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Boys basketball: Javon Williams and Tristan Cox score 16 points, Lakeside top Freeman

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From staff reports

Javon Williams and Tristan Cox scored 16 points apiece and Lakeside (11-7, 6-4) defeated Freeman (8-10, 5-5) 57- 51 on Saturday on Reese Court at Eastern Washington.

Gabe Tippett led the Scotties with 22 points and Dylan Oja added 15.

Northeast 2B

St. George’s 86, Davenport 45: Xander Werkman had 14 points and the visiting Dragons (17-2, 9-0) defeated the Gorillas (4-14, 2-5). AJ Floyd led Davenport with 17 points.

Asotin 59, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 55 (OT): Devin Fry had 14 points and the visiting Panthers (10-7, 4-5) defeated the Broncos (6-13, 2-7) in overtime. Cole Cameron Led Lind-Ritzville/Sprague with 17 points. The Broncos missed a game-winning 3 at the end of regulation before Asotin iced the game with four made free throws in a row. Thomas Martin added 13 points for Asotin and Bryce Kelly had 11 for LRS.

Northport 48, Republic 41: Zach Bruland scored 19 points and the Mustangs (2-17, 2-11) defeated the visiting Tigers (1-16, 1-12). Taylor Connor led Republic with 15 points.

Northwest Christian 56, Kettle Falls 40: Brian Mackenzie scored 15 points and the Crusaders (14-5, 7-2) beat the visiting Bulldogs (9-10, 4-5). Kobe Simpson had 13 points, Eckhelo Simpson 12 and Reed Loranger 11 for Northwest Christian. Matthew Thompson led Kettle Falls with 15 points.

Chewelah 64, Wilbur Creston 47: Jarron Baldwin scored 16 points and the Cougars (8-10, 3-5) beat the visiting Wildcats (5-10, 1-8). Johnny Larson and Carl Oman had 14 apiece and Nick Franks added 13 for Chewelah. Beckett Odegaard led Wilbur-Creston with 15 points.

Northeast 1B

Odessa 87, Valley Christian 35: Ryan Moffet scored 27 points and the Tigers (17-1, 13-1) defeated the Panthers (7-10, 5-8). Sam Reece led Valley Christian with 17 points.

Selkirk 74, Curlew 47: Jay Link scored 27 points and the Rangers (11-8, 10-4) beat the visiting Cougars (3-11). Sam Wright led Curlew with 13 points. Justin Krabbenhoft added 14 points for Selkirk.

Almira/Coulee-Hartline 83, Wellpinit 63: Reece Isaak scored 31 points and the visiting Warriors (14-3, 11-1) defeated the Redskins (8-9, 7-5). Brendan Andrew led Wellpinit with 23 points and Aidan Wynne added 19. Chase Gerard had 19 and Brayton Schafer and Maguire Isaak had 14 points apiece for Almira/Coulee-Hartline.

Harrington 47, Columbia 26: Corbin Nelson scored 19 points and the Lions (5-13, 4-9) beat the visiting Panthers. Austin Cook added 14 points for Columbia.

Northport 48, Republic 41: Zach Bruland scored 19 points and the Mustangs (2-17, 2-11) defeated the visiting Tigers (1-16, 1-12) on Saturday. Taylor Connor led Republic with 15 points.

Southeast 1B

Oakesdale 55, Colton 37: Kieron Anderson had 19 points and 13 rebounds and the Nighthawks (12-6, 9-1) defeated the Wildcats (8-10, 4-6). Reece Chadwick scored 20 points for Colton.

Prescott 75, St. John-Endicott/LaCrosse 31: Junior Iglesias scored 16 points and the visiting Tigers (12-4, 6-3) beat the Eagles (2-15, 1-8). Jose Gonzalez added 10 points for Prescott.

Idaho

Hellgate (MT) 65, Genesis Prep 35: Kon Ajang scored 13 points but the visiting Jaguars (8-9) fell to the Knights (9-1) in a nonleague game. Jonny Hillman added 10 points for Genesis Prep.

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