Keara Simpson finished with 16 points and 12 rebounds and Lake City (6-4) beat Ferris (0-9) 72-43 at the Avista Holiday Tournament at Lewis and Clark State College.
LC’s Brooklyn Rewers added a game-high 17 points.
Mayson Younger led the Saxons with 15 points and nine rebounds. She finished 5 of 11 from the field, including 2 of 3 on 3-pointers.
Lake City advances to play Clarkston on Friday in a semifinal, while Ferris will meet Wenatchee in a consolation game.
Clarkston 59, Wenatchee 42: Ashlyn Wallace scored 14 points and the Bantams (5-1) defeated the Panthers (3-6). Anna Sharp added 13 points for the Bantams with four 3-pointers.
North Central 46, Genesis Prep 28: Quincy McDeid scored 19 points and the Indians (6-3) defeated the Jaguars (0-4). North Central advances to Walla Walla in a semifinal, while Genesis Prep takes on Lewiston in a semifinal on Friday.
Walla Walla 58, Lewiston 49: The Blue Devils (5-4) topped the Bengals (9-2).
Hanford Holiday Tournament
Gonzaga Prep 69, Pasco 49: Lakin Gardner scored 15 points, Mia Scelfo added 12 and the Bullpups (6-3) handled the Bulldogs (5-5).
Hanford 40, Shadle Park 37: Haley Coleman scored nine points and the Falcons (3-8) beat the Highlanders (0-9). Jillian Groves scored a game-high 16 points for the Highlanders.
Auburn Holiday Classic
University 73, Kentwood 27: Kinsley Barrington scored 14 points and the Titans (5-4) beat the Conquerors (6-5) at Auburn Riverside High School. Ellie Boni added 12 points for University.
Eagle Holiday Classic
Lakeside 47, Lake Roosevelt 33: Sienna Swannack scored 15 points and the co-host Eagles (5-3) defeated the Raiders (3-4) in the Eagle Holiday Tournament on Thursday at West Valley High School. Hallie Jensen added 14 points for the Eagles.
Bonners Ferry 64, Colville 41: Miranda Wenk scored 27 points with 15 rebounds and five steals and the Badgers (6-2) defeated the Indians (4-4). Rylee Merritt had 13 for the Indians.
La Salle 74, Colfax 63: Natalie Newman scored 16 points and the Lightning (5-3) defeated the Bulldogs (6-3). Kamryn Fixcus and Tatiana White followed close behind with 15 points each. Carmen Gfeller led Colfax with 36 points.
Selkirk 45, Tonasket 33: Gabi Rick scored 14 points and the Rangers (8-2) defeated the Tigers (4-4). Whitney Dawson followed with 12 points for Selkirk while Madyson Clark led Tonasket with 10 points.
Sandpoint 60, Cheney 57: Grace Kirscher scored 30 points and the Bulldogs (4-6) defeated the Blackhawks (5-4). Brette Draper socred 12 points for the Blackhawks.
Lakeland 49, Newport 45: Lauryn Cooper scored 11 points and the Hawks (4-5) defeated the Grizzlies (3-2). Jocelin Nenema led the Grizzlies with 12 points.
Liberty 53, Pomeroy 32: Maisie Burnham scored 29 points and the Lancers (4-1) defeated the Pirates (8-2). Emma Holwegner tacked on 13 points for Liberty. Sydney Watko led the way for Pomeroy with nine points.
Davenport 53. Okanogan 39: Lainy Jacobsen scored 16 points and the Gorillas (7-1) defeated the Bulldogs (4-5). Sydney Zeiler followed close behind with 15 points.
Cashmere 56, Colton 44: Hailey Vanlith scored 27 points and the Bulldogs (9-1) defeated the Wildcats (5-1). Dakota Patchen led the Wildcats with 17 points while Rylee Vining added 15.
Larson Memorial Classic
Freeman 55, Northwest Christian 46: CarolAnn Edwards scored 12 points and the host Scotties (4-4) beat the visiting Crusaders (4-3). Anna Chisholm and Grace Holt added 11 points each for the Scotties. Ellie Sanders led NWC with 15 points.
Reardan Holiday Tournament
Reardan 49, St. John-Endicott/LaCrosse 33: Kim Dewey scored 39 points and the host Indians (3-4) beat the Eagles (2-6). Dewey went 10 for 11 from the free throw line and had 11 rebounds. Drew Curtis-Brewer had 13 points for SJ-E/L.
Chewelah 63, Wellpinit 52: Krislyn Koler had 15 of her 29 points in the first quarter and the Cougars (2-3) handled Redskins (6-1). Christina Flett led Wellpinit with 15 points.
Almira/Coulee-Hartline 60, Wilbur-Creston 25: Gabi Isaak scored 14 points and the Warriors (7-0) defeated the Wildcats (1-8). Madison Clark scored seven for the Wildcats.