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Flowers blooms in Reardan’s win

Liz Flowers scored two of Reardan’s three fourth-quarter field goals in the final 1 minute, 30 seconds of regulation, helping lift the Indians (13-2, 11-0) to a 43-42 win over Colfax (8-7, 8-3) in Bi-County 2B action Tuesday in Colfax.

Shaina Simonson had 12 points and 14 rebounds for the Bulldogs, who took the lead with 15 seconds remaining on a pair of Misty Skelton free throws. But the Indians went the length of the floor, with Flowers scoring the winner with 4.6 seconds left.

Northwest Christian 46, St. George’s 30: Maria Guske and Bryanna Bailey each tallied 10 points and 10 rebounds and the host Crusaders (9-7, 7-5) used a 39-9 rebounding edge to beat the Dragons (2-12, 2-8).

Liberty 61, Davenport 46: Katra Browning came off the bench to lead the host Lancers (6-9, 5-6) with 16 points as four Liberty players scored in double figures in a win over the Gorillas (5-9, 4-6). Miranda Mielke had 19 points for Davenport.

Great Northern

Clarkston 59, Medical Lake 39: Jamie Weisner led all scorers with 23 points and the Bantams (12-4, 7-2) kept pace with Pullman for the top spot in the GNL with their road win over the Cardinals (5-12, 1-8). Amelia Cook had 18 points for the ML.

East Valley 53, Deer Park 34: Amber Swyers tallied 11 points and seven rebounds, Alicia Christensen added 12 points and the host Knights (10-6, 6-2) held the Stags (5-12, 1-8) to just 11 points in the second half.

Northeast A

Colville 58, Riverside 38: Ashley Knight finished with 16 points and seven rebounds and Tanna Morris added 12 points as the Indians (14-3, 5-2) beat the visiting Rams (3-13, 0-7).

Freeman 64, Newport 38: Alyssa Maine and Molly McIntyre each tallied 14 points and the visiting Scotties (16-1, 7-0) forced 24 turnovers, beating the Grizzlies (12-5, 3-4) to remain unbeaten in league play.

Lakeside 55, Chewelah 26: Needing a win to remain tied for second place in the NEA the Eagles (12-5, 5-2) received 14 points from both Lexie Zappone and Jenna Widman to help beat the host Cougars (4-13, 1-6).

Panorama

Cusick 56, Inchelium 41: Andrea Heinen finished with a game-high 24 points in just three quarters of action and the host Panthers (5-9, 4-6) charged out to a 28-15 lead at halftime, cruising to the win against the Hornets (2-11, 0-9).

Nonleague

West Valley 56, Lakeland 39: Hannah Love finished with 23 points, Torrey Finn added 15 points, hitting three 3-pointers, and the visiting Eagles (12-4) outscored the Hawks (10-10) 34-21 in the second half after leading by just four at halftime in Rathdrum.

Columbia 62, Republic 46: Krista Colvin hit three 3-pointers and scored a game-high 21 points, adding nine steals and six assists and the Lions (18-1) cruised to a win against the Tigers (8-10) in Hunters.

Odessa-Harrington 64, Wellpinit 58: Lexie Watkins and Justyne Talkington combined for 32 points and the host Titans (8-8) opened up a 12-point lead going into the fourth quarter after outscoring the Redskins (10-8) 40-26 in the second and third quarters.



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