Girls basketball: Vikings beat Walla Walla easily
Heather Baughman scored a team-high 13 points and Coeur d’Alene (12-0) held Walla Walla to just nine first-half points to earn a 45-31 victory on the second day of the Cd’A Holiday Inn Express Invitational Tuesday at North Idaho College in Coeur d’Alene.
The Vikings play Shadle Park today at 3 p.m.
Post Falls 62, Lapwai 60: The Trojans (9-4), led by 21 points from Katelyn Loper, edged the Wildcats.
Lake City 69, Shadle Park 45: Sydney Butler’s 20 points paced the Timberwolves (9-2) in their victory over the Highlanders (5-3). Aleisha Hathaway led SP with 13 points.
Mt. Spokane 52, East Valley 44: Kennadie Clute scored a game-high 19 points, including shooting 9 of 12 from the free-throw line, and the Wildcats (1-5) held on to beat the Knights (0-6) in Cheney.
Cheney 58, Lake Roosevelt 52: The Blackhawks (3-2) erased a four-point halftime deficit, led by 16 points from Allie Brown and 14 from Janae Olson, to edge the Raiders in Cheney. The Blackhawks play Mt. Spokane today at 4 p.m. for the tournament title.
Gonzaga Prep 58, Bellarmine Prep 54: Tia Pressley tallied 26 points and seven rebounds and Lindsay Stockton added 18 points as the Bullpups (5-2) outlasted the Lions in Tacoma.
Federal Way 75, Lewis and Clark 72: Devyn Galland scored 22 points for the Tigers (5-2), who outscored the Eagles 23-15 in the fourth quarter, but LC could not find a way to break through for a win in Federal Way.
Auburn Riverside 58, University 42: Mercedes Wetmore topped all scorers with 15 points and the Ravens dumped the Titans (3-4) in Auburn.
West Valley 56, Sandpoint 22: Hannah Love led all scorers with 20 points and the Eagles (5-0) held the Bulldogs (1-10) to fewer than 10 points in all four quarters at West Valley.
Pullman 73, Lakeland 46: Jordan Levenseller had 18 points, Shelby Cheslek added 15 and seven rebounds and the Greyhounds (4-2) held the Hawks (3-8) to 18-of-47 shooting, while forcing 32 turnovers in Pullman.
Colton 63, Lind-Ritzville 31: Mckenzie Heaslet’s 15 points led four Wildcats (6-0) in double figures in their win against the Broncos (1-6) in Colton. Kelsey Moser added a double-double for the Wildcats with 12 points and 11 rebounds.
Republic 58, Mansfield 16: Tori Orestad scored 21 points and was 5 of 9 on 3-pointers and the Tigers (7-1) cruised to a home victory, at one point holding the Kernels scoreless for more than 20 minutes between the first and third quarters.
Mead 67, Tahoma 30: Taylor Ingebritsen and Jazmine Redmon scored 15 points apiece and the Panthers (4-3) held a 48-18 edge in rebounds over the Bears, led by 12 from Redmon. The Panthers play Skyline for the championship today at 3 p.m.
Colville 52, Naches Valley 42: Ashley Knight notched 16 points and Jorden Brons added 13 and the Indians (4-1) outran the Rangers for the win at the Yakima SunDome Shootout in Yakima. The Indians play Burbank today at noon.
Deer Park 34, Connell 33: Alison Ruygrok scored a game-high 15 points to help lift the Stags (2-3) to a narrow victory over the Eagles in Yakima. The Stags play Cashmere today at 4:30 p.m.
Lakeside (WA) 46, Colfax 33: Tayler Flemming led the Eagles (8-1) with 11 points and seven rebounds and Kendra Lahue and Lexie Zappone each added 10 points against the Bulldogs (4-1) in Yakima. Lakeside plays Zillah today at 7:30 p.m. and the Bulldogs face Granger at 6 p.m.
Freeman 50, Priest River 40: Korina Baker scored 16 and Megan McIntyre added 15 with seven rebounds and the Scotties (11-0) took advantage of a 12-point first-quarter lead to beat the Spartans (7-4) at the Greg Larson Memorial Christmas Classic in Freeman.
St. George’s 43, Bonners Ferry 38: Chessey Thomas scored 11 of her 21 points in the first quarter and the Dragons (8-1) overcame a late rally by the Badgers (4-5), scoring the game’s last five points in the final 2 minutes in Freeman.
Reardan Lions Club
Reardan 49, Kellogg 31: The Indians (6-1) forced 15 first-half turnovers and held the Wildcats (7-3) to nine points at halftime to advance to the championship game of the Reardan Lions Club Christmas Tournament in Reardan. Kelsey Moos had a game-high 12 points for the Indians.
Chewelah 62, Wilbur-Creston 26: Bailey Weusthoff tallied a game-high 24 points and the Cougars (1-9) put away the Wildcats (2-6) with a 23-0 run in the second quarter in Reardan. The Cougars play Reardan for the championship at 5:50 p.m.
Liberty 47, Rosalia 37: Kelly Hennessey hit four 3-pointers and finished with 17 points to boost the Lancers (6-2) over the Spartans (5-5) in the title game of the Spartan Holiday Tournament in Rosalia.
Asotin 65, Coeur d’Alene Charter 40: Shelby Barnes led the Panthers (5-4) to a third-place finish with 29 points in a win against CDA Charter (2-7) in Rosalia. Paige Kelley finished with 25 points for CDA Charter in the loss.
Springdale 43, Cusick 31: The Chargers (9-0, 4-0) trailed by three at halftime, but shot 8 of 9 in the fourth quarter, outscoring the Panthers (1-7, 0-4) 16-3 in the final frame to earn the win in Cusick. Shelbea Rainbolt’s 15 points for Springdale led all scorers.
Almira/Coulee-Hartline 77, Manson 20: Sarah Gloyn had a game-high 18 points, Madeline Isaak and Miranda Porterfield each added 14 and the Warriors (9-0) easily advanced to the title game with a win over the Trojans in Waterville. The Warriors play Okanogan for the title.