Kelsey Moos scored 12 of her game-high 28 points in the third quarter and grabbed 15 rebounds as Reardan stayed undefeated in the Northeast 2B League with a 62-57 win over Northwest Christian Tuesday night in Reardan.
Chantel Heath added 21 points for the Indians (12-1, 7-0), who outscored the Crusaders 17-12 in the third quarter after trailing by a point at halftime.
Treasure Farmer had 16 points and Courtney Gray added 14 for Northwest Christian (10-2, 5-2), which hit six 3-pointers.
The teams will meet again Jan. 19 at Northwest Christian.
St. George’s 59, Springdale 46: Brenna Russell had 23 points, seven rebounds and five blocks and Alex Wert added 22 points and 11 boards as the Dragons (6-7, 4-3) pulled away late and beat the visiting Chargers (6-7, 2-5). St. George’s outscored Springdale 18-9 in the fourth to seal the deal. Taylor Smith made 5 of 8 3-pointers and finished with a team-high 19 points for the Chargers.
Colfax 55, Liberty 21: The Bulldogs (11-2, 7-1) opened the game on a 15-2 run and eased past the visiting Lancers (2-11, 0-7). Nicole Sheer had 14 points and eight rebounds and Amelie Bruya added 13 points and five steals for Colfax.
Davenport 52, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 42: Chrissy Hannemann scored a game-high 18 points and the Gorillas (4-9, 2-5) beat the visiting Broncos (4-8, 2-5). Brooke Pichette and Dalyn Killian combined for 21 points for Lind-Ritzville/Sprague.
Inland Empire 5A
Lewiston 45, Lake City 34: Karlee Wilson scored 19 points and the Bengals (12-3, 2-1) used a 13-0 second-quarter run to get past the Timberwolves (9-6, 0-3) in Coeur d’Alene. Amber Hawkes scored 10 points for Lake City.
Inland Empire 4A
Moscow 37, Lakeland 34: Chloe Quinnett scored nine points and grabbed 12 rebounds as the Bears (4-8, 1-0) held on to beat the Hawks (1-13, 0-2) in Rathdrum. Lakeland was led by Josie Coder’s nine points and five steals.
East Valley 58, Cheney 40: Hannah Burland scored 11 points and Taylor Morscheck and Jordan Phelan added 10 apiece as the Knights (9-2, 3-0) topped the host Blackhawks (3-6, 1-2). Cheney’s Coreen Labish had 15 blocks to go along with her 11 points.
West Valley 43, Colville 32: Erin Higbie scored 21 points and the Eagles (6-4, 2-0) got out to a strong start and beat the host Indians (4-5, 0-1). Colville struggled with West Valley’s full-court, pressure-defense in the first half.
Clarkston 54, Deer Park 17: Janey Reeves scored 12 points and the Bantams (3-6, 1-1) forced 19 Stags turnovers and cruised to a win at Deer Park (0-11, 0-3). Clarkston made 20 off 44 shots from the floor while the Stags connected on just six of 37.
Priest River 36, Bonners Ferry 35: The Badgers (9-2, 1-2) were unable to get a shot off with five seconds to play and fell to the host Spartans (8-5, 2-0). Jill Weimer had 13 points and seven rebounds for Priest River. Bonners Ferry was led by Aubree Wasmer’s 12 points.
Riverside 49, Kettle Falls 35: Courtney Davis scored a season-high 31 points and added 12 rebounds and nine steals as the Rams (7-5, 3-2) beat the visiting Bulldogs (4-7, 0-5). Kettle Falls was led by Josie Stanard’s 14 points.
Chewelah 33, Medical Lake 30: Katelyn Garner scored nine points and the Cougars (5-7, 2-3) held on to beat the host Cardinals (5-8, 1-5). Medical Lake’s potential game-tying 3-pointer late in the fourth quarter fell short.
Freeman 52, Lakeside 30: The Scotties (12-0, 5-0) opened the game on a 15-3 run and east past the Eagles (9-4, 3-2) in Nine Mile Falls. Sierra McGarity scored 12 points and Katie Vold and Alisha Sorensen added 10 apiece for Freeman. Lakeside was led Ashley Cook-Cox, who scored 13 points.
Wilbur-Creston 65, Wellpinit 39: The Wildcats (9-3, 2-1) exploded for 28 third-quarter points and Wilbur-Creston routed the visiting Redskins (5-9, 1-2). Kaelee Reed and Brianne Goodlake scored 12 points apiece for the Wildcats.
Valley Christian 34, St. Michael’s 33: Lindy Riggan had 22 points, eight rebounds and four steals as the Panthers (1-9, 1-2) came from behind to beat the visiting Warriors (1-10, 0-3). Valley Christian trailed by five points at the end of the third, but outscored St. Michael’s 10-4 in the final quarter. Macaela Shelley and Brittani Urann had eight points apiece to lead the Warriors.
Almira/Coulee-Hartline 62, Odessa-Harrington 17: Reinnee Rockett and Karlee Martin scored 17 points apiece – a career-high for Rocket – as the Warriors (8-5, 3-0) overwhelmed the visiting Titans (4-9, 2-1). Kendall Todd led Odessa-Harrington with 11 points.
Columbia 38, Selkirk 33: Shahnoa Williams and Elizabeth Larrew scored 13 points apiece to guide the Lions (8-5, 5-1) past the Rangers (4-6, 2-4) in Hunters. Jessika Reiber and Katie Couch combined for 27 points for Selkirk.
Tekoa-Oakesdale 38, Rosalia 21: Courtenay Perry and Mattie Jo Johnson scored eight points apiece as the Nighthawks (9-2, 6-2) beat the host Spartans (8-4, 5-3). Mackenzie Reddish led Rosalia with 10 points.
Colton 62, Garfield-Palouse 11: The Wildcats (10-1, 8-0) outscored the Vikings 22-3 in the first quarter and eased to the win at Garfield-Palouse (2-10, 2-6). Payton Meyer scored 16 points for Colton.
Newport 47, Timberlake 38: The Grizzlies (9-4) opened the fourth quarter on an 11-1 run and cruised past the visiting Tigers (2-11). Courtney Wiese had 14 points, eight rebounds and five steals to lead Newport. Timberlake was led by Jessica Norlander’s 15 points.
Sandpoint 48, Kellogg 26: Cassie Young scored 13 points and Hailey Olin added 11 as the Bulldogs (8-6) locked down defensively and beat the host Wildcats (7-4). Kellogg was held to 11 first-half points.
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