January 27, 2013 in Sports

Colville puts away Bantams

 

Colville’s 23-9 second-quarter run proved to be the difference as the Indians beat Clarkston 50-42 in a Great Northern League girls basketball game Saturday night at Colville.

Jessi Wittmeyer scored 12 points, Taryn Main had 10 and Tyra Brons and McKenna Cabbage chipped in nine points apiece for Colville (9-7, 5-3).

Main and Brons scored seven points each in the decisive second quarter. Cabbage and Megan Lee each collected eight rebounds.

Janey Reeves’ 15 points led the Bantams (3-13, 1-7).

Cheney 52, Medical Lake 24: Chae Brown led three players in double figures with 16 points and the Blackhawks routed the host Cardinals. Cheney forced 22 turnovers, which led to a lot of easy buckets.

Intermountain League

Bonners Ferry 37, Timberlake 27: Savannah Woods scored 14 points and the Badgers (14-5, 3-3) got out to a quick start and beat the Tigers (2-15, 0-5) at Spirit Lake. Timberlake couldn’t recover after falling behind 13-2 in the first quarter. Jessica Norlander led the Tigers with 14 points.

Northeast 2B

Northwest Christian 57, Davenport 23: Courtney Gray made 10 of 11 field goals and 4 of 5 from the free-throw line and scored 24 points in the Crusaders’ rout of the host Gorillas (5-15, 3-11). Northwest Christian (15-4, 10-4) outscored Davenport 24-4 in the second quarter and led 40-11 at halftime.

Colfax 57, Springdale 30: Amelie Bruya made four 3-pointers and scored 18 points and Taylor Larsen added 14 points and eight rebounds as the Bulldogs (17-3, 12-2) routed the visiting Chargers (10-10, 6-8). Colfax led 24-7 after the first quarter. Springdale was led by Emily Sulgrove and Brittney Beckman, who scored eight points apiece.

St. George’s 52, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 34: Alex Wert scored 18 points and collected nine rebounds and Taryn Stamper hit four 3-pointers and finished with 14 points as the Dragons (9-11, 7-7) beat the visiting Broncos (7-13, 4-10). St. George’s outscored Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 15-3 in the third quarter to put the game out of reach. The Broncos were led by Jenna Bennett’s 11 points.

Northeast 1B North

Cusick 60, Curlew 34: Caytlin Nenema tallied a game-high 20 points as the Panthers (18-1, 10-1) used their size to their advantage in a win over the host Cougars (5-12, 3-9). Cusick outscored Curlew 20-7 in the third quarter to put the game away. Lindsey Gibson led Curlew with 14 points.

Columbia 61, Inchelium 25: Elizabeth Larrew had 28 points, nine rebounds, seven steals and five assists to guide the Lions (12-7, 9-3) to a rout over the Hornets (6-8, 4-7) in Hunters. Columbia, which forced 30 turnovers, led 25-10 at halftime. Inchelium’s Javahni Andrews scored 18 points.

Republic 42, Selkirk 28: Demi Jo Vaughn had 13 points, nine rebounds and five steals as the Tigers (14-4, 9-2) overcame a slow start and beat the host Rangers (7-11, 4-7). Brianna Brown added 12 points, seven rebounds and five steals for Republic, which took control after scoring just one point in the first quarter. Katie Couch had 12 points and 20 rebounds for Selkirk.

Northeast 1B South

Wellpinit 52, St. Michael’s 48: The Redskins (10-9, 6-3) built a big first-half lead and held on late to beat the visiting Warriors (3-15, 1-7). Kyra Antone scored 15 points and Kaylee Kieffer added eight points and seven steals for Wellpinit, which led 30-17 at halftime. Macaela Shelley scored 14 points and Jolene House added 11 for St. Michael’s, which stormed back after halftime but couldn’t complete the comeback.

Almira/Coulee-Hartline 74, Valley Christian 28: Karlee Martin scored 24 points and dished out 10 assists as the Warriors (13-5, 8-0) overwhelmed the visiting Panthers (1-16, 1-8). Lindy Riggan tallied a team-high 20 points for Valley Christian.

Wilbur-Creston 42, Odessa-Harrington 23: The Wildcats (15-4, 7-2) ended the game on a 26-3 run and beat the visiting Titans (5-14, 3-6). Alexandra Potts tallied a team-high nine points for Wilbur-Creston, which outscored Odessa-Harrington 30-10 in the second half.

Southeast 1B

Tekoa-Oakesdale 60, St. John-Endicott 40: Mattie Jo Johnson and Alexandria Overton scored 17 points apiece as the Nighthawks (14-3, 10-3) cranked up the defensive intensity in the second half and beat the visiting Eagles (13-4, 10-3). St. John-Endicott led by eight points at the half, but struggled with Tekoa-Oakesdale’s aggressive man-to-man defense in the second half, making just 3 of 19 shots after halftime.

Colton 84, Touchet 22: Jenna Moser led four players in double figures with 16 points and the Wildcats (16-1, 13-0) dumped the visiting Indians.

Garfield-Palouse 34, Rosalia 33: Alexis Rodriguez and Taylor Redman combined for 30 points to lead the Vikings (5-13, 5-9) to a win over the visiting Spartans (10-7, 7-6). Rosalia was led by Mackenzie Reddish, who scored 13 points.

North Star

Wallace 41, Kootenai 33: Jordan Browning scored 12 points and grabbed eight rebounds and Emily Nelson added 10 points and nine boards as the Miners (8-7, 3-0) held off a late Warrior rally and won in Wallace. Katey Mae McInturff, Emily Martin and Ellison Schultz all scored nine points for Kootenai (2-14, 0-3).

Lakeside 48, Clark Fork 25: The Knights (11-7, 3-0) dominated in the second half and beat the visiting Wampus Cats (4-10, 1-3). Mariah Miller had 10 points and nine steals for Clark Fork.

Central Idaho

Grangeville 44, Coeur d’Alene Charter 37: Kaelea Bass scored a game-high 18 points to guide the Bulldogs past the host Panthers (14-4). Bass scored just two points in the teams’ previous matchup. Lexi Turkenburg tallied a team-high 17 points for Charter.

Nonleague

Post Falls 49, Lakeland 22: The Trojans (19-1) opened the game on a 15-0 run and routed the visiting Hawks (2-16). Broke Litalien had 11 points for PF.

Coeur d’Alene 63, Moscow 20: Brittany Tackett had 16 points, seven assists and four steals and Madison Sumner had 16 points as the Vikings (16-4) routed the host Bears (6-11). Sydney Williams added 10 points for Coeur d’Alene, which outscored Moscow 23-2 in the second quarter and led 37-6 at halftime.


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