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WVC basketball: No. 2 men swept in Oregon

PENDLETON, Ore. — The Wenatchee Valley College men’s basketball team entered weekend play ranked No. 2 in the latest Northwest Athletic Conference coaches poll.

‘Daredevil’ Andrews brings UW first Pac-12 road victory

BOULDER, Colo. — With the game clock racing to zero and Wesley Gordon blocking his path to the basket, Andrew Andrews used a crossover dribble and hesitation move that froze the 6-foot-9 Colorado forward and created enough space to get off one final shot.

Gonzaga joins expanding analytics trend

SPOKANE — You don’t need a bunch of numbers to understand that Gonzaga has a pretty good basketball team. The eye test confirms as much.

Key 3-pointers lift Huskies to victory

SEATTLE — The star power in the courtside seats — Sonics legends Gary Payton and Shawn Kemp — overshadowed the action on the Alaska Airlines Arena floor Thursday.

WSU holds off Oregon for overtime win

PULLMAN — All week in practice leading into Thursday’s game DaVonte Lacy and his teammates joked about how they were going to score 100 points against Oregon, a team that likes to run as much as the Cougars.

Hawkinson steps up for surging Cougars

PULLMAN — It wasn’t supposed to happen that quickly for Josh Hawkinson. The prevailing theory was that he would need at least a couple more years to develop.

Buckeyes grind Ducks to halt

The speed was stopped. The tempo was trampled. The coolest team in college football was punched in its shiny, swoosh-adorned jaw.

AppleSox to begin 2015 season at home

WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee AppleSox will begin their 2015 season with a nonleague game against the San Francisco Seals at Paul Thomas Sr. Baseball Stadium on June 4.

WVC basketball earns pair of victories

WENATCHEE — Both Wenatchee Valley College basketball squads took big early leads in their Northwest Athletic Conference East Region openers Saturday against Spokane at Smith Gymnasium.

Gonzaga romps past San Francisco

SPOKANE — The inside game was productive with Przemek Karnowski maneuvering for 16 points. The outside game struck for a season-high 12 3-pointers.

Ducks prove they’re more than a ‘gimmick’ offense

DALLAS — Some may have snickered when Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston tried to tell reporters that the Rose Bowl could have gone either way. His point is understandable and one his coach Jimbo Fisher seemed to back up.