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Cats grind out Gonzaga

SPOKANE, WA (AP) -

Gabe York scored 14 of his 18 points in the second half, Allonzo Trier added 14 points and No. 19 Arizona rallied from a 10-point halftime deficit to knock off No. 13 Gonzaga 68-63 on Saturday.
    
After playing an overtime thriller in Tucson a year ago, the Bulldogs and Wildcats got together for another non-conference classic as the Wildcats rallied to hand Gonzaga (5-2) its first non-conference home loss since falling to Illinois in 2012.
    
Arizona (7-1) trailed 50-42 after Josh Perkins' three-point play with 14:42 to play but the Wildcats outscored Gonzaga 26-13 the rest of the way. Ryan Anderson, held to two points in the first half, scored in the lane with 20 seconds left to clinch the victory for the Wildcats. Anderson finished with 13 points.
    
Kyle Wiltjer scored 33 points for the Bulldogs, who lost for the second time in the last eight days.

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