The highest career points of 40 points led Idaho to victory in Portland

PORTLAND – BeyoncĂ© Bee scored 40 career points when the Idaho Vandals rallied to win their sixth game in a row, beating Portland 73-68 on Wednesday night.

The Washougal High graduate has scored 16 of 22 shots in her career. She also made seven rebounds and added a pass and block to her impressive play.

Her 40 points became the second of all time in Idaho for the most points scored in the game, a record – 41 in Mikaila Ferenc. The 16 goals scored from the Bee game are also the second of all time, not giving Denise Broz a mark of 17, set back in 1981.

The Vikings (5-22, 0-19) led by as many as 12 points at three different points in the third quarter, but the 18-3 blast from the Vandals (12-16, 11-8), which overcame the third and fourth quarters put Idaho 62-58 from 5:35 to pass in the fourth.

The Vikings returned with six points in a row to briefly take the lead again with a score of 64-62 with a score of 4:06, but the Vandals responded with six points in a row and never backed down from the lead.

In the fourth quarter, Bea scored 14 points.

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