December 7, 2011 in Sports

T-Wolves’ rally falls short in loss to Bantams

Indians get defensive in win

Colville used a strong defensive effort in the fourth quarter to pull away and beat East Valley 54-46 in a nonleague game at Colville.

The Indians (2-1) switched to a man-to-man pressure defense and stymied the Knights (0-3).

Erin Little had 13 points and eight rebounds and Ashley Knight had 12 points and nine boards for Colville.

Clarkston started strongly and had to hold off an inspired Lake City team in a 53-47 nonleague win Tuesday night in Coeur d’Alene.

The Timberwolves fell behind 23-9 in the opening quarter and then worked themselves back into the game over the next three quarters.

Jamie Weisner had 19 points – 10 coming on offensive putbacks – to lead the Bantams (2-0).

Lake City (3-3) was led by Maggie Heidenrich and Jasmyn Smith, who scored 13 points apiece.

Lewiston 65, Pullman 45: The Bengals (5-0) stayed undefeated on the season with a win over the visiting Greyhounds (0-2). Karlee Wilson and Chelsea Waters had 14 points apiece to lead Lewiston.

Lakeland 43, Riverside 37: The Hawks (4-3) came alive in the fourth quarter and rallied past the host Rams (2-2). Courtney Davis had 15 points and 10 rebounds and Miranda Lajiness had 10 points for Riverside. Cieana Close led a balanced Lakeland attack with 10 points.

Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) 52, Deer Park 45: Both offenses woke up in the second half, but it was the Eagles (2-1) who got the best of their former Great Northern League foes at Deer Park (1-1). Tayler Flemming had 14 points and Ashley Cook-Cox added 13 for Lakeside. Tessa Heins had 14 points and Danielle Beltrame added 11 for the Stags.

Newport 58, Medical Lake 27: Taylor Lewis had 17 points, 10 rebounds, six steals and four assists to lead the Grizzlies (3-0) past the visiting Cardinals (0-3). Miranda Frederick added 13 points, five steals and five assists for Newport.

Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 43, Odessa-Harrington 28: Davi Killian had 10 points and Dalyn Killian added eight points as the Broncos (2-0) jumped ahead early and ran past the visiting Titans (0-2). Odessa-Harrington was led by Charli Moffett’s 10 points.

Columbia 66, Springdale 20: The Lions (2-0) limited the visiting Chargers (0-2) to two first-half field goals in a win at Hunters. Krista Colvin tossed in a game-high 20 points to lead Columbia, which forced Springdale into 33 turnovers.

Selkirk 64, Valley Christian 28: Anne Couch made 4 of 5 3-pointers and finished with 28 points to lead the host Rangers (3-1) to a rout of the Panthers (2-2) in Ione. Katie Couch had 15 points and six steals for Selkirk.

Inchelium 47, Curlew 33: The Hornets (1-0) took advantage of a poor-shooting Cougars team in a win. The Cougars (2-1) made just 9 of 59 field goals while Inchelium was 17 of 48 from the field. Anissa Jarred tossed in a game-high 16 points for the Hornets.

Republic 40, Chewelah 36: Brianna Brown and Alysa Stout had 11 points apiece as the Tigers (2-3) edged the host Cougars (1-2). Brittney Wuesthoff led Chewelah with 11 points.

Freeman 48, Lake Roosevelt 37: Molly McIntyre tossed in 12 points to guide the Scotties (2-0) past the visiting Raiders. Keya Fasthorse led LR with 12 points.

St. Michael’s 40, Northport 31: The Warriors (1-2) took advantage of a short-handed Mustangs (0-3) team in a win at Northport. The Mustangs were forced to play with four players halfway through the fourth quarter and three players in the final minute. Kassie Guglielmino recorded 10 points, 10 rebounds and 11 steals for Northport.

Bi-County League

Northwest Christian 62, Liberty 14: Courtney Gray had 15 points and Treasure Farmer added 11 as the Crusaders (2-1, 1-0) overwhelmed the host Lancers (0-3, 0-1) in a league opener.

Macy Cornmesser pulled down six of Liberty’s 17 rebounds.

Davenport 58, Kettle Falls 37: Miranda Meilke nailed four 3-pointers and finished with 30 points as the Gorillas (2-0, 1-0) raced past the host Bulldogs. Randi Goodnight led Kettle Falls (0-3, 0-1) with 10 points.

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