Jenny McVeigh hit all 10 of her free throws and a pair of 3-pointers on her way to a game-high 22 points and the Post Falls Trojans rolled to a 68-49 victory over the Lewiston Bengals in Inland Empire League play on Saturday in Post Falls.
Jordan Schoening added 12 points for the Trojans, who improved to 2-0 in the IEL and 2-0 overall.
Kiki Edwards-Teasley scored 12 points to pace Lewiston (0-1, 0-1).
Post Falls dominated the second half, outscoring the Bengals 37-19.
•In non-league play, Sadie Simon led all scorers with 13 points and Carli Rosenthal and Amy Warbrick each scored 12 to lead the Coeur d’Alene Vikings (2-0) to a 69-15 win over the visiting Madison Bobcats. Kama Griffitts chipped in with 10 points and six steals for CdA. The Vikings led 53-1 at the half. … Alivia Johnson totaled 10 points, eight rebounds and three steals to help the Lake City Timberwolves (2-0) roll to a 53-18 victory over the visiting Rigby Trojans. Emma Hawn added seven points, five rebounds, four assists and four steals for Lake City, which led 29-9 at the half. … Megan Hess tossed in a team-high 11 points and Bailey Hewitt scored 10 to lead the Clark Fork Wampus Cats (2-0) to a 33-29 victory over the Lakeside Knights in Plummer. Ruth Brunelle tallied 14 points, 12 rebounds and three steals to pace Lakeside (0-2), which committed 32 turnovers. … Samantha Hiatt tossed in 13 points and the Bonners Ferry Badgers (1-1) forced 45 turnovers on their way to a 58-22 road win over the Wallace Miners (0-2). Kristin Harmann and Myranda Wheeler paced the Miners with seven points apiece. … Marisa Bush tallied a game-high 14 points, Amanda Seeling scored 12 and Kaela Calabretta and Katie Dumont each chipped in with 11 to power the Kellogg Wildcats (3-1) to a 50-27 victory over the Timberlake Tigers (2-1) in the championship game of the Wallace tournament. Cassie Thompson led Timberlake with 10 points. Kellogg, which made 15 of 20 at the free-throw line, won the tournament for the second straight year.
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