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Panorama Slugs It Out For Pride

Area girls

With league tournament berths already settled, Tuesday’s Panorama League season-ending games were for pride.

The double-elimination league tournament begins Monday night at 7, with each game at the highest seed.

Openers are North No. 1 Northport vs. South No. 4 Springdale; North No. 2 Republic vs. South No. 3 Northwest Christian; North No. 3 Columbia vs. South No. 2 St. George’s; and North No. 4 Wellpinit vs. South No. 1 Selkirk.

St. George’s 53, NWC 42

Miranda Routh-Corker scored 29 to lead the Dragons (12-8, 11-3) over Jana Huston (26 points) and the visiting Crusaders (9-11, 8-6).

NW Christian 12 10 9 11 - 42

St. George’s 13 12 12 16 - 53

NORTHWEST CHRISTIAN Moen 0, Ogle 3, Montague 8, Casimir 0, Clouse 5, Huston 26.

ST. GEORGE’S Liu 12, Davis 0, DeNiro 0, Chiu 0, Boutz 6, Webster 0, Ruth-Corker 29, Appling 6.

Northport 69, Inchelium 54

Jessica Sell had 20 points, nine rebounds, six assists and seven of her team’s 26 steals as the Mustangs (18-2, 13-2) beat the visiting Hornets (4-13, 3-12).

Inchelium 7 12 11 24 - 54

Northport 29 11 16 13 - 69

INCHELIUM G.Finley 2, Mollenberg 11, Seymour 0, D.Stensgar 2, Tonasket 16, Boyd 10, Ta.Finley 13.

NORTHPORT Brunette 0, Knudsen 3, Day 4, Ke.Sauvola 2, Sell 20, E.Young 8, Lenhard 0, C.Young 8, Jimenez 2, Godes 0, Ka.Sauvola 22.

Selkirk 49, Springdale 47

Molly Carlson had 21 points and 15 rebounds and the visiting Rangers (17-3, 13-1) rallied past the Chargers (8-11, 6-8).

Selkirk 7 17 13 12 - 49

Springdale 15 12 8 12 - 47

SELKIRK Sharp 4, Smith 0, Grass 2, Weaver 1, Allert 5, Dury 2, Porter 14, Carlson 21.

SPRINGDALE K.Bade 2, A.Bade 4, Cates 15, Dixon 9, Hendricks 9, N’Deeo 2, Stricker 2, Peone 6.

Republic 50, Columbia 39

Melissa Friend scored 10 of her 20 in the third quarter and the visiting Tigers (13-7, 11-4) hit 11 of 13 free throws while beating the Lions (7-10, 7-8) at Hunters.

For Columbia, Mindy Etue hit five 3-pointers.

Republic 17 7 14 12 - 50

Columbia 8 11 11 9 - 39

REPUBLIC Tietsort 0, Dinkins 2, Stonehocker 2, Young 4, Prichett 0, Davis 0, Wilson 11, Pfaffle 11, Friend 20.

COLUMBIA Schrack 0, Etue 17, Berg 5, Strickler 4, MacMillan 0, L.Dale 13, Dashiell 0.

Wellpinit 50, Curlew 37

Miranda Payne scored 28 on 12-of-21 shooting from the floor to guide the visiting Redskins (9-9, 6-9) over the Cougars (2-17, 2-13).

Wellpinit 6 16 14 14 - 50

Curlew 14 9 5 9 - 37

WELLPINIT Barnaby 0, Covington 10, Ost 2, Payne 28, Ramos 3, Stearns 2, Tonasket 3, Wynecoop 0.

CURLEW Meyer 0, Brown 10, Peterson 2, Thiele 9, Barkley 7, Zerck 0, Paul 5, Somday 3, Branam 1.

FRONTIER LEAGUE

Clarkston 46, Pullman 41

Cinnamon Anderson had 10 rebounds and the visiting Bantams (3-11, 2-5) held the Greyhounds (4-12, 2-6) to 1-for-25 shooting in the fourth quarter to snap a five-game losing streak. Clarkston’s Rochell King added seven rebounds and five assists.

Clarkston 17 4 13 12 - 46

Pullman 12 15 9 5 - 41

CLARKSTON Blankenship 2 0-0 5, King 3 0-0 8, Tucker 2 0-0 4, Murray 0 0-0 0, Heytvelt 3 1-2 7, Jones 0 0-0 0, Johnson 2 0-0 4, Rodgers 0 0-0 0, Anderson 6 6-10 18, Fazzari 0 0-0 0, Haight 0 0-0 0. Totals 18 7-12 46.

PULLMAN Brossman 4 5-6 13, Umbreit 1 2-3 4, Pedersen 1 0-0 2, Rydbom 4 1-2 9, Couch 0 0-0 0, Curry 0 0-4 0, Wilde 4 2-3 13. Totals 14 10-19 41.

3-point goals - Blankenship, King 2, Wilde 3. Total fouls - Clarkston 19, Pullman 13. Fouled out - King, Tucker. Technicals - Wilde.

NON-LEAGUE

Pateros 63, ACH 48

Marcy Stennes hit 11 of 12 free throws and scored 29 to guide the visiting Billygoats (14-4) over the Warriors (3-15) at Hartline.

Pateros 11 14 16 22 - 63

ACHartline 11 14 5 18 - 48

PATEROS Johnson 2, Stennes 29, Neuneker 12, Bighouse 5, Tuinsit 2, Libbey 13, Adamske 0.

ALMIRA/COULEE-HARTLINE Oliver 0, Malone 9, Pinar 0, Maes 0, Roberts 2, Dormaier 15, Horter 16, Giese 0, Andersen 6.

Asotin 75, Gar.-Palouse 67

Tara McNair and Deanna Schnider combined for 48 points as the Panthers (7-7) beat the visiting Vikings (8-10) in a matchup originally scheduled at the snowed-out Colfax Christmas tournament.

Gar.-Palouse 16 22 8 21 - 67

Asotin 15 22 18 20 - 75

GARFIELD-PALOUSE Nelson 11, Coles 17, Shelden 12, Smick 0, J.Cottrill 13, S.Cottrill 1, Smith 0, Swinney 6, Hodson 6, Kildew 0, Hayden 1, Scheffler 0, Tronson 0.

ASOTIN Beloit 1, Johnsen 0, Schnider 23, Mills 0, Fred 5, McNair 25, Shaw 0, Hawkins 7, Roberts 4, Van Trease 0, McCann 10.

Colton d. WWVA, no score

The Wildcats (4-13) ended an eight-game losing streak by beating visiting Walla Walla Valley Academy.

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