SPOKANE, Wash. -- Mitch Holmberg continued with his offensive dominance on Friday as the Spokane Chiefs defeated the visiting Prince George Cougars 5-2 in Western Hockey League play. The 20-year-old forward scored twice and added two assists, giving him 25 goals and 55 points in just 22 games. He currently leads the WHL in both categories. Jason Fram, Liam Stewart and Mike Aviani also scored for the Chiefs (15-7-0) while Reid Gow had three assists. Todd Fiddler scored for the Cougars (8-13-4) and earned an assist on Zach Pchiros goal for a two-point performance. Spokanes Eric Williams made 24 saves for the win as Prince Georges Ty Edmonds stopped 25-of-29 shots in defeat. The Chiefs scored on their only power-play opportunity while the Cougars went 0 for 4. --- RAIDERS 3 ICE 2 PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. -- Cole Cheveldave stopped 28 shots as the Raiders edged Kootenay. Josh Morrissey, Jayden Hart and Chance Braid scored for Prince Albert (13-8-2) and Leon Draisaitl chipped in with two assists. Tim Bozon scored both goals for the Ice (11-10-2) and Luke Philp assisted on each of them. Kootenays Wyatt Hoflin made 23 saves in a losing cause. --- WHEAT KINGS 6 BLADES 2 BRANDON, Man. -- Tim McGauley scored twice and Ryan Pulock had a goal and two assists as the Wheat Kings handed Saskatoon its fourth straight loss. Peter Quenneville, Braylon Schmyr and Ryley Lindgren also scored for Brandon (12-11-0), which has won three games in a row. Nikita Scherbak and Cory Millette supplied the offence for the Blades (9-13-3). Jordan Papirny made 17 saves for the Wheat Kings while Alex Moodie stopped 44-of-50 shots in defeat. --- HITMEN 3 BRONCOS 2 (SO) CALGARY -- Radel Fazleev scored the winner as the Hitmen halted Swift Currents nine-game win streak. Chris Driedger made 37 saves for Calgary (11-6-4), which snapped its four-game slide, while Kenton Helgesen and Greg Chase scored in regulation. The Broncos (15-8-2) got goals from Jay Merkley and Graham Black. Landon Bow stopped 35 shots for Swift Current. --- REBELS 4 WARRIORS 2 RED DEER, Alta. -- Matt Bellerives goal 6:38 into the second period stood up as the winner as the Rebels doubled up Moose Jaw. Haydn Fleury, Dominik Volek and Meyer Nell also scored for Red Deer (10-11-1) while Wyatt Johnson tacked on two assists. Brayden Point and Alexey Sleptsov scored for the Warriors (7-15-4). Patrik Bartosak made 17 saves for the Rebels. Zachary Sawchenko stopped 27 shots for Moose Jaw. --- AMERICANS 5 PATS 3 KENNEWICK, Wash. -- Brian Williams scored twice and Tri-City jumped out to a four-goal lead en route to defeating Regina. Lucas Nickels and Marcus Messier had a goal and an assist apeice for the Americans (13-9-2) while Philip Tot scored once. The Pats (12-10-0) were led offensively by Braden Christoffer, Boston Leier and Adam Brooks. Eric Comrie made 28 saves for Tri-City while Nick Schneider stopped 23 shots for Regina. --- ROYALS 2 THUNDERBIRDS 1 (OT) VICTORIA -- Logan Nelson scored 52 seconds into extra time as the Royals dealt Seattle its sixth loss in a row. Brandon Magee scored in the second period for Victoria (13-9-1) and earned the games first star. Brandon Troock scored the lone goal for the Thunderbirds (11-8-3). Coleman Vollrath made 21 saves for the Royals while Seattles Danny Mumaugh gave his team a chance to win by turning aside 32-of-34 shots. --- GIANTS 3 TIGERS 2 VANCOUVER -- Jared Rathjen stopped 31 shots as the Giants slipped past Eastern Conference-leading Medicine Hat. Ty Ronning, Dalton Sward and Jackson Houck scored for Vancouver (9-11-3), which led 3-0 less than 13 minutes into the game. 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Pittsburgh Penguins Shirts . - The Pittsburgh Pirates plan on keeping promising left fielder Starling Marte playing alongside National League MVP Andrew McCutchen for years to come.BOSTON -- Playing a home game with an arena nearly half-filled with chanting fans of the visiting team didnt seem to faze Boston College for most of the game. Trevor Cooney scored 21 points, Jerami Grant added 16 and No. 2 Syracuse fought off the pesky Eagles for a 69-59 victory Monday night. Boston College, which struggled through a rough non-conference schedule, led the Orange with just over 10 minutes to play. "I think they have great hope in that locker room," BC coach Steve Donahue said of his team. "Is there confidence? Its getting there. Theres not despair, not discouragement. Theres a lot of hope and theyre proud to play for each other." C.J. Fair and Tyler Ennis both had 12 points for the Orange (17-0, 4-0 Atlantic Coast Conference). Grant added eight rebounds for Syracuse, one of four unbeaten teams in Division I. Syracuses size just proved to be too much for BC, which was missing starting centre Dennis Clifford, who rolled his ankle in warmups. He has played just two games this season battling soreness in both knees. Lonnie Jackson scored 18 points -- all on 3-pointers -- for the Eagles (5-12, 1-3), Ryan Anderson had 14 and Olivier Hanlan finished with 13 points and six assists. Mainly behind Jackson, who was 6 of 9, BC went 9 for 21 from 3-point range, but that magic ran out when the Orange tightened up their famed 2-3 zone down the stretch. "We knew he could shoot from the last game, we just couldnt find him," Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim said. Jackson nailed a 3-pointer late Saturday to give BC a win at Virginia Tech. Midway into the first half, the Syracuse fans broke into a chant of Lets Go Orange, and Cooney had three breakaway dunks off turnovers -- two coming off his steals -- as they took a 32-23 lead with 2 1-2 minutes left in the half. It looked like they were ready to break the game open.dddddddddddd But the Eagles rallied to start the second half. "Even after we kind of collapsed in the first half, we bounced back and played great basketball," Donahue said. The Orange, who also started 2011-12 by winning their first 17 games, outrebounded Boston College 28-24, collecting half on the offensive glass, which helped them pull away for the win. Trailing 51-46 with just over 10 minutes to play, the Orange started take advantage of their size inside during a 16-1 run over the ensuing 3 1-2 minutes. Grant had a dunk and conventional three-point play. Cooney scored on a putback on the third offensive rebound and nailed a 3 from the right wing, capping the run. Following Hanlans two free throws, Baye Moussa Keita had a one-handed putback slam, making it 60-51 with 6:01 left. The Eagles were never closer than six points the rest of the way. Jacksons sixth 3-pointer of the game, coming off Joe Rahons long arcing pass over a double-team from corner to corner, had given BC a 50-44 lead with 11:56 left. But, after that shot, the Eagles went 11:12 without a field goal, turning the ball over on a handful of trips, before Eddie Odio had a dunk in the closing minute. The Eagles, who trailed 32-30 at halftime, opened the second half by outscoring the Orange 15-3 to take a 45-37 lead on Andersons dunk with just under 16 minutes to play. BC ran plays through the lower part of Syracuses zone that led to consecutive 3-pointers from the right corner by Jackson and Rahon before Anderson collected a feed inside for his dunk. The Eagles scored the final seven points of the first half, with Jacksons third 3-pointer triggering the run. It was the first time the schools -- both charter members of the Big East -- met as members of the ACC. ' ' '