December 21, 1996 in Sports

Pullman Wins In 3 Ots, Keeps Bafus On Hold

 

Area boys

The wins are getting more difficult as Colfax coach Bob Bafus guns for career victory No. 600.

Pullman (4-1) made 7 of 10 free throws in the third overtime Friday to edge the host Bulldogs 67-60 and deny Bafus No. 598.

Colfax (0-6) led by 11 points after three quarters, but Brent Cummings scored 10 of his 22 in the fourth to force OT. Brian Kehne’s late basket in the first OT tied the game at 49, then Kehne hit a 3-pointer with 5 seconds left in the second OT for a 56-all tie.

Cummings had four points in the final OT to secure the win. Colfax’s Bob Stoner finished with 12 rebounds, while Brent Damery scored 23.

Pullman 67, Colfax 60 (3OT)

Pul 7 13 8 14 7 7 11 - 67

Col 19 12 8 3 7 7 4 - 60

PULLMAN Linehan 2, Randall 0, Brown 10, Harms 4, Holmes 17, Svingen 1, B.Cummings 22, A.Cummings 4, Marong 7.

COLFAX Kehne 8, Damery 23, Curtis 10, Van Dyke 2, Cook 0, Keck 5, Shields 0, Stoner 12, Van Tine 0.

Cheney 49, Post Falls 46

August Parker had nine rebounds, and he and Ryan Waller hit late free throws to lift the Blackhawks (4-2) over the visiting Trojans (3-2).

Post Falls 15 13 9 9 - 46

Cheney 17 12 10 10 - 49

POST FALLS Olson 5, Alexander 6, Curlee 0, Bohn 14, McLean 12, Therrian 4, Juhlin 4, McArthur 1.

CHENEY Stiffler 4, Waller 5, Urdahl 4, Goetz 0, Williams 2, Parker 16, Malisani 16, Stoddard 0, Sobotta 2.

Lakeside 79, East Valley 55

Mike Dasenbrock scored 26 on 11-of-13 shooting inside and the Eagles (5-1) shot 65 percent from the floor to beat the visiting Knights (0-4).

Bill Bender added five assists for Lakeside, which made 13 of 14 free throws. Brad Wilson hit 6 of 9 3-point attempts and scored 26 for EV, which played without leading scorer James Spotted Horse.

East Valley 11 17 13 14 - 55

Lakeside 18 21 22 18 - 79

EAST VALLEY McCarty 0, Blize 2, Wilson 26, Johnson 4, Anderson 2, Harris 4, Sams 4, Shogren 0, Hansen 12, Rigg 0.

LAKESIDE Bender 13, Coe 12, Dasenbrock 26, Day 12, Feider 2, Nelson , Petticrew 4, Skinner 0, Spiger 4, Wilson 6.

Genesee 74, Colton 43

Jake Scharnhorst and Kyle Morschek both scored 15 and the visiting Bulldogs (4-3) shot better than 60 percent to beat the Wildcats (1-6).

Genesee 18 20 22 14 - 74

Colton 9 6 11 17 - 43

GENESEE Scharnhorst 15, Grieser 12, Niehart 4, Aherin 9, Boyd 15, Morschek 13, Baumgartner 0, Hopkins 2, Zenner 1, Downs 3.

COLTON T.Truong 8, Bre.Keller 6, B.Truong 0, Weber 0, Busch 6, Druffle 0, Bri.Keller 0, Bates 11, Hopwood 5, Meyer 4, Stout 3.

Rosalia 68, F. Christian 41

Tysen Blank’s 11 assists and Lucas Schmidt’s 14 rebounds led the Spartans (3-2) over the visiting Eagles (2-3) of Post Falls.

Falls Christian 2 15 10 14 - 41

Rosalia 18 18 13 19 - 68

FALLS CHRISTIAN Mitson 2, Baker 0, Staggs 0, Bligh 19, Walker 0, Burns 4, Wild 0, Larson 16.

ROSALIA Vangrimbergen 2, Peterson 6, Slemp 6, Scheele 16, Schmidt 13, Bothman 1, Blank 16, Barton 6.

Pomeroy 50, SJE 43

Nick Cox made 6 of 6 free throws in the fourth quarter to lead the visiting Pirates over the Eagles (1-6).

Nick Strader had 10 rebounds and Karl Scheuerman five assists for SJE.

Pomeroy 13 8 13 16 - 50

SJE 13 8 9 13 - 43

POMEROY Cox 18, McCabe 4, Young 8, Claassen 2, Fruh 12, Slaybaugh 6, Ledgerwood 0.

ST. JOHN-ENDICOTT Kolb 0, Coylar 5, Bafus 2, Strader 18, Stoner 1, Scheuerman 9, Smith 4, Siler 0, Stolmeier 4.

Tekoa-Oakes. 50, Asotin 34

Bill Graffis had 11 rebounds and the Nighthawks (3-3) forced 26 turnovers to beat the visiting Panthers (1-2) at Oakesdale.

Jeremiah Faught, with 19, scored 56 percent of Asotin’s points.

Asotin 6 10 10 8 - 34

Tekoa-Oakes. 16 15 6 13 - 50

ASOTIN Neace 3, Milionis 4, Ater 0, Munden 0, Ambroson 1, Nesbitt 0, Fisbeck 0, Appleford 2, Leavitt 4, Faught 19, Gonzales 1.

TEKOA-OAKESDALE Fox 17, Brown 0, Brogan 1, Taylor 13, Peringer 0, Zornes 5, Graffis 14, Smith 0, Crossett 0.

BI-COUNTY LEAGUE

Reardan 72, V. Christian 50

Travis Titchenal and Peter Eastman combined for 46 points and the Indians (4-0, 2-0) owned the boards, 46-29, in beating the visiting Panthers (4-2, 0-2).

James Kiger had nine rebounds for Reardan, which held VC to 33 percent shooting from the floor.

Valley Chr. 13 14 18 15 - 50

Reardan 15 27 19 26 - 72

VALLEY CHRISTIAN Dahl 2, Schlafmann 1, Decker 11, Evans 4, Teterud 6, Spuler 12, Jump 0, Gass 5, Sandin 6, King 3.

REARDAN Jenkin 0, Soliday 4, Titchenal 24, Eastman 22, Graham 13, Kiger 7, Eller 2.

S-H 67, Davenport 58

Jason Carroll scored 30 and David Countryman added 14 rebounds and nine assists to lead the Falcons (2-4, 1-1) over the visiting Gorillas (1-4, 0-2) at Harrington.

Matt Wagner of S-H added eight assists.

Davenport 8 17 14 19 - 58

Spr.-Harr. 12 22 17 16 - 67

DAVENPORT Holderby 2, Buchanan 18, Orvis 5, Gunning 5, Telecky 12, Bailey 2, McClure 7, Hammond 7, Doucette 0, Rodenboug 0.

SPRAGUE-HARRINGTON Pelissier 0, Timm 3, Morton 0, Wagner 11, Carroll 30, Henry 4, Countryman 16, Thompson 3.

ACH 58, Wilb.-Creston 43

Kevin Evers scored 29 and the visiting Warriors (3-1, 2-1) made 17 of 24 free throws to beat the Wildcats (3-4, 1-2) at Wilbur.

ACH 14 17 14 13 - 58

Wilbur-Creston 7 14 7 15 - 43

ALMIRA/COULEE-HARTLINE R.Higginbotham 0, Pierce 6, Elder 0, Leander 5, Pate 0, A.Higginbotham 0, Emerson 2, Goodwin 16, Evers 29.

WILBUR-CRESTON Marchand 0, Leonard 10, Sapier 0, Villars 4, Tonasket 3, Bahr 0, Samuels 3, Kuchenbuch 6, Nelson 3, Katich 8, Desautel 6, Waters 0.

Ritzville 65, Lind 18

The visiting Broncos (7-0, 3-0) forged a 49-7 rebounding edge to beat the Bulldogs (2-5, 1-2).

Ritzville 20 14 16 15 - 65

Lind 2 8 6 2 - 18

RITZVILLE Arlt 5, Benzel 5, Duff 4, Boness 12, Marcus 2, DeVore 5, J.Galbreath 16, S.Galbreath 14, Russel 2, Taylor 0.

LIND Jo.Parkins 0, Williamson 0, Wills 4, Ja.Parkins 6, Kulm 3, Sheckells 3, Sikorski 0, Thompson 0, Fichtenberg 0, Dutton 2, Olson 0.

Odessa 77, C. Heritage 56

Troy Grall had 10 rebounds and Randy Carlson seven assists to lead the Tigers (2-2, 2-1) over the visiting Patriots (2-4, 0-3).

Odessa’s Jared Praetorius added eight rebounds. CH made 17 of 28 free throws.

C.Heritage 7 19 14 16 - 56

Odessa 16 17 22 22 - 77

CHRISTIAN HERITAGE Newbill 13, A. Bell 0, B.Bishop 9, J.Bishop 6, Bogle 8, J Bell 20, Kirstein 0, Colvin 0.

ODESSA Kramer 5, Starkel 18, Hardung 0, Floch 0, Carlson Jr. 15, G.Schafer 5, Z.Schafer 0, Pitts 6, Grall 14, Praetorius 12, Walter 2.

PANORAMA LEAGUE

Selkirk 60, Wellpinit 40

At Ione, Jimmy Huffine had 21 points and nine rebounds as the Rangers (4-0, 2-0) beat the visiting Redskins (4-1, 2-1) in a meeting of division leaders.

Brodie Larson added nine assists, eight rebounds and six steals for Selkirk. Wellpinit had averaged 79 points per game.

Wellpinit 9 14 7 10 - 40

Selkirk 17 14 13 16 - 60

WELLPINIT Andrew 6, D.Flett 6, T.Flett 0, Garrett 5, Gould 0, LeBret 5, Pakootas 7, Stearns 0, D.Tonasket 11.

SELKIRK Escalanti 0, Labay 2, Davis 0, Larson 9, Kinney 8, Farris 9, Gere 0, Huffine 21, Lopes 2, Pyeatt 9, White 0.

Northport 56, St. Michael’s 51

Joe Dufrense had 11 rebounds and the visiting Mustangs (1-3, 1-1) broke from a 40-all tie with 5 minutes remaining to beat the Warriors (0-4, 0-2).

Dan Baarstad had 13 rebounds and Bryan Argentino five assists for St. Michael’s.

Northport 6 16 18 16 - 56

St. Michael’s 13 16 11 9 - 51

NORTHPORT Dufrense 11, Morrow 3, Carlson 5, Aaro.Day 15, Timmering 0, Godes 0, Aari.Day 13, Fredrickson 3, Reed 0, Bennetch 0.

ST. MICHAEL’S B.Argentino 7, N.Argentino 6, Baarstad 16, Lajoie 5, Lakin 4, South 0, Sandquist 9, Edwards 0.

St. George’s 78, Inchelium 24

John Witherspoon had eight rebounds and the Dragons (2-2, 1-1) used balanced scoring to beat the visiting Hornets (0-6, 0-3).

Inchelium 4 4 8 8 - 24

St. George’s 18 19 25 16 - 78

INCHELIUM Signor 0, Jolley 6, Johnson 0, Boyd 4, Michel 14, Mason 0, Tonasket 0, Simmons 0.

ST. GEORGE’S Bloom 13, Lang 6, Helm 1, D.Dhillion 4, J.Dhillon 3, Kuney 16, DePonty 5, Spencer 9, Sadler 6, Witherspoon 11, Thompson 4.

Republic 82, Cusick 19

Mark Rickard scored 22 and the Tigers (3-0, 2-0) made 15 of 20 free throws while defeating the visiting Panthers (0-5, 0-2).

Cusick 4 4 6 5 - 19

Republic 13 25 20 24 - 82

CUSICK Coppock 0, McCart 0, Reijonen 3, Waldman 9, Bridges 2, Chantry 0, Finley 0, Hamilton 2, Dimick 2, Tinker 1.

REPUBLIC Dinkins 3, Dav.Hanks 2, Baldwin 18, Dan.Hanks 13, Glidden 8, Hadden 0, Rickard 22, Hargrave 1, Grimm 4, Kuchenmeister 7, Wilson 4.

Springdale 67, Columbia 40

Ben Peterson’s 26 points, 16 rebounds and three assists guided the Chargers (4-2, 2-0) over the visiting Lions (0-3, 0-2).

Columbia 6 11 12 11 - 40

Springdale 19 14 18 16 - 67

COLUMBIA McLean 2, Wass 0, Etue 4, Denison 10, Kastelic 4, Neidhart 7, Philpot 2, Carlson 2, Smith 9.

SPRINGDALE B.Peterson 26, Brisbois 9, Lozano 7, Montgomery 0, Klemish 8, Farnsworth 13, Carlson 4, D.Peterson 0, Ralph 0, Gardner 0.

Curlew 74, NWC 38

Jeremy Groth had 20 points, seven rebounds and six steals, and he and Erich Prazak both shot better than 55 percent from the field as the Cougars (5-1, 2-0) beat the visiting Crusaders (1-3, 1-1).

NW Christian 7 8 10 13 - 38

Curlew 18 21 18 17 - 74

NORTHWEST CHRISTIAN Thomas 0, Mortlock 4, Verduin 0, McCabe 1, Smith 0, Affeldt 11, Wilson 0, Mason 0, A.Crouch 14, M.Crouch 8.

CURLEW J.Miller 12, Bruckleir 12, Prazak 14, Nelson 2, Groth 20, G.Olsen 10, Cribby 2, E.Edwards 0, B.Miller 0, C.Edwards 2.

DEER PARK TOURNAMENT

Bonners Ferry 64, Riverside 61

Levi Robertson scored 15 and the Badgers (4-0) made 13 of 20 free throws in the second half to defeat the Rams (0-6) for a berth in today’s title game.

Jesse Ross had seven rebounds for BF, which switched to a zone after Ryan Monroe scored 21 of his 35 points in the first half.

Bonners Ferry 16 12 18 18 - 64

Riverside 20 15 14 12 - 61

BONNERS FERRY Bahe 6, Meeker 9, Ross 11, Ashby 14, Hurst 4, Robertson 15, Staples 5.

RIVERSIDE Otto 3, Lundberg 7, Monroe 35, Daubel 0, Beckham 0, Leaf 8, Crance 3, Kapelke 3, Miller 2.

Clarkston 73, Deer Park 46

Adam Johnson had six rebounds and the Bantams (3-0) shot 28 of 49 from the floor to beat the host Stags (0-6).

DP’s Jesse Frickey had six rebounds.

Clarkston 21 21 16 15 - 73

Deer Park 8 8 21 9 - 46

CLARKSTON Nielson 8, Havemann 4, Johnson 5, Cunningham 9, Legg 11, Fleishinger 9, Stiffarm 4, Burns 5, Norland 8, Jelinek 4, Olson 6.

DEER PARK Mitchell 9, Santonocito 0, Harris 5, Bryant 12, Webb 3, Hall 3, Stevens 0, Frickey 8, Martin 6.

NEWPORT TOURNAMENT

Colville 90, Priest River 49

Tim Sprangers scored 21 on 8-of-9 shooting from the field and the Indians (2-2) used a 21-0 firstquarter run to top the Spartans (2-2) for a shot at today’s title.

Colville 29 13 21 27 - 90

Priest River 4 14 7 24 - 49

COLVILLE Eslick 6, Anderson 0, Meinhold 11, Ortner 3, Bateman 2, True 18, Sprangers 21, Day 5, Bowland 13, Salina 10.

PRIEST RIVER Baker 0, Ackloy 8, Johnson 10, Coleman 3, Griesemer 2, Storro 12, Oscarron 0, Ivie 0.

St. Maries 49, Newport 45

Chris Weinmann scored 13 to lead three players in double figures as the Lumberjacks (3-1) beat the host Grizzlies (2-3) to advance to the tournament’s championship game against Colville.

St. Maries 14 13 14 8 - 49

Newport 5 16 10 14 - 45

ST. MARIES Eccles 3, Craner 2, Mettler 4, Eberlin 2, Konkright 12, Weinmann 13, Bifford 2, Raebel 11, Lanning 0.

NEWPORT Kiehn 0, Melendez 1, Frandrup 7, Meade 0, Richter 7, Ellersick 19, LeBlanc 8, Brawdy 0, Mumford 3.

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