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Girls basketball: Mountain View wins CdA tournament

Destiny Slocum, the leading scorer in the state, tossed in a game-high 23 points with most of them coming in transition and the Mountain View Thunder of Vancouver, Washington, knocked off the Rocky Mountain Grizzlies of Meridian, Idaho, 64-53 in the championship game of the Coeur d’Alene Tournament on Wednesday.

The Thunder led 33-31 at the half before stretching the lead to 11 points by the end of the third quarter.

Sandpoint 44, Grangeville 36: Madi Schoening poured in a game-high 22 points, including several breakaway layups in the fourth quarter to help Sandpoint’s Bulldogs (8-6) pull away from a third-quarter tie to defeat Grangeville’s Bulldogs in the first game of the day.

Hailey Sullivan scored 14 points to top Grangeville.

Post Falls 56, Lapwai 50: Melody Kempton tossed in 15 points and Shayna Allert scored 12 to lead the Trojans (10-1) to a victory over the Wildcats in the second game of the day.

Post Falls led 51-50 late in the game and connected on 5 of 6 free throws to provide the final margin in its ninth consecutive win.

Lapwai whiffed on its free throws down the stretch.

Lake City 49, Coeur d’Alene 28: Clarissa Smith scored all 11 of her points in the first quarter to help the Timberwolves (11-2) take a 19-8 lead en route to a victory over the Vikings (8-5) in the third game of the day.

Cierra Dvorak and Whitney Meier led LC with 12 points apiece.

Madisen Scholwinski paced the tourney hosts with eight points, while Isabella Hollinbaugh added seven points.

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