December 15, 1996 in Sports

Second-Half Rally Pays Off For Eagles

 

GSL/FL girls basketball

West Valley battled back from a 26-17 halftime deficit to knock off Rogers 48-44 in a non-league contest Saturday at West Valley.

The Eagles (3-2), led by the six steals of Gabby McClintock, forced the Pirates (2-2) into 23 turnovers. Sherry Shollenberger topped the Eagles with 14 points.

Rogers, which was outscored 13-2 in the third quarter, was led by the 12 points of Lemandy Tannehill.

West Valley 48, Rogers 44

Rogers 14 12 2 16 - 44

West Valley 11 6 13 18 - 48

ROGERS Christensen 10, Tannehill 12, Abrahamson 3, Hatch 2, Conrath 0, Logue 7, Fairbanks 6, Mullerleile 4.

WEST VALLEY Kallas 0, Nihoul 0, Shollenberger 14, Simpson 2, McClintock 8, Frost 10, Salfer 7, Sowers 5, Roberts 2.

Mead 69, Wenatchee 57

Holly Turner led a balanced Mead (3-1) scoring attack with 15 points en route to a non-league win at Wenatchee.

Mead also got double-figure scoring from Jamie Wakefield (12), Allie Bailey (12), Danielle Zelinski (10) and Staci Schuerman (10).

Wenatchee’s Sam Schueremann scored a game-high 16.

Mead 10 21 23 15 - 69

Wenatchee 6 17 15 19 - 57

MEAD Gentry 2, Zelinski 10, Kehl 0, Turner 15, Bailey 12, M.Bennett 2, Leaf 2, Wakefield 12, Schuerman 10, Myers 0, J.Bennett 3.

WENATCHEE C.Sparks 8, Schueremann 16, Schooler 10, May 3, Vanderhoss 2, Anderson 9, Whitfield 0, Kelly 7, H.Sparks 0, Isaacson 2, Vertrees 2, Allen 0.

Ferris 57, Prosser 51

Amy George scored all 20 of her points in the second half and Karie Pruett narrowly missed a quadruple-double in leading the host Saxons to a non-league win over the AA Mustangs.

Pruett finished with 16 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists and eight steals.

Defense was the name of the game early with Prosser leading just 2-0 at the end of the first quarter.

The Mustangs were led by Meredith Walker’s 27 points.

Prosser 2 14 20 17 - 51

Ferris 0 16 18 23 - 57

PROSSER McCall 3, McKeown 0, Seymour 4, Reade 8, Sonniensen 0, Schell 7, Walker 27, Linton 2.

FERRIS Pruett 16, Lytle 0, George 20, Morrisette 7, Johnson 0, Brazzle 2, Martin 6, Meeker 0, McCaffery 4, Benzel 0, Blevins 2.

CV 69, Eisenhower 42

Crystal Lee scored 12 of her game-high 22 points in the first quarter to spark the Bears (3-1) to a non-league win over the host Cadets.

Lindsey Shoquist and Rikki Jackson added 18 and 17 points, respectively, for CV. Brita Willis led Eisenhower with 14 points.

Central Valley 22 19 18 10 - 69

Eisenhower 10 12 6 14 - 42

CENTRAL VALLEY Phinney 4, Donaldson 2, Grafos 2, Clark 0, Shoquist 18, Coyle 0, Jackson 17, Lee 22, Bragdon 2, Liepman 2.

EISENHOWER Foley 0, Felton 2, Colvin 0, Torres 2, Talarico 4, Cleeten 5, Willis 14, Mitzel 2, Riel 4, Sauer 6, Niemi 0, Fahzholtz 3.

Kennewick 36, Clarkston 29

The Bantams (0-3) shot a dismal 7 of 28 from the free throw line and dropped a non-league game to the visiting Lions (2-2).

Rochell King scored 11 and Heather Haight grabbed six rebounds to pace Clarkston.

Kennewick 14 12 4 6 - 36

Clarkston 4 6 4 15 - 29

KENNEWICK Watson 7, Rittenberg 6, Fuller 0, Thoelke 11, Fteichen 4, Easton 2, Browning 0, Matheson 2, Hooper 4, Stediel 0.

CLARKSTON Blankinship 0, King 11, Tucker 1, Heytvelt 0, Jones 4, Johnson 0, Rodgers 5, Anderson 3, Fazzari 0, Haight 5.

Post Falls 60, Colville 30

The Trojans grabbed 13 steals on their way to doubling up the visiting Indians (0-3).

PF’s Janelle Ruen totaled 16 points to lead all scorers. Colville was led by Brandi Simpson’s eight points.

Colville 5 10 7 8 - 30

Post Falls 16 13 15 16 - 60

COLVILLE T.Brown 2, Entwistle 3, Spies 6, Deardorff 2, H.Brown 3, Braff 1, Wollan 1, Lawson 4, Simpson 8.

POST FALLS Billetz 7, Brown 6, Edmonds 6, Foster 2, Glaser 11, Klaudt 4, Ruen 16, Swanstrom 2, Waltz 6.

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