MEDICAL LAKE - Medical Lake ended the Omak High School girls’ basketball team’s season, 59-33, in a 1A District 6/7 crossover game Feb. 16.

The No. 10 Cardinals (17-6) opened up a 17-6 first-quarter lead before the No. 24 Pioneers (14-9) fought back to trail 29-20 at the half.

Medical Lake, which won the second half 30-13, moves onto a regional game Feb. 22-23.

For Omak, Payton Abrahamson had 14 points and Taya Mendoza 10 points.

Omak (33) - Abrahamson 14, Mendoza 10, Fjellman 3, Nichols 2, Vejraska 2, Arciniega 2, George 0.

Tri-Cities Prep 62, Brewster 43

CHELAN – No. 2 Tri-Cities Prep won the 2B District 5/6 tournament, 62-43, over No. 10 Brewster on Feb. 16 at Chelan High School.

Sammi Emigh

Brewster's Sammi Emigh (34) goes up for a hoop over Hollis Long (33) of Tri-Cities Prep in District 5/6 championship game Feb. 16.

Anah Wulf

Brewster's Anah Wulf attempts to pass while guarded by Tri-Cities Prep players including Abby Boothe (15).

Prep’s Talia von Oelhoffen proved too much for the Bears, finishing with 35 points.

Von Oelhoffen was named last June the Division 3 National Player of the Year for private schools before competing in Italy last summer.

The Jaguars led 17-13 after one quarter and 29-22 at the half before going on a 20-7 run in the third for a 49-29 lead.

Brewster was led by Michaun Kelpman and Kelsey Ochoa, who each had 13 points.

“I think our girls worked real, real hard,” said Brewster coach Stephanie Schertenleib. “I’m really proud for how hard they worked with the short turn around (from Friday night’s game).”

The coach said the team will work on limiting its turnovers, which often led to Tri-Cities Prep baskets.

Brewster (43) - Garcia 0, Aparicio 1, Mik. Kelpman 5, Mic. Kelpman 13, Nila 7, C. Sanchez 0, Ochoa 13, Hurtado 0, Wulf 0, Emigh 4, V. Sanchez 0.

Brewster reached the championship game with a 50-41 win over Lake Roosevelt in the district semifinals Feb. 15.

“Our girls played great Friday,” said Brewster coach Stephanie Schertenleib. “We were very aggressive. I knew it would be a dog fight. Our press defense helped build a lead early.”

Tri-Cities Prep 58, Liberty Bell 40

CHELAN – Tri-Cities Prep topped Liberty Bell, 58-40, in the 2B District 5/6 semifinals Feb. 15.

“Girls played Tri-Cities Prep pretty close, but free throws in the fourth quarter killed us,” Liberty Bell coach Stephanie Mitchell said.

The Jaguars made 15 free throws in the fourth.

The Mountain Lions were led by Jadyn Mitched with 14 points and 14 rebounds, and Sammie Curtis with 10 points and 10 rebounds.

Liberty Bell (40) – Mitchell 14, Surface 2, Palm 2, Taylor 2, Curtis 10, Ochoa 7, Bakke 3. Rebounds: Mitchell 14, Curtis 10.

Liberty Bell finished third in the tournament with a 45-26 win over Lake Roosevelt on Feb. 16.

“The girls were fired up after losing to Lake Roosevelt during regular season and a tough loss the night before,” coach Mitchell said. “They wanted to come out strong and get a win They played strong team defense and shared the ball well.”

The Mountain Lions were led by Sammie Curtis with 22 points and eight steals.

Hannah Bakke added 10 points and 10 rebounds.

Liberty Bell (49) – Palm 5, Ochoa 2, Mitchell 6, Curtis 22, Bakke 10, Ferreira 4. Rebounds: Bakke 10, Mitchell 9, Palm 5. Steals: Curtis 8.

ACH 42, Selkirk 23

DEER PARK - Almira/Coulee-Hartline won a defensive struggle with Selkirk to claim a 42-23 victory and the 1B District 7 girls’ basketball championship Feb. 16 at Deer Park High School.

The Warriors (21-1) led 7-0 after the first quarter and 20-9 at the half.

Sarah Bradshaw scored 14 points to lead ACH, which went on to lead 28-12 after three quarters.

Gabi Isaak added 12 points.

The Warriors move onto a regional game.

ACH (42) - Bradshaw 14, G. Isaak 12, Oliver 6, Correia 0, Kenney 3, M. Isaak 4, Murray 3, Parrish 0, Rushton 0.

Inchelium 67, Wellpinit 55

DEER PARK - Inchelium finished third in the 1B District 7 girls’ basketball tournament with a 67-55 win over Wellpinit on Feb. 16 at Deer Park High School.

The Hornets Rylee Desautel went past the 1,000-point career mark before finishing with a game-high 34 points.

Mika Heath added 19 points and 14 rebounds.

The Hornets trailed 18-13 after the first quarter before winning the next two quarters, 37-24 for a 50-42 lead into the fourth quarter.

Inchelium (16-8) moves onto a regional game.

Inchelium (67) - Desautel 34, Heath 19, Erickson 0, Simpson 3, Sanfo 9, Kohler 0, Zacherle 0, Romero 2, Ferguson 0.

Inchelium 57, Curlew 52

DEER PARK - Inchelium eliminated Curlew, 57-52, in a back-and-forth struggle Feb. 13 that was not determined until the fourth quarter.

Curlew (12-8) led 13-12 after the first quarter, Inchelium went in front 24-23 at the half, and the game was tied at 39-all after three quarters.

Rylee Desautel scored 22 points to lead the Hornets.

The Cougars were led by Korin Baker with a game-high 32 points.

Inchelium (57) - Desautel 22, Erickson 5, Simpson 9, Sanfo 0, Kohler 2, Zacherle 11, Romero 0, Heath 8.

Curlew (52) - Baker 32, T. Ringstad 6, McIrvin 6, Beedle 0, Engen 0, Kjolseth 5, N. Ringstad 3, Thomas 0.

ACH 76, Wellpinit 33

DEER PARK - Almira/Coulee-Hartline picked up its 20th win of the season 76-33 over Wellpinit in a district semifinal Jan. 12.

The Warriors were to play Selkirk in the championship Jan. 16.

ACH was led by Sarah Bradshaw with 21 points, Gabi Isaak with 14 points, Maddie Murray with 14 points and Mimi Isaak with 10 points.

ACH (76) - Bradshaw 21, G. Isaak 14, Murray 14, M. Isaak 10, Correia 5, Kenney 2, Oliver 5, Parrish 3, Rushton 2, Schafer, Tinar.

Selkirk 59, Inchelium 43

DEER PARK - A big second quarter lifted Selkirk to a 59-43 win over Inchelium on Feb. 12 in the 1B District 7 tournament.

The game was tied at 6-all the first quarter when the Rangers went on an 18-7 run for a 24-13 halftime lead.

Selkirk won the second half, 35-30.

Mika Heath led the Hornets with 17 points. Ryle Desautel added 12 points.

Inchelium (43) - Heath 17, Desautel 12, Erickson 3, Simpson 8, Sanfo 3, Kohler 2, Zacherle 0.

Curlew 53, Northport 33

DEER PARK - Curlew stayed alive in the 1B District 7 tournament with a 53-33 win over Northport on Feb. 12.

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