Kyle Manzardo turned his steal into the winning layup as Lake City beat Sandpoint 47-45 for an overtime victory Friday night in a nonleague basketball game in Coeur d’Alene.
Manzardo led the Timberwolves with 13 points and Kenny Louie-McGee added 11, including two 3-pointers. James Carlson had eight rebounds and blocked four shots.
Sandpoint’s Paul Sundquist had 11 points and nine rebounds while Kyle Perry added 11 points.
Post Falls 68, Lakeland 40: Max McCullough scored 17 points to bring the Trojans a victory over the host Hawks (1-2) at Rathdrum. Post Falls outscored Lakeland 27-10 in the first quarter and never looked back. Jacob Pfennigs and Zach Hillman added 10 points each for Post Falls.
Cheney 55, Timberlake 39: Jamiel Worthem led Cheney (3-1) with 15 points and 12 rebounds and the Blackhawks beat the visiting Tigers (2-2). Drake Johnson added 13 points for the Blackhawks. Dan Smith led Timberlake with 14 points.
Pullman 59, Lewiston 57 (OT): Jake Cillay and Jacob Wells each scored 12 points for the host Greyhounds (4-0) in a victory over the Bengals (0-4). Riley Way had 20 points for Lewiston.
Tekoa-Rosalia 60, St. John-Endicott 49: Cooper Angelo finished with 14 points and Kade Holling grabbed 15 rebounds to lead the Timberwolves (1-2) to the win at Tekoa. Adam Blakeney scored 22 points for the Eagles.
Asotin 66, Oakesdale 31: Coby Blunt scored 14 points to lead the host Panthers over the Nighthawks. Danny Baily added 12 points and eight rebounds.Tanner Dingman led the Nighthawks with 10 points.
Deer Park 57, Riverside 27: Dante Myers scored 14 points for the host Stags (1-3) in a victory over the Rams (0-4) in a league opener. Carter Countryman added 10 points for the Stags. Kory Cross led the Rams with 10 points.
Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) 88, Chewelah 70: Blayne Baerwald scored 30 points and Cameron Gray 24 as the Eagles (3-1) rode a 32-point first-quarter that included five 3-pointers to a victory over the Cougars (0-4) in a league opener. Lakeside made 14 3-pointers. Dylan Strouse added 12 points and Tristan Cox 10. Gavin Parrott scored 22 points and Jensen Holloway 21 for Chewelah with Dakota Kroiss adding 13.
Newport 78, Colville 42: Danny Bradbury scored 16 points to lead the host Grizzlies (2-1) over the Colville in a league opener. Otis Smith added nine points and 10 rebounds, Kyler Zorica 12 points and eight assists and Robert Owen nine points and nine rebounds. Travis Romane led Colville with nine points.
Medical Lake 46, Freeman 41: Jaelon Stith scored 19 points on 9-of-14 shooting and picked up 15 rebounds to help propel the Cardinals (2-1) over the Scotties (3-1) in a league opener. Freeman got withing a point, 42-41, on Ryan Maine’s 3-pointers before Medical Lake’s Joey Jasmer made a basket and added two free throws.
Northeast 2B North
Northwest Christian 76, Springdale 52: Davis Olds scored 19 points and the Crusaders opened their league season with a victory over the host Chargers (4-1). Nathan Sander added 12 and Asher Cox 11 for the Crusaders. Enoch Clemmer had 14 points and Austin Howder 11 for Springdale.
Northwest Christian was 9 of 11 from the free-throw line and Springdale 15 of 29. Leading by 11 at halftime, Northwest Christian outscored Springdale 28-17 in the third quarter.
Kettle Falls 33, Davenport 30: Dakota Crumpler scored 12 points for Bulldogs (2-3) in their victory over the visiting Gorillas (1-1). Kettle Falls’ Daniel Truque hit a pair of free throws with 58 seconds left for the game’s final points. Nathan Hopkins led Davenport with 12 points.
Reardan 67, Wilbur-Creston 66 (OT): Wyatt Therman hit a 3-pointer with 4 seconds left in overtime to give the Indians (2-1) the win at home over the Wildcats (2-1) in a league opener.
Riley McCoy scored 22 points for Reardan, seven in overtime. He was 4 of 7 from the 3-point line, and had eight rebounds. Therman scored 10 points with eight rebounds.
Wilbur-Creston scored 24 points in the fourth quarter to get the game to overtime. The Wildcats took the lead in overtime and were ahead until Therman’s game-winner.
Dorian Jaeger led Wilbur-Creston with 27 points.
Northeast 2B South
Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 60, St. George’s 38: Wyatt Roettger had 23 points and 10 rebounds for the visiting Broncos (1-2) in a league-opening victory over the Dragons (3-2). Dylan Becker and Jacob Satre added 11 points each for LRS. Erik Farias led St. George’s with 13 points, while Zac Steele grabbed nine points.
Liberty 62, Colfax 54: Chase Burnham led the Lancers (4-0) with 26 points in a victory over Bulldogs (2-1). Jake Pottratz netted 18 points for Liberty. Danny Robinson had 29 points for Colfax, while Keith Gfeller added 12.
Liberty made 23 of 46 free throws to Colfax’s 10 of 17. In the fourth quarter, Liberty shot 11 was 19 at the line, while Colfax missed its only free throw.
Selkirk 49, Northport 21: Cole Dawson scored 20 of his 22 points in the first half and grabbed 10 rebounds and blocked five shots in the Rangers’ victory over visiting Northport (0-3) at Ione. Selkirk is 3-1.
Curlew 60, Inchelium 47: Kyle Engebretson scored 13 to lead the Cougars (3-0) over the Hornets (1-2) .
Republic 55, Cusick 44: Adrian McCarthy scored 23 points for the Tigers (3-1) in a victory over the Cougars (0-4). Aaron Fritts added 13 points for the Tigers. Joe Cutshall led the Panthers with 12.
Northeast 1B South
Valley Christian 53, Odessa-Harrington 49: Point guard James Segalla scored 16 points and grabbed 12 rebounds and the Panthers (2-1) beat the visiting Titans (0-4) in a league opener. Braydon Oliver added 13 points and Chase Strunk 10 while Mike Campbell collected 11 rebounds. Colton Hunt scored 12 points for the Titans. VC trailed by two at halftime but clamped down in the third quarter, allowing just a late 3-pointer.
Wellpinit 76, Columbia 23: Alfonso Salinas scored 21 points for the Redskins (2-1) in a victory over the host Lions (0-3) at Hunters. Jacob Brown and Brandon Flett each added 17 points apiece for Wellpinit.
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