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Davenport Dumps Reardan

WEDNESDAY, FEB. 15, 1995

Boys

Last year the Reardan boys missed the District 7-B Tournament for the first time in 33 years.

Davenport made certain Tuesday that Reardan couldn’t start another long streak.

Cliff Swain made 8 of 10 free throws in the fourth quarter as the Gorillas (12-12) came from six points down in the final quarter to eliminate the Indians (13-10) from the Bi-County League Tournament in Reardan.

Davenport plays Wilbur-Creston on Friday for the third and fourth seeds to the District 7-B Tournament. The championship game is between Sprague-Harrington and Almira/ Coulee-Hartline.

Davenport made 24 of 36 free throws, including 14 of 19 in the final quarter. Despite 12 first-half points from Chris Hogan, the Gorillas kept losing ground to Reardan.

Joe Holwegner scored 21 for Reardan - including five of the seven that the Indians managed in the final quarter - before fouling out.

Davenport 67, Reardan 60

Davenport 17 18 12 20 - 67

Reardan 18 22 13 7 - 60

DAVENPORT Hogan 16, Swain 14, Parsons 8, Goodman 0, Turnbough 14, Deal 6, Cannon 0, Hammond 9, FitzPatrick 0, Telecky 0.

REARDAN Titchenal 3, Jones 2, Lane 0, Graham 2, Soliday 6, Krupke 6, Schultz 2, Harkness 6, Holwegner 21, Blomgren.

Wilb.-Creston 48, Ritzville 47

Shawn Gochenour scored six of his 15 in the final quarter, when the Wildcats (13-10) came from six points down to eliminate the Broncos (9-14).

Lex Katich made a pair of secondhalf 3-pointers for W-C. The Wildcats held Ritzville without a field goal in the fourth quarter.

Wilbur-Creston 8 13 14 13 - 48

Ritzville 10 14 17 6 - 47

WILBUR-CRESTON Gochenour 15, Leonard 2, Katich 10, Turner 11, Harris 0, Kuchenbuch 2, Bahr 2, S.Katich 2, McMurray 6, Nelson 0.

RITZVILLE S.Galbreath 0, J.Galbreath 16, DeVore 0, Noble 0, Boness 2, Duff 0, Roberg 14, Roth 6, Weber 7, Powers 2.

BLUE MOUNTAIN TOURNEY

Dayton 71, Asotin 58

At Pomeroy, Will Hutchens scored 18 of his 27 in the second half as the fifth-ranked Bulldogs (21-1) beat the Panthers (12-8) for the league’s No. 1 seed to the District 9-B Tournament.

When district begins Monday at Washington State University, Dayton will meet Touchet (14-9), the Blue Mountain No. 5. Asotin, the No. 2 seed, opens that day against Colton (11-11), the Whitman County No. 3.

Dayton opened with a 9-0 lead, then made 12 of 16 free throws in the fourth quarter.

Asotin 9 18 13 18 - 58

Dayton 11 23 19 18 - 71

ASOTIN Broenneke 0, Way 0, West 13, R.Farmer 10, Teasley 9, Erickson 12, Butler 14.

DAYTON Lyonnais 6, C.Hutchens 4, Rundell 4, Skidmore 0, Steinhoff 2, Skeeter 7, W.Hutchens 27, Gembala 11, Talbott 6, Hubbard 4.

Waitsburg 57, Pomeroy 56 (OT)

Also at Pomeroy, Ellis Erikson scored all of his team’s points in overtime as his Cardinals (11-11) defeated the Pirates (11-11) to earn the third seed to district.

Waitsburg opens district against Whitman No. 2, LaCrosse-Washtucna (13-9). Pomeroy opens against Whitman champ Garfield-Palouse (19-2).

Waitsburg 13 16 13 11 4 - 57

Pomeroy 13 19 12 9 3 - 56

WAITSBURG Hinchliffe 14, Pearson 5, Reser 2, Erikson 17, Largent 0, Wyatt 19.

POMEROY McCabe 4, Gwinn 12, Cassetto 9, N.Cox 5, C.Cox 2, Klaveano 3, Kimble 9, Kelly 6, Fruh 6.

NON-LEAGUE

Pullman 60, Moscow 52

Matt Wilde scored 17 of his 21 in the first half, and Tim Wang made 4 of 4 free throws in the fourth quarter as the visiting Greyhounds (14-5) defeated the Bears (8-11).

Wilde had a team-high six rebounds. Pullman made 20 of 30 free throws, including 8 of 11 in the fourth quarter.

Pullman 8 17 17 18 - 60

Moscow 11 16 11 14 - 52

PULLMAN Mirkovich 0, Evermann 0, Donati 5, Berry 5, Wang 14, Kallaher 2, Wilde 21, Yrazabal 4, Diestler 9, Jones 0, Randall 0.

MOSCOW Barnes 2, Miller 10, Walker 2, Johnson 0, Dudley 6, Lathan 2, Colbert 6, Keep 13, Pierce 2, Hudson 9.

IDAHO A-1 PLAYOFF

Sandpoint 73, CdA 52

Brian Trenholm and Dallas Spielman scored 10 apiece in the first half as the fifth-seeded Bulldogs (6-15) eliminated the fourth-seeded Vikings at Coeur d’Alene.

Sandpoint advances to a Thursday game against Inland Empire League champ Post Falls. CdA ends at 3-18.


 

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