Reardan raced the length of the floor after a Lancers turnover, but missed the layin at the buzzer, falling at Liberty, 42-41, in a Bi-County League girls basketball game Saturday.
Liberty built a seven-point fourth quarter lead, but saw it evaporate when point guard Jessica Hahner fouled out.
Shawn Hennessey scored 10 points to lead the Lancers, and Amber Troyer pulled down eight rebounds.
Reardan shot 19 of 32 from the free-throw line, but got 18 points from Chelsea Wagner.
Wilbur-Creston 52, Valley Christian 48: The Wildcats won their second straight league game to start the season behind Zenda and Kaitlyn Reidt, who scored 17 and 12 points, respectively. Zenda scored 10 points in the final period. Emily Oliver tossed in 17 points to lead the Panthers.
Almira/Coulee-Hartline 44, Odessa 28: The Warriors built a 26-8 advantage at halftime and never looked back. Kami Clark paced ACH with 19 points. Lauren Fink had eight points and 10 rebounds for the Tigers. … Sprague-Harrington 53, Davenport 27: The Falcons went to 2-0 in league behind three scorers in double figures. Stacie Shields had 14 points, eight rebounds and 14 steals. Roni Jo Mielke added 11 points.
Hornets sting Tigers
Chelsie Pakootas tossed in 14 points to lead Inchelium to a road victory at Republic, 55-45. Melissa Dick added 12 points for the Hornets and Randi Beck paced Republic with 10. … Curlew 75, Columbia 32: Nicole Miller’s 14 points and 14 rebounds powered the Cougars at home. Amanda Grumback matched Miller’s 14 boards and added another 13 points for Curlew. Christy Dashiell scored 15 points to lead the Lions. … Selkirk 46, Springdale 42: Jamie O’Donnell scored 18 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to power the Rangers to the homecourt victory. Kelly Scherf added 10 rebounds, seven points and a pair of blocks.
Cusick 68, St. George’s 36: The Panthers had four players score in double figures to beat the Dragons for the first time in more than a decade. Cara Sheperd had 18 points and 17 rebounds for Cusick. … Wellpinit 63, Northport 39: Samantha Flett paced Wellpinit with 17 points, with Lainie Arnoux adding another 16. Kaprina Goodwin topped all scorers with 24 points for the Mustangs.
Greyhounds out-run Scotties
Pullman scored a 60-44 win over visiting Freeman as the Greyhounds raced to a 30-13 lead at halftime. Jamie Thornton led all scorers with 14 points and grabbed six rebounds for Pullman, with Katie Hinrichs adding 11 points and Kelli Davis eight points, seven rebounds, five assists and three steals. Jessie DePell tossed in 10 points to lead the Scotties. … Medical Lake 64, LaCrosse-Washtucna 62: Medical Lake came from behind in the fourth quarter to nip the visiting Tigercats. Colleen Constantine scored six of her a career-high 15 points in the fourth quarter to lead the Cardinals, scoring a four-point play to put Medical Lake up by five points in the decisive final period.
Liberty Christian 57, Colton 41: The Patriots rolled at Colton. … Deer Park 58, Cashmere 50: The Stags rode a big second quarter to take the win at home. Kaytee Clough scored 24 points for Deer Park, 16 in the second quarter as the Stags outscored Cashmere 23-9. … Garfield-Palouse 43, Genesee 42: The Vikings earned the win on the road.
Priest River cleans glass
Priest River may not do windows, but the Spartans cleaned the glass against visiting Kellogg in the Intermountain League girls basketball opener at Priest River.
The home team took a decisive 27-13 advantage on the boards to tame the Wildcats, 56-47.
Rachel Schlecht scored 15 points, grabbed eight boards, dished off four assists and made a pair of steals to lead the Spartans.
Kellogg got 10 points from Jamie Brower.
Bonners Ferry 52, St. Maries 32: Becky Lowther and Shantel Schirado each scored 10 points to lead the Badgers at home. Katie Poston added eight points and 11 rebounds and Jennifer Youngwirth dished off five assists.
North Star League
Lakeside washes over PFC
Lakeside had things its own way, rolling over Post Falls Christian, 60-22, in a North Star League game at Plummer.
Wynonna Johnson’s 20 points and eight rebounds paced the Knights, with Corrina Hendrickx adding 14 points, five steals and six rebounds.