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Girls basketball: Bothell outlasts Lewis and Clark at second game of The Fitz

Keyonna Jones scored 30 points, Kelsey Hudson added 15 and Bothell used a late surge to pull away from Lewis and Clark (1-2), 60-49, at the second day of the sixth annual Dan Fitzgerald Memorial Tournament at Lewis and Clark on Saturday.

It was a close game until the fourth quarter, when Bothell’s size wore LC down late and the Cougars made 6 of 8 from the line late.

Kaylee Bishop led the Tigers with 16 points, hitting five 3-pointers, and Jacinta Buckley grabbed 13 rebounds. Lewis and Clark committed 26 turnovers and dropped both its games in the tournament.

University 49, Regis 46: Elli Boni scored 21 points and the Titans knocked off Regis Jesuit (Colorado) in The Fitz at Lewis and Clark.

Regis Jesuit, ranked seventh and winners of three state titles since 2009 in Colorado, was led by Franchesca Belibi with 23 points.

U-Hi split its two games in the tourney.


Mead 62, West Valley (Yakima) 48: Aaliyah Pauling scored 12 points and the visiting Panthers (2-1) defeated West Valley in Yakima.

Lindsey Russell had 15 points and grabbed 10 rebounds.

West Valley was led by Nicole Rassmussen with 15 points.

Pasco at Pullman: Alexis Montelongo scored 19 points with eight rebounds, Julissa Perez added 14 points and visiting Pasco handled the Greyhounds (1-2).

Pasco raced out to a 19-2 lead after the first quarter and cruised from there, forcing 21 turnovers by Pullman. Pasco hit 11 of 34 3-point attempts.

Pullman was led by Rian Clear with 13 points. Kelsey Nestegard added six points with 10 rebounds, and Carolena Sears had 12 boards and five points.

Post Falls 70, West Valley 36: Jackson McCliment-Call put up a strong fourth quarter to finish with 13 points as the visiting Trojans (2-0) defeated the Eagles (1-2).

Bayley Brennan had 13 points and Tyler McCliment-Call added 12 points for Post Falls.

Grace Phan was the leader for West Valley with 11 points.

Pendleton 62, Clarkston 59: Kalan McGlothan scored 19 points and helped Pendleton beat the visiting Bantams (0-1).

Clarkston was led by Mikinzie Packwood and AJ Sobotta, who had 21 and 19 points, respectively.

East Valley 64, Freeman 17: Faith Adams had 17 points, going 3 for 3 from beyond the arc, and Genesis Wilkinson added 15 as the Knights (2-1) beat the visiting Scotties (0-2) in a blowout.

Lakeside (WA) 36, Colfax 30: Sienna Swannack scored 20 points and the Eagles (1-2) defeated the visiting Indians (0-2).

Joelle Mahowald put up a key basket with less than 2 minutes remaining that put Lakeside up for good.

Carmen Gfeller led Colfax with 16 points.

Davenport 58, Chewelah 40: Sydney Abbot scored 18 points, Lainy Jacobsen added 14 and the visiting Gorillas (3-0) topped the Cougars (0-1).

Davenport started the game with a 13-3 run and closed on a 16-8 run in the fourth.

Krislyn Koler led Chewelah with 12 points.

Almira/Coulee-Hartline 54, Wilbur-Creston 35: Gabi Isaak scored 20 points and snagged seven rebounds and the Warriors (2-0) defeated the visiting Wildcats (0-1).

Karlee Maioho led Wilbur-Creston with 18 points. ACH outscored WC 18-7 in the third quarter.

Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 61, St. John-Endicott 48: Peyton Curtis put up 17 points to lead the visiting Broncos (1-0) over the Eagles (0-2).

Caitlyn Bluemenshein scored eight points and collected nine rebounds for SJE.

Republic 73, Columbia 19: Shania Graham scored 28 points, Carlie Rittel had 21 points and the visiting Tigers (1-0) routed the Lions (0-2), who were missing a couple of starters due to illness.

Lexi Nelson led Columbia with seven points.

Curlew 56, Northport 37: Korin Baker lit up the scoreboard with 21 points as the visiting Cougars (1-1) defeated the Mustangs (0-3).

Joree Scriver added 13 points for Curlew, while Hailey Young paced Northport with 13 points.

Troy 54, Oakesdale 46 (2OT): Emma Sthetzle scored a put-back to push it to double overtime to help Troy get the win over the visiting Nighthawks (1-2).

Sthetzle finished with 10 points.

Logan Reed was fouled at the end of regulation and drained three free throws to push to game to overtime. Reed finished with 21 points and nine rebounds.

Colton 53, Genesee 26: Dakota Patchen scored 12 points and the Wildcats (2-0) defeated visiting Genesee.

Courtney Burt led Genesee with 11 points.

Woodinville 73, Coeur d’Alene 48: Regan Shenk had 13 points while Kennedy Selwey and Madison Dubois had 12 points apiece and Woodinville defeated the visiting Vikings (1-2).

Kelly Horning had 20 points 13 rebounds for Coeur d’Alene, registering her second straight double-double.

Selkirk 41, Priest River 36: Gabi Rick scored 13 points and the Rangers (2-0) defeated the visiting Spartans.

Selkirk’s team defense is sealed the deal, forcing seven turnovers in the fourth quarter to secure the victory. Jenna Couch went 5 of 6 from the line in the last couple of minutes.

Rachel Akre and Avery Summers led Priest River with 13 and 11 points, respectively.

Coeur d’Alene Charter 37, Clark Fork 24: May Alexander had 12 rebounds to go with 17 points to leading the visiting Panthers to victory over the Wampus Cats.

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