April Cook scored 19 points and KiKi Moore added 18 in a losing cause as Boise State beat Washington State 68-64 in the championship game of the Lady Rebel Roundup in Las Vegas on Sunday.
Jazmine Perkins pulled down a career-high 13 rebounds for the Cougars (2-3), and Rosie Tarnowski also recorded a career high with 10 rebounds.
•The Gonzaga women’s basketball team had its four-game winning streak snapped with a 105-74 loss to No. 2 Stanford in Stanford, Calif.
Janelle Bekkering scored 18 points, Heather Bowman and Katelan Redmon each scored 15 and Courtney Vandersloot added 10 for the Bulldogs (4-2). Vandersloot also had her third game with double digits in assists, recording 12.
The Cardinal have won 32 straight games at home.
•Chene Cooper hit two free throws with eight second left to seal the victory as Eastern Washington held off Memphis 58-54 at the Husky Classic in Seattle.
Cooper scored 17 points in 19 minutes for the Eagles (4-2). Tatjana Sparavalo had 11 points and five rebounds and Brianne Ryan added nine points and a team-leading seven boards.
•Idaho’s offense came to life in its first win of the season, a 90-66 victory over Louisiana-Lafayette at the World Vision Classic in Waco, Texas.
Shaena Kuehu scored a career-high 20 points to lead the Vandals (1-5). Rachele Kloke and Yinka Olorunnife each added 19. Idaho shot 53.3 percent from the field.
Head coach Jon Newlee missed the game due to illness, and associate head coach Gavin Petersen filled in on the bench.
•Whitworth fell behind by 20 points at halftime and couldn’t recover in an 80-59 loss to Morningside at the Colorado College Thanksgiving Classic in Colorado Springs, Colo.
Leah Pomante scored 13 points and Kim Bluff added 12 to pace the Pirates (2-2)
•Sara Mosiman missed a 3-pointer as time expired as Sacramento State held off Washington 74-71 in the finale of the Husky Classic in Seattle.
Sami Whitcomb led the Huskies (2-3) with 21 points.
Community Colleges of Spokane beat Peninsula 85-76 at the Red Devil Classic in Longview.
Matt Foster scored with 6:42 left in the third period to cap a comeback from a three-goal deficit as the Kimberly Dynamiters beat the Spokane Braves 4-3 at Eagles Ice-A-Rena.
Ryan Hadley-Schaal, Patrick Donland and Dylan Tappe scored in the first period as the Braves opened a 3-0 lead.
University of Washington’s Kendra Schaaf won the Canadian Cross County Championships in Guelph, Ontario, on Saturday, and UW teammate Anita Campbell finished fourth.
Schaaf and Campbell earned spots on the Canadian national team that will compete at the world championships in March.
Schaaf finished the 7-kilometer course in 23 minutes, 21 seconds. Campbell finished in 24 minutes, 8 seconds.