Shane Whitaker scored 19 points and Odessa-Harrington topped Wilbur-Creston 52-43 in a Northeast 1B South game Saturday night at Odessa-Harrington.
The win was the sixth straight for the Titans (13-6, 6-1) and it kept Odessa-Harrington alone in first place in the league standings.
Carsen Weber added 12 points, Sam Schafer had nine and Jacob DeWulf chipped in nine points and 12 rebounds for the Titans, who made 11 of 12 free throws in the final quarter.
Wilbur-Creston (13-6, 4-3), which lost by three points against Odessa-Harrington on Jan. 18, got 17 points from Nick Densley.
Valley Christian 61, Almira/Coulee-Hartline 41: Nick Cox scored 19 points and Brad Gage added 12 as the Panthers (12-7, 5-3) defeated the visiting Warriors (4-14, 2-5). ACH’s Dallas Isaak led all scorers with 24 points.
Clarkston 71, Colville 58: Kage Sobotta scored 27 points to guide the Bantams (14-2, 6-2) past the host Indians (8-7, 3-5). Colville’s Matt Hubbard scored 23 points and Lukyn Holling added 12.
Bonners Ferry 47, Timberlake 44: Josh Pluid and Kyler Rice scored 13 points apiece and the Badgers (6-8, 3-1) weathered the Tigers’ (4-10, 2-1) late rally and won in Bonners Ferry. Timberlake’s Austin Allen scored 16 points, including four 3-pointers in the fourth that kept the score close.
Kootenai 53, Clark Fork 22: Morgan Willms had 17 points and four steals and Jake Pfieffer added 12 points and 12 rebounds as the Warriors routed the Wampus Cats in Harrison. Anthony Ausman also scored 12 points for Kootenai, which built an 11-point halftime lead.
Northeast 1B North
Cusick 84, Inchelium 59: Alec Bluff scored 27 points, Chad Browneagle added 18 and the Panthers (17-2, 11-0) had their offense rolling throughout in a win over the host Hornets (3-9, 3-7). Cameron Bauer chipped in 12 points for Cusick. The Hornets’ Quentin Holford tallied a team-high 21 points.
Curlew 69, Columbia 43: Mathan Knapp scored 22, Gunner Brown had 16 and Aaron McCullough chipped in 14 as the Cougars (10-6, 7-3) built a commanding first-half lead and eased past the Lions (2-17, 1-11) in Hunters. Columbia’s Clayton Flett scored 13 points.
Selkirk 55, Northport 21: Shawn Mailly scored 15 points and Dominic Cain and Cole Dawson added 11 apiece as the Rangers (10-9, 8-3) routed the host Mustangs (1-17, 1-10). Selkirk outscored Northport 14-4 in the first quarter and led 28-9 at halftime.
Garfield-Palouse 63, Colton 38: Tyler Thurman had 24 points and four steals and the Vikings (17-2, 3-2) defeated the visiting Wildcats (9-4, 8-4). Matthew Holbrook added 12 points and Jesse Lopez chipped in 10 for Garfield-Palouse. Colton’s Jake Straughan tallied a team-high 10 points.
Rosalia 87, St. John-Endicott 40: Craig Nelson scored 27 points and Ryan Maley added 25 as the Spartans (8-9, 6-7) overwhelmed the host Eagles (1-17, 1-13) at St. John. Clay Shelton added 11 points for Rosalia, which built a 32-point lead at the half. St. John-Endicott’s Caleb Hudson tallied a team-high 14 points.
Liberty Christian 65, Tekoa-Oakesdale 32: Isaiah Ojeda scored 15 points and the Patriots seized control early and routed the visiting Nighthawks (1-13, 1-11) at Richland. Tekoa-Oakesdale’s Parker Perry scored 11 points.
Pomeroy 46, Touchet 37: Riley Bott led three players in double figures with 14 points and the Pirates (17-1, 13-1) used a dominating first-quarter effort to get by the host Indians. Cody LaMunyan added 12 points and Tyson Feider chipped in 11 for Pomeroy, which outscored Touchet 18-3 in the opening quarter.
Coeur d’Alene 66, Moscow 54: Tony Naccarato scored nine of his team-high 19 points in the decisive fourth quarter as the Vikings (12-3) pulled away to beat the host Bears (5-8). Coeur d’Alene led by two after three quarters, but outscored Moscow 18-8 in the fourth. Justin Carpenter added 17 points for the Vikings. The Bears’ Nick Ellison led all scorers with 27 points.
Kellogg 45, St. Maries 44: Tucker Gust scored 12 points and the Wildcats (9-5) used an early advantage to get past the host Lumberjacks. Leighton Gertje scored 13 points and Logan Feasline added 11 points and 14 rebounds for the Lumberjacks, who made 4 of 20 from the free-throw line.
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