Basin roundup: ACH boys blow out Curlew in district opener

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DEER PARK — Almira/Coulee-Hartline routed Curlew in its first district tournament game 69-15.

ACH held Curlew to single-digit scoring in every quarter. The Warriors led 39-9 at halftime.

Hayden Loomis scored a game-high 19 points. Brayton Schafer and Maguire Isaak added 14 and 10 points, respectively.

Prosser 82, Ellensburg 71

PROSSER — Ephrata was unable to overcame a 12-point deficit after the first quarter and lost to Prosser 82-71.

Ephrata will play either Toppenish or Selah in a loser-out game on Feb. 9.

Girls basketball

Almira/Coulee-Hartline 62, Northport 40

DEER PARK — Almira/Coulee-Hartline improved to 19-1 with a win over Northport 62-40.

Gabi Isaak notched 19 points and Makenna Oliver scored 18.

The Warriors cruised after a 20-9 first quarter.

Granger 36, Royal 34

GRANGER — Royal was edged by Granger 36-34.

Granger advances to play Warden in the district semifinals on Feb. 9. The Cougars defeated Granger 52-45 all the way back on Nov. 30.

Grandview 42, Ephrata 24

Football

Royal trio makes college commitments

Angel Farias, Javier Huitron and Jack Diaz announced their college commitments on Wednesday

Farias, a 6-foot-2 receiver, committed to Central Washington University. Farias totaled 49 catches and 14 touchdowns in 2018; he was also a dangerous punt returner for the Knights.

Huitron and Diaz committed to NAIA Dakota-Wesleyan.

Women’s basketball

Big Bend 78, North Idaho 58

COEUR D’ALENE — Big Bend backed up its No. 4 ranking with an impressive road win over North Idaho 78-58.

Kelsey Sorenson had the best game of her freshman season, scoring 28 points.

The Vikings closed the first half on a 10-0 run to lead by 15 points

— Staff report

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