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Son scores 57 to top dad’s mark

Cody Flett broke his dad Kip’s school record with 57 points, including 11 in overtime, as Wellpinit defeated visiting Cusick 106-95 in a Panorama League shootout Friday night.

Flett, a 6-foot-2 junior guard, hit all four of his shots in overtime, including three 3-pointers. He also pulled down 15 rebounds. Kennedy Seyler added 16 points for the Redskins (6-1, 4-0).

Cusick’s Riley Bauer tied the game at 87, hitting a 12-foot shot with 1:16 to go. Wellpinit went for a last shot but missed with 1 second remaining.

Spencer Shanholtzer had 28 points, Bauer 25 and Tyler Edwards 20 for Cusick (8-1, 5-1).

Selkirk 55, Republic 32: At Ione, the host Rangers (8-1, 2-0) used a stifling defense and balanced offense to beat the Tigers (1-7, 0-4), who were held to 14 points in the second half. Colton Enyeart had nine points, seven assists and five steals in the win.

Columbia 71, Northport 51: Jay Curd scored 24 points and Eli Bear added 15 as the visiting Lions (1-6, 1-4) took control early against the Mustangs (1-6, 1-3), who got 18 points and 18 rebounds from David Meldrum.

Curlew 65, St. Michael’s 57: Jordan Wakefield scored 27 points and Ethan Mannick added 17 as the visiting Cougars (7-4, 4-3) pulled away in the fourth quarter to beat the Warriors (1-4, 1-2). Michael Ochoa and John Drass scored 14 apiece for St. Michael’s.

Bi-County 2B

Northwest Christian 71, Colfax 49: At Colfax, Chase Ramsey hit five 3s and scored 29 points to lead the Crusaders (7-0, 2-0) past the Bulldogs (4-3, 2-1). Ryan Conrad led Colfax with 20 points. Paul Huffman had 13 points and Daniel Kuiper 10 for NWC.

Reardan 52, Liberty 47: Despite missing seven free throws in the fourth quarter, the Indians (2-6, 1-2) held off the visiting Lancers (3-4, 0-1). Jake Hight had 10 points and 13 rebounds for Reardan and sophomore Chance Bell scored 19 with three 3s. Ross Nesbitt, a Reardan transfer, had 11 for Liberty and Trever Anderson 12.

Davenport 59, Valley Christian 39: Taylor Morgan scored 18 of his 21 points in the first half as the visiting Gorillas (5-1, 2-1) defeated the Panthers (1-5, 0-2). Davenport shot 45 percent, VC 27 percent.

Great Northern League

West Valley 43, Cheney 31: At West Valley, Jordan Lupfer-Graham scored 14 points and Nick Brown had nine rebounds to lead the Eagles (5-1, 1-0) past the Blackhawks (2-5, 0-1). The Eagles had a total of 12 points in the first and third quarter but outscored the visitors by five. Diondre Moore topped Cheney with 13.

Medical Lake 54, Deer Park 41: The visiting Cardinals (4-4, 1-1) outscored the Stags (1-6, 0-1) 30-14 in the middle two quarters to take command. Brendan Green had five of his 12 points in the third quarter. Tevin Hines led DP with 10 points and 16 rebounds.

Pullman 60, Riverside 41: The visiting Greyhounds (5-3, 2-0) dominated the boards to start their transition offense to race past the Rams (2-4, 0-1). Nate Swanger and A.J. Therrian combined for 29 points. Joey Nyberg hit 7 of 9 3-pointers for Riverside for 21 points.

Northeast A

Freeman 59, Newport 31: The Scotties (9-1, 1-0) opened the game with stellar defense, holding the visiting Grizzlies (0-1, 7-6) to one point, then poured in 26 points in the third quarter of the league opener. Taylor Vold hit 3 of 5 3-pointers for 20 points. Newport shot just 29 percent.

District 9 North

St. John-Endicott 60, LaCrosse-Washtucna 41: The Eagles used a 30-12 rebounding advantage and got 17 points from Wyatt Sitton and 16 from Warren Miller to defeat the visiting Tigercats.

Tekoa-Oakesdale 70, Rosalia 49: Kelly Cook hit 7 of 8 3-pointers to score 29 points and Casey Cook added 21 as the Nighthawks beat the visiting Tigers.

Garfield-Palouse 89, Colton 44: The visiting Vikings hit 33 of 62 from the floor and put three players in double figures, led by Tyson Palmer with 17, to beat the Wildcats, who had 15 turnovers. Jordan Palmer, in his first game back after a broken collarbone, had 11 points, five assists and four steals.

Bi-County 1B

Almira/Coulee-Hartline 63, Sprague-Harrington 29: Sophomore Cody Jess scored 16 points and the visiting Warriors (7-3, 2-0) used a halfcourt trap to force numerous turnovers by the Falcons (1-5, 0-2).

Inland Empire League

Moscow 57, Sandpoint 31: The Bears (3-3, 1-0) coasted past the visiting Bulldogs (0-4, 0-1).


Lind-Ritzville 67, Wilbur-Creston 26: Jamie Stevenson scored 13 points and Jake Eichner 12 as the visiting Broncos (4-2) dominated the Wildcats (3-3), forcing 28 turnovers. Austin Snavely had 16 points and 11 rebounds in the loss.

Chewelah 71, St. George’s 63: Jon Polm scored 20 points and Forest Trampush added 16 points, 12 rebounds and four blocks as the host Cougars (9-2) pulled away from the Dragons (2-4), who were led by Jordan Dickson with 25.

Priest River 68, Clark Fork 20: Tyler Douglas hit four 3s on his way to 16 points and Jake Wiemer had seven rebounds and six blocks as the Trojans (6-0) easily dispatched the visiting Wampus Cats (1-6). Erick Holbrook had 10 points and six assists for PR.

Lewiston 47, Clarkston 43: Ryan Strong scored 16 points and Ryan Young added 13 as the Bengals (8-1) beat the Bantams (1-5) in Clarkston.

St. Maries 53, Grangeville 50: The Lumberjacks (4-0) made 15 of 27 free throws in the road win.

Coeur d’Alene Charter 69, Lakeside 50: Bob Schrack, Rory Ruskovich and Charlie Redline each scored 20 points and the Panthers’ (4-3) pressure got to the host Knights (2-5) in the second half at Plummer.

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