January 18, 1997 in Sports

Trio Paces Newport Past Colfax

 

Area girls basketball

Carey Sauer, Heidi Frandrup and Michele Carrara combined for 50 points to lead the Newport Grizzlies to a 65-60 win over the third-ranked Colfax Bulldogs in Northeast A League girls action Friday night in Newport.

The Grizzlies (10-1, 5-1) held a 40-29 advantage at the half, but Colfax (10-2, 4-2) rallied to tie at 51 with 3:45 to go in the game.

Angie Hall led Colfax with 21 points and Shelby Pittman had 14.

Frandup grabbed a game-high 14 rebounds for Newport.

Newport 65, Colfax 60

Colfax 15 14 17 14 - 60

Newport 21 19 7 18 - 65

COLFAX Harder 0, T.Pittman 4, Blevins 0, Hall 21, Tribbett 13, Rohner 0, Widman 8, S.Pittman 14.

NEWPORT Casey 5, Lindburg 3, Schulz 7, Almond 0, Sauer 21, Frandrup 13, Carrara 16.

Chewelah 54, Deer Park 53

Hayden Kristianson dribbled the length of the floor and scored a basket with 2 seconds left as the Cougars (7-5, 4-3) beat the Stags (7-5, 3-3) at Deer Park.

Chewelah 12 12 13 17 - 54

Deer Park 8 12 19 14 - 53

CHEWELAH Edwards 5, Anderson 4, Rogers 2, Harrison 5, Albertson 5, Kristianson 15, Moore 6, Oneal 6, McCanna 0, Boone 6.

DEER PARK Ostrom 0, Hardie 0, Michaels 6, Bendowski 5, Sims 9, Langbehn 0, Stone 16, Scott 2, O’Brien 15.

K. Falls 50, Freeman 46

Jamie Watkins had 19 points and 14 rebounds, but it wasn’t enough as the Scotties (2-10, 1-5) fell to the Bulldogs (6-6, 2-4).

Freeman 10 14 9 13 - 46

Kettle Falls 17 8 19 6 - 50

FREEMAN Watson 0, Pratt 0, Dahmen 2, McCathern 11, Wilkerson 7, Watkins 19, Moberg 4, Graham 3. KETTLE FALLS Fredrickson 8, Richardson 10, Fusato 0, Maidhoff 11, D. Azzarito 6, Matter 7, Lathrop 2, McDaniels 6, S. Azzarito 0.

Lakeside 70, Med. Lk. 15

Nikki Petticrew had 13 points and Brianne Jolley 12 to lead the Eagles (11-1, 6-0) over the host Cardinals (0-12, 0-7).

Lakeside NM 27 12 15 16 - 70

Medical Lake 6 3 2 4 - 15

LAKESIDE (Nine Mile Falls) - McElroy 4, Wilkins 0, Waddell 10, Heebink 0, Hatch 17, Jolley 12, Reardan 7, Long 4, Petticrew 13, Lewis 3.

MEDICAL LAKE Blayne 2, French 0, Erickson 1, Muelken 2, Duckett 0, Monroe 0, Tschirley 2, Ramirez 5, Simmons 1, Knapp 2.

WHITMAN COUNTY

Gar-Pal 29, T-O 28

Tekoa-Oak. 9 3 6 10 - 28

Garfield-Palouse 9 9 1 10 - 29

TEKOA-OAKESDALE S.Brown 0, Driscoll 2, Palmer 4, M.Brown 11, Hay 2, Graffis 0, Hansen 0, Bruce 5, Crow 0, Cox 4, Hurley 0.

GARFIELD-PALOUSE Nelson 0, Coles 8, Shelden 2, Smick 0, J.Cottrill 3, Smith 0, Swinney 6, Hodson 0, Hayden 8, Scheffler 0, Tronson 2.

Rosalia 57, Colton 33

Rosalia 12 17 8 20 - 57

Colton 4 8 12 9 - 33

ROSALIA Quintana 0, Henning 1, Witte 12, Nelson 19, Peringer 10, Brown 6, Willey 7, Dale 2.

COLTON Crim 0, Morrison 4, Harrell 4, Maston 6, Hewitt 0, Buck 4, Reisenauer 2, Merk 13.

PANORAMA

Northport 41, Republic 39

Jessica Sell sank a pair of free throws with 11 seconds left as the Mustangs (13-1, 8-1) held off the host Tigers (9-4, 7-2) in a battle for first place in the North Division.

Northport 6 9 8 18 - 41

Republic 12 8 3 16 - 39

NORTHPORT C.Young 10, Knudsen 0, Day 4, Ke.Sauvola 0, Sell 6, E.Young 2, Ka.Sauvola 19, Regis 0.

REPUBLIC Dinkins 2, Stonehocker 2, Young 14, Campobasso 1, Prichett 0, Davis 2, Wilson 10, Pfaffle 4, Friend 4.

St. George’s 67, Cusick 26

Wenchi Liu had 11 first-quarter points to spark the Dragons (8-6, 7-2) to a 28-5 lead against the visiting Panthers (0-14, 0-9).

Cusick 5 5 2 14 - 26

St. George’s 28 7 14 18 - 67

CUSICK Norton 11, S.Pickerel 0, Cutshall 1, N.Pickerel 0, Cas.Haas 9, Nenema 5, Thomas 0, Chitwood 0.

ST. GEORGE’S Liu 15, Davis 4, DeNiro 4, Chiu 0, Boutz 3, Webster 0, Grant 0, McKelvey 0, Routh-Corker 19, Appling 17, Moore 4, MacKay 1.

Columbia 55, Wellpinit 40

The Lions (4-8, 4-6) got a game-high 21 points from Lisa Dale and forced 35 turnovers in beating the visiting Redskins (7-6, 4-6).

Wellpinit 9 12 8 11 - 40

Columbia 16 9 10 20 - 55

WELLPINIT Allen 9, Barnaby 0, Covington 1, Ost 8, Payne 11, Ramos 4, Stearns 0, Tonasket 7.

COLUMBIA Schrack 5, Etue 12, Berg 0, Strickler 7, MacMillan 2, L.Dale 21, Dashiell 8.

NWC 57, Springdale 52

Jana Huston had a game-high 26 points for visiting NWC (6-8, 5-3). The Chargers are 7-7, 5-4.

NW Christian 10 20 12 15 - 57

Springdale 7 23 11 11 - 52

NORTHWEST CHRISTIAN Moen 2, Smeltz 0, Ogle 10, Montague 9, Casimir 2, Strandy 0, Clouse 8, Huston 26.

SPRINGDALE A.Bade 2, Cates 21, Dixon 10, Hendricks 10, N’Deeo 6, Stricker 0, Peone 3.

Curlew 52, Inchelium 51

Johanna Paul buried a 3-pointer with 23 seconds left as the Cougars (1-13, 1-9) snapped an 18-game losing streak. The visiting Hornets are 3-8, 2-7.

Inchelium 9 10 14 18 - 51

Curlew 12 10 13 17 - 52

INCHELIUM G.Finley 4, Mollenberg 3, Te.Finley 0, Seymour 0, D.Stensgar 1, Tonasket 14, Boyd 12, Ta.Finley 17, Pakootas 0.

CURLEW Meyer 0, Brown 11, Peterson 7, Thiele 9, Barkley 1, Zerck 0, Paul 22, Somday 2, Branam 0.

BI-COUNTY

W-C 60, S-H 40

Alyssa Erickson scored 18 for the third-ranked Wildcats (12-3, 7-1). The Falcons are 6-7, 4-4.

Wilbur-Creston 15 14 21 10 - 60

Sprague-Harr. 7 13 8 12 - 40

WILBUR-CRESTON Harris 2, Mann 2, Allen 11, Llewellyn 0, Deahl 4, Green 2, Erickson 18, Arden 4, Nelson 4, Bandy 13, Seylor 0.

SPRAGUE-HARRINGTON Maurer 0, Whipple 3, Morton 9, Putney 2, M.Walters 15, Engles 11, Morse 0, C.Walters 0.

Reardan 68, ACH 29

Kristen Turner scored 22 points and Janelle Krupke hit four 3-pointers to spark the No. 8 Indians (9-4, 5-3). The Warriors are 1-11, 1-6.

Reardan 16 14 14 24 - 68

ACH 3 9 8 9 - 29

REARDAN Cassaro 0, Jayne 4, Schwartz 7, Krupke 12, Evans 2, Soliday 2, Plummer 3, Turner 22, Supinger 14, Rinker 2.

ALMIRA/COULEE-HARTLINE Oliver 0, Malone 6, Pinar 0, Maes 0, Roberts 13, Dormaier 6, Horter 2, Giese 0, Andersen 2.

Davenport 63, Lind 14

The Gorillas (8-5, 5-2) handed the Bulldogs their 30th straight defeat.

Lind 6 6 2 0 - 14

Davenport 19 17 16 11 - 63

LIND K.Palmer 2, Davis 4, Garza 0, Wills 6, Montejano 0, Fritchle 0, Bergeron 0, Robertson 0, L.Palmer 0, Wilson 0, Fode 2. DAVENPORT Marriott 6, Reed 0, Guhlke 2, Schreck 23, Lust 9, Bolyard 3, Cowdrey 16, Rux 4.

Ritzville 61, Valley Chr. 47

Shannon Russel hit three 3s in leading the No. 4 Broncos (12-3, 8-0). The Panthers are 6-7, 2-5.

Ritzville 12 10 18 21 - 61

Valley Christian 15 10 10 12 - 47

RITZVILLE J.Wellsandt 4, Warriner 0, Kramer 2, Weber 8, Horpedahl 4, M.Wellsandt 7, Kirkendall 0, Russel 15, Yerxa 10, Alspach 11.

VALLEY CHRISTIAN Monforton 9, Robertson 0, Diaz 0, Nichols 0, Rosholt 1, Arnhold 6, Evans 3, Swenson 0, Hopson 8, Jones 0, Ferderer 20.

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