January 8, 1997 in Sports

Wilbur-Creston Snaps Sje’s 38-Game Win Streak

 

Area girls

The streak ended Tuesday, or maybe it has just begun.

Janelle Allen scored 21, including five in overtime, as Wilbur-Creston beat St. John-Endicott 65-59 in a non-leaguer at St. John to end the Eagles’ 38-game winning streak.

Raymond (1988-89) holds the B girls record of 52.

Mindy Bandy added eight rebounds to guide a 36-29 edge for the Wildcats (8-3, 4-1), who won their seventh straight.

Tricia Lamb had 26 points and nine rebounds for SJE (8-1), which last lost March 2, 1995, to Wishkah Valley at the State B Tournament. Wishkah won that state title; SJE won last year’s.

“That’s all right; it was time to get that off our back,” SJE coach Lorin Carlon said of the streak.

SJE beat W-C 54-49 one month ago, when the Wildcats played without Alyssa Erickson. Despite fouling out, Erickson scored 13 points.

W-C 65, SJE 59 (OT)

Wilbur-Crstn 13 9 23 8 12 - 65

SJ-Endicott 12 14 14 13 6 - 59

WILBUR-CRESTON Harris 0, Mann 2, Allen 21, Llewellyn 6, Deahl 2, Erickson 13, Arden 7, Nelson 2, Bandy 12.

ST. JOHN-ENDICOTT Ki.Colyar 0, Bafus 10, Lamb 26, Loomis 0, Zuger 2, Kile 7, Schmick 5, Headlund 9.

Colfax 75, Asotin 47 T

he Bulldogs (8-0) jumped ahead 14-2 and shot 50 percent from the field to beat the visiting Panthers (4-4) in a makeup game from the canceled Colfax holiday tournament. Colfax’s Alison Harder had seven rebounds.

Asotin 10 11 9 17 - 47

Colfax 23 16 20 16 - 75

ASOTIN Beloit 2, Schnider 15, Fred 2, McNair 15, Shaw 1, Hawkins 0, Roberts 1, McCann 11, Van Trease 0.

COLFAX Harder 11, T.Pittman 7, Blevins 2, Hall 16, Zimmerman 0, Thiele 6, Tribbett 17, Rohner 4, S.Pittman 12.

Lewiston 63, Clarkston 22

The Bengals (10-0) went on a 9-0 run in the first quarter and finished with 23 offensive rebounds in beating the Bantams (1-5).

Clarkston 4 4 6 8 - 22

Lewiston 17 15 14 17 - 63

CLARKSTON Blankinship 0, King 6, Tucker 0, Heytvelt 2, Jones 2, Johnson 0, Rodgers 0, Anderson 2, Fazzari 2, Haight 8.

LEWISTON A.Roberts 5, Cain 8, B.Roberts 2, Albright 3, Martin 3, Benson 7, Wegner 8, Cushman 8, McEachern 11, Bloom 8.

Deer Park 39, Riverside 36

Tami Michaels and Jaime Stone combined for 12 steals and held down Bernice Stime in the second half as the Stags (4-5) rallied past the visiting Rams (4-4). Stime scored 11 in the first half.

Riverside 7 9 5 15 - 36

Deer Park 13 2 11 13 - 39

RIVERSIDE Koesel 4, Rizzuto 0, H.Wood 0, Stime 17, A.Wood 7, McMurphy 6, Olson 0, Lorenz 1, B.Snyder 1.

DEER PARK Ostrom 0, Hardie 1, Michaels 9, Bendowski 0, Sims 6, Langbehn 0, Stone 6, Scott 6, O’Brien 11.

Manson 58, ACH 24

Katie Davis scored 23 and the visiting Trojans (7-3) forced 27 turnovers to beat the Warriors (1-7) in a makeup game.

Manson 9 11 20 18 - 58

ACH 8 4 5 7 - 24

MANSON Koenig 2, Rashaw 7, Teague 6, Doede 13, Davis 23, K.Johnson 2, Weagent 0, L.Johnson 5, Gayton 0.

ALMIRA/COULEE-HARTLINE Oliver 3, Malone 4, Pinar 3, Maes 0, Roberts 4, Dormaier 6, Horter 4, Giese 0, Andersen 0.

LaCr.-Wash. 49, Pomeroy 43

Freshman Christine Cronrath scored nine second-quarter points and the Tigercats (4-5) forced 19 first-half turnovers to beat the visiting Pirates (1-7).

Pomeroy 4 14 12 13 - 43

LaCrosse-Wash. 8 20 14 7 - 49

POMEROY Kimble 4, Appel 2, Mulrony 2, Bergschneider 9, Gates 2, Henry 18, Brandon 5, Heytvelt 1.

LACROSSE-WASHTUCNA R.Schneider 4, A.Camp 10, Cronrath 13, Kinch 2, D.Bay 10, Bryan 6, Wigen 2, N.Schneider 2.

Soap Lake 30, Lind 28

The visiting Bulldogs (0-10) came within a shade of beating the Eagles (3-2) and ending a 24-game losing streak.

Liberty 62, Gar-Pal 61

At Palouse, the visiting Lancers (3-8) nipped the Vikings (4-5).

PANORAMA LEAGUE

Republic 49, Northport 47

Melissa Young made two late free throws and Felishia Pfaffle added another with 19 seconds left as the visiting Tigers (7-3, 5-1) ended the Mustangs’ perfect record and took over first place in the North Division.

Republic made three more 3-pointers than Northport (9-1, 4-1) and held the Mustangs to 27-percent shooting from the field.

Republic 12 9 12 16 - 49

Northport 3 15 14 15 - 47

REPUBLIC Dinkins 2, Stonehocker 0, Young 8, Davis 8, Wilson 10, Pfaffle 17, Friend 8.

NORTHPORT C.Young 7, Knudsen 2, Day 7, Ke.Sauvola 7, Sell 13, E.Young 5, Lenhard 0, Ka.Sauvola 5, Regis 1.

Columbia 55, Wellpinit 53

Mindy Etue’s 3-pointer with just less than 1 minute left gave the visiting Lions (2-6, 2-4) a five-point lead, and they held on to beat the Redskins (6-3, 3-3).

Columbia 20 7 11 17 - 55

Wellpinit 13 12 12 16 - 53

COLUMBIA Sampson 0, Schrack 9, Etue 10, Berg 12, Strickler 7, MacMillan 0, L.Dale 8, Dashiell 9.

WELLPINIT Abrahamson 7, Allen 13, Barnaby 0, Covington 3, Lynn 15, Ost 2, Payne 11, Ramos 0, Stearns 0, Tonasket 2.

Springdale 64, NWC 56

Hillary Dixon made six 3-pointers, and she and Cindy Cates scored 23 apiece as the visiting Chargers (5-5, 3-2) topped the Crusaders (4-7, 3-2).

NWC’s Jana Huston scored 24.

Springdale 12 15 11 26 - 64

NW Christian 18 14 11 13 - 56

SPRINGDALE K.Bade 2, A.Bade 0, Cates 23, Dixon 23, Hendricks 5, N’Deeo 11, Stricker 0, J.Rij 0.

NORTHWEST CHRISTIAN Moen 4, Ogle 7, Montague 8, Casimir 0, Strandy 0, Clouse 13, Huston 24.

Inchelium 48, Curlew 38

Danielle Stensgar and Bonnie Boyd had 11 rebounds apiece, and the Hornets (2-5, 1-4) had 16 steals while beating the visiting Cougars (0-10, 0-6). Curlew pulled within six points in the third quarter with free-throw shooting.

Curlew 6 6 12 14 - 38

Inchelium 17 11 10 10 - 48

CURLEW Brown 5, Peterson 15, Thiele 4, Barkley 4, Zerck 0, Paul 2, Somday 7, Craw 1.

INCHELIUM G.Finley 8, Mollenberg 2, Te.Finley 2, Seymour 2, D.Stensgar 4, Tonasket 6, Boyd 12, Ta.Finley 4, Pakootas 8.

St. George’s 78, Cusick 19

Miranda Routh-Corker had 23 points and eight rebounds, and Jaime Appling scored 24 to lead the visiting Dragons (6-5, 5-1) over the Panthers (0-10, 0-5) and to their sixth straight win. St. George’s made 20 of 30 free throws and led 33-22 in rebounds.

St. George’s 11 26 20 21 - 78

Cusick 3 6 2 8 - 19

ST. GEORGE’S Liu 9, Chiu 0, Boutz 5, Webster 3, Grant 2, McKelvey 0, Mackay 4, Routh-Corker 23, Appling 24, Moore 8.

CUSICK Norton 2, S.Pickerel 4, Cutshall 0, N.Pickerel 2, Cas.Haas 5, Nenema 2, Thomas 0, Chitwood 4.

BI-COUNTY LEAGUE

Davenport 47, Reardan 42

Christy Cowdrey scored 21 and had 12 of 14 rebounds in the second half to rally the host Gorillas (6-5, 3-2) over the East Division-leading Indians (8-2, 4-1). Addie Lust added eight rebounds and Kylene Marriott five assists for Davenport, which took the lead for good with 5 minutes left.

Reardan 12 13 13 4 - 42

Davenport 16 8 10 13 - 47

REARDAN Cassaro 0, Jayne 4, Schwartz 1, Krupke 14, Soliday 1, Plummer 0, Turner 4, Supinger 18.

DAVENPORT Marriott 9, Reed 0, Schreck 2, Lust 6, Bolyard 0, Pauls 9, Cowdrey 21.

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