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Lake City tops CdA

Alyssa Kacalek scored a game-high 15 points, Jansen Butler added five points and six assists and Lake City (16-5) handled crosstown rival Coeur d’Alene (16-5) 41-35 Friday in the opening round of the Idaho 5A Region I tournament in Lewiston.

Trailing by two with one quarter to play, the Timberwolves rallied to outscore the Vikings 17-9 in the fourth for the comeback win.

LC will play Lewiston in the regional championship game Tuesday in Lewiston at 7 p.m. The winner will advance to the state tournament.

Lewiston 46, Post Falls 32: Karlee Wilson hit three 3-pointers and led all scorers with 14 points as the host Bengals (17-3) outscored the Trojans (8-13) 27-15 in the second and third quarters to build a 12-point lead going into the final frame. Katy King scored nine points to lead the Trojans, who play at CdA Tuesday in an elimination game.

District 7 1A tourney

Lakeside 64, Chewelah 26: Michaela Brittos went 7 of 12 from the floor to finish with 16 points, Lexie Zappone tallied 11 points, eight rebounds and seven assists and the host Eagles (14-7) overcame a one-point halftime deficit to outscore the Cougars (4-17) 49-10 in the second half in Nine Mile Falls.

The Eagles will play Colville at Mead Wednesday at 3:30 p.m.

Newport 51, Riverside 31: Miranda Frederick and Taylor Lewis combined for 31 points, scoring 27 in the first half as the Grizzlies (15-6) took a 22-point halftime lead against the visiting Rams (4-16). The loss eliminated the Rams, who were led by Courtney Davis’ 16 points.

The Grizzlies will play Freeman at Mead at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Bi-County 2B

Davenport 51, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 37: Miranda Mielke poured in 25 points and the visiting Gorillas (7-11, 6-8) forced 28 turnovers, outscoring the Broncos (8-10, 6-8) 45-31 over the first three quarters for the win. Heather Whitmore had 11 points and 12 rebounds for LRS.

Northwest Christian 54, Liberty 38: Maria Guske notched 18 points, Danne Dami added 11 points and the visiting Crusaders (11-8, 9-6) held the Lancers (6-12, 5-9) to just 15 points in the first half. NWC took a 15-point halftime lead and pushed it to 20 with a 13-8 edge in the third quarter.

Colfax 66, Springdale 34: Amelie Bruya went 7 of 10 from 3-point range and scored 23 points, Hannah Harazin added 10 points and the visiting Bulldogs (12-7, 12-3) cruised to the win against the Chargers (0-18, 0-14), outscoring them 20-4 in the opening quarter.

Kettle Falls 47, St. George’s 43 (OT): Samantha Charlton scored 11 points and hit the go-ahead bucket in the final minute of overtime to lift the Bulldogs (12-6, 10-4) to a win over the host Dragons (2-16, 2-12). Brenna Russell tallied a triple-double for the Dragons with 12 points, 13 rebounds and 12 blocks as they went on a 7-0 run in the final 2:30 of regulation to force overtime.

Bi-County 1B

Almira/Coulee-Hartline 70, Valley Christian 13: Nikki Osborne went for 23 points and 10 rebounds and the visiting Warriors (18-2, 8-0) used a 20-0 run in the third quarter to seal the win in their regular-season finale against the Panthers (8-11, 3-5). The Warriors shot 29 of 53 from the field, holding the Panthers to no more than five points in a quarter. Madeline Isaak and Kelsey Streeter each had 11 points for ACH.

Wilbur-Creston 57, St. Michael’s 25: Haley Sandmann and Kaelee Reed each scored 11 points off the bench and the Wildcats (8-11, 3-5) pulled away in the second half, outscoring the Warriors (1-16, 0-8) 40-13 after the break.

North Star

Lakeside 53, Wallace 48: Joelle Miller led all scorers with 21 points, Tah-Wy-Ah Davis added 15 points and the visiting Knights (14-4, 6-2) outscored the Miners (9-8, 6-2) 30-17 in the second half after trailing by eight at the break. The win for the Knights in the regular-season finale puts them in a three-way tie for first place with the Miners and Clark Fork.

Kootenai 41, Mullan 27: Ana Parker tallied eight points and 15 rebounds, Ellison Shultz added eight points and the host Warriors (1-13, 1-7) earned their first win in three years by beating the Tigers (3-11, 1-7) in Harrison. Nicole Axtman scored 12 points to lead the Tigers.

Panorama tourney

Columbia 58, Wellpinit 35: Krista Colvin tallied a game-high 24 points to go with eight steals and five assists and the Lions (21-1) forced 35 turnovers by the Redskins (13-9), winning the Panorama League tournament title in Kettle Falls. The Lions will enter the District tournament as the No. 1 seed from the Panorama league, while Wellpinit is the No. 2.

Southeast 1B

Tekoa-Oakesdale 63, LaCrosse-Washtunca 38: Alexandria Overton tallied 25 points to lead all scorers and the visiting Nighthawks (8-11, 4-9) scored 56 points in the final three quarters after trailing by three at the end of the opening frame against the Tigercats (1-17, 0-13).

Rosalia 42, Garfield-Palouse 27: Mackenzie Reddish went for 18 points and Briann Maley added 15 rebounds as the host Spartans (12-7, 7-6) held the Vikings (7-11, 4-9) to one field goal in the second quarter, taking a 30-14 lead.

Central Wash 2B

Lake Roosevelt 53, Manson 26: The Raiders (11-7, 8-2) received 12 points from Briana Monaghan, beating the host Trojans (5-11, 1-9).



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