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Vandals roll in second half, defeat George Fox 101-62

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.

How’s your Heisman pose?

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).

George Fox rejects Whitworth women’s upset shot

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.

Whitworth cruises past George Fox

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.

George Fox rejects Whitworth women’s upset shot

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.

Whitworth women take on unbeaten George Fox

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.

Whitworth whips George Fox 30-7

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.