Area roundup: MVP Randall lifts CCS
Brooke Randall scored 27 points and was named most valuable player as Community Colleges of Spokane beat Bellevue 67-64 on Sunday in the championship game of the Bulldog Classic women’s basketball tournament on Sunday in Bellevue, Wash.
Amanda Buttrey scored nine points and Karinne Tuttle, Megan Tullis and Jessica Sosnowski each scored seven for the Sasquatch (4-1). Sosnowski also had 13 rebounds and Tuttle had six assists.
• Ireti Amojo and Katie Madison each scored 11 points as Washington State beat Nevada 67-54 in Pullman.
April Cook added 10 points as the Cougars (2-6) beat the Wolf Pack for the first time in four meetings.
Washington State led 42-41 with 12 minutes to play, then went on a 19-6 run to open up a 61-47 advantage with 3:42 remaining.
The Cougars shot 44.2 percent from the field while Nevada shot 30.2 percent.
• Courtney Vandersloot scored a game-high 27 points to lead Gonzaga to an 80-62 victory over Montana in Missoula.
Katelan Redmon (14 points), Kayla Standish (12) and Janelle Bekkering (12) also scored in double figures for the Bulldogs (6-3).
Gonzaga shot 52.7 percent from the field and hit 17 of 20 free throws.
Top-ranked North Idaho College team got double-figures scoring from four players in a 96-70 win over Community Colleges of Spokane in the championship game of the Bigfoot-Cardinal Classic in Coeur d’Alene.
The Cardinals’ Tyrone White led all scorers with 19 points. Michael Hale III scored 17 points, Ameer Shamsud-Din had 16 and Idris Lasisi added 12 for NIC (13-0).
Preston Wynne scored 14 points to lead the Sasquatch (4-3), and Nate Frisbie added 12 off the bench.