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Area girls: Carmen Gfeller helps Colfax upend Davenport

From staff reports

Carmen Gfeller scored 19 points as the Bulldogs (9-4, 8-1) defeated the visiting Gorillas (11-2, 7-2) 68-46 on Saturday to move a half-game behind idle Liberty (13-0, 9-0) in the Northeast 2B South Division.

Piper Cai scored 15 points and Abbie Miller added 11 for Colfax, which rolled out to a 25-9 lead after the first quarter and closed with a 17-12 run in the fourth.

Sydney Abbott led Davenport with 18 points.

Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 54, Kettle Falls 23: Peyton Curtis scored 20 points and pulled down seven rebounds to help the Broncos (8-5, 6-3) defeat the visiting Bulldogs (3-10, 1-8).

Tessa Jantz scored 11 points with 11 rebounds for LRS, which used an 18-2 third quarter to run away.

Taylor Dunlap led Kettle Falls with 11 points.

Asotin 52, Springdale 33: Sam Nicholas and Adrienne Washington scored 14 points apiece to help the Panthers (5-5, 2-5) defeat the visiting Chargers (1-12, 0-9).

The Chargers were led by Nichole Beckman with 13 points and Makala Norris with 10.

Northwest Christian 58, Reardan 47: Natalie Smith scored 30 points to lift the visiting Crusaders (6-6, 4-5) over the Indians (4-7, 2-6).

Lizzy Williams scored 15 points and came down with 11 rebounds for the Indians.

Northeast 1B

Republic 72, Odessa-Harrington 31: Shania Graham scored 34 points and Lily Beckwith added 16 as the No. 2-ranked Tigers (14-1, 10-0) defeated the host Titans (1-10, 1-6).

In Republic’s six-game winning streak, Graham has scored 183 points, averaging 30.5 per game.

McKennah Davison led O-H with 10 points.

Almira/Coulee-Hartline 71, Inchelium 30: Tiffany Boutain scored 25 points to help the visiting Hornets (12-3, 8-1) defeat the Warriors (7-4, 5-4) to stay atop the South Division.

Kaitlin O’Neil added 18 points and Berlyn Hunt had 13 for ACH.

Jaylene Lelone led Inchelium with 10 points.

Selkirk 55, Wellpinit 37: Jenna Couch had 20 points with five steals and the Rangers (12-3, 7-3) defeated the visiting Redskins (6-4, 3-3).

Bree Dawson scored 12 points while Whitney Dawson added 11 rebounds and seven points for Selkirk.

Christina Carden-Flett scored 22 points to lead Wellpinit.

Valley Christian 55, Cusick 30: Phoebe Trigsted scored 17 points and grabbed seven rebounds to help the Panthers (8-7, 7-3) defeat the visiting Panthers (1-10, 1-8).

Kendra Pope added 13 points for Valley Christian while Nicole Spensgar led Cusick with 10 points.

Northport 39, Columbia 30: Hailey Young scored 21 points and the Mustangs (2-12, 1-8) beat the visiting Lions (0-12, 0-8).

Ashtyn Baribault added 14 points for Northport.

Columbia was led by Lexi Nelson with 13 points and Gabreanna Singer with 10.

Southeast 1B

Oakesdale 56, Waitsburg 17: Anne Hockett scored 16 points to help the Nighthawks (10-3, 6-1) cruise past the visiting Cardinals (1-5, 0-2).

Logan Reed also scored 11 points and grabbed six rebounds for the Nighthawks.

Colton 79, Prescott 10: Jordyn Moehrle scored 26 points as the visiting Wildcats (11-2, 6-1) bounced back from their first loss in league play in 7 years to rout the Tigers (0-4, 0-4).

Abby Kelly added 10 points for Colton, which led 26-0 after the first quarter and 58-4 at halftime.

Garfield-Palouse 47, St. John-Endicott 30: Katie Arrasmith scored 27 points to help the Vikings (4-5, 4-3) defeat the visiting Eagles (0-11, 0-6).

St. John-Endicott was led by Glory Dickerson with 11 points.

4A Inland Empire League

Sandpoint 38, Moscow 37: Trinity Golder scored 17 points and grabbed six rebounds to help the Bulldogs (6-9, 1-0) defeat the visiting Bears (3-7, 1-1).

Grace Kischer added 14 points for Sanpoint while Gracey Meyer led Moscow with 14.

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