Posted November 05, 2011 on washington.scout.com
SEATTLE - The Washington Huskies raced out to a quick 8-0 and never looked back as they defeated cross-town Seattle Pacific 77-60 Friday night in an exhibition game in front of 9,481 people at Alaska Airlines Arena. All 13 available Huskies played for Lorenzo Romar, led by the 19 points of C.J. Wilcox and the 15 apiece from Abdul Gaddy and Terrence Ross.
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