Coeur d’Alene handled Ursuline Academy 56-26 on Monday to win the consolation bracket in the Diamond State Classic girls basketball tournament in Wilmington, Del.
Sydney Williams recorded a double-double for the Vikings, scoring 18 points and collecting 12 rebounds. Brittany Tackett added 15 points and had three steals and three blocked shots.
Coeur d’Alene resumes play next Tuesday against Lake City.
Holy Names 57, Lake City 54: Madi Farrell scored 11 points and Olivia Maryon capped a strong weekend with a 3-for-3 shooting performance, including two 3-pointers, but Lake City was unable to convert on its last shot as time expired against Holy Names of Seattle at the Juanita Tournament in Kirkland, Wash.
Coming out of a timeout on their last possession, the Timberwolves executed a designed 3-point play to Whiney Meier, who fired an unsuccessful shot from the top of the key with six seconds left.
Sierra Dvorak added 10 points for Lake City.
East Valley 69, Rogers 39: Alex Rankin scored 26 points for the Knights, including shooting a perfect 11-of-11 from the free-throw line. Ranking also pulled down 12 rebounds. Taylor Morscheck added 12 points and nine rebounds, and Hannah Burland had nine points and 11 rebounds in the win for East Valley.
Colton 68, Shadle Park 61: Zoe Moser scored 22 points and Jenna Moser and Jackie Warner each added 14 as Colton improved to 5-0 by defeating visiting Shadle Park.
Rashae Williams led the Highlanders with 17 points.
East Valley 61, Rogers 57: J.T. Phelan recorded a double-double for East Valley, scoring 12 points and grabbing 14 rebounds, in the Knights’ (4-3) non-league win over the Pirates (0-7). Teammate Gabe Bancroft led all scorers with 15 points.
Colton 49, Kamiah 32: Jordan Druffel and Austin Meyer combined for 29 points as the Wildcats defeated the Kubs. Kamiah’s Chris Pethtel led all scorers with 15 points.
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