By Drew Lawson
Davenport Times 

Ritzville boys knock Davenport from districts

Gorillas' season comes to an end after upset bid by upstart Broncos


Last updated 2/22/2022 at 8:25am

Drew Lawson | Davenport Times

Davenport junior Tennessee Rainwater looks for an opening between Lind-Ritzville defenders Hunter Dinkins, left, Jayce Kelly, center and Nick Labes.

SPOKANE VALLEY – Two nights ago, No. 3 Davenport was a controversial no-call away from upsetting No. 2 Colfax, advancing to the district finals and earning an automatic berth to state. But it wasn't to be, and tonight it was No. 5 Lind-Ritzville/Sprague doing the upsetting as the Broncos ended the Gorillas' season with a 65-58 victory in a District 7 2B Tournament loser-out game Thursday, Feb. 17 at West Valley High School.

The Gorillas didn't look particularly rusty out of the gate, taking a 15-12 first quarter lead. But the Broncos went on a second quarter spurt to take a 29-26 halftim...

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