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Silver Valley Sports Recap: Jan. 11-17

| January 18, 2021 2:48 PM
  • KELLOGG GIRLS BASKETBALL

1/12

Kellogg 53

Priest River 17

KELLOGG — Hailey Cheney had 19 points and nine rebounds as the Wildcats opened Intermountain League play with a win over the Spartans at Andrews Gymnasium. Grace Nearing added 12 points, eight assists and six steals for Kellogg.

It was an imposing of will for a Kellogg team that needed to get back into the win column and rode their workhorses to that end.

“We got a lot of traps out of our press,” Kellogg coach Jana Nearing said. “This is the first time we’ve had our whole team back since Dec. 9 (due to COVID and other reasons).”

Priest River 6 3 6 2 — 17

Kellogg 10102013 —53

PRIEST RIVER — Rantala 0, Freitas 6, Pound 0, Burgess-Duquette 0, Fitzmorris 2, Thompson 0, Palfrey 4, Kingery 0, Barton 0, Shockey 5.

KELLOGG — Jerome 6, Karst 0, VanHoose 6, Coe 4, Hill 1, Nearing 12, H. Cheney 19, Reed 4, M. Cheney 1.

1/16

Bonners Ferry 59

Kellogg 49

BONNERS FERRY –– The Wildcats and the Badgers were all knotted up at 25 at the intermission, but Kellogg was outscored 34 - 24 over the second half.

No stats or info were received for this ballgame.

  • WALLACE BOYS BASKETBALL

1/12

Timberlake 73

Wallace 64

WALLACE — Ethan Riley scored 27 points and Zach Yetter added 23 for the Tigers in a nonleague win over the Miners at Kirby Krulitz Court. “Every shot Ethan took was within the offense,” Timberlake coach Mike Menti said. “The boys did a good job of moving the ball around and getting him the ball, and Yetter too. They played really well. It was some good work.”

Hunter Higgins scored 13 points for Timberlake.

Carter Bailey and Connor Denson scored 13 points each for Wallace.

Timberlake 17 20 18 18 — 73

Wallace 17 18 11 18 — 64

TIMBERLAKE — Riley 27, Tay. Menti 4, Paslay 3, Yetter 23, Millsap 3, Antone 0, Higgins 13, Tan. Menti 0, Simpson 0, Swenson 0.

WALLACE — Farkas 6, Hogamier 10, Bailey 13, Morin 4, Denson 13, Hull 2, Hammerberg 2, Tesky 14.

  • KELLOGG BOYS BASKETBALL

1/16

Bonners Ferry 75

Kellogg 70 (OT)

BONNERS FERRY — Sophomore Travis Petersen forced overtime with two free throws with 6 seconds remaining, then scored six of his 11 points in overtime as the Badgers rallied past the Wildcats in the Intermountain League opener for both teams.

Kellogg made just 6 of 15 free throws in the fourth quarter, and finished 24 of 40 from the line.

“Real frustrating,” Kellogg coach Mike Martin said. “We did just about everything we could to lose that ballgame. We played the way we want to play for about two quarters. Things got a little tight down the stretch, and we needed one or two more basketball plays down the stretch.”

Braeden Blackmore scored 16 points for Bonners Ferry, which jumped out on top early in overtime.

“They just kept coming,” Martin said of Bonners. “There were times we felt we were going to open the game up, and they never went away.”

Logan Jerome scored 19 points for Kellogg, and Riply Luna added 16. Kellogg plays host to the Post Falls junior varsity on Wednesday.

Kellogg 16 16 17 12 9 — 70

BonnersFerry15 11 14 21 14 — 75

KELLOGG — R. Luna 16, K. Luna 13, Groves 7, Frohlich 4, Walker 11, Jerome 19, Hoffman 0.

BONNERS FERRY — Williams 13, Petersen 11, Rice 2, Hensley 10, Stockton 6, Hubbard 8, Mai 0, Beazer 4, Blackmore 16.