Roundup of Friday's consolation games
DeSales 34 White Swan 33 (Girls 2B)
DeSales survived a frantic couple of minutes when a White Swan floater clanged off the front iron as time expired. Both teams missed close looks in the final minute of play that would have given them the lead.
Ashley Lyons scored 11 points in the win for the Irish, while Allison Wujek had 10. White Swan was led by Emily Botkin's 18 points.
DeSales advances to Saturday morning's fourth-place game.
Napavine 39 Onalaska 33 (Girls 2B)
Napavine used 21 points from Demi Sahlinger to beat Onalaska and advance to the fourth-place game on Saturday.
Onalaska only got scoring contributions from two players, but Autumn Druand was able to net 27 points. Druand also grabbed 12 rebounds.
Shoreline Christian 58 Taholah 49 (Girls 1B)
Shoreline Christian overcome an early 9-0 deficit to claim the win over and advance to Saturday's fourth-place game.
Sarah Ott scored 31 points for the Crusaders, her second 30-point game of the tournament. Bella Hermesch added 21 points and 15 rebounds for Shoreline Christian, who had just four players score.
Dramikha Skaar led Taholah with 18 points and seven rebounds. The Chitwhins shot just 29.4 percent (20-of-68) from the field.
Christian Faith 52 Columbia Adventist 45 (Boys 1B)
Columbia Adventist battled back from a 20-point deficit, but could not overcome Christian Faith.
Segun Amosun scored 18 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for Christian Faith. Ignatius Medani added 15 points and 17 boards for the Eagles. Stephen Jardin scored 15 points for the Kodiaks.
Christian Faith advances to face Taholah in the fourth-place game on Saturday morning.
Taholah 72 Soap Lake 55 (Boys 1B)
Taholah built a big lead early in the second half behind a barrage of 3-pointers by Keanu Curleybear and then held off Soap Lake to advance to the fourth-place game.
Curleybear went 5-of-10 from beyond the arc, including a pair of NBA range jumpers, and scored a game-high 19 points. Cleve Jackson added 15 points for the Chitwhins, who shot 52.8 percent (28-of-53) from the field.
Ben Winters led Soap Lake with 17 points and Jason Korneych added 16 points and 14 rebounds.