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Raider wrestlers win fifth straight

Raider Roundup

SAN FRANCISCO ' One night after extending its consecutive winning season streak to 36, the Southern Oregon University wrestling team notched its fifth straight dual triumph by clobbering San Francisco State University, 29-7, Friday.

The NAIA eighth-ranked Raiders (11-3) improved to 15-4 all-time against the NCAA Div. II Gators (0-6) by capturing eight of the 10 bouts, highlighted by senior Rick Story's 19-3 technical fall over Richard Escobar at 184 pounds.

Sixth-ranked Story improved to 23-5 with the win, while top-rated Jimmy Grochowsky upped his team-leading season mark to 27-5 with a 4-2 decision over Will Simmons in the 165-pound tilt.

Eighth-ranked freshman Trevor Lofstedt earned his 20th collegiate win with a 7-0 blanking of Brian Watanabe at 125, and sophomore Taylor Wilkerson (15-14) earned his sixth win over the past seven outings in the heavyweight clash.

Southern Oregon returns to action next Friday at Pacific University in Forest Grove.

— 141

' Alek Butler, SFS, major dec. Lewis Nakao, 15-7; 149

' Joey Jannsen, SOU, dec. Merrick Tan, 9-3; 157

' Travis Stutz, SOU, dec. Jeff Johnson, 6-5; 165

' Jimmy Grochowsky, SOU, dec. Will Simmons, 4-2; 174

' Josh Fitzgerald, SOU, dec. Danny Dahl, 8-3.

184

' Rick Story, SOU, tech. fall Richard Escobar, 19-3 (5:30); 197

' Abe Ewing, SOU, won by forfeit; 285

' Taylor Wilkerson, SOU dec. Sandeep Singh, 3-1, OT; 125

' Trevor Lofstedt, SOU, dec. Brian Watanabe, 7-0; 133

' Virgil Lockett, SFS, dec. Nick Ripsom, 9-8, OT.

Men's Basketball

SOUTHERN OREGON 75, NORTHWEST 57 ' At Kirkland, Wash., sixth-ranked Southern Oregon missed only nine shots in the second half of the Cascade Conference game.

The defending league champion Raiders (19-3, 8-2 Cascade) won their third straight contest, remained tied atop the standings with third-ranked Oregon Tech and snapped the Eagles' five-game win streak.

Senior wing RaShawn McAllister had a career night for the Raiders, scoring 26 points.

Women's Basketball

NORTHWEST 70, SOUTHERN OREGON 58 ' At Kirkland, Wash., Northwest University used a 44-30 rebound advantage against short-handed Southern Oregon.

The Raiders had just eight players available because of six suspensions for violating team rules.

Cassie Snyder led the Eagles (9-13, 5-5 Cascade) with 15 points, six rebounds and four assists.

Southern Oregon (9-12, 2-8 Cascade) was paced by Andi Peterson's game high 21 points and six rebounds.