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Cummings’ Bucket Buries Chewelah

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Brent Cummings hit a basket with 7 seconds left Tuesday to lift Pullman to a 58-56 non-league victory over Chewelah, at Chewelah.

The Greyhounds (5-2) open their Frontier League season Friday at home against East Valley. Travis Meserve scored 21, and Jason Landram had five assists and five rebounds for the Cougars (2-4).

Pullman 58, Chewelah 56

Pullman 14 13 17 14 - 58

Chewelah 15 11 18 12 - 56

PULLMAN Linehan 0, Randall 0, Harms 2, Holmes 17, Svingen 9, B.Cummings 11, A.Cummings 15, Marong 4.

CHEWELAH Forsberg 4, Nitschke 0, Meserve 21, Edwards 0, Wissink 9, Landram 8, Sunday 12, Parrish 2.

ACH 63, Manson 48

At Hartline, Topher Goodwin and Ben Durrant scored eight apiece in the second quarter to lead the Warriors (7-1) over the Trojans (4-3) in a makeup game.

Manson 10 11 13 14 - 48

ACH 13 25 16 9 - 63

MANSON McKenna 7, England 0, Petersen 8, Stokes 2, Young 7, Lewman 4, Soth 0, Davis 15, Haight 2, Rogers 3.

ALMIRA/COULEE-HARTLINE R.Higginbotham 5, Pierce 6, Elder 0, Leander 10, Pate 0, A.Higginbotham 10, Emerson 0, Goodwin 12, Evers 10, Durrant 10, Thomas 0.

Gar-Pal 79, Liberty 69

At Palouse, the Vikings (9-0) shot 66 percent from the field and made four 3-pointers in the third quarter to rally past the visiting Lancers (5-5).

Travis Greenwalt scored 29 for Liberty, which made 8 of 10 second-quarter field goals to take the lead. Brad Bischoff scored 20, and Logan Coles and Jeremy Fox made a trio of 3-pointers apiece for Gar-Pal, which gave up 13 offensive rebounds.

Liberty 14 22 13 20 - 69

Garfield-Palouse 19 13 26 21 - 79

LIBERTY B.Cory 2, Engle 14, Horlacher 18, J.Holling 0, Johnson 4, Cooper 2, Tee 0, Greenwalt 29.

GARFIELD-PALOUSE Bischoff 20, Coles 19, Fox 15, Gearhart 3, Million 4, Sheffler 1, Stillman 2, Hall 15.

Wilbur-Creston 76, SJE 53

Casey Kuchenbuch scored 10 points in the third quarter, when the visiting Wildcats (7-4) made 10 of 13 from the floor to pull away from the Eagles (1-8) at St. John.

W-C, averaging 87 points for its last three games, forced 26 turnovers. Nick Strader had 18 rebounds and Karl Scheuerman six assists for SJE.

Wilbur-Creston 16 12 24 24 - 76

SJE 13 16 10 14 - 53

WILBUR-CRESTON Marchand 3, Leonard 8, Villars 2, Tonasket 10, Bahr 0, Samuels 9, Kuchenbuch 17, Nelson 4, Katich 10, Desautel 11.

ST. JOHN-ENDICOTT Kolb 0, Coylar 3, Repp 0, Bafus 14, Strader 14, Stoner 2, Scheuerman 2, Smith 7, Siler 5, Stolmeier 6.

L-W 55, Pomeroy 51

Casey Rouleau’s 14 points led four players in double figures and the Tigercats (8-2) overcame poor free-throw shooting to beat the visiting Pirates (3-3) at Washtucna.

L-W missed 17 of 31 free throws, including eight in the fourth quarter when Pomeroy rallied with 3-pointers. The Pirates hit eight long-range shots for the game.

Pomeroy 9 10 16 16 - 51

LaCrosse-Wash. 13 11 20 11 - 55

POMEROY Cox 16, McCabe 5, McKeirnan 0, Young 17, Claassen 0, Fruh 4, Slaybaugh 7, Ledgerwood 2.

LACROSSE-WASHTUCNA Nealey 11, Schweiger 6, Ledbetter 12, Rouleau 14, Henley 1, Whitman 11.

Riverside 75, Deer Park 43

Ryan Monroe scored 22 points on 9-of-15 shooting from the field and the Rams (2-6) hit 10 of 12 from the line to hold off the Stags (0-9).

Monroe added five assists and three steals, and Riverside made 32 of 54 field goals. DP’s Greg McCollough had eight rebounds.

Riverside 14 16 22 23 - 75

Deer Park 6 11 13 13 - 43

RIVERSIDE Otto 7, Lundberg 7, Monroe 22, Daubel 4, Beckham 2, Frowick 2, Leaf 16, Crance 10, Miller 5.

DEER PARK Mitchell 0, Santonocito 4, Bryant 6, Westerman 0, Hall 2, Frickey 9, McCollough 15, Martin 7.

Genesee 48, Tekoa-Oakes. 42

At Oakesdale, the visiting Bulldogs held the Nighthawks (3-6) to 30-percent shooting from the floor in the first half and sealed the game at the free-throw line.

Trevor Fox scored 21, Josh Taylor had five assists and four steals, and Bill Graffis added 12 rebounds for T-O.

Genesee 19 9 9 11 - 48

Tekoa-Oakes. 10 6 16 10 - 42

GENESEE Boyd 4, Scharnhorst 7, Morshceck 17, Aherin 12, Grieser 8.

TEKOA-OAKESDALE Fox 21, Brown 0, Teal 3, Brogan 2, Taylor 4, Peringer 2, Zornes 0, Graffis 10.

Clarkston 51, Lewiston 46

Adam Johnson scored nine third-quarter points and Kyle Stiffarm sealed the win with two free throws with 40 seconds left as the visiting Bantams (5-0) beat the Bengals (6-4).

Clarkston’s J.D. Burns had seven rebounds.

Clarkston 14 2 19 16 - 51

Lewiston 12 7 8 19 - 46

CLARKSTON Havemann 0, Johnson 13, Cunningham 12, Legg 0, Fleishinger 0, Stiffarm 2, Burns 6, Norland 0, Jelinek 16, Olson 2.

LEWISTON Maurer 0, White 17, Benner 0, Charlo 0, Eck 0, Pierce 9, Frasier 0, Sullivan 0, Hardin 0, Egland 5, Smith 2, Lupinacci 0.

Newport at Priest River, ppd.

The Grizzlies’ road game was postponed. No makeup date was announced.

PANORAMA LEAGUE

St. George’s 56, Cusick 48

Dan Kuney, who scored 25, made 8-of-8 fourth-quarter free throws and finished 10 of 10 to guide the visiting Dragons (6-4, 4-2) over the Panthers (0-9, 0-6).

Tom Deponty added nine rebounds for St. George’s, which made 16 of 20 from the line in the final quarter. Cusick missed 11 fourth-quarter layups.

St. George’s 11 13 10 22 - 56 <, Cusick 14 7 9 18 - 48

ST. GEORGE’S D. Dhillon 4, J. Dhillon 0, DePonty 9, Blume 8, Spencer 4, Kuney 25, Helms 0, R.Thompson 6.

CUSICK Coppock 3, McCart 0, Reijonen 5, Waldman 7, Bridges 0, Chantry 2, Finley 2, Sattleen 0, Hamilton 20, Martin 9, Kramer 0.

Springdale 58, NWC 55

Ben Peterson scored 13 of his 27 in the fourth quarter to rally the visiting Chargers (6-4, 4-2) over the Crusaders (4-6, 3-3) at Mead High.

Springdale 11 15 9 23 - 58

NW Christian 17 15 9 14 - 55

SPRINGDALE B.Peterson 27, Brisbois 3, Lozano 4, Montgomery 0, Klemish 2, Farnsworth 20, Carlson 0, Gardiner 0, McCurdy 2, Canfield 0.

NORTHWEST CHRISTIAN Mortlock 10, Smith 7, Affeldt 18, A.Crouch 13, M.Crouch 6, Malott 1, Wolf 0.

Selkirk 76, St. Michael’s 51

Brodie Larson scored 22 on 10-of-14 shooting from the field and added five assists to guide the Rangers (7-2, 5-1) over the visiting Warriors (3-7, 2-4) at Ione.

Jimmy Gere added 10 rebounds and five assists for Selkirk, which shot 58 percent from the floor and forced 17 first-quarter turnovers. SM’s Bryan Argentino scored 21, giving him 81 for the last three games.

St. Michael’s 11 15 10 15 - 51

Selkirk 20 22 19 15 - 76

ST. MICHAEL’S B.Argentino 21, N.Argentino 0, Baarstad 18, Lajoie 2, Chastain , Lakin 4, Bittner 2, South 2, Sandquist 2, Edwards 0.

SELKIRK Escalanti 8, Larson 22, Kinney 3, Farris 4, Gere 10, Huffine 8, Lopes 4, Pyeatt 11, White 6.

Republic 47, Northport 18

Mark Rickard made 9 of 19 field goals and the visiting Tigers (8-0, 6-0) forced 22 turnovers to beat the Mustangs (5-5, 4-2). Northport shot 22 percent from the field.

Republic 10 12 12 13 - 47

Northport 4 4 6 4 - 18

REPUBLIC Dinkins 0, Dav.Hanks 9, Baldwin 8, Dan.Hanks 2, Glidden 0, Hadden 0, Rickard 19, Hargrave 1, Grimm 4, Kuchenmeister 4, Wilson 0.

NORTHPORT Dufresne 8, Morrow 0, Carlson 0, Aaro.Day 4, Timmering 0, Godes 2, Aari.Day 0, Fredrickson 0, Bennetch 0, Ad.Day 4, Phaff 0.

Curlew 99, Inchelium 33

Ben Miller’s 18 points led six players in double figures, and Jason Miller scored eight first-quarter points as the visiting Cougars (8-2, 5-1) beat the Hornets (0-9, 0-6).

Michael Jolley had eight rebounds and Rich Swan five assists for Inchelium.

Curlew 25 14 26 34 - 99

Inchelium 7 5 9 12 - 33

CURLEW J.Miller 14, Bruckleir 12, Prazak 6, Nelson 6, Groth 10, G.Olsen 15, Cribby 14, Edwards 2, B.Miller 18, Edwards 2.

INCHELIUM Jolley 9, Johnson 0, Swan 10, Michel 5, Mason 2, Tonasket 7, Simmons 0.

Wellpinit 57, Columbia 48

Donnie LeBret had 12 rebounds and six steals, and Perry Pakootas added 10 assists as the Redskins (5-4, 3-3) topped the visiting Lions (0-9, 0-6).

Columbia 8 13 9 18 - 48

Wellpinit 10 20 14 13 - 57

COLUMBIA McLean 2, Wass 8, Etue 5, Denison 2, Kastelic 6, Neidhart 9, Philpot 0, Carlson 0, Smith 16.

WELLPINIT Andrew 4, T.Flett 11, Garrett 7, Gould 0, LeBret 10, Pakootas 13, D.Tonasket 12, Carter 0.

BI-COUNTY LEAGUE

Reardan 66, Davenport 47

Travis Titchenal scored 23, and Peter Eastman and James Kiger had seven rebounds apiece to lead the visiting Indians (10-0, 5-0) over the Gorillas (2-7, 0-5).

Reardan 18 13 13 22 - 66

Davenport 4 16 6 21 - 47

REARDAN Jenkin 8, Brown 4, Soliday 6, Titchenal 23, Martin 0, Eastman 8, Graham 2, Flaa 1, Nollmeyer 0, Kiger 14.

DAVENPORT Holderby 3, Buchanan 4, Orvis 5, Gunning 3, Telecky 11, Bailey 11, FitzPatrick 0, McClure 6, Hammond 2, Doucette 2.

IDAHO

Post Falls 65, CdA 52

In Post Falls, Brason Alexander scored a team-high 19 points and Chad Quesnell added 18 in leading the Trojans to a win over the Vikings in Inland Empire League play.

Coeur d’Alene 13 16 12 11 - 52

Post Falls 16 15 15 19 - 65

Coeur d’Alene - O’Dowd 11, Kovatch 3, Gibbs 9, Rupp 3, Hoorelbeke 6, Sigler 7, Wood 1, Davis 12.

Post Falls - Quesnell 18, Alexander 19, Curlee 0, Bohn 6, McLean 6, Lee 6, Juhlin 2, Olson 0, Meeks 0, Therrian 6, Fehling 2.

Lake City 86, Kellogg 72

Gabe Hern made four 3-pointers and scored 28 points in leading Lake City past the visiting Wildcats.

Kellogg 19 22 15 16 - 72

Lake City 25 16 16 26 - 86

KELLOGG Co.Lewis 1, Blalack 0, Mercado 16, Corkill 21, C.Marek 8, Rice 3, Carlson 16, H.Marek 7.

LAKE CITY Camantigue 6, Cheeley 13, J.Reiswig 0, Barlow 17, Anderson 0, Bramlet 5, R.Reiswig 5, Stroh 0, Hern 28, Morris 6, Nipp 6.

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