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Boys basketball: Nick Drynan scores 31 points and West Valley defeats East Valley

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Nick Drynan scored 31 points and visiting West Valley (12-5, 5-4) defeated East Valley (2-16, 0-10) 67-47 on Friday in a Great Northern League game. Tyrell Brown led the Knights with 12 points.

Northeast A

Newport 66, Priest River 32: Tug Smith scored 24 points and the visiting WIAA RPI No. 6-ranked Grizzlies (15-2, 9-2) topped the Spartans (0-10, 0-3) in a nonleague game. Danny Bradbury added 15 points for Newport. Jantzen Lucas and Brandon McCracken scored eight points apiece for Priest River.

Deer Park 76, Medical Lake 61: Jobie Gelder scored 23 points and the eight-ranked Stags (18-1, 10-1) beat the visiting Cardinals (6-12, 4-6). Alex Stith led Medical Lake with 23 points, Samuel Gollehon scored 13 points and Garren Garza added 12 points. Isaac Burglund scored 19 points, Dawson Youngblood scored 15 points and Hunter Dryden added 12 points for Deer Park.

Northeast 2B

St. George’s 77, Chewelah 41: Xander Werkman scored 17 points and the top-ranked Dragons (16-2, 8-0) downed the visiting Cougars (7-10, 2-5). Ben Adams added 16 points, Nick Watkins 15 and Erik Farias 10 for St. George’s. Nolan Hansen led Chewelah with 10 points.

Asotin 70, Liberty 61: Eli Engledow and Noah Renzelman scored 16 points apiece and the Panthers (11-7, 3-5) upset the visiting 10th-ranked Lancers (11-7, 6-2). Isaak Ottmar led Liberty with 27 points.

Colfax 66, Reardan 39: Cameron Hiatt scored 17 points and the fourth-ranked Bulldogs (14-4, 8-1) defeated the Indians (8-9, 2-6). Tyler Sprecher led Reardan with 14 points.

Kettle Falls 65, Davenport 50: Cade McKern had 20 points with 10 rebounds and the Bulldogs (9-9, 4-4) beat the visiting Gorillas (4-13, 2-5). Morgan Keller added 12 points and Matt Thompson 10 points with 10 assists for Kettle Falls. A.J. Floyd scored 22 points and Gavin Boggs 13 for Davenport.

Tekoa-Rosalia 61, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 58: Garrett Naught hit Craig Mueller for a layup to break a tie in the final minute and the Timberwolves (12-6, 4-5) edged the visiting Broncos (6-12, 2-6). Naught scored a game-high 25 points and Mueller 14 or Tekoa-Rosalia. Drew Kelly scored 16 points, Bryce Kelly 13 and Austin Thompson 10 for Lind-Ritzville/Sprague.

Northwest Christian 55, Wilbur-Creston 38: Jake Gray scored 15 points and the visiting Crusaders (14-5, 7-2) beat the Wildcats (5-10, 1-8). Connor Dreger led Wilbur-Creston with 11 points.

Northeast 1B

Odessa 72, Selkirk 39: Ryan Moffet scored 39 points and the third-ranked Tigers (16-1, 12-1) beat the visiting Rangers (10-8, 9-4). Justin Krabbenhoft led Selkirk with 16 points. Tim Dewulf added a double-double with 10 points and 12 rebounds for Odessa.

Almira/Coulee-Hartline 62, Inchelium 41: Maguire Isaak scored 16 points and the fifth-ranked Warriors (13-3, 10-1) defeated the visiting Hornets (11-7, 8-5). Robert McKinney led Inchelium with 16 points.

Columbia 51, Northport 42: Corbin Nelson scored 17 points and the Lions (4-14, 3-9) defeated the Mustangs (1-16, 1-12). Trey Young had 13 for Columbia. Trenton Baribault led Northport with 17 points and Jacob Corcoran added 14.

Cusick 71, Wellpinit 63: Colton Seymour scored 40 points with seven 3-pointers and the visiting Panthers (12-5, 10-3) beat the Redskins (8-9, 7-5). Jason Flett led Wellpinit with 17 points and Brendan Andrew added 12. Devin BrownEagle added 18 points for Cusick.

Garfield-Palouse 59, Touchet 34: Ely Hawkins scored 20 points with eight rebounds and Tanner Anderson added 16 points and the visiting Vikings (11-6, 9-0) beat the Indians (1-8, 0-8).

Idaho

Coeur d’Alene 55, Lake City 51: Carter Friesz scored 17 points and the visiting Vikings (11-4, 3-1) edged the Timberwolves (2-11, 0-4). Jack Kiesbuy scored 16 points, Seth Hanson 12 and Josh Stellflug 11 for Lake City.

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