, 45, at Billings, Mont.

Monica Grimsrud had 20 point as the home team moved to 17-7 and 13-3 in GNAC play with the big win.

The Cavaliers (5-19, 3-13) were led by Erin Higbie's 13 points.

Pacific Lutheran 71, Lewis & Clark 66, at Pamplin Sports Center

The Pioneers went cold in the fourth quarter (2-of-12 shooting), as they lost the lead and the game.

The Pios hits 8 of 12 3-pointers in the first half and led 43-35 at halftime.

Lewis & Clark fell to 2-21 overall and 1-13 in Northwest Conference play. Miyah Leith had 23 points. Natalie Kelly added 17 points and Ayisat Afolabi 15 points and 12 rebounds.

Sarah Barnes had 18 points for PLU (9-14, 5-9 Northwest Conference).

Corban 78, Multnomah 61, at Jim Skagen Court

Jade Lowery led four players in double figures with 23 points as the visitors shot .492 from the field to move to 16-11 overall and 11-7 in CCC play.

Miranda Schmillen had 18 points for the Lions (4-22, 2-16).

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