Shaniqua Nilles scored 22 points and by halftime West Valley built a 30-14 lead shooting 14 of 23 from the floor, beating Riverside (1-9, 0-4) 54-33 Tuesday at West Valley.
The Eagles (11-0, 5-0) dominated the Rams to start the second half, building their lead to 24 and remain unbeaten in Great Northern League play.
Lakeland 60, Sandpoint 35: Emily Stecker scored nine of her 16 points in the third quarter, adding five steals and three assists to help guide the Hawks (6-11, 3-1) to a victory over the visiting Bulldogs (1-15, 0-3).
Freeman 80, Chewelah 25: Korina Baker scored 16 points with six steals, Alyssa Maine added 15 points and the Scotties (15-1, 3-1) shot 60 percent from the floor against the Cougars (1-15, 0-4) at the HUB Sports in Spokane Valley.
Newport 49, Kettle Falls 41: Miranda Frederick hit three 3-pointers during a 19-9 run by the Grizzlies (9-6, 2-1) in the third quarter and finished with 26 points in a win over the Bulldogs (7-6, 1-3) in Newport.
Timberlake 51, St. Maries 11: Cassie Thompson scored 17 points, Caitlyn Nichols added 11 and the Tigers (15-1, 5-0) held the Lumberjacks (4-8, 0-5) to no more than four points in any quarter in Spirit Lake.
Kellogg 39, Bonners Ferry 36: The Wildcats (11-5, 3-1) battled back from an 11-point third-quarter deficit and Chelsea Morgan hit the winning bucket with 18 seconds left to upend the Badgers (6-8, 0-4) in Kellogg.
Republic 68, Inchelium 35: Tori Orestad and Ashley Brown combined for 34 points and the Tigers (11-3, 8-2) scored 59 points against the Hornets (0-14, 0-10) in the first three quarters in Inchelium.
St. George’s 48, Cusick 44 (OT): After being held scoreless by the Panthers (4-10, 2-6) in the first half, Chessey Thomas scored 23 points the rest of the way, including eight of the Dragons’ (14-2, 9-1) 10 points in the overtime period to lead them to a win in Cusick.
Columbia 45, Curlew 24: Playing the only team within striking distance in the division, the Lions (13-2, 10-1) put more distance between themselves and the next contender behind 14 points from Mackenzie Parrow and 11 from Elizabeth Larrew in Curlew (7-6, 4-5).
Wellpinit 58, St. Michael’s 27: Lauren Flett scored 21 points, Niquie Ali added 11 and the Redskins (6-8, 4-5) romped over the Warriors (0-11, 0-8) at St. Michael’s.
District 9 North
St. John-Endicott 56, Garfield-Palouse 24: Kelsey Simon led three Eagles (12-0) in double figures with 15 points against the visiting Vikings (0-11). SJE made 25 of 62 shots from the floor.
Northwest Christian 47, Liberty 35: Jessica Dahm and Bryanna Bailey combined for 25 points, and Danne Dami scored six of her eight points in the second quarter as the Crusaders (8-7, 4-3) opened a 10-point halftime lead over the host Lancers (9-6, 3-5).
Reardan 56, Davenport 34: Kelsey Moos led all scorers with 16 points, Chantel Heath added 10 and the Indians (13-2, 7-1) rolled against the Gorillas (5-9, 1-7) in Reardan.
Colfax 50, Ritzville 34: Kayla Johnson notched a double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds and the Bulldogs (10-3, 7-1) limited the Broncos (7-7, 4-4) to two field goals in the first half in Colfax.
Almira/Coulee-Hartline 69, Wilbur-Creston 14: Sarah Gloyn tallied 13 points, Kelsey Streeter added 12 points and the Warriors (12-2, 4-0) jumped out to a 25-3 lead after one quarter against the visiting Wildcats (2-14, 0-4).
Valley Christian 43, Sprague-Harrington 25: Katie Worley dominated the middle for the visiting Panthers (7-7), scoring 24 points against the Falcons (4-10).
Lakeside 65, Priest River 36: Leslie Stillar had 17 points, six assists and six steals to lead four Eagles (14-1) in double figures and the Spartans (9-5) fell behind early with a 25-4 Lakeside run to start the game in Nine Mile Falls.
Post Falls JV 49, Clark Fork 23: The Trojans used an 18-5 run in the fourth quarter to put away the host Wampus Cats (11-5), who were without point guard Shaina Gustafson.
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