NCAA Tournament 2011 Scores: Gonzaga Leads St. John's, 43-32, At Halftime

Sophomore forward Elias Harris has a team-best eight points for the No. 11-seeded Gonzaga Bulldogs, who have taken a comfortable 43-32 halftime advantage over No. 6 St. John's Red Storm in a second-round NCAA Tournament contest in Denver, CO. The winner will advance to  the third round of the Southeast Region and play No. 3 BYU, who defeated No. 14 Wofford, 74-66, earlier in the day.

The Zags (24-9) have dominated the Red Storm (21-11) on the glass, 19-7. Junior center Robert Sacre has seven points and six rebounds for the Bulldogs, while teammate junior guard Marquise Carter also has seven points, four rebounds and four assists.

Senior guard Paris Horne has a team-best 10 points for St. John's, which had an early 10-5 advantage, but Gonzaga finished the first half shooting 15-of-26 (57.7 percent). The Johnnies shot 12-of-26 (46.2). Senior guard Dwight Hardy nine points. Junior forward Justin Brownlee has seven points.

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