Linn-Benton Community College rallied from a six-point halftime deficit with 50 points in the second half for an 86-78 win over Portland on Monday night in an NWAC South Division game.
The Roadrunners shot 35 for 65 from the field with five players in double figures.
Nicholas Wolff led the way with 16 points while Everett Brandt and Matthew Ismay each added 14. Adam Harvey had 11 and Amanjot Chahal chipped in 10.
The Roadrunners are now 12-9 overall and 6-3 in the South. They host Clackamas on Wednesday.
A 29-16 edge in the first quarter was more than enough for the Linn-Benton women to roll to a 75-55 NWAC South Division win over Portland.
The Roadrunners used a 21-8 second quarter to lead 50-24 at the half.
Amyr Lowe had 16 points, Kalli Frieze added 10 and Katlin Beovich Farris chipped in nine for the Roadrunners, who had 12 players score.
LB (11-12, 5-6) hosts Clackamas on Wednesday.