Cole Northrup had a game-high 24 points — including six 3-pointers — to lead Richland a 90-37 nonleague home win over Lewiston (Idaho) on Tuesday night.
Richland stormed out to a 29-6 lead in the first quarter and was never challenged. The Bombers’ largest lead was 54 points (86-32).
Garrett Streufert added 20 points for the Bombers, while Riley Sorn had 16 points and 10 rebounds, Conner Hofstad 10 rebounds, and Ryan Wagar 13 points and six assists.
Donaven Santana led the Bengals with 12 points.
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MOSES LAKE 64, CHIAWANA 48: The Riverhawks fell behind 34-19 at the half and could not catch up in the second half, suffering a nonleague home loss to the Chiefs.
Seth Schmidt led Chiawana with 16 points and 10 rebounds.
Zach Phillips led Moses Lake with a game-high 28 points and seven rebounds.
SUNNYSIDE 65, KAMIAKIN 51: Trailing 19-14 after the first quarter, the Grizzlies used a 39-22 run over the next two quarters to overtake the Braves en route to a nonleague home victory.
Robert Pischel led Kamiakin with 17 points, while Kyson Rose added 10 points and six rebounds, and Garrett Paxson eight points and six rebounds.
Trey Sanchez led Sunnyside with 21 points and four assists.
HERMISTON 69, HANFORD 60: The Bulldogs led 19-14 after the first quarter and never gave up the lead in a nonleague home win over the Falcons.
Ryan Andreason led Hermiston (2-2) with 24 points, while Cesar Ortiz chipped in 23.
Connor Woodward had 28 points to lead Hanford, which pulled within five points in the second half, while Blake Vandertop and Jared DeVine each had nine points.
WEST VALLEY 63, KENNEWICK 60: In a back-and-forth game, the Rams were able to take a small lead in the fourth quarter and hold on for a nonleague road win over the Lions.
Jenner Norwood led Kennewick (1-1) with 18 points and five rebounds, while Ayoni Benavidez added 11 points and six rebounds.
Dallin Cluff had 19 points to lead the Rams
On Friday, the Lions beat visiting Moses Lake 81-76 behind Benavidez’s 24 points. Kyler Pearson added 18 points.
SOUTHRIDGE 55, PENDLETON 50: Tristan Smith had 15 points in leading the Suns to a nonleague home win over the Buckaroos.
Pendleton led 24-18 at the half, but Southridge was able to make up the deficit in the second half.
Dakota Sams led the Bucks with 22 points.
EISENHOWER 72, PASCO 60: Diego Gutierrez scored a game-high 26 points and had nine rebounds, but it wasn’t enough as the Bulldogs dropped a nonleague road game to the Cadets.
Alejandro Terrazas led Ike with 24 points and three steals.
WAPATO 77, CONNELL 56: Silas Chase had a game-high 32 points, but it wasn’t enough to lift the Eagles past the visiting Wolves in nonleague action.
Damarius Brown led Wapato with 20 points.
TRI-CITIES PREP 74, LIND-RITZVILLE 71: The Jaguars (2-0) trailed by nine points in third quarter before rallying for the nonleague win in Ritzville.
In a game that saw the teams combine for a 22-for-38 performance from the 3-point line, TCP’s Stefan Geist led the way, going 5 of 6 from beyond the arc for a game-high 30 points.
Kobe Singleton was 4 of 9 from 3-point land and finished with 22 points, while Max Nelson added 13 points and Logan Mercado nine points and six rebounds.
The Broncos were led by Bryce Kelly’s 21 points, which included five 3-pointers.
LIBERTY CHRISTIAN 64, OAKESDALE 52: The Patriots used a strong third quarter, outscoring the Nighthawks 21-11, to secure the nonleague road win.
Grant McClure led Liberty Christian with 16 points, while Trey Davis and Riley Sullivan each added 13 points, and Noah Hayden nine rebounds.
KIONA-BENTON 65, MABTON 26: Daniel Rizin and Alex Maya each had 12 points to lead the Bears to a nonleague home win over the Vikings.
BICKELTON 54, ZILLAH JV 46: Cesareo Arriaga had 28 points to go along with 19 rounds, three assists and three steals to lead the Pirates past the Leopards. Cody Strader add nine points and nine rebounds.
KAMIAKIN 78, WEST VALLEY 27: Alexa Hazel poured in 27 points — including five 3-pointers — and Oumou Toure added 19 points as the Braves topped the visiting Rams in nonleague action.
Kamiakin (3-0) led 40-27 at the half, thanks in part to 20 points from Hazel.
Nicole Rasmussen led West Valley (0-3) with 16 points.
HERMISTON 55, HANFORD 38: The Bulldogs led from start to finish in a nonleague home win over the Falcons.
Mikayla Mars led Hanford (1-3) with nine points, while Tori Kison added eight points, and Haley Coleman chipped in seven points.
Jazlyn Romero had 15 points for Hermiston.
MOSES LAKE 45, CHIAWANA 37: Macey Morales scored 16 points, but no one else had any more than six as the Riverhawks didn’t have enough firepower to stay with the host Chiefs.
PASCO 62, EISENHOWER 57: A 13-6 run in the third quarter proved to be the difference in the Bulldogs’ road win over the Cadets.
Maylie Martinez had 21 points and seven rebounds to lead Pasco, which was a paltry 18 of 31 from the free-throw line.
Christa Jimenez led Ike with 16 points and seven rebounds,
MABTON 63, KIONA-BENTON 17: Sophomore Nya Calzadillas led the Bears with eight points in a nonleague home loss to Mabton.
The Vikings raced out to a 21-5 lead after the first quarter and never looked back. Britnee Guerrero led Mabton with 22 points.
LIND-RITZVILLE 67, TRI-CITIES PREP 50: The Jaguars trailed by just four points heading into the fourth quarter, but the Broncos went on an 18-5 run to pull away for the nonleague win in Ritzville.
Freshman Talia von Oelhoffen led TCP with 19 points, while Alyssa Monteon added 15 points for Jaguars (0-2).
Lind-Ritzville’s Payton Curtis led all scorers with 25 points.
HANFORD 4, CHIAWANA 0: Hanford’s Sara Harris rolled a 235, and teammate Kylee Horner had a 223 to lead the Falcons to a Mid-Columbia Conference win over the Riverhawks at Atomic Bowl.
The Falcons handily won all four games, and finished the day with a 391 pin advantage.
Caitlynne Burke led Chiawana with games of 166 and 163.
PASCO 4, RICHLAND 0: Dani Leal posted games of 172 and 186 to lead the Bulldogs to a sweep of Richland at Go Bowl.
Brandy Castaneda added games of 173 and 182 as Pasco had a 376 pin advantage at the end of the day.
Hailey Zilch led Richland with games of 177 and 176.
WALLA WALLA 4, CONNELL 0: Kayla Davis rolled a 190 in the first game to help the Blue Devils to a sweep of the Eagles at Town and Country Lanes.
Lexi Olson had a 182 in the first game to lead Connell.