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Girls basketball: Central Valley rides Lexie Hull to 13-0 start with win over Lake Stevens

UPDATED: Sat., Jan. 13, 2018, 10:42 p.m.

 (Colin Mulvany / The Spokesman-Review)
(Colin Mulvany / The Spokesman-Review)

Lexie Hull scored 23 points with 11 rebounds and Central Valley rolled over Lake Stevens in the Assist for Life Basketball Classic at Wilson High School in Tacoma on Saturday.

Hailey Christopher added 17 points and Lacie Hull dished out eight assists for Central Valley (13-0).

Northeast 1A

Medical Lake 71, Colville 34: Jayda Noble scored 17 points and visiting Medical Lake (7-0 NEA) defeated Colville (3-4). Kaitlyn Petrey paced Colville with 11 points.

Northeast 2B

Colfax 61, Wilbur-Creston 21: Carmen Gfeller scored 15 points and the visiting Bulldogs (8-2 NE 2B) defeated the Wildcats (1-5). Wilbur-Creston was paced by Alicia Johnson with six points.

Kettle Falls 47, Asotin 28: Taylor Dunlap scored 15 points and the Bulldogs (5-4 NE 2B) defeated the visiting Panthers (2-6). Samantha Dudley led the Bulldogs with 10 points.

Reardan 61, Springdale 44: Kim Dewey poured in 37 points and the visiting Indians (3-6 NE 2B) downed the Chargers (0-8). Nicole Beckman led the Chargers with 15.

Northeast 1B

Selkirk 43, Valley Christian 38: Gabi Rick scored 20 points and the visiting Rangers (10-0) bested the Panthers (4-4). Phoebe Trigsted had 20 points for Valley Christian.

Almira/Coulee-Hartline 73, Cusick 40: Gabi Isaak scored 18 points and the visiting Warriors (8-1 NE 1B) raced past the Panthers. Gracie StrangeOwl led the Panthers with nine points.

Curlew 60, Columbia 16: Korin Baker scored 28 points and the visiting Cougars (8-3 NE 1B) beat the Lions (0-9). Lexi Nelson led Columbia with 10 points.

Inchelium 69, Odessa 53: Meika Heath scored 15 points and the visiting Hornets (7-2 NE 1B) defeated the Tigers (2-7). McKennah Davison led Odessa with 21 points.

Wellpinit 61, Republic 13: Tyshea Twoteeth scored 11 points and the visiting Redskins (6-3 NE 1B) dominated the Tigers (1-10). Kayla Tonasket led the Tigers with five points.

Southeast 1B

Pomeroy 48, Touchet 17: Maddy Dixon scored 19 points and the visiting Pirates (5-1 SE1B) defeated the Indians (2-5). Katie Skramstad and Dana Jaggar scored six points apiece for Touchet.

Colton 62, Prescott 55: Matt Wolf scored 25 points and the Wildcats (4-5 SE 1B) downed the visiting Tigers (3-5). Jose Gonzalez led the Tigers with 21 points.

Oakesdale 65, Waitsburg 17: Lizzy Perry scored 26 points and the visiting Nighthawks (4-3 SE 1B) beat the Cardinals (0-7). Devon Harshman led Waitsburg with 10 points.

St. John-Endicott/LaCrosse 43, Garfield-Palouse 42: Riley Lamb scored 11 points and hit the winning shot with 1 second left and the Eagles (2-5 SE1B) defeated the visiting Vikings (4-2). Katie Arrasmith scored 19 points for Garfield-Palouse.

Nonleague

Davenport 76, Tekoa-Rosalia 24: Lainy Jacobson scored 19 points and the Gorillas cruised past the visiting Timberwolves. Gwynn Razo led the Timberwolves with 11 points.

St. George’s 52, Newport 22: Cambrie Rickard scored 11 points and the visiting Dragons beat the Grizzlies. Alika Robinson led Newport with 10 points.

Colton 62, Grangeville 33: Dakota Patchen scored 18 points and the Wildcats raced past the visiting Bulldogs. JaKaili Norman led the Bulldogs with 12.

Idaho

Sandpoint 39, Moscow 35: Grace Kirscher scored 18 points and the visiting Bulldogs (1-0 IEL 4A) beat the Bears (1-1). Gracey Meyer led Moscow with 18 points.

Timberlake 71, Priest River 15: Brooke Jessen scored 12 points and the visiting Tigers (4-0 IML) beat the Spartans (0-3). Taryn Soumas and McKeeley Tonkin also scored 12 points apiece for Timberlake.

St. Maries 53, Orofino 17: Kaylee Auer scored 14 points and the Lumberjacks (3-0 CIL) beat the visiting Maniacs (0-2). Hayley Bretz led Orofino with seven points.

Genesis Prep 55, Wallace 47: Bella Murekatete scored 24 points and the Jaguars defeated the Miners in a nonleague game. Rachel Schroeder added 17 points for Genesis Prep.


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