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Silver Valley Sports Recap: Nov. 28 to Dec. 4

| December 6, 2022 11:00 AM

2022 BOYS SILVER VALLEY TOURNAMENT

• Dec. 2

Semifinals

Timberlake 64, Wallace 36

WALLACE — Jacob Vallieres scored a game-high 16 points for the Tigers, who pulled away in the second half to beat the Miners in the opening round of the Silver Valley Tournament at Kirby Krulitz Court.

“We were able to come out and played good pressure defense and were able to get some offense going,” Timberlake coach Mike LaFountaine said. “We’ve got a tough one tomorrow against Kellogg and glad we get to see them tomorrow night.”

Raj Olivieri had 13 points, Ayson McLuskie 11 points for Timberlake. Brad Tesky scored 13 points for Wallace.

Timberlake 14 4 19 27 — 64

Wallace 6 7 12 13 — 38

TIMBERLAKE — Olivieri 13, McLuskie 11, Vallieres 16, H. Higgins 7, V. Higgins 2, MacArthur 8, Yetter 6, McDougall 1.

WALLACE — Tesky 13, Streeter 9, Davis 3, Ritchey 3, Hasz 2, Cleveland 0, Schmidt 2, Morden 0, D. Davis 0.

Kellogg 71, Timberline 44

WALLACE — Senior Kolby Luna scored 13 of his game-high 27 points in the first quarter for the Wildcats, who overwhelmed the Spartans of Weippe in the opening round of the Silver Valley Tournament at Kirby Krulitz Court.

Riply Luna scored 11 points for Kellogg.

Gavin Christopherson scored 18 points for Timberline.

Kellogg 272317 4 —71

Timberline 9 11 15 9 — 44

KELLOGG — Miller 5, Whatcott 8, R. Luna 11, Coburn 5, Maciosek 2, O’Neill 2, Robinson 6, Hendrix 4, Taylor 4.

TIMBERLINE — Brown 11, West 6, Marshall 0, Nelson 0, Tuikolorato 2, Hunter 7, Christopherson 18.

• Dec. 3

Championship

Timberlake 70, Kellogg 60

WALLACE — The Tigers (2-0) beat the Wildcats (2-1) in the championship game of the Silver Valley Tournament at Kirby Krulitz Court.

Further information was not available.

Consolation

Timberline 45, Wallace 37

WALLACE — Parker Brown scored 24 points for the Spartans of Weippe in a win over the Miners in the consolation game of the Silver Valley Tournament at Kirby Krulitz Court.

Brad Tesky scored 20 points for Wallace.

Timberline 15 12 7 11 — 45

Wallace 14 6 9 8 — 37

TIMBERLINE — Brown 24, West 3, Nelson 2, Marshall 0, Tuikoloato 6, Christopherson 10.

WALLACE — Tesky 20, Streeter 7, J. Davis 6, Ritchey 2, Hasz 2, Morden 0, D. Davis 0, Schmidt 0, Cleveland 0.

WALLACE BOYS BASKETBALL

• Nov. 28

Wallace 54, Timberlake JV 26

WALLACE — Brad Tesky hit six 3-pointers, three in an 11-point first quarter, and finished with 28 points as the Wallace Miners beat the Timberlake Tigers junior varsity 54-26 on Monday night in the season opener for both teams at Kirby Krulitz Court.

Braden McDougall led the Timberlake JV with nine points.

TimberlakeJV 8 2 9 7 — 26

Wallace 17 14 12 11 — 54

TIMBERLAKE JV — Meidinger 2, Kropp 0, Devore 5, Alapai 2, Paslay 2, Dorman 4, Tebbe 0, Vallieres 2, McDougall 9.

WALLACE — Tesky 28, Streeter 8, J. Davis 8, Hasz 6, D. Davis 2, Morden 0, Schmidt 2.

WALLACE GIRLS BASKETBALL

• Nov. 29

St. Maries 52, Wallace 46

WALLACE — Taci Watkins had 17 points and seven rebounds, and the visiting Lumberjacks came from behind in the fourth quarter to beat the Miners in nonleague play.

Berkli McGreal added 10 points and four steals for St. Maries (2-1), and Stacie Mitchell had eight points and 10 rebounds.

Britany Phillips scored 21 points, Kylee Phillips 15 for Wallace (0-3).

St. Maries 9 19 10 14 — 52

Wallace 14 16 10 6 — 46

ST. MARIES — McGreal 10, Sexton 2, Spray 2, Watkins 17, Mitchell 8, Elliott 2, Sindt 8, Janssen 2, Linnemeyer 1, Lockridge 1.

WALLACE — Birdsell 0, Striker 0, Lewis 0, K. Phillips 15, Br. Phillips 21, Hasz 0, Be. Phillips 6, Hendrick 4.

• Dec. 1

Kootenai at Wallace, ppd., weather

WALLACE — The nonleague game at Kirby Krulitz Court was postponed due to the Wallace School District canceling school on Thursday.

No makeup date was announced.

KELLOGG GIRLS BASKETBALL

• Nov. 29

Bonners Ferry 70, Kellogg 43

KELLOGG — The visiting Badgers improved to 4-1 with the nonleague win over the Wildcats (1-3) at Andrews Gymnasium.

Bonners Ferry 9 27 19 15 — 70

Kellogg 8 7 14 14 — 43

KELLOGG BOYS BASKETBALL

• Nov. 29

Kellogg 50, Lakeland 45

RATHDRUM — Freshman Draeden Taylor hit a 3-pointer midway through the fourth quarter to give the Wildcats the lead for good in a win over the Hawks in the season opener for both at Hawk Court.

Senior Kolby Luna had 19 points and his brother Riply Luna added 16 for Kellogg, which closed the first half on a 13-2 run to take a 25-24 lead.

“Kellogg just played really hard and we didn’t do what we wanted to offensively,” Lakeland coach Tony Hanna said. “We didn’t knock down any shots tonight and get into a rhythm tonight. Kellogg just beat us to the 50/50 balls and outworked us to come away with the win.”

Junior Ben Ryan scored 11 points for Lakeland.

Kellogg 12 13 14 11 — 50

Lakeland 13 11 13 8 — 45

KELLOGG — Miller 5, Whatcott 1, R. Luna 16, K. Luna 19, McLean 0, Coburn 0, O’Neill 0, Robinson 0, Hendrix 4, Taylor 5.

LAKELAND — Nowell 8, Cameron 4, Ferguson 0, Ryan 11, Hocking 9, Anderson 7, Harris 4, Locke 2.

MULLAN BOYS BASKETBALL

• Nov. 30

Timberline 53, Mullan 24

WEIPPE — The Tigers fell to the Spartans in the season opener for both teams.

Floyd Nelson scored 12 points and Austin Zingler six points for Mullan, which is scheduled to host Lakeside tonight at the Mullan Pavilion.

“Timberline just keeps coming at you, they don’t stop,” Mullan coach Paul Elston said. “They have a very good program and their kids just stay after it with high intensity all the time. I thought our guys did some good things. We’ll need to keep working so we can improve our game from where we are at.”

Trikol Avatus scored 13 points for Timberline, which is scheduled to face Kellogg in the opening game of the Silver Valley Tournament on Friday at Kirby Krulitz Court in Wallace.

Mullan 5 5 11 3 — 24

Timberline 17 13 15 8 — 53

MULLAN – Nelson 12, Trogden 2, A. Zingler 6, T. Zingler 4, S. Petit 0, Appiah 0, Acheson 0, L. Petit 0, Rupp Connors 0, Imes 0, Ayers 0.

TIMBERLINE – Brown 7, West 7, Marshall 0, Nelson 2, Hunter 12, Avatus 13, Richardson 0, Christopherson 12.

• Dec. 1

Lakeside 86, Mullan 20

MULLAN — Senior Vander Brown scored 15 of his game-high 27 points in the third quarter for the Knights in a win over the Tigers at the Mullan Pavilion.

“Vander’s a pretty quick kid,” Mullan coach Paul Elston said. “Lakeside’s a tough matchup for a lot of teams and they keep coming after you. They’re very skilled and athletic. But our kids did a lot of good things and fought until the end.”

Austin Zingler scored six points for Mullan.

Lakeside 30 18 26 12 — 86

Mullan 4 5 10 1 — 20

LAKESIDE — V. Brown 27, SiJohn 13, Callahan 10, Rivera 2, Hall 4, Hendrickx 2, Spotted Horse 3, Moffit 6, Charley 14, Peone 7.

MULLAN — F. Nelson 3, Trogden 2, A. Zingler 6, T. Zingler 3, T. Petit 3, Appiah 0, Acheson 2, L. Petit 1, Rupp Connors 0, Imes 0, Ayers 0.

MULLAN GIRLS BASKETBALL

• Dec. 1

Lakeside 67, Mullan 28

MULLAN — Arianna Havier-Gorr scored 18 points for the Knights in a nonleague win over the Tigers at the Mullan Pavilion.

Kiley Wolfe scored 13 points for Lakeside (3-1).

Jazzmyn Nelson scored 14 points for Mullan.

Lakeside 19 21 18 9 — 67

Mullan 10 0 8 10 — 28

LAKESIDE — Gorr 0, Pluff 3, Wolfe 13, Rivera 4, Wineclaw 0, K. Allen 7, Matt 11, Lawley 9, Havier-Gorr 18, A. Allen 0, Abrahamson 0.

MULLAN — Lowman 5, Nelson 14, Garitone 0, Blankenship 2, Streeter 0, Petit 0, Haig 0, Charvez 6, Frazier 1.

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