FRIDAY LOCAL SPORTS NEWS/Oregon rolls USC, Oregon State sinks UCLA in road games; OSU's Rutschman honored; Multnomah men win in OT; Beaver wrestlers win


Oregon 93, USC 53

The fifth-ranked Ducks dominated from the outset at Galen Center in Los Angeles, improving to 14-1, 3-0 in the Pac-12.

The Trojans, missing two injured starters, fell to 10-5, 0-4 in conference games.

Satou Sabally had 26 points and seven rebounds for Oregon. The sophomore made 5 of 9 from 3-point range.

Also for the Ducks, Sabrina Ionescu had 17 points and seven assists, and Ruthy Hebard got 12 points and eight rebounds.

The Ducks shot 54 percent, including 13 of 29 from behind the arc (44.8 percent).

Oti Gildon had 10 points and five rebounds off the Oregon bench, and freshman guard Taylor Chavez made 4 of 6 3's and scored all of her career-high 14 points in the second half.

Oregon led by 12 after one quarter, by 23 at halftime and by 36 after three quarters.

Oregon State 83, UCLA 73

At Pauley Pavilion, Destiny Slocum had 22 points and eight assists and Mikayla Pivec had 21 points and seven rebounds to lead the visiting Beavers past the Bruins.

The 10th-ranked Beavers improved to 13-2, 3-0 in Pac-12 play. UCLA is 9-7, 2-2.

The game was competitive throughout, but the Beavers maintained control with hot shooting. Oregon State shot 56 percent, including 44.4 percent on 3-pointers. UCLA shot 38.8 percent and made 4 of 16 3-pointers.

Taya Corosdale had 13 points and nine rebounds for OSU. Joanna Grymak added 12 points and two blocked shots.

Michaela Onyenwere led three Bruins in double figures with 24 points.

WARNER PACIFIC 76, College of Idaho 59

A big second half carried the Knights to the home-court Cascade Collegiate Conference win. Warner Pacific used a 23-11 third quarter to build a 12-point lead.

Bailey Allen had 16 points and five assists for the Knights, who had four players score in double figures. Gabriella Bruno and Kendyl Cone each scored 12 points, and Darbi Pink had 11.

Warner Pacific is 9-6, 5-3 in conference play. College of Idaho, which had won four games in a row, is 8-8 and 6-4.

C of I turned over the ball 30 times for 19 Warner Pacific points.

Eastern Oregon 77, MULTNOMAH 57

The Mountaineers took charge early in the Cascade Collegiate Conference game and led by 25 points at halftime at Multnomah.

Milan Woods, Sequoia Wheeler and Erykah Campbell each scored 12 points for the Lions (9-9, 5-5).

Maya Ah You Dias had 27 points and 10 rebounds as Eastern Oregon improved to 14-2, 8-0 CCC.

PACIFIC LUTHERAN 59, Lewis & Clark 35

The Lutes pulled away in the second half for the win at Tacoma, Washington.

Delsie Johnson and Tori Eichten scored 10 points apiece for the Pioneers, who fell to 2-12, 1-4 in the Northwest Conference.

PLU is 10-3 and 3-2.


MULTNOMAH 93, Eastern Oregon 86 (OT)

Justin Martin scored 13 of his 30 points in overtime to lift the Lions to the home-floor win over the Mountaineers.

Multnomah is 11-7, 4-4 in the Cascade Collegiate Conference. EOU is 10-9, 5-3.

Martin hit two 3-pointers and had eight points in the first 1:37 of overtime to set the tone.

Multnomah's Brett Blackstock scored inside in the closing seconds of regulation to send the game to overtime tied at 75.

Martin also finished with 10 assists, three steals and five rebounds. Andy Brown scored 22 points for the Lions, and Ben Grandle hit 6 of 14 3-pointers and had 20 points.

College of Idaho 75, WARNER PACIFIC 57

At Bart Valentine Court, the Yotes built a 16-point halftime lead and improved to 18-2, 7-1 in the Cascade Collegiate Conference. College of Idaho is ranked second in the NAIA Division II coaches' poll and got points from 11 players, led by 16 from Gibson Berryhill.

Collin Malcolm led Warner Pacific with 17 points and nine rebounds. The Knights are 11-7, 3-5.

PACIFIC LUTHERAN 85, Lewis & Clark 79

A late 8-0 run keyed the Lutes win in the Cascade Collegiate Conference game at Tacoma, Washington.

Zeke Crawford had 15 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Pioneers, who had four players scored in double figures, and Kody Kennedy had six assists.

Lewis & Clark is 0-5 in Northwest Conference games and 4-10 overall. PLU is 6-7, 3-2.

Trailing by 13 with 14 minutes left, the Pioneers took a 73-72 lead with 4:43 remaining. But the Lutes responded with an 8-0 run.


• Oregon State junior catcher Adley Rutschman has won the Richard "Dick" W. Case Award as USA Baseball's top player in 2018.

Rutschman played nine games with USA Baseball's college national team, batting .355 with five doubles after being named Most Outstanding Player at the College World Series.

The Sherwood native is the 12th college player to receive the award, which is named for the founding executive director of USA Baseball.


Oregon State 27, NORTHERN COLORADO 12

At Greeley, Colorado, the Beavers won seven of the 10 matches to improve to 2-3 in dual meets.

Third-ranked Ronnie Bresser took an 11-5 decision over 17th-ranked Rico Montoya at 125 pounds in one of the featured bouts.

OSU's Grant Willits (141) won by fall, fourth-ranked Amar Dhesi (285) posted a technical fall and Colt Doyle (174) earned a major decision.

Keegin Calkins (133), Hunter Willits (157) and Jamarcus Grant (197) posted decisions for the Beavers.


• Former University of Oregon golfer Wyndham Clark shot a 2-under-par 68 on Friday in the second round of Sony Open but did not make the cut. Clark, who got hot on the front nine and cracked the top 20, was 1-under after 36 holes, and the cut was at minus-2.

Matt Kuchar (14-under) leads the tournament at Wai'alae Country Club in Honolulu. He was one stroke ahead of Andrew Putnam after Friday's play.

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