CCS men roll to easy victory

Brady Bagby scored 34 points and CC Spokane defeated host Walla Walla 97-59 in an NWAACC men’s basketball game Wednesday night.

The Sasquatch (13-6, 4-2) led 51-30 at the half. Kwinn Hanson added 23 points and Tyler Edwards 10 for CCS.

Walla Walla fell to 9-9, 3-3.

Women’s basketball

CC Spokane (11-7, 4-2) scored 17 points off 17 turnovers but that wasn’t enough to overcome shooting and rebounding disadvantages in a 62-45 loss to NWAACC East leader Walla Walla (17-1, 6-0).

The visiting Sasquatch shot just 29 percent and were outrebounded 51-23. Riley Holsinger scored 13 points and Morgan Freeman 11 for CCS.

Boys basketball

Chewelah took off an 18-point lead in the first quarter and the host Cougars defeated Northport (9-8) 73-33. Caleb Wiebe scored 18 points, Derek Smith 15 and Ben Johnstone 13 for Chewelah (14-2).

• Kellogg (8-6) rolled to a 65-20 nonleague win over visiting Wallace (7-7). Kellogg’s Jesse Lambert hit five 3-pointers in scoring 17 points while Heath Waechter had nine rebounds to go with 13 points.

Girls basketball

Chewelah got off to a quick start and went on to a 49-26 nonleague victory over visiting Northport (2-14). Kaitlin Krouse scored 12 points for Chewelah (6-11) while Kassie Guglielmino led the Mustangs with 13.


Tyler Thomas’ 1-0 victory at 120 pounds in the penultimate match provided what proved to be the winning points as Cheney (3-3) edged host West Valley (1-5) 34-33.

• Jared Burton (120), Jesse Molina (138) and Matt Miller (145) all provided pins in a 63-14 victory for host Deer Park (4-1) over Pullman (0-6). Freshman Trevor Eicher remained unbeaten with a 15-0 win at 160.


Amara Poquette of Mt. Spokane won three events and the all-around while University won the team competition at the Mead/Mt. Spokane Gymnastics Center. The meet included the five Greater Spokane League 3A teams.


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