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Girls basketball: Hulls combine for 45 points in Central Valley rout

UPDATED: Fri., Dec. 29, 2017

File - Central Valley twins Lacie (24) and Lexie Hull (10) race up-court against Mead on Dec. 5, 2017. Central Valley routed Stanwood 71-34 at the Cam Jam Clash for Cancer at Central Valley HS on Friday, Dec. 29, 2017. (Dan Pelle / The Spokesman-Review)
File - Central Valley twins Lacie (24) and Lexie Hull (10) race up-court against Mead on Dec. 5, 2017. Central Valley routed Stanwood 71-34 at the Cam Jam Clash for Cancer at Central Valley HS on Friday, Dec. 29, 2017. (Dan Pelle / The Spokesman-Review)
From staff reports

Lexie Hull scored 23 points with seven rebounds, Lacie Hull added 22 and tournament host Central Valley (8-0) crushed Stanwood (5-3) 71-34 on the second day of the Cam Jam Clash for Cancer on Friday.

For the second game in a row against a highly-rated opponent, CV held its foe to fewer than 10 points in three of four quarters. The Bears led 21-9 after the first stanza – with Lexie Hull leading the way with 11 points – and had a 20-point cushion at intermission.

Central Valley entered play rated sixth in state 4A RPI, while Stanwood was rated 22nd in 3A.

Ashley Alter paced Stanwood with 16 points.

Central Valley finishes up its holiday benefit tournament against Woodinville on Saturday at 2:15 p.m.

Woodinville 64, Mead 49: Regan Schenck scored 20 points and the Falcons (8-1) topped the Panthers (2-8). Erica Nessan scored 13 points and Jessa Smith added 11 for Mead.

Sunnyside 66, Bellarmine Prep 59: Lexi Skyles scored 20 points, Ashlee Maldonado added 19 and the Grizzlies beat the Lions. Reylee Frazier led Bellarmine Prep with 14 points.

Moses Lake 56, Glacier Peak 30: Jamie Leora scored 20 points and the Chiefs took care of the Grizzlies. Alexis Newman paced Glacier Peak with 12 points.

Avista Holiday Tournament

Clarkston 50, Lake City 47: Ashlyn Wallace scored 22 points and the Bantams (6-1) rode a huge fourth quarter to slip past the Timberwolves (6-5). Klaire Mitchell led the Timberwolves with 14 points. Clarkston faces Walla Walla in the tourney title game on Saturday.

Walla Walla 48, North Central 47: Kyndal Locati hit a follow-up at the buzzer and the Blue Devils (7-4) edged the Indians (5-5). Olivia Doetker led Walla Walla with 11 points while Quincy McDeid paced North Central with 20 points.

Wenatchee 59, Ferris 51: Alli Hallberg scored 10 of her 28 points in the pivotal fourth quarter and finished with 14 rebounds to lead Wenatchee (4-6) over Ferris (0-10).

Lewiston 70, Genesis Prep 39: Demi Randall scored 22 points and the Bengals (10-2) routed the Jaguars (2-5). Bella Murekatete had 17 points for the Jaguars.

Auburn Holiday Classic

Skyline 72, University 67: Jade Loville scored 34 points and the Falcons (5-2) edged the Titans (5-5) in overtime at the Auburn Holiday Classic at Auburn Riverdale HS. Ellie Boni led U-Hi with 22 points.

Eagle Holiday Classic

Colfax 60, West Valley 57: Carmen Gfeller scored 32 points and the Bulldogs (7-3) defeated the co-host Eagles (5-5). Jillian Taylor paced West Valley with 18 points.

Riverside 39, Lakeland 34: Ava West scored 16 points and the Rams (4-6) pulled away from the Hawks (3-8). Lauryn Cooper led Lakeland with nine points.

Pullman 62, Colville 47: Peyton Teevens scored 15 points, Kelsey Nestegard added 14 and the Greyhounds (3-7) raced out to an 18-9 lead en route to a win over the Indians (4-5). Hallie Cox led Colville with 11 points.

Newport 52, Kettle Falls 35: Jocelyn Nenema scored 17 points and the Grizzlies (4-2) used a 22-6 second quarter to beat the Bulldogs (4-5). Iris Armstrong paced Kettle Falls with 10 points.

Cheney 74, Lake Roosevelt 49: Hailey Pemberton scored 20 points, Maggie Smith added 17 and the Blackhawks (5-4) handled the Raiders. Kayla St.Pierre led Lake Roosevelt with 21points.

Cashmere 56, Timberlake 52: Hailey Vanlith scored 32 points, Cami Knisha added 19 and the Bulldogs edged the Tigers (8-3). Taryn Soumas had 12 points and Kaylee Jezek had 10 for Timberlake.

Sandpoint 62, Deer Park 31: Dawson Driggs scored 17 points, Grace Kirscher added 15 and the Bulldogs (6-3) handled the Stags (4-4). Payge Rose led Deer Park with nine.

La Salle 73, Liberty 71: Tatiana White scored 17 points to lead four in double figures and the Lightning outlasted the Lancers (4-2) in overtime. Liberty’s Maisie Burnham led all scorers with 44 points.

Colton 59, Davenport 41: Dakota Patchen scored 20 points and the Wildcats (9-1) defeated the Gorillas (7-2).

East Valley 60, St. George’s 33: Genesis Wilkinson scored 17 points and the Knights (10-0) defeated the Dragons (5-3). Mia Smith and Cambrie Rikcard led the Dragons with nine points apiece.

Greg Larson Memorial Tournament

Northwest Christian 55, St. Maries 41: Natalie Smith scored 16 and the Crusaders (5-3) beat the Lumberjacks (5-4). Kaci Haeg and Devyn Wilson had 10 points apiece for St. Maries.


Gonzaga Prep 54, Seattle Prep 52: Devyn Muse knocked down two free throws in the waning moments of overtime and the visiting Bullpups (7-3) beat the Panthers (6-1). Leah Carney scored a game-high 15 points for the Bullpups with three 3-pointers.

Southridge 47, Rogers 45: Southridge 47, Rogers 45: Americus Griffiths scored 13 points and the Suns (5-5) edged the visiting Pirates (1-9). Shaelli Morrison led Rogers with 12 points.

Inchelium 63, Springdale 47: Meika Heath scored 25 points and the visiting Hornets (6-1) defeated the Chargers (1-9). Nichole Beckman paced Springdale with 23 points.

Almira/Coulee-Hartline 65, Waterville 25: Gabi Isaak scored 24 points with 14 rebounds and the Warriors (8-0) defeated Waterville (6-4).

Oakesdale 57, Dayton 11: Emma Perry scored 17 points and the Nighthawks (8-1) defeated the visiting Bulldogs (0-6).

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