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Boys basketball: Nick Drynan scores 23 points, West Valley defeats Lake City

UPDATED: Fri., Nov. 30, 2018

From staff reports

Border Clash at West Valley HS

West Valley 59, Lake City 49: Nick Drynan scored 23 points and the Eagles (1-0) beat the visiting Timberwolves (0-1) on Friday.

Lakeland 65, East Valley 31: Jalen Skalskiy scored 20 points and the Hawks (1-0) downed the visiting Knights (0-2). Josiah Haaland added 13 points and 11 rebounds for Lakeland.


Medical Lake 73, Liberty 65: Ashton Hamilton-Becker scored 17 points and the Cardinals (1-0) defeated the visiting Lancers (0-1). Isaak Ottmar led Liberty with 32 points.

Colfax 82, Pomeroy 38: Carson Cloaninger scored 31 points and the Bulldogs (1-0) beat the visiting Pirates (0-1).

Wilbur-Creston 61, Republic 38: Kasen Bodeau scored 26 points with five steals and the Wildcats (1-0) beat the visiting Tigers (0-1).

Springdale 59, Northport 28: Dustin Cates scored 16 points and the visiting Chargers (1-1) beat the Mustangs (0-2).

Kettle Falls 68, Selkirk 63: Charlie Andrews scored 20 points and the visiting Bulldogs (1-1) held off the Rangers (0-1). Ten three-point field goals including four by Carter Matney in the first quarter helped the Bulldogs build a 17-point halftime lead.

St. George’s 75, Kittitas 66: Ben Adams scored 22 points and the visiting Dragons (1-0) beat the Coyotes (0-1). Gonzaga recruit Brock Ravet scored 26 points for Kittitas.

Kellogg 61, Timberlake 54: Tyrele Davis scored 13 points and the Wildcats (1-1) defeated the Tigers (0-2) in the first round of the Silver Valley Tournament. Brennan Atkins scored 11 points for Kellogg.

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