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Hardan Hits Seven 3s; Ferris Trips Kamiakin

GSL/FL boys

Chris Hardan made seven of Ferris’ 11 3-pointers and scored 25 Saturday as the Saxons (4-0) nipped visiting Kamiakin 75-74 in a non-league game.

Hardan’s 3-pointer with 3 minutes left broke a 68-all tie and led to a 7-0 run. The Braves (2-1) closed the gap with a pair of Jay Robinson 3-pointers in the final 15 seconds.

Robinson made five 3-pointers and scored 21. Kamiakin’s John Carlisle, a 6-foot-9 junior, was 11 of 14 from the floor and scored 23.

Ferris 75, Kamiakin 74

Kamiakin 18 24 15 17 - 74

Ferris 18 28 11 18 - 75

KAMIAKIN Hubbard 5, Mitchell 15, Gray 2, Robinson 21, Wright 0, Giesa 8, Carlisle 23.

FERRIS Bursch 5, Schuchart 0, Servine 5, Hardan 25, Henneberry 8, Harmon 9, Stocum 17, Weatherred 6.

Pasco 59, Central Valley 50

The Bulldogs (4-0) switched to a zone defense in the second half to rally against the visiting Bears (2-1).

Jeff Allen led CV with 10 rebounds. Kelly Herron scored 15 for Pasco.

Central Valley 8 17 9 16 - 50

Pasco 11 11 18 19 - 59

CENTRAL VALLEY Schuh 10, Nesbitt 0, Millar 0, R.Smith 2, Abrams 4, Allen 17, Platt 5, Hinckley 10, May 2.

PASCO Perez 3, Watson 3, Tippett 5, Collins 6, Fielding 8, Herron 15, Ady 10, Fine 2, Holtgrenn 7.

Lewis and Clark 60, Cheney 40 Mike Homer scored 24 as the visiting Lewis and Clark Tigers (3-0) pulled away from the Blackhawks (1-3).

Rich DeMulling had seven rebounds for Cheney.

Lewis and Clark 13 18 14 15 - 60

Cheney 8 7 10 15 - 40

LEWIS AND CLARK Bowman 1, Canton 0, Steuckle 0, Homer 24, Lynch 6, Thompson 0, Morse 0, Etter 5, Vick 10, Adams 0, Mencke 12, Stack 2.

CHENEY Randall 0, Battien 5, Urdahl 11, Woodard 0, Stewart 2, Parker 8, Maliani 3, Reiman 0, Olson 0, DeMulling 11.

Richland 80, Shadle Park 59

Andrew Coleman had 18 rebounds and five blocked shots, and the Bombers made 17 of 17 fourth-quarter free throws - and 24 of 27 for the game - to beat the visiting Highlanders (1-3).

Neal Robertson’s three 3-pointers put Shadle in an early hole. Oliver Cook scored 25 for Shadle, which was outrebounded 44-24.

Shadle Park 17 8 12 22 - 59

Richland 20 14 15 31 - 80

SHADLE PARK Cook 25, Kingsbury 1, Pate 3, Baune 9, Glanzer 0, Anderson 13, Augistine 2, Hann 6, Hipps 0.

RICHLAND Marcum 2, Merkley 4, Krutz 3, Lehrschall 17, Robertson 17, Wade 8, McClelland 2, Stottlemyre 4, Coleman 19, Salsbury 4.

West Valley 91, Rogers 41 Austin Gerrells, David Schillinger and Joe Bonner combined for 49 points as the Eagles (3-0) overwhelmed the visiting Pirates (1-3).

Mike Schroder led WV with eight rebounds.

Rogers 15 5 13 8 - 41

West Valley 26 28 19 18 - 91

ROGERS Browning 0, Loffredi 3, Goldsmith 2, Cuculich 0, Oglesbee 2, Mosby 14, Hassett 0, Williams 1, Dainty 6, Pugh 0, Smith 6, Hemphill 2, J.Salgado 5.

WEST VALLEY Schillinger 16, Miller 5, Sweet 9, Whitney 10, Wascenske 7, Mortensen 4, Schroder 0, Gerrells 17, Bonner 16, Pecht 7.

Post Falls 68, Colville 64

Austin Lee scored 17 and the visiting Trojans (2-1) made 28 free throws in the second half and held off the Indians (1-2).

Jimmy Day made three 3-pointers in the fourth quarter to help Colville close the gap. Trailing by three, the Indians missed a pair of 3-pointers in the final 10 seconds.

Post Falls 16 16 19 17 - 68

Colville 19 14 12 19 - 64

POST FALLS Bechel 7, Alexander 5, Quesnell 4, McLean 4, Hollenbeck 11, Campbell 5, O’Briant 8, Lee 17, Shepherd 0, Juhlin 7.

COLVILLE Hardison 7, Johnston 5, Ortner 2, Kane 9, True 4, Sprangers 5, Day 11, Smith 10, Salina 11, Vaagen 0, Noble 0.

Pullman 65, Lewiston 50

The visiting Greyhounds (3-2) shot 57 percent from the field to beat the Bengals.

Jeremiah Donati had seven rebounds for Pullman. Ben Feider of Lewiston scored 11 of his 15 in the fourth quarter.

Pullman 22 10 13 20 - 65

Lewiston 11 8 11 20 - 50

PULLMAN Svingen 0, Holmes 6, Schotzko 2, Berry 10, Wang 15, Donati 11, Wilde 6, Mirkovich 6, Shinall 2, Cummings 0, Marong 2, Watters 5.

LEWISTON Charlo 0, Perez 0, Frei 4, Farris 11, Steele 9, Sullivan 0, Frasier 0, Albright 3, Williams 0, Egland 3, Lorentz 5, Feider 15, Johnson 0.

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