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Colfax rolls to Bi-County League 2B title

Kayla Johnson poured in a game-high 24 points, Morgan Willson tossed in 14 and Traci Hart scored 10 to help the Colfax Bulldogs (19-1, 12-0) finish an undefeated Bi-County League 2B regular season with a 59-45 victory over the Reardan Indians (10-10, 5-7) in Reardan on Saturday.

Sara Wilke paced Reardan with 16 points. The No. 5-seeded Indians travel to No. 4 Liberty for a first-round district game on Monday. No. 1 Colfax earns a bye into the second round.

Lind-Ritzville 48, Northwest Christian 36: Heather Whitmore and Kelsey Arlt each totaled 10 points to propel the Broncos (13-7, 8-4) past the host Crusaders (9-11, 3-9). L-R and Davenport finished tied for second in 2B play and will play each other to decide seeding into district. NWC is the No. 6 seed to district.

Liberty 53, Valley Christian 34: Kelly Hennessey tallied 17 points, 10 steals and six assists to spark the Lancers (13-7, 6-6) to a win over the visiting Panthers (2-17, 0-12). VC was led by Katie Worley’s 19-point effort.

Bi-County League 1B

Almira/Coulee-Hartline 59, Odessa 30: Madeline Isaak poured in 20 points and Sarah Gloyn scored 16 to spark the Warriors (18-1, 6-0) to a win over the visiting Tigers (3-13, 2-4). Corrine Kinney led Odessa with 11 points. Top-seeded ACH will host Panorama No. 4 St. Michael’s on Tuesday in the District 7 tournament.

Panorama League

Inchelium 55, Curlew 45: Jordan Signor poured in 14 of her 29 points in the second quarter to help the Hornets (9-10, 7-9) erase a first-quarter deficit en route to a win over the visiting Cougars (8-12, 5-11). Signor hit seven 3-pointers for Inchelium, which wrapped up third place in the league. Mallory Strandberg and Larissa Miller each scored 16 for Curlew. Inchelium will open district play against Sprague-Harrington on Tuesday in Harrington. Curlew travels to take on top-seeded Columbia on Tuesday.

Republic 58, Wellpinit 52: Tori Orestad totaled 19 points and seven rebounds to lead the Tigers (5-14, 4-9) past the visiting Redskins (5-14, 4-12). Lauren Flett scored 23 for Wellpinit.

St. George’s 41, Northport 19: The Dragons (13-6, 11-2) jumped out to a 19-4 first-quarter lead and never looked back in earning the top seed in the 2B portion of the league with a win over the visiting Mustangs (0-19, 0-16). St. George’s will host Republic in a district opener on Tuesday. Northport’s Shyanne Wilson was the game’s lone double-figure scorer with 12.

Springdale 37, Columbia (Hunters) 35: Kelsey Fitzgerald scored 13 and Shelbea Rainbolt hit a jumper with 10 seconds left in the game to lift the Chargers (17-2, 11-2) over the host Lions (16-3, 14-2). Casey Kieffer yanked down 12 rebounds for Columbia.

Selkirk 55, Cusick 43: Maria Villegas scored 21 of her 33 points in the first half to help the Rangers (11-9, 8-5) take a 33-15 lead at halftime and breeze past the host Panthers (14-4, 12-4). Lydia Treischel topped Cusick with 11 points.

Northeast A League

Newport 46, Kettle Falls 42: Amber Lewis tossed in 13 points and Pamela Bell added 12 to lead the Grizzlies (13-8, 4-5) over the Bulldogs (9-11, 3-6) in a tiebreaker to decide the third-place finisher at Riverside. Newport will play No. 2 seed Lakeside at Nine Mile Falls, while No. 4 Kettle Falls will host No. 5 Chewelah in a loser-out game. Both games are Tuesday.

Intermountain League

Bonners Ferry 56, St. Maries 40: Caitlin Clausen tallied 11 points and 11 rebounds to propel the Badgers (13-5, 8-2) past the visiting Lumberjacks (9-11, 6-4). The win gives BF a share of the league title with Timberlake. A coin flip will decide the seeding for the District I-II tournament. The tourney kicks off Tuesday at Lakeland with a pair of loser-out games: No. 3 St. Maries versus No. 6 Orofino and No. 4 Priest River versus No. 5 Kellogg.

Priest River 59, Orofino 27: Melissa Hopkins had 10 of her game-high 22 points and eight of her 11 rebounds in the second quarter to spark the Spartans (7-10, 5-5) to an easy win over the visiting Maniacs (0-16, 0-10). Kalli Pattan paced Orofino with 14 points.

1A Division I-II Districts

Summit 37, Clark Fork 24: Jamie Schmellik and Savannah Prigge each scored 10 to lead the Patriots past the Wampus Cats (4-9) in the championship game of the district tournament at Lakeland High in Rathdrum. Chelsea Macumber’s 10 points topped CF.

Clark Fork 55, Culdesac 26: Mandy Martin tallied 13 points, Jessica Cartmell scored 11 and they each had 11 rebounds to lift the Wampus Cats (5-9) over the Wolves. Clark Fork will play at Grangeville in a play-in game on Saturday at 5 p.m. for a berth in the state tourney.

Culdesac 45, Mullan 32: Sarah Dau hit 12 of 16 free throws and finished with 30 points to lead the Wolves past the Tigers (4-16) in a loser-out game in Lakeland. Britany Walsh had 11 points and 16 rebounds for Mullan.

Non-league

Sprague-Harrington 37, Davenport 16: Katlyn Lohman scored 13 of her 17 points in the second half to guide the Falcons (7-10, 5-2) over the visiting Gorillas (12-7, 8-5). Davenport rested most of its starters with an eye on a tiebreaker game against Lind-Ritzville on Monday.

Tekoa-Oakesdale 44, DeSales 28: Kristena Hansen tossed in 14 points and Shelby Puckett scored 12 to propel the visiting Nighthawks (10-8) past the Irish at Walla Walla.

Rosalia 58, Tri-Cities Prep 25: Katelyn Maley scored 20 and Briann Maley added 16 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Spartans (8-12) past the visiting Jaguars. Rosalia will host the first round of the District 9 district tourney and will play Touchet on Wednesday.

Asotin 70, Liberty Christian 60: The Panthers (7-10) held off the host Patriots in Richland.

Pomeroy 47, Dayton 40: The Pirates (14-5) knocked off the Bulldogs in Dayton.

Waitsburg-Prescott 36, Garfield-Palouse 27: The Cardinals turned back the visiting Vikings (11-6).

St. John-Endicott 54, Touchet 31: The Eagles (14-3) hit the road and pasted the Indians.

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