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Drake, Pullman girls defeat Cheney

Pullman gained an early advantage and held in the second half to beat Cheney 62-52 Tuesday night in a Great Northern League girls basketball game at Cheney.

Emily Drake scored 23 points, Dakota Wickard had 12 and Cierra Paul added 10 for the Greyhounds. Pullman outscored Cheney 12-4 in the first quarter and led 32-17 at halftime.

The win moved the Greyhounds (11-5, 7-1) into first place in the GNL – a half-game ahead of West Valley (10-5, 6-1).

Darien Brophy scored 13 points, Coreen Labish scored 13 and Chae Brown chipped in 11 for Cheney (5-9, 3-5).

East Valley 62, Deer Park 21: Aggressive defensive pressure led to a 21-4 first-quarter lead and the Knights (12-4, 6-2) routed the visiting Stags (0-16, 0-8). Hannah Burland scored 15 points and Sydney Sol and Erin Wallman added 10 apiece for East Valley, which led 37-5 at halftime.

Northeast A

Medical Lake 49, Newport 41: Kelby Wegner scored 19 points and Sabrina Earle added 13 points and 14 rebounds as the Cardinals (7-10, 3-7) upset the visiting Grizzlies (11-7, 6-4). Holly Malsbury tallied a game-high 21 points for Newport, which rallied in the fourth but couldn’t complete the comeback.

Lakeside 51, Riverside 37: Ashley Cook-Cox scored 18 points and Jocelyn Cook-Cox added 17 as the Eagles (13-4, 7-2) overcame poor free-throw shooting to beat the host Rams (8-8, 4-5). Lakeside connected on just 14 of 31 free throws but forced 15 second-half turnovers and pulled away after halftime. Courtney Davis and Miranda LaJiness led Riverside with a combined 26 points.

Freeman 60, Kettle Falls 19: Alisha Sorensen scored 16 points and Molly McIntyre added 11 as the Scotties (17-0, 9-0) pulled away in the second half and routed the host Bulldogs (6-11, 2-8). Freeman outscored Kettle Falls 37-10 after halftime.

Northeast 2B

Reardan 61, Liberty 37: Kelsey Moos poured in 28 points and grabbed 28 points as the Indians (18-1, 13-0) flexed their muscles and ran over the visiting Lancers (2-17, 0-13). Reardan led 25-5 after the first quarter. Maggie Nelson tallied a team-high 19 points for Liberty.

Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 44, Davenport 32: The Broncos (7-11, 4-8) came alive in the fourth quarter and beat the visiting Gorillas (5-13, 3-9) in an impressive comeback. Dalyn Killian scored a game-high 11 points for Lind-Ritzville/Sprague, which outscored Davenport 23-7 in the final quarter to erase a 25-21 third-quarter deficit.

North Star

Lakeside 57, Mullan 50: Francis Hendricks had 13 points and five steals and Avery Brown-Sonders added 11 points, 15 rebounds and four assists as the Knights (10-7, 2-0) edged the host Tigers (6-7, 2-3). Robbyn Trogden scored 19 points and Kami McKinnon added 16 points and 11 rebounds for Mullan.


Bonners Ferry 58, St. Maries 32: Ally Merrifield and Abby Skeen combined for 21 points and the Badgers (13-4) eased past the visiting Lumberjacks (3-11). Bonners Ferry outscored St. Maries 17-2 in the second quarter and led 34-12 at halftime. The Lumberjacks were led by Lakin Anxo’s 11 points.

Inchelium 51, St. Michael’s 39: Javahni Andrews scored 24 points and Felicia Louie pulled down 14 rebounds as the Hornets (6-7) took advantage of 28 Warrior turnovers and beat visiting St. Michael’s (3-15). Maraia Zacherle added 11 points for Inchelium. The Warriors were led by Jolene House’s 16 points.

Kellogg 64, Wallace 27: Jessi Gibbons led four players in double figures with 14 points and the Wildcats (8-6) dumped the host Miners (7-7). Jordan Browning tallied a team-high 13 points for Wallace.

Cusick 45, Clark Fork 32: Caitlyn Nenema scored 13 points and Nayleen Andrews added 12 as the Panthers (16-1) defeated the host Wampus Cats (4-9). Mariah Miller had 12 points and six steals to lead Clark Fork.

Coeur d’Alene Charter 57, Valley Christian 37: Lexi Turkenburg scored 24 points and Jacklyn Jensen added 16 as Coeur d’Alene Charter (14-2) built a 15-point halftime lead and cruised past host Valley Christian (1-14). Coeur d’Alene Charter connected on 27 of 50 shots from the floor. Lindy Riggan scored 29 of Valley Christian’s 37 points.