Lakeside regained momentum after a poor third quarter and stormed back to beat Medical Lake 60-57 Friday night in Nine Mile Falls in a Northeast A League boys basketball game featuring big runs by both teams.
The Eagles’ Cody Watkins made a lay-in with 20 seconds left that turned into the eventual game-winner. Cameron Gay made a pair of free throws late to cap the scoring.
Coleton Collins had 17 points and seven rebounds and Watkins added 14 points and 12 boards for Lakeside (8-10, 7-3).
The Eagles led by nine points at halftime, but were outscored 24-7 in the third quarter. They responded in the fourth, outscoring the Cardinals 15-4.
Austin Garza led three Medical Lake (12-6, 9-2) players in double figures with 21 points.
Riverside 53, Newport 46: Andrew Kramer scored 17 points and grabbed 10 rebounds and Tyler Axtell added 13 points, eight rebounds and six assists as the Rams (5-12, 3-7) stormed from behind to beat the visiting Grizzlies (6-13, 3-8). Riverside erased an 11-point third-quarter deficit with a 22-12 fourth-quarter run. Jeron Konkright tallied a game-high 18 points for Newport.
Chewelah 64, Freeman 34: Ben Johnstone led a balanced scoring attack with 14 points and the Cougars (15-3, 10-0) beat the host Scotties (3-15, 3-7). Brandon Smith added 13 points and Derek Smith 12 for Chewelah. Jesse Unfred scored 12 points and Peyton Smetana grabbed 10 rebounds for Freeman.
Colville 60, East Valley 46: Matt Hubbard scored 26 points and grabbed 15 rebounds and the Indians (7-8, 3-4) pulled away in the second half and topped the visiting Knights (8-9, 4-5). Lukyn Holling and Nevin Thompson each dished out seven assists for Colville. The Knights were led by James Brown, who scored 23 points.
West Valley 72, Cheney 48: Tyler Stavnes scored a game-high 20 points and the Eagles (11-5, 4-4) routed the visiting Blackhawks (8-8, 4-5). Jake Love added 17 points – with seven coming in the first quarter – and 13 rebounds and Brady Bergman chipped in 11 points and eight boards for West Valley.
Pullman 74, Deer Park 34: The Greyhounds (17-1, 9-0) dominated after halftime and raced past the host Stags (4-13, 0-9). Pullman held a six-point lead at the half, but outscored Deer Park 27-2 in the third quarter. Corey Langerveld led three Greyhounds in double figures with 18 points. The Stags were led by Reese Ferguson’s 14 points.
St. George’s 57, Northwest Christian 50: Dexter Sienko led three players in double figures with 25 points and the Dragons (18-1, 13-0) stayed perfect in league play with a win over the host Crusaders (13-6, 8-5). Jonathan Morris and Tyler Stephens combined for 22 points for Northwest Christian.
Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 68, Colfax 51: The Broncos (15-4, 9-4) got out to a quick start and moved into a tie for second place with a win over the visiting Bulldogs (14-5, 9-4). Dylan Hartz had 14 points and eight assists, Connor O’Neill scored 14 and Tyler Frederick added 12 points and eight rebounds for LRS. Brandon Gfeller made five 3-pointers and scored 25 points for Colfax.
Liberty 58, Springdale 36: Match Burnham and Aaron Jennen combined for 25 points as the Lancers (10-10, 6-8) held the Chargers (0-19, 0-13) scoreless in the second quarter and eased to the win at Liberty. Josh Anderson tallied a team-high 12 points for Springdale.
Davenport 45, Reardan 29: Shane Hopkins scored 16 points and the Gorillas (9-10, 4-9) topped the host Indians. Skyler Peone led Reardan (6-14, 4-10) with 10 points.
Northeast 1B North
Inchelium 69, Curlew 46: Sam LeaderCharge made 7 of 11 3-pointers and finished with 30 points, 12 rebounds and four steals as the Hornets (3-9, 2-7) beat the visiting Cougars (6-9, 4-6). Quentin Holford added 14 points and Roger Finley 10 for Inchelium. Curlew was led by Aaron McCullough’s 21 points.
Republic 68, Columbia 27: Saxon Brown made three 3-pointers and scored 28 points to power the Tigers (8-8, 5-4) past the visiting Lions (0-17, 0-12). Dan Slagle added 11 points and 10 rebounds for Republic.
Cusick 74, Northport 53: Alec Bluff had 27 points and 10 rebounds and Chad Browneagle added 19 points, 11 rebounds, six steals and six blocks as the Panthers (16-2, 11-0) jumped ahead early and beat the visiting Mustangs (9-9, 5-6). Jeremiah Johnson and Chris Hsieh scored a combined 29 points for Northport.
Northeast 1B South
Wellpinit 60, Odessa-Harrington 50: A.J. Kieffer had 21 points and 17 rebounds and Brodie Ford added 18 points and 13 rebounds as the Redskins (13-5, 6-2) built a 18-point first-half lead and held on to beat the visiting Titans (11-7, 5-3). Ford scored 13 points in the second quarter. Justin Hunt had 26 points for the Titans.
Valley Christian 57, Wilbur-Creston 45: Brad Dickinson scored 13 points and the Panthers (9-8, 4-4) responded after a sluggish start and beat the visiting Wildcats (9-9, 3-5). Colton Magers had 15 points for Wilbur-Creston.
Garfield-Palouse 65, Tekoa-Oakesdale 31: Jesse Lopez had 17 points, 10 rebounds, four assists and four steals as the Vikings (14-3, 11-2) routed the visiting Nighthawks (1-15, 0-12). Max Mueller led Tekoa-Oakesdale with 17 points.
Lake City 49, Lakeland 41: Chuckie Adams made two late 3-pointers and the Timberwolves (12-4) rallied from behind to beat the Hawks (7-8) in Rathdrum. Riley Moreen scored a game-high 14 points for LC, which outscored Lakeland 17-8 in the final quarter.
Kettle Falls 56, Selkirk 47: Conner McKern scored 21 points to lead the Bulldogs (7-11) past the host Rangers (12-4). Avery Miller had 15 points and 11 rebounds for Selkirk.
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