Violet Kapri Morrow’s three-point play in the closing seconds of overtime capped her career-high 37-point effort, lifting Eastern Washington over Montana State 89-87 in Bozeman on Saturday.
The Eagles, down 55-41 after three quarters, outscored the Bobcats 33-19 to force OT. Alissa Sealby added 18 points, Leva DePriest 12 for EWU (4-11, 3-3 Big Sky). Claire Lundberg’s 19 paced MSU (9-8, 4-3).
Montana 82, Idaho 79: Jace Henderson’s 31 points and 12 rebounds powered the Griz past the Vandals in a Big Sky game in Missoula. Sammy Fatkin added 19 points for Montana (9-7, 4-3). Taylor Pierce scored 28 points and Mikayla Ferenz added 20 points and 10 boards for Idaho (7-8, 4-2).
Whitworth 81, Pacific Lutheran 57: Talia Brandner’s 21 points off the bench led the Pirates past the visiting Lutes. Camy Aguinaldo had 10 for Whitworth (9-8, 4-4 NWC). Mackenzie Cooper and Madison Salisbury had 12 apiece for PLU (11-5, 4-4).
Wenatchee Valley 76, CC Spokane 43: Ashlynn Burgess scored 21 points, Cariann Kunkel added 15 as the Knights (16-2, 5-0 NWAC) outscored the host Sasquatch 51-22 in the second half. Jessica Olson’s 12 points paced CC Spokane (14-4, 3-3).
North Idaho 71, Blue Mountain 49: Alex Carlton’s 23 points led the Cardinal past the Timberwolves (2-13, 0-5 NWAC) in Pendleton, Oregon. Heidi Sellman added 10 for NIC (13-4, 3-2).
Spokane CC 95, Wenatchee Valley 86: Anthony Parker scored 24 points and Dedrick Pakootas came off the bench for 22 as the Sasquatch overcame Malik Parsons’ 43 points, storming back from a seven-point halftime deficit to beat the visiting Knights. Garrett White added 14 points, Isaiah Gotell 13 for CC Spokane (14-5, 5-1 NWAC), which outscored Wenatchee Valley (8-8, 0-5) 57-41 in the second half.
North Idaho 137, Blue Mountain 69: Alphonso Anderson scored 22 points and grabed 11 rebounds and Jarod Green added 20 points, both in just 14 minutes of action, as the Cardinals raced to a 60-23 halftime lead against the Timberwolves in Pendleton. RayQuan Evans scored 16 points for NIC (16-2, 5-0 NWAC). Cardinals’ reserves outscored the starters 71-66 behind Emmitt Taylor’s 17 points, James Carlson’s 16, Jaden Dewar’s 14 and Yusuf Mohamed’s 10. Mekhi Foreman scored a game-high 23 for Blue Mountain (4-12, 2-3).
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