Washington took the first victory 73-41 with Rome over Seattle

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Seattle: Quad Green scored 18 points and Nate Fryer 13 points as Washington took their first win of the season 73-41 against Crosstown rival Seattle on Wednesday night.

After battling to the end of the attack in the first three games, Washington finally found a scoring spark with Fryer and Green’s backcourt doubles. Fryer made his first start, replacing Green, who missed a day or two of training. Pryor had 11 of his 13 points in the first half, including nine when he took 22-5 to finish the first half.

Green came off the bench with 6 of 7 shots and played only 18 minutes.

Washington (1-3) skipped the first 0-4 elementary schools since 1993-94, when the Huskies started 0-5 as head coach in their first season at Bob Benders. The Huskies expanded their dominance over their Crosstown enemy, winning the series for the 16th time, prior to 1978.

Emega Udeni led Seattle (3-4) with 12 points as they all come into the first half. But the Red Hawks had a bad night’s shooting and saw the Huskies running after leading 17-15 midfield in the first half.

Leading scorer Dorian Trammel averaged 18.8 points per game, nine after scoring 32 points in the Seattle in his last game against Long Beach State. Ryan Griggsby, 18, averaged 18 per game.

The Redhawks were 4 for 23 on 3-points and tried seven free throws. Overall 29% shot in Seattle from the field.

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Seattle: Glad the Red Hawks came home after a long tour of the Portland, Oregon, Las Vegas and Los Angeles areas to open the season. The Red Hawks are the first team in the country to play seven games this season.

Washington: For the first time this season, the Huskies are leading by 70 points. In addition, Washington shot 46% from the field and 3-pointers were 8 out of 15.

UP Next:

Seattle: The Red Hawks host Northwest College on Sunday.

WASHINGTON: Huskies host Oregon Saturday.

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