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PASADENA, Calif. -- Linebacker Myles Jack ran for four touchdowns, defensive end Cassius Marsh caught a scoring pass, and No. 13 UCLA stayed in control of its destiny in the Pac-12 South race with a 41-31 victory over Washington on Friday night. Devin Lucien turned a short pass into a 40-yard TD with 9:57 to play, and the Bruins (8-2, 5-2 Pac-12) got creative to hold off a lively challenge from the Huskies (6-4, 3-4), who lost starting quarterback Keith Price to a shoulder injury right before halftime. Jack followed up his 120-yard debut at running back last week by becoming the 13th player in UCLA history to score four touchdowns. Cyler Miles passed for 149 yards after replacing Price, but the Huskies have lost nine of their last 12 Pac-12 road games. Damoreea Stringfellow, Jaydon Mickens and Austin Seferian-Jenkins caught TD passes for Washington, which hasnt beaten UCLA at the Rose Bowl since 1995. For the second straight week, Bruins offensive co-ordinator Noel Mazzone dipped into the defences roster to win an exhilarating meeting of two bowl-bound teams with prolific offences. Jack, the Bruins remarkable freshman from a Seattle suburb, finished with the most rushing TDs since Maurice Jones-Drew set the school record with five scores in 2004. Jack and the hulking Marsh scored the Bruins first five touchdowns as UCLA stayed right behind division leader Arizona State, which visits Pasadena next weekend. UCLA coach Jim Mora had been coy about whether Jack would even play offence again, but the freshman jumped in during the Bruins opening series, rushing for an 8-yard score on his first carry. Used mostly as a short-yardage back, he added two more scores in the first half and finished with 60 yards on 12 carries. Oh, and he also made five tackles. Brett Hundley passed for 159 yards for the Bruins, who led 27-7 early in the second quarter and were up 34-24 heading to the fourth. The Huskies kept it close despite losing their starting quarterback on a hit late in the second quarter. Miles, a redshirt freshman, had played only sparingly this season behind Price, a three-year starter who holds Washingtons career record for touchdown passes. Miles went 15 for 22, but threw two interceptions on consecutive throws in the final minutes. Stringfellow, a freshman with three catches all year, had eight receptions for 147 yards and a score with 8:01 to play. He also had a long TD catch wiped out in the first half by one of Washingtons 11 penalties for 113 yards. Bishop Sankey rushed for 91 yards and a score for the Huskies, who dropped to 7-20 on the road during coach Steve Sarkisians five seasons. The Bruins wore their black "L.A. Midnight" uniforms on a rare Friday night game at the Rose Bowl, but the stadium was roughly half-full at kickoff while fans struggled through Los Angeles usual Friday traffic. UCLA still led 14-0 less than six minutes in on two short scoring drives set up by Huskies turnovers. Jordan Zumwalt forced Seferian-Jenkins fumble on Washingtons opening series, and Jack rumbled for UCLAs first score just 2:38 in. Marsh then caught his 2-yard play-action TD pass on a short drive set up by Sankeys fumble near midfield. After the Huskies made a 95-yard scoring drive capped by Sankeys TD run, Washington could have recovered a fumble by Jack after a 25-yard run -- but Shaq Thompson failed to fall on the ball. Two plays later, Jack scored from 1 yard out. Jacks third TD surge put the Bruins up by 20 points, but the Huskies finally answered with Mickens short TD catch 6:11 before halftime set up by Malcolm Jones fumble. Price left the field grimacing after his final snap of the first half, and he returned to the sideline in the third quarter in a warmup suit and cap. Miles showed no nerves while leading the Huskies on a 26-yard scoring drive after UCLA fumbled the second-half kickoff, hitting Seferian-Jenkins for a score. But UCLA answered with Jacks fourth TD run, this time from 2 yards out. UCLAs defence had much more success against Miles, repeatedly stopping the Huskies on third downs. Washington successfully faked a punt and had a field goal attempt blocked later in the third quarter, but couldnt move consistently. After UCLA stopped the Huskies on fourth down with about 10 minutes left, Lucien turned a short reception into a 40-yard score with a sprint through the secondary, putting the Bruins back up by 17. Shoes UK From China .com) - Theres nothing better for a team than to send out the staff ace in the most important game of the season. 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Brown, a Toronto Maple Leaf prospect, scored three times and added an assist, increasing his season totals to 31 goals and 92 points in 44 games. Brendan Gaunce, Quentin Maksimovich and Michael Curtis also scored for the Otters (35-7-2). Connor McDavid had four assists while Adam Pelech chipped in with three. Mikko Vainonen, Robert Polesello and Samuel Schutt scored for the Frontenacs (24-16-4), who dropped their fourth game in a row. Eries Oscar Dansk made 26 saves as Kingstons Matt Mahalak stopped 29-of-35 shots in a losing cause. The Otters were 3-for-3 on the power play while the Frontenacs scored twice on seven chances with the man advantage. Eries Dane Fox is second to Brown in scoring with 82 points in 44 contests. --- WOLVES 1 WHALERS 0 PLYMOUTH, Mich. -- Franky Palazzese earned his fifth shutout of the season as Sudbury blanked the Whalers for its fifth win in six outings. Palazzese turned aside 34 shots for the Wolves (25-10-7) while Nicolas Baptiste scored the games only goal at 7:01 of the first period. Alex Nedeljkovic made 34 saves for Plymouth (16-22-5), including 20 in the second period. The Whalers are now 8-9-3 on home ice. --- GREYHOUNDS 6 STING 2 SARNIA, Ont. -- Tyler Gaudet and Bryan Moore each had a goal and an assist as Sault Ste. Marie earned its fifth win in a row by downing the Sting. Tyler Hore, Blake Speers, Jared McCann and Patrick Watling also scored for the Greyhounds (31-10-5). Daniel Nikandrov and Nikita Korostelev scored for Sarnia (14-24-5). Brandon Halverson made 22 saves for Sault Ste. Marie while Taylor Dupuis turned away 36-of-42 shots for the Sting. --- STORM 4 RANGERS 1 KITCHENER, Ont. -- Guelph used its power play against the Rangers to pick up its fourth win in a row. Robby Fabbri, Brock McGinn and Scot Kosmachuk scored with the man advantage for the Storm (33-8-3) while Matt Finn scored even strength. Justin Nichols made 28 saves for the victory. Kitchener (15-27-2) gott its goal from Dominik Kubalik while Jordan DeKort turned away 17-of-21 shots in a losing cause.dddddddddddd Guelph went 3 for 3 on the power play as the Rangers 0 for 5. --- SPIRIT 3 KNIGHTS 1 LONDON, Ont. -- Jake Paterson made 59 saves, including 29 in the third period, as Saginaw toppled the Knights for its fifth straight victory. Justin Kea scored twice for the Spirit (21-17-5) and Dylan Sadowy had the other. Bo Horvat scored the lone goal for London (29-10-5) while forward Ryan Rupert was stopped on a penalty shot in the first period. Anthony Stolarz started in net for the Knights, but left the game three minutes into the first period with an injury. Jake Patterson replaced Stolarz and stopped 26-of-28 shots in relief. --- BATTALION 4 STEELHEADS 1 MISSISSAUGA, Ont. -- Nick Paul scored once and set up two more as North Bay defeated the Steelheads. Alex Henriksson, Ben Thomson and Zach Bratina also scored for the Battalion (22-17-6) and Vincent Praplin had two assists. Nick Zottl scored for Mississauga (16-26-4), which dropped its fifth game in a row. Jake Smith made 24 saves for North Bay. Dawson Carty stopped 24 shots for the Steelheads. --- BULLS 5 67s 2 OTTAWA -- Niki Petti and Jake Worrad scored 17 seconds apart to spark a third-period comeback as Belleville handed the 67s their third straight defeat. Stephen Harper, Jordan Subban and Cameron Brace also scored for the Bulls (13-26-4), who trailed 2-1 after 40 minutes before scoring four unanswered goals. Erik Bradford scored both goals for Ottawa (14-24-4). Bellevilles Charlie Graham made 28 saves for the win. Philippe Trudeau gave up five goals on 29 shots for the 67s. --- GENERALS 5 ATTACK 2 OSHAWA, Ont. -- Scott Laughton had two goals and two assists as the Generals beat Owen Sound. Cole Cassels also had a pair of goals for Oshawa (28-12-4) and Mitchell Vande Sompel scored the other. Brayden Rose and Holden Cook supplied the offence for the Attack (20-17-6), who are winless in four contests. Daniel Altshuller made 28 saves for the Generals while Brandon Hope turned away 27 shots for Owen Sound. ' ' '

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