January 12, 2013 in Sports

Knights take control late, beat Indians

 

A dominating third-quarter got East Valley back into the game and propelled the Knights to a 43-36 win over Colville in Great Northern League girls basketball Friday night at East Valley.

The Knights trailed by six points at halftime, but outscored the Indians 17-1 in the third and held on in the fourth to stay perfect in the GNL.

Erin Wallman had 12 points and 10 rebounds and Jordan Phelan added eight points and eight boards for East Valley (10-2, 4-0).

Colville (5-6, 1-2) was led by Taryn Main’s 10 points.

West Valley 58, Cheney 51: Natalie Noble led three players in double figures with 16 points and the Eagles (7-4, 3-0) edged the host Blackhawks (3-7, 1-3). Erin Higbie scored 13 points and Cassie Finn added 10 for West Valley. Chae Brown and Darien Brophy had a combined 34 points and Coreen Labish had 10 blocks to lead Cheney.

Pullman 61, Deer Park 12: The Greyhounds (6-5, 2-1) built an enormous first-half lead and completely overwhelmed the visiting Stags (0-12, 0-4). Emily Drake led the way with 19 points and Anna Guo added 15. Pullman, which forced Deer Park into 28 turnovers, led 47-4 at halftime.

Northeast A

Freeman 66, Riverside 16: Molly McIntyre had 19 points and five assists and Sierra McGarity added 13 points as the Scotties (13-0, 6-0) overwhelmed the visiting Rams (7-6, 3-3). .

Lakeside 54, Kettle Falls 26: Ashley Cook-Cox led four players in double figures with 13 points and the Eagles (10-4, 4-2) routed the host Bulldogs (4-8, 0-6). Jocelyn Cook-Cox had 11 points and Kelsey Jones and Jenna Widman added 10 apiece for Lakeside.

Newport 57, Chewelah 46: Holly Malsbury scored 19 points and Courtney Wiese added 11 as the Grizzlies (10-4, 6-1) beat the host Cougars (5-8, 2-4). Newport hit 10 of 18 free throws in the fourth.

Northeast 2B

Northwest Christian 72, Liberty 22: Hannah Dietzen led three players in double figures with 19 points and the Crusaders (11-2, 6-2) routed the host Lancers (2-12, 0-8). Chanel Knight had 14 points and Treasure Farmer added 13 for Northwest Christian, which built a 39-12 halftime lead.

Reardan 71, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 32: Kelsey Moos scored 15 points and Chantel Heath added 14 as the Indians (13-1, 8-0) dumped the host Broncos (4-9, 2-6).

Springdale 38, Davenport 34: The Chargers (7-7, 3-5) held off the Gorillas’ fourth-quarter rally and won at Davenport (4-10, 2-6). Spring Hamilton led a balanced scoring effort for Springdale with seven points.

Colfax 47, St. George’s 22: Amelie Bruya and Taylor Larsen scored 12 points apiece as the Bulldogs (12-2, 8-1) forced 18 turnovers and beat the host Dragons (6-8, 4-4). Nicole Sheer added 11 points for Colfax, which built a 25-9 halftime lead.

Northeast 1B North

Inchelium 49, Selkirk 40: Maraia Zacherle scored 15 points and Olivia Williams added 13 as the Hornets (4-5, 3-4) built a big first-half lead and held on to beat the visiting Rangers (4-7, 2-5). Inchelium’s 26-6 second-quarter run was the difference. Katie Couch and Jessika Reiber combined for 22 points for Selkirk.

Cusick 49, Columbia 29: Caitlin Nenema scored 16 points to guide the Panthers (14-0, 7-0) past the Lions (8-6, 5-2) in Hunters. Shahnoa Williams had a team-high 12 points for Columbia.

Republic 56, Northport 17: Brianna Brown and Haley McRae combined for 23 points as the Tigers (9-3, 5-2) overwhelmed the host Mustangs (2-9, 0-7). Kathy Higgins had a team-high eight points for Northport, which was outscored 16-0 in the third quarter.

Northeast 1B South

Wellpinit 39, Odessa-Harrington 27: Kyra Antone scored 14 points as the Redskins (6-8, 2-2) built a comfortable first-half lead and held on late in a win over the host Titans (4-10, 2-2). Chelsea Fisher scored 10 points and Jordyn Tanke added six points, nine rebounds, seven steals and four assists for Odessa-Harrington.

Almira/Coulee-Hartline 68, St. Michael’s 31: Karlee Martin scored 20 points as ACH (9-5, 4-0) routed visiting St. Michael’s (1-11, 0-4). Monique Isaak had 13 points and 11 rebounds and Brynna Stevens 11 points and 10 boards for ACH.

Wilbur-Creston 57, Valley Christian 26: Lauren Leyva scored eight of her career-high 17 points in the fourth quarter as the Wildcats (9-4, 2-2) routed the visiting Panthers (1-10, 1-3). Jessica Boyer added 11 points for Wilbur-Creston, which outscored Valley Christian 27-6 in the second half. Lindy Riggan scored 18 of the Panthers’ 27 points.

Southeast 1B

St. John-Endicott 39, Garfield-Palouse 27: Gretchan Van Lith scored 14 points and the Eagles (10-2, 7-1) beat the visiting Vikings (2-11, 2-7). Garfield-Palouse was led by Taylor Redman’s 19 points.

Liberty Christian 37, LaCrosse-Washtucna/Kahlotus 29: The Patriots took control in the fourth by outscoring the Tigercats (0-13, 0-9) 18-5 and cruised to the win at home.

Colton 75, Rosalia 28: Jenna Moser scored 16 points as the Wildcats (11-1, 9-0) beat the host Spartans (8-5, 5-4). Hannah Sims had 10 points to lead Rosalia.

Nonleague

Sandpoint 48, Bonners Ferry 40: Hailey Olin made 4 of 5 3-pointers and finished with 18 points as the Bulldogs (9-6) took control in the second half and beat the host Badgers (10-3). Sandpoint outscored Bonners Ferry 30-20 in the second half to erase a two-point halftime deficit. The Badgers were led by Aubree Wasmer’s 12 points.

Lewiston 55, Clarkston 25: Karlee Wilson scored a game-high 20 points and the Bengals (13-3) routed the host Bantams (3-8).

Lakeland 48, Timberlake 39: Kelly Ramus had 12 points and eight rebounds and Josie Coder added 11 points and five steals as the Hawks (2-13) pulled away late to beat the Tigers (2-12) in Rathdrum. Lakeland outscored Timberlake 28-14 in the second half to erase a five-point deficit.

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