Full schedules & scores

Cook-Cox duo leads Lakeside to victory

Ashley Cook-Cox scored 16 points Thursday, including a 3-pointer from the baseline as time expired, lifting Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) to a 66-64 nonleague girls basketball win over host West Valley.

Jocelyn Cook-Cox scored a team-high 25 points for the Eagles (5-0) and went 11 for 12 from the free-throw line. Erin Higbie scored a game-high 26 points for WV (4-2).

Coeur d’Alene 68, Burlington-Edison 33: Sydney Williams finished with 21 points and five assists in leading the visiting Vikings (8-1) past the Tigers at Burlington, Wash. Coeur d’Alene’s Bella Hermesch added eight points and nine rebounds.

North Star League

Wallace 47, Lakeside (Idaho) 43: Morgan Hill scored the go-ahead layup with 16 seconds left to break a 43-all tie as the visiting Miners (7-2, 2-0) edged the Knights (3-5, 1-1) at Plummer. Hill and Jordan Browning combined for 22 points. Lakeside freshman Lillian Rhea had 14 rebounds.

Boys basketball


Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) 64, West Valley 62: Cody Watkins scored 27 points, including the winning layup with 3 seconds left, as the visiting Eagles (4-1) ended West Valley’s perfect season. Ryan Quigley added 11 points for Lakeside. Jake Love scored a team-high 26 for West Valley (5-1).

Pullman 78, Moscow 56: David Ungerer scored 18 points and Race Martin added 13 points and 11 rebounds as the host Greyhounds (4-0) defeated the Bears (1-5). Moscow’s Jack Akey scored a game-high 25 points.

Lakeside (Idaho) 63, Orofino 51: Marcus Pluss totaled 18 points and seven rebounds while leading the host Knights (4-2) past the Maniacs. Orofino’s Kalob Turner scored 14 points.


Greater Spokane League: Amara Poquette won the uneven bars (8.85 points), floor exercise (9.5) and vault (9.05) on the way to the all-around title (36.35) while leading Mt. Spokane (168.15) to the team title during a five-way meet at University. Second-place Central Valley scored 161.375, followed by the host Titans (142.8), Ferris (140.65) and Lewis and Clark (114.175). The league will take a three-week break until Jan. 8, when Rogers hosts a four-way meet, and Jan. 9, when Mead hosts a five-way meet.