Jake Love scored 23 points and pulled down 10 rebounds and West Valley kept pace in the Great Northern League race with a 42-37 win Saturday at Medical Lake.
The Eagles outscored the Cardinals 16-7 in the final quarter to erase a four-point deficit.
Jordan Gassman added seven points for West Valley, which outrebounded Medical Lake 34-14.
Kendyl Dunn and Ismael Teshome combined for 25 points for Medical Lake (6-8, 3-3).
The Eagles (11-1, 4-1) remain one game back of Pullman (12-1, 5-0) for first place in the GNL.
Cheney 58, East Valley 38: C.J. Skillingstad scored 14 points and Evan Cook and Calvin Berstler added 10 apiece as the Blackhawks (7-6, 2-3) whipped the host Knights (7-6, 1-4). Cheney outscored East Valley 18-7 in the second quarter and led by 18 points at halftime. Scott Taylor led East Valley with nine points.
Clarkston 71, Deer Park 55: Kage Sobotta scored 20 points and DePaul Blunt added 16 as the Bantams (8-4, 2-3) took control in the second half and beat the visiting Stags (5-8, 1-4). Uconn Peone tallied a game-high 24 points for Deer Park, which was outscored by 15 points in the second half.
Moscow 56, Lakeland 44: The Bears (7-6, 3-0) jumped ahead early and cruised past the visiting Hawks (3-10, 1-2). Moscow’s Lane Brooks led three players in double figures with 18 points. Josh Helbling added 13 points for the Bears, who led 19-6 after the first quarter. The Hawks were led by Matt Horne and Scott Simpson, who scored nine points apiece.
St. Maries 90, Kellogg 89 (OT): Austin Linnemeyer scored a game-high 32 points and Satchel Schetzle added 26 as the Lumberjacks (7-1, 2-0) edged the host Wildcats (10-2, 1-2) in overtime. Tyler Morgan scored 24 points and grabbed 10 rebounds and Garret Wendt added 23 points and six boards for Kellogg.
Timberlake 63, Priest River 42: Trevor Masterson scored 16 points and Brian Cronnelly added 14 as the Tigers (9-4, 2-1) routed the host Spartans (4-7, 1-1). Cronnelly made four 3-pointers in the second quarter. Cameron Riley led Priest River with 15 points.
Bi-County 2B League
Davenport 56, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 54 (OT): Joey Gunning scored eight of his 15 points in overtime as the Gorillas (9-3, 6-3) clipped the host Broncos (6-7, 3-6). Wyatt Evers added 11 points and eight rebounds for Davenport. Lind-Ritzville/Sprague got a combined 29 points from Dylan Hartz and Colby Starring.
Colfax 69, Springdale 38: The Bulldogs (9-3, 7-1) opened up a 13-point first-quarter lead and went on to beat the host Chargers (3-10, 1-8). Kyle Johnson scored 19 points and Brady Ellis added 13 for Colfax, which outscored Springdale 18-8 in the third to take a 29-point lead into the fourth quarter. The Chargers were led by Chase Fitzgerald’s 10 points.
Bi-County 1B League
Valley Christian 59, Wilbur-Creston 24: The Panthers (12-1, 3-0) dominated the second quarter and cruised past the visiting Wildcats (5-7, 0-3). The Panthers switched to a zone defense in the second and outscored Wilbur-Creston 17-0. Craver Small scored 16 points and Ross Tabbert added 12 points and 12 rebounds for Valley Christian.
Odessa-Harrington 76, St. Michael’s 57: The Titans (8-5, 2-2) dominated the second quarter and stormed past the visiting Warriors (4-8, 0-3). Justin Hunt scored 29 points for Odessa-Harrington, which outscored St. Michael’s 28-5 in the second period. Gabe Durazo had 21 points and Chris Shelley added 15 for the Warriors.
Columbia 57, Curlew 55: After trailing for most of the game, the host Lions (4-10, 3-6) stormed back in the fourth and edged the Cougars (2-12, 0-7) in Hunters. Dominick Marquez scored 21 points and Dustin Wyborney added 16 for Columbia, which outscored Curlew 26-12 in the fourth. Jamie Zerck tossed in a game-high 25 points for the Cougars.
Northport 56, Selkirk 44: David Higgins had 16 points and eight rebounds and Frederik Verhaeghe scored eight of his 13 points in the decisive first quarter as the Mustangs (13-2, 8-1) topped the visiting Rangers (6-10, 5-4). Josh Konkler scored 12 points and Jeremiah Johnson passed out nine assists for Northport. The Rangers were led by Avery Miller’s 20 points.
Southeast 1B League
LaCrosse-Washtucna 58, Garfield-Palouse 52: Jake Aune scored 20 points and had three steals late in the fourth as the Tigercats (6-8, 4-4) edged the visiting Vikings (3-9, 3-5). Darcy Stamper added 11 points for LaCrosse-Washtucna. Wyatt Mitchell led Garfield-Palouse with 16 points.
St. John-Endicott 73, Tekoa-Oakesdale 34: Cole McCanna led three players in double figures with 20 points and the Eagles (8-4, 7-1) dumped the visiting Nighthawks (1-11, 0-7). Zach Hollingsworth made five 3s and finished with 17 points for St. John-Endicott. Marcus Pluff tallied a team-high 19 points for Tekoa-Oakesdale.
Rosalia 61, Touchet 33: Damian Loucks scored 12 points and Grant Gelhaus and Dalton Jacobs added 10 apiece as the Spartans (8-6, 5-3) routed the visiting Indians (5-6, 1-6). Rosalia outscored Touchet 23-6 in the second quarter and led by 22 points at halftime. Colter McKeown tallied a team-high 10 points for Touchet.
Colton 81, Pomeroy 52: Jake Straughan scored 24 points and Dustin Patchen added 22 as the Wildcats (11-1, 8-0) routed the visiting Pirates (5-7, 3-5). Josh Straughan added 18 points for Colton, which outscored Pomeroy by 18 points in the first half. Riley Bott scored 16 points and Mitch Ruchert added 10 for Pomeroy.
Moses Lake Christian 56, Almira/Coulee-Hartline 41: The Lions built a 14-point halftime lead and beat the Warriors in Moses Lake. Derek Isaak scored a game-high 25 points for Almira/Coulee-Hartline (11-2).
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