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Girls basketball: Ellie Stowell scores 27 points, East Valley tops Cheney

UPDATED: Fri., Feb. 7, 2020

 (AP)
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From staff reports

Ellie Stowell scored 27 points and East Valley defeated visiting Cheney 61-41 in a Great Northern League game on Friday.

Mataya Green added 15 points for the Knights (16-4, 9-3).

Emma Evans scored 15 points for the Blackhawks (7-12, 3-8).

West Valley 68, Pullman 39: Hailey Marlow scored 18 points and the visiting Eagles (16-3, 9-2) beat the Greyhounds (3-16, 0-11) on Friday.

Madison Harkins led Pullman with 15 points.

Northeast A

Deer Park 45, Medical Lake 43: Darian Herring scored 14 points and the Stags (15-5, 9-3) defeated the visiting Cardinals (9-11, 9-3).

Jaycee Oliver scored 10 points for Medical Lake.

Northeast 2B

Chewelah 61, Wilbur-Creston 28: Alyssa Fitzgerald scored 17 points, Cassidy Wittikend added 14 and the Cougars (3-16, 1-9) beat the visiting Wildcats (3-13, 0-10).

Lily Guthrie led Wilbur-Creston with 11 points.

Southeast 1B

Oakesdale 49, St. John-Endicott/LaCrosse 31: Bree Rawls scored 12 points and grabbed nine rebounds and the Nighthawks (13-5, 7-2) beat the visiting Eagles (6-13, 3-9).

Olivia Kjack led St. John-Endicott/LaCrosse with 11 points.

Idaho

Lake City 57, Lewiston 33: Aubrey Avery scored 20 points and the Timberwolves (15-6, 7-1) beat the visiting Bengals (3-19, 0-7) in a 5A District 1-2 first round game

Tai Bausch led Lewiston with 10 points.

Coeur d’Alene 66, Post Falls 50: The Vikings beat the Trojans in a 5A District 1-2 first round game.

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