February 9, 2012 in Sports

Ferris boys, girls win at Rubber Chicken games

Grizzlies end Scotties’ streak

Miranda Frederick finished with 17 points and the Newport Grizzlies (16-6) scored a major upset in a 51-46 overtime victory over Freeman (20-1) in the District 7 1A tournament on Wednesday at Mead. The win snapped a 43-game win streak for the Scotties, who beat Newport 65-39 when the teams last met this season.

Colville 51, Lakeside (WA) 36: Ashley Knight dominated with 28 points and 13 rebounds and the Indians beat the Eagles at Mead. Colville will play Newport on Friday at Mead and Freeman will play Lakeside in a loser-out contest.

Sophomore Cody Benzel was 3 for 3 from 3-point range and scored nine of his 13 points in the first half as the Ferris Saxons built a 15-point first-half lead in their 63-46 victory over the Lewis and Clark Tigers in the Rubber Chicken game on Wednesday night at the Arena. The game was the Greater Spokane League regular-season finale for both teams.

Chase Haack led Ferris (14-6, 12-6) with 21 points, scoring 19 in the second half. He added 12 rebounds.

Matt Dovall led Lewis and Clark (12-8, 10-8) with 20 points and Austin Damon added 13 rebounds.

The Saxons finished as the No. 3 seed heading into the District 8 4A tournament, which begins Tuesday. They will play at Gonzaga Prep at 7:15 p.m., while Lewis and Clark will play at top-seeded Central Valley at 7:15.

District 7 1A

Colville 42, Chewelah 35: Matt Hubbard scored 18 points, including 9-for-10 shooting from the free-throw line in the second half, to lift the Indians (14-9) past the Cougars (15-6) at Mead.

Freeman 56, Newport 48: Kellen Miller had 18 points and the Scotties (14-7) defeated the Grizzlies (12-10) at Mead.

The Scotties will play Colville on Friday at Mead for the district title and Chewelah and Newport will play in a loser-out contest.

Intermountain League

Kellogg 69, Priest River: Ryan McDonald led the host Wildcats (14-2) to victory with 20 points and 12 rebounds. Garret Wendt added 12 points and six steals. Austin Glazier scored 15 points to lead Priest River (5-11).


Bonners Ferry 61, Lakeland 53: Andre Zarate finished with a game-high 23 points, including three 3-pointers, to lead the Badgers (6-9) past the host Hawks (4-15) at Rathdrum.

Coeur d’Alene Charter 54, Wallace 36: Bryan Smith’s 22 points led the Panthers (10-7) past the visiting Miners (7-9).


Brittney Johnson was 6 for 10 from 3-point range and Ferris shot 40 percent from the field as the Saxons (8-12, 6-12) upended the Lewis and Clark Tigers 58-45 in the Rubber Chicken game at the Arena in the GSL regular-season finale for both.

Nakia Arquette finished with a double-double – 13 points and 10 rebounds – to lead the Tigers (10-10, 10-8), who will play at top-seeded Central Valley on Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. in the opening round of the District 8 4A tournament. LC is the No. 4 seed.

The Saxons’ season is finished.

District 9 1B

Tekoa-Oakesdale 51, Pomeroy 30: Courtenay Perry led all players with 15 points as the Nighthawks (14-6) beat the visiting Pirates (5-14). Kayler Dub and Kimberly Groom had 10 points apiece for Tekoa-Oakesdale, which plays Rosalia at 6 p.m. Friday. Pomeroy plays the loser of the Colton and Garfield-Palouse game on Tuesday.

Garfield-Palouse 40, St. John-Endicott 32: Kaycie Adair scored 26 points and finished with six steals and Terrie Taylor pulled down 13 rebounds to lead the Vikings (9-9) past the host Eagles (11-8). Devan Bafus led St. John-Endicott with 14 points. The Vikings will play at top-seeded Colton on Friday at 6 p.m., while the Eagles await a Tuesday game with the loser of Tekoa-Oakesdale and Rosalia.

District 7 1B

Columbia 73, Inchelium 21: Elizabeth Larrew scored 22 points and Krista Colvin pitched in 19 as the Lions (22-1) trounced the visiting Hornets (8-12) at Hunters. Columbia advances to play Wellpinit, while Inchelium will face Odessa-Harrington in a loser-out game. Both games are Saturday at Deer Park.

Wellpinit 43, Odessa-Harrington 38: Sami Jo Parr’s 11 points led the Redskins (9-13) past the host Titans (9-12). Chelsea Fisher finished with six points and 13 rebounds for the Titans.

Almira/Coulee-Hartline 69, Selkirk 47: Madeline Isaak scored 24 points, Miranda Porterfield added 14 points and 12 rebounds and the host Warriors (18-3) topped the Rangers (15-8). Annie Couch paced Selkirk with 24 points. ACH will face Cusick next, while Selkirk will take on Wilbur-Creston in a loser-out contest. Both games are at Deer Park on Saturday.

Cusick 57, Wilbur-Creston 40: Andrea Heinen poured in 20 points and added 16 rebounds and five steals and teammate Caytlin Nenema added 13 points, 10 rebounds and three assists in the host Panthers (14-7) win over the Wildcats (8-11).

Idaho 2A District I-II

Grangeville 64, Coeur d’Alene Charter 27: Sheyenne Stewart scored 16 points in the Bulldogs’ win over the Panthers (5-12) in a loser-out matchup at Lapwai.

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