Lake City edges EV

Chris Wheelock scored 14 points and the Lake City boys basketball team (3-0) edged East Valley (0-1) 53-49 in overtime Friday night in Coeur d’Alene.

Trailing by one at the end of regulation, the Timberwolves made 1 of 2 free throws to force overtime, outscoring the Knights 6-2 in the extra period.

Coeur d’Alene 71, North Central 62: Devon Austin and Deon Watson each led with 15 points and the Vikings (1-1) held off the Indians (0-1) at NC. The Indians had 19 turnovers, leading to the run by the Vikings.

Rogers 52, Priest River 41: Deavon Daniels led all scorers with 19 points, including a 3-pointer in the fourth quarter to give the Pirates (2-0) the edge against the Spartans (1-1) at Rogers.

Post Falls 75, Mt. Spokane 45: Connor Hill had 18 points and 10 rebounds and Shawn Reid finished with 15 and eight and the Trojans (2-0) beat the Wildcats (0-2) in Post Falls.

Moscow 55, Hermiston 51: Trailing by three at the end of the third quarter, the Bears (2-0) outscored the Bulldogs 19-12 in the fourth to come away with the win in Hermiston, Ore.

Cheney 54, Freeman 38: The Blackhawks (1-1) led by two at the half, but Deangelo Jones’s three-point play early in the fourth quarter sparked a run that gave them the final 16-point edge over the Scotties (1-1).

St. Maries 52, Kootenai 42: The Lumberjacks (2-0) outscored the Warriors (0-2) by 10 in both the first and third quarters to pull away for a win in St. Maries.

Inchelium 61, Northport 58: Already at a disadvantage with only five players eligible for their game against the Mustangs (1-1), the Hornets (1-0) lost a player with 7:30 remaining in the contest to fouls, but Brandon Kohler’s four free throws in the final 30 seconds led the Hornets to a short-handed win in Inchelium.

Medical Lake 61, Kettle Falls 16: Nick Pacheco led four Cardinals in double figures with 14 in the Cardinals’ win over the Bulldogs (0-2) in Medical Lake (1-0). After a 9-5 first quarter, the Cardinals outscored KF 52-11.

Chewelah 37, Northwest Christian 36: Dallas Garner finished with 14 points and the Cougars (1-0) outlasted the Crusaders (0-1) in Colbert.

Sprague-Harrington 57, Columbia 22: The Falcons (1-1) scored 24 points in the second quarter, propelling them to a home victory against the Lions (0-2).

St. George’s 67, Kittitas 35: Nik Vishwanath and Jordan Dickson each scored 10 first-half points and Karl Mulheims added 16 in the second as the Dragons (1-0) used a balanced attack to beat the host Coyotes.

Wellpinit 72, St. John-Endicott 60: Cody Flett scored 24 and the Redskins (1-1) jumped out to an 18-point lead by halftime to beat the host Eagles.

Rosalia 67, Liberty 43: Jim Maley scored 20 points with 12 rebounds, Nathan Richards added 18 points with seven boards and the Spartans (2-0) used a tough full-court press to wear down the Lancers (0-1) in Rosalia.

Lind-Ritzville 55, Columbia (Burbank) 49: James Stevenson had 19 points and the visiting Broncos (1-0) outlasted the Coyotes.

Ephrata 66, Lake Roosevelt 54: The Raiders’ Cade Egbert outdueled the Tigers’ Ross Buchert, scoring 23 points on five 3-pointers, but host Ephrata came away with the win, behind Buchert’s 17 points.

Coeur d’Alene Charter 57, Clark Fork 22: After scoring six points in the opening frame, the Panthers (1-0) scored 51 points to beat the Wampus Cats (0-2).

Springdale 81, Valley Christian 64: Connor Parker scored 19 and Tomaz Symonoweiz added 18 points and the Chargers (3-0) beat the Panthers (0-1) in Springdale.

Republic 54, Tonasket 51: Clay Anderson scored the last three of his 19 points on a three-point play with 12 seconds left to boost the Tigers (1-0) over host Tonasket.

Wilbur-Creston 60, Mansfield 30: Austin Snavely led with 15 points and the host Wildcats (1-0) upended the Kernels.

Lewiston 62, La Grande 26: The Bengals (1-0) beat the Tigers in La Grande, Ore. No other details were available.

Davenport 57, Soap Lake 51: The visiting Gorillas (2-0) beat the Eagles.

Silver Valley Tournament

Kellogg 73, Lakeside 40: Cody Lewis scored 14 points and snagged seven rebounds to lead the Wildcats (1-1) to a victory over the Knights (0-1) in Wallace.

Wallace 74, Mullan 38: Stephen Heinig scored 19 points to go with seven boards and the Miners (1-0) outran the Tigers (0-1), who were playing with five players.

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