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Girls district basketball: Ashlyn Wallace leads Clarkston over West Valley in title game


District 7 2A

Clarkston 40, West Valley 39: Ashlyn Wallace scored 18 points and the visiting third-seeded Bantams (17-6) topped the top-seeded Eagles (17-4) in the district championship game.

Both face crossovers against Central Washington Athletic Conference teams on Saturday.

Clarkston trailed by five late, but Wallace and Lauren Johnson hit 3-pointers and the Bantams pulled it out. Nevaeh Sherwood and Aliyah Henry scored nine points apiece for West Valley.

District 7 2B

Liberty 58, Davenport 37: Maisie Burnham scored 27 points and the top-seeded Lancers (22-1) beat the second-seeded Gorillas (16-7) in a semifinal at West Valley HS. Liberty plays Colfax in the district title game on Saturday. Darby Soliday had 14 points for Davenport, which faces St. George’s in a loser-out on Thursday.

Colfax 45, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 36: Asher Cai scored 21 points and the fourth-seeded Bulldogs (16-7) topped the second-seeded Broncos (15-7) in a semifinal. LRS, led by Eliza Galbreath with 15 points, faces Northwest Christian in a loser-out on Thursday.

St. George’s 49, Kettle Falls 34: Cambrie Rickard scored 13 points and the Dragons (18-5) eliminated the Bulldogs (15-9). Zarah Johnson led KF with 11 points.

Northwest Christian 51, Reardan 42: Ellie Sander scored 14 points, Mackenzie Nelson added 12 in the second half and the Crusaders (15-9) eliminated the Indians (13-11). Madalyn Dewey and Kim Dewey scored 15 points for Reardan.

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