Rachel Robinson led three players in double figures with 14 points and Colfax moved into a tie for second place in the Bi-County 2B League with a 58-51 win over host Northwest Christian Saturday.
Amelie Bruya scored 12 points and Hannah Harazin chipped in 10 for the Bulldogs (13-6, 12-3). Treasure Farmer and Courtney Gray scored 15 points apiece for the Crusaders (15-4, 12-3).
Both teams have one remaining regular-season game on Tuesday night. Northwest Christian plays at Springdale and Colfax hosts Davenport.
St. George’s 52, Davenport 49: Alex Wert had 19 points and 11 rebounds as the Dragons (9-10, 8-7) edged the host Gorillas (9-10, 7-8). Taryn Stamper had 13 points and Brenna Russell chipped in 10 for St. George’s. Davenport was led by Miranda Mielke’s 14 points, 11 assists and seven steals.
Reardan 80, Liberty 19: Kelsey Moos had 18 points, 13 rebounds, five steals and five assists as the Indians (19-0, 15-0) overwhelmed the visiting Lancers (0-19. 0-15). Lauren Schulz had 14 points and Katy Burge added 13 for Reardan.
Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 67, Kettle Falls 37: Davi Killian scored 13 of her 19 points in the first quarter as the Broncos (9-9, 6-9) jumped ahead early and rolled over the visiting Bulldogs (5-15, 4-12). Kourtney Keenan and Josie Stanard had 10 points each for Kettle Falls.
District 7 1A
Newport 61, Riverside 40: Taylor Lewis made four 3-pointers and finished with 25 points as the Grizzlies (15-6) beat the visiting Rams (7-14). Miranda Frederick added 17 points and eight assists for Newport, which advances to play No. 1 Freeman (20-0) Wednesday at Mead High School. Riverside was eliminated.
Lakeside 63, Chewelah 44: Tayler Flemming led three players in double figures with 21 points as the Eagles (11-10) gained control in the second half and beat the visiting Cougars (2-19). Lakeside will play No. 2 Colville (14-6) on Wednesday at Mead High School. Chewelah’s season is over.
Clarkston 65, Cheney 46: Jamie Weisner scored 14 of her game-high 30 points in the second quarter and the Bantams (17-1, 10-0) ran past the host Blackhawks (8-10, 5-5). Destinee Lake scored 12 points for Cheney.
Pullman 59, Medical Lake 20: Cierra Paul scored 12 points as the Greyhounds (7-11, 5-6) dominated from the outset and routed the visiting Cardinals (1-18, 0-11).
Columbia 52, Cusick 34: Mackenzie Parrow and Elizabeth Larrew scored 12 points each as the Lions (21-1) beat the Panthers (13-7) in Hunters. Columbia claimed the top seed to the District 7 1B Tournament, which starts Wednesday. Cusick is the league’s second seed.
Wellpinit 52, Selkirk 44: Sami Jo Parr scored 11 of her game-high 19 points in the fourth quarter as the Redskins (8-13) topped the Rangers (15-7) in Kettle Falls. Dani Flett added 14 points – including four 3-pointers – for Wellpinit, which earned the third seed to the district tournament. Selkirk claimed the fourth seed.
St. John-Endicott 56, Pomeroy 36: The Eagles (11-7, 8-6) forced the visiting Pirates (5-13, 4-10) into 25 turnovers and cruised to the win. Sami Bailey and Rachel Gfeller scored nine points apiece for St. John-Endicott.
Tekoa-Oakesdale 79, Touchet 43: Alex Overton and Courtenay Perry combined for 33 points as the Nighthawks (13-6, 10-4) dumped the host Indians (4-14, 1-13). Josie Christopher tallied a game-high 21 points for Touchet.
Rosalia 57, LaCrosse-Washtucna 27: Briann Maley had 17 points and seven rebounds and Mackenzie Reddish added 14 points, seven rebounds and five assists as the Spartans (17-3, 12-2) beat the visiting Tigercats (3-17, 2-12). LaCrosse-Washtucna was led by Logan Harter’s 17 points.
Colton 62, Garfield-Palouse 14: Erin Weber and Haley Moser combined for 25 points as the Wildcats (20-0, 14-0) eased past the visiting Vikings (8-9, 5-9).
Idaho 4A Region I
Lakeland 59, Sandpoint 40: The Hawks (13-10) got out to a quick start and beat the Bulldogs (8-14) in Rathdrum. Lakeland advances to play at Moscow (9-10) on Tuesday. Sandpoint was eliminated.
Priest River 45, Timberlake 41: Steffie Pavey and Liz Halcro combined for 22 points as the Spartans (14-5, 8-0) edged the Tigers (10-9, 5-3) at Spirit Lake. Priest River earned the top seed to the district tournament and will play Tuesday at Lakeland High School against the winner of Monday’s St. Maries/Kellogg game. Second-seeded Timberlake will play No. 3 Bonners Ferry Tuesday at Lakeland.
Kellogg 45, St. Maries 44: McKenna Stewart and Kelsey Carter scored 11 points each and the Wildcats (9-10, 3-6) edged the host Lumberjacks (5-13, 1-7). Kerstin Auer and Dusti Huddleston combined for 22 points for St. Maries.
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