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Girls basketball: Jayda Noble and Medical Lake take 1A district title

UPDATED: Wed., Feb. 14, 2018

The girls All-Northeast A League team announced at the tournament at West Valley HS on Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2018. (from left: coach Kyle Lundberg (Medical Lake), MVP Sienna Swannack (Lakeside), Jayda Noble (ML), Krislyn Koler (Chewelah), Makayla Geiger (ML), Hallie Jensen (Lak), Jocylin Nenema (Newport), Isabelle Miller (Freeman), Ava West (Riverside), Lexie Redell (ML), Payge Rose (Deer Park). Not pictured: Hallie Cox (Colville). (Dave Nichols / The Spokesman-Review)
The girls All-Northeast A League team announced at the tournament at West Valley HS on Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2018. (from left: coach Kyle Lundberg (Medical Lake), MVP Sienna Swannack (Lakeside), Jayda Noble (ML), Krislyn Koler (Chewelah), Makayla Geiger (ML), Hallie Jensen (Lak), Jocylin Nenema (Newport), Isabelle Miller (Freeman), Ava West (Riverside), Lexie Redell (ML), Payge Rose (Deer Park). Not pictured: Hallie Cox (Colville). (Dave Nichols / The Spokesman-Review)
From staff reports

Jayda Noble scored 12 points and Medical Lake (21-0) defeated Lakeside (16-6) 54-33 on Wednesday in the District 7 1A championship game at West Valley HS on Wednesday.

The Cardinals, rated No. 5 in WIAA’s RPI calculations, advance to the state tournament which starts with the regional round on Feb. 23.

Emily Munson added 10 points for Medical Lake, which led 28-15 at intermission.

Sienna Swannack, who was named MVP of the Northeast A League earlier in the day, had 15 points for Lakeside.

Lakeside hosts Caribou Trail League third-place finisher Okanogan in a crossover game on Saturday with a berth to regionals on the line.

Freeman 59, Chewelah 35: Anna Chisholm scored 13 points and the Scotties (13-9) beat the Cougars (12-10) in the District 7 1A third-place game at West Valley.

Freeman led 32-17 at intermission.

The Scotties travel to face CTL second-place finisher Omak on Saturday in a crossover game.

Jaelynn Skok led Chewelah with 10 points.

Selkirk 65, Wellpinit 53: Gabi Rick and Bree Dawson scored 17 points apiece and the No. 8-rated Rangers (19-4) eliminated the Redskins (12-9) in a District 7 1B loser-out game at Deer Park HS.

Whitney Dawson added 10 points with 15 rebounds for Selkirk.

The Rangers advanced to play Inchelium in a loser-out game at Deer Park HS on Friday.

Jada Orr and Ashlynn Hill had 10 points apiece to pace Wellpinit.

Inchelium 44,Valley Christian 41: Meika Heath had 15 points and the Hornets (17-6) edged the Panthers (14-9) in a District 7 1B loser-out at Deer Park HS.

\Kendra Pope and Phoebe Trigsted led Valley Christian with 10 points apiece. Inchelium advances to play Selkirk on Friday in a loser-out game at Deer Park HS.

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