No. 5 Vikings beat Thompson Rivers 99-74


Guard Richard Woodworth scored a team-high 21 points and forward Anye Turner became the first Viking in a decade to grab 20 rebounds as Western Washington University completed its season-opening, eight-game home stretch unbeaten with a 99-74 triumph over Thompson Rivers University in a non-conference men's basketball game Tuesday, Dec. 17, at Sam Carver Gymnasium on WWU's campus.

The No. 5-ranked Vikings improved to 8-0 and extended their school-record home winning streak to 35.

Turner's 20 rebounds were the most for a WWU player since Mike Palm grabbed 20 in an 87-83 victory over Central Washington on March 5, 2003. Turner also added nine points, six assists and five blocked shots.

Center Austin Bragg had 16 points for WWU, guard Robert Harris, Jr. had 14 points and forward Joey Schreiber had 13,

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