Bri King lit it up for 29 points and CC Spokane (17-2, 8-0) romped over Wenatchee Valley (7-11, 2-5) 89-61 in Northwest Athletic Conference play in Wenatchee on Saturday.
King went 10 of 19 from the field and drained 4 of 5 from beyond the arc. CCS hit on 10 of 14 3-point attempts overall.
Katlyn Ward went 7 of 11 for 19 points and Janessa Heine added 13. CCS shot over 59 percent as a team, including a blistering 63 percent (19 of 30) in the second half.
Talyssa Swan led Wenatchee Valley with 16 points, Whitney Shapp had 13 and Treasure Farmer added 10.
North Idaho 60, Blue Mountain 44: Shayna Allert scored 16 points and Lana Berg added 13 to lead the Cardinals (10-8, 3-4) over the Timberwolves (2-13, 0-8) in Pendleton, Oregon.
NIC led 46-38 after three quarters, then shut Blue Mountain down in the fourth, outscoring the T-wolves 14-6 in the final frame.
The Cardinals picked up 30 points off the bench, limiting Blue Mountains reserves to nine.
Gianvanna Sorn and Charity Marlatt scored 10 points apiece for NIC, with Marlatt grabbing a team-high seven rebounds – matched by Cierra Dvorak. Dvorak added five assists but was saddled by a 1-for-6 shooting performance.
Brook Haringa led Blue Mountain with 13 points. The T-Wolves were hurt on long-distance shooting, hitting just 3 of 20 from beyond the arc.
CC Spokane 90, Wenatchee Valley 85: Cesar Sandoval led five in double figures with 18 points and the Sasquatch (17-4, 6-2) edged the Knights (6-13, 2-5) in Wenatchee.
Orin Porter scored 17 points, Cameron Gay had 14, Garrett Hull added 13 and George Pilimai chipped in 12.
Wenetchee Valley was led by Justin Martin with 21 points.
North Idaho 79, Blue Mountain 58: Markus Golder led the Cardinals (17-3, 5-2) with 19 points in a win over the Timberwolves (4-14, 2-6).
Sam Dowd scored 15 points, Zaequan Satterthwaite added 12 and Jalen Burkett had 10 for NIC.
Darien Davis led Blue Mountain with 19 points while Isaiah Harris and Lucas Wyatt added 12 apiece.
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