Tayler Flemming hit a pair of free throws late in the game as Lakeside edged Newport 52-48 in Northeast A League girls basketball Tuesday night in Nine Mile Falls.
The Grizzlies tied the game in the final minute, but Flemming’s free throws gave the Eagles the lead for good. Flemming scored 13 points.
Jenna Widman had 15 points and 14 rebounds and Jocelyn Cook-Cox added 15 points for Lakeside (8-6, 3-1), which won the rebounding battle 37-25.
Courtney Wiese and Miranda Frederick combined for 27 points for Newport (9-4, 1-3).
Freeman 50, Colville 35: Alyssa Maine had 17 points and four steals and the Scotties (13-0, 4-0) took over sole possesion of first place with a win over the visiting Indians (7-6, 3-1). Molly McIntyre added 12 points for Freeman. Erin Little led Colville with 10.
Riverside 47, Chewelah 34: Courtney Davis had game-highs of 17 points and 14 rebounds as the Rams (6-8, 1-3) started the game on a 6-0 run and ran past the visiting Cougars (2-12, 0-4). Ryann Richmond tossed in a team-high 14 points for Chewelah.
Post Falls 40, Lake City 35: Dani Failor scored nine of her game-high 18 points in the third and the Trojans (9-5, 2-2) edged the Timberwolves (9-7, 0-3) in Coeur d’Alene.
Hailey Jackson led Lake City with 11 points.
Clarkston 38, Cheney 37: Jamie Weisner made 1 of 2 free throws with 8 seconds left to lift the Bantams (9-1, 3-0) past the visiting Blackhawks (4-7, 1-2). Cheney missed a 3-pointer on the ensuing possession. Weisner led Clarkston with 18 points and 11 rebounds. The Blackhawks were led by Allie Brown’s 18 points.
Pullman 57, Medical Lake 46: The Greyhounds (4-7, 2-2) broke open a close game in the fourth quarter and topped the host Cardinals (1-11, 0-4). Emily Drake scored 13 points and Dakota Wickard added 10 for Pullman, which outscored Medical Lake 18-10 in the fourth quarter.
Kelby Wegner and Nicole Petersen combined for 22 points and Makenzie Biesecker grabbed eight rebounds for Medical Lake.
Northwest Christian 56, St. George’s 26: Maria Guske had 16 points and eight steals as the Crusaders (10-2, 7-1) opened up a big lead in the first quarter and cruised past the visiting Dragons (4-7, 3-4).
Hannah Dietzen had 13 points and nine rebounds and Courtney Gray added 12 points and eight boards for Northwest Christian. The Dragons were led by Brenna Russell’s 13 points.
Reardan 63, Kettle Falls 16: Tori Wynecoop scored 17 points and Chantel Heath added 11 points and five steals as the Indians (12-0, 8-0) routed the visiting Bulldogs (3-9, 2-6). Randi Goodnight led Kettle Falls with nine points.
Davenport 58, Liberty 32: The Gorillas (6-5, 4-4) jumped out to an 18-point first-half lead and routed the visiting Lancers (0-11, 0-8). Miranda Mielke scored a game-high 26 points and added seven assists and five steals for Davenport. Kylie Hudkins-Shelton added 10 points and Sidney Cole grabbed 12 rebounds for the Gorillas. Liberty was led by Aly Tee’s 11 points.
Selkirk 56, Cusick 51: The Rangers (11-3, 5-2) erased a five-point halftime deficit and beat the visiting Panthers (7-4, 3-2) at Ione. Courtney Holter scored 22 points for Selkirk. Cusick was led by Courtney Montgomery and Nalene Andrews, who combined for 22 points.
Inchelium 57, Northport 20: Anissa Jerred had 21 points, six rebounds and four steals as the Hornets (6-6, 2-5) took control in the second quarter and stormed past the visiting Mustangs (1-11, 1-6). Maraia Zacherle added 17 points and 10 boards for Inchelium. Marissa Gilmore tallied a team-high 10 points for Northport.
Central Wash. 2B
Lake Roosevelt 88, Manson 13: The Raiders dominated from the get-go and cruised past visiting Manson in Coulee Dam.
Coeur d’Alene 70, Sandpoint 31: The Vikings (14-2) used an 18-2 first-quarter run and stormed past the visiting Bulldogs (7-8). Kendalyn Brainard had 14 points, eight rebounds and seven assists and Erin Legel had 16 points for Coeur d’Alene. Sandpoint was led by Hailey Olin and Maggie Kirscher, who scored 15 points apiece.
Lewiston 67, Lakeland 49: The Bengals (12-2) broke open a close game in the second half and cruised past the Hawks (9-7) in Rathdrum. Karlee Wilson scored 21 points and Tisha Phillips added 18 for Lewiston, which outscored Lakeland 14-6 in the final quarter. Cieana Close had 15 points and four assists for the Hawks.
St. Maries 52, Kootenai 12: Lakin Anzo scored 13 points and Kaytrin Thaut added 13 as the Lumberjacks (4-6) routed the visiting Warriors (2-6). Dusti Huddleston added eight points and 11 boards for St. Maries, which led 30-5 at halftime.
Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 45, Rosalia 41: Davi Killian scored eight of her team-high 14 points in the fourth and the Broncos (6-5) edged the visiting Spartans (10-2). Lind-Ritzville/Sprague used a 10-4 third-quarter run to take control. Briann Maley and Mackenzie Reddish scored 17 points each for Rosalia.
Republic 54, Curlew 27: The Tigers (9-5) dominated from the opening tip and eased past the host Cougars (2-10). Republic jumped ahead 16-2 in the first and led by 20 points at the half. Alyssa Stout, Kacie Lane and Brianna Brown combined for 52 of the Tigers’ 54 total points. Haleigh Gibson tallied a team-high nine points for Curlew.
Odessa-Harrington 33, LaCrosse-Washtucna 25: The Titans (3-8) took control in the fourth quarter and beat the host Tigercats (2-10). Jessie Whitaker scored 12 points for Odessa-Harrington, which outscored LaCrosse-Washtucna 14-7 in the fourth.
Wilbur-Creston 57, Wilson Creek 31: Christy Rosman scored 10 points and grabbed seven rebounds as the Wildcats (2-7) broke a four-game losing streak with a win over host Wilson Creek. Alex Potts scored nine points for Wilbur-Creston.
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