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Blackhawks’ Defense Shuts Down Post Falls

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Cheney continued to tune up for the Frontier League season in fine style Friday, beating its fourth opponent from a larger school.

Kara Weitman scored 22 and the visiting Blackhawks (6-0) used their pressure defense to beat Post Falls (4-3) 65-47 in a non-league game.

Cheney, 51-8 during coach Marty Jessett’s tenure, also owns wins over three Greater Spokane League schools.

Cheney shot 28 of 49 from the field.

Cheney 11 23 19 12 - 65

Post Falls 9 13 15 10 - 47

CHENEY Ewing 15, Conrath 0, Anderson 0, Weitman 22, Getz 15, Pischel 4, Edgett 0, Birchler 0, Van Matre 9, Boline 0, Krogh 0.

POST FALLS Billetz 2, Brown 6, Edmonds 0, Foster 6, Glaser 8, Juhlin 0, Klaudt 2, Ruen 13, Swanstrom 4, Waltz 6.

Odessa 42, L-W 41 (OT)

Nicole Hunt, who scored 20 and had 25 rebounds, made a shot from near halfcourt to force overtime and the Tigers (2-2) outlasted the visiting Tigercats (3-4).

Karma Schmierer, who hadn’t scored, rebounded a miss, hit a basket while fouled and completed the three-point play with 13 seconds left in OT for the win. Sydney Haptonstall added nine assists for the winners.

LaCr.-Wash. 8 9 8 12 4 - 41

Odessa 10 7 9 11 5 - 42

LaCROSSE-WASHTUCNA S.Camp 0, R.Schneider 4, A.Camp 7, Cronrath 4, A.Bay 8, Kinch 0, D.Bay 8, Bryan 0, Wigen 6, Thompson 0, N.Schneider 4.

ODESSA Kagele 0 D.Melcher 0, Haptonstall 7, Strohmaier 3, J.Melcher 5, Schorzman 2, Hunt 20, Scheller 0, Watters 2, Schmierer 3.

SJE 44, Pomeroy 23

The Eagles (7-0) forced 42 turnovers and limited the visiting Pirates (1-5) to eight first-half shots in winning their 36th consecutive game.

Pomeroy 0 2 4 17 - 23

St.John-End. 15 14 14 3 - 44

POMEROY Warren 2, Appel 0, Mulrony 0, Bergschneider 0, Gates 2, Henry 7, Brandon 0, Heytvelt 12.

ST. JOHN-ENDICOTT Ki.Colyar 2, Ko.Colyar 0, Bafus 5, Kleweno 0, Lamb 16, Loomis 0, Kjack 3, Kile 5, Headlund 4, White 2, Zuger 3, Schmick 4.

Colfax 62, Pullman 40

Angie Hall had 14 rebounds and Tracy Tribbett four steals as the Bulldogs (6-0) swept their season series with the visiting Greyhounds (1-6).

Leah Wilde scored 18, 45 percent of Pullman’s points.

Pullman 4 10 11 19 - 40

Colfax 17 8 18 17 - 62

PULLMAN Brossman 13, Umbreit 2, Keck 0, Pedersen 2, Schlettert 0, Couch 2, Curry 3, Wilde 18.

COLFAX Harder 10, T.Pittman 10, Blevins 0, Hall 8, Zimmerman 2, Thiele 8, Tribbett 6, Rohner 1, Widman 8, S.Pittman 9.

Rosalia 63, F. Christian 23

Kimberly Witte’s 14 points led four players in double figures as the Spartans (5-0) used their press to run away from the visiting Eagles (3-6) of Post Falls.

Falls Christian 4 9 6 4 - 23

Rosalia 16 25 17 5 - 63

FALLS CHRISTIAN Johnson 3, Eberle 5, An.Coy 0, Williams 0, Jackson 0, Gelnette 3, Moate 1, Taylor 6, M.Jenkins 0, Tuttle 3, Ap.Coy 2, S.Jenkins 0.

ROSALIA Quintana 3, Henning 11, Witte 14, Nelson 12, Peringer 13, Blank 4, Brown 4, Willey 2, Dale 0.

BI-COUNTY LEAGUE

Reardan 57, V. Christian 39

Katie Supinger had 12 rebounds and the Indians (4-0, 2-0) used 24 steals and a strong third quarter to pull away from the visiting Panthers (4-2, 1-1).

Valley Christian 12 9 6 12 - 39

Reardan 15 11 15 16 - 57

VALLEY CHRISTIAN Monforton 8, Robertson 0, Rosholt 0, Arnhold 1, Evans 14, Hopson 4, Jones 0, Ferderer 12.

REARDAN Cassaro 0, Jayne 6, Schwartz 1, Krupke 9, Evans 0, Soliday 6, Plummer 9, Turner 10, Supinger 16, Rinker 0.

Spr.-Harr. 51, Davenport 47

Mandi Walters’ 24 points, five steals and four assists led the Falcons (3-4, 1-1) over the visiting Gorillas (3-3, 1-1).

Kristy Engles and Missy Morton combined for 21 rebounds for S-H. For Davenport, Christy Cowdrey had 22 points and 10 rebounds, and Kylene Marriott added eight assists and six steals.

Davenport 14 10 9 14 - 47

Spr.-Harr. 14 6 20 11 - 51

DAVENPORT Marriott 11, Reed 0, Schreck 10, Lust 0, Bolyard 0, Pauls 4, Cowdrey 22.

SPRAGUE-HARRINGTON Maurer 0, Whipple 2, Morton 12, Putney 2, M.Walters 24, Engles 9, Morse 0, C.Walters 2.

Wilb.-Creston 68, ACH 35

Alyssa Erickson, returning from an ankle injury, had seven assists and made 6 of 11 from the floor as the Wildcats (5-3, 2-1) beat the visiting Warriors (0-3, 0-2) at Wilbur. W-C’s Janelle Allen was 6 of 10 from the field.

ACH 7 8 16 4 - 35

Wilbur-Creston 14 11 25 18 - 68

ALMIRA/COULEE-HARTLINE Malone 9, Pinar 0, Maes 2, Roberts 0, Dormaier 15, Horter 7, Giese 0, Anderson 2.

WILBUR-CRESTON Harris 0, Mann 0, Allen 17, Llewellyn 9, Deahl 6, Green 4, Erickson 12, Arden 10, Nelson 4, Bandy 6.

Ritzville 70, Lind 21

Megan Yerxa scored 25 and the visiting Broncos (6-2, 3-0) outrebounded the Bulldogs (0-6, 0-2) 42-21 for the win.

Megan Fode, nursing an injured ankle, had six rebounds for Lind, which had 35 turnovers.

Ritzville 33 23 12 2 - 70

Lind 4 6 4 7 - 21

RITZVILLE J.Wellsandt 4, Warriner 2, Kramer 0, Weber 0, Horpedahl 7, M.Wellsandt 4, Kirkendall 3, Russel 11, Yerxa 25, Alspach 8, Benzel 0, Wilson 2, Zicha 2, Janson 6.

LIND K.Palmer 0, Davis 8, Garza 0, Wills 2, Montejano 0, Fritchle 0, Bergeron 2, Robertson 2, L.Palmer 0, Wilson 4, Fode 3, Olson 0.

PANORAMA LEAGUE

Wellpinit 39, Selkirk 38

At Ione, Rainbow Lynn’s last-second 15-footer gave the visiting Redskins (4-1, 2-1) a win over the Rangers (4-2, 1-1).

Selkirk led 38-33 when Mandy Stearns hit a 3-pointer with 1 minute left. Stearns made the first of two free throws with 9 seconds left, and Selkirk rebounded the second miss. Wellpinit fouled a Selkirk player, who missed the free throw with 7 seconds left, allowing two quick passes to Lynn.

Wellpinit 9 6 7 17 - 39

Selkirk 6 14 14 4 - 38

WELLPINIT Abrahamson 0, Allen 5, Lynn 10, Ost 6, Payne 14, Ramos 0, Stearns 4, Tonasket 0.

SELKIRK Barnes 6, Sharp 0, Smith 0, Grass 2, Jones 0, Weaver 0, Allert 2, Dury 13, Porter 5, Carlson 10.

St. George’s 59, Inchelium 42

Miranda Routh-Corker had 23 points and seven assists as the Dragons (1-5, 1-1) beat the visiting Hornets (1-4, 0-3).

Freshman Wenchi Liu added 11 assists and two 3-pointers for St. George’s.

Inchelium 10 9 14 9 - 42

St. George’s 17 14 14 14 - 59

INCHELIUM G.Finley 3, Mollenberg 2, Te.Finley 3, C.Stensgar 5, Seymour 0, D.Stensgar 2, Tonasket 8, Boyd 9, Ta.Finley 10.

ST. GEORGE’S Liu 13, Davis 2, DeNiro 5, Chiu 1, Boutz 6, Webster 0, Grant 0, McKelvey 0, Routh-Corker 23, Appling 9, Moore 0.

Springdale 57, Columbia 46

Wendi Stricker had nine rebounds and seven assists as the Chargers (2-3, 1-0) beat the visiting Lions (1-2, 1-1).

N’Deeo added eight rebounds and Kylie Bade four assists for Springdale.

Columbia 12 19 14 1 - 46

Springdale 18 10 15 14 - 57

COLUMBIA Sampson 0, H.Etue 0, Strickler 8, MacMillan 9, L.Dale 8, Dashiell 8, M.Etue 5, Schrack 9.

SPRINGDALE K.Bade 4, A.Bade 2, Cates 11, Dixon 15, Hendricks 5, N’Deeo 15, Stricker 5, J.Rij 0.

NWC 62, Curlew 23

The visiting Crusaders (2-4, 2-0) forced 37 turnovers and shot 60 percent from the floor to beat the Cougars (0-6, 0-2).

NW Christian 12 8 24 18 - 62

Curlew 4 6 2 11 - 23

NORTHWEST CHRISTIAN Nicolai 2, Cofer 0, Moen 2, Postlethwaite 0, Smeltz 0, Ogle 12, Nelson 0, Montague 14, Casimir 4, Strandy 6, Clouse 6, Huston 16.

CURLEW Meyer 0, Brown 2, Peterson 1, Thiele 12, Barkley 1, Guizar 0, Zerck 2, Paul 0, Somday 0, Craw 5, Branam 0.

Republic 66, Cusick 41

Melissa Friend had 25 points and 14 rebounds in three quarters as the Tigers (3-1, 2-0) beat the visiting Panthers (0-5, 0-2).

Republic’s Heather Davis added nine rebounds and eight fourth-quarter points.

Cusick 9 11 5 16 - 41

Republic 22 11 17 16 - 66

CUSICK Norton 4, S.Pickerel 0, Cutshall 1, N.Pickerel 0, Car.Haas 15, Cas.Haas 7, Nenema 8, Thomas 4, Chitwood 2.

REPUBLIC Tietsort 2, Dinkins 0, Stonehocker 4, Young 3, Campobasso 8, Prichett 2, Davis 10, Wilson 8, Pfaffle 4, Friend 25.

DEER PARK TOURNAMENT

Riverside 47, Bonners Ferry 26

Bernice Stime’s 14 rebounds and six assists guided the Rams (3-3) to a comeback win over the Badgers (5-1) and a spot in today’s championship game.

Tiffany McMurphy added 13 rebounds and Nicki Snyder four steals for Riverside, which played without two starters.

Bonners Ferry 14 4 4 4 - 26

Riverside 6 12 13 16 - 47

BONNERS FERRY Walter 5, Decker 0, Bateman 2, J.Larson 0, Myers 0, Braniff 3, Carey 2, Paulson 10, Downing 0, Comer 0, Mormon 0, Ripatti 4.

RIVERSIDE Lamarche 0, Snyder 7, Koesel 13, Rizzuto 2, H.Wood 2, Stime 9, A.Wood 0, McMurphy 6, Olson 2, Snyder 6.

Clarkston 48, Deer Park 34

The Bantams (1-3) advanced to the championship game by holding the host Stags (2-4) to 7-for-48 shooting (15 percent) in the final three quarters.

Clarkston 14 8 17 9 - 48

Deer Park 12 8 6 8 - 34

CLARKSTON Blankinship 4, King 9, Heytvelt 4, Jones 0, Johnson 10, Rodgers 2, Anderson 8, Haight 11.

DEER PARK Ostrom 0, Hardie 0, Michaels 0, Bendowski 0, Sims 4, Langbehn 4, Stone 8, Scott 9, O’Brien 9.

NEWPORT TOURNAMENT

Newport 74, St. Maries 19

Michele Carrara had six steals and five assists to lead the host Grizzlies (6-0) over the Lumberjacks (3-4) and into today’s final.

Newport will play Priest River, which beat Mount Baker of Cranbrook, British Columbia, 58-46 in overtime.

St. Maries 2 1 10 6 - 19

Newport 26 22 14 12 - 74

ST. MARIES Harpole 0, Holdahl 0, Boyd 0, Bonds 1, J.Wolfe 2, B.Wolfe 3, Badgett 1, Kunkel 10, Sotin 0, Gibson 2.

NEWPORT Carter 11, Casey 2, Lindburg 3, Schulz 14, Almond 8, McDirmid 2, Sauer 17, Frandrup 4, Carrara 13.

MOSCOW TOURNAMENT

Moscow 44, Tekoa-Oakes. 25

Anna Allen scored eight points in the second quarter, and the host Bears (4-3) beat the Nighthawks (4-2).

Moscow will play Kendrick, Idaho, for today’s title. T-O meets Grangeville, Idaho, in the consolation.

Tekoa-Oakesa 5 8 11 1 - 25

Moscow 6 18 11 9 - 44

TEKOA-OAKESDALE Dahl 0, Palmer 3, Graffis 13, Hansen 2, Crow 0, Cox 7, Hurley 0.

MOSCOW Allen 15, Gibson 9, Goetz 6, Griggs 6, Makus 0, Shupe 0, Thomas 2, Wilder 6, Workman 0, Thornton 0.

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