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Jaquez’s career game leads No. 17 UCLA past Washington 77-66

AP Sports Writer

SEATTLE (AP) — Jaime Jaquez Jr. scored a career-high 30 points, and No. 17 UCLA rallied after a sluggish first half and beat Washington 77-66. Jaquez scored 17 points after halftime and hit 11 of 17 shots in the game. Jaquez’s previous career-high was 27, accomplished twice, including earlier in February against Arizona State. UCLA leading scorer Johnny Juzang missed his second straight game due to an ankle injury. Pac-12 scoring leader Terrell Brown Jr. had 20 points to lead Washington.  

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