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Girls basketball: Kennedy McKern helps Kettle Falls top Springdale

Kennedy McKern earned 12 points for Kettle Falls, all of which came on four 3-pointers, to help her team to a 53-22 victory over visiting Springdale in Northeast 2B action on Saturday.

Mallory Pounds brought in 11 points for Kettle Falls, while teammate Zarah Johnson scored 10 points.

Nichole Beckman and Chelsea Albee led Springdale with seven points apiece.

Colfax 55, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 45: Carmen Gfeller had 22 points to lead the Bulldogs past the visiting Broncos in a game which featured 45 total fouls.

Eliza Galbreath led LRS in scoring with 12.

Davenport 46, Northwest Christian 26: Sydney Abbott scored 17 points to help the Gorillas beat the visiting Crusaders.

Davenport held NWC to 26 percent shooting and outscored the Crusaders 25-6 in the second half.

St. George’s 60, Wilbur-Creston 14: Abby Jones had 10 points to help the Dragons defeat the visiting Wildcats.

St. George’s had a great night, shooting 53 percent from the field and holding Wilbur-Creston to 19 percent.


Inchelium 49, Cusick 39: Rylee Desautel scored 13 points with 15 rebounds and the Hornets defeated the visiting Panthers.

Desautel was followed by Kyla Swan with 12 points and 18 boards.

Cusick was led in scoring by Allison Nomee with 11 points.

Almira/Coulee-Hartline 76, Columbia 19: ACH shot 61 percent from the field in a rout of visiting Columbia.

Berlyn Hunt tallied seven steals and six assists to go with her 13 points for the Warriors, while Sarah Bradshaw led all scorers with 18.

Curlew 57, Northport 26: Korin Baker had 29 points and 16 rebounds to lead the Cougars past the visiting Mustangs.

Northport started the game on a 9-0 run, but Curlew outscored the Mustangs 57-17 over the remainder of the game.

Ashtyn Baribault led Northport with 10 points.

Republic 43, Selkirk 40: Shania Graham led the Tigers with 19 points in a win over the visiting Rangers.

Selkirk used a 15-6 third quarter to make it close after trailing 26-15 at intermission.

Gabi Rick had 14 to lead Selkirk.

Valley Christian 58, Wellpinit 46: Phoebe Trigsted had a huge night with 30 points and went 5 of 5 on free throws to help the visiting Panthers defeat the Redskins.

Kaleen Pope for Valley Christian had 14 points with nine rebounds.


Wenatchee 60, Ferris 51: Alli Hallber scored 14 points and Wenatchee defeated the visiting Saxons.

Ferris was paced by Brook Goodwin with 13 points. Ferris trailed 38-19 going into halftime but played a strong fourth quarter, outscoring Wenatchee 24-16 in the final frame.

Post Falls 68, Rogers 12: Macky Morris and Jenna Gardiner had 11 points apiece to help Post Falls win big over visiting Rogers.

Melody Kempton led Post Falls with 10 rebounds and five assists.

Liberty 54, Medical Lake 38: Maisie Burnham scored 21 points and the visiting Lancers topped the Cardinals 54-38.

Aleena Cook added 10 points for Liberty. Medical Lake was led by Jaycee Oliver with 12 points.

Deer Park 48, Kellogg 47: Freshman Hava Fairbanks made a layup with four seconds left in overtime to lift the Stags over the visiting Wildcats.

Fairbanks finished with 14 points. Destanne Sunchild scored 10 points with 13 rebounds and point guard Lily Pierce added 11 points.

Marley Chambers paced Kellogg with 17 points and Kaile Cates added 14.

Coeur d’Alene Charter 34, Riverside 30: An injured May Alexander gave the Panthers the lead with a 3-pointer late in the fourth, and leading scorer Kelly Ruebke (15 points) hit another to secure the win over the visiting Rams.

CdAC’s Emma Bartlett and Sandy Faulkner cleaned up the boards with 12 and 11 rebounds respectively.

Sandpoint 49, Priest River 28: Trinity Golder scored 20 points and the Bulldogs topped the visiting Spartans.

Grace Kirscher added 11 points for the Bulldogs.

Lapwai 59, Timberlake 52: Koyama Young had 18 points to help Lapwai defeat the visiting Tigers.

Timberlake had a three-point lead at the beginning of the fourth quarter, but Lapwai pulled ahead with consecutive 3-point baskets. Timberlake shot 2 of 13 in the fourth quarter.

Keelie Lawler had a game high 24 points for Timberlake.

Bonners Ferry 43, Lakeland 26: Kassy Skeen came up with 12 points to help the visiting Badgers defeat the Hawks.

Bonners Ferry put this one way in the third quarter by out scoring Lakeland 15-2. Tauna Kirk had 11 points, three steals and two assists for Lakeland.

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