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Thursday’s State 1B games

Pateros 63, Yakama Tribal 36

Rhiannon Easter led a balanced scoring attack with 11 points and the Nannies dumped the Yakama Tribal Eagles.

Kim Vazquez grabbed 11 rebounds and Lorie LeDoux pulled down 10 boards for Pateros, which held a 60-29 advantage in total rebounds.

Lynndel Wapsheli tallied a game-high 17 points for Yakama Tribal.

Yakama 7 6 10 13 - 36
Pateros 22 14 12 15 - 63

 Yakama (13-7) – Selam 0, Wahtomy 0, Heath 0, L. Wapsheli 17, A. Wapsheli 8, Marquez 4, Tupuola 0, Belly 7.

Pateros (21-4) – Gelstin 2, Figueroa 8, Woodward 2, Easter 11, Dowers 4, Wilson 9, Vazquez 8, LeDoux 6, Steggall 9, White 4, Armstrong 0.

Sunnyside Christian 52, St. John-Endicott 37

Annie Brouwer scored 17 points and Stormee Van Belle grabbed 12 rebounds as the Knights opened the game on an 18-4 run and held on to beat the Eagles.

St. John-Endicott showed some life in the final three quarters, but the Eagles couldn’t climb out of the hole they dug themselves in the first.

Kara Den Hoed added 11 points for the Knights. St. John-Endicott was led by Emily Jones’ nine points and five rebounds.

St. John-Endicott 4 11 10 12 - 37
Sunnyside Christian 18 16 13 5 - 52

 St. John-Endicott (19-7) S. Bailey 2, Siegel 0, Porubek 3, Gfeller 7, Dickerson 5, Van Lith 4, A. Bailey 0, Bafus 7, Jones 9.

Sunnyside Christian (27-0) Williams 3, Brouwer 17, Den Hoed 11, Banks 4, Broersma 6, Van Belle 7, Dalrymple 4.

Wilbur-Creston 55, Shoreline Christian 52

Shoreline Christian’s Sarah Ott’s 3-point attempt at the buzzer was off the mark as Wilbur-Creston overcame a slow start and beat the Crusaders.

The Wildcats fell behind 14-6 after the first quarter, but slowly made up ground the rest of the way. Wilbur-Creston took control for good with a 15-7 fourth-quarter run.

The Crusaders had several chances to tie or take the lead in the final minute. Abby T. DeKoekkoek missed a baseline jumper with 11.8 seconds left that would have knotted the game at 54.

Jessica Boyer had 19 points and Kaelee Reed added 11 points and eight rebounds to lead Wilbur-Creston.

Ott tallied a game-high 32 points for Shoreline Christian.

Wilbur-Creston 6 22 12 15 - 55
Shoreline Christian 14 19 12 7 - 52

 Wilbur-Creston (20-5) – Goodlake 2, Brudevold 0, Dreger 3, Boyer 19, Starzman 0, Leyva 0, Haglin 9, Potts 8, Jaeger 3, Stanley 0, Reed 11.

Shoreline Christian (18-9) – Hoogerhyde 3, A.T. DeKoekkoek 1, Holly 10, Reynolds 2, Ott 32, A.P. DeKoekkoek 0, Hermesch 4.

Colton 77, Taholah 15

The Wildcats opened the game on a 23-0 run and eased past the Chitwhins.

Jenna Moser and Paige Vincent scored 14 points apiece to lead five Colton players in double figures.

Taholah was also held scoreless in the third quarter. Colton won the rebounding battle 44-21 and forced 30 turnovers.

Colton 23 22 16 16 - 77
Taholah 0 10 0 5 - 15

 Colton (23-1) – J. Moser 14, Z. Moser 3, Meyer 10, Dahmen 2, Vincent 14, Druffel 10, Kramer 0, Chadwick 6, Warner 13, Smith 5.

Taholah (11-7) – Vitalis 0, James 2, Walther 3, Skaar 1, Dunn 4, R. Cheney 2, T. Cheney 3, Waugh 0, Campbell 0, Kramer 0.