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Silver Valley Sports Recap: Dec. 12-18

| December 20, 2022 1:00 AM

KELLOGG GIRLS BASKETBALL

• Dec. 14

Kellogg 60, Priest River 17

KELLOGG — Emily Coe scored 17 points for the Wildcats in a win over the Spartans in the Central Idaho League opener for both at Andrews Gymnasium.

Dani Schillereff had 10 points and 11 rebounds for Kellogg.

Lizzie McCracken scored eight points for Priest River.

PriestRiver 3 5 9 0 — 17

Kellogg 17 17 17 9 — 60

PRIEST RIVER — Marinello 0, Pound 0, Thompson 0, Burgess-Duquette 2, Humphrey 7, Yount 0, McCracken 8.

KELLOGG — Jerome 8, Schillereff 10, Coe 17, Karst 4, Hendrickson 7, Bening 2, Cheney 8, Potts 4, M. Groth 0.

• Dec. 16

Kellogg 46, Wallace 26

KELLOGG — Emily Coe scored 13 points for the Wildcats in a nonleague win over the Miners at Andrews Gymnasium. Macy Jerome and Dani Schillereff scored 10 points each for Kellogg.

Britany Phillips scored 15 points for Wallace, which hosts Kellogg on Jan. 5.

Wallace 5 5 5 11 — 26

Kellogg 12 13 10 11 — 46

WALLACE — Birdsell 0, Lewis 1, K. Phillips 6, Br. Phillips 15, Hasz 0, Hull 0, Be. Phillips 2, Hendrick 3.

KELLOGG — Jerome 10, M. Groth 0, Schillereff 10, Coe 13, Karst 5, Hendrickson 0, Bening 3, Cheney 3, Potts 2.

MULLAN GIRLS BASKETBALL

• Dec. 13

Lake City JV 39, Mullan 26

MULLAN — KaeLee Kolden and Ava Nordberg scored 11 points each for the Timberwolves JV in a win over the Tigers at Lake City High.

Jazzmyn Nelson scored 19 points for Mullan.

Mullan 2 5 11 8 — 26

Lake City frosh. 11 12 7 9 — 39

MULLAN — Lowman 2, Nelson 19, Garitone 3, Blankenship 0, Petit 0, Haig 0, Charvez 0, Frazier 2.

LAKE CITY JV — Sutton 0, Neeley 3, Larson 2, Brouse 2, Reyes 2, Kolden 11, Dement 8, Norberg 11.

• Dec. 16

Mullan 45, Post Falls C 42

MULLAN — Jazzmyn Nelson scored 26 points for the Tigers in a win over the Trojans ‘C’ at the Mullan Pavilion.

Candice Spears scored 23 points for the Post Falls ‘C’.

Post Falls C 10 3 15 14 — 42

Mullan 12 13 17 3 — 45

POST FALLS C — Murphy 3, Norwood 2, Zimmerman 14, Barron 0, Evans 0, Spears 23, Benzinger-Stephens 0, Blankenship 0.

MULLAN — Lowman 5, Nelson 26, Garitone 1, Blankenship 2, Petit 1, Charvez 8, Frazier 2.

MULLAN BOYS BASKETBALL

• Dec. 13

Lake City freshman 59, Mullan 49

COEUR d’ALENE — Tyson Ruggiero scored 13 points for the Timberwolves freshmen in a win over the Tigers at Lake City High.

Floyd Nelson scored 15 points for Mullan.

Mullan 16 12 10 11 — 49

Lake City C 23 7 15 14 — 59

MULLAN — Nelson 15, Trogden 0, A. Zingler 12, T. Zingler 12, S. Petit 7, Appiah 0, Acheson 1, L. Petit 2, Rupp Conners 0, Knoll 0, Ayers 0.

LAKE CITY FRESHMEN — Oxenrider 2, Duce 0, Swope 4, Adams 12, Ruggiero 13, C. Oxenrider 2, Chaffin 0, Kiracofe 2, Ross 2, Plummer 5, Kitsak 0, Proudfood 5.

• Dec. 16

Mullan 49, Post Falls C 40

MULLAN — Austin Zingler scored 12 of his 16 points in the second half as the Tigers held off Trojans C team at the Mullan Pavilion.

“Austin does a lot of good things for us,” Mullan coach Paul Elston said. “Both Logan (Petit) and Talan (Rupp Connors) played well on defense and stepped in due to injuries to give us a spark tonight.”

Donald Shaw scored 13 points for the Post Falls C.

Post Falls C 5 11 12 12 — 40

Mullan 11 12 13 12 — 49

POST FALLS C — Shaw 13, Pratt 2, Kern 0, Beresford-Wood 0, Fish 12, Dean 3, Foreman 4, Haakinson 0, Lange 2, Nay 4.

MULLAN — A. Zingler 16, T. Zingler 11, S. Petit 6, L. Petit 3, Rupp Connors 3, Knoll 0, Trogden 11, Appiah 0.

WALLACE BOYS BASKETBALL

• Dec. 13

Post Falls JV 68, Wallace 36

POST FALLS — Freshman Jaxon Lynse made three 3-pointers, all in the third quarter, and scored a game-high 20 points as the Trojan junior varsity beat the Miners varsity at The Arena.

Jace Ostlund added 12 points for the Post Falls JV.

“Our defensive intensity led us through this game; the kids played hard,” Post Falls JV coach Jayson Ulrich said.

Brad Tesky scored 12 points, Aydin Hasz 11 for Wallace.

Wallace 6 16 9 5 — 36

Post Falls JV 16 17 19 16 — 68

WALLACE — Ritchey 0, Tesky 12, Streeter 6, J. Davis 0, Hasz 11, Schmidt 2, Morton 0, D. Davis 3, Cleveland 2.

POST FALLS JV — Ulrich 6, Coppinger 2, Ries 5, Lysne 20, Naylor 6, Nash 5, Campbell 7, Ostlund 12, Reynolds 3, Hudson 2.

• Dec. 15

Wallace 41, Clark Fork 29

WALLACE — Brad Tesky scored 20 points for the Miners in a nonleague win over the Wampus Cats at Kirby Krulitz Court.

Chase SanRoman scored 11 points for Clark Fork.

Clark Fork 8 1 9 11 — 29

Wallace 8 14 7 12 — 41

CLARK FORK — SanRoman 11, Howard 4, Shelton 8, Caven 4, Montgomery 2, Mintkan 0, Bailey 0.

WALLACE — Tesky 20, Streeter 0, Davis 5, Hasz 2, Ritchey 23, Morden 0, Schmidt 6, Cleveland 5.

KELLOGG WRESTLING

• Dec. 14

COEUR d’ALENE — The 2A Kellogg Wildcats picked off 5A foes Coeur d’Alene and Lake City in a pair of duals at Coeur d’Alene High on Wednesday night.

“Kellogg, they’re a good, veteran team,” Coeur d’Alene coach Jeff Moffat said. “They’re going to be a handful in the 2A ranks. They’ve put in a lot of work to get where they’re at right now.”

Kellogg beat Coeur d’Alene 49-36 after handing Lake City a 54-30 defeat.

“Both of them have limited varsity experience, but stepped up,” Lake City coach Corey Owen said. “Both of them got pins that would have been the difference in the dual for sure. We came out flat against Kellogg, but the kids responded against Lakeland. Lakeland’s got a good team and our kids wrestled their butts off. I was really proud of them for that.”

The Wildcats' dominance wasn’t unnoticed by their own coach Scott Miller, who is loving what he has seen from his team early on.

“I'm really proud of our team,” Miller said. “We had two tough matches against teams that have traditionally had their way with us and we didn't blink. I thought our kids wrestled smart, clean matches and we really worked hard in all of the matches wrestled. It was a really good night for us obviously and we certainly feel good about ourselves.”

All four teams will compete in the Tri-State Invitational on Friday and Saturday at North Idaho College.

KELLOGG 54, LAKE CITY 30

98 — Aiden Figueroa, Kell, by forfeit. 106 — Chase Scribner, Kell, p. Jacob Werner, 1:09. 113 — Zach Macdonald, LC, p. Dalton Coburn, 1:10. 120 — Ricky Haralson, Kell, p. Josh Macdonald, 1:04. 126 — Kolter Wood, Kell, p. Brycen Duboise, :43. 132 — Jaeger Hall, Kell, p. Jackson Duva, 1:40. 138 — Wyatt Storey, Kell, p. Isaac Carlson, 1:22. 145 — Blaine Leonard, LC, p. Travis Eixenberger, 1:58. 152 — Brady Vergobbi, Kell, d. Nathan Booth, 6-1. 160 — Jayce Garcia, Kell, p. Wyatt Matthew, 2:37. 170 — Ramsey Rainio, Kell, p. Landon Moore, :38. 182 — Dane Luciano-Desmith, LC, by forfeit. 195 — Garrett Leonard, LC, p. Tanner Lee, 3:43. 220 — Clifford Eddington, LC, by forfeit. 285 — Kyle VanVleet, Kell, d. Erik James, 8-7.

KELLOGG 49, COEUR d’ALENE 36

98 — Rocco White, Cd’A, p. Aiden Figueroa, 1:14. 106 — Chase Scribner, Kell, p. Chris Catalone, 2:00. 113 — Tanner George, CdA, p. Dalton Coburn, 2:35. 120 — Ricky Haralson, Kell, by forfeit. 126 — Kolter Wood, Kell, md. Alyssa Randles, 9-1. 132 — Jaeger Hall, Kell, p. Logan Bradley, 1:51. 138 — Gabe Larsen, Cd’A, p. Wyatt Storey, 3:16. 145 — Travis Eixenberger, Kell, d. Aaron Johnson, 7-6. 152 — Brady Vergobbi, Kell, p. Brett Meyers, :42. 160 — Jayce Garcia, Kell, p. Zak Wenglikowski, 2:17. 170 — Ramsey Rainio, Kell, p. Gabe Grassel, 5:44. 182 — Ty Paulin, Cd’A, by forfeit. 195 — Tanner Lee, Kell, p. Logan Trujillo, 2:30. 220 — William Fairbanks, Cd’A, by forfeit. 285 — Justin Hayes, Cd’A, p. Russell Fields, :40.

TRI-STATE

• Dec. 16-17

COEUR d’ALENE — A pair of Wildcat wrestlers found their way to the podium at the annual Tri-State Invitational at North Idaho College last weekend.

Jaeger Hall and Chase Scribner finished in sixth and seventh place respectively and the Wildcats finished 22nd overall as a team from a field of 59.

Five Kellogg wrestlers found themselves competing on Saturday, which is as good as Kellogg has performed at Tri-State in a while.

“It was as rugged as ever, but we did a really good job taking matches one at a time, dealing with what was in front of us, and finding ways to not only keep us in the match – but to win very difficult matches,” coach Scott Miller said. “I was pleased with all of our kids, every one of them came out with wins. Our kids set a record for points for us, it was our highest finish since I've been here, and it was great having five in the Saturday morning round, including our first semifinalist in a while. Overall, I'm pleased with the performance of all our guys.”

Hall and Scribner’s performances were heralded by Miller as well – as underclassmen, both look to be dominant for the remainder of the season.

“Jaeger gutted out two really tough matches on Friday to make the semifinals on Saturday. He continues to wrestle really clean matches – he wrestled really well all weekend and earned his spot on the podium. I'm really proud of him,” Miller said. “Having a freshman make the podium at this tournament really tells you how well Chase is wrestling. He has found his match, knows his strengths, and wrestles toward them. Having success and winning his last match is really important as he moves into the season. We’re really pleased with his progress and performance.”

TEAM SCORES — 1, Flathead 248.5. 2, Post Falls 229.5. 3, Orting 218. 4, Mead 178. 5, La Grande 169. 6, University 161. 7, Mt. Spokane 160. 8, Chiawana 126. 9, Othello 118. 10, Pullman 106.5. 11, Lake Stevens 98. 12, Granger 96. 13, Hermiston 94.5. 14, Hanford 93.5. 15, Tonasket 91. 16, Tahoma 84. 17, Frenchtown 78.5. 18, Lewiston 78. 19, Glacier Peak 76. 20, Kamiakin 72. 21, Deer Park 71.5. 22, Kellogg 71. 23, East Valley 68. 24, Kelso 67.5. 25, Lake City 64.5. 26 (tie), Moses Lake, Richland 63. 28 (tie), Coeur d’Alene, Lakeland 61. 30, Lakeside (Wash.) 54. 31, Priest River 53. 32, Sandpoint 50. 33, Jenkins 49. 34, Clarkston 48. 35, Davenport 45. 36 (tie), Potlatch, Timberlake 44. 38, Cheney 43. 39, Central Valley 42. 40, Shadle Park 39.5. 41, Libby 36. 42, Colville 33.5. 43, Riverside 33. 44, West Valley 32. 45, Reardan 30. 46, Vashon Island 29. 47 (tie), Lake Roosevelt, Okanogan 28. 49, Liberty 23. 50, Gonzaga Prep 21. 51, Moscow 19. 52, Bonners Ferry 18.5. 53, Royal 17. 54, North Central 13. 55, Sentinel 12. 56 (tie), Eatonville, Freeman 10. 58, Medical Lake 6. 59, Northwest Christian 0.

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