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Silver Valley Sports Recap: Nov. 20-Dec. 5

| December 6, 2021 2:49 PM

2021 Boys Silver Valley Tournament

@ Kellogg High School

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-Semifinals

Post Falls JV 56

Wallace 47

The Miners got down big early on, but clawed their way back into the game to make things interesting down the stretch.

Kellogg 78

Lakeside 71

KELLOGG — Kolby Luna hit five 3-pointers and scored 25 points for the Wildcats in a win over the Knights in the first round of the Silver Valley Tournament at Andrews Gymnasium.

Vander Brown scored 19 points, Lucky Matt and Qwincy Hall 15 points each for Lakeside.

“We had another stinker of a game defensively,” Kellogg coach Mike Martin said. “We had to make up for it in different ways and found a way to get it done.”

Tanner Groves had 21 points and 10 rebounds, Riply Luna 16 points and 10 assists, Bridger McLean 11 points for Kellogg.

“Tanner gave us a huge spark and was everywhere tonight,” Martin said. “With four starters in double figures, we were really balanced, which was nice to see.”

Lakeside 15221420— 71

Kellogg 14172027—78

LAKESIDE — Matt 15, V. Brown 19, SiJohn 12, Callahan 0, Vassar 8, Hall 15, P. Brown 0, Nomee 0, Kee 2.

KELLOGG — Whatcott 2, R. Luna 16, K. Luna 25, McLean 11, Groves 21, Maciosek 0, Frohlich 0, Walker 3.

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-Consolation Game

Lakeside 83

Wallace 39

KELLOGG — Vander Brown scored 33 points for the Knights in a win over the Miners in the consolation game of the Silver Valley Tournament at Andrews Gymnasium.

Lucky Matt scored 22 points for Lakeside while Robbie Morin scored 17 points for Wallace.

Lakeside 331627 8 — 83

Wallace 1713 8 1—39

LAKESIDE — Callahan 5, Matt 22, SiJohn 5, Kee 7, Rivera 2, Allen 0, Nomee 0, Hall 4, P. Brown 0, V. Brown 33, Vassar 1.

WALLACE — Goldade 5, Davis 0, Tesky 6, Streeter 0, Morden 1, Allison 3, Jaramillo 3, Hasz 0, Schmidt 0, Morin 17, Murdock 0, Hull 4, Wilkinson 0.

-Championship Game

Kellogg 63

Post Falls JV 51

KELLOGG — Tanner Groves scored 16 points, Kolby Luna added 13 points as the Wildcats beat the Trojans JV in the championship game of the Silver Valley Tournament at Andrews Gymnasium.

“We got out to a slow start, but did a better job of talking and doing the little things well on defense in the second half,” Kellogg coach Mike Martin said. “We came out allowing them to be comfortable and Kolby really brought the energy for us tonight. It was just a nice, balanced effort.”

KJ Walker scored 12 points and Riply Luna 11 points for Kellogg. The Wildcats have won three straight Silver Valley Tournament titles.

Cobe Cameron scored 20 points for the Post Falls JV.

PostFalls JV 20 6 1411— 51

Kellogg 18 11 19 15 — 63

POST FALLS JV — Anderson 4, Ostlund 7, McLean 8, Wolfe 1, DeBoer 4, Cameron 20, Hollenbeck 0, Campbell 7, Pratt 0, Mims 0.

KELLOGG — Whatcott 5, R. Luna 11, K. Luna 13, McLean 0, Groves 16, Maciosek 0, Frohlich 4, Walker 12, Hendrix 2, Bristow 0.

KELLOGG BOYS BASKETBALL

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Lakeland 64

Kellogg 57

RATHDRUM — The Wildcats and Hawks both got off to hot starts, but some untimely defensive lapses allowed the Hawks to pull away in both teams’ season opener.

Kolby Luna scored 17 points while Riply Luna notched 15 to lead the Wildcats.

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Moscow 82 Kellogg 61

MOSCOW — Riply Luna and Kolby Luna scored 19 points apiece for the Wildcats, who were unable to bounce back from an early hole against the Bears at Bear Den.

“They caught fire scoring 26 in the first quarter, and we didn’t do enough to make them uncomfortable,” Kellogg coach Mike Martin said. “We’re not where we need to be defensively quite yet.”

Tanner Groves scored 13 points for Kellogg.

Jamari Simpson scored 24 points for Moscow.

Kellogg 17171710 —61

Moscow 26 28 14 14 — 82

KELLOGG — Whatcott 3, R. Luna 19, K. Luna 19, McLean 4, Groves 13, Maciosek 3, Walker 0, Hendrix 0, Bristow 0.

MOSCOW — Kees 8, Simpson 24, Rehder 4, Isakson 4, Brown 18, Strong 15, Skinner 0, Skinner 2, Hillman 4.

WALLACE BOYS BASKETBALL

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Wallace 60

Kootenai 16

HARRISON FLATS — Brad Tesky and Theron Morden scored 12 points each for the Miners in a win over the Warriors in the nonleague opener for both.

“We had too many turnovers and our defense needs a little work,” first-year Kootenai coach Jake Pfeiffer said. “They had some big guys were able to get some shots up on us. We’ll get back to work and continue to get better.”

Freshman Chris Moore scored eight points, senior Carter McGann seven points for Kootenai.

Wallace 18 19 18 6 — 60

Kootenai 3 2 10 1 — 16

WALLACE — Goldade 2, Davis 5, Streeter 3, Morin 2, Allison 4, Hasz 6, Schmidt 6, Morden 12, Murdock 0, Hull 8, Tesky 12.

KOOTENAI — Moore 8, Orford 1, C. McGann 7, Zavala 0, Hysell 0, Anderson 0, B. McGann 0, Hodges 0.

KELLOGG GIRLS BASKETBALL

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Kellogg 55

Lakeland 46

RATHDRUM — For the host Hawks, it was just one of those nights from the free-throw line. Lakeland finished 18 of 41 from the line, while the visiting Wildcats were 13 of 16 in a nonleague win at Hawk Court.

“We started well and then found ourselves out of position defensively and Kellogg made a nice run in the second quarter,” Lakeland coach Steve Seymour said. “We did a good job of responding in the third quarter and had some momentum, but lost some assignments defensively. It was just a few missed opportunities and Kellogg did a good job of executing at the end of the game.”

Senior Addie Kiefer had 20 points and 11 rebounds, Kenna Simon eight rebounds and Ziya Munyer eight rebounds for Lakeland.

“Addie had a great game,” Seymour said. “She played terrific and did a great job of pulling back into it. We got close, but weren’t able to finish it.”

Hailey Cheney had 17 points and eight rebounds for Kellogg.

“We played pretty organized on defense tonight,” Kellogg coach Jana Nearing said. “All of our girls were really consistent tonight. Lakeland did a good job of putting pressure on us, and we were able to find a way to handle it late.”

Kellogg 14161015 —55

Lakeland 13 9 15 9 — 46

KELLOGG — Karst 2, Jerome 15, VanHoose 4, Coe 0, Hill 6, Nearing 7, H. Cheney 17, Reed 4, M. Cheney 0, Potts 0.

LAKELAND — Terzulli 1, Sterling 8, L.Kiefer 0, Knowles 0, Gallus 2, Richardson 0, K. Simon 3, A. Kiefer 20, Munyer 6, L. Simon 6.

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Kellogg 54

Clark Fork 24

CLARK FORK — Sophomore Emily Coe almost had a tripledouble with 13 points, 15 rebounds and nine assists as the visiting Wildcats, without three starters and their head coach, beat the Wampus Cats in nonleague play.

Macy Jerome added 11 points, seven rebounds and six steals for the Wildcats, and Kay Reed had eight boards.

“All the players stepped up,” Kellogg assistant coach Gus Colburn said. “Some were in positions they’re not normally in, and they stepped up.”

Lily Reuter scored six points for Clark Fork.

Kellogg 21 1113 9 —54

ClarkFork 3 4 11 6 — 24

KELLOGG — S. Karst 6, Jerome 11, Vanhoose 9, Coe 13, A. Karst 5, Reed 2, M. Cheney 8, Potts 0.

CLARK FORK — Matteson 5, Valliere 2, Shelton 4, Reuter 6, Yancey 4, Thompson 3, Mace 0, Weymouth 0.

WALLACE GIRLS BASKETBALL

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WALLACE — Wallace senior Jaden House had 24 points to lead the Miners past the Post Falls JV 63-43 at Kirby Krulitz Court on Wednesday night.

“Post Falls is a scrappy team,” said Wallace coach Nicole Farkas, whose team beat the Trojan JV 47-34 on Nov. 19 in Wallace. “We are increasing the temp of our game and finding multiple ways to score. It was a good team effort tonight.”

Britany Phillips and Grace Hunter scored nine points each for Wallace.

Freshman Myckenzee Mitley scored 18 points for the Post Falls JV.

PostFallsJV 10 12 7 14 — 43

Wallace 21 17 11 14 — 63

POST FALLS JV — Berg 5, VanVolkinberg 0, Byrne 0, McGowan 4, Berger 2, Mitley 18, Miller 4, Gilmore 5, Conijn 0.

WALLACE — Specht 5, House 24, Phillips 9, Welch 5, Burmeister 6, Hendrick 4, Hunter 9, Taylor 1.

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Wallace 57

St. Maries 38

ST. MARIES — Senior Jaden House scored 20 points, hitting 5 of 9 from the 3-point line, to lead the Miners past the Lumberjacks in a nonleague game.

“We jumped out early and it was kind of back and forth early on,” St. Maries coach Gary Krumheuer said. “They caught fire and we quit shooting. We had to speed the game up, and it worked to their advantage.”

Berkli McGreal scored 12 points and Sami Sindt had 11 points and Stacie Mitchell had nine rebounds for St. Maries.

Britany Phillips scored 13 points for Wallace.

Wallace 16 6 18 17 — 57

St.Maries 6 3 17 12 — 38

WALLACE — Specht 2, Lewis 0, Gibson 0, House 20, Br. Phillips 13, Welch 12, Burmeister 7, Be. Phillips 0, Hendrick 0, Hunter 3, Taylor 0.

ST. MARIES — Elliott 0, Spray 3, McGreal 12, Rimel 0, Baird 0, Watkins 6, Mitchell 3, Sindt 11, Asbury 0, Sloper 3.

MULLAN BOYS BASKETBALL

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Lakeside 98

Mullan 25

PLUMMER — Vander Brown scored 27 points as the Knights rolled past the visiting Tigers in nonleague play at Ron Miller Court.

Brutis SiJohn and Nayati Vassar each added 16 points for Lakeside, and Qwincy Hall scored 12. Two nights earlier, the Knights scored 40 points in a 10-point loss at Timberlake.

“I think they just needed a little bit of confidence going,” Lakeside coach James Twoteeth said of his young team. “Vassar came in and did a nice job off the bench, with 10 rebounds.”

Luke Trogden scored 12 points for Mullan (0-1), which plays at Kootenai on Tuesday. Lakeside plays host Kellogg tonight in the first round of the Silver Valley Tournament at Andrews Gymnasium.

Mullan 9 4 9 3 — 25 Lakeside 34 25 26 13 — 98 MULLAN — Trogden 12, A. Zingler 4, Abtlah 2, Nelson 2, Rupp 2, T. Zingler 3.

LAKESIDE — Matt 8, V. Brown 27, SiJohn 16, Vassar 16, Rivera 2, Hall 12, P. Brown 2, Nomee 5, Key 8, Allen 2.

KELLOGG WRESTLING

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POTLATCH –– The shorthanded Wildcats finished fifth overall as a team at the Dick Griswold Invitational Tournament at Potlatch High School.

Sophomore phenom Kolter Wood picked right back up where he left off, winning the 126-lb championship while teammate Wyatt Hei grabbed the 113-lb title as well.

“Wyatt Hei and Kolter Wood were dominating in their weight classes on their way to season opening tournament wins,” Kellogg head coach Scott Miller said. “Really pleased with the way they wrestled and competed throughout the day.”

Eight other Wildcat grapplers found their way onto the podium and Miller is excited to see how his squad builds off of this early success.

“Having 10 placers was exciting, but even more exciting was how well all of our kids wrestled,” Miller said. “Because two weights had modified brackets it cost us from having two more placers so it shows it was a real team performance. I was happy not only how they competed against their opponents, but also against themselves which made them find wins because they didn't want to be outperformed by a teammate.”

Kellogg went 30-15 over the course of the tournament and due to their limited numbers it wasn’t enough to compete for the team championship.

Kellogg is back in action this weekend for the annual George Wild Invitational Tournament at Kellogg High School.

TEAM SCORES

  1. Post Falls 205
  2. Clearwater Valley 204
  3. St. Maries 144.5
  4. MaCall-Donnelly 134
  5. Kellogg 129

(Five of 13)

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS

113 - Wyatt Hei 1st

126 - Kolter Wood 1st

113 - Ricky Haralson 2nd

120 - Kolby Lemmon 3rd

126 - Jaeger Hall 3rd

132 - Tanner Williams 3rd

145 - Raymond Heely 3rd

106 - Chase Morden 4th

138 - Travis Eixenberger - 5th

182 - Austin Miller 5th

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