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Area roundup: Whitworth women’s basketball wins behind duo’s 50 combined points

Camy Aguinaldo scored 26 points and Grace Douglas had 24 with 12 rebounds and Whitworth handed East Texas Baptist its first loss, 72-66, on Sunday in Marshall, Texas.

Douglas made six and Aguinaldo five of the Pirates’ 12 3-pointers.

The Pirates (6-3) and Tigers (7-1) were tied with 4:22 to go but the Whitworth went on a 10-2 run capped by a Douglas’ 3-pointer to lead 65-57 with 1:45 left then made 7 of 10 free throws to seal the win.

Purdue 65, Eastern Washington 40: The Eagles (4-6) turned the ball over 25 times leading to 31 Boilermaker points in a loss at West Lafayette, Indiana.

Delaney Hodgins scored 16 points but EWU only shot 28 percent and were outscored by Purdue (7-5) in the fourth quarter 22-7.

North Carolina 90, Washington 78: Amber Melgoza scored a career-high 25 points for the Huskies (5-5) but the Tar Heels (9-2) shot 58 percent in taking the victory in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

Grays Harbor 84, CC Spokane 80 (OT): The Sasquatch (6-2) made 10 3-pointers but fell to the Chokers (8-1) in an NWAC Crossover in Aberdeen, Washington. Jessica Olson scored 22 points and Rose Mongoyak and Shania Graham 17 each for CCS with Graham hitting five 3-pointers.

Men’s basketball

Olympic 95, CC Spokane 90: The Sasquatch (9-3) rallied from a 14-point deficit with six minutes left to get within three points with 17 seconds to go but the Rangers (8-2) held on for the win at an NWAC Crossover in Vancouver, Washington.

Cameron Gay made a 3-pointer with a half-minute left then added another bucket as the Sasquatch closed to 93-90 but Olympic hit a pair of free throws and another Gay 3-point try missed with seven seconds remaining.

Dedrick Pakootas had four 3-pointers and 22 points for CCS with Cesar Sandoval adding 18, Lamar Harris 14 with nine rebounds and JR Delgado 12 points for CCS.

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