Naje Smith scored 17 points and Lewis and Clark (13-8) eliminated visiting University (9-12) 60-38 on Tuesday in a 4A subregional on Tuesday.
Diedrick Pakootas had 14 points and Cameron Duncan added 10 for LC, which used a 20-5 fourth-quarter run to pull away from its Greater Spokane League rival.
The Tigers advance to play at Richland on Wednesday.
Boston Tacke led U-Hi with 21 points.
Rogers 59, Southridge 49: Cole Riblet scored 22 points and the visiting Pirates (3-18) defeated the Suns (1-19) in the MCC/GSL 3A play-in game.
Rogers keeps its season alive to play at Mt. Spokane on Thursday in another loser-out game.
Rogers outscored Southridge 33-24 in the second half. Jahlil Frans added 14 points and Evan Nomee scored 11 points.
Southridge was led by Mike Hazel with 14 points.
East Valley 70, West Valley 58: Jeremiah Hillard scored a career-high 30 points with seven rebounds on his birthday and the Knights (11-10) defeated the visiting Eagles (9-12) in a loser-out game.
Collin Sather scored 30 points to lead the Eagles.
The Knights advance to play at Pullman on Friday in the second round. The winner goes on to face top-seeded Clarkston on Tuesday, with both teams advancing to the glue crossover.
Pullman 85, Cheney 76: Jacob Wells scored 24 points with seven rebounds and the Greyhounds (16-5), ranked fourth in state 2B in the latest WIAA RPI ratings, eliminated the visiting Blackhawks (8-13).
Jared Anderson and Jake Cillay scored 17 points apiece for Pullman. Anderson grabbed 13 rebounds.
Devin Cook led Cheney with 17 points while Justice Reiter added 15.
District 7 2B at West Valley
Reardan 51, Kettle Falls 37: Andrew Alsept scored 20 points, hitting 6 of 10 from beyond the arc, with seven rebounds and the Indians (4-17) topped the Bulldogs (5-16) in the District 7 2B playoffs at West Valley High.
Reardan held a 41-29 rebound advantage. Cade Francis added 10 points, 10 rebounds and five blocks. Reardan led 37-33 after three quarters and pulled away with a 14-4 fourth-quarter run.
Reardan advances to play Northwest Christian on Thursday, while Kettle Falls awaits its opponent for Saturday.
Springdale 52, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 51: Austin Howder scored 22 points with 10 rebounds and the Chargers (13-8) edged the Broncos (8-13).
Springdale advances to play Colfax on Thursday while LRS plays on Saturday in a loser-out game.
Close throughout, Springdale opened a 12-point lead in the fourth quarter and held on. Chandler Carr scored 15 points with 13 rebounds while adding seven assists for the Chargers.
Bryce Kelly scored 18 points and Camden Smith added 14 for the Broncos.
Wilbur-Creston 68, Tekoa-Rosalia 47: Jared Townsend scored 21 points with five assists and the Wildcats (7-14) beat the Timberwolves (4-17).
Wilbur-Creston advances to play Liberty on Thursday.
The Wildcats opened up a 42-27 lead at intermission and grabbed 19 offensive rebounds. Jacob Marshall added 14 points and Doug Rosman had 10 for W-C.
Devin Cripe led T-R with 11 points. The T-wolves play in a loser-out game on Saturday.
Davenport 66, Asotin 53: Jaden Flett scored 31 points with 11 rebounds and Gorillas (9-12) made 15 of 20 free throws in the fourth quarter to get past the Panthers (11-10).
Peyton Buchanan added 12 points for Davenport, which advances to play St. George’s on Thursday.
Eli Engledow scored 14 points to lead Asotin, which awaits its opponent for Saturday.
5A Inland Empire
Lake City 68, Lewiston 63: Kenny Louie-McGee scored 25 points and the Timberwolves (13-5, 2-4) defeated the visiting Bengals (11-7, 2-3).
Louie-McGee finished with eight baskets while shooting 7 for 7 from the free-throw line.
Lewiston led 15-11 after one, led by Riley Way’s three 3-pointers in the quarter. Lake City outscored Lewiston 17-11 in the third quarter with Louie-McGee chipping in eight points.
In the fourth quarter, Lake City shot 13 of 14 from the free-throw line to seal it.
Way led Lewiston with 18 points. Trystan Bradley scored 13 points and Cody McKenzie added 11 points.
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