Posted October 25, 2012 on washington.scout.com
SEATTLE - The Washington Huskies, led by the 21 points of junior guard C.J. Wilcox, defeated Western Washington 88-78 in an exhibition game to start out their 2012 season. Abdul Gaddy and Andrew Andrews added 14 and Scott Suggs 13 for the Huskies.
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