Corey Langerveld notched a game-high 20 points on 8-of-13 shooting and Pullman (5-1) used 15 offensive rebounds to knock off host Lakeland (0-6) 68-54 in nonleague action Tuesday in Rathdrum.
The Hawks were led by 18 points from Hunter Arno but were plagued by 16 turnovers, helping the Greyhounds open up their lead in the second half.
Post Falls 86, Hermiston (Ore.) 83 (3OT): Connor Hill poured in 31 points to lead all scorers and Marcus Colbert chipped in 27 as the visiting Trojans (6-0) outscored the Bulldogs 24-21 in the three overtime periods to earn the win. Michael Hillman added 11 points and 12 rebounds for PF.
Lake City 38, Glacier (Mont.) 21: Mark Smyly finished with nine points and eight rebounds and the Timberwolves (5-2) overcame a poor shooting night to knock off the visiting Wolfpack.
Newport 57, Timberlake 43: Jake Wiley scored 23 points and Chaize Exkano added 15 points as the Grizzlies (6-4) beat the host Tigers (0-8) in Spirit Lake. Cooper Simpson led the Tigers with 15 points.
Priest River 70, Freeman 39: Four Spartans (4-1) finished with double-digit points, led by 16 from Tyler Douglas, as they cruised to a win against the visiting Scotties (3-5). Douglas grabbed eight rebounds for the Spartans and Eric Holbrook added 10 points and eight assists.
Colville 54, Okanogan 49: Matt Hubbard had 19 points and nine rebounds, Alex Pond added 15 points and seven boards and the Indians (3-3) took advantage of 14 turnovers in the fourth quarter, outscoring the visiting Bulldogs 24-7 in the final frame.
Valley Christian 47, Selkirk 28: Tyler Tipke poured in 15 points and the visiting Panthers (4-1) opened up a 10-point lead over the Rangers (3-6) by halftime, cruising to a win. Avery Miller and Hunter Enyeart had nine points for the Rangers.
Omak 64, Republic 48: The visiting Pioneers scored 20 points in each of the first two quarters and held the Tigers (2-7) to just 15 points after the half. Will Gohl had 12 points to lead the Tigers.
Rosalia 64, Cusick 46: The Spartans (7-1) were sparked by 30 points and 10 rebounds from Nathan Richards, who hit 6 of 8 from the 3-point line, beating the visiting Panthers (1-3).
Almira/Coulee-Hartline 71, Manson 39: Derek Isaak and Thunder Wellhausen combined for 20 of the Warriors’ 27 points in the third quarter, finishing with 22 and 11 points, respectively against the visiting Trojans (1-2). The Warriors (7-0) outscored the Trojans 43-15 in the second half.
Wilbur-Creston 51, Soap Lake 43: Hayden Herdrick was 4 of 7 from 3-point range and finished with 19 points and Brian Knutson and Damon Abel combined for 24 rebounds as the Wildcats (5-1) beat the visiting Eagles.
Coeur d’Alene Charter 69, St. Michael’s 37: Bryan Smith hit four 3-pointers and finished with 20 points and Greg Roman added 19 points and eight rebounds as the Panthers (7-1) cruised to a win over the visiting Warriors (1-4).
Asotin 71, Tekoa-Oakesdale 66: Ben Servatius had 27 points and 12 rebounds to lead the visiting Panthers past the Nighthawks.
Northwest Christian 62, Reardan 41: Dakota Winward had 17 points and Reuban Clark added 13 points, 11 boards and seven blocks to lead the host Crusaders (5-0, 3-0) over the Indians (4-3, 4-1) in Colbert.
Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 72, Springdale 48: Dylan Hartz had 14 points and the visiting Broncos (4-3, 1-2) hit five first-quarter 3-pointers, outscoring the Chargers (3-4, 1-3) 29-10 to begin.
St. George’s 48, Liberty 46: Will Tender hit a basket with 7 seconds remaining to lift the host Dragons (4-2, 3-0) to a win over the Lancers (1-5, 1-3) in Spangle. Karl Muelheims led the Dragons with 18 points.
Wellpinit 75, Curlew 49: Kennedy Seyler shot 50 percent from the floor and finished with 23 points and A.J. Kieffer added 16 points for the visiting Redskins (6-2, 4-0), who cruised to a win over the Cougars (4-3, 1-2). Tanner Somday had three 3-pointers and 13 points to lead the Cougars.
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