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Whitworth reeled off 16 straight points to roar back and secure a 73-66 victory over Lewis and Clark on Friday in a Northwest Conference men’s basketball game.
With 103 seconds left in the Whitworth Pirates’ 86-60 victory over the Lewis & Clark Pioneers on Saturday, Whitworth’s assistants flashed a look toward coach Damion Jablonski. The head coach gave a wry smile right back.
Leif Ericksen threw four touchdowns and ran for another, the Whitworth defense forced six turnovers, and the Pirates routed Lewis & Clark 68-30 at Griswold Stadium.
After setting a program record for margin of victory last week, the Whitworth Pirates are back on the road this weekend against what appear to be the much improved Lewis & Clark Pioneers.
Outrebounded and outshot, the Whitworth men’s basketball team spent most of Saturday night’s game behind on their home court.
On an afternoon when he wasn’t great, Whitworth quarterback Leif Ericksen made the throws he had to. And when he had to, he looked for Garrett McKay.
The 12th-ranked Whitworth football team will take the field at the Pine Bowl on Saturday in need of one more win to claim the Northwest Conference championship and a spot in the playoffs.
All that stands between Whitworth (7-0) and a playoff appearance is a win against either of the bottom two teams in the NWC standings: Lewis & Clark on Saturday, or Willamette the week after. One win clinches one of the 26 automatic playoff bids awarded to conference champions.
It had to be tougher than Whitworth made it look in the first half.
Ian Kolste threw for 305 yards to lead visiting Whitworth University to a 48-7 win at Lewis & Clark College on Saturday afternoon and also reach 10,000 yards of total offense.
A week after Whitworth’s football team downed the Pacific Boxers 30-20 in Forest Grove, Oregon, the Pirates will make a U-turn back to Oregon on Saturday to face the Lewis & Clark Pioneers in their final road game of the season.
The No. 17 Whitworth women’s basketball team had one of those nights when the easy shots wouldn’t fall. But its defense carried the Pirates Friday night in a 56-46 win over Lewis & Clark at Whitworth Fieldhouse. The Pioneers (6-12, 3-6 Northwest Conference) kept finding ways to come back and had sliced Whitworth’s 16-point lead to only seven points with under two minutes to play. But junior guard Lexie Zappone completed a three-point play to end the threat.
Whitworth opened the Rod Sandberg era with a dominant defensive and offensive show Saturday as the Pirates pillaged Lewis & Clark 63-10 in the opening football game for both teams. Behind Alan Stanfield’s spread offense, the Pirates racked up 357 passing yards, with several receivers having big days from four Pirates quarterbacks who played in front of 1,940 at the Pine Bowl.
Whitworth took some time to get into its comfort zone Thursday night, and that may be a good thing.
In a game where they never trailed, the Whitworth Pirates solidified their position at the top of the Northwest Conference standings with a solid 81-65 win over visiting Lewis & Clark. The Pirates (13-4, 7-1 NWC) came out hot as senior guard Colton McCargar hit his first jumper and the Pioneers (12-5, 5-3) never were able to take a lead despite several runs.