Morton-White Pass 54, St. George’s 51
The Timberwolves withstood a furious late rally and stunned the Dragons in the title game.
Morton-White Pass senior Kalen Dunlap, despite being limited by foul trouble, scored 19 points and Kaleb Poquette and Zach Walton each added 11.
The previously undefeated Dragons started slowly on offense and fell behind early. Dunlap scored 14 points in the first half as MWP built a 35-23 lead.
The pace slowed in the second half and St. George’s narrowed the gap.
With 1:10 left in the game, Dexter Sienko hit a shot near the basket to cut the Timberwolves’ lead to one. But Dragons’ senior Erik Muelheims missed two 3-pointers in the final 10 seconds that would have tied the game.
Sienko scored 16 of his game-high 25 points in the second half. Muelheims added 13.
|Morton-White Pass||16||19||7||12||- 54|
|St. George’s||8||15||9||19||- 51|
MWP—Poquette 11, Kolb 5, Walton 11, Hanson 0, Dunlap 19, Counts 4, Reynolds 2, Eveland 2.
St. George’s—Peplinski 4, Worrall 0, Muelheims 13, Spalding 0, Furbeyre 0, Tender 9, D. Sienko 25.
Bear Creek 63, Liberty 39
Jesse Leuenberger scored 26 points and the Grizzlies defeated the Lancers for third place.
Bear Creak led by just one midway through the second quarter, but had a 9-0 run to end the first half, then outscored Liberty 30-15 in the second half to win going away.
Collin Feight added 12 points and 11 rebounds, and Luke Blankenbeckler handed out six assists for the Grizzlies.
The Lancers were bothered by the Grizzlies’ full-court pressure throughout the game, committing 13 turnovers to the Grizzlies’ five.
Ryan Thayer scored 25 points and grabbed eight rebounds for Liberty. Match Burnham was held to one point in the loss.
|Bear Creek||13||20||17||13||- 63|
Bear Creek—Leuenberger 26, Blankenbeckler 3, Feight 12, Geiger 0, Linnenkohl 0, Magee 6, Benson 0, Rial 7, Kaiser 7, Denniston 2.
Liberty—King 0, Fleming 3, M. Burnham 1, Sievers 0, Thayer 25, Green 0, Hammond 0, Simmons 1, C. Burnham 9, Haas 0, Parades 0, Dumaw 0.
LRS 69, Mossyrock 60
The Broncos used a 9-0 run to begin the third quarter to take control and beat the Vikings, giving Lind-Ritzville/Sprague fourth place.
Mossyrock gave up 22 offensive rebounds to the Broncos, who converted for 14 second chance points. LRS won the rebounding battle 43-33.
Tyler Frederick led the Broncos with 14 points and nine rebounds, Connor O’Neil had 13 points and Ryan Whitmore and Dylan Hartz scored 12.
Kyler Hazen led all scorers with 17 points, shooting 7 of 13 from the field for the Vikings.
With the loss, Mossyrock claimed sixth place in the tournament.
Lind-Ritzville/Sprague—Becker 0, O’Neill 13, Saetre 3, Hartz 12, Smith 3, Ruzicka 4, Canaday 6, Whitmore 12, Roettger 2, Morley 0, Leffel 0, Frederick 14.
Mossyrock—Fuchs 0, Stephens 16, Hazen 17, Kirkley 13, Watson 10, Allen 0, Callies 0, Nelson 0, Butler 4, Senter 0, Allen 0.
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