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Silver Valley Sports Recap: Dec. 5-11

| December 13, 2022 1:00 AM

KELLOGG BOYS BASKETBALL

• Dec. 8

Kellogg 55, Priest River 40

PRIEST RIVER — The visiting Wildcats outscored the Spartans 30-13 in the second half in the Central Idaho League opener for both schools.

“I’m super proud of our guys,” said Kellogg coach Mike Martin, who was without starters Logan Hendrix (flu) and Bridger McLean (concussion). “We were down two starters and had Kolby (Luna) get into foul trouble in the first quarter. In the second half, we started to play defense without fouling and getting better possessions and played more balanced.”

Kolby Luna scored 15 points, Reed Whatcott 14 points for Kellogg, which travels to Newport (Wash.) on Dec. 19.

Tyler Engelson scored 13 points for Priest River.

Kellogg 12 13 16 14 — 55

Priest River 12 15 8 5 — 40

KELLOGG — Miller 3, Whatcott 14, R. Luna 12, K. Luna 15, Coburn 2, Maciosek 2, O’Neil 2, Robinson 0, Taylor 5.

PRIEST RIVER — Mathews 6, Butler 5, Staudt 3, Marinello 2, T. Engelson 13, Korff 0, Z. Engelson 10, Kreager 0, Solomon 0, Yount 1.

KELLOGG GIRLS BASKETBALL

• Dec. 9

Kellogg 51, Bonners Ferry 68

BONNERS FERRY –– The host Badgers beat the Wildcats for the second time in 10 days on Friday. No stats or information was received.

MULLAN BOYS BASKETBALL

• Dec. 5

Mullan 49, Bonners Ferry ‘C’ 28

MULLAN — Juniors Austin Zingler and Alex Trodgen scored 15 and 12 points, respectively, as the Tigers downed the Badgers’ “C” team at the Mullan Pavilion.

“Austin does a lot of good things out there,” Mullan coach Paul Elston said. “And Alex rebounded the ball really well for us.”

Isaac Weaver and Micah Thompson each scored nine points for the Bonners “C” team.

Bonners “C” 7 2 9 10 — 28

Mullan 17 10 13 9 — 49

BONNERS FERRY “C” — Bennett 3, Weaver 9, Woelfle 4, Taylor 2, Phillips 3, R. Thompson 0, M. Thompson 9, Stanger 0, Hiatt 0.

MULLAN — Nelson 8, Trogden 12, A. Zingler 15, T. Zingler 0, S. Petit 5, Appiah 0, Acheson 2, L. Petit 2, Rupp Connors 2, Imes 2, Knoll 0, Ayers 0.

• Dec. 6

Kellogg JV 47, Mullan 44

MULLAN — Sophomore Brodie Robinson hit a 30-foot jumper with two seconds remaining to send the Wildcat JV past the Tigers at the Mullan Pavilion.

“Big-time players hit big-time shots and we think Brodie has the potential to be a big-time player for our program over the next few years,” Kellogg JV coach Josh McDonald said. “Mullan always plays a hard, physical brand of basketball, and matching that level of physicality and intensity with freshmen and sophomores can be challenging, but I’m proud of our guys for showing what they’re made of.”

Robinson scored 18 points for the Kellogg JV, which led 17-5 after the first quarter before Mullan rallied to take a 41-40 lead late in the fourth quarter. Junior Floyd Nelson hit a 3-pointer to tie the game at 44-44 for Mullan with five seconds remaining.

“I’m really proud of my kids,” Mullan coach Paul Elston said. “They hung in there and played good basketball in the second half. We got it rolling, but so did Kellogg. We did not win, but our guys played tough.”

Alex Trogden and Austin Zingler scored 10 points each for Mullan.

Kellogg JV 17 9 8 13 — 47

Mullan 5 16 9 14 — 44

KELLOGG JV — Clapper 6, Blalack 2, Hill 3, Murinko 8, Honnerlaw 2, Baker 4, McDonald 4, Robinson 18, Johnson 0, Nickerson 0, Jasso 0, Hoover 0.

MULLAN — Nelson 9, Trogden 10, A. Zingler 10, T. Zingler 6, S. Petit 9, L. Petit 0, Acheson 0.

• Dec. 8

Mullan 47, Wallace 39

MULLAN — Austin Zingler scored eight of his 15 points in the third quarter as the Tigers pulled away, then held off their Silver Valley rival Miners in nonleague play at the Mullan Pavilion.

“Austin was everywhere tonight, he was taking charges, taking the ball to the hole, rebounding like crazy,” Mullan coach Paul Elston said. “And we were able to weather the storm in the fourth.”

Floyd Nelson hit two 3-pointers and scored a game-high 16 points for Mullan, which won at home against Wallace for the first time in more than a decade. The Tigers won at Wallace last year.

Damian Davis scored 10 points for Wallace, which played without standout Brad Tesky (illness).

Wallace 8 5 11 15 — 39

Mullan 8 9 20 10 — 47

WALLACE — Ritchey 5, D. Davis 10, Streeter 9, Morden 0, Cleveland 2, J. Davis 7, Hasz 6, Schmidt 0.

MULLAN — Nelson 16, Trogden 8, A. Zingler 15, T. Zingler 2, S. Petit 4, L. Petit 2, Appiah 0, Acheson 0.

MULLAN GIRLS BASKETBALL

• Dec. 5

Mullan 35, Bonners Ferry freshmen 33

MULLAN — Jazzmyn Nelson scored 22 points for the Tigers in a win over the Badger freshmen at the Mullan Pavilion.

B.F. freshmen 7 8 10 8 — 33

Mullan 10 9 8 8 — 35

BONNERS FERRY FRESHMEN — Edwards 0, Kochin 16, Tuma 2, Childers 1, Cartwright 4, Faircould 0, Tuma 0, Hartman 10.

MULLAN — Lowman 4, Nelson 22, Garitone 1, Petit 0, Haig 2, Frazier 6.

• Dec. 6

Mullan 42, Kellogg JV 36

MULLAN — Jazzmyn Nelson scored 14 points for the Tigers in a win over the Wildcat junior varsity at the Mullan Pavilion.

Makaila Groth scored 15 points for the Kellogg JV.

Ellie Lowman and Autumn Charvez scored seven points each for Mullan.

Kellogg JV 14 6 7 9 — 36

Mullan 9 11 11 11 — 42

KELLOGG JV — Clapper 3, M. Groth 15, Reynoldson 4, A. Groth 6, Bening 3, Dechand 3, Hart 2.

MULLAN — Lowman 7, Nelson 14, Garitone 7, Blankenship 2, Streeter 0, Petit 0, Haig 0, Charvez 7, Frazier 5.

• Dec. 8

Wallace 57, Mullan 30

MULLAN — Brittany Phillips scored 17 of her 22 points in the first half, and the visiting Miners broke away in the last three quarters to beat the Tigers in nonleague play at the Mullan Pavilion.

Kylee Phillips added 14 points, Tia Hendrick 11 for Wallace, which led 18-13 after one quarter.

Jazzmyn Nelson scored 13 points for Mullan.

Wallace 18 16 14 9 — 57

Mullan 13 3 6 8 — 30

WALLACE — Birdsell 0, Striker 0, Berry 0, Lewis 0, K. Phillips 14, Br. Phillips 22, Berry 0, Hasz 8, Hull 0, Be. Phillips 11, Hendrick 11.

MULLAN — Lowman 5, Nelson 13, Garitone 3, Blankenship 4, Petit 1, Haig 0, Charvez 3, Frazier 3.

WALLACE BOYS BASKETBALL

• Dec. 6

Priest River 63, Wallace 29

PRIEST RIVER — The Spartans improved to 2-0 on the season with a nonleague win over the Miners.

WALLACE GIRLS BASKETBALL

• Dec. 6

Wallace 45, Priest River 31

WALLACE — Britany Phillips scored 22 points for the Miners in a win over the Spartans at Kirby Krulitz Court.

Kylee Phillips added seven points for Wallace, which played its first game since Nov. 19.

Desi Humphrey scored 14 points for Priest River.

PriestRiver 4 5 5 17 — 31

Wallace 10 12 11 12 — 45

PRIEST RIVER — Marinello 0, Pound 1, Thompson 2, Burgess-Duquette 0, Humphrey 14, Yount 4, McCracken 3, Kingery 0, Jensen 0, Coleman 5, Sophia 2.

WALLACE — Birdsell 2, Lewis 0, K. Phillips 7, Br. Phillips 22, O. Berry 0, Hasz 2, Hull 2, Be. Phillips 5, Hendrick 5.

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