by: COURTESY OF CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY - Kelly Huey scored 18 points Tuesday to lead Concordia to a homecourt victory over Corban.TUESDAY SUMMARY

• Concordia guard Kelly Huey's last-second, driving, banked-in layup gave the Cavaliers a 64-62 home win over Corban.

The Cavs never trailed, but Corban's Jade Lowery tied the score on a 3-pointer with 13 seconds to go.

•  Northwest Christian outscored host Warner Pacific 38-18 in the final 15:11 to win 79-67.

• Linfield knocked off Lewis & Clark 82-71 at Pamplin Sports Center. It was the Wildcats' first win over the Pioneers in five years.

  • Cavaliers win third in a row

    Concordia's third consecutive victory came on a last-second drive down the lane by Kelly Huey, a 5-6 senior guard from San Francisco, as the Cavs stopped visiting Corban 64-62.

    Huey, whose two free throws with 28 seconds left gave Concordia a 62-59 lead, scored 12 of her team-high 18 points in the second half.

    Caitlyn McCutcheon, Concordia's 6-2 junior center from St. Mary's Academy, got her eighth double-double of the season (13 points, team-high 12 rebounds).

    Freshman Lexi Campbell had 12 points for the Cavs.

    Concordia's largest lead was 11 points midway through the first half.

    The Cavs improved to 4-9 in the Cascade Collegiate Conference going into a Friday game at Northwest University.

    The CCC standings through Tuesday:

    Eastern Oregon 11-3, Oregon Tech and Southern Oregon 10-5, College of Idaho 9-5, Northwest 8-6, Evergreen 7-7, Corban 6-8, Concordia 4-9, Northwest Christian 3-11, Warner Pacific 2-11.

  • Warner Pacific can't hold on

    Northwest Christian outshot Warner Pacific from the field, 48.9 percent to 31.5 percent to win 79-67 at WPC.

    Jordan Wilcox (12 points) and Megan Tullis (10) led Warner Pacific, which led by eight early in the second half after playing the Beacons to a 37-37 draw through 20 minutes.

    The Knights' next game is Friday at Evergreen.

  • Pios fall to Wildcats

    Linfield, down 44-27 at the half, beat Lewis & Clark for the first time in the last nine tries.

    The visiting Wildcats held the Pioneers to 27 points in the second half and shot 63 percent from the field after intermission to claim their 82-71 Northwest Conference victory.

    Linfield improved to 3-8 in the NWC and 7-13 overall, while L&C fell to 5-6, 10-10.

    Taylor Solomon scored 21 points and made five 3-pointers for the 'Cats, and Kaely Maltman added 17 points and 13 rebounds.

    Tayler Wang led the Pios with 20 points, and Sarah Anderson came off the bench for 13.

    L&C is fifth in the nine-team league, and Linfield is sixth. The Pioneers trail fourth-place Puget Sound (7-6) by two games. The top four regular-season finishers make the playoffs.

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