Huskies rally to continue mastery of Seattle U. 77-66

SEATTLE (AP) — Keion Brooks scored 20 points and Braxton Meah didn’t miss a shot to score 18 points, and Washington used a second-half blitz to beat city rivals Seattle 77-66 on Monday night.

Meah made all seven shot attempts from the ground and all four from the foul line.

Washington extended a 10-0 lead and was 25-14 ahead of Jamal Bey’s layup at 9-23 before halftime. But Seattle countered, surpassing Washington 26-13 for a 40-38 halftime lead.

Seattle’s Viktor Rajkovic made a 3-pointer and a jump shot 1:50 into the second half for a 47-40 advantage. The Huskies took control from there, beating Seattle 25-3 in just over the next nine minutes.

Cameron Tyson scored 18 points for Seattle and Alex Schumacher 15.

The Huskies have taken their straight winning streak to 17 against the Redhawks in a streak that began in a 1953 NCAA Tournament West Regional game. The Huskies (6-1) have a 33-4 all-time advantage over the Redhawks (5-1).

Seattle entered after winning its first five games since the 2007-08 season when it played at the Division II level.

Washington opens the Pac-12 game when it heads to Corvallis, Oregon on Thursday before hosting Colorado on Sunday. Huskies rally to continue mastery of Seattle U. 77-66

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