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Dodge Sizzles As Lake City Notches 20th Win

Girls basketball

Nobody has dodged Lake City this year.

Laura Dodge hit 7 of 9 field goals to lead a 25-for-48 effort Saturday as the A-1 top-ranked Timberwolves (20-0, 16-0) completed their Border League season by defeating host Clarkston 58-41.

Alison Asher and Lindsay Herbert combined for 20 rebounds, and Kelli Kendrick and Kelley McCabe had four steals apiece for LC. Clarkston is 1-13, 0-12.

Lake City 58, Clarkston 41

Lake City 11 18 13 16 - 58

Clarkston 10 15 7 9 - 41

LAKE CITY - Hayes 0, Hawn 2, Kendrick 3, Bro 1, Herbert 15, McCabe 4, Dodge 15, Asher 15, Stern 3.

CLARKSTON - Blankinship 8, Smith 2, Jones 3, Tucker 7, Murray 1, Strohbehn 0, Blake 0, Johnson 2, Pavey 2, Rodgers 3, Haight 13.

West Valley 50, Sandpoint 40

Gabby McClintock hit 10 of 14 free throws, guiding a 16-for-27 effort, as the visiting Eagles (9-8, 7-6) defeated the Bulldogs (4-16, 2-14).

WV had a 43-24 rebounding edge. Jenny James and Natasha Cargill had seven rebounds apiece for Sandpoint.

West Valley 13 15 6 16 - 50

Sandpoint 2 17 7 14 - 40

WEST VALLEY - Hilsabeck 6, Groh 3, McClintock 18, Huffman 7, Holstrom 6, Pedey 2, Parvey 7, Vermeers 1.

SANDPOINT - Allmaras 3, Verby 6, Bymaster 1, Ward 9, Cargill 0, Ross 13, Jensen 0, James 6, Wood 0, Sanders 2.

Lewiston 49, East Valley 22

Kim Wegner had five rebounds, and she and Michelle Bausch provided the scoring punch as the Bengals (9-10, 9-6) defeated the visiting Knights (5-11, 4-8).

Lewiston had 16 turnovers, half of its total the first time it played EV.

East Valley 8 8 4 2 - 22

Lewiston 17 16 4 12 - 49

EAST VALLEY - Conard 0, Schumacher 0, LeGrant 0, Werner 0, Birdsbill 12, Tomblin 2, Neal 0, Tonani 2, Schultz 2, Triplett 0, Shogren 4.

LEWISTON - Gill 2, Zobel 2, Scharnhorst 0, Sullivan 2, Albright 9, Roberts 3, Wegner 10, Bausch 15, Ostheller 2, Presnell 4.

Great Northern League

Pullman 57, Medical Lake 34

Christa Brossman scored eight first-quarter points and Ali Johnston had nine rebounds as the visiting Greyhounds (7-6, 3-5) defeated the Cardinals (3-11, 0-8).

Jessica Ramirez had 11 rebounds for Medical Lake, which shot 25 percent from the floor.

Pullman 13 14 15 15 - 57

Medical Lake 6 8 6 14 - 34

PULLMAN - Brossman 16, Umbreit 5, Mirkovich 4, Keck 0, Pedersen 8, Paulson 3, Rydbom 4, Curry 6, Johnston 8, Pollastro 3, Couch 0.

MEDICAL LAKE - Muelken 3, Biggs 5, Blayne 0, French 0, Erickson 1, Monroe 4, Ramirez 12, Simmons 2, B.Knapp 7.

Northeast A League

Colfax 68, Kettle Falls 30

Laura Widman scored 12 of her 22 points in the first quarter, hitting 5 of 5 field goals on the way to a 10-for-14 effort, as the Bulldogs (8-8, 3-0) defeated the visitors, who are also called the Bulldogs (5-11, 0-3).

Jessica Rohner and Tiffany Pittman combined for 21 Colfax rebounds.

Kettle Falls 0 10 12 8 - 30

Colfax 24 19 12 13 - 68

KETTLE FALLS - Holland 2, Schneider 0, Madlin 0, Fredrickson 5, Azzarito 4, Bruce 2, Link 15, Newton 0, McDaniels 0, Graves 2.

COLFAX - Ochs 0, Li.Widman 3, Pittman 10, Mellor 8, Hall 0, K.VanTine 2, B.VanTine 7, McPherson 2, Rohner 8, La.Widman 22, Cocking 5, Baldree 1.

Reardan 52, Freeman 47

Kristen Turner hit 7 of 11 field goals and the visiting Indians (9-8, 3-1) held on after the Scotties (2-15, 1-3) committed two turnovers in the final minute.

Freeman trailed by one with 1 minute left. Heather Wilkerson finished 6 of 10 from the floor and Sarah Pratt had 10 rebounds for the Scotties.

Reardan 12 12 15 13 - 52

Freeman 12 16 12 7 - 47

REARDAN - Cassaro 2, Schwartz 2, Seyler 2, Jayne 4, Rinker 9, Hicks 7, Plummer 10, Turner 16.

FREEMAN - Dahmen 0, Pratt 7, Wilkerson 16, Freeman 9, White 4, Kiddoo 0, Davey 2, Moberg 9.

, DataTimes



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