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Girls basketball: Macy Luhr’s 12 points helps Freeman defeat Lakeside on Reese Court at EWU

UPDATED: Sat., Jan. 26, 2019, 10:02 p.m.

From staff reports

Macy Luhr scored 12 points and Freeman (14-4, 9-1) defeated Lakeside (6-12, 4-6) 56-40 on Saturday at Eastern Washington University.

Rylee Thomas led the Eagles with nine points. Jordyn Goldsmith scored 11 points and Bradee Parisotto added 10 points for the Scotties.

Northeast 2B

Davenport 62, St. George’s 50: Sydney Zeiler scored 16 points and the Gorillas (15-3, 7-1) beat the visiting Dragons (10-9, 5-4). Janaye Wilkie had 14 points and Darby Soliday 13 for Davenport. Lydia Bergquist led St. George’s with 18 points.

Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 52, Asotin 19: Dakota Killian scored 16 points and the Broncos (9-10, 6-3) beat the visiting Panthers (1-17, 1-8). Kylan Hernandez led Asotin with 12 points. Eliza Galbreath 13 and Julia Klein 11 for Lind-Ritzville/Sprague.

Northwest Christian 60, Kettle Falls 31: Jordan Rabe scored 15 points and the Crusaders (16-3, 8-1) defeated the visiting Bulldogs (10-9, 3-6). Zarah Johnson led Kettle Falls with 11 points. Ellie Sander added on 14 points for Northwest Christian.

Chewelah 57, Wilbur Creston 42: Bailey Smith scored 18 points and Natalie Rose-Sheppard added 11 and the Cougars (10-8, 3-5) beat the visiting Wildcats (4-11, 0-9). Lily Guthrie led Wilbur-Creston with 15 points.

Northeast 1B

Valley Christian 50, Odessa 25: Phoebe Trigsted scored 22 points and the visiting Panthers (12-5, 9-4) defeated the Tigers (5-13, 5-9). McKennah Davison led Odessa with 10 points. Jolynn Pope added 10 points for Valley Christian.

Curlew 33, Selkirk 27: Olivia Kjolseth scored 13 points and the visiting Cougars (8-7, 8-6) beat the Rangers (11-8, 10-4). Bree Dawson and Whitney Dawson led Selkirk with eight points apiece.

Almira/Coulee-Hartline 71, Wellpinit 68: Makenna Oliver scored 25 points and hit the game-winning 3-pointer in overtime and the visiting Warriors (14-3, 12-0) beat the Redskins (14-4, 9-4). Christina Flett led Wellpinit with 22 points, Ashlynn Hill had 16, Jada Orr 13 and Amelia Seyler 10. Gabi Isaak added 20 points and Mikayla Rushton 15 for Almira/Coulee-Hartline.

Inchelium 94, Cusick 23: Rylee Desautel scored 28 points and the Hornets (12-7, 9-5) beat the visiting Panthers (2-13, 2-11). Zalissa Sanfo had 16, Cloey Simpson 13 and Meika Heath 13 for Inchelium. Teresa Campbell led Cusick with 10 points.

Northport 67, Republic 13: Hailey Young scored 18 points and the Mustangs (9-9, 7-7) defeated the visiting Tigers (0-18, 0-14). Kayla Tonasket led Republic with 10 points. Eliza Stark added 17 points for Northport.

Southeast 1B

Colton 54, Oakesdale 39: Jordyn Moehrle scored 14 points and the visiting Wildcats (15-2, 10-0) beat the Nighthawks (14-4, 6-4). Dakota Patchen had 13 points and Emily Schultheis 11 for Colton. Logan Reed led Oakesdale with 15 points.

St. John-Endicott/LaCrosse 66, Prescott 30: Brooklyn Bailey scored 14 points and Alynn Harder added 13 points with four steals and the Eagles (10-8, 5-5) beat the visiting Tigers (1-13, 0-9). Naveli Flores led Prescott with 19 points.

Idaho

Timberlake 58, Kellogg 26: Taryn Soumas scored 18 points and Mckeeley Tonkin added 16 and the visiting Tigers (17-2, 5-0) beat the Wildcats (8-9, 2-3) in an Intermountain League game. Hailey Cheney led Kellogg with nine points.

Sandpoint 50, Priest River 8: Maddie Morgan scored 12 points and the Bulldogs (4-13) defeated the visiting Spartans (1-13) in a nonleague game.

Hellgate (MT) 69, Genesis Prep 26: Parry Paffhausen and Bailee Sayler scored 11 points apiece and the Knights (5-3) defeated the visiting Jaguars (7-10). Rachel Schroeder led Genesis Prep with 17 points.

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