Brady Bagby finished with a game-high 30 points and scored the winning bucket with 11 seconds remaining in overtime as visiting West Valley (15-2, 8-1) edged Cheney (10-7, 4-5) 62-61 in Great Northern League action Friday.
Eric Igbinoba led the Blackhawks with 16 points, but the Eagles used a 12-8 run in the fourth quarter to force overtime before Bagby hit the winner in the closing seconds.
The win moved the Eagles into a tie for first place with Clarkston.
Pullman 58, Deer Park 25: Corey Langerveld scored 12 points, Tyler Langerveld chipped in 11 points and nine rebounds and the Greyhounds (13-5, 7-3) held the visiting Stags (4-14, 0-10) to single digits in all four quarters.
The Greyhounds entered halftime with a 17-point lead, finishing the game with a 20-8 run in the fourth quarter.
East Valley 67, Medical Lake 32: Ronnie Jarvis led all scorers with 14 points to go with six rebounds and Jake Reynolds chipped in 12 points and 10 boards as the host Eagles (11-6, 4-5) held the Cardinals (8-10, 2-8) to just 16 points in each half.
Lakeside 58, Colville 42: Connor Moffatt tallied 12 of his 14 points in the fourth quarter, helping the Eagles (11-7, 7-1) pull away late in their win over the host Indians (9-9, 3-5). Alex Pond scored 16 points to go with eight boards for the Indians.
Freeman 59, Riverside 58: Ben Kuiper scored seven of his 17 points in the fourth quarter and hit the winning layin with 18 seconds remaining to push the visiting Scotties (9-9, 5-3) to a win over the Rams (8-9, 4-4). Cody Unfred tallied 20 points for the Scotties, while Jordan Wood had 23 for the Rams.
Newport 76, Chewelah 70 (OT): Jake Wiley led all scorers with 34 points, Spenser Douglas added 16 points and the visiting Grizzlies (11-7, 5-3) outscored the Cougars (4-14, 0-8) 12-7 in the overtime period to earn the win. Nick Naccarato led the Cougars with 27 points, helping them outscore Newport 42-27 in the second half to force overtime.
Wallace 58, Clark Fork 34: Andrew Brackebusch led all scorers with 20 points and Stephan Heinig added 10 points and 10 rebounds as the host Miners (5-8, 3-2) cruised to a win over the Wampus Cats (3-5, 1-4). The Miners started quickly, outscoring CF 35-16 in the opening half. Tyler Beard scored 12 for the Miners.
Colfax 59, Davenport 47: Kyle Johnson hit three 3-pointers in the third quarter to help the Bulldogs (14-2, 11-1) erase a two-point halftime deficit, scoring nine of their 24 third-quarter points in their win over the visiting Gorillas (8-7, 5-6). Alex Teade finished with a team-high 20 points for Colfax, scoring 10 in the first half. Joey Gunning had 21 to lead the Gorillas.
Liberty 71, Kettle Falls 22: Ross Collins poured in 14 of his 21 points in the first half and after struggling to score points all season, the visiting Lancers (4-12, 3-9) erupted for 46 points in the first half, cruising to a win over the Bulldogs (1-15, 0-12).
St. George’s 41, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 39: Mark Kenney hit a 3-pointer with 20 seconds remaining to lift the host Dragons (8-7, 7-4) to a win over the Broncos (7-9, 4-8). Kenney finished with 12 points to lead the Dragons, while Bryce Hilzer led LRS with 17 points.
Springdale 77, Reardan 74: Uconn Peone and Rodney Abrahamson combined for 51 points and the visiting Chargers (6-9, 4-8) scored 44 points after the break to come back against the Indians (8-8, 7-5). Chace Bell tallied 28 points to lead Reardan, hitting seven 3-pointers.
Almira/Coulee-Hartline 83, Odessa-Harrington 41: Derek Isaak led four players in double figures with 16 points and the host Warriors (17-0, 5-0) cruised to a win over the Titans (4-13, 1-5), outscoring them 47-21 in the first half. Brandon Boutain added 15 points for ACH and Robert Hurka scored seven points to go with seven assists.
Valley Christian 73, St. Michael’s 31: Nick Cox scored a team-high 11 points and five players finished with 10 points apiece as the host Panthers (13-4, 5-1) thumped the Warriors (3-9, 1-3).
Northport 67, Curlew 59: Michal Marko tallied 21 points and nine rebounds and the host Mustangs (9-8, 7-5) forced 24 turnovers to knock off the Cougars (7-10, 4-8). Jeremiah Johnson added seven points, 10 rebounds and five assists for the Mustangs.
Republic 55, Inchelium 44: Tyler Bowe hit six 3-pointers in the first half and scored 27 points to help lead the Tigers (7-11) to a win over the Hornets (3-13, 2-10) in Inchelium. Will Gohl added 16 points for the Tigers, while Forrest Holford led the Hornets with 14 points.
Selkirk 60, Columbia 50: Hunter Enyeart finished with 17 points and 11 rebounds and after trailing by three at halftime, the host Rangers (6-12, 5-7) outscored the Lions (2-16, 2-10) 39-25 in the second half to earn the win in Ione.
Colton 73, Tekoa-Oakesdale 57: Josh Straughan hit three 3-pointers and scored a team-high 16 points as the visiting Wildcats (11-6, 9-2) took a 19-point halftime lead against the Nighthawks (4-13, 3-8) and held on for the win. Joseph Tampien had 23 to lead TO.
Rosalia 43, St. John-Endicott 43: Damian Loucks finished with 13 points and the Spartans (16-1, 11-0) jumped out to a 12-2 lead at the end of the first quarter and held on to beat the Eagles (7-9, 5-6).
Garfield-Palouse 71, Pomeroy 51: Blake Slocum scored nine of his 28 points in the second quarter, helping the host Vikings (9-7, 7-4) to a 24-5 run before halftime against the Pirates (3-12, 3-9).
Clarkston 69, Lewiston 55: Trey Sobotta poured in 24 points and Jordan Jones added 11 points as the Bantams (15-2) took a 39-28 lead at halftime and held on to beat the visiting Bengals (8-7).
Moses Lake Christian 53, Wilbur-Creston 33: Joe Timofeyev scored 21 points to go with nine rebounds and the host Lions (3-3) used a 44-16 run over the first three quarters to knock off the Wildcats. Hayden Herdrick scored a team-high 15 points to go with six rebounds for W-C.
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