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Boys basketball roundup: Ervin scores career-high in Ferris’ win

Mike Ervin scored a career-high 30 points and added eight rebounds and four steals as Ferris pulled away in the fourth quarter and beat Eastmont 70-57 in a nonleague game Tuesday night at Ferris.

The Saxons (4-4) led by three after three quarters, but outscored the Wildcats 16-6 in the fourth.

Ferris’ Reece Van Lierop added 15 points, Shamrock Campbell had 11 and Joel Miley pulled down eight rebounds. Brandon Porter led Eastmont with 19 points.

Kentwood 65, Lake City 39: Rayvaughn Bolton had 13 points, Koby Huerta added 12 and the Conquerors used a 20-3 fourth-quarter run to turn a close game into a rout over the Timberwolves (3-4) at the Lake City tournament in Coeur d’Alene. Lake City’s Kenny Louie-McGee and James Carlson combined for 25 points.

Post Falls 82, South Kitsap 44: Max McCullough hit six 3-pointers and scored 31 points to guide the Trojans (6-4) past the Wolves at the Lake City tournament. Wyatt Millsap and Zach Hillman added 13 points apiece for Post Falls.

Timberline 59, Lakeland 36: Brock Rice poured in 26 points and the Wolves topped the Hawks at the Lake City tournament. Andrew Knight led Lakeland with 15 points and nine rebounds.

West Valley 63, Lake Roosevelt 56: Austin Yoakum scored 21 points and Johnny Sage added 12 as the Eagles (7-2) edged the Raiders at the West Valley tournament. Chance Garvin led Lake Roosevelt with 26 points.

Overlake 63, Lakeside (Washington) 59: Owen Friend had 16 points and Tellier Lundquist and Latio Cosmos added 10 apiece as the Owls edged the Eagles (6-3) at the West Valley tournament. Lakeside’s Cameron Gay made 7 of 17 3-pointers and finished with 34 points.

Colfax 67, Tonasket 28: Danny Robinson scored all 13 of his points in the first half and the Bulldogs (5-4) beat the Tigers at the West Valley tournament. Kenton Lyman and Keith Gfeller added a combined 21 points for Colfax, which built a 32-point halftime lead.

Northwest Christian 68, Freeman 62: David Olds scored 11 of his game-high 24 points in the first quarter as the Crusaders (7-2) used a hot start to get past the Scotties (6-3) at the Freeman tournament. Asher Cox added 18 points for Northwest Christian, which led by 15 after the first quarter. Freeman hit five 3-pointers in the third quarter to cut into the deficit, but Northwest Christian forced six turnovers on consecutive possessions in the fourth quarter and made nine free throws to seal the win. Michael Coumont led three Freeman players in double figures with 16 points.

Pullman 62, St. George’s 48: Jake Cillay scored 20 points on 9-of-13 shooting and James Miles added 14 points, five rebounds and four assists as the Greyhounds (9-0) topped the Dragons (6-4) at the Freeman tournament. Collin Cremers had 12 points and nine rebounds for St. George’s.

Clarkston 61, Walla Walla 47: Trevon Allen scored 21 points and Jett Sobotta added 15 as the Bantams (7-0) beat the Blue Devils at a tournament at Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston.

Wellpinit 72, Reardan 43: Clayton Flett scored 23 points and Cedric Bowen added 13 as the Redskins (5-2) dumped the Indians (1-5) at the Reardan tournament. Jason Holt chipped in 10 for Wellpinit, which outscored Reardan 44-18 through the second and third quarters.

Mead 60, Pasco 52: Vinny Saldana led a balanced attack with a season-high 13 points and the Panthers (5-3) pulled away after halftime and beat the Bulldogs at the Hanford tournament. Mead’s Kobie Hanson added 10 points, Dedrick Pakootas had 10 and Sam Brown chipped in nine points and eight rebounds.

Nonleague

Cheney 51, Deer Park 38: Cam Hardt and Landon West scored 12 points apiece and the Blackhawks (4-3) topped the host Stags (3-6). Joel Overton scored 15 points for Deer Park, but the Stags committed 23 turnovers.

Garfield-Palouse 68, Potlatch 41: Matt Holbrook poured in 35 points and added five rebounds, four assists and four steals as the Vikings (10-0) topped the host Loggers (1-7).

Almira/Coulee-Hartline 68, Wilbur-Creston 43: Payton Nielsen scored 16 points and Dallas Isaak and Dawson Dormaier added 15 apiece as the Warriors (6-0) topped the Wildcats (4-5) in Creston. Dorian Jaeger led Wilbur-Creston with 15 points.

Oakesdale 62, College Place 42: Kieron Anderson had 17 points and seven rebounds as the Nighthawks (2-7) took control from the outset in a win over visiting College Place. Oakesdale’s Parker Perry added 16 points and seven rebounds and Tanner Dingman chipped in 13 points, eight steals and five assists.

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