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Girls basketball: Jessie Lohman and Jaycee Oliver help Medical Lake clinch Northeast A league title

UPDATED: Tue., Jan. 30, 2018

 (AP)
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From staff reports

Jessie Lohman and Jaycee Oliver scored 12 points apiece Tuesday and Medical Lake (13-0 NEA) downed visiting Lakeside (11-2) 50-37 to clinch the Northeast A girls basketball title.

Maiya Martinez led Lakeside with 10 points.

Freeman 66, Deer Park 36: Isabelle Miller scored 16 points and the Scotties (8-5 NEA) defeated the visiting Stags (3-10). JoJo Bunch paced Deer Park with 13 points.

Newport 53, Colville 37: Jocelin Nenema scored 15 points with 20 rebounds and the Grizzlies (6-7 NEA) beat the visiting Indians (4-9). Hallie Cox led Colville with 11 points.

Riverside 43, Chewelah 42: Britney Nortz scored 15 points and the Rams (1-12 NEA) held off the visiting Cougars (6-7). Krislyn Koler led Chewelah with 20 points.

Great Northern League

Clarkston 45, West Valley 31: Ashlyn Wallace scored 20 points and the visiting Bantams (9-3 GNL) beat the Eagles (4-8). Hailey Marlow led West Valley with 16 points.

Pullman 74, Cheney 67: Rian Clear scored 26 points and the visiting Greyhounds (2-9 GNL) beat the Blackhawks (3-8). Maggie Smith led Cheney with 15 points.

Northeast 2B

Colfax 61, Liberty 48: Greta Geier scored 20 points and the Bulldogs (11-2 NE 2B) overcame the visiting Lancers (10-4). Maisie Burnham led Liberty with 23 points.

St. George’s 53, Kettle Falls 38: Ceci Bergquist scored 16 points and the visiting Dragons (12-2 NE 2B) defeated the Bulldogs (5-9). Ceci Bergquist scored 16 points to pace St. George’s.

Northwest Christian 60, Springdale 20: Natalie Smith scored 13 points with 12 steals and the Crusaders (11-3 NE 2B) downed the visiting Chargers (1-12). Springdale’s Nichole Beckman posted eight points with 12 rebounds.

Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 59, Reardan 22: Peyton Curtis scored 20 points and the Broncos (8-6 NE 2B) defeated the visiting Indians (4-10). Chloe Pimley and Kim Dewey paced Reardan with five points apiece.

Northeast 1B

Davenport 53, Wilbur-Creston 18: Sydney Zeiler scored 17 points and the Gorillas (13-1 NE 2B) raced past the visiting Wildcats (3-11). Alicia Johnson led Wilbur-Creston with seven points.

Almira/Coulee-Hartline 61, Columbia 12: Tiffany Boutain and Caitlin O’Neil scored 10 points apiece and the Warriors (13-1 NE 1B) beat the visiting Lions (0-15). Lexi Nelson led Columbia with 10 points.

Northwest Christian 60, Springdale 21: Natalie Smith scored 13 points with 12 steals and the Crusaders (11-3 NE 2B) downed the visiting Chargers (1-12). Springdale’s Nichole Beckman posted eight points with 12 rebounds.

Valley Christian 62, Wellpinit 51: Phoebe Trigsted scored 30 points and the visiting Panthers (9-5 NE 1B) beat the Redskins (8-6). Ashlynn Hill and Christina Flett scored 12 points apiece for Wellpinit.

Northport 58, Republic 12: Ashtyn Baribault tallied 18 points and the Mustangs (4-11 NE 1B) defeated the visiting Tigers (1-15). Lindsey Leonard scored five points to lead Republic.

Asotin 51, Tekoa-Rosalia 49: Adrienne Washington scored 26 points and the Panthers (3-10 NE 2B) beat the Timberwolves (0-11). Jillian Bruce led Tekoa-Rosalia with 16 points.

Idaho

Sandpoint 55, Lakeland 19: Grace Kirscher scored 14 points and the visiting Bulldogs (3-0 Inland Empire League 4A) defeated the Hawks (0-4) in Rathdrum. Sofi Schnepf paced Lakeland with seven points.

Timberlake 71, Bonners Ferry 49: Lilly Kelley scored 15 points and the visiting Tigers (6-0 IML) beat the Badgers (3-2 Intermountain League). Skeen, Wenk and Ansley scored 11 points apiece for Bonners Ferry.

Kellogg 58, Priest River 54.

Genesis Prep 48, Lakeside (ID) 42.

Wallace 33, Kootenai 29.

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