Brooks, bench spark Houston rout of Northwestern St, 82-55
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HOUSTON (AP) Armoni Brooks scored 16 points and three teammates came off the bench to score 13 point each as Houston routed Northwestern State, 82-55 in the Men Against Breast Cancer Cougar Cup Monday night.
The victory was the Cougars' 18th straight win on their home court, tying Charleston for second place behind South Dakota State for longest active home court win streak.
Chris Harris Jr., Corey Davis Jr. and Landon Goesling each scored 13 points and the Houston reserves contributed 43 points.
Houston hit 28 of 61 from the field (45.9 percent), including 11 of 30 from distance. Defensively, Houston held the Demons to 20 of 53 shooting (37.7 percent), including 7 of 24 from distance.
John Norvel finished with eight points as no one reached double figures for Northwestern State (1-4).
Updated November 19, 2018