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Lakeside tops Medical Lake to open league play

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Tiffany Corigliano scored 20 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to power Lakeside to a 63-43 win over visiting Medical Lake in a Great Northern League opener Friday at Nine Mile Falls.

Courtnee Galvan and Kia Gibson each contributed 14 points for the Eagles (8-1, 1-0).

Miranda Spilker pumped in 15 points to lead the Cardinals (4-3, 0-1).

Riverside 57, Colville 43: The Rams built a 24-8 lead after one quarter and weathered an 18-10 run by Colville in the second to earn the victory. Angella Hartill’s 21 points paced Riverside (8-0, 1-0), which got 13 points from Brittney Paul. Colville (1-7, 0-1) was led by Beth Johnson’s 17 points. Raylynn Martin and Whitney Kaiser each added 11 points.

Bi-County League

Hennessey sparks Lancers

Liberty pounded the boards to earn a 53-39 victory at Davenport. The Lancers outrebounded the Gorillas 36-20. Shawn Hennessey scored 15 points to lead Liberty (6-2, 6-1). Shannon Davis added 12 points. Kaylee Semprimoznik had 17 points to lead Davenport (4-5, 3-4). … Northwest Christian 48, Reardan 30: Sara Fairburn scored 13 of her team-high 19 points in the third quarter to power the Crusaders to the victory over the host Indians. Krystal Pitkonen connected on three of her four 3-pointers in the first quarter and finished with 12 points for the Crusaders (3-5, 2-4). The Indians (2-7, 1-6) got eight points from Mandy Peone. … Odessa 54, Valley Christian 44: The visiting Tigers took control in the second quarter, outscoring the Panthers 16-7. Odessa (22-5, 2-5) forced 30 turnovers and was led by the 18 points of Andrea Kuch. The Panthers (2-7, 1-6) were led by Emily Oliver and Meagan Briggs, who each scored 10 points.

Northeast A League

Colfax rallies to win opener

Defending State 1A champion Colfax opened the league season with a bang, outscoring the Grizzlies 24-7 in the fourth quarter to earn a 63-54 victory at Newport. The Grizzlies went on a 17-6 run in the third quarter to take the lead before the Bulldogs caught fire. Jordan Harazin’s 16 points paced Colfax (6-5, 1-0). Lauren Mellor and Angie Dennison added 12 and 11 points, respectively. Maria Barranco scored 25 and Megan Stanley 17 to lead Newport (5-4, 0-1). … Freeman 69, Kettle Falls 37: The Scotties frolicked in the first half, building a 44-20 lead by intermission. Jessie DePell scored 16 points and led four players in double figure scoring for Freeman (8-2, 1-0). The Bulldogs (8-5, 0-1) got nine points from Tasia Tracy.

Panorama League

Cusick holds on to down Wellpinit

Cusick wouldn’t allow Wellpinit to get off a final shot to earn a 61-59 victory at Wellpinit. Misty Ostlie had 18 points and nine rebounds to lead the Panthers. Cara Shepherd added 12 rebounds and 10 points for Cusick (10-1, 5-0). The Redskins (6-5, 3-3) got 17 points from Lainie Arnoux and 15 from Samantha Flett, who added 10 rebounds and seven assists. … Curlew 63, Springdale 32: Nicole Miller had 18 points and led four players in double figures to power the Cougars to the win over the host Chargers. Amanda Grumbach scored 15 points, and Kady Kirkendall and Brittany Strandberg each contributed 10 for Curlew (11-0, 6-0). Shelby Krieg had 12 points and 10 offensive rebounds for Springdale (3-8, 1-4). … Inchelium 77, St. George’s 37: The Hornets went on a 24-9 tear in the first quarter and were never headed by the host Dragons. Leah Dick scored 20 points and Chelsi Pakootas added 19 to lead Inchelium (8-33, 4-1). The Dragons (4-5, 3-2) were led by Kristen Fix and Jessee Rouse, who scored 11 and 10 points, respectively. … St. Michael’s 33, Northport 31: Patty Urann’s free throw with 1:20 left and Nicole South’s following field goal lifted the Warriors past the visiting Mustangs. Stephanie Mazurik added 12 points to lead St. Michael’s (2-6, 1-4). Kaprina Goodwin’s 16 points led Northport (1-8, 0-5). … Selkirk 84, Columbia-Hunters 31: The visiting Rangers built a 33-13 lead at intermission and were never headed. Five players scored in double figures for Selkirk (3-7, 3-2), led by Chelsi Shaw’s 19 points. The Lions (1-8, 1-5) were led by Samantha Montgomery’s 10 points.

Whitman County League

Colton wins at home

Colton scored a 60-51 victory over visiting Rosalia. Sammie Druffel and Casey Riedner each scored 14 points to lead the Wildcats (4-6, 2-2). … LaCrosse-Washtucna 50, Tekoa-Oakesdale 35: The Tigercats led by a field goal at halftime, but took control in the second half, going on a 15-6 run in the third quarter at home. Jennifer Ayers-Stamper had 19 points and nine rebounds to lead L-W (5-3, 1-2). The loss dropped the Nighthawks (6-3, 3-1) out of first place.


Three area games were postponed because of weather: Chewelah at Pullman; Almira/Coulee-Hartline at Sprague-Harrington; and Lind-Ritzville at Wilbur-Creston. No makeup dates were announced.

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