TUESDAY COLLEGE RESULTS/Oregon never trails in 87-45 homecourt win over Hampton


OREGON 87, Hampton 45

Portland State 77, PORTLAND 71

• The 10th-ranked Ducks never trailed as they ran their record to 6-1 with the win at Matthew Knight Arena.

And UO star forward Ruthy Hebard sat out with a sprained right ankle.

Oregon led 43-18 at the half, shooting 48.3 percent from the field and holding Hampton (2-4) to 21.9 percent.

After three quarters, the Ducks' lead was 67-29.

Leading the way in scoring for Oregon were junior forward Oti Gildon with a game-tops 20 points and freshman forward Satou Sabally with 18. Gildon also had a game-high 12 rebounds.

Standout Ducks guard Sabrina Ionescu had 13 points (two in the first half), along with 10 rebounds and six assists in 35 minutes (18 in the second half).

Senior guard Lexi Bando added 11 points but was 1 of 5 on 3-pointers.

For the game, the Ducks shot 47.7 percent from the floor, while the Pirates made 28.6 percent, going 3 of 26 from 3-point range to the Ducks' 7 of 22.

• At Chiles Center, the Vikings won the annual inner-city rivalry game with 45.1-percent field-goal shooting to 31.3 percent for the Pilots.

Five Viks, led by Sidney Rielly with 18 points, scored in double figures.

Julie Spencer led UP with 14 points and had 10 rebounds as the Pilots outscored PSU in the pain, 28-20.

But Portland never led by more than three points and played from behind most of the way, trailing by as many as 10 points in the second half.

The Vikings improved to 3-4, while Portland fell to 3-3.


PACIFIC LUTHERAN 78, Multnomah 66

Trey Fountain scored 18 points and Brett Blackstock had 15 for Multnomah in a nonleague loss at Tacoma, Washington.

The Lions fell to 2-5, while the Lutes improved to 3-2.

Multnomah stayed close, trailing 35-34 at halftime — despite shooting 3 of 19 from 3-point range and having no one score more than seven points. A 14-3 edge in points off turnovers helped the Lions.

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