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Silver Valley Sports Recap: Jan. 1-9

| January 10, 2022 10:49 AM

WALLACE GIRLS BASKETBALL

• Jan. 8

Kellogg 59, Wallace 48 (OT)

WALLACE — Macy Jerome hit six 3-pointers, including two in overtime to finish with 22 points, leading the Wildcats past the Miners in a nonleague game at Kirby Krulitz Court.

“I am very proud of our girls,” said Wallace head coach Nichole Farkas. “We didn’t turn the ball over too much and played tough defense. It was a huge improvement from when we played them in November. Macie Jerome was on fire for Kellogg and gave us some trouble.”

Jaden House and Brittany Phillips scored 16 points each for Wallace.

Hailey Cheney scored 21 points for Kellogg.

Kellogg 9 17 9 13 11 — 59

Wallace 9 19 6 14 6 — 54

KELLOGG — Karst 0, Jerome 22, VanHoose 1, Coe 2, Hill 3, Nearing 4, H. Cheney 21, Reed 0, M. Cheney 3, Potts 3.

WALLACE — Specht 0, House 16, Phillips 16, Welch 10, Burmeister 2, Hendrick 3, Hemphill 2, Hunter 5.

KELLOGG BOYS BASKETBALL

• Jan. 8

Kellogg 36, Sandpoint 54

KELLOGG — Sandpoint grabbed control in the second quarter, using a 17-4 run en route to a 54-36 win over the Kellogg Wildcats in a nonleague game at Andrews Gymnasium, the Bulldogs first win over the Wildcats since 2018.

Kellogg beat Sandpoint 58-53 at Les Rogers Court on Dec. 9.

“Kellogg has a pretty rich tradition,” first-year Sandpoint coach Brian Childs said. “It’s a solid program and it’s hard to win at their place, so it was a pretty satisfying win.” Ethan Butler had 17 points, 10 rebounds and three assists, Rusty Lee 13 points eight rebounds, three assists and three steals for Sandpoint. Parker Childs had 12 points and Jacob Eldridge six points, 11 rebounds and three steals.

Luke Frohlich scored 12 points for Kellogg, which finished 2 for 19 from the 3-point line and 6 for 6 from the free throw line. On Tuesday, Sandpoint visits Bonners Ferry and Kellogg hosts Moscow.

Sandpoint 9 15 16 14 — 54

Kellogg 12 4 9 11 — 36

SANDPOINT — Lee 13, Eldridge 5, Dunkel 3, Dickens 2, Childs 12, Lane 2, Kuhn 0, Butler 17.

KELLOGG — Miller 0, Whatcott 0, R. Luna 8, K. Luna 7, Groves 9, Frohlich 10, Walker 2, McLean 0, Maciosek 0, Hendrix 0, Bristow 0.

MULLAN BOYS BASKETBALL

• Jan. 4

Kellogg JV 47, Mullan 46 (OT)

KELLOGG — Blake Coburn scored 15 points and Brodie Robinson added 14 as the Wildcat junior varsity held off the Tigers in overtime.

Floyd Nelson hit a 3-pointer with eight seconds left in regulation to force overtime for Mullan, which was missing top scorer Luke Trogden due to injury. Stephen Petit hit four 3s and led all scorers with 16 points. Nelson added 13 points, Austin Zingler 12.

“Both teams played really hard basketball; it was similar to a game you might see in late February,” Mullan coach Paul Elston said. “It was kind of a grind-it-out game. Both teams played really solid defensively.”

Mullan 9 7 12 18 — 46

Kellogg JV 13 8 6 20 — 47

MULLAN — Floyd Nelson 13, Austin Zingler 12, Alex Trogden 4, Tristan Zingler 1, Talon Rupp-Connors 0, Logan Petit 0, Stephen Petit 16.

KELLOGG JV — Robinson 14, Bush 0, Coburn 15, Towne 3, Blalack 0, Jennings 0, Neill 6, Knight 8, Barker 1.

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