O’Shanti Coleman scored 16 points on 7-of-9 shooting and added five steals, and Boise State defeated Eastern Washington 67-55 Friday in nonconference women’s basketball in Boise.
Braydey Hodgins, whose sisters played at EWU, added 14 points for the Broncos (6-2).
Jessica McDowell-White scored a team-high 15 points for the Eagles (1-6), who opened a six-game road trip. Violet Kapri White scored 14 points, giving her double-digit points in all seven games this season.
North Idaho 77, North Idaho All-Stars 62: Keara Simpson scored 21 points and grabbed 13 rebounds, and the Cardinals (4-1) defeated the All-Stars in Coeur d’Alene.
Alex Carlton chipped in 17 points, while Alivia Williams scored 15 for NIC. Halle Eborall added 11 points and eight boards.
Molly Druffel led the All-Stars with 16 points.
Thomas More 104, Whitworth 65: Madison Temple notched 20 points and 10 rebounds, and the fourth-ranked Saints plowed past the Pirates at the Kim Evanger Raney Classic in Walla Walla.
Shelby Rupp added 14 points and Kaela Saner and Asyah Mitchell scored 12 points each for Thomas More. Seven Saints (10-0) scored in double figures. Thomas More led 36-7 after the first quarter and shot 63 percent (42 of 67) from the floor.
Jordan Smith led Whitworth (5-2) with 14 points, and Megan Dorney scored 10. The loss broke the Pirates’ five-game winning run.
CC Spokane 55, Southwestern Oregon 44: Jessica Olson tallied 15 points, 14 rebounds and five assists, and the Sasquatch topped the Lakers at the Everett Tournament.
Shania Graham added 14 points and Katlyn Ostrowski scored 12. Alexia Novelli chipped in 12 rebounds as CCS (3-1) dominated the glass, outrebounding the Lakers (3-4) 49-26.
Jasey Ramelow paced SW Oregon with 13 points.
The Sasquatch will face Lower Columbia today.
JR Delgado netted 29 points, Asher Cox added 22, and CC Spokane beat Umpqua 94-89 at the Dale J. Bates Invitational in Eugene.
Edgar Najera and Garrett White contributed 12 points apiece for CCS (6-1).
Eri Klekas scored 34 points for Umpqua (3-3).
CCS will play Lane today.
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