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A couple months ago, the Whitworth Pirates lost three times in the span of five games.
Ben College scored 23 points, and Whitworth collected a 92-90 victory over George Fox in a Northwest Conference men’s basketball game Friday night.
After piling up 150 points in its two previous Northwest Conference routs, Whitworth gutted out a 19-14 victory over George Fox on Saturday at a wet and chilly Pine Bowl.
The Pirates (3-1 overall, 2-0 NWC) are coming off wins over Willamette and Lewis & Clark, teams they beat by a combined score of 150-37.
Kyle Roach followed a season-low scoring output of six points with a season-high 35 on Saturday night, playing all but one minute of Whitworth’s 107-98 overtime victory over George Fox at the Fieldhouse.
With a relatively difficult stretch of basketball behind them, the Whitworth Pirates hope they’ve built some momentum going into a couple of key Northwest Conference home games this weekend.
Kyle Roach scored a game-high 27 points and the seventh-ranked Whitworth Pirates squeaked past the George Fox Bruins 88-85 on Friday in a Northwest Conference game.
Leif Ericksen threw for 254 yards and two touchdowns Saturday as Whitworth avenged last season’s Northwest Conference football loss to George Fox.
Last season, the Whitworth football team took two good wallopings in conference play.
Kyle Roach scored 27 of his 32 points in the second half, and the Whitworth Pirates (13-2, 5-1 Northwest Conference) bounced back after losing a 15-point lead to beat the George Fox Bruins (6-9, 2-4) 89-77 at the Whitworth Fieldhouse on Saturday.
If early games are the first waypoint on a season long journey, Idaho got just enough of a test from George Fox Monday in Memorial Gym to get some indication it is headed in the right direction. The Vandals’ first win of the year, 101-62 over the Bruins, follows an opening-game road loss to Nevada.
This wasn’t exactly the big comeback Rod Sandberg had hoped for.
Whitworth got off to its usual fast start, which was too much for George Fox to overcome, in a conference-opening 37-14 victory Saturday for the Pirates’ homecoming at the Pine Bowl.
In addition to the homecoming game between Whitworth and George Fox, fans who attend Saturday’s 1 p.m. tilt at the Pine Bowl will get a firsthand look at the famous Heisman Trophy. Longtime Whitworth sponsor Wendle Motors is bringing the trophy to the game. Fans will have a chance to have their photo taken with the trophy throughout the game between the Pirates (3-0) and the Bruins (2-1).
The No. 19 Whitworth women’s basketball team took No. 3 George Fox to overtime but the Pirates had a shot blocked in the final seconds as the Bruins held on to win 53-52 Friday night at the Whitworth Fieldhouse. Down a point, the Pirates got the ball back with 21 seconds left in overtime and coach Helen Higgs called a timeout. The Pirates’ Katara Belton-Sharp drove the baseline but George Fox’s Lauren Codling blocked the shot as time expired.
The No. 21 Whitworth Pirates secured at least one first-round home game in the four-team Northwest Conference tournament with a 90-76 thrashing of George Fox on Friday night at Whitworth Fieldhouse.
The No. 19 Whitworth women basketball team took No. 3 George Fox to overtime but the Pirates had a shot blocked in the final seconds as the Bruins held on to win 53-52 Friday night at Whitworth Fieldhouse.
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.
Two teams matched the sloppy conditions at the Pine Bowl until Whitworth got its high-powered offense rolling in the second half Saturday to pull away for a 30-7 win over upstart George Fox. The Pirates (6-3, 4-2) gave up a total of nine sacks as the team honored 15 seniors. One of those players, quarterback Bryan Peterson, had a hand in all four Whitworth touchdowns.
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