The boxer was able to score 22 points out of 16 turnovers by Bruce. The organizers had an efficient night, including shooting his 50% from the field and reaching the charity stripes his 18th.
how it happened
The first 14 minutes of the contest were close with neither team leading by more than four. With 6:04 left in the first half, the score was 31-27, and neither team was able to go on the offensive. The team had what appeared to have matching possessions for the remainder of the first half. The Blues were holding onto his 39–37 lead when both teams left the floor for his break at halftime.
The Blues dominated the second half with a 15-2 scoring run when a media timeout of less than 16 minutes occurred. In his next four minutes, the away team fought back with their own scoring run (12-2) to make his two-possession lead for the Blues. Whitman never relinquished the lead in the second half as they pulled away to a 79-69 NWC win.
The Pacific will wrap up their East Washington trip tomorrow with a 6pm matchup at Whitworth.
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