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Big first half helps Pullman prevail

Jordan Levenseller scored 18 points on 8-of-11 shooting, Katie Guettinger added 17 points and Pullman (6-3, 2-0) used a 45-point first half to build a 28-point lead by halftime against Cheney (5-5, 1-3) for a 69-45 win in Great Northern League play Friday in Pullman.

The Blackhawks shot 18 of 49 from the floor in the game.

West Valley 44, Medical Lake 30: Hannah Love reached the 20-point plateau for the third consecutive game, scoring 25 points with eight boards as the Eagles (9-0, 3-0) closed each half strong to beat the Cardinals (2-7, 1-2) at West Valley. The Eagles held a 15-4 edge in the second quarter before closing the game with an 11-5 fourth period.

Colville 50, Riverside 39: The Rams (1-8, 0-3) used 3-pointers by Amanda Suhr and Chelsea Wood to close within one in the third quarter, but the Indians (7-2, 2-1) – led by Ashley Knight’s 15 points – held onto the lead for the win in Colville.

Clarkston 63, Deer Park 49: Kellie McCann-Smith led all scorers with 28 points and added 11 rebounds and seven steals for the Bantams (5-3, 3-0) in their win against the Stags (3-6, 0-3) in Clarkston. Forcing 18 first-half turnovers, the Bantams built a 35-17 lead, outscoring DP by nine in each of the first two quarters.

Northeast A

Lakeside 48, Newport 39: Tayler Flemming scored 12 points and the Eagles (13-1, 4-0) used a 9-0 run in the third quarter to open up a lead against the Grizzlies (8-6, 1-2), shooting 19 of 24 from the free-throw line in the second half in Newport.

Kettle Falls 45, Chewelah 33: Alexys Hall tallied 12 points, Samantha Charlton added 10 for the Bulldogs (6-6, 1-2) and the Cougars (1-14, 0-3) turned the ball over 23 times in Chewelah. After an even first quarter, the Bulldogs pulled ahead for good with a 15-9 edge in the second.

District 9 North

St. John-Endicott 59, Tekoa-Oakesdale 33: Kelsey Simon hit 8 of 16 from the field and scored 12 of her 17 points in the second half as the visiting Eagles (11-0) outshot the Nighthawks (4-6) 65 to 36 percent in the game.

Colton 65, Asotin 47: The Wildcats (11-0) kept pace with St. John-Endicott for top billing in the District 9 1B, beating the Panthers (8-5) behind 30 points from Kelsey Moser and 17 points from Mollie Cramer in Asotin. Shelby Barnes had 17 for the Panthers.

LaCrosse-Washtucna 36, Garfield-Palouse 11: Della Fleming scored all six of her points on a pair of 3-pointers in the decisive third quarter in which the Tigercats (5-8) outscored the visiting Vikings (0-9) 13-2.

Pomeroy 40, Rosalia 37: The Pirates (3-7) beat the Spartans (8-7) in Pomeroy. No other details were available.

Panorama

Selkirk 77, Inchelium 47: Daneen Green hit five of the Rangers’ (7-8, 6-4) eight 3-pointers and led with 23 points to help out-gun the Hornets (0-12, 0-8), who also hit eight 3s, in Ione. The third quarter was the difference for the Rangers, outscoring the Hornets 22-5.

Curlew 47, Northport 22: Larissa Miller’s 11 points led the Cougars (6-5, 3-4), who held the Mustangs’ (2-10, 1-8) Shaynne Wilson to just eight points in Curlew. Northport’s leading scorer could not get things going, as the Cougars held the Mustangs to two points in the first quarter and six in the half.

Cusick 53, St. Michael’s 27: Jamie Adams had 15 points in three quarters and the Panthers (4-8, 3-5) turned up the heat in the opening half, collecting 14 steals, and outscored the Warriors (0-10, 0-8) 21-4 in the second quarter in Cusick. Marianne Raynor scored 21 of the Warriors’ 27 points in the loss.

Columbia 40, Republic 36: After being tied at halftime, the Lions (11-2, 8-1) outscored the Tigers (9-3, 6-2) 19-12 in the third quarter to take the lead for good and take a commanding lead in the league with the win in Hunters. Krista Colvin finished with 11 points, six assists and five boards and Mackenzie Parrow added 12 points for the Lions.

Springdale 57, Wellpinit 49: Kelsey Fitzgerald added 10 rebounds to her 15 points for a double-double and Shelbea Rainbolt scored 10 points to lead the Chargers (14-1, 8-1) over the Redskins (4-8, 3-5) in Springdale. Leading the Redskins in the loss was the trio of Dani, Lauren and LuRissa Flett, who scored 40 of their 49 total points.

Non-league

Freeman 54, Lakeland 38: Megan McIntyre led with 18 points and Korina Baker scored seven of her 10 points in the third quarter as the Scotties (13-1) built their lead to 18 over the Hawks (5-10) by the end of that frame in Rathdrum.

Northwest Christian 52, Odessa 21: Bryanna Bailey paced all scorers with 16 points, leading the Crusaders (6-7) to a 29-8 lead at the end of the first half against the Tigers (2-9) in Odessa. Amelia Fairburn added eight points and 13 rebounds for the Crusaders.

Liberty 61, Sprague-Harrington 38: Teara Cornmesser had 15 points including a half-court shot at the end of the first quarter, Katra Browning also finished with 15 points and the Lancers (8-5) rolled against the Falcons (3-9) in Liberty. Leading S-H was Lacey Hirst with 17 points.

Reardan 57, Almira/Coulee-Hartline 51: Lauren Schulz completed a double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds and the Indians (12-1) held off the Warriors (11-2) in Reardan. The game was a battle of the top teams from their respective Bi-County divisions, with the Indians grinding out the win by hitting free throws in the fourth quarter. ACH was led by Madeline Isaak’s 21 points.

Colfax 55, Wilbur-Creston 20: Playing just three regular varsity players, the Bulldogs (8-3) jumped out early with a 20-point first quarter and led 38-9 at halftime behind 11 points from Taylor Lange in Colfax.

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