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Girls basketball: Claire Dingus’ 18 points help University to its fourth win in a row

UPDATED: Fri., Dec. 22, 2017

 (Colin Mulvany / The Spokesman-Review)
(Colin Mulvany / The Spokesman-Review)
From staff reports

Claire Dingus scored 18 points and University (4-4) took advantage of a quick start to defeat Rogers (Puyallup) 69-49 on Friday in a nonleague game at Toyota Center in Wenatchee.

Ellie Boni scored 16 points for the Titans, who have won four in a row after losing their first four games of the season.

East Valley 52, North Central 40: Faith Adams and Genesis Wilkinson scored 12 points and the visiting Knights (8-0) beat the Indians (5-3). Quincy McDeid had 19 points for the Indians.

Almira/Coulee-Harline 39, Okanogan 34: Gabi Isaak scored 17 points with 13 rebounds and the Warriors (6-0) defeated the Bulldogs (4-3). Sarah Bradshaw added 10 points for the Warriors.

Bonners Ferry 46, Lakeland 32: Miranda Wenk had 20 points with 16 rebounds and the Badgers (7-1) beat the visiting Hawks (2-6). The Badgers jumped to a 16-2 lead before the Hawks cut it to 36-30 in the fourth quarter. A 10-2 run squashed the comeback attempt and gave the Badgers the win.

Wellpinit Tournament

Cusick 56, Inchelium 54: Gracie StrangeOwl scored 19 points and the Panthers (2-6) defeated the Hornets (5-2).

Meika Heath led the Hornets with 23 points.

The end of the game consisted of a free-throw battle between the teams. Heath almost drained a halfcourt shot at the buzzer, but it rimmed out.

Wellpinit 58, Lakeside (ID) 42: Christina CardenFlett had 19 points with nine rebounds and three blocks and the Redskins (6-0) defeated the Knights (8-4). Aaliayah Wynecoop had four points and nine rebounds and Lachelle Boyd had six points with seven assists. Tara Allen led the Knights with 20 points.

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