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Pac-12 basketball: No. 11 Oregon topples Stanford for 16th consecutive win

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Oregon guard Jordan Bell tries to pass the ball between Stanford’s Marcus Allen (15) and Michael Humphrey (10) during the first half Saturday.
(Steve Dykes / Getty Images)

Chris Boucher had 16 points and 10 rebounds, Dylan Ennis scored 15 and No. 11 Oregon rolled to a 69-52 victory over Stanford on Saturday at Eugene, Ore. 

With preseason All-America forward Dillon Brooks on the bench and his left leg in a boot to protect a sprained foot, the Ducks (18-2, 7-0 Pac-12) broke a 104-year-old school record with their 16th consecutive win and 38th in a row at home. 

Jordan Bell and Tyler Dorsey each had 11 points for Oregon, which overcame 19 turnovers by shooting 11 of 25 from three-point range and outrebounding Stanford, 40-29. 

The Ducks, who led by as many as 25 late in the game, have won their last six games by an average of 24.3 points.

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California 69, at Oregon State 58: Ivan Rabb had 18 points and eight rebounds as the Golden Bears handed the Beavers their seventh straight loss . 

Charlie Moore added 15 for Cal, (14-6, 5-3 Pac-12), which led by as many as 14 points after a close first half. Jabari Bird and Grant Mullins each added 12 for the Bears, who have won four of their last five games. 

Drew Eubanks had 22 points and 10 rebounds for Oregon State (4-16, 0-7). Stephen Thompson Jr. added 19 points for his 13th straight game in double figures.

Utah 94, at Washington 72: Devon Daniels darted through Washington’s defense for a career-high 24 points while Lorenzo Bonam also had a career-high 24 points to help the Utes pull away for the win. 

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Daniels continued his strong freshman season by dribbling around and through the Huskies, getting to the rim with ease and finishing his chances. Daniels was 10-of-13 shooting, topping his previous high of 19 in the Runnin’ Utes loss at Xavier last month.

Bonam took over for stretches of the second half, surpassing his previous career-best of 21 points set earlier this season against UC Riverside. Bonam made 10 of 12 shots as Utah (14-5, 5-2 Pac-12) shot 68% in the first half and 60% for the game. Markelle Fultz led Washington (9-10, 2-5) with 30 points, but the Huskies lost for the third time in four games. 

at Washington State 91, Colorado 89: Charles Callison scored a career-high 30 points and had five steals, as the Cougars put a four-game losing streak to rest and kept the Buffaloes winless in conference play. 

Ike Iroegbu hit a contested layup to give Washington State a two-point lead with 10.5 seconds left in overtime after Derrick White’s jumper put Colorado up two with 1:52 left. White’s two free throws with 7.2 seconds left in regulation sent the game into the extra period.

Iroegbu finished with 20 points and eight boards. Teammate Hawkinson had 18 points. White paced Colorado with 25 points, six assists and five rebounds.

SOUTHLAND

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at Santa Clara 64, Loyola Marymount 63: Jared Brownridge hit a long three-point shot with 2.7 seconds remaining to give the Broncos (11-10, 5-3 West Coast Conference) the victory. The winning shot by Brownridge, who scored 25 points, was the first field goal for the Broncos since the 6:47 mark when they led 58-53. The Lions (9-10, 5-3) committed 14 turnovers in the second half.

at No. 23 St. Mary’s 85, Pepperdine 65: Joe Rahon scored 22 points, Jock Landale had 15 points and 10 rebounds, and the Gaels (17-2, 2-1 WCC) shot 57% while rolling over the Waves (5-15, 1-7). Lamond Murray Jr. scored 29 points for Pepperdine.

at UC Riverside 65, UC Santa Barbara 55: Chance Murray scored 15 points to lead five Highlanders in double figures. UC Riverside (5-11, 3-2 Big West Conference) shot 45.5% from the field while holding UC Santa Barbara (3-14, 1-4) to 18 field goals overall. Gabe Vincent led the Gauchos with 18 points.

UC Irvine 105, at Cal State Northridge 73: Jaron Martin scored 18 of his 26 points in the second half and Max Hazzard scored 19 of his 22 points in the first half as the first-place Anteaters (13-9, 6-0 Big West) crushed the Matadors (7-12, 3-3), who shot only 30% and trailed by 28 at halftime.

Long Beach State 98, at Cal Poly 92 (OT): Freshman Loren Jackson made two free throws with 0.3 of a second to go in regulation and the 49ers (8-14, 3-3 Big West) pulled away in the extra session. 

Sunday’s schedule

Women

USC at UCLA, 5 p.m.

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