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Girls basketball: Genesis Wilkinson’s 24 points gives East Valley important win over Clarkston

UPDATED: Tue., Jan. 15, 2019

From staff reports

Genesis Wilkinson scored 24 points and East Valley (14-1, 6-1) overcame a 10-point first quarter deficit to edge visiting Clarkston (13-1, 6-1) 72-69 on Tuesday in a Great Northern League game.

Faith Adams added 19 points for East Valley.

Ashlyn Wallace scored 24 points, Mikayla Jackson 20 and AJ Sobotta 13 for Clarkston.

West Valley 73, Cheney 43: Hailey Marlow and Nevaeh Sherwood scored 16 points apiece and the visiting Eagles (6-5, 3-3) beat the Blackhawks (5-9, 1-5). Jillian Taylor added 14 points and Alyssa Amann 11 for West Valley. Aijia Loffredi led Cheney with 17 points; Maggie Smith added 14.

Northeast A

Freeman 59, Deer Park 45: Jordyn Goldsmith and Macy Luhr scored 11 points apiece and the Scotties (11-4, 6-1) beat the visiting Stags (11-4, 4-3). Taylor Lyons led Deer Park with 15 points and Havelah Fairbanks scored 10.

Medical Lake 49, Lakeside (WA) 31: Jessica Lohman scored 13 points and the Cardinals (10-5, 6-1) downed the visiting Eagles (4-11, 2-5). Lexie Redell added 11 points for Medical Lake. Kendra Gay led Lakeside with eight points.

Colville 47, Newport 38: McKenna Reggear scored 19 points and the visiting Indians (9-6, 5-2) defeated the Grizzlies (2-11,1-6). Alika Robinson led Newport with 16 points, while Hallie Cox scored 14 points for Colville.

Northeast 2B

Liberty 62, Reardan 25: Maise Burnham scored a game-high 28 points and the visiting Lancers (8-6, 4-1 ) beat the Indians (6-7, 1-4). Kendyl Fletcher scored 12 points and Emma Holwegner added 11 points for Liberty. Kimberly Dewey scored 15 points to lead Reardan.


Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 68, St. John-Endicott/LaCrosse 59: Dakota Killian scored 26 points and the visiting Broncos (9-6) toppled the Eagles (5-9). Eliza Galbreath added 19 points for Lind-Ritzville/Sprague. Brooklyn Bailey scored 19 points to lead St. John-Endicott LaCrosse; Glory Dickerson added five steals and Riley Lamb five blocks.

Valley Christian 53, Curlew 44: Phoebe Trigsted had 25 points with five 3-pointers and the Panthers (11-3) defeated the visiting Cougars (7-4). Hannah McIrvin had 16 points for Curlew. Kendra Pope had nine points with 13 rebounds and Karrah Pope added 15 points. Korin Baker added 15 points for Curlew.

Inchelium 58, Springdale 26: Rylee Desautel scored 18 points and the Hornets (9-5) beat the visiting Chargers (2-13). Chenoa Erickson scored 14 points for Inchelium.

Oakesdale 53 Odessa 34: Logan Reed scored 25 points and the visiting Nighthawks (13-2) defeated the Tigers (3-10). Lizzy Perry also scored 20 points for Oakesdale.

Garfield-Palouse 46, Potlatch 32: Riley Peterson scored 24 points and the Vikings (9-6) defeated the visiting Loggers (3-14).


Lake City at Post Falls: Klaire Michell scored 10 points and the visiting Timberwolves (16-2, 4-0) defeated the Trojans (3-15, 0-4) in an IEL 5A league game. Sandy Faulkner led Post Falls with 11 points.

Coeur d’Alene 56, Lewiston 51: Kelley Horning scored 18 points and grabbed 10 rebounds and the visiting Vikings (7-6, 3-1) defeated the Bengals (7-6 1-3). Jaelyn Adams scored 11 points and Skylar Burke added 10 points for Coeur d’Alene. Holly Wells scored 17 points and Kendyll Kinzer added 16 points for Lewiston.

Timberlake 43, Moscow 19: Brooke Jessen scored 22 points and the visiting Tigers (15-2) beat the Bears (6-11).

St. Maries 40, Sandpoint 36: Kaci Haeg scored 22 points and the visiting Lumberjacks (8-5) beat the Bulldogs (3-11) in overtime. Hattie Larson and Maddie Morgan led Sandpoint with 11 points apiece.

Genesis Prep 56, Kootenai 17: Bella Murekatete scored 19 points and the visiting Jaguars (7-7, 3-1) defeated the Warriors (1-7, 0-3) in a North Star League match. Trinity Morrow scored 12 points for Genesis Prep.

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