Matt Zandbergen scored 16 and snared nine rebounds and Cameron Stephens added 11 points and nine boards to help the Northwest Christian Crusaders (17-0, 9-0) remain undefeated with 71-43 win over the visiting Colfax Bulldogs in Bi-County 2B League play on Saturday.
Chase Ramey helped NWC get off to a good start – scoring 11 of his 15 points in the first quarter when the Crusaders took a 22-9 lead and never looked back.
Ryan Conrad paced Colfax with 10 points.
Davenport 57, Valley Christian 36: Taylor Morgan scored a game-high 26 – 15 in the first half – and Jarod Gunning hit four 3-pointers and scored 17 to lead the Gorillas (12-4, 7-3) over the visiting Panthers (2-14, 0-9).
Gavin Trom led the way for VC with 14 points.
Reardan 60, Liberty 48: Chace Bell scored 16 to lead four players in double figures and the Indians (7-10, 4-6) used a 30-18 advantage on the boards to turn away the host Lancers (7-10, 3-6).
Grant Schultz had 14 points, Mike Matson added 13 and Rodney Abrahamson chipped in 10 for the winners.
Goss Nesbitt topped Liberty with 13 points.
Bi-County League 1B
Odessa 44, Wilbur-Creston 19: Travis King notched a double-double with 15 points and 11 rebounds and Aaron Bruya supplied the defense as the Tigers (5-9, 2-2) crushed the visiting Wildcats (6-7, 3-2).
St. George’s 58, Selkirk 54: Jordan Dickson totaled 19 points and nine rebounds and Sully Blake added 14 points to guide the Dragons (11-5, 10-0) to a win over the visiting Rangers (12-5, 6-4).
Sawyer Pettis topped Selkirk with 19 points.
Wellpinit 80, Northport 52: Cody Flett poured in 27 points, Kennedy Seyler scored 19 and the Redskins (15-1, 13-0) hit 23 of 30 second-half shots en route to an easy win over the host Mustangs (3-14, 3-11).
Marseilles DeAugero tallied 20 points and seven rebounds, while David Meldrum added 13 points and 12 boards for Northport.
Cusick 70, Columbia (Hunters) 58: Tyler Edwards scored 20 of his 27 points in the second half and snagged 15 rebounds to lead the host Panthers (13-4, 10-4) past the Lions (2-15, 2-12).
Marcos Morado scored 21 to lead Columbia.
Springdale 46, Republic 36: Sam Howard netted 12 of his 18 points in the first half and Ryan Presho scored nine of his 15 in the second half to lead the Chargers (11-6, 8-3) over the visiting Tigers (4-12, 3-8).
Jesse Beck led Republic with 17 points.
St. Michael’s 68, Inchelium 49: Michael Ochoa’s all-around effort – 17 points, seven rebounds and seven assists – guided the Warriors (3-13, 3-11) to a win over the visiting Hornets (5-11, 4-9).
Brandon Kohler tallied a game-high 22 points for Inchelium, while Tony Louie scored 21.
District 9 North
Garfield-Palouse 82, Pomeroy 40: Gavin Burt totaled 21 points and three steals and Jordan Palmer added eight points, six rebounds and three steals to propel the front-running Vikings (14-1, 8-0) to an easy win over the visiting Pirates (2-14, 2-6).
Justin Ruark scored 12 to top Pomeroy.
Asotin 71, Tekoa-Oakesdale 59: Ben Servatius ripped the nets for 25 points and Jesse Davis added 18 points to lead the Panthers (9-5, 3-4) past the visiting Nighthawks (12-4, 5-2).
Kelly Cook and Casey Cook accounted for 54 of T-O’s 59 points. Kelly Cook scored 31.
Great Northern League
Clarkston 81, Medical Lake 32: Chanse Brownell tallied 18 points and Dustin McConnell and Nic Carey each scored 12 to lead the Bantams (9-4, 8-0) past the visiting Cardinals (6-8, 3-5).
Jason Hayes topped ML with 13 points.
Inland Empire League
Lewiston 60, Post Falls 58: Devon Brown hit a pair of free throws with two-tenths of a second remaining to lift the Bengals (12-2, 4-1) to a victory over the host Trojans (12-2, 3-2).
Marcus Colbert scored a game-high 17 for PF.
Orofino 51, Kellogg 48 (OT): Nathan Struhs tossed in 19 points and Michael Welch scored 12 to lead the Maniacs (4-6, 2-2) to an overtime victory over the visiting Wildcats (7-8, 3-3).
Brad Osterberg-Miller paced Kellogg with 14 points and his layup with 2 seconds left in regulation sent the game into overtime.
Priest River 66, Timberlake 52: Eric Holbrook netted 15 points and Tyler Douglas and Jake Weimer scored 12 and 11, respectively, to lead the visiting Spartans (10-0, 4-0) over the Tigers (3-11, 1-5) at Spirit Lake.
Pat Lagrimanta topped Timberlake with 17 points.
North Star League
Kootenai 71, Lakeside (Plummer) 60: Kolten Wilms tallied 22 of his game-high 31 points in the second half to help the Warriors (3-9, 3-2) pull away for a victory over the host Knights (4-10, 2-3).
Merlin Weaselhead and Timothy Daman each scored 13 for the Knights.
Moscow 50, Bonners Ferry 26: Mac Stannard scored seven of his 13 points in the fourth quarter to lead the Bears (6-7) over the host Badgers (3-10).
Colton Watt scored 13 for BF.
Tri-Cities Prep 50, LaCrosse-Washtucna 36: Ryan Mercado scored 18 and Sergio Lopez scored eight of his 12 in a pivotal third quarter as the Jaguars cruised past the host Tigercats (2-11).
The Jaguars outscored L-W 19-4 in the third quarter to pull away from a 28-all halftime tie.
Lake City 57, Lakeland 44: Logan Frederickson hit five 3-pointers on his way to 16 points and Ben Frisbie hit 9 of 13 free throws and finished with 14 points to lead the Timberwolves (13-2) past the host Hawks (4-11) at Rathdrum.
Austin Black scored a game-high 21 for Lakeland.
Colton 47, Touchet 44: Nick Heitstuman tossed in 16 points to lead the Wildcats (4-9) past the host Indians.
Noxon (Mont.) 60, Clark Fork 52: Cody Linderman scored 17 and Noxon held the visiting Wampus Cats (3-11) to five points in the first quarter and held on for the victory.
Chase Chowning and Jared Broggi posted double-doubles for CF. Chowning finished with 13 points and 12 rebounds, while Broggi chipped in 11 rebounds.
Grangeville 64, Coeur d’Alene Charter 50: Bob Schrack scored 17 and Rory Ruskovich added 14 points but it wasn’t enough to keep the Panthers (7-8) from falling to the host Bulldogs.
Almira/Coulee-Hartline 68, Lind-Ritzville 56: Garrett Jess found his range in the second half, scoring all 21 of his points to help the Warriors (13-4) rally from a seven-point halftime deficit to beat the host Broncos (11-6). Jamie Stevenson paced L-R with 17 points.
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