Silver Valley Sports Recap: Dec. 7-13

| December 21, 2020 2:28 PM

KELLOGG GIRLS BASKETBALL

  • Dec. 8

Sandpoint 56

Kellogg 28

SANDPOINT — Seniors Hattie Larson and Kaylee Banks scored 18 and 15 points, respectively, as the Bulldogs rolled past the Wildcats in nonleague play at Les Rogers Court.

Hailey Cheney scored 10 points to lead Kellogg, which committed 26 turnovers.

Kellogg 11 5 5 7 — 28

Sandpoint 14 11 18 13 — 56

KELLOGG — A. Van Hoose 0, Jerome 6, Karst 0, E. Van Hoose 0, Coe 2, Hill 2, Potts 0, Nearing 6, H. Chaney 10, Reed 2, M. Chaney 0.

SANDPOINT — Driggs 8, Reinink 0, Lyons 0, Tomco 0, Cessna 5, Phillips 2, Kar. Banks 6, Larson 18, Platte 2, Kay. Banks 15.

  • Dec. 9

KELLOGG — Freshman Sophia Zufelt scored 13 points, eight coming in the second quarter, for the Lake City Timberwolves in a 57-35 win over the Kellogg Wildcats at Andrews Gymnasium on Wednesday.

Brooklyn Rewers and Ashlynn Shanley scored nine points each for Lake City.

Kendall Pickford and Brenna Hawkins sat out with injuries for Lake City.

“We had some kids out and it gave us a chance to see some kids in different rotations,” said Lake City assistant coach Troy Anderson. “It was nice to see some other kids step up.

We’ve still got some stuff to work on, but we’re hoping we’re taking the right steps each game. We did enough to get the job done tonight.”

Hailey Cheney scored nine points for Kellogg.

“Kellogg was a scrappy bunch,” Anderson said. “They played tough all the way to the final buzzer.”

Lake City 20 14 15 8 — 57

Kellogg 9 5 9 12 — 35

LAKE CITY — Miller 6, Zufelt 13, Bowman 3, Shanley 9, Reynolds 2, Roberts 3, Brewers 9, Jenkins 6, Parks 6, Cogley 0.

KELLOGG — A. Van Hoose 0, Jerome 8, Karst 0, E. Van Hoose 6, Coe 2, Hill 0, Nearing 5, H. Cheney 9, Reed 5, Potts 0.

  • Dec. 10

Kellogg 60

Lakeside 43

PLUMMER — Hailey Cheney scored a gamehigh 22 points for the Wildcats in a win over the Knights at Ron Miller Court.

“She had a good game overall,” Lakeside coach Chris Dohrman said of Cheney, who scored eight points in the fourth quarter. “Her size definitely affected us and she’s a good player.”

Kria Peters scored 11 points for Lakeside.

“We didn’t shoot very well from 3-point land (2 for 18) and had 22 turnovers,” Dohrman said. “I’m happy with our effort, but we just needed to do a few things better and give ourselves an opportunity.”

Erin Van Hoose scored nine points for Kellogg.

Kellogg 16 13 12 19 — 60

Lakeside 14 8 11 10 — 43

KELLOGG — A. Van Hoose 2, Jerome 5, E. Van Hoose 9, Coe 8, Hill 6, Nearing 5, Cheney 22, Reed 3.

LAKESIDE — A. Holt 9, Gorr 6, J. Holt 9, Twoteeth 5, Riviera 3, Peters 11, Allen 3, Marchand 0.

MULLAN GIRLS BASKETBALL

  • Dec. 8

Mullan 41

Genesis Prep 8

MULLAN — Jazzmyn Nelson scored 19 points for the Tigers in a win over the Jaguars at the Mullan Pavilion.

GenesisPrep 2 4 2 0 — 8

Mullan 14 12 14 1 — 41

GENESIS PREP — Martin 2, Yount 2, Meerdink 0, Kelly 0, Wilson 0, Robertson 0, Anderson 4.

MULLAN — Waters 2, Haig 0, Nelson 19, Blankenship 1, Stahle 0, Charvez 0, Fallingwater 10, Frazier 2, Dykes 7.

  • Dec. 10

Mullan 30

Clark Fork 23

MULLAN — Leah Frazier scored nine points for the Tigers in a victory over the Wampus Cats in the North Star League opener for both schools.

“We had very balanced play from all our players,” Mullan coach Sherry Leitz said. “They executed very well the majority of the game. Leah played her best game to date, working very well on the inside. Every player contributed and that’s what we need to win games.”

Jazzmyn Nelson and Talowa Fallingwater scored seven points each for Mullan.

Katelyn Matteson scored nine points for Clark Fork.

ClarkFork 7 5 29 — 23

Mullan 12 6 39 — 30

CLARK FORK — Matteson 9, Valliere 2, Myers 8, Shelton 2, Reuter 2, Yancey 0, Hoffman 0, Mace 0, Fournier 0.

MULLAN — Waters 3, Haig 0, Nelson 7, Blankenship 0, Stahle 0, Fallingwater 7, Charvez 0, Frazier 9, Dykes 4.

  • Dec. 11

Mullan 42

Post Falls ‘C’ 12

POST FALLS — Talowa Fallingwater scored 21 points for the Tigers in a win over the Trojan ‘C’ team at The Arena. Jazzmyn Nelson scored 13 points for Mullan.

Peyton Lozier scored six points for the Post Falls ‘C’.

Mullan 13 11 12 6 — 42

Post Falls C 0 5 5 2 — 12

MULLAN — Waters 2, Nelson 13, Blankenship 0, Stahle 0, Fallingwater 21, Charvez 0, Frazier 1, Dykes 5.

POST FALLS C — Daniels 0, Fortune 0, Bastedo 0, Beck 2, Getching 1, Brodrick 0, Thaves

WALLACE GIRLS BASKETBALL

  • Dec. 10

Bonners Ferry 44

Wallace 32

WALLACE — Holly Ansley scored a game high 18 points to lead the Badgers past the Miners at Kirby Krulitz Court. “We played with a lot of teamwork and adjusted well to the different defenses Bonners threw at us,” Wallace coach Nichole Farkas said. “I was extremely happy with our effort because Bonners is a solid team and well-coached.”

Jaden House scored 14 points for Wallace, which travels to St. Maries on Jan. 7..

BonnersFerry 10 14 911 — 44

Wallace 7 11 7 7 — 32

BONNERS FERRY — Villaluz 0, Sa. Hill 0, Bayer 1, Bliss 3, Blackmore 4, Abubakav 10, Ansley 18, Si. Hill 5, Sumpter 2, Pinkerton 1.

WALLACE — Specht 1, Gilmore 0, Merrick 0, Cielke 4, House 14, Phillips 3, Welch 0, Burmeister 5, Bergem 5.

WALLACE BOYS BASKETBALL

  • Dec. 11

Orofino 52

Wallace 47

OROFINO — Carter Bailey scored 23 points for the Miners, who fell short to the Maniacs in nonleague play. Hayden Hogamier scored nine points for Wallace.

Nick Drobish scored 13 points for Orofino.

Wallace 15 4 18 10 — 47

Orofino 8 15 14 15 — 52

WALLACE — Tesky 2, Farkas 7, Hogamier 9, Bailey 23, Morin 2, Denson 2, Hull 2, Hammerberg 2.

OROFINO — Soprano 11, Thomas 8, S. Sneddon 11, Drobish 13, Scott 7, Graham 2.

  • Dec. 12

Lewiston JV 57

Wallace 30

LEWISTON — Carter Bailey scored 13 points for the Miners in a loss to the Bengals junior varsity at Lewiston High.

Michael Wren scored 15 points for the Lewiston JV.

Wallace 6 12 7 5 — 30

Lewiston JV 14 20 12 11 — 57

WALLACE — Tesky 10, Farkas 0, Hogamier 3, Bailey 13, Morin 0, Denson 4, Hull 0, Hammerberg 0.

LEWISTON JV — Way 9, Paulucci 4, Wren 15, Bensching 6, Ricard 4, Lawrence 2, Knewbow 5, Mader 8, King 0, Dotson 4.

MULLAN BOYS BASKETBALL

  • Dec. 11

Post Falls frosh 57

Mullan 18

POST FALLS — Isaac Ziegler scored 13 points for the Trojan freshmen in a win over the Tigers late Friday at The Arena.

“Post Falls played very well tonight and we did not,” Mullan coach Paul Elston said. “I did not have my team ready to play and that’s on me.”

Luke Trogden scored 12 points for Mullan.

Mullan 8 6 2 2 — 18

PostFallsfrosh 17 18 11 12 — 57

MULLAN — R. Trogden 2, L. Trogden 12, Nelson 2, Layton 0, A. Zingler 0, S. Petit 2, T. Zingler 0, L. Petit 0, Haning 0, A. Trogden 0.

POST FALLS FRESHMEN — Wolfe 6, Anderson 5, Rutherford 8, Burns 1, Campbell 4, Crane 6, Ostlund 5, Khawar 9, Ziegler 13.