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Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883

Nicholson, Barnes lead Cardinals

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Cody Nicholson and Heinrich Barnes each scored major decisions Thursday and North Idaho received four forfeit wins in a 38-9 wrestling victory over visiting Clackamas (Ore.) CC.

Nicholson won his 133-pound match 15-4 over Mike Beeson. Barnes was victorious at 141 with a 19-5 win over Zach Fierro.

Jeff Hedges, with a 15-8 decision over Vance Beeson at 125, also won for the Cardinals. Clackamas forfeited at 165 pounds, 184, 197 and 285 pounds.

Women’s basketball

Felice Moore scored 17 points and grabbed 13 rebounds – six on the offensive end – but she was Eastern’s lone bright spot as Santa Clara held Eastern to 19.7 percent shooting en route to an 85-54 non-conference win in Cheney.

Eastern was 14 of 71 from the floor – 1 of 14 from 3-point range – as the Broncos (3-5) forced the Eagles (4-5) into 22 turnovers.

Santa Clara was led by Michelle Cozad’s 23 points and 10 rebounds as four Broncos scored in double figures. Moore was the only Eagle to reach double digits.

“Ali Mittlestadt had 19 points on 7-of-12 shooting, including 4 of 6 from 3-point range, as Community Colleges of Spokane routed Mt. Hood CC 60-39 at the Whatcom Crossover Tournament in Bellingham.

The Sasquatch (7-4) also got 11 points and a team-high eight rebounds from Sara Scates. CCS held the Saints to 26.9 percent shooting on the night.

Men’s basketball

Erik Bell hit on 15 of his 30 field-goal attempts and finished with 39 points to lead CC Spokane to an 82-70 victory over Tacoma in non-conference action at Tacoma.

Jeremy Mangum added 17 points on 7-of-10 shooting for CCS, and Humberto Perez scored 12 points.

Amos Saffold led the Titans with 24 points.

Arena football

Arenafootball2 veteran Tavirus Davis is the latest addition to the Spokane Shock.

Davis, a wide receiver and linebacker, played for Florida and Columbus in 2004.

The 6-foot-2, 215-pound Davis, who played at the University of Central Florida with Daunte Culpepper, caught 11 passes and recorded 18 tackles for Columbus.