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TOUCHET — Rosalia’s Mackenzie Reddish scored 29 points to lead her team over Touchet, 48-41, Wednesday night in the first round of the District 9 1B girls basketball tournament.
TOUCHET — Cierra Jo McKeown scored 28 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and registered six steals here Saturday night as Touchet ended the regular season with a 57-46 victory over Tekoa-Oakesdale-Rosalia in Southeast 1B girls
TOUCHET — Ruben Butler scored 21 points and hauled down 10 rebounds here Saturday night as the Touchet boys basketball team ended its regular season with its third straight win — a 63-42 conquest
TOUCHET — Ruben Butler led Touchet with 14 points and 14 boards in a 44-27 victory Tuesday evening against Liberty Christian in a Southeast 1B boys basketball game.
TOUCHET — Cierra Jo McKeown had a rare triple-double to lead Touchet past Liberty Christian, 46-32, Tuesday in a Southeast 1B girls basketball game.
COLTON — The defending state Class 1B girls basketball champions lived up to their reputation here Saturday.
COLTON — Touchet’s boys were defeated by the host Wildcats, 55-47, here Saturday, a loss that dropped them to 4-9 in the Southeast 1B League and 7-10 overall.
ST. JOHN — Touchet beat St. John-Endicott 55-49 here Saturday in boys Southeast 2B basketball.
ST. JOHN — Touchet grabbed a 12-8 lead here after one quarter in Southeast 2B girls basketball action.
ROSALIA — The Touchet Indians were outscored 28-9 in the first half here Saturday against Rosalia in Southeast 1B boys basketball action, and fell 45-30 to Rosalia.
ROSALIA — Touchet came out of the blocks on fire here Saturday in Southeast 1B girls basketball action.
RICHLAND — Cierra Jo McKeown continued her rampage on the court Tuesday, leading Touchet to a 61-50 win over Liberty Christian in Southeast 1B girls basketball.
RICHLAND — A 10th and final 3-pointer at the buzzer for Liberty Christian sank the Touchet Indians here Tuesday night, 50-47, in Southeast 1B boys basketball.
OAKESDALE — Poor free-throw shooting down the stretch and foul trouble for two of its starters spelled doom for Touchet Saturday night as they lost, 54-48, to Tekoa-Oakesdale.
OAKESDALE — Colter McKeown and Vicente Flores both scored in double figures to lead Touchet over Tekoa-Oakesdale here Saturday, 57-33, in Southeast 1B boys basketball.
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