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Hallett, Clift lead Ferris past Cheney

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Brian Hallett had 16 points and Jon Clift added 15 as Ferris beat Cheney 44-36 in non-league boys basketball action Thursday at Cheney.

Matt Brunnell led the way for the Blackhawks (1-3) with 13 points and 10 rebounds, but the Saxons (3-0) held Cheney to just 29 percent shooting from the floor.

In other non-league action, Luke Clift had 12 points and Nick Ambrose added 12 points, six rebounds and four assists as Central Valley (3-0) beat Rogers (2-2) 62-35 at Central Valley. … Kyle Turpin had nine points and blocked a late 3-point attempt to ensure a 37-35 win for Post Falls (2-0) over Lakeside (Nine Mile) at Post Falls. Lakeside is 1-1. … The brothers Cooke combined for 51 points to lead Tekoa-Oakesdale (2-1) to a 65-39 win over Potlatch in Potlatch. Kelly Cooke led the way with 20 points, Austin Cooke had 19 and Casey Cooke finished with 12.

Girls basketball

Lexi Lallas had 11 points as Ferris (1-2) turned a one-point halftime deficit into a 23-point romp in a 58-35 win over Cheney in non-league action at Cheney. The Blackhawks (1-2), led by Heather Burke’s 12 points, were up 19-18 at halftime but turned the ball over on their first six possessions in the second half as the Saxons outscored Cheney 40-16 to win going away. … In other non-league action, Heidi Heintz scored 17 of her 23 points in the first half as Central Valley (3-1) cruised past Rogers 73-20 at Central Valley. Rikeya Crossley had 12 to lead the Pirates (0-3). … Kandice McArthur scored 15 points and Heather Arnone 14 as Post Falls (4-2) used a 15-0 run to take the lead for good in a 61-42 win over Newport (0-3) at Newport. … Kelli Davis had 14 points and five assists as Pullman (1-1) held off visiting Moscow (1-3) 51-42. Kelly Scott had 20 points for Moscow. … Darcie Chappell scored 17 points and Shelby Puckett added 12 as Tekoa-Oakesdale (3-0) beat Potlatch 55-44 at Potlatch.

Gymnastics

Ashley Dotson won the balance beam, floor exercise and vault en route to an all-around victory as Mead beat University and North Central in a Greater Spokane League gymnastics meet at University. Dotson finished with a score of 34.725, nearly a full point ahead of U-Hi’s Cayla Mcgahey (33.775). Mcgahey won the uneven bars in leading the Titans to 153.5 team points. Mead was first with 158.25, NC third with 130.

Idaho boys

Ty Stoddard had a team-high 13 points and added four assists as Lake City beat Lakeland 53-43 in Coeur d’Alene in the Inland Empire League opener for both teams. Cory Kreighbaum added six points and six rebounds for the Timberwolves (2-2, 1-0). The Hawks (3-2, 0-1) were led by Phillip Viebrock’s 20 points. Bubba Bartlett added 13.

Idaho girls

Richelle Fenenbock had eight points, six assists and four steals as Lake City (3-4, 1-2) beat Lakeland (6-2, 1-2) 41-25 in IEL action in Coeur d’Alene.

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