Things get away from Car­di­nal in sec­ond half

San Francisco Chronicle Late Edition - - COLLEGE BASKETBALL -

EU­GENE, Ore. — Pay­ton Pritchard scored 20 points, Kenny Wooten matched his ca­reer high with seven blocks and Ore­gon did not trail in a 69-46 vic­tory over Stan­ford on Sun­day night.

Louis King added 16 points and Vic­tor Bai­ley Jr. had 11 off the bench for the Ducks (15-9, 6-5 Pac-12), who have won four of their past five games. Ore­gon used a 20-5 run in the sec­ond half to lead by as many as 26.

Fresh­man Bryce Wills, the Pac-12’s youngest player, led the Car­di­nal (12-11, 5-6) with 13 points. KZ Ok­pala had 10, nearly eight be­low his sea­son av­er­age, and Josh Sharma had eight points and 10 re­bounds.

Stan­ford tied its sea­son low with 46 points and made just 15 of 55 (27.3 per­cent) from the field.

The Ducks shot 26-for-59 (44.1 per­cent) and had a 41-37 edge in re­bounds, led by King’s seven.

The Car­di­nal strug­gled from the open­ing tip with­out sopho­more point guard Dae­jon Davis, who was in­jured Thurs­day night in a head-to-head col­li­sion at Ore­gon State.

Stan­ford missed 21 of its first 22 shots, with Wooten block­ing five of them, to trail 16-2 af­ter the open­ing 13 min­utes. The Car­di­nal then re­cov­ered enough to hit 6 of 9 to end the half with Ore­gon up 30-20.

Chris Pi­etsch / As­so­ci­ated Press

Head coach Jerod Haase saw Stan­ford shoot 27.3 per­cent from the field, its sec­ond-worst per­for­mance of the sea­son.

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