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Silver Valley Sports Recap: Jan. 31 - Feb. 6

| February 8, 2022 10:54 AM

KELLOGG WRESTLING

• Feb. 2

KELLOGG — The Wildcats got big nights from several of their standouts en route to beating the visiting Bulldogs 43-42 at Andrews Gymnasium.

The tight score makes it look like Sandpoint was actually competitive during the evening, but the Bulldogs did most of their damage in the forfeit department — meanwhile Kellogg won 15 of the 19 contested matches on the evening.

“I'm really proud of the team tonight. As usual, we spotted our opponents 30 points in forfeits so the way we came back and controlled what we could showed a lot of heart from this team,” Kellogg head coach Scott Miller said. “They believe they have a chance every time they step on the mat. All of our kids really stepped up tonight.”

• Feb. 5

BONNERS FERRY — The Wildcats put themselves right in the thick of things in a tightly contested Conrad Gardner Tournament at Bonners Ferry High School.

Seven Kellogg grapplers found their way into the championship matches, two emerged victorious.

Wyatt Hei and Kolter Wood continued their run of dominant performances bringing home the 113 and 120 pound titles respectively, Ricky Haralson, Jaeger Hall, Tanner Williams, Ethan Guy, and Brady Vergobbi all brought home second place finishes.

While Post Falls ran away with the team score, the 12-point differential between second place and sixth place made every single point scored an important one.

“Our team was short-handed again, but just went out and took care of what they had control of,” Kellogg head coach Scott Miller said. “I'm really proud of getting seven in the finals and Wyatt and Kolter were outstanding in winning their weight classes. Our eight scorers just couldn't outscore the other teams who had 12-15 scorers but they did a great job making it interesting for everyone else. Very proud of all our placers and feel real good about moving forward as we continue to get ready for the postseason.”

TEAM SCORES

1) Post Falls — 194

2) Bonners Ferry — 152

3) Sandpoint — 151

4) Lake City — 149

5) Lakeland — 141

6) KELLOGG — 140

7) Timberlake — 109

8) Post Falls 2 — 38

KELLOGG PLACERS

113 — Wyatt Hei, 1st Place

120 — Kolter Wood, 1st Place

106 — Ricky Haralson, 2nd Place

126 — Jaeger Hall, 2nd Place

132 — Tanner Williams, 2nd Place

138 — Eithan Guy, 2nd Place

152 — Brady Vergobbi, 2nd Place

106 — Chase Morden, 4th Place

120 — Kolby Lemmon, 4th Place

KELLOGG BOYS BASKETBALL

• Feb. 1

Kellogg 60, Bonners Ferry 56

BONNERS FERRY — Luke Frohlich gave the visiting Wildcats the lead for good with a minute remaining as Kellogg rallied past the Badgers in an Intermountain League game.

The Wildcats trailed by as many as 11, but rallied in the third quarter before putting the clamps on defensively in the fourth to steal a big road win.

Frohlich had 10 points and 10 rebounds, Kolby Luna 14 points for Kellogg).

Asher Williams scored 14 points for Bonners Ferry.

Kellogg 12 14 18 17 — 60

Bonners Ferry 12 25 13 6 — 56

KELLOGG — Miller 4, Whatcott 3, R. Luna 6, K. Luna 14, McLean 3, Groves 16, Frohlich 10, Walker 4.

BONNERS FERRY — R. Williams 12, Henslee 7, Petesch 0, A. Williams 14, Th. Bateman 3, Hubbard 10, Tr. Bateman 0, Mai 0, Blackmore 10.

• Feb. 4

Kellogg 60, Bonners Ferry 45

KELLOGG — Senior Luke Frohlich had 19 points and eight rebounds as the Intermountain League-leading Wildcats toppled the Badgers at Andrews Gymnasium, giving coach Mike Martin a happy 32nd birthday present.

“Luke was just steady tonight, he was a big part of our success tonight,” Martin said. “Our seniors really stepped up.”

Riply Luna added 11 points, six rebounds and three steals, and Tanner Groves had 10 points for Kellogg, which jumped out to a 15-4 lead after one quarter. The Wildcats, who won at Bonners 60-56 on Tuesday, held the Badgers to just one 3-pointer, after allowing seven 3s three days earlier.

“We were pretty locked in defensively,” Martin said. “They put a lot of shooters on the floor, and we wanted to make them beat us in a different way. We also wanted to cut off their transition.”

Braeden Blackmore led Bonners Ferry with 13 points.

Bonners Ferry 4 11 13 17 — 45

Kellogg 15 10 18 17 — 60

BONNERS FERRY — R. Williams 7, Henslee 4, Petesch 5, A. Williams 4, Th. Bateman 4, Hubbard 0, Tr. Bateman 4, Mai 4, B. Blackmore 13.

KELLOGG — Miller 3, Whatcott 0, R. Luna 11, K. Luna 8, McLean 2, Groves 10, Maciosek 0, Frohlich 19, Walker 7, Hendrix 0, Bristow 0.

KELLOGG GIRLS BASKETBALL

• Feb. 1

BONNERS FERRY — Girl Badger basketball put the pepper to the Kellogg Wildcats beating them 71-52.

The Badgers were 28 of 35 from the line.

“Everybody played well. We had a game plan and executed it. We freaked out a little bit at the end of the first half when we were up ten. Then Kellogg came out physical in the second half,” said head coach Travis Hinthorn.

Bonners Ferry — 20 11 16 24 71

Kellogg — 11 15 23 13 62

BONNERS FERRY — Pluid 19, Abubakari 16, B. Bayer 14, Sumpter 10, Blackmore 6, A. Bayer 2, Burt 1, Villaluz 1.

KELLOGG — Jerome 20, H. Cheney 14, Coe 10, Potts 7, Nearing 4, M. Cheney 5, Vanhoe 2,

• Feb. 5

Kellogg 60, Bonners Ferry 49

KELLOGG — The second-seeded Wildcats beat the third-seeded Badgers in the opening round of the 3A District I Tournament. No other stats or info were received.

WALLACE GIRLS BASKETBALL

• Feb. 2

Wallace 70, Genesis Prep 23

WALLACE — Senior Jaden House scored 17 of her 26 points in the third quarter for the Miners in a Scenic Idaho Conference win over the Jaguars.

Britany Phillips scored 11 points for Wallace. The Miners clinched at least a tie for the conference, with a game at Lakeside remaining on Saturday.

Bella DeBoer had 12 points for Genesis Prep.

Gen. Prep 4 8 7 4 — 23

Wallace 14 13 24 19 — 70

GENESIS PREP — E. Martin 2, Archer 0, Covey 0, Meerdink 0, S. Martin 2, Williams 0, DeBoer 12, Yount 2, Nichols 0, Anderson 4, Nelke 0, Lawler 1, Wilson 0.

WALLACE — Specht 6, Lewis 2, Hasz 0, House 26, Br. Phllips 11, Welch 0, Be. Phillips 0, Hedrick 9, Hemphill 2, Hunter 9, Taylor 5.

• Feb. 3

Wallace 61, Clark Fork 26

CLARK FORK — Clark Fork honored its seniors — Katelyn Matteson, Grace Yancy, and Kellie Mace — as a part of its senior night before its nonleague game against Wallace. The Miners did everything they could to spoil the Wampus Cats’ night including a 19-0 first quarter shut out.

Wallace finished the routing by a final score of 61-26. “We’ve been in constant situations where we either win by 20 or lose by 20,” Clark Fork girls basketball coach Jordan Adams said. “But at the end of the day, we find things that we need to work on and get better.”

In the second quarter, the Wampus Cats started to show some life. Lilly Reuter put up a corner 3 with 6:58 left in the quarter to end the 21-0 run.

Wallace slightly etched out Clark Fork 13-11 in the second.

Mattson paced the Wampus Cats with six points. Adams had some strong words for her senior leader.

“She’s been playing basketball longer than anyone else,” Adams said. “She’s a natural leader, she’s a do as I do not as I say. She’s quiet, but always leads by example.” Fellow senior Yancy also had six points.

Jaden House paced Wallace with 18 points.

Grace Hunter notched 13 and Bethany Phillips had 12.

Wallace 19 13 19 10 — 61

Clark Fork 0 11 6 9 — 26

CLARK FORK — Matteson 6, Shelton 3, Reuter 5, Yancy 6, Thompson 5, Herrick 1.

WALLACE — Specht 4, House 18, Hendrick 2, Welch 2, Hemphill 6, Hunter 13, Taylor 2, Phillips 12, Hasz 2.

• Feb. 5

Lakeside 39, Wallace 38

PLUMMER — First, Lakeside stole the ball and a win over the Wallace Miners to conclude Scenic Idaho Conference play on Saturday night.

Then, the Knights grabbed the top seed to the 1A Division I District 1 tournament by winning a coin flip following a 39-38 win over the Miners at Ron Miller Court.

Genesis Prep will face Wallace in a loserout game at 6 p.m. on Tuesday at North Idaho College, with the winner advancing to Thursday’s championship game against Lakeside. Destiny Matt stole a Wallace pass as time expired for Lakeside, which led 33-17 at halftime. Arianna Havier-Gorr scored 14 points for Lakeside.

“We played well in the first half, and defensively the entire game,” Lakeside coach Chris Dohrman said.

“Offensively, we didn’t do very well in the second half. We had an 11-point lead in the fourth quarter and took some shots we shouldn’t have and gave them chances to get back into it. Arianna had a really good game.”

Brittany Phillps scored 14 points for Wallace.

Wallace 5 12 9 12 — 38

Lakeside 18 15 4 6 — 39

WALLACE — Specht 0, Houston 8, Br. Phillips 14, Welch 2, Hedrick 2, Hunter 9, Taylor 0, Hemphill 3.

LAKESIDE — A. Holt 0, J. Holt 13, Wienclaw 0, Rivera 2, Matt 4, Havier-Gorr 14, Tsawklai 6, Erickson 0.

MULLAN BOYS BASKETBALL

• Jan. 31

Genesis Prep JV 30, Mullan 57

MULLAN — Mullan beat Genesis Prep JV 57-30 in nonleague action to improve to 3-9 overall. Luke Trogden led Mullan with 24 points, while Floyd Nelson and Alex Trogden pitched in 8 apiece.

GPJV 10 6 5 9 — 30

Mullan 15 21 10 11 — 57

GENESIS PREP JV — Bateman 10, Stewart 3, Martin 2, Early 2, Tosh 7, Meyer 3, Blood 2, Royalty 0, Cecil 0, Yasmenko 0, Jones 0, Wood 0, Nichols 0

MULLAN — Luke Trogden 24, Alex Trogden 8, Floyd Nelson 8, Austin Zingler 6, Stephen Petit 7, L. Petit 0, Talen Rupp Connors 0, Trystan Zingler 4, Appiah 0, Knoll 0

WALLACE BOYS BASKETBALL

• Feb. 3

Post Falls JV 63, Wallace 42

POST FALLS — Cobe Cameron scored 17 points for the Trojans junior varsity in a win over the Miners at The Arena.

Trenton McLean scored 15 points and Steven Anderson had 10 points for Post Falls JV. Cameron, McLean and Anderson combined for 10 3-pointers in the game. Dylan Wolfe had eight pounds and eight rebounds and Troy Ostlund 11 points and eight rebounds.

“Our defensive pressure and run-and jump stuff gave them some trouble in the second half,” Post Falls JV coach Brian Carlson said. “I’m proud of the way my kids battled.”

Luke Hull scored nine points for Wallace.

Wallace 15 11 13 3 — 42

Post Falls JV 19 13 15 16 — 63

WALLACE — Goldade 0, Davis 0, Tesky 5, Streeter 0, Morden 0, Allison 5, Jaramillo 7, Hasz 0, Schmidt 4, Murdock 0, Morin 8, Hull 9.

POST FALLS JV — Anderson 10, Ostlund 11, McLean 15, Wolfe 8, Cameron 17, Hollenbeck 0, Campbell 2, Pratt 0.

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