February 6, 1996 in Sports

Katich Directs Wildcats To Win

 

Prep basketball

Wilbur-Creston 86, Christian Heritage 73

Lex Katich scored 28 points to lead the Wildcats (5-10 Bi-County League, 5-14) over the Patriots (2-13, 6-14) in a boys basketball game Monday night at Edwall.

Wilbur-Creston 21 19 17 29 - 86

Christian Heritage 18 17 14 24 - 73

WILBUR-CRESTON Leonard 2, L.Katich 28, Tonasket 4, Gleason 18, Samuels 11, Kuchenbuch 19, Bahr 0, S.Katich 4.

CHRISTIAN HERITAGE Klein 8, J.Fischer 6, B.Newbill 10, B.Bishop 7, Bell 28, T.Fischer 14.

Almira/Coulee-Hartline 93, Lind 38

Matt Elder had five of the Warriors’ (14-1 Bi-County, 15-2) 12 3-pointers in a win over the visiting Bulldogs (1-14, 1-18).

Lind 10 14 4 10 - 38

Almira/Coulee-Hartline 22 25 30 16 - 93

LIND Sheckells 0, Ruiz 0, Williamson 0, Montejano 6, Pennel 0, Parkins 0, Clark 0, Dutton 0, Fichtenberg 0, Sackmann 0, Schrenk 20, Palmer 12.

ALMIRA/COULEE-HARTLINE Higginbotham 3, Pierce 8, Murray 15, Elder 17, Leander 11, Durrant 0, Behne 2, Carstensen 16, Neilsen 5, Goodwin 2, J.Evers 4, K.Evers 10.

Ritzville 53, Odessa 48

John Galbreath scored 14 points in the third quarter to rally the Broncos (10-5 Bi-County, 13-8) past the visiting Tigers (7-8, 10-10).

Odessa 15 13 8 12 - 48

Ritzville 19 0 23 11 - 53

ODESSA G.Schafer 5, Kramer 8, Starkel 7, Melcher 4, Carlson 14, Carroll 0, Z.Schafer 2, Hardung 0, Grall 0, Pitts 2, Praetorius 6.

RITZVILLE T.DeVore 4, Benzel 3, Duff 4, S.Galbreath 6, D.DeVore 3, J.Galbreath 24, Russel 3, Boness 6, Arlt 0.

St. Michael’s 49, Columbia 47

Bryan Argentino’s free throw with 8 seconds remaining helped the visting Warriors (5-11 Panorama, 5-14) defeat the Lions (0-16, 0-18).

St. Michael’s 10 11 14 14 - 49

Columbia 9 13 6 19 - 47

ST. MICHAEL’S South 0, Vogel 13, Sandquist 5, Edwards 0, Argentino 10, Baarstad 11, LaJoie 7, Harding 3, Mendoza 0.

COLUMBIA Wass 0, Kastelic 12, McRea 0, Hofstetter 0, Wilson 10, Niedhart 7, Smith 2, Cornwall 3, Covington 13.

Girl’s basketball

Almira/Coulee-Hartline 69, Lind 22

Marisa White and Jody Rock combined for 14 first-quarter points as the Warriors (14-0 Bi-County, 19-1) cruised to a win over the visiting Bulldogs (0-13, 0-18).

Lind 0 6 8 8 - 22

Almira Coulee-Hartline 23 17 12 17 - 69

LIND Rott 4, Bittick 12, Mel.Fode 0, Wills 2, Davis 2, Fritchle 0, Meg.Fode 2, Palmer 0, Bergeron 0.

ALMIRA/COULEE-HARTLINE Pitts 2, Ke.Horter 2, Malone 1, Rock 11, Dormaier 6, Roberts 8, Peterson 12, Hunsaker 4, White 10, Ka.Horter 13, Malone 0, Anderson 0.

Ritzville 65, Odessa 29

Nicole Hunt had 13 points and 10 rebounds as the Broncos (10-3 Bi-County, 13-7) beat the visiting Tigers (6-7, 9-11).

Odessa 8 6 7 8 - 29

Ritzville 15 20 16 14 - 65

ODESSA Haptonstall 0, J.Melcher 2, Hunt 13, Walter 8, D.Schorzman 1, Smith 3, L.Schorzman 0, Ramm 2, Watters 0, Schmierer 0.

RITZVILLE Fitch 2, Coleman 12, Kramer 0, Weber 8, Horpedahl 2, Wellsandt 2, Mickelsen 8, Russel 14, Yerxa 10, Telecky 2, Deking 5.

Site change

The Northport girls will play Northwest Christian today at 7 p.m. at Valley Christian.

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