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Reardan Stops Liberty 67-43, Secures Bi-County East Title

Boys basketball

Travis Titchenal scored a game-high 26 points and Reardan opened the second half with a 12-0 run as the top-ranked Indians crushed Liberty 67-43 Friday in Reardan.

Titchenal, who connected on 5 of 8 3-pointers, helped Reardan improve to 20-0 and wrap up the Bi-County League East title at 14-0.

Liberty (11-8, 8-5) was led by the 11 points of Andy Cooper.

The Bi-County tournament begins Tuesday in Reardan.

Reardan 67, Liberty 43

Liberty 15 10 8 10 - 43

Reardan 19 13 20 15 - 67

LIBERTY Wiman 0, B.Cory 2, Engle 5, Horlacher 10, J.Holling 0, Johnson 1, Cooper 11, C.Holling 2, Tee 2, Greenwalt 10.

REARDAN Jenkin 2, Brown 2, Soliday 0, Titchenal 26, Martin 0, Eastman 10, Graham 12, Flaa 0, Nollmeyer 0, Kiger 15.

ACH 64, Odessa 26

Third-ranked Almira/Coulee-Hartline (15-3, 12-2) got 19 points from Topher Goodwin in beating the visiting Tigers (5-13, 4-10).

Odessa 5 5 8 8 - 26

Alm./Cou.-Hart. 18 20 12 14 - 64

ODESSA Goetz 0, Kramer 2, Starkel 3, Hardung 0, Floch 4, Carlson Jr. 2, G.Schafer 0, Z.Schafer 0, Pitts 2, Grall 13, Walter 0.

ALMIRA/COULEE-HARTLINE R.Higginbotham 3, Pierce 11, Elder 3, Leander 9, Pate 4, Emerson 0, Goodwin 19, Evers 11, Thomas 4, Neilsen 0.

Ritzville 56, Chr. Her. 51

John Galbreath had 19 points, seven rebounds and five assists to lead the seventh-ranked Broncos (17-2, 12-2) past the Patriots (5-14, 2-12).

Joe Bell and Brett Bishop scored 19 and 18, respectively, for the Patriots.

Chr. Heritage 12 11 12 16 - 51

Ritzville 15 17 7 17 - 56

CHRISTIAN HERITAGE Hill 0, Newbill 8, B.Bishop 18, J.Bishop 2, Bogle 4, Bell 19.

RITZVILLE Arlt 12, Benzel 0, Duff 8, Boness 0, DeVore 5, J.Galbreath 19, S.Galbreath 8, Russel 4.

Wilbur-Cres. 79, Lind 39

Sorrell Katich hit a game-high 18 points as the Wildcats (12-7, 9-5) dealt the host Bulldogs (2-17, 1-13) a loss.

Wilbur-Creston 21 16 20 22 - 79

Lind 10 9 7 13 - 39

WILBUR-CRESTON Marchand 2, Leonard 9, Villars 2, Samuels 10, Kuchenbuch 10, Nelson 8, Katich 18, Desautel 5, Reister 8, Cairns 4, Grant 3.

LIND Jo.Parkins 10, Olson 0, Williamson 2, Wills 4, Ja.Parkins 8, Dutton 2, Kulm 0, Sheckells 2, Sikorski 6, Thompson 0, Fichtenberg 0, Labes 2.

S-H 68, Valley Chr. 64

David Countryman tossed in a game-high 29 points and Jason Carroll added 21 to lead Sprague-Harrington (7-11, 5-8) to an upset win over visiting Valley Christian (12-7, 6-7).

Brian Sears scored 22 for VC.

Valley Christian 16 15 12 21 - 64

Sprague-Harr. 19 17 10 22 - 68

VALLEY CHRISTIAN Dahl 3, Schlafmann 0, Decker 7, Evans 4, Teterud 4, Spuler 14, Sears 22, Sandin 10, King 0.

SPRAGUE-HARRINGTON Pelissier 4, Timm 0,Wagner 5, Carroll 21, Henry 5, Countryman 29, Smith 2, Thompson 2.

Northeast A

Med. Lk. 55, Freeman 53

Carlos Simmons dribbled the length of the floor and scored on a layup at the buzzer to give the ninth-ranked Cardinals (15-3, 10-2) a win over the visiting Scotties (11-7, 8-4).

Freeman’s Aaron Hill had tied it on a 3-pointer with 6 seconds left.

Simmons finished with 15 points and 10 assists and Brandon Moore had 15 points and 14 rebounds for ML. Matt Miller’s 13 points topped Freeman.

Freeman 8 13 14 18 - 53

Medical Lake 14 13 10 18 - 55

FREEMAN Odle 5, Hill 7, Love 0, Miller 13, S.Simmons 4, Jones 5, Goldsmith 10, White 3, T.Simmons 0, Pope 6.

MEDICAL LAKE Jackson 10, Brown 3, Headlee 3, Simmons 15, Miller 2, Bahr 0, Campbell 2, Nichols 5, B.Moore 15.

Lakeside 75, Newport 44

The seventh-ranked Eagles (14-4, 11-1), led by the 19 points of George Petticrew, had five players in double figures in pounding the host Grizzlies (4-13, 2-10).

Lakeside 18 23 14 20 - 75

Newport 9 13 9 13 - 44

LAKESIDE (Nine Mile Falls) - Wilson 10, Petticrew 13, Spiger 0, Bender 14, Feider 1, Day 11, Dasenbrock 19, Coe 7.

NEWPORT Kiehn 0, Frandrup 10, Meade 4, Ellersick 7, Marsh 0, Martindale 4, Mumford 8, Drum 9, Vlasman 2.

Chewelah 38, Colfax 34

The Cougars (12-6, 8-4) rallied from a 12-point fourth-quarter deficit to beat the host Bulldogs (4-14, 4-8).

Chewelah 5 5 8 20 - 38

Colfax 4 12 14 4 - 34

CHEWELAH Forsberg 3, Nitschke 6, Meserve 17, Edwards 0, Wissink 2, Landram 3, Sunday 1, Parrish 6.

COLFAX Kehne 5, Damery 6, Curtis 4, Van Dyke 1, Cook 7, Keck 0, Stoner 10, Van Tine 1.

Kettle F. 40, Deer Pk. 38 (OT)

Ryan Williams’ only basket came with 7 seconds left in overtime and lifted the Bulldogs (8-10, 5-7) past the Stags (0-18, 0-12).

Kettle Falls 5 11 9 8 7 - 40

Deer Park 5 7 11 10 5 - 38

KETTLE FALLS Weathers 2, Presley 0, Miller 3, Delony 14, Kulesza 12, Newton 7, Berryman 0, George 0, Williams 2.

DEER PARK Mitchell 6, Bryant 6, Stevens 0, Frickey 6, McCollough 5, Zimmerer 6, Martin 5, Thompson 4.

Whitman County

L-W 73, Colton 54

Troy Nealey, Casey Rouleau and Jeremy Daniel combined for 47 points and 27 rebounds to spark fifth-ranked LaCrosse-Washtucna (17-2, 9-0) past the visiting Bulldogs (5-14, 1-8).

Colton 10 11 18 15 - 54

LaCrosse-Wash. 21 15 12 25 - 73

COLTON T.Truong 2, B.Truong 0, Weber 4, Busch 11, Druffle 5, Bates 15, Hopwood 12, Meyer 5, Stout 0.

LACROSSE-WASHTUCNA Nealey 19, Schweiger 9, Rouleau 13, Henley 4, Daniel 15, Whitman 9, Anderson 4.

Gar-Pal 75, Rosalia 64

Brad Bischoff, Jeremy Fox and Logan Coles combined for 54 points to as eighth-ranked Garfield-Palouse (17-2, 7-2) beat the Spartans (5-12, 2-7).

Rosalia’s Ben Scheele hit five 3-pointers in the first period and finished with a game-high 26 points.

Rosalia 19 14 15 16 - 64

Garfield-Palouse 20 20 14 21 - 75

ROSALIA Vangrimbergen 3, Peterson 0, Slemp 10, Scheele 26, Schmidt 6, Bothman 3, Blank 11, Barton 0, Schindler 1, Workman 4.

GARFIELD-PALOUSE Tiegs 2, Tharp 0, Flansburg 0, Bischoff 21, Coles 15, Fox 18, Gearhart 8, Million 3, Sheffler 4, Stillman 4, Hall 0, Sain 0.

SJE 60, T-O 48 (OT)

Grant Bafus scored eight of his game-high 19 points in overtime as the Eagles (7-12, 6-3) rallied past the visiting Nighthawks (6-13, 2-7).

Trevor Fox hit three straight free throws to send the game into overtime.

Tek.-Oake. 4 17 6 13 8 - 48

St.Jo.-End. 2 9 20 9 20 - 60

TEKOA-OAKESDALE Fox 13, Brown 0, Teal 5, Brogan 0, Taylor 2, Zornes 0, Graffis 14, Wall 14.

ST. JOHN-ENDICOTT Kolb 0, Colyar 11, Repp 0, Bafus 19, Strader 10, Scheuerman 12, Smith 0, Stolmeier 8.

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