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    Three Undefeated in NCRC

    By HRAA 02/03/2016, 8:00pm PST

    Huskies 4-0

    Meanwhile, the team actually leading the NCRC is the University of Washington Huskies, who improved to 4-0 with a 39-19 defeat of Western Oregon.

    UW left some starters home and had to battle with an improved and physical WOU team. UW led comfortably at halftime, however, and held on.

    Psalm Wooching was once again in the mix in the scoring, touching down there times, while Zakir Butte, Ronnie Motta, Josh Rayburn, and Korey Neuhs all scored one. Jack Stimson added two conversions.

    The game was played in cold and varied conditions, including a hail storm. 

    Read at the Goff Rugby Report

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