Kylee Watkins scored in transition with 40 seconds left and Davenport’s defense held strong as the Gorillas defeated Wilbur-Creston 42-40 in a Northeast 2B North League game Saturday in Davenport.
Madison Abbott led Davenport (2-2, 1-1) with 12 points and 15 rebounds and Watkins added nine points.
Emily Starzman led Wilbur-Creston (2-3, 0-2) with 17 points and six steals.
Kettle Falls 54, Springdale 49: Daisy Hamilton scored 22 points and Erin Johnson added 13 as the Bulldogs (4-2, 1-1) took control early and held on late to beat the Chargers (5-1, 1-1) in Springdale. Kettle Falls led by 10 at halftime and did enough to hold off Springdale’s second-half charge. Eilish Smith tallied a game-high 23 points for the Chargers.
Northwest Christian 68, Reardan 42: Courtney Gray had 14 points and 10 rebounds, Quinn Dhaenens added 10 points and seven rebounds and Treasure Farmer dished out seven assists as the Crusaders (5-0, 2-0) used a hot start to get past the visiting Indians (2-1, 1-1). NWC opened the game on a 20-6 run and never looked back. Kira Frolov had a team-high 13 points for Reardan.
Northeast 2B South
Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 59, Liberty 40: Mallory Kessler had 16 points, 13 rebounds and five steals and the Broncos (4-0, 1-0) used a 17-6 second-quarter run to erase an early deficit and beat the Lancers (1-3, 0-2) in Ritzville. Tessa Jantz and Tommi Swannack added 11 points apiece for LRS. Liberty’s Christine Denny scored a game-high 19 points.
St. George’s 41, Tekoa-Rosalia 28: Ceci Bergquist made three 3s and scored 18 points to lift the Dragons (4-2, 1-1) past the visiting Timberwolves. Hailey Higashi added eight points and nine rebounds for St. George’s.
Northeast 1B North
Curlew 44, Cusick 38: Lindsay Gibson scored a game-high 24 points and closed the game out from the free-throw line in the Cougars’ (3-2, 2-0) win over the host Panthers (0-4, 0-2). Breanna Balcom grabbed nine rebounds for Cusick.
Selkirk 31, Inchelium 20: Hannah Rick had 11 points and nine rebounds and freshman Gabi Rick added nine points and 11 boards as the Rangers (1-3, 1-1) clipped the visiting Hornets (2-1, 1-1). Selkirk controlled the game with 40 rebounds and 30 steals.
Republic 63, Northport 8: Kiana Koepke led three players in double figures with 14 points and the Tigers (5-0, 2-0) rolled past the host Mustangs (0-4, 0-2).
Northeast 1B South
Wellpinit 64, Odessa-Harrington 47: Kyra Antone and Andreya Colvin combined for 29 points and the Redskins (4-1, 2-0) built a 14-point first-half lead and eased past the Titans (0-4, 0-1) in Odessa. Lanessa Simon had 13 points and Shelbey Watkins added 12 for Odessa-Harrington.
Almira/Coulee-Hartline 57, Valley Christian 29: Reinnee Rockett made 4 of 10 3-pointers and scored 24 points and Katie Emerson added 15 as the Warriors (4-1, 2-0) routed the host Panthers (1-4, 0-2). ACH committed just eight turnovers. Kailee Hayek posted a team-high 10 points for Valley Christian.
Oakesdale 51, Garfield-Palouse 48: Eighth-grader Logan Reed hit a 3-pointer with a minute left to give the Nighthawks (2-1, 1-0) the cushion they needed in a win over the visiting Vikings (0-4, 0-1). Jacey Johnson had 20 points and six assists and Reed added 13 points for Oakesdale. Katie Arrasmith had a game-high 25 points for Garfield-Palouse.
Touchet 56, St. John-Endicott 34: Cierra Jo McKeown scored 22 points and the Indians topped the visiting Eagles (1-3, 0-1). Abby Glorfield had 12 points and Gracie Dickerson grabbed eight rebounds for SJE, but the Eagles made just 1 of 14 shots in the third quarter and couldn’t recover.
Colton 83, LaCrosse-Washtucna/Kahlotus 4: Meghan Dvorak led five players in double figures with 17 points and the Wildcats (4-0) beat the Tigercats (0-1) in LaCrosse. Jazzmmyn Gordon scored the Tigercats’ four points in the second quarter.
Richland 68, Ferris 53: Kamri von Oelhoffen scored 32 points and the Bombers took advantage of the cold-shooting Saxons (1-3) and won in Richland. Ferris’ Siniva Areta and Megan Muelheim combined for 24 points, but the Saxons made just 4 of 34 first-half shots.
Post Falls 81, Mountlake Terrace 26: Shayna Allert scored 18 points and Melody Kempton added eight points and 13 rebounds as the Trojans (6-1) overwhelmed the Hawks in Mountlake Terrrace, Washington. Madie King had 12 points and Sam Runkle added nine points and six assists for Post Falls.
Timberlake 52, Moscow 43: The Tigers (8-1) recovered from an atrocious start offensively and beat the host Bears (0-3). Timberlake made just 1 of 24 first-half shots from the floor and trailed by nine at the half, but made up ground from the free-throw line in the second half. The Tigers made 27 of 32 from the line in all. Allison Kirby led three Timberlake players in double figures with 21 points.
Lakeland 46, Colville 37: Kaidan Kelsey scored 14 of her game-high 16 points in the second half and grabbed eight rebounds to lead the Hawks (3-7) past the Indians (1-2) in Rathdrum. Colville made just 14 of 27 free throws.
Lakeside (WA) 45, Colfax 31: Sienna Swannack scored 16 points and Jocelyn Cook-Cox added 10 points and eight rebounds and the Eagles (4-1) topped the Bulldogs (2-2) in Nine Mile Falls. Scout Cai had a team-high 11 points for Colfax and Amara Huber pulled down eight rebounds.
Bonners Ferry 51, Newport 34: Savannah Woods scored 16 points and the Badgers (4-1) used a 13-2 first-quarter run to get past the host Grizzlies (0-5). Abby Davis added 11 points for Bonners Ferry, including nine in the fourth quarter. Newport’s Hadley Stratton had 15 points and 10 rebounds.
Priest River 51, Deer Park 31: Katlyn Summers scored 16 points and the Spartans (5-0) pulled away in the second quarter and beat the host Stags (0-5). Savana Sitton led Deer Park with 11 points.
NPIRE Australia 56, Clarkston 48: Tamara Ludekens scored 15 points to guide the Australians past the host Bantams (1-3).
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