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Girls roundup: Quick start leads Colville past Clarkston

Colville opened the game on a 16-4 run and fended off Clarkston’s comeback attempt in a 59-50 Great Northern League win Saturday night in Colville.

The loss was the Bantams’ second straight in league play. They won their first six GNL games.

Tyra Brons scored 14 points and Sadie Learn added 13 for Colville (11-4, 5-3). Jaclyn Meyers and Riley Denton scored 12 points apiece for Clarkston (8-8, 6-2).

The Bantams’ loss moved East Valley, which didn’t play Saturday, into first place in the league standings.

Inland Empire 5A

Lewiston 51, Lake City 49: Lynzee Wilson hit four 3-pointers and the Bengals (16-2, 5-1) fended off the Timberwolves’ second-half charge and won in Coeur d’Alene. Lake City (10-10, 2-4) rallied after halftime, cutting into Lewiston’s 15-point advantage, but couldn’t complete the comeback. The Timberwolves’ Madi Farrell tallied a game-high 13 points.


Timberlake 63, Bonners Ferry 28: Allison Kirby and Jessica Norlander scored 16 points apiece and Keelie Lawler added 14 as the Tigers (11-7, 4-2) opened the game on a 14-0 run and eased past the host Badgers (2-13, 0-6). Bonners Ferry’s McKenzie MacDonald tallied a team-high 10 points.

Northeast 1B North

Columbia 45, Curlew 39: Gabby Singer had 17 points, nine steals and five blocks and Payton Wynne added 11 points and 11 rebounds as the Lions (5-11, 3-7) pulled away after halftime and beat the Cougars (7-10, 5-6) in Hunters. Asia Kieffer added 13 points and four blocks and Brianna James pulled down 13 rebounds for Columbia. Curlew’s Lindsey Gibson tallied a team-high 18 points.

Selkirk 65, Northport 24: Katie Couch scored 24 points and Lexy Ellsworth added 14 as the Rangers (10-7, 6-4) forced 35 turnovers in an easy win over the host Mustangs (0-19, 0-13).

Northeast 1B South

Wilbur-Creston 71, Odessa-Harrington 38: The Wildcats (19-0, 7-0) surged ahead after a competitive first quarter and routed the Titans (8-11, 3-4) in Odessa. Kaelee Reed led Wilbur-Creston with 13 points. The Wildcats outscored Odessa-Harrington 25-6 in the second quarter to take a 19-point lead into halftime. The Titans’ Lanessa Simon tallied a game-high 15 points.

Almira/Coulee-Hartline 55, Valley Christian 24: Reinnee Rocket scored 15 points, Katie Emerson had 13 and Monique Isaak added 12 as the Warriors (9-8, 4-3) routed the host Panthers (1-13, 0-7). Valley Christian’s Adrienne Valenti scored 10 points.

North Star

Kootenai 46, Clark Fork 32: Katey Mae McInturff scored 16 points and the Warriors defeated the Wampus Cats in Harrison. Callie Potter and Annie Wurm scored nine points apiece for Clark Fork.

Southeast 1B

St. John-Endicott 36, Rosalia 24: Gracie Dickerson scored 11 points and the Eagles (11-7, 8-5) got their offense clicking late in a win over the visiting Spartans (8-9, 5-8). St. John-Endicott outscored Rosalia 17-9 in the fourth to put the game away. Rosalia’s Mackenzie Reddish scored 10 points while dealing with foul trouble.

Pomeroy 67, Touchet 48: Torrie Koller and Mackenzie Monahan combined for 33 points as the Pirates defeated the host Indians. Touchet’s Cierra Jo McKeown led all scorers with 26 points.

Colton 69, Garfield-Palouse 11: Jenna Moser scored 26 points and Zoe Moser added 13 as the Wildcats (18-0, 14-0) routed the host Vikings (5-14, 3-12).

Tekoa-Oakesdale 62, Liberty Christian 21: Mattie Jo Johnson scored 19 points and Jacey Johnson added 13 as the Nighthawks (15-3, 12-2) dumped the host Patriots.


Coeur d’Alene 53, Moscow 23: Sara Chalich scored 16 points, Sydney Williams had 12 and Brittany Tackett chipped in 10 as the Vikings (18-2) dominated from the start in an easy win over the host Bears (2-16). Coeur d’Alene outscored Moscow 17-7 in the first quarter and led by 20 points at the half.

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