Danielle Hodge had 16 points and Pullman took off with 15 points in the first quarter and never slowed down, beating Colville (10-6, 5-5) 66-39 in Great Northern League action Saturday in Colville.
The Greyhounds (12-4, 9-1) entered the day trailing West Valley by one game and did nothing to hurt their position with two games standing between them and a rematch with the Eagles.
Clarkston 56, Riverside 39: Kellie McCann-Smith tallied 23 points and eight rebounds and the Bantams (8-8, 6-4) pulled away in the second half, outscoring the Rams 27-17 after the break in Clarkston. McCann-Smith had nine of the Bantams’ 16 third-quarter points to help double their seven-point halftime lead.
Panorama 2B tourney
St. George’s 52, Selkirk 38: Senior Chessey Thomas had 15 points and five steals, Ashlin Sturbaum added nine points and six rebounds and the Dragons (19-2) put away the Rangers (8-13) with an 18-9 second quarter at St. George’s.
With the win, St. George’s advances to play Republic in the tournament championship at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in Kettle Falls. The Rangers will play Springdale in a loser-out with the winner advancing to the District 7 tournament.
Republic 44, Springdale 42: Brianna Brown notched a double-double with 13 rebounds and 12 points and the Tigers (16-4) outscored the Chargers (17-4) 29-27 in the second half for the win in Republic. With the score tied at halftime, the Tigers hit 12 of 17 from the free-throw line, including eight from Alyssa Stout, who finished with 10 points.
Panorama 1B tourney
Columbia 69, Wellpinit 50: Mackenzie Parrow shot 11 of 13 from the floor for 24 points and the Lions (19-3) earned the top seed for the District 7 tournament, outscoring the Redskins (9-11) 28-2 in the first quarter at Kettle Falls Middle School. The Lions play Northport in the opening round of districts Tuesday.
Cusick 57, Curlew 46: Andrea Heien’s 16 points led the Panthers (8-12) to a win over the Cougars (9-11) at Kettle Falls MS. With the win, the Panthers advance as the No. 3 seed for the District 7 tournament, playing Sprague-Harrington Tuesday. Curlew will play Almira/Coulee-Hartline.
Northport 45, Inchelium 29: Shaynne Wilson had 21 points and in the only elimination of the tournament, the Mustangs (5-14) outlasted the Hornets (1-19) at Kettle Falls High to advance to the district tournament Tuesday.
District 9 North
St. John-Endicott 74, Touchet 42: One night after a disappointing loss to Rosalia, the Eagles (18-2, 8-2) responded with a sound victory over the visiting Indians (5-8, 4-6) to finish the regular season. Kelsey Simon led all scorers with 30 and Alli Winters added 18 for SJE.
Rosalia 32, Tri-Cities Prep 27: Briann Maley had 12 points and 10 rebounds and the Spartans (12-8, 7-3) overcame tired legs from a big win the night before against SJE to beat the Jaguars (0-11, 0-10 in Pasco.
Clark Fork 51, Kootenai 21: Dimi Kailang had 14 points and, after leading by 10 at the half against the Warriors (1-15, 0-8), the visiting Wampus Cats (14-5, 8-0) went on a 28-8 run after the break to pull away at Harrison.
Garfield-Palouse 40, Waitsburg-Prescott 31: Kacie Adair scored 23 points to lead all scorers and the Vikings (3-15) pulled away to beat the Cardinals in Palouse.
DeSales 44, Tekoa-Oakesdale 27: The visiting Irish outscored the Nighthawks (9-10) 31-12 in the first half to put the game out of reach early. Alexandria Overton had 15 points for the Nighthawks, but as a team they shot just 10 for 51 from the floor.
4A Region I
Lakeland 59, Sandpoint 39: Neena Buchman had 11 points and nine rebounds, Emily Stecker added 11 points and five steals and the host Hawks (9-14) eliminated the Bulldogs (1-21), outscoring them 23-13 in the second half in Rathdrum.
Christina Johnson had 14 of her 18 points in the first half to keep Sandpoint close. The Hawks play at Moscow at 7 p.m. Tuesday to determine which team will advance to state, with the Hawks needing to win twice to advance.
Priest River 54, Timberlake 45: Taylor Stewart and Tristan Troudt each scored 12 points and the Spartans (14-6, 6-2) upended the host Tigers (17-2, 7-1) in the regular-season finale in Spirit Lake.
Despite the loss, the Tigers took the IML crown, one year after splitting the title and advancing to the state tournament for the first time in school history.
Kellogg 50, St. Maries 12: Kristen Viche and Ryder Ashcraft combined for 24 points and Shayna Waechter scored eight points with seven boards in a rare start to lead the Wildcats (13-7, 5-3) over the Lumberjacks (4-13, 0-8) in St. Maries.
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