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Area girls: Shania Graham goes for 38 points to lead Republic over Almira/Coulee-Hartline

Shania Graham followed her 24-point performance on Friday with 38 points on Saturday to lead Republic (11-1, 7-0) past visiting Almira/Coulee-Hartline (9-3, 5-1) 65-55 in a match-up between the Northeast 1B North and South division leaders.

Michelle VanSlyke added 14 points for Republic, which used a 20-13 run in the third quarter to take control.

Gabi Isaak had 22 points and Berlyn Hunt added 14 for ACH.

Selkirk 68, Odessa-Harrington 22: Whitney Dawson scored 16 points as the visiting Rangers (11-1, 6-1) beat the Titans (1-8, 1-4).

Selkirk played full-court press for nearly the entire game. Jenna Couch had 15 points and Gabi Rick added 13 for Selkirk.

McKennah Davison scored seven points for O-H.

Valley Christian 65, Curlew 38: Phoebe Trigsted had 19 points, 11 rebounds, and four assists as the Panthers (6-6, 5-2) defeated the visiting Cougars (7-4, 5-3).

Valley Christian did most of its damage in the first quarter, outscoring Curlew 30-10 to start the game. Kaleen Pope added 17 points for VC, while Curlew’s Korin Baker led all scorers with 22.

Inchelium 57, Columbia 25: Rylee Desautel scored 18 points to help the visiting Hornets (6-3, 4-3) beat the Lions (0-10, 0-6).

Jaylene Lelone scored 12 points and Randi Finley added 11 for Inchelium, which raced out to a 20-2 lead after the first quarter.

Gabreanna Singer led Columbia with nine points.

Wellpinit 59, Northport 44: Christina Carden-Flett scored 14 of her 26 points in the first half as the visiting Redskins (4-4, 1-3) defeated the Mustangs (1-10, 0-6).

Mariah Sherwood added 12 points for Wellpinit.

Northport was shorthanded due to injury and had to rely on eighth graders for much of the night, including Eliza Stark who led the team with 11 points. Ashtyn Baribault added 11 points as well.

Northeast 2B

Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 62, Northwest Christian 50: Tessa Jantz scored 20 points to help the Broncos (6-5, 4-3) defeat the visiting Crusaders (4-6, 2-5).

Peyton Curtis added 13 points and nine rebounds for Lind-Ritzville/Sprague.

Mattea Nelson led the Crusaders with 17 points and Savanna Morasch added 10.

Davenport 60, Tekoa-Rosalia 33: Sydney Abbott scored 15 points, Sydney Zieler added 14 and the visiting Gorillas (10-1, 6-1) handled the Timberwolves (3-7, 1-5).

Davenport shot 64 percent from the field, compared to 23 percent for T-R.

Hannah Beach led T-R with seven points.

Reardan 43, Springdale 28: Kimberly Dewey scored 11 points, Lizzy Williams had 10 and Reardan (4-5, 2-4) defeated visiting Springdale (1-10, 0-7).

Reardan used an 18-10 third quarter to seize the momentum.

Springdale was paced by Chelsea Albee and Shadel Swiger with eight points apiece.

Southeast 1B

Colton 71, Waitsburg 23: Dakota Patchen scored 19 points and the Wildcats (10-1, 6-0) played smothering defense for the second consecutive night and romped past the visiting Cardinals (2-2, 2-2).

The Wildcats bolted to a 23-4 lead by the end of the first quarter, then led 40-8 at halftime.

Colton buried 13 buckets from 3-point range, with Patchen draining five and Meghan Devorak canning four.

Devorak finished with 14 points and Kendyl Druffel recorded 10 points, six rebounds and five assists.

Taylor Hays led Waitsburg with 12 points.

Pomeroy 47, Oakesdale 35: Sydney Smith scored 17 points to lead the Pirates (6-1, 5-1) over the visiting Nighthawks (8-3, 4-1).

Logan Reed had 12 points and nine rebounds while Jacey Johnson added 11 for Oakesdale.

Garfield-Palouse 44, Prescott 35: Katie Arrasmith scored 21 points to lead the visiting Vikings (3-5, 3-3) over the Tigers (0-3, 0-3).

Payson Griner added 16 points for Gar-Pal.

Bianca Flores led the Prescott with 16 points.

Touchet 43, St. John-Endicott 26: Katie Skramstad led the Indians (1-3, 1-3) with 18 points in a victory over the visiting Eagles (0-9, 0-5).

Touchet led 30-12 at halftime and limited SJ-E to two points in the third.

Kierstyn Ray brought in 11 points, eight rebounds and four assists for St. John-Endicott.

Intermountain

Priest River 40, Coeur d’Alene Charter 37: Melissa Krampert scored 16 points to help the visiting Spartans (5-7, 2-1) defeat the Panthers (7-4, 0-3).

Krampert scored 11 of her 16 points in a 19-8 fourth-quarter run for Priest River. Avery Summers added 10 points for the Spartans.

Imelda Bresee scored eight points, grabbed 13 rebounds and blocked four shots for the Panthers. Kelly Ruebke led CdAC with 11 points and Sandy Faulkner added 10.

Nonleague

West Valley 55, Sandpoint 41: Grace Phan scored 15 points and the visiting Eagles (7-5) defeated the Bulldogs (5-9).

Sophie Stahl-Hamilton added 11 points for West Valley, while Grace Kirscher led Sandpoint with 15 points.

Hellgate (Mont.) 55, Coeur d’Alene 43: Kaci Paffhausen scored 18 points and visiting Hellgate defeated the Vikings (5-7).

Hellgate used a 20-7 run in the third quarter to break away from Coeur d’Alene after a tie in the first half.

Rey Louden led Coeur d’Alene with 10 points.

Lake City 45, Eastmont 32: Nina Carlson and Lauren Rewers scored 14 points apiece and the Timberwolves (12-2) defeated the visiting Wildcats (4-8).

Capriel Halliday scored 11 points for Lake City, which led 14-4 after the first quarter.

Emily Dufour scored 12 points to pace Eastmont.

Wallace 43, Orofino 33: Sierra Brantz scored 22 points and the visiting Miners (5-4) topped the Maniacs (1-1) 43-33.

Brantz was 8 of 10 from line in fourth quarter. Maryssa Hogamier added 10 points for Wallace.

Mayra Rodriguez paced Orofino with 11 points, including a pair of 3-pointers.

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