December 10, 1995 in Sports

White’s Foul Shots Lift CV Over Walla Walla

 

GSL/FL girls

Sandra White made a pair of free throws with 2 seconds left Saturday as visiting Central Valley (3-0) beat Walla Walla 60-58 in a non-league game.

CV hit 6 of 6 free throws in the final minute and shot 91 percent for the game. Crystal Lee continued her rampage on Big Nine Conference teams, scoring 24 after pouring in 29 against Kennewick on Friday.

Jill Watkins scored 20 for the Blue Devils.

CV 60, Walla Walla 58

Central Valley 21 11 14 14 - 60

Walla Walla 12 17 15 14 - 58

CENTRAL VALLEY Ang.Kallas 7, Carpenter 3, Ault 0, Clark 5, MacPhee 6, Sanders 9, Shoquist 0, Schmidt 0, Lee 24, White 6, Jackson 0.

WALLA WALLA Ingley 3, Broadhead 0, Erlebach 8, Watkins 20, Suery 0, Ocamopo 0, Martin 18, Kress 9.

Kamiakin 44, Ferris 38

Carmel Lampson scored 18 and the Braves (3-0) held off the visiting Saxons (3-1) at Kennewick when Ferris missed a pair of late one-and-one attempts.

Ferris trailed by 14 in the second half, but Amy George hit two 3-pointers to lead a rally. Jayme Morrisette’s 3-pointer cut the lead to four, but the Saxons couldn’t hit their free throws. Jennifer Swinton of Ferris had 11 rebounds.

Ferris 4 8 9 17 - 38

Kamiakin 18 5 12 9 - 44

FERRIS George 14, Jay.Morrisette 14, Martin 0, Rasmussen 0, Brown 0, Williams 0, Swinton 10, Jan.Morrisette 0.

KAMIAKIN J.Keatts 0, E.Keatts 2, Erickson 0, Ramsgate 2, Lampson 18, Willis 14, Cox 8, Shaw 0, Autrey 0.

Mead 64, Wenatchee 51

Chelsea Clark had 17 rebounds and Jennifer Bennett added 10 as Mead (3-1) beat visiting Wenatchee.

Mead had 11 players score.

Wenatchee 14 12 12 13 - 51

Mead 17 18 10 19 - 64

WENATCHEE Sparks 5, Schuenemann 7, Schooler 11, May 0, Lowe 15, Walker 7, Isaacson 2, Vertees 2, Allen 0, Anderson 2.

MEAD Lunzer 1, Beatty 7, Clark 14, Turner 6, Clinesmith 8, Leaf 2, Roberts 2, Wakefield 4, Edburg 2, Clark 7, Bennett 11.

LC 48, Kennewick 46

Becki Huddle scored 27, including a 3-pointer and two free throws in the final minute, as the Tigers (4-0) beat the visiting Lions.

Sara Stillian had 11 rebounds for LC, which held Kennewick to three points in the final 5 minutes and had only five second-half turnovers.

The Lions’ Heather Kile scored 17.

Kennewick 17 10 9 10 - 46

Lewis and Clark 7 10 11 20 - 48

KENNEWICK Watson 10, Kile 17, Rittenberg 2, Matheson 0, Peterson 2, McLain 3, Mensinger 4, Ruthorford 8, Hopper 0, Steichen 0.

LEWIS AND CLARK Huddle 27, Davey 4, Weiler 0, Giebel 5, Wendle 4, Springer 0, Thompson 0, Oeljin 0, Stillian 8.

West Valley 42, Rogers 37

Kiesha Sowers scored 15 to rally the visiting Eagles (2-1) over the Pirates (1-3).

Rogers had three starters foul out and shot just 26 percent from the floor.

Mandy Flores and Angel Fairbanks had six rebounds apiece for the Pirates.

West Valley 5 11 12 14 - 42

Rogers 10 10 4 13 - 37

WEST VALLEY Shollenberger 3, Simpson 0, McClintock 4, Frost 5, Sowers 15, Roberts 6, Quellette 7, Bonner 2.

ROGERS Wells 0, Christensen 0, Tannehill 0, Connors 0, Abrahamson 8, Scott 9, Fairbanks 1, Flores 11, Mullerleile 8.

Post Falls at Colville, ppd.

Snow postponed the game between the visiting Trojans (5-1) and Indians (1-1). No makeup date was announced.

, DataTimes


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