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Area basketball: Whitworth women open NWC play with win over Willamette

UPDATED: Fri., Nov. 30, 2018

From staff reports

Jordan Smith poured in 24 points, and Whitworth opened Northwest Conference women’s basketball play Friday with a 74-69 win over Willamette at the Whitworth Fieldhouse.

Camy Aguinaldo added 13 points and seven assists for the Pirates (4-1), who won their fourth straight game. Madison Moffat chipped in 10 points and seven rebounds.

Drew Farmer notched 15 points and five assists, and Brittany Kochenderfer tallied 11 points and 16 boards for the Bearcats (3-4).

Washington 69, Seattle 58: Amber Melgoza totaled 29 points, and the Huskies topped the host Redhawks.

Melgoza made all 11 of her free-throw attempts and added six rebounds and five assists for UW (4-3). Missy Peterson scored 18 points, including 4-of-6 shooting on 3-pointers.

Kamira Sanders led Seattle (0-7) with 17 points, nine rebounds and six assists, while Madeline Dopplick added 13 points.

Men’s basketball

JR Delgado scored 25 and grabbed eight rebounds, and CC Spokane dropped Salish Kootenai 104-88 in the Bigfoot Classic at Spokane CC.

Asher Cox added 19 points, Garrett White had 18 points and Dedrick Pakootas scored 17 for the Sasquatch (4-0), who will face off against Clark Saturday in the semifinals. Edgar Najera added seven points, nine rebounds and nine assists.

Julian Jones netted 30 points to lead the Bison, while Louis Mohr scored 25.

North Idaho 107, Grays Harbor 88: Alphonso Anderson tallied 25 points and eight rebounds, Nate Pryor also scored 25 and the Cardinals rolled past the Chokers at the Coeur d’Alene Inn-vitational.

Emmitt Taylor scored 18 points on 5-of-8 3-point shooting and RayQuan Evans added 16 points, seven rebounds and five assists for NIC (5-0).

Cornelius Holifield and Cody Brimball both made five 3-pointers and finished with 18 points to pace Grays Harbor (3-2).

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