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Boys basketball roundup: Mead beats Wenatchee behind Tyson Rogalette’s 17 points

UPDATED: Fri., Dec. 1, 2017

 (Tyler Tjomsland / The Spokesman-Review)
(Tyler Tjomsland / The Spokesman-Review)
From staff reports

Mead 74, Wenatchee 41: Tyson Rogalette scored 17 points and the Panthers (1-0) coasted to a victory over visiting Wenatchee (0-1) in a nonleague game on Friday. Jonathan Baird pulled down five of his team-leading eight boards on the offensive end for the Panthers. Mead drained 14 3-pointers in 30 attempts.

Post Falls 56, Rogers 54: Tanner McCliment-Call scored 21 points and the visiting Trojans (1-0) beat the Pirates (0-1). Evan Nomee had 19 points for the Pirates.

Lakeland 78, Colville 37: Kaiden Davis scored 18 points and the visiting Hawks (1-0) beat the Indians (0-1). Dylan Knight added 14 points with seven assists for the Hawks. Freshman Jalen Sklaskiy had 12 points and eight rebounds in his Hawks debut.

Lakeside (WA) 60, East Valley 52: David Smith scored 20 points and the visiting Eagles (1-1) beat the Knights (0-1). Hunter Gesik added 23 points for the Knights.

Pomeroy 57, Colfax 55: Jacob Tewalt scored 17 points and the Pirates (1-0) defeated the visiting Bulldogs (0-1). . Ryan Wolf added 13 points for the Pirates.

Northeast 1B

Valley Christian 64, Northport 31: Austin Giles led a balanced attack with 12 points and the visiting Panthers (1-1) raced past the Mustangs (1-1). Five Panthers scored in double figures. Jacob Corcoran led the Mustangs with 11 points and six boards.

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