Silver Valley Sports Recap: Nov. 30 - Dec. 6

| December 8, 2020 3:38 PM

BOYS BASKETBALL SILVER VALLEY TOURNAMENT

Dec. 4-5

Semifinals

Kellogg 50

Post Falls JV 23

WALLACE — Kolby Luna hit 4 of 6 3-pointers, including a three-quarter-court shot at the halftime buzzer, to spark the Wildcats to a victory over the Trojan junior varsity in the first round of the Silver Valley Tournament.

Luna finished with 15 points and seven rebounds for Kellogg, which gave first-year coach Mike Martin his first varsity coaching victory. The former Clark Fork High star and former basketball official coached the Coeur d’Alene JV boys the past two seasons.

“It feels good; it feels a whole lot better than Wednesday,” said Martin, referring to the Wildcats’ season-opening 63-28 loss to Lakeland. “Tonight we shot the ball really well, and came out and competed on the defensive end real well.”

Riply Luna and Luke Frohlich added eight points each for Kellogg, which finished 7 of 11 from 3-point range, and 7 of 8 from the foul line.

Langan Naylor led the Post Falls JV with seven points.

Post Falls JV 2 6 510 — 23

Kellogg 17 23 9 1 — 50

POST FALLS JV — Smith 4, Naylor 7, Shields 5, McCarthy 0, Tebbe 4, Jacobson 0, Bowie 0, Gunderson 0, Craig 0, Butler 3, Cooper 0, Summers 0.

KELLOGG — Miller 0, R. Luna 8, K. Luna 15, McLean 0, Groves 6, Maciosek 0, Frohlich 8, Walker 5, Jerome 6, Hoffman 2.

Priest River 61

Wallace 54

WALLACE — Trentyn Kreager scored 18 points for the Spartans in a win over the Miners in the Silver Valley Tournament at Kirby Krulitz Court.

“I was really proud of how much better we played in the second half,” said Wallace coach Corey Miller, whose team fell to Priest River 80-64 in the season opener for both schools on Wednesday in Priest River. “It’s early in the season and they are starting to find their way.”

Luke Butler and Jordan Nortz scored 12 points each for Priest River.

Carter Bailey scored 15 points for Wallace.

Priest River 10 23 15 13 — 61

Wallace 6 6 24 18 — 54

PRIEST RIVER — Matthews 5, Butler 12, J. Nortz 12, Kreager 18, Marmello 0, Berns 0, D. Nortz 3, Thompson 0, Yount 11.

WALLACE — Tesky 11, Farkas 0, Hogamier 12, Jaramillo 0, Bailey 15, Denson 10, Hull 4, Hammerberg 2.

Championship/consolation

Kellogg 67

Priest River 44

WALLACE — Logan Jerome scored 16 of his game-high 21 points in the first half for the Wildcats in a win over the Spartans in the championship game of the Silver Valley Tournament at Kirby Krulitz Court.

“Defensively, we had another really good performance,” said Kellogg coach Mike Martin, whose team beat the Post Falls JV 50-23 on Friday. “It was a pretty good effort across the board from our guys. It always feels good to win that tournament, and get to see what a league game is going to look like going forward.”

Luke Frohlich had 15 points and 17 rebounds for Kellogg.

Trentyn Kreager scored 17 points for Priest River.

Priest River 12 4 12 16 — 44

Kellogg 20 17 18 12 — 67

PRIEST RIVER — Mathews 2, Butler 2, J. Nortz 8, Kreager 17, Marmello 0, Berns 0, D. Nortz 5, Thompson 0, Johnson 0, Yount 10.

KELLOGG — Miller 0, R. Luna 4, K. Luna 8, McLean 4, Groves 6, Maciosek 0, Froelich 15, Walker 4, Jerome 21, Hoffman 5.

Post Falls JV 68

Wallace 30

WALLACE — Neil McCarthy scored 15 points for the Trojans junior varsity in a win over the Miners in the consolation game of the Silver Valley Tournament at Kirby Krulitz Court. Langan Naylor scored 14 points, Cole Cooper six points, 10 rebounds and four steals and Jordan Summers eight rebounds for the Post Falls JV.

“Our defense did a good job of holding them to one shot,” Post Falls JV coach Brian Carlson said. “We moved the ball really well and had 17 assists as a team. We’re sharing the ball really well and looking for the open teammate. We’re still a young team and going to keep getting better each day.”

Carter Bailey scored 15 points for Wallace.

Post Falls JV17 23 17 11 — 68

Wallace 2 10 8 10 — 30

POST FALLS JV — Smith 6, Naylor 14, Shields 9, McCarthy 15, Tebbe 8, Jacobson 2, Bowie 4, Gunderson 0, Craig 0, Butler 2, Cooper 6, Summers 2.

WALLACE — Goldade 0, Tesky 0, Farkas 0, Hogamier 5, Allison 0, Jaramillo 0, Bailey 15, Denson 10, Hull 0, Hammerberg 0.

KELLOGG BOYS BASKETBALL

Dec. 2

KELLOGG — Already two games into the season, the depth of the Lakeland Hawks showed itself again on Wednesday night.

Jalen Skalskiy scored 31 points off the bench for the Hawks in a 63-28 win over the Kellogg Wildcats at Andrews Gymnasium.

“They’re a monster,” Kellogg coach Mike Martin said. “They’re long, athletic and a very skilled group. Jalen shot the ball really well and they got out in transition and sped us up. That is an impressive group they’ve got over there.”

Ammon Munyer scored 14 points for Lakeland.

Logan Jerome had 14 points and seven rebounds for Kellogg.

“Our kids battled,” Martin said. “With how good Lakeland is, we were a little outmatched. But to see them come out and not roll over and play hard all night, it was good to see.”

Lakeland 25 19 6 13 — 63

Kellogg 8 2 12 6 — 28

LAKELAND — Hocking 0, Rings 0, Seay 6, Henry 4, Ab. Munyer 4, Am. Munyer 14, Haaland 2, Roth 2, Waddington 0, Skalskiy 31.

KELLOGG — R. Luna 5, K. Luna 0, McLean 0, Groves 4, Maciosek 0, Frohlich 2, Walker 2, Jerome 14, Lonn 1, Hoffman 0.

WALLACE BOYS BASKETBALL

Dec. 2

Priest River 80

Wallace 64

PRIEST RIVER — Trentyn Kreager scored 24 points to lead the Spartans past the Miners in the season opener for both schools.

Brad Tesky had 19 points and five rebounds for Wallace.

Wallace 8 17 15 24 — 64

Priest River 22 12 20 26 — 80

WALLACE — Tesky 19, Farkas 4, Hogamier 11, Allison 0, Jaramillo 3, Bailey 10, Morin 2, Denson 12, Hall 0, Hammerburg 3.

PRIEST RIVER — Mathews 19, Butler 3, Kreager 24, Marinello 0, Berns 0, J. Nortz 14, D. Nortz 8, Thompson 2, Johnson 0, Yount 10.

KELLOGG GIRLS BASKETBALL

Dec. 1

Lakeland 48

Kellogg 23

RATHDRUM — Katy Ryan had 14 points, 11 rebounds, seven assists and three blocked shots as the Hawks held the Wildcats to seven first-half points in the nonleague win at Hawk Court.

“Defensively we were pretty solid, rotated, closed out to shooters pretty well,” Lakeland coach Steve Seymour said. “We did a real good job of running the floor and filling the lanes. It was a fun game to watch. The only positive going on in our viral-infectious world was they wanted to share the ball — they passed up good shots for really good shots.”

Addie Kiefer had nine points, Lila Kiefer five rebounds for Lakeland.

Hailey Cheney scored nine points for Kellogg.

Kellogg 0 7 5 11 — 23

Lakeland 11 10 21 6 — 48

KELLOGG — Ally VanHoose 2, Jerome 0, Emma VanHoose 6, Coe 2, Hill 2, Nearing 0, Hailey Cheney 9, Reed 0.

LAKELAND — Sterling 2, Neff 6, Hostetler 5, Ryan 14, Simon 6, Woempner 4, A. Kiefer 9, L. Kiefer 2.

Dec. 3

Kellogg 45

Post Falls JV 39

POST FALLS — Hailey Cheney scored 34 points and grabbed 11 rebounds as the visiting Wildcats avenged an earlier loss by beating the Trojan junior varsity at The Arena.

“She ran the floor really well, rebounded well. We got into our offense and found her a lot,” Kellogg coach Jana Nearing said. “Our guards handled their full-court pressure well.”

Kellogg lost to the Post Falls JV by 18 points two weeks ago at the Silver Valley Tournament in Wallace, but was without point guard Grace Nearing.

Kinlee McLean and Laetitia Asper scored nine points each for the Post Falls JV.

Kellogg 11 10 12 12 — 45

Post Falls JV 7 11 9 12 — 39

KELLOGG — Jerome 6, Karst 0, VanHoose 3, Coe 0, Hill 2, Grace Nearing 0, Cheney 34, Reed 0.

POST FALLS JV — Furr 0, Flerchinger 0, Brennan 0, Berg 7, Ladke 6, McLean 9, Asper 9, SiJohn 2, Maurer 4, Frazey 2.

WALLACE GIRLS BASKETBALL

Dec. 1

St. Maries 54

Wallace 23

WALLACE — No other information was available.

Dec. 2

Wallace 26

Priest River 20

PRIEST RIVER — Freshman Britany Phillips had eight points and 11 rebounds for the Miners in a nonleague win over the Spartans.

Chloe Cielke and Grace Hunter had five points each for Wallace. Hannah Palfrey had seven points and six rebounds for Priest River.

Wallace 10 5 0 11 — 26

Priest River 6 9 4 1 — 20

WALLACE — Specht 2, Garitone 0, Merrick 2, Cielke 5, Phillips 8, Welch 2, Burmeister 0, Hemphill 2, Hunter 5, Bergem 0.

PRIEST RIVER — Rantala 0, Freitas 2, Pound 3, Fitzmorris 1, Palfrey 7, Kingery 1, Barton 4, Shockey 2.

MULLAN GIRLS BASKETBALL

Dec. 3

Lakeside 64

Mullan 33

MULLAN — Ashlee Holt scored a gamehigh 18 points, hitting 6 of 9 from the 3-point line for the Knights in a nonleague win over the Tigers at the Mullan Pavilion. “Ashlee had a really good night tonight,” Lakeside coach Chris Dohrman said. “It was a good game for us overall. We were able to play a lot of kids, so it was a good experience for us overall. It was a good game for us.”

Talowa Fallingwater scored 16 points for Mullan, which is scheduled to play at Nezperce on Saturday.

Lakeside 20 14 19 11 — 64

Mullan 13 6 7 7 — 33

LAKESIDE — A. Holt 18, Havier-Gorr 2, J. Holt 11, Twoteeth 7, Lawrence 0, Wienclaw 6, Rivera 2, Matt 4, D. Lowley 0, Peters 6, S. Lowley 3, Marchand 3, Allen 2.

MULLAN — Waters 1, Haig 0, Nelson 4, Blankenship 0, Stahle 0, Fallingwater 16, Frazier 2, Dykes 10.

Dec. 5

Nezperce 46

Mullan 41 (OT)

NEZPERCE — Linsay Waters scored on an assist from Jazzmyn Nelson to force overtime for the Tigers, who came up short to the Indians.

Talowa Fallingwater scored 16 points for Mullan.

Jillian Lux and Kayden Sanders scored 10 points each for Nezperce.

Mullan 7 6 10 16 2 — 41

Nezperce 7 14 10 8 7 — 46

MULLAN — Waters 7, Haig 0, Nelson 4, Fallingwater 16, Charvez 1, Frazier 5, Dykes 10.

NEZPERCE — Horton 0, Branson 8, Orndorff 0, Duuck 4, Lux 10, G. Tiegs 2, Zenner 10, F. Tiegs 0, Sanders 10, Wemhoff 2.

MULLAN BOYS BASKETBALL

Dec. 3

Mullan 64

Post Falls frosh 59

MULLAN — Troy Ostland scored 22 points for the Trojan freshman team, but a 16-point fourth quarter by Luke Trogden — who finished with 29 points — pushed the Tigers to a win in their season opener at the Mullan Pavilion.

“Post Falls outplayed us bad in the third quarter,” said Mullan coach Paul Elston, whose team trailed 47-34 after three quarters before outscoring the Trojans 30-12 in the fourth quarter. “We had to extend our defense and kind of work our way back into it. Post Falls played really hard and did a good job defensively. They’re a good program.”

Dylan Wolfe scored nine points for the Post Falls freshmen.

Riley Trogden scored 18 points for Mullan, which plays at Nezperce on Saturday.

Post Falls frosh 15 12 20 12 — 59

Mullan 13 14 7 30 — 64

POST FALLS FRESHMEN — Curlee 0, Burns 3, Crane 5, Pratt 0, Zeller 0, Anderson 0, Ostland 22, Rutherford 6, Smith 0, Zeigler 6, Khawar 8, Campbell 0, Wolfe 9.

MULLAN — R. Trogden 18, L. Trogden 29, Nelson 8, Layton 4, Lowman 2, S. Pettit 2, Zingler 0, L. Pettit 0, A. Zingler 1, A. Trogden 0, Haning 0.

Dec. 5

Mullan 46

Nezperce 39

NEZPERCE — Riley Trogden had 16 points, 14 rebounds and nine blocked shots for the Tigers in a win over the Indians.

“Riley really anchored the middle for us tonight,” Mullan coach Paul Elston said. “He did a good job of grabbing some rebounds when we needed them. We got into some foul trouble, and he really helped us survive it. Nezperce plays hard. It was kind of a defensive battle tonight.”

Luke Trogden scored 22 points for Mullan.

Jared Cronce scored 13 points for Nezperce.

Mullan 12 9 9 16 — 46

Nezperce 12 8 6 13 — 39 MULLAN — R. Trogden 16, L. Trogden 22, Nelson 6, Layton 2, Lowman 0, Pettit 0, Zingler 0, L. Pettit 0, A. Zingler 0, Haning 0, A. Trogden 0.

NEZPERCE — Seiler 6, Jared Cronce 13, Zenner 9, Johnson 8, Douglas 3, Nelson 0, Danner 0, Kirkland 0.