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Area boys: Jared Anderson scores 25 points and sixth-ranked Pullman tops Cheney

Jan. 31, 2017 Updated Tue., Jan. 31, 2017 at 11:54 p.m.

From staff reports

Jared Anderson scored 25 points and and Pullman (13-5, 6-4) beat visiting Cheney (8-11, 1-10) 60-40 on Tuesday in Great Northern League play.

Jacob Wells added 10 points for Pullman, sixth in state 2A in the latest WIAA RPI ratings. The Greyhounds used a 14-4 second-quarter run to take control and a 20-8 fourth quarter to pull away.

Devin Cook scored 15 points to lead Cheney.

Clarkston 48, West Valley 28: Jett Sobotta scored 14 points and the Bantams (17-2, 11-0) handled the visiting Eagles (9-10, 4-7).

Travis Hansen added 11 points for Clarkston, which shut out West Valley 21-0 in the second quarter. Clarkston is ranked No. 1 in state 2A in the latest RPI ratings.

The Eagles were led by Collin Sather with 10 points.

Northeast A

Newport 67, Colville 43: Owen Leslie scored 18 points and the visiting Grizzlies (13-6, 10-3), ranked 10th in state 1A, topped the Indians (5-14, 3-10).

Koa Pancho scored 17 points and Kade Zorica added 11 points for Newport, which remains in second in league, three games behind leader Freeman.

Newport outscored Colville in every quarter. The Griz forced 23 turnovers while the offense only committed six.

Ty Sandaine scored 10 points to lead Colville.

Lakeside 67, Medical Lake 57: Jacob Gifford scored 13 points and the Eagles (10-9, 8-5) knocked off the visiting Cardinals (12-7, 8-5).

Lakeside is now tied with Medical Lake, ranked 11 in state 1A, for third place in league.

Medical Lake went up 10-0 early in the first quarter, but Lakeside closed it to 16-13 after one. Lakeside’s offense exploded with 20 points win the second to lead 33-23 at the break. Hunter Meyer scored 12 points and Tristan Cox added 10 for the Eagles

Nizhole Sherman led three in double figures for Medical Lake with 18 points while Xavier Butler added 13 points and Trenten Garza had 12.

Chewelah 45, Riverside 43: Ryder Robinson hit the game-winning 3-pointer with fifteen seconds and the Cougars (8-10, 4-9) edged the visiting Rams (2-18, 0-13).

Robinson’s game-winner capped a 15-9 fourth-quarter rally. Robinson finished with eight points, while Owen Baldwin led Chewelah with 11 points.

Thaddeus Trepanier and Kory Cross led Riverside with 12 points apiece.

Northeast 2B

Northwest Christian 59, Springdale 51: Ryan Ricks scored 30 points and the North Division-leading visiting Crusaders (17-1, 14-0) outscored the Chargers (11-7, 7-7), staying undefeated in league play.

Ricks finished 10 of 21 from the floor while shooting 8 of 10 from the line for NWC, ranked fifth in state 2B.

Northwest Christian led 39-22 at intermission while Springdale made up a good chunk of the deficit in the second half. The Chargers were able to limit Asher Cox (19 points) to four points after halftime, but Ricks picked up the slack for NWC.

Springdale finished with four in double figures; Chandler Carr scored 17 points, Tyrone Dorris had 13 points, Austin Howser added 11 points and Enoch Clemmer contributed 10. Carr and Howder added 10 rebounds apiece.

St. George’s 73, Kettle Falls 29: Cade Peplinski scored 19 points with eight rebounds to lead the Dragons (11-7, 10-4) over the visiting Bulldogs (5-13, 2-12).

St. George’s built a 43-14 lead at halftime. Erik Farias scored 18 points with seven assists and Xander Werkman added 16 points with seven boards.

Kettle Falls was led by Jake Kenney and Matt Thompson with seven points apiece.

Asotin 72, Tekoa-Rosalia 66: Eli Engledow scored 26 points and and the Panthers (9-8, 9-5) beat the visiting Timberwolves (4-14, 2-12).

Chase Klappenbach added 13 points for Asotin, which withstood a 21-14 run by T-R in the fourth.

Devin Cripe and Mitchell Billings scored 20 points apiece to pace Tekoa-Rosalia.

Wilbur-Creston 46, Davenport 35: Layne Smith scored 13 points and the Wildcats (6-12, 54-9) defeated the visiting Gorillas (7-11, 6-8).

Close throughout, W-C used a 19-10 third quarter to pull ahead. Tucker Odegaard added 10 points for the Wildcats

Jaden Flett scored 12 points to pace Davenport.

Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 57, Reardan 43: Bryce Kelly scored 12 points, Camden Smith added 11 and the visiting Broncos (7-11, 5-9) defeated the Indians (3-15, 2-12).

The Broncos used a 17-9 fourth quarter to pull away.

Reardan was led by Andrew Alsept and his 17 points.

Northeast 1B

Almira/Coulee-Hartline 71, Columbia 25: Mac Isaak and Payton Nielsen scored 24 points apiece and the visiting Warriors (17-2, 13-0) defeated the Lions (2-17, 1-13).

ACH, ranked seventh in state 1B, led 20-5 after the first quarter and 48-12 at intermission.

Austin Cook scored nine points to pace Columbia.

Selkirk 62, Inchelium 57: Jacob Couch scored 23 points, Austin Robertson added 17 and the visiting Rangers (16-4, 12-3) edged the Hornets (10-9, 9-6).

Inchelium had the lead with under three minutes to go but Selkirk battled back to tie and then take the lead on a bucket by Calvin Petrich, a free throw by Brayden Taylor and a pair from the line free by Couch.

Winston Finley scored 14 points to lead the Hornets and Kobe Seymour added 11.

Republic 34, Northport 25: Joe Koepke scored 10 points and the Tigers (8-11, 6-9) tipped the visiting Mustangs (6-14, 3-12).

Aiden Middlesworth led Northport with 11 points.

Inland Empire 5A

Post Falls 69, Lake City 49: Colby Gennett scored 18 points and the visiting Trojans (13-2, 4-0) beat the Timberwolves (12-5, 2-4).

Post Falls, ranked third this week in Idaho state 5A media poll, outscored Lake City in each of the four quarters. Tanner McCliment-Call added 17 points and Jake Pfennigs had 10.

Kenny Louie-McGee led Lake City with 17 points and Duncan Butler added 10.

Inland Empire 4A

Lakeland 56, Moscow 48: Kaden Davis scored 20 points and the visiting Hawks (6-12, 2-1) topped the Bears (6-7, 2-1).

Down by two points after three quarters, Lakeland got three consecutive steals by Dylan Vahey to start the fourth quarter and closed on a 17-11 run. Vahey finished with 18 points and Dylan Knight added 11.

Cooper Stephens led Moscow with 20 points while Glen Gosse added 11.

North Star

Genesis Prep 90, Lakeside 24: Jonny Hillman scored 26 points and the visiting Jaguars (11-4, 6-0) routed the Knights (5-8, 2-4).

Stephane Manzi scored 20 points for Genesis Prep, ranked third in state 1A, Division II, while Junior Williams added 11 points and Jacob Schroeder 10.

Takoda Abrahamson led Lakeside with 11 points.


Timberlake 65, Clark Fork 28: Brenden Jessen scored 14 points and the visiting Tigers (7-4) defeated the Wampus Cats (5-7).

Spencer Jeffres scored 17 points to lead Clark Fork.

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