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Girls basketball: Hailey Marlow leads West Valley to Border Clash win

From staff reports

Hailey Marlow scored 20 points and West Valley (1-1) defeated visiting Lakeland (1-3) 53-35 in the Border Clash at West Valley High School on Saturday.

In the other Border Clash contest, Genesis Wilkinson scored 15 points as East Valley (3-0) topped Lakeland (4-2) 53-35.


Clarkston 67, Freeman 53: Ashlyn Wallace scored 24 points and the Bantams (1-0) defeated the visiting Scotties (0-2).

Kettle Falls 46, Inchelium 44: Mya Edwards and Zarah Johnson both scored 15 points and the visiting Bulldogs (1-2) beat the Hornets (0-1).

Liberty 60, Lakeside (WA) 12: Maisie Burnham scored 30 points and the Lancers (1-1) defeated the visiting Eagles (0-2).

Deer Park 58, Priest River 24: Havelah Fairbanks scored 15 points and the visiting Stags (3-0) beat the Spartans (1-3).

Cusick 51, Bonners Ferry 24: Holly Ansley scored 16 points with six rebounds and the Badgers (3-0) beat the visiting Panthers (0-1).

Garfield-Palouse 25, Lakeside (ID) 23: Paige Collier scored nine points and the visiting Vikings (2-0) defeated the Knights(0-1) in a nonleague match.

Chewelah 43, Selkirk 35: Bailey Smith and Alyssa Fitzgerald both scored 13 points and the Cougars (1-1) beat the visiting Rangers (1-1).

Riverside 41, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 36: Ava West scored 10 points and the Rams (2-0) topped the visiting Broncos (1-1).

Valley Christian 57, Springdale 16: Phoebe Trigsted scored 36 points and the visiting Panthers (2-0) defeated the Chargers (1-3).

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