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Prep roundup: Silas Ng leads No. 7-ranked Riverside football over Newport in NEA clash

UPDATED: Thu., Sept. 16, 2021

Roundup of Thursday’s high school sports action from the Greater Spokane League and across Eastern Washington and North Idaho.

Football

Riverside 35, Newport 0: Silas Ng ran and threw for touchdowns and the visiting No. 7-ranked Rams (3-0) beat the Grizzlies (1-2) in a Northeast A game. Braxton Welch and Gavin Jaeger added touchdown runs for the Rams.

Freeman 21, Deer Park 0: Boen Phelps threw for 205 passing yards with three touchdowns and the Scotties (2-0) shut out the Stags (0-3) in a Northeast A contest. Taylor Wells caught TD passes of 32 and 13 yards. 

Timberlake 37, Colville 8: James Billingsley scored two defensive touchdowns and the Tigers (3-1) defeated the visiting Indians (1-1) in a nonleague game. Hunter Higgins added two rushing touchdowns for Timberlake.

Cross Country

GSL 2A No. 1: Jaden Rowe (Rogers) won the boys race at 19.29 and Logan Hofstee (East Valley) won the girls race at 19.27 at Liberty Lake. Boys: Rogers 15, East Valley 49. Girls: East Valley 15, Rogers N/A.

Volleyball

Gonzaga Prep 3, Mead 0: Maddie Finnegan had 16 digs with eight kills and the Bullpups (2-2) swept the visiting Panthers (2-1) 25-19, 25-19, 25-21 in a nonleague match.

Cheney 3, Clarkston 0: Joy Clara Assonken had eight kills and the Blackhawks (1-3) beat the visiting Bantams (0-2) 25-23, 25-22, 25-22 in a nonleague game.

Pullman 3, Ferris 1: Margot Keane had eleven kills and 15 digs and the Greyhounds (3-1) defeated the Saxons (1-2) 19-25, 25-21, 25-18, 25-20 in a nonleague game. Keleigh Meyers added 24 assists and four aces for Pullman. Ammelia Weavers recorded eight kills and three aces for Ferris.

North Central 3, East Valley 0: Kelsie Delp had 19 kills and four blocks and the Wolfpack (3-0) defeated the visiting Knights (2-2) 25-22, 25-21, 25-9 in a nonleague match.

Ridgeline 3, Shadle Park 2: Corinne Westby led with 12 kills and 18 digs and the Falcons (1-1) outlasted the visiting Highlanders (1-2) 19-25, 19-25, 25-23, 25-18, 15-9 in a nonleague match. Abbey Flerchinger had eight kills and seven blocks for Shadle Park.

Lewis and Clark 3, University 0: Grace Reichard had eight kills, Ellie DeAndre had three aces and the visiting Tigers (4-1) beat the Titans (1-3) 25-20, 25-14, 25-18 in a nonleague game on Thursday.

Lakeside 3, Freeman 1: Mamiko Patterson had four aces and 35 digs and the Eagles (2-0) beat the visiting Scotties (3-1) 25-19, 25-16, 23-25, 25-22 in a Northeast A match.

Northwest Christian 3, Rogers 1: Sarah Neighbors had seven kills, five aces and 12 digs and the Crusaders (2-1) beat the visiting Pirates (0-1) 21-25, 25-15, 25-23, 25-16 in a nonleague match.

Northport 3, Inchelium 0: Olivia Corcoran had 13 digs and 10 assists and the visiting Mustangs (3-0) swept the Hornets (0-1) 25-16, 25-11, 25-17 in a nonleague match.

Timberlake 3, Bonners Ferry 0: Jaycie Pratt had eight kills and nine digs and the visiting Tigers (1-6) defeated the Badgers (3-1) in an Intermountain League match. Sami Wilfong added 17 assists and three blocks for Timberlake.

Coeur d’Alene Charter 3, Priest River 0: Leandra Norcini had six kills and 17 digs and the Panthers (2-4) beat the visiting Spartans (0-3) 25-16, 25-20, 25-21 in a nonleague match. Kailei Merrifield added 18 assists for CDAC.

Kellogg 3, St. Maries 0: The Wildcats (5-5) beat the Lumberjacks (0-3) 25-19, 25-15, 25-15 in a nonleague match. Details were unavailable.

Slowpitch

Cheney 12, Shadle Park 2: The Bantams (3-2, 1-0) beat the Highlanders (1-3, 1-1) in a GSL game. Details were unavailable.

Ferris 13, East Valley 3: Cadence Hyndman had two hits, three runs and two RBIs and the visiting Saxons (2-2, 1-0) beat the Knights (2-2, 1-1) in a GSL game. Emma LaRue had three hits and four RBIs for Ferris.

Lewis and Clark 20, Gonzaga Prep 0: Duff Overstreet scored three runs and added four RBIs and the visiting Tigers (3-2, 1-0) shut out the Bullpups (1-4, 0-2) in a GSL game.

Mead 7, Mt. Spokane 6: Ella Baker went 2 for 3 with a double and three RBIs and the visiting Panthers (5-0) beat the Wildcats (5-1) in a nonleague game. Alannis Rogers had a double, two runs and three RBIs for Mt. Spokane.

University 38, North Central 3: Abby Watkins had five RBIs and scored five runs and the visiting Titans (5-0) defeated the Wolfpack (0-4) in a nonleague game. Jenna Williamson added five RBIs and scored four times, and Bethany Ray homered with six runs for U-HI.

Central Valley 12, Ridgeline 6: Sofia Morales hit a solo home run and the visiting Bears (2-3) defeated the Falcons (1-4) in a nonleague game. Emily Schulhauser and Madison Saty had three hits apiece for CV.

Girls soccer

Shadle Park 1, Cheney 0: The Highlanders (2-3) defeated the visiting Blackhawks (1-3) in a shootout in a nonleague match. Details were unavailable.

West Valley 2, Ferris 0: Madison Carr scored an insurance goal in the 58th minute and the Eagles (3-1) beat the visiting Saxons (2-2) in a nonleague game. Lani Walker had two assists for West Valley.

Clarkston 3, University 1: The Bantams (3-2) beat the visiting Titans (1-3-1) in an nonleague game. Details were unavailable. 

Ridgeline 2, Pullman 1: Preslie Young scored a goal and added an assist and the visiting Falcons (3-0) beat the Greyhounds (3-3) in a nonleague game.

Reardan 11, Lake Roosevelt 2: Visiting Reardan (1-2-1) topped the Raiders (0-2) in a nonleague game. Details were unavailable.

Davenport 5, Medical Lake 0: The Gorillas (2-1) beat the Cardinals (0-3) in a nonleague game. Details were unavailable.

Lake City 5, Moscow 0: Georgia Whitehead recorded a hat trick and the visiting Timberwolves (7-1-1) shutout the Bears (2-5-1) in Inland Empire 5A/4A competition on Thursday.

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