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Sam Lees converted 13 of 14 shots from the field en route to 26 points, and No. 21 Whitworth defeated Pacific 94-75 in a Northwest Conference men’s basketball game Saturday.
Backup quarterback Connor Johnson rushed for three touchdowns, and Whitworth closed the game with a 24-0 run to defeat Pacific 38-28 Saturday to conclude the regular season.
Under the rented lights for the last time this season at the Pine Bowl, the Whitworth football team wrapped up its final practice Thursday.
Whitworth won at the Fieldhouse for the second night in a row, beating the Boxers 123-98 in a Northwest Conference game Saturday, matching the school’s single-game record for points.
After striking early and often the last three games, the Whitworth offense didn’t look like itself early on against Pacific on Saturday.
Two-thirds through their nine-game schedule, the 14th-ranked Whitworth Pirates enter Saturday’s home game against Pacific in position to all but clinch the Northwest Conference title.
Ben College and Garrett Hull combined for 39 points Friday to lead a balance attack as Whitworth stormed past Pacific 89-67 in Northwest Conference men’s basketball play in Forest Grove, Oregon.
This was no time for complacency. Three days before a date with the No. 1 team in the land, Whitworth could have looked past Pacific on Saturday night.
A 10-point swing over a 30-second span at the end of the third quarter proved to be the difference for visiting Whitworth in a 30-20 win at Pacific University in a Northwest Conference football game on Saturday afternoon.
Whitworth is looking for its third consecutive win when the Pirates head to Forest Grove, Oregon, on Saturday to face the Pacific Boxers.
Tessa Matthews went 3 for 3 with three runs batted in to power the Whitworth Pirates (19-5, 10-2) to a 6-4 victory over the Pacific Boxers (5-18, 3-10) and a sweep of their Northwest Conference doubleheader on Monday in Forest Grove, Oregon.
Starting conference play 1-2 can be frustrating for any team. Especially so for Whitworth, which has lost as many Northwest Conference tilts in the first three games of the season than the last two seasons combined.
No. 1 Whitworth shook off a shaky first half and raced away in the second half Saturday night for an 84-57 pounding of Pacific (Ore.) to earn the Pirates’ 20th win of the season.
The Pirates come into Saturday’s Northwest Conference football game against Pacific in the Pine Bowl after a crushing 52-10 defeat at No. 2 Linfield. The Boxers, which lost 77-10 to the same Wildcats on Oct 10, had a come-from-behind 29-24 win last week against Willamette.
San Francisco finally figured out Gonzaga’s David Bigelow and parlayed it into a 4-3 victory Monday at GU and a 2-1 margin in the rain-interrupted West Coast Conference-opening baseball series. Bigelow, Gonzaga’s senior relief pitcher, ran a no-hit streak to 92/3 innings by retiring the side in order in the sixth, seventh and eighth before the Dons got to him to snap a 3-3 tie.
The No. 21 Whitworth men sent out two seniors in style Saturday night by dominating Pacific (Oregon) in an 89-50 shellacking that marked the Pirates’ 20th win of the basketball season. The game actually started as a draw, but the Boxers (11-12, 6-8 Northwest Conference) never led and really never challenged after about 3 minutes into the game.
The No. 19 Whitworth women’s basketball team overcame a halftime deficit on senior night and shot its way to a 66-58 win Saturday over Pacific at the Whitworth Fieldhouse. Perhaps still stinging from their 53-52 overtime loss Friday to No. 3 George Fox, the Pirates came out cold and Pacific raced to an 8-0 lead before KC McConnell finally got a shot to fall.
The Whitworth women’s basketball team is facing the biggest game of the year as No. 3 George Fox comes to Spokane tonight to dance with the No. 19 Pirates on their home turf.
Bobby Ladiges ran for 141 yards and three touchdowns and Kamana Pimental added 123 yards on the ground and a score as Pacific beat Whitworth 29-15 in a Northwest Conference game Saturday in Forest Grove, Oregon.
Bryan Peterson passed for a career-high 354 yards and three touchdowns to guide the Whitworth Pirates (5-0, 1-0) to a 28-25 victory over the Pacific Boxers (1-3, 0-1) in a Northwest Conference opener Saturday in Forest Grove, Ore.