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Boys basketball: Mike Ervin leads Ferris to Avista tourney title game

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

Mike Ervin scored 22 points and Ferris (9-1) routed Walla Walla (7-4) 73-38 to advance to the Avista Holiday Tournament title game at Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston on Friday.

Ferris will face Lapwai on Saturday at 4 p.m. in the championship game.

Reece Van Lierop scored 11 points for the Saxons, including a pair of 3-pointers, and Shamrock Campbell added 10.

Lapwai 55, North Central 47: Kendall Leighton scored 20 points and the Wildcats (10-1) defeated the Indians (6-4). Leon Sayers paced North Central with 18 points.

Lewiston 70, Wenatchee 65: Cody McKenzie scored 22 points and the Bengals (4-4) beat the Panthers (3-6). Donaven Santana added 18 points for the Bengals.

Clarkston 49, Moscow 42: The Bantams (4-3) beat the Bears (0-6) and moved into the tourney fourth place game.

T-Town Throwdown

University 86, Stadium 68: Boston Tacke scored 21 points and the Titans (5-5) beat Stadium (3-5) in Tacoma. Tanner Christensen added 17 points for U-Hi.

Wilbur-Ellis SunDome Shootout

Rogers 69, Ellensburg 60: Evan Nomee had 21 points and the Pirates (5-6) beat the Bulldogs (6-2) in Tacoma. Cole Riblet and Calyn Glover added 10 points apiece for Rogers.

Eagle Holiday Classic

West Valley 75, Deer Park 56: Collin Sather scored 26 points and the tournament co-host Eagles (7-3) defeated the visiting Stags (4-4). Cletis Hydrick added 23 points for West Valley. Isaac Berglund paced Deer Park with 20 points.

Pullman 48, Lakeside 47: Zane Wilson scored 12 points and the Greyhounds (8-2) held off the co-host Eagles (3-6). Lakeside’s Tristan Cox hit a late 3-pointer to make it a one-point game but Pullman held on. Cox led all scorers with 16 points.

Colville 43, Kettle Falls 42: Devin Lembcke hit a late jumper and the Indians (4-5) edged the Bulldogs (3-5). Lembcke finished with four points while Jory Dotts led Colville with 16. Marcello Mendez scored 12 points and Matthew Thompson had 11 for Kettle Falls.

Riverside 43, Lake Roosevelt 36: Cody Zeinhart scored eight points and the Rams (2-8) topped the Raiders. Trevor McCraigie paced Lake Roosevelt with 15 points.

Colfax 57, Sandpoint 41: Carson Cloaniger scored 19 points, Jaydon Soncarty added 18 and Colfax (8-2) downed Sandpoint (4-3). Robbie Johnson led Sandpoint with 12 points.

St. George’s 79, Timberlake 42: Erik Farias scored 20 points and the Dragons (8-0) defeated the Tigers (3-6).

Reardan Holiday Tournament

Wellpinit 66, Reardan 39: Butch Flett scored 20 points and the Redskins (6-3) defeated the host Indians (2-6). Tyler Sprecher led Reardan with 15 points.

Chewelah 74, St. John-Endicott/LaCrosse 37: Dawson Youngblood had 22 of his 31 points in the second quarter and the Cougars (3-3) coasted past the Eagles (1-8). Dustin Fox led SJEL with 11 points.

Torrey Pines Holiday Tournament

Spanish Springs 66, Genesis Prep 54: Kon Ajang scored 17 points and Jonny HIllman added 14 but the Jaguars (5-4) fell to the Cougars (12-3) in San Diego.


Springdale 69, Inchelium 31: Cory Hubert scored 14 points an the Chargers (4-5) defeated the visiting Hornets (0-6).

Northwest Christian 67, St. Maries 63: Jacob Gray scored 20 points on six 3-pointers and the Crusaders (4-5) defeated the Lumberjacks (5-1). Dan Howard scored 18 for the Lumberjacks.

Almira/Coulee-Hartline 71, Waterville 38: Payton Nielsen scored 21 points and the Warriors (5-3) defeated visiting Waterville (6-4).

Oakesdale 63, Dayton 26: Matt Hockett scored 13 points and the Nighthawks (7-2) cruised past the visiting Bulldogs (0-7). Jacob Himes added 12 points and five steals for Oakesdale.

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