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Silver Valley Sports Recap: Dec. 27 to Jan. 1

| January 4, 2022 1:14 PM

KELLOGG WRESTLING

Dec. 30

ST. MARIES — The Wildcat grapplers had a solid showing during the Chad E. Ross Memorial Tournament at St. Maries High School.

After taking a few days off for Christmas, it was back to the grind for Kellogg – who, despite not having a champion during the tournament, found themselves regulars at the podium as the tournament wrapped up.

Chase Morden (98 lbs.) and Carter Stepro (145 lbs.) were the top finishers for Kellogg, grabbing second place in their respective weight classes, meanwhile Colby Lemmon (120 lbs.), Tanner Williams (132 lbs.), Raymond Heely (138 lbs.), and Ethan Guy (145 lbs.) all finished third.

“We went 26-18 on the day so it was a solid day of wrestling for our guys,” Kellogg head coach Scott Miller said. “I'm pleased with the number of placewinners we had and the way they grinded out wins during the day. Coming back from a short break for Christmas we weren't sure what to expect but on the whole we wrestled well.”

Kellogg will host Sandpoint this week before heading to Ronan, MT., for the Ronan Invitational this weekend.

TEAM SCORES

1) Post Falls 311

2) Lakeland 195.5

3) Priest River 156

4) St. Maries 135

5) Post Falls "2" 134

6) Kellogg 131

7) Bonners Ferry 83

8) Coeur d'Alene 63

9) Sandpoint 53.5

10) Northwest Christian (WA) 41

11) Rogers (WA) 35

12) Orofino 27

13) Kootenai 15

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS

98 — Chase Morden 2nd Place (1-1)

145 — Carter Stepro, 2nd Place (3-1)

120 — Colby Lemmon, 3rd Place (4-1)

132 — Tanner Williams, 3rd Place (4-1)

138 — Raymond Heely, 3rd Place (4-1)

145 — Ethan Guy, 3rd Place (3-1)

182 — Austin Miller, 4th Place (3-2)

120 — Wyatt Storey, 6th Place (1-2)

138 — Travis Eixenberger, 6th Place (2-2)

KELLOGG BOYS BASKETBALL

Dec. 28

Lapwai 70, Kellogg 46

LEWISTON — Kolby Luna scored 17 points for Kellogg in a loss to Lapwai in the opening round of the Avista Winter Classic at Lewis-Clark State College.

“That’s a good basketball team,” Kellogg coach Mike Martin said. “We played too passive and weren’t physical enough on the glass and they beat us up pretty good. We cut the lead to single-digits in the fourth quarter, but kind of emptied the tank and we didn’t have enough to get over the top.”

Luke Miller and Tanner Groves scored eight points each for Kellogg.

Kase Wynott scored 27 points for Lapwai.

Kellogg 11 10 14 11 — 46

Lapwai 21 15 12 22 — 70

KELLOGG — Miller 8, Whatcott 0, R. Luna 7, K. Luna 17, Groves 8, Maciosek 0, Frohlich 4, Walker 2, Bristow 0.

LAPWAI — Ellenwood-Jones 5, T. Yearout 18, Taylor 7, M. Brown 0, Mitchell 7, C. 0, A. Yearout 2, Henry 2, Ellenwood 0, Wynott 27.

Dec. 29

Annie Wright 79, Kellogg 68

LEWISTON — The Gators of Tacoma, Wash., forced 20 turnovers and scored 22 points off 19 offensive rebounds to beat the Wildcats in a consolation game in the Avista Winter Classic at Lewis-Clark State College.

“You can’t do that kind of stuff against anybody and expect to win,” Kellogg coach Mike Martin said. “Especially a team as good as that. We just couldn’t get a stop late to make it a two possession game.”

Kolby Luna had 23 points, six rebounds and four assists, Riply Luna 22 points and Tanner Groves 10 points and four steals for Kellogg.

Hunter Carter scored 26 points for Annie Wright.

Kellogg 15 16 19 18 — 68

Annie Wright 20 22 20 17 — 79

KELLOGG — Miller 0, Whatcott 3, R. Luna 22, K. Luna 23, Groves 10, Maciosek 0, Frohlich 9, Walker 1.

ANNIE WRIGHT — Harshman 16, Walsh 0, Seui 0, Carter 26, Montgomery 0, Kaupanger 12, Marshall 10, Bryant 14.

Dec. 30

Grangeville couldn’t make the trip to Lewiston to play the Wildcats in the seventh place game of the Avista Winter Classic.

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