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Girls basketball: Ashlyn Wallace scores 30 points and Clarkston vaults into first place in GNL

Jan. 19, 2019 Updated Sat., Jan. 19, 2019 at 9:33 p.m.

From staff reports

Ashlyn Wallace scored 30 points with five 3-pointers and visiting Clarkston (14-1, 7-1) beat West Valley (10-6, 4-4) on Saturday in a Great Northern League game.

Nevaeh Sherwood led West Valley with 15 points. With the win, Clarkston moves into first place in the Great Northern league.

Cheney 62, Pullman 43: Hailey Pemberton scored 23 points and the Blackhawks (7-9, 3-5) beat the visiting Greyhounds (4-12, 0-8). Madison Hawkins led Pullman with 10 points. Maggie Smith added 18 points with five assists for Cheney.

Northeast 1A

Deer Park 54, Colville 48: Havelah Fairbanks scored eight of her 14 points in the fourth quarter to give the visiting Stags (13-4, 6-3) the late edge over the Indians (9-8, 5-4). Kassi Brooks added 11 points and three 3-pointers for the losing Indians.

Medical Lake 74, Riverside 28: Ellie Acord scored 16 points and Lexie Redell added 15 and the Cardinals (12-5, 8-1) beat the visiting Rams (4-12, 0-8). Brittney Nortz led Riverside with 13 points.

Freeman 62, Newport 45: Jordyn Goldsmith scored 13 points and the Scotties (12-4, 7-1) defeated the visiting Grizzlies (2-13-1, 1-8). Cydni Lewis led Newport with 13 points. Sage Aldendorf, Ellis Crowley, Anna Chisholm and Macy Luhr added 11 points apiece for Freeman.

Northeast 2B

Davenport 48, Northwest Christian 38: Sydney Zeiler scored 16 points to lead the Gorillas (13-2, 5-1) over the visiting Crusaders (13-3, 6-1). Lainy Jacobsen and Janaye Wilkie scored 11 points apiece and Darby Soliday added 10 for Davenport. Jordan Rabe scored 15 points and Natalie Smith added 13 for Northwest Christian.

Liberty 79, Tekoa-Rosalia 20: Maisie Burnham scored 23 points and Haley Marsh added 21 points and the visiting Lancers (14-2, 6-1) beat the Timberwolves (1-15, 0-7). Mehgan Billings led Tekoa-Rosalia with seven points.

Kettle Falls 38,Chewelah 29: Mya Edwards scored 10 points and the Bulldogs (10-7, 3-4) beat the visiting Cougars (9-7, 2-4). Kennedy Robison led Chewelah with eight points.

Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 55, Colfax 47: Linnea Schafer scored 18 points and the Mustangs (7-9, 4-3) beat the visiting Bulldogs (9-7, 5-2). Asher Cai led Colfax with 20 points.

St. George’s 56, Wilbur-Creston 24: Lydia Bergquist, Abby Jones and Cambrie Rickard scored 16 points apiece to lead the Dragons (8-8, 4-3) over the Wildcats (4-9, 0-7).

Northeast 1B

Almira/Coulee-Hartline 74, Cusick 13: Gabi Isaak scored 16 points and Sarah Bradshaw added 14 and the visiting Warriors (13-1, 10-0) beat the Panthers (2-11, 2-9). Teresa Campbell led Cusick with six points.

Wellpinit 64, Curlew 55: Christina Flett scored 18 points and the visiting Redskins (12-3, 7-3) beat the Cougars (7-6, 7-4). Korin Baker led Curlew with 24 points and 25 rebounds.

Southeast 1B

Oakesdale 75, Prescott 19: Kaylee Hinnenkamp and Lizzy Perry scored 20 points apiece and the visiting Nighthawks (15-2, 7-2) defeated the Tigers (1-11, 0-8). LouEllen Reed added 16 points for Oakesdale.

St. John-Endicott/LaCrosse 34, Garfield-Palouse 30: Riley Lamp and Roxy Dickerson scored nine points apiece and the visiting Eagles (9-7, 4-4) beat the Vikings (9-8, 3-6). Kenzi Pederson led Garfield-Palouse with 12 points and 10 rebounds.

Intermountain League

Timberlake 57, Bonners Ferry 47: Mckeely Tonkin scored 16 points and made four 3-pointers for the visiting Tigers (3-8, 2-0) in a win over the Badgers (7-8, 2-1). Taryn Soumas scored 17 points and Brooke Jessen added 13 for Timberlake. Holley Ansley had 12 points and Baylee Blackmore scored 11 with 16 rebounds for Bonners Ferry.

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