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Sasquatch women rally past Big Bend

Thu., Jan. 31, 2013, midnight

Rylie Holsinger scored 14 points to lead four Community Colleges of Spokane players in double figures as the Sasquatch (12-8, 5-3 NWAAC) rallied to beat Big Bend Community College 64-59 in NWAAC play Wednesday in Moses Lake.

Men’s basketball

Brady Bagby’s 31 points weren’t enough to help CCS (14-7, 5-3 NWAAC) in an 81-70 loss to Big Bend Community College in Moses Lake.

District 7 2B boys

Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 45, Davenport 40: Dylan Hartz scored 17 points and had five assists as the Broncos held off the Gorillas at Mt. Spokane High School.

Colfax 66, Reardan 45: Brandon Gfeller scored 22 points to lead the Bulldogs past the Indians at Mt. Spokane.

Northwest Christian 67, Liberty 60: Jonathan Morris scored 28 points as the Crusaders got past the Lancers at Mead High School.

St. George’s 75, Springdale 27: Mark Kenney hit all five of his 3-point attempts for 15 points as the Dragons cruised past the Chargers at Mead.

• LRS will play Colfax and Davenport plays Reardan on Friday at 6:30 p.m. St. George’s faces Northwest Christian and Liberty plays Springdale on Friday night at 8.

District 7 2B girls

Reardan 66, Liberty 26: Chantel Heath had 18 points, nine assists and five steals and Kelsey Moos added 16 points and 12 rebounds as the Indians routed the Lancers at Mead.

St. George’s 30, Springdale 25: Brenna Russell had nine points and eight rebounds as the Dragons held off the Chargers at Mead.

Northwest Christian 56, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 27: Hannah Dietzen scored 14 points as the Crusaders dispatched the Broncos at Mt. Spokane.

Colfax 54, Davenport 23: Taylor Larsen scored 16 points to lead the Bulldogs past the Gorillas at Mt. Spokane.

• Reardan plays St. George’s and Liberty faces Springdale Friday night at 5. Northwest Christian plays Colfax and LRS faces Davenport on Friday at 3:30 p.m.


Post Falls won the final five matches, including the last two by pin, for a 36-33 victory over visiting Lewiston.

Track and field

Idaho sprinter Ben Ayesu-Attah was named Western Athletic Conference Men’s Track Athlete of the Week.


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