January 11, 1998 in Sports

Foul-Line Exploits Lift Up Chewelah

 

Boys basketball

Chewelah took over second place in the Great Northern League Saturday by rallying past 10th-ranked Medical Lake with free-throw shooting in the fourth quarter.

Andy Nitschke made 4 of 4 free throws in the fourth as the Cougars (7-3, 4-1) hit 12 of 20 to top the visiting Cardinals 53-48.

Travis Meserve added two 3-pointers and sank 6 of 8 free throws in the fourth for Chewelah. ML (4-4, 1-1) is making do without Vince Moore (knee injury), a top returner.

Chewelah 53, ML 48

Medical Lake 15 12 8 13 - 48

Chewelah 18 7 9 19 - 53

MEDICAL LAKE - Jackson 6, Brown 0, Headlee 7, Shirley 0, Meeks 2, Mitchell 8, Miller 2, Alexander 0, Nichols 7, Moore 16.

CHEWELAH - Landram 1, Forsberg 13, Meserve 18, Miller 4, Nitschke 6, Kinley 0, Sunday 1, Parrish 10.

Pullman 68, Riverside 56

Ryan Harms scored 21 and the fourth-ranked Greyhounds (6-0, 4-0) held on when the host Rams (2-6, 0-3) committed three late turnovers.

Pullman 16 16 15 21 - 68

Riverside 10 19 14 13 - 56

PULLMAN - Brown 5, Cummings 11, Linehan 3, Camp 0, Bray 13, Harms 21, Meyers 0, Randall 9, Weeks 0, Camara 6, Poole 0, Dorvil 0.

RIVERSIDE - Kapelke 6, Lieske 0, Remington 4, Murphy 6, Boone 0, Rizzuto 2, Vannatter 0, Frowick 13, Johnson 0, Crance 13, Dinning 0, Miller 12.

Lakeside 62, Deer Park 47

Mike Rowse scored 20, and the host Eagles (3-5, 2-2) made 11 of 13 free throws in the fourth quarter and 29 of 41 for the game to defeat the Stags (3-5, 1-4) at Nine Mile Falls.

Deer Park 9 9 15 14 - 47

Lakeside 16 21 3 22 - 62

DEER PARK - Holmes 1, Westerman 2, Santonocito 1, S.Mitchell 9, J.Mitchell 7, Martin 2, Zimmerer 6, Sebright 2, Frickey 8, Thompson 9.

LAKESIDE - Day 7, Purkheiser 14, Rowse 20, Spiger 5, Skinner 5, L.Noland 4, Mortlock 0, Clockerty 4, Bjork 2.

Border League

Lewiston 75, WV 74 (OT)

Carson Egland had 27 points and 16 rebounds, and sank two free throws with 9 seconds left in OT as the visiting Bengals (9-3, 6-2) edged the Eagles (6-5, 4-3).

Lewiston 20 18 11 15 11 - 75

West Valley 14 20 15 15 10 - 74

LEWISTON - Egland 27, Pierce 9, Holmes 2, Mauer 10, Couch 1, Eck 16, Klamper 0, Wolf 0, Reineke 0, Johnson 10.

WEST VALLEY - Sly 8, Deno 19, Browning 13, Groh 13, Gregg 6, Spivey 14, Sorenson 0, Hilsabeck 1.

Cheney 63, Clarkston 38

James Kiger had eight rebounds and the ninth-ranked Blackhawks (9-1, 6-0) pulled away from the visiting Bantams (1-6, 1-6) in the second half.

Clarkston 8 13 7 10 - 38

Cheney 15 11 21 16 - 63

CLARKSTON - Norland 2, Smith 11, Blankinship 6, Fuchs 2, Harrington 11, Cummings 4, Cridlebaugh 0, Hayes 0, Hilty 2.

CHENEY - Stiffler 7, Eggart 1, Oyolokor 4, Goetz 2, Donnelly 3, Ervin 12, Caskey 0, Malisani 17, Kiger 15, Bond 2.

Non-league

Newport 44, Freeman 42

Erich Frandrup hit two free throws with 5 seconds left to lift the Grizzlies (5-4) over the visiting Scotties (8-3).

Freeman 11 9 6 16 - 42

Newport 10 7 10 17 - 44

FREEMAN - C.Miller 0, Love 0, M.Miller 8, Freeman 0, Shkuratoff 2, Goldsmith 14, White 2, S.Snyder 0, Pope 7.

NEWPORT - Kiehn 0, Frandrup 12, Meade 4, Ellersick 11, Drum 5, Marsh 8, Balcolm 3, Martindale 0, Vlasman 0, Mumford 1.

Reardan 56, ACH 47

Reece Jenkin hit three 3-pointers and the host Indians (7-4) sank 11 of 12 free throws to beat the Warriors (6-5) in a rematch of last year’s District 7-B title game, won by ACH.

ACH 13 9 15 10 - 47

Reardan 15 13 18 10 - 56

ALMIRA/COULEE-HARTLINE - Evans 0, Dormaier 0, Thomas 2, Elder 0, St. John 2, Pate 9, Higginbotham 8, Leander 17, Emerson 0, Gwinn 4, Durrant 5.

REARDAN - Alexie 0, Eastman 15, Soliday 9, Jenkin 14, Nollmeyer 0, Brown 6, Hopper 4, Flaa 8.

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