Sports

Northport Romps To Easy Victory

Girls basketball

Northport keeps clicking off the wins.

Cusick wishes one of those wins would come its way.

Karen Sauvola scored 21 points and added seven rebounds Saturday to help Northport (9-0, 4-0) to a 79-20 Panorama League home win over Cusick (0-9, 0-4). Jessica Sell had eight of 26 steals for Northport, which shot 54 percent from the floor.

Northport 79, Cusick 20

Cusick 3 2 5 10 - 20

Northport 22 21 27 9 - 79

CUSICK Norton 2, S.Pickerel 5, Cutshall 2, N.Pickerel 0, Cas.Haas 2, Nenema 7, Chitwood 2.

NORTHPORT Brunette 1, C.Young 6, Knudsen 0, Day 12, Ke.Sauvola 10, Sell 2, E.Young 13, Lenhard 2, Jimenez 10, Ka.Sauvola 21, Regis 5.

St. George’s 65, Republic 40

Wenchi Liu and Miranda Routh-Corker scored 21 points apiece, and Charlotte Boutz had six of the team’s 16 steals as the Dragons (5-5, 4-1) topped the visiting Tigers (6-3, 4-1).

Liu, who also had seven assists, hit four 3-pointers and had a five-point play. Routh-Corker had seven rebounds and helped hold Melissa Friend (21 ppg) to nine.

Republic 12 10 7 11 - 40

St. George’s 8 24 21 12 - 65

REPUBLIC Tietsort 0, Dinkins 6, Stonehocker 1, Young 0, Campobasso 2, Prichett 4, Davis 2, Wilson 10, Pfaffle 6, Friend 9.

ST. GEORGE’S Liu 21, Chiu 0, Boutz 7, Webster 0, Grant 0, McKelvey 0, Routh-Corker 21, Appling 12, Moore 4.

Selkirk 43, Curlew 33

Molly Carlson scored 12 first-quarter points and Marcie Dury added nine rebounds to guide the visiting Rangers (8-3, 4-1) past the Cougars (0-9, 0-5).

Curlew’s Jill Peterson had 10 rebounds.

Selkirk 18 14 6 5 - 43

Curlew 12 5 11 5 - 33

SELKIRK Fairbairn 1, Barnes 6, Sharp 8, Grass 2, Jones 0, Weaver 1, Dury 4, Porter 4, Carlson 17.

CURLEW Brown 9, Peterson 9, Thiele 8, Barkley 5, Zerck 0, Somday 2, Craw 0.

NW Christian 57, Columbia 28

At Hunters, the visiting Crusaders (4-6, 3-1) beat the Lions (1-6, 1-4) behind Jana Huston’s 18 points.

NW Christian 17 18 8 14 - 57

Columbia 13 2 7 6 - 28

NORTHWEST CHRISTIAN Cofer 2, Moen 4, Smeltz 0, Ogle 16, Montague 5, Casimir 4, Strandy 0, Clouse 8, Huston 18.

COLUMBIA Sampson 1, H.Dale 0, Schrack 4, Etue 3, Strickler 2, MacMillan 0, L.Dale 9, Dashiell 5, Berg 4.

Springdale 60, Wellpinit 43

Hillary Dixon made 5 of 7 3-pointers and scored 20 points to help the Chargers (4-5, 2-2) over the visiting Redskins (6-2, 3-2).

Sara Hendricks added 12 rebounds for Springdale, which notched 20 steals.

Wellpinit 12 8 8 15 - 43

Springdale 8 19 11 22 - 60

WELLPINIT Abrahamson 2, Allen 4, Covington 6, Lynn 6, Ost 0, Payne 17, Stearns 4, Tonasket 4.

SPRINGDALE K.Bade 5, A.Bade 0, Cates 18, Dixon 20, Hendricks 11, N’Deeo 2, Stricker 2, J.Rij 2.

NORTHEAST A LEAGUE

Newport 81, Chewelah 48

Carey Sauer scored 30 points and Michele Carrara 25 and they combined for 19 points in the fourth quarter as the visiting Grizzlies (8-0, 3-0) pulled away from the Cougars (4-4, 1-2).

Newport outscored Chewelah 36-8 in the final 9 minutes.

Newport 15 19 21 25 - 81

Chewelah 7 20 14 7 - 48

NEWPORT Carter 0, Casey 6, Lindburg 3, Schulz 11, Almond 0, McDirmid 0, Sauer 30, Frandrup 6, Carrara 25.

CHEWELAH Edwards 0, Anderson 0, Rogers 1, Harrison 9, Albertson 6, Barrans 3, Kristianson 11, Moore 2, O’Neal 10, McCanna 0, Boone 6.

Colfax 62, Medical Lake 36

Shelby Pittman scored 10 first-quarter points to lift the visiting Bulldogs (7-0, 3-0) over the Cardinals (0-8, 0-3).

Brandy Knapp had nine rebounds, and Nicole French five assists and four steals for ML.

Colfax 24 11 14 13 - 62

Medical Lake 7 4 16 9 - 36

COLFAX Harder 1, T.Pittman 4, Blevins 0, Hall 16, Zimmerman 4, Thiele 7, Tribbett 4, Rohner 3, Widman 10, S.Pittman 13.

MEDICAL LAKE Blayne 0, French 4, Erickson 3, Muelken 0, Duckett 13, Monroe 0, Tschirley 1, Ramirez 7, Simmons 0, Knapp 8, Sparks 0.

Lakeside 90, Kettle Falls 32

Brianne Jolley scored 22 points and the visiting Eagles (8-1, 3-0) made 18 of 22 second-half field goals to beat the Bulldogs (5-4, 1-2).

Jessica Hatch had seven steals for Lakeside, and Linsey Heebink hit three of the team’s six 3-pointers. Amy Matter had eight rebounds for KF, which committed 36 turnovers.

Lakeside 28 22 23 17 - 90

Kettle Falls 6 12 8 6 - 32

LAKESIDE McElroy 12, Wilkins 8, Waddell 14, Heebink 12, Hatch 4, Jolley 22, Reardan 2, Long 2, Petticrew 8, Lewis 6.

KETTLE FALLS Holland 0, Fredrickson 0, Richardson 8, Fusato 0, Maidhoff 2, Azzarito 0, Matter 14, Cleveland 0, Lathrop 4, Baker 0, McDaniels 4.

Deer Park 47, Freeman 35

Jaime Stone had eight rebounds for the Stags (3-5, 1-2), who used pressure defense to beat the visiting Scotties (1-8, 0-3).

Freeman 8 8 6 13 - 35

Deer Park 12 10 13 12 - 47

FREEMAN Watson 0, Pratt 3, Dahmen 4, McCathern 7, Wilkerson 8, Watkins 8, Moberg 1, Graham 4.

DEER PARK Ostrom 0, Hardie 0, Michaels 10, Bendowski 2, Sims 4, Fielder 0, Langbehn 0, Stone 14, Plummer 2, Scott 3, O’Brien 12.

BI-COUNTY LEAGUE

Wilb.-Crest. 69, Davenport 39

The visiting Wildcats (7-3, 4-1) forced 22 turnovers, had 21 offensive rebounds and held the Gorillas (5-5, 2-2) to 32-percent shooting from the floor.

Wilbur-Creston 15 17 23 14 - 69

Davenport 7 15 10 7 - 39

WILBUR-CRESTON Harris 0, Mann 0, Allen 10, Llewellyn 10, Deahl 4, Green 5, Erickson 8, Arden 14, Nelson 6, Bandy 12.

DAVENPORT Marriott 12, Reed 0, Guhlke 0, Schreck 4, Lust 4, Bolyard 0, Anderson 0, Pauls 2, Cowdrey 17.

Ritzville 70, Liberty 47

Megan Yerxa scored 22 points and Shannon Russel had five assists, and the two combined for 25 first-quarter points as the Broncos (9-2, 5-0) beat the visiting Lancers (2-8, 1-4).

Yerxa added nine rebounds and teammate Jennifer Kramer nine assists. Liberty’s Jo Cory had 19 points.

Liberty 10 10 14 13 - 47

Ritzville 25 13 18 14 - 70

LIBERTY Howard 0, Cory 19, Tusler 1, Neihart 5, Bothman 8, Prince 0, Gardner 8, Adams 4, Short 2.

RITZVILLE J.Wellsandt 2, Warriner 0, Kramer 5, Horpedahl 7, M.Wellsandt 7, Russel 19, Yerxa 22, Alspach 8.

Reardan 56, Odessa 39

Janelle Krupke had four 3-pointers to lead the visiting Indians (8-1, 4-0) over the Tigers (3-5, 2-3).

Reardan 13 19 14 10 - 56

Odessa 10 9 9 11 - 39

REARDAN Cassaro 2, Jayne 2, Schwartz 4, Krupke 14, Evans 2, Soliday 2, Plummer 2, Turner 11, Supinger 16, Rinker 1.

ODESSA D.Melcher 0, Haptonstall 8, Strohmaier 2, J.Melcher 2, Schorzman 14, Hunt 9, Scheller 4, Watters 0, Schmierer 0.

Sprague-Harrington 57, Lind 33

The visiting Falcons (5-5, 3-2) had a 45-29 rebounding edge in beating the Bulldogs (0-9, 0-5).

Spr.-Harrington 13 16 18 10 - 57

Lind 4 4 11 14 - 33

SPRAGUE-HARRINGTON Maurer 6, Whipple 9, Morton 7, Putney 1, M.Walters 16, Harding 1, Smith 4, Engles 5, Morse 2, C.Walters 6, Green 0, Sewall 0.

LIND K.Palmer 3, Davis 0, Garza 0, Wills 4, Montejano 0, Fritchle 0, Bergeron 4, Robertson 3, L.Wilson 0, Fode 19.

NON-LEAGUE

St. John-Endicott 50, Perth 35

The Eagles overcame an 18-12 halftime rebounding deficit to beat the Australian visitors in an exhibition.

Perth 7 11 4 13 - 35

SJ-Endicott 10 17 16 8 - 50

PERTH Osyka 0, Cikarela 6, Shead 0, Sampi 3, Jakovich 5, Manly 0, Goddard 12, Fry 5, Russo 0, Oatwy 2.

ST. JOHN-ENDICOTT Ki.Colyar 0, Ko.Colyar 2, Bafus 11, Kleweno 0, Lamb 16, Loomis 0, Zuger 4, Kjack 0, Kile 6, Schmick 3, Headlund 6.

Kittitas 58, ACH 31

The Coyotes beat the visiting Warriors (1-6). No details were reported.

, DataTimes



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