Led by the unrelenting will of Sarah Ott, the Crusaders overcame an early 10-point deficit and rallied to beat the Chitwhins in a girls 1B consolation game Friday at the Spokane Arena.
Shoreline Christian found itself in a 13-3 hole early in the first quarter, but kept its cool and fought back into it.
Ott scored 21 first-half points and finished with 31 for the game. She made 11 of 23 shots, including 3 of 5 3-pointers. She also had eight of the Crusaders' 18 fourth-quarter points.
Laura James and Dramikha Skarr combined for 31 points to lead Taholah.
Bella Hermesch added 21 points for Shoreline Christian, which will play St. John-Endicott on Saturday for fourth/sixth place.
Hoogerhyde 2, A.T. DeKoekkoek 0, Holly 4, Reynolds 0, Ott 31, McPherson 0, Ryder 0, A.P. DeKoekkoek 0, Hermesch 21.
Vitalis 0, James 13, Markishtum 0, Walther 2, Skaar 18, Dunn 8, Cheney 8, Waugh 0, Campbell 0, Kramer 0.