Evan Nomee hit from halfcourt as time expired in regulation to force overtime and Rogers used an 8-0 run in overtime to secure an 80-74 win over visiting sixth-seeded Southridge in a District 8 3A first-round matchup on Tuesday.
Jahil Frans led the No. 3 seed Pirates (9-12) with 33 points and Maks Babich added 25 – including eight in the extra session.
Dante Ragsdale paced Southridge (7-14) with 33 points and Anthony Jackson had 19.
Rogers faces No. 2 seed Kamiakin in a semifinal on Friday while Southridge moves to a loser-out on Tuesday.
North Central 51, Kennewick 46: Isaiah Lockett scored 14 points, Rashawn Lemory added 12 and the visiting fifth-seeded Indians (11-11) topped the No. 4 seed Lions (9-13). Jenner Norwood led Kennewick with 23 points. North Central advanced to face No. 1 seed Mt. Spokane in a semifinal on Friday, while Kennewick faces a loser-out on Tuesday.
District 7 1A First Round
Lakeside 74, Deer Park 63: Tristan Cox scored 26 points, Micah Holmes added 15 and the No. 3 seed Eagles (12-9) eliminated the visiting sixth-seeded Stags (9-11). Isaac Berglund paced Deer Park with 28 points. Lakeside advanced to face No. 2 seed Newport in a semifinal at West Valley HS on Friday.
Medical Lake 59, Chewelah 52: Derek Steege scored 25 points, Jacquez Johnson added 13 and the No. 4 seed Cardinals (11-11) eliminated the visiting fifth-seeded Cougars (9-11). Elan Krausz led Chewelah with 16 points. Medical Lake faces No. 1 seed Freeman in a semifinal at West Valley HS on Friday.
District 7 2B first round
Asotin 73, Springdale 49: Eli Engledow scored 16 points and the Panthers (9-10) downed the Chargers (7-13) at West Valley HS. Dustin Cates led Springdale with 15 points. Asotin faces North Division No. 1 St. George’s in a quarterfinal on Thursday while Springdale plays a loser-out game on Saturday.
Davenport 65, Tekoa-Rosalia 40: Peyton Buchanan scored 13 points with 12 rebounds and the Gorillas (11-10) beat the Timberwolves (4-17). Mitchell Billings scored 14 for Tekoa-Rosalia. Izaiah Bowdish and Jaden Flett had 12 points apiece for Davenport, which advances to play South Division No. 2 seed Colfax on Thursday. T-R faces a loser-out on Saturday.
Reardan 39, Kettle Falls 38: Cade Francis scored 14 points with eight rebounds and hit the winner with 3.1 seconds left and the Indians (7-14) beat the Bulldogs (7-14). Cade McKern led Kettle Falls with 12 points. Reardan faces South Division No. 1 seed Liberty in a quarterfinal on Thursday while Kettle Falls plays a loser-out game on Saturday.
Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 48, Wilbur-Creston 47: Bryce Kelly hit a buzzer-beating layup to cap a wild finish and the Broncos (12-9) escaped against the Wildcats (2-19). Camden Smith led LRS with 12 points while Kelly finished with 10. Brayden Saylor paced W-C with 13 points. LRS faces North Division No. 2 Northwest Christian in a quarterfinal on Thursday while W-C faces a loser-out game on Saturday.
District 7 1B first round
Cusick 74, Columbia 47: Kobe Seymour scored 16 points and Dylan Hendershott added 13 points with nine rebounds and the host Panthers (15-5) raced past the Lions (10-10). Donovan Wynne scored 14 points and Corbin Nelson added 13 for Columbia. Cusick advanced to play ACH in a semifinal while Columbia faces a loser-out against Republic on Saturday at Deer Park HS.
Almira/Coulee-Hartline 48, Republic 14: Maguire Isaak scored 11 points, Chase Gerard added 10 and the Warriors (16-5) beat the visiting Tigers (6-16). Joe Koepke led Republic with seven points.
Odessa 83, Northport 12: Ryan Moffett scored 25 points and the Tigers (19-2) beat the visiting Mustangs (5-16). Odessa advanced to a semifinal against Wellpinit and Northport faces a loser-out against Selkirk on Saturday at Deer Park HS.
Wellpinit 61, Selkirk 40: Xavier Brown scored 14 points, Tyrone Dorris added 13 and the visiting Redskins (15-6) downed the Rangers (11-9). Justin Krabbenhoft led Selkirk with 13 points.
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