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Knight, Indians keep pace in NEA

Ashley Knight had 24 points and nine rebounds as Colville kept pace in the Northeast A League with a 57-55 win over Newport on Tuesday at Colville.

Newport’s Courtney Wiese had a chance to tie the game with 3 seconds to play, but missed one of her three free-throw attempts.

Wiese, Taylor Lewis and Miranda Frederick all had 14 points for the Grizzlies (10-5, 2-4).

Colville (10-5, 5-1) remains in second place in the league standings, one game back of undefeated Freeman.

Freeman 69, Chewelah 21: Alyssa Maine scored a game-high 16 points and the Scotties (16-0, 6-0) jumped ahead early and ran over the host Cougars (2-14, 0-6). Haley Barnes and Alisha Sorensen added 11 points apiece for Freeman. Chewelah was led by Ryann Richmond’s 11 points.

Lakeside 52, Riverside 33: Jenna Widman hit 7 of 10 free throws and finished with 15 points as the Eagles (9-7, 4-2) took control in the fourth and beat the host Rams (6-10, 1-5). Lakeside put the game away in the fourth quarter, outscoring Riverside 12-3. Courtney Davis had 18 points, 12 rebounds, six blocks and five steals for the Rams.


Lewiston 43, Post Falls 36: Klaree Hobart scored all nine of her points in the fourth quarter as the defending-champion Bengals (15-2, 4-1) pulled away and beat the visiting Trojans (9-7, 2-4). Tisha Phillips had 11 points for Lewiston. Post Falls was led by Dani Failor’s 17 points and 14 rebounds.

Great Northern League

Cheney 47, Deer Park 27: The Blackhawks (6-8, 3-3) completely dominated the fourth quarter and routed the host Stags (8-6, 4-2). Allie Brown scored 16 points and Mandy McDowell added 12 for Cheney, which outscored Deer Park 15-3 in the final quarter.

Intermountain League

Timberlake’s game at St. Maries and Bonner’s Ferry’s game at Kellogg were both postponed due to weather conditions. Makeup dates have yet to be set.

Bi-County 2B League

Northwest Christian 60, Liberty 19: Maria Guske had 18 points and 11 steals as the Crusaders locked (12-2, 9-1) down defensively and routed the visiting Lancers (0-13, 0-10).

Reardan 74, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 36: Kelsey Moos led three players in double figures with 14 points as the Indians (13-0, 9-0) took control early and breezed past the visiting Broncos (7-6, 4-6). Tori Wynecoop added 13 points for Reardan.

St. George’s 28, Springdale 16: Alex Wert scored 11 points as the Dragons (5-8, 4-5) held off the host Chargers (4-10, 4-6). The Dragons outscored the Chargers 15-3 in the first.

North Star League

Due to weather, Mullan’s game at Clark Fork and Wallace’s game at Kootenai were postponed. The Mullan/Clark Fork game was rescheduled for Feb. 1 at Mullan.

Panorama League

Cusick 47, Wellpinit 35: Andrea Heinen scored 18 points and Nalene Andrews pulled down 16 rebounds – seven coming on the offensive end – as the Panthers (9-5, 5-3) beat the visiting Redskins (5-10, 4-5). Kyra Antone led Wellpinit with 13 points.


Lake City 48, Sandpoint 27: Jasmyn Smith hit three 3-pointers and finished with 15 points as the Timberwolves (10-8) beat the visiting Bulldogs (7-10). Maggie Kirscher led Sandpoint with 16 points.

Colton 75, Kamiah 36: Haley Moser led five players in double figures with 15 points as the Wildcats (14-0) jumped ahead early and cruised to a win over the visiting Kubs.

St. John-Endicott 44, Odessa-Harrington 31: Rachel Gfeller had 12 points and eight rebounds to lead the Eagles (7-5) past the visiting Titans (6-9, 3-2). Gretchen Van Lith added six points and nine boards for St. John-Endicott.

Okanogan 64, Almira/Coulee-Hartline 51: The Bulldogs took control in the second quarter and beat the visiting Warriors (11-3). Madeline Isaak led Almira/Coulee-Hartline with 19 points.

Lake Roosevelt 58, Bridgeport 15: Danielle Laramie scored 13 points and Dominque Pleasants added 12, including three 3-pointers, as the Raiders won at Bridgeport.

• Genessee’s game at Garfield-Palouse was postponed due to weather conditions. A makeup date has yet to be set.

• Inchelium’s game at Wilbur-Creston was rescheduled for Jan. 30 due to weather conditions.

• Due to weather conditions, Potlatch’s game at Tekoa-Oakesdale was canceled and is unlikely to be rescheduled.