Lexi Redell scored 16 points to help visiting Medical Lake (15-2, 11-0), ranked 10th in state 1A in the latest RPI ratings, defeat Newport (4-13, 7-8) 41-27 on Tuesday in Northeast A play.
Jayda Noble added 14 points for Medical Lake, which jumped out to a 16-7 lead after the first quarter and pulled away with a 12-4 fourht-quarter run.
Jocelin Nenema scored eight points and Jalin Earl grabbed 11 rebounds for Newport.
Colville 59, Lakeside (WA) 47: Hayden Hartman scored 20 points and the Indians (5-12, 4-7) upset the visiting Eagles (11-6, 8-3).
Without key player Sienna Swannack, Lakeside wasn’t able to hold back Hartman and a strong performance by the Colville squad.
Hallie Jensen scored 15 points and Joelle Mahowald added 13 to lead Lakeside.
Chewelah 46, Deer Park 29: Maggie Cobb tallied 17 points and the visiting Cougars (11-5, 7-4) topped the Stags (9-8, 6-5).
Chewelah took control with a 16-5 second-quarter run.
Deer Park was led by Hava Fairbanks with eight points.
Riverside 46, Freeman 39: Olivia Willis scored 17 points and the visiting Rams (3-15, 1-10) used a strong first half to defeat the Scotties (5-12, 4-7).
Riverside ran out to a 17-8 lead after one quarter and led 28-14 at intermission.
The Scotties were led by Bradee Parisotto and Kyla Hansen with eight points apiece.
East Valley 54, Clarkston 37: Faith Adams scored 18 points and the visiting Knights (11-6, 8-1) topped the Bantams (8-8, 5-4).
Brie Holecek also added 14 points for the Knights and Mikinzie Packwood scored 15 points for the Bantams.
West Valley 48, Cheney 36: Hailey Marlow scored 11 points, Kelsie Sinclair added 10 and the Eagles (10-6, 4-4) defeated the visiting Blackhawks (9-8, 4-5).
Kim Koppenstein also scored nine points and grabbed nine rebounds for West Valley, which scored 12 points in each of the four quarters and limited Cheney to six points in both the third and fourth quarters.
Brette Draper led Cheney with eight points.
Liberty 78, Tekoa-Rosalia 52: Maisie Burnham scored 31 points with 10 rebounds and four steals and the Lancers (15-1, 11-1), ranked sixth in state 2B, defeated the visiting Timberwolves (4-11, 2-10).
Liberty led 34-29 at halftime and Liberty came out strong after intermission, scoring 22 points in both the third and fourth quarters. Christine Denny scored 15 points which Madelynne Flaig added eight points with 13 rebounds and four steals.
Tatiana Mendoza scored 17 points to lead Tekoa-Rosalia and Hannah Beach added 11.
Curlew 66, Columbia 35: Korin Baker led the Cougars (9-8, 7-7) with 31 points in a victory over the visiting Lions (0-16, 0-12).
MeganJoe Beedle scored in 14 points for Curlew, which jumped out to a 22-11 lead after the first quarter and used a 15-3 third to seal it. Curlew out-rebounded Columbia 48-16.
Gabreanna Singer led Columbia with 14 points, while eighth-grader Lexi Nelson earned 10 points.
Oakesdale 47, Dayton 38: Jacey Johnson scored 17 points and the visiting Nighthawks (13-3, 9-1) defeated the Bulldogs (14-1).
Anne Lockett added 10 points for Oakesdale, which is ranked fourth in state 1B.
Jenna Phillips and Shayla Currin scored 14 points to pace Dayton, which entered play ranked first in state 2B.
Pomeroy 53, Odessa-Harrington 59: Madison Dixon scored 13 points and the visiting Pirates (10-4) dumped the Titans (3-13).
Sydney Smith added nine points for Pomeroy, which is ranked fifth in state 1B.
Maleah Davison scored seven points and grabbed eight rebounds for the Titans.
Northwest Christian 72, Genesis Prep 47: Natalie Smith finished with 17 points with six steals and the Crusaders (8-7) defeated the visiting Jaguars (8-4).
NWC led by four after the first quarter, then took over the game with a 24-8 second quarter. Steffanie Kiourkas scored 16 points and Mattea Nelson scored 15 points with six assists, while Jordan Rabe scored 11 points with 14 rebounds, producing her first career double-double.
Bella Murekatete led Genesis Prep with 26 points and 20 rebounds, and Rachel Schroder
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