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Boys district basketball: Undefeated Liberty tops Colfax in overtime in 2B semifinal

From staff reports

District 7 2B

Liberty 74, Colfax 62 (OT): Jacob Holling scored 29 points and the top-seeded Lancers (22-0) beat the third-seeded Bulldogs (16-7) in overtime in a district semifinal at West Valley HS on Tuesday.

Liberty, ranked No. 1 in Class 2B, plays No. 2 St. George’s in the district title game on Saturday.

Colfax faces Tekoa-Rosalia in a loser-out on Thursday.

Tayshawn Colvin added 19 points for Liberty.

John Lustig led Colfax with 27 points and Hunter Claassen added 13.

St. George’s 61, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 42: Nick Watkins scored 23 points and the top-seeded Dragons (19-3) beat the second-seeded Broncos (16-6) in the other semifinal.

LRS faces Kettle Falls in a loser-out on Thursday.

Drew Kelly led LRS with 12 points.

Tekoa-Rosalia 77, Northwest Christian 61: Garrett Naught scored 24 points, Riley McLain added 21 and the Timberwolves (10-13) eliminated the Crusaders (3-20).

David Maynard led NWC with 35 points.

Kettle Falls 66, Davenport 45: Matthew Thompson scored 23 points and the Bulldogs (14-8) eliminated the Gorillas (8-14).

Cade McKern added 17 points and 10 boards for KF.

AJ Floyd and Gavin Boggs had 12 apiece for Davenport.

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