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Girls basketball: Davenport tops Reardan to advance to semifinals

UPDATED: Thu., Feb. 8, 2018

From staff reports

Darby Soliday scored 19 points and Davenport (18-3) defeated Reardan (8-14) 55-28 in a District 7 2B quarterfinal at West Valley HS on Thursday.

Kim Dewey led Reardan with 13 points.

Davenport, rated No. 2 in Class 2B in WIAA’s RPI calculations, advanced to play Liberty in a semifinal on Tuesday while Reardan faces Springdale in a loser-out game on Saturday.

Liberty 53, Northwest Christian 43: Maisie Burnham scored 17 points and the Lancers (14-7) defeated the Crusaders (16-6).

Natalie Smith led Northwest Christian with 13 points.

Liberty advances to play Davenport in a semifinal on Tuesday while Northwest Christian faces Kettle Falls in a loser-out game on Saturday.

Colfax 49, Asotin 12: Carmen Gfeller scored 24 points and had 10 rebounds and the Bulldogs (17-4) beat the Panthers (5-14).

Adrienne Washington led Asotin with five points.

Colfax will next play St. George’s in a semifinal on Tuesday while Asotin will face Tekoa-Rosalia in a loser-out game on Saturday.

St. George’s 52, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 16: Ceci Bergquist and Cambria Rickard scored 12 points apiece and the Dragons (16-5) routed the Broncos (11-10).

St. George’s faces Colfax in a semifinal on Tuesday while LRS moves to loser-out against Wilbur-Creston on Saturday.

Idaho 5A District 1-2 second place

Lewiston 47, Lake City 42: Demi Randall scored 18 points and the Bengals (17-7) eliminated the Timberwolves (14-10).

Bridget Rieken scored 21 points to pace Lake City.

Lewiston advanced to face District 3 fifth-place Boise in a play-in to state on Saturday.

Idaho 2A District 1-2

St. Maries 52, Grangeville 45: Kaylee Auer and Madison Cordell scored 13 points apiece and the Lumberjacks (13-6) defeated the Bulldogs (12-10) to even a best-of-three game series at Genesee HS.

Paige Lindsley scored 16 points to pace Grangeville.

St. Maries and Grangeville will play again Saturday to determine who will advance to state.

Idaho 1ADII District 1

Genesis Prep 47, Kootenai 38: Bella Murekatete scored 24 points and the Jaguars (13-9) defeated the Warriors (3-12) at Lakeside high school. Kaili Gentry led Kootenai with a game-high 28 points.

Genesis Prep advances to play in the district title game on Saturday.

Lakeside (ID) 44, Clark Fork 38: Lakeside (10-11) defeated Clark Fork (6-10) and will advance to play Genesis Prep in the title game on Saturday.

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