December 22, 2010 in Sports

Girls basketball roundup: Hawks dump Greyhounds

 

Game of the night

Indians edge Bulldogs

Tanna Morris hit her seventh and eighth consecutive free throws with 12 seconds remaining and Colville (6-0) clipped visiting Okanogan (4-2) 59-57 in nonleague action Tuesday.

Morris finished with 16 points.

Jenna Davis tallied a game-high 20 points, hitting 80 percent of her shots, to lead host Lakeland (6-5) to a 49-40 win over Pullman in a nonleague game Tuesday in Rathdrum.

Dakota Wickard led the Greyhounds with 11 points, but they couldn’t overcome an early deficit despite hanging close all game. Neena Buchmann added nine points and six steals for the Hawks.

Lake City 69, Glacier (Mont.) 36: Katie Rowe led all scorers with 21 points and added 10 rebounds and Sydney Butler chipped in nine points and 10 assists to lead the Timberwolves (9-1) to a win over the Wolfpack (3-2) in Coeur d’Alene.

Post Falls 47, Hermiston 31: Tori Davenport scored a game-high 13 points and the visiting Trojans (5-5) used a 16-4 run in the third quarter to put the Bulldogs away. Brooke Litalien added eight points for the Trojans.

Deer Park 50, Bonners Ferry 44: Tessa Heins finished with 20 to lead all scorers and Kimmie Brazington added 17 points and 12 rebounds to push the Stags (3-3) past the visiting Badgers (1-5).

Freeman 54, Priest River 33: Emily Paukert scored seven of her 12 points in the second quarter as the visiting Scotties (7-1) outscored the Spartans (1-6) 31-11 in the second and third quarters to pull away. MacKenzie Taylor added 11 points for the Scotties.

Timberlake 45, Newport 36: At Spirit Lake, Cassie Thompson’s 23 points led all scorers and the host Tigers (8-3) held the Grizzlies (9-1) to just eight first-half points, handing them their first loss of the season.

Republic 51, Omak 36: The Tigers (4-4) received a combined 35 points and 16 rebounds from Alyssa Stout and Tori Orestad, outpacing the visiting Pioneers (4-5) 17-4 in the fourth quarter.

Rosalia 50, Cusick 20: Kristina Paulson and Hannah Sims combined for 25 points and the Spartans (6-2) opened a 23-point halftime lead against the visiting Panthers (0-4).

The Panthers were held to just three first-half points.

Selkirk 66, Valley Christian 33: Annie Couch had 16 points and four rebounds and the Rangers (7-2) held a 14-point edge after one quarter, cruising to a win against the host Panthers (0-4). Lacey Riggan had 16 points to lead the Panthers, while Annemarie Cain scored 14 for the Rangers.

Almira/Coulee-Hartline 63, Manson 13: The visiting Warriors (6-1) held the Trojans to just three points in the second half and were led by 12 points apiece from Sarah Gloyn and Nikki Osborne.

Madeline Isaak was the third Warrior in double figures with 10 points.

Wilbur-Creston 46, Soap Lake 13: Maggie Douglas had 13 points and Kelsey Beaver added 11 rebounds and eight steals to go with her four points as the Wildcats (3-3) thumped the visiting Eagles.

Asotin 62, Tekoa-Oakesdale 32: Zara Reynolds had 17 points and the Panthers beat the host Nighthawks (3-5).

Alexandria Overton had 19 points for TO.

Bi-County

Liberty 36, St. George’s 25: Katra Browning scored 13 points to go with six rebounds and four steals as the host Lancers (2-4, 2-2) upended the Dragons (3-3, 2-1) in Spangle.

Taryn Stamper and Alex Wert each had eight points to lead St. George’s.

Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 50, Springdale 29: Heather Whitmore tallied 16 points and Davi Killian added 11 and the visiting Broncos (4-3, 2-1) used 31 combined points in the second and fourth quarters to knock off the Chargers (0-7, 0-4).

Reardan 63, Northwest Christian 23: Kelsey Moos finished with a game-high 22 points, leading the Indians (6-1, 5-0) to a win over the host Crusaders (2-3, 1-2) in Colbert. The Indians led by one after the first quarter, but outscored NWC 52-13 after that.

Panorama

Wellpinit 63, Curlew 50: Lauren Flett went 7 of 16 from the floor and finished with 21 points and Niquie Ali added 14 as the visiting Redskins (4-3, 2-1) outscored the Cougars (4-3, 1-2) 34-27 in the second half to hold on to the win.


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