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Girls basketball: Brie Holecek scores 21 points to lead East Valley over Lakeside

UPDATED: Tue., Dec. 10, 2019

From staff reports

East Valley 61, Lakeside 29: Brie Holecek scored 21 points and the Knights (3-1) beat the visiting Eagles (0-4) in a nonleague game on Tuesday. Katye Ustimenko led Lakeside with 10 points.

Post Falls 55, Cheney 40: Dylan Lovett scored 15 points and the visiting Trojans (2-1) beat the Blackhawks (1-2) in a nonleague game. Maggie Smith scored 18 points for Cheney.

Freeman 51, St. George’s 31: Jordyn Goldsmith led the visiting Scotties (3-1) with 12 points in a win over the Dragons (3-1). Annika Bergquist and Cambrie Rickard led St. George’s with nine points apiece.

Liberty 83, Chewelah 23: Maisie Burnham scored 26 points and the visiting Lancers (3-0) beat the Cougars (0-2) in a nonleague game. Delaney Goodwin added 18 points and Aleena Cook scored 15 points for Liberty.

Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 49, Oakesdale 47: Janaye Wilkie scored 15 points, Eliza Galbreath added 13 and the visiting Broncos (2-1) beat the Nighthawks (2-1) in a nonleague game. Jessie Reed scored 14 points with seven rebounds for Oakesdale.

Wellpinit 55, Moses Lake Christian 31: Ashlyn Hill and Lachelle Boyd scored 12 points apiece and the Redskins (2-0) beat the visiting Lions (0-1) in a nonleague game.

DeSales 37, Asotin 24: Details were unavailable.

Wilson Creek 52, Columbia 19: Details were unavailable.


Lake City 55, Lakeland 40: Brooklyn Riewers scored 31 points and the visiting Timberwolves (3-1) beat the Hawks (0-4) in a nonleague game. Katy Ryan scored 13 points and grabbed 15 boards for Lakeland.

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