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Kohler’s late layup lifts Reardan past St. George’s

Brandon Kohler made a layup with 0.4 seconds left and Reardan won 59-57 at St. George’s on Tuesday on the final night of the regular season in the Bi-County 2B League.

The win, coupled with Davenport’s loss to Colfax, gave the Indians (12-8, 11-5) sole possession of third place.

The Dragons’ Eric Muelheims made two free throws with 9 seconds left, tying the game at 57, before Kohler went coast-to-coast for the winning score.

Kohler led four Reardan players in double figures with 18 points.

Muelheims and Mark Kenney scored 18 apiece for St. George’s (10-10, 8-8).

The District 7 2B Tournament starts Thursday.

Colfax 65, Davenport 58: Brandon Gfeller hit five 3s and finished with 28 points, eight assists and five rebounds as the Bulldogs (15-5, 13-3) edged the visiting Gorillas (14-6, 10-6). Brady Ellis added 14 points for Colfax, which led by 14 points at halftime. Cole Evers led Davenport with 17 points and 11 rebounds.

Northwest Christian 83, Springdale 33: Kwinn Hanson led three players in double figures with 22 points as the Crusaders (20-0, 16-0) wrapped up the regular season with a dominating win over the host Chargers (4-16, 2-14). Josh Anderson made four 3-pointers and finished with a team-high 15 points for Springdale.

Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 64, Liberty 33: Chris Steinmetz and Dylan Hartz combined for 21 points as the visiting Broncos (11-9, 8-8) routed the short-handed Lancers (7-13, 4-12). Matt Marcure scored 15 points and Match Burnham added 14 for Liberty, which had five players out with the flu.


Clarkston 62, Deer Park 42: Drew Adams scored 20 of his game-high 27 points in the first half and led the Bantams (11-8, 5-6) past the host Stags (8-11, 4-7). DePaul Blunt added 10 points for Clarkston. Uconn Peone scored 22 points and Blake Starbuck added 12 for Deer Park.

Cheney 66, East Valley 47: Tanner Gamby, C.J. Skillingstad and John Gingrich all scored 14 points as the Blackhawks (10-9, 5-6) beat the visiting Knights (7-12, 1-10). After a back-and-forth first quarter, Cheney outscored East Valley 18-9 in the second quarter. James Brown and J.T. Phelan combined to score 26 points for the Knights.

West Valley 51, Medical Lake 38: Darian Vandermark scored 16 points and Jordan Gassman added 13 as the Eagles (18-1, 10-0) locked down in the second half and beat the visiting Cardinals (7-13, 4-8). West Valley held Medical Lake to just 17 second-half points. The Cardinals got a team-high 11 points from Ismael Teshome.

District 7 1B

Wellpinit 84, St. Michael’s 48: A.J. Kieffer had 26 points, 15 rebounds and seven blocks and Greg Wynecoop added 18 points, 15 rebounds and five steals as the Redskins (18-5) overwhelmed the visiting Warriors (9-12). Wellpinit put the game away with a 25-5 third-quarter run. The Redskins advance to play Almira/Coulee-Hartline and St. Michael’s will play Cusick in a loser-out game Saturday at Deer Park.

Almira/Coulee-Hartline 64, Cusick 56: Derek Isaac scored 20 points and Colin Deyarmin added 15 as the Warriors (16-5) beat the visiting Panthers (10-12). Thunder Wellhausen added 11 points for Almira/Coulee-Hartline. Cusick was led by Derrick Bluff’s 15 points.

Valley Christian 70, Selkirk 30: Craver Small made 8 of 11 shots and finished with 20 points and seven rebounds as the Panthers (18-2) whipped the visiting Rangers (10-13). Nick Cox added 13 points for Valley Christian, which won the rebounding battle 32-13.


Lake Roosevelt 74, Oroville 53: Ty Egbert had 18 points, 15 rebounds and six blocks as the Raiders topped the host Hornets. Jesse Adkins, Keith Rosenbaum and Kramer Carlson all added 11 points for Lake Roosevelt.

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