Silver Valley Sports Recap: Nov. 14-20
The Sandpoint Bulldogs won the 2022 Silver Valley Tournament.
WALLACE GIRLS BASKETBALL
• Nov. 17
Wallace 51, Post Falls JV 44
POST FALLS — Britany Phillips scored 28 points for the Miners in a win over the Trojans JV at The Arena.
Tia Hendrick scored 12 points for Wallace.
KELLOGG GIRLS BASKETBALL
Silver Valley Tournament
• Nov. 18
Bonners Ferry 55, Wallace 15
KELLOGG — No stats were received for this game.
Sandpoint 58, Kellogg 29
KELLOGG — Aliya Strock scored all of her game-high 19 points in the first three quarters for the Bulldogs in a win over the Wildcats in the semifinals of the Silver Valley Tournament at Andrews Gymnasium.
Karlie Banks and Daylee Driggs scored 14 points each for Sandpoint.
Macy Jerome scored 13 points for Kellogg.
Sandpoint 19 18 17 4 — 58
Kellogg 9 6 5 9 — 29
SANDPOINT — K. Cessna 7, De, Driggs 0, Da. Driggs 14, David 0, P. Cessna 2, Laybourne 0, Richardson 2, Tuinstra 0, Bleckwenn 0, Strock 19, Banks 14, Thaete 0.
KELLOGG — Clapper 0, Jerome 13, M. Groth 0, Dechand 0, Coe 7, Karst 3, Reynoldson 2, A. Groth 0, Hendrickson 0, Bening 2, Potts 2, Hart 0.
• Nov. 19
Sandpoint 60, Bonners Ferry 46
KELLOGG — Kelsey Cessna scored 16 points to lead four Sandpoint players into double figures as the Bulldogs beat Bonners Ferry 60-46 in the championship game of the Silver Valley Tournament on Saturday afternoon at Andrews Gymnasium.
Karlie Banks added 15 points, Daylee Driggs 13, Aliya Strock 11 for Sandpoint (2-1), which opened the season with three games in three days, starting Thursday vs. 5A Lake City.
“What we saw over the last three days is that all of our girls stepped up,” Sandpoint coach Will Love said.
Sandpoint scored 19 points in the first quarter, then used a 2-2-1 press on Bonners Ferry.
Markynn Pluid scored 15 points to lead Bonners Ferry, and Asha Abubakari added 12.
“Our girls did a good job at handling Bonners Ferry and not letting them get too close,” Love said. “We have a lot of respect for their program and knew it was going to be a tough game.”
Bonners Ferry 13 13 7 13 — 46
Sandpoint 19 24 9 8 — 60
BONNERS FERRY — Petesch 2, Villaluz 2, Kimball 0, Pluid 15, Peterson 0, Hinthorn 0, Blackmore 6, Abubakari 12, B. Bayer 6, Flack 0, Thompkins 0, Sumpter 3, A. Bayer 0.
SANDPOINT — K. Cessna 16, De. Driggs 0, Da. Driggs 13, David 0, P. Cessna 0, Richardson 5, Tuinstra 0, Bleckwenn 0, Strock 11, Laybourne 0, Banks 15, Thaete 0, David 0.
Kellogg 58, Wallace 30
KELLOGG — Macy Jerome scored 15 of her game-high 23 points in the second quarter for the Wildcats in a win over the Miners in the consolation game of the Silver Valley Tournament at Andrews Gymnasium.
“Our offense just opened up for Macy to do her thing today,” Kellogg coach Jana Nearing said. “When she wasn’t getting an open look, she was able to make some important passes.”
Jerome also had seven rebounds and six steals, Emily Coe had 10 points, five assists and four rebounds and Makaila Groth six rebounds for Kellogg.
Britany Phillips scored 11 points for Wallace.
Wallace 9 9 6 6 — 30
Kellogg 11 26 6 15 — 58
WALLACE — Birdsell 1, Striker 0, Berry 0, Lewis 2, K. Phillips 7, Br. Phillips 11, O. Berry 0, Hasz 0, Hull 0, Be. Phillips 2, Hendrick 7.
KELLOGG — Jerome 23, Groth 0, Dechand 0, Coe 10, Karst 4, Reynoldsen 0, A. Groth 9, Bening 6, Potts 6.
ALL-CENTRAL IDAHO LEAGUE FOOTBALL
Coach of the Year — Dan Davidian, Kellogg
Player of the Year — Kolby Luna, sr., Kellogg
Offensive MVP — Riply Luna, sr., Kellogg
Defensive MVP — Varick Meredith, sr., Kellogg
Lineman of the Year — Matyus McLain, sr., Priest River
First team Offense Quarterback — Riply Luna, sr., Kellogg. Running backs — Trey Gibson, jr., St. Maries; Colyn Goeckner, sr., Grangeville. Wide receivers — Kolby Luna, sr., Kellogg; Varick Meredith, sr., Kellogg; Ramsey Rainio, jr., Kellogg. Tight end — Matyus McLain, sr., Priest River. Offensive line — Gabe Jenicek, sr., Kellogg; Ethan Spencer, so., Kellogg; Landon Reynolds, jr., Priest River; Landon Warren, sr., St. Maries; Jordan Corne, sr., St. Maries.
First team Defense
Defensive line — Matyus McLain, sr., Priest River; Colyn Goeckner, sr., Grangeville; Tanner Lee, sr., Kellogg. Linebackers — Varick Meredith, sr., Kellogg; Daeton Bauer, sr., Kellogg; Trey Gibson, jr., St. Maries; Edward Harrison, so., Orofino; Trid Charlie, sr., Grangeville. Defensive backs — Kolby Luna, sr., Kellogg; Riply Luna, sr., Kellogg; Jared Badgett, sr., St. Maries; Darrion Cannon, sr., Orofino.
Kicker — Alex Powers, sr., Orofino. Punter — Gavin Griesmet, fr., Priest River.
Second team Offense Quarterback — Cody Klement, jr., Grangeville. Running backs — Deegan Goins, sr., Priest River; Nolan Williams, jr., Orofino. Wide receivers — Hayden Sorbel, sr., Priest River; Darrion Cannon, sr., Orofino; Trace Wicks, sr., St. Maries. Tight end — Tristun Hill, sr., St. Maries. Offensive line — Tom O’Nell, so., Kellogg; Tanner Lee, sr., Kellogg; Hayden Strange, jr., Priest River; Evan Simpson, so., Orofino; Jackson Nantell, jr., St. Maries.
Defensive line — Tristun Hill, sr., St. Maries; Landon Reynolds, jr., Priest River; Jesse Poisel, sr., Priest River. Linebackers — Jayden Bauer, jr., Kellogg; Deegan Goins, sr., Priest River; Kemper Dabrowski, jr., Priest River; Luke McAdow, sr., Orofino; Cory Godwin, sr., Orofino. Defensive backs — Ramsey Rainio, jr., Kellogg; Nolan Williams, jr., Orofino; Hayden Sorbel, sr., Priest River; Jayden LaGretta, jr., Grangeville.