Lane takes over first place.
Lane made sure the showdown for first place in the NWAACC Southern Region was no contest.
Sarah Brolsma Whitfield scored 26 points, and the second-ranked Titans shot 51.6 percent from the field to earn an 85-73 victory over third-ranked Clackamas in a women's basketball game on Saturday at Lane.
The victory left Lane all alone atop the Southern Region at 5-0, 16-1 overall. Clackamas (4-1, 13-3) fell into a second-place tie with Umpqua.
It was close until halftime, when the Titans led 43-38, but Lane shot almost 54 percent from the field in the second half and extended the lead to as much as 66-50 late in the game.
Lynette Minthorn added 15 points for Lane, Kaitlyn Kronberger scored 13 and Theresa Brown had 11 points and 16 rebounds.
Shayla Ball led Clackamas with 17 points off the bench, and Johnnelle Kapua added 16 points
Clackamas on target in win over Lane men
Chehales Tapscott scored 23 points and grabbed 13 rebounds, and fourth-ranked Clackamas Community College shot 55 percent from three-point range on the way to a 94-76 victory over Lane in an NWAACC Southern Region men's basketball game on Saturday night at Lane.
Dominique Watson scored 24 points to lead the Titans (5-11, 1-4 Southern Region), and Brandon Durham added 16 points and eight rebounds. Justin Hartford had 13 points and Kyle Warner 12 for Lane, which shot 61 percent from the field in the first half but couldn't keep that pace up.
Jeff Dorman hit three three-pointers and scored 13 points for Clackamas (14-3, 4-1 Southern Region), and Andre Dickson, Justin Steinke and Derrick Hayes scored 10 points apiece
Quick-Warner leads NCU past Northwest
KIRKLAND, Wash. - Erik Quick-Warner scored 17 points and keyed a 16-7 run in the second half that put Northwest Christian University in the lead for good on the way to a 71-65 victory over Northwest University in a Cascade Collegiate Conference men's basketball game on Saturday night.
The Beacons (8-15, 4-7 CCC) trailed 27-24 at halftime but shot 57 percent from the field in the second half to take over the game. Quick-Warner hit a three-pointer that gave the Beacons a 34-33 lead, then after a basket by Northwest's Greg Peters, got the ball to Kellen Spicer for a layup that put NCU back in the lead.
A three-pointer by Quick-Warner with 13:14 remaining put the Beacons up 40-39, and they never trailed again.
Spicer added 14 points for Northwest Christian, Cameron Marshall scored 12 and Ben Voogd added 11.
Northwest shuts down NCU women
KIRKLAND, Wash. - Jessica Wilkerson scored 11 points and Jessalyn Jackson added 10 to lead Northwest University to a 57-45 victory over Northwest Christian in a Cascade Collegiate Conference women's basketball game on Saturday night.
Lori Renner led NCU (8-12, 2-9 CCC) with 10 points and seven rebounds, but the Beacons shot just 20 percent from the field in the second half and 27 percent for the game. Marielle McKean added nine points for Northwest (12-7, 8-3).
Early goals lead to victory by Generals
Sean Park and Ryan McDonald scored a pair of goals 33 seconds apart in the first period, and the Eugene Generals never looked back on the way to a 4-2 victory over Tri-City in a Northern Pacific Hockey League game on Saturday at the Lane Event Center Ice Arena.
The victory clinched home ice in the first round of the playoffs for the Generals.
Park scored off a pass from Brad Main 2:11 into the first period, and McDonald followed with his unassisted goal at the 2:44 mark. Matt Topolewski added a goal at the 6:19 mark to give the Generals a 3-0 lead.
Tri-City rallied behind second-period goals by Danny Derasmo and Dave Giguere, but Main put the game away, scoring on a feed from Eric Watters with 2:07 remaining.
Stambaugh paces Beaver gymnasts
CORVALLIS - Makayla Stambaugh won three individual events and the all-around title to lead fifth-ranked Oregon State to a 195.700-192.800 victory over Washington in a Pac-10 women's gymnastics meet at Gill Coliseum.
Stambaugh won the uneven bars (9.850), the balance beam (9.875) and the floor exercise (9.900) for the Beavers and won the all-around with a score of 39.500.
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|Title Annotation:||Regional Roundup|
|Publication:||The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)|
|Date:||Jan 24, 2010|
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