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 INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -Mike Green scored 17 points, and No. 9 Butler beat Youngstown State 89-73 Thursday night for its seventh straight win.
A.J. Graves scored 15 points and Matt Howard added 12 for Butler (12-2 Horizon League), which is a school-best 23-2 for the second consecutive season.
Byron Davis led Youngstown State with 20 points and Vance Cooksey added 15 for the Penguins (8-17, 4-11), who have lost eight of nine.
Butler set season highs for points and field goal percentage (.623). The Bulldogs made 13 of 20 3-pointers.
Youngstown State shot 58 percent, but its 13 turnovers led to 21 points for the Bulldogs.
No. 21 Washington St. 70, Oregon St. 57
CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP) - Taylor Rochestie had a career-high 24 points, Derrick Low added 21 and Washington State handed Oregon State its 14th straight loss.
Lathen Wallace had 13 points for the Beavers (6-18, 0-12 Pac-10), whose losing streak matched the 1995-96 team for the longest in team history. Marcel Jones added 10 points, all in the second half.
nine points for the Cougars (19-5, 7-5), who entered the game holding opponents to 55.5 points a game, third best in the nation. They held the Beavers to 32.1 percent shooting.

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