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Silver Valley Sports: Nov. 27 - Dec. 3

| December 5, 2023 1:00 AM

WALLACE GIRLS BASKETBALL 


- 11/28 


Wallace 55 St. Maries 37


ST. MARIES — Britany Phillips scored 10 of her game-high 25 points in the third quarter for the Miners in a nonleague win over the Lumberjacks.

Tia Hendrick scored 11 points for Wallace, which finished 19 of 28 from the free-throw line.

Freshman Raevyn Yearout had 12 points and six rebounds for St. Maries.

“She’s been getting better and better as we go,” St. Maries coach Gary Krumheuer said. “She made some freshman mistakes, but played really well for us. She really got after it tonight.”


Wallace 10 18 15 12 — 55 

St.Maries 8 3 11 15 — 37 

WALLACE — Birdsell 7, Striker 0, Lewis 1, Hasz 5, Wood 4, Br. Phillips 25, Be. Phillips 2, Hendrick 11.

ST. MARIES — Elliott 3, Thomas 2, Martin 0, R. Yearout 12, Sindt 2, Janssen 9, Sloper 0, M. Yearout 0, Linnemeyer 3.


- 12/1


Wallace 62, East Valley 25


WALLACE –– Senior Britany Phillips poured in 34 points as the Miners knocked off the visiting Knights at Kirby Krulitz Court. 

Khepri Wood added 13 points for Wallace, who led 25-13 at the half. 

East Valley was led by Jaden Thomas, who finished with nine points. 


Wallace 13 11 17 21 — 62

East Valley 4 9 6  6 — 25

WALLACE –– Birdsell 5, Striker 0, Lewis 2, Hasz 1, Wood 13, Br. Phillips 34, Be. Phillips 6, Hendrick 1, Delano 0.

EAST VALLEY –– Salina 0, Moore 0, Taylor 7, Rassmussen 7, Xiong 0, Seamore 2, Weger 0, Thomas 9, Dach 0, Payne 0, Fatzingr 0. 


KELLOGG BOYS BASKETBALL 


- 11/28


Lakeland 67 Kellogg 40


KELLOGG — Leading by just two points late in the first quarter, the visiting Hawks outscored the Wildcats 27-8 the rest of the half in the nonleague season opener for both teams at Andrews Gymnasium.

“They turned us over quite a bit in the first half,” said Kellogg coach Mike Martin, whose squad had 14 turnovers in the first two quarters. “They threw a press at us early, then they mixed up their halfcourt stuff … they threw a lot at us. We have four guys back, but only one guy who played significant minutes. But once we settled in and got through that stretch, the kids continued to compete.”

Junior Gabe Harris scored a game-high 15 points for Lakeland. Junior Mason Hensley hit three 3-pointers and added 13 points, and senior Kenton Ferguson chipped in 12 points.

Sophomore Draeden Taylor led Kellogg with 11 points.


Lakeland 18 21 16 12 — 67 

Kellogg 10 8 15 7 — 40 

LAKELAND — Hensley 13, Ferguson 12, Ryan 6, Tebbe 5, Varner 4, Weil 0, Roth 3, Cook 4, Hillman 0, Carrel 3, Harris 15, Yager 2.

KELLOGG — Robinson 8, Whatcott 4, Coburn 8, Taylor 11, Blalack 2, Fields 0, Lewis 7, McDonald 0, Cheney 0, Vindasius 0.


- 12/1


Kellogg 65 Coeur du Christ 36


KELLOGG — Sophomore Draeden Taylor scored 10 points for the Wildcats, who advanced to the championship game of the Silver Valley Tournament with a win over the Saints at Andrews Gymnasium.

“Everyone scored for us, and that’s just how we’re going to be built this year,” Kellogg coach Mike Martin said. “Everything is going to be a little more balanced with this group.”

Junior Brodie Robinson and freshman Porter Lewis scored eight points each for Kellogg.

“It’s going to be a really good test for us and our group,” Martin said. “It will be good to see if we can match that intensity that they bring.”

Patrick Schlader scored 19 points for Coeur du Christ.


CoeurduChrist 7 8 17 4 — 36 

Kellogg 15 17 15 18 — 65 

COEUR du CHRIST — P. Schlader 19, S. Hayes 2, Connelly 11, G. Hayes 0, Urbina 0, T. Schlader 3, O’Neil 0, Drewser 1.

KELLOGG — Robinson 8, Whatcott 7, Coburn 8, Taylor 10, Blalack 4, Lewis 8, McDonald 7, Garry 5, Cheney 4, Vindasius 4.


- 12/2


Lakeside 57 Kellogg 27


KELLOGG — Brutis SiJohn, Liam Hendrickx, Qwincy Hall and Tyson Charley scored 11 points each for the 1A Division I Knights in a win over the 2A Wildcats in the championship game of the Silver Valley Tournament at Andrews Gymnasium.

Lakeside, which claimed the state 1A Division 1 championship in March, improved to 3-0.

Reed Whatcott and Draeden Taylor scored nine points each for Kellogg.


Lakeside 11 11 17 18 — 57 

Kellogg 10 5 7 5 — 27

LAKESIDE — Peone 1, SiJohn 11, Callahan 5, Hendrickx 11, Nomee 3, Hall 11, Jones 0, Spotted Horse 0, Kee 4, Charley 11.

KELLOGG — Robinson 0, Whatcott 9, Coburn 4, Taylor 9, Blalack 0, Fields 0, Lewis 0, McDonald 2, Garry 3, Cheney 0, Vindasius 0.


MULLAN BOYS BASKETBALL 


- 11/28


Genesis Prep JV 68 Mullan 32


POST FALLS — Freshman Sawyer Bateman scored 18 points for the Jaguars JV in a win over the Tigers at The Courts at Real Life.

Talon Rupp-Connors scored 12 points for Mullan.

“Our kids did not fold tonight,” Mullan coach Paul Elston said. “We got into a little bit of a rhythm in the second half. Genesis Prep is a good program and play fundamentally strong.”

Junior Landon Gintz scored 16 points for Genesis Prep.


Mullan 1001111—32 

Gen.Prep 23 16 17 12 — 68 

MULLAN — L. Petit 6, Appiah 9, Rupp-Connors 12, C. Imes 3, Calvert 0, Ayers 0, Morgan 2.

GENESIS PREP JV — Swanson 4, Bateman 18, Gintz 16, Miller 5, Hatten 0, Stetzelberger 0, Morast 13, Tucker 12.


WALLACE BOYS BASKETBALL 


- 11/29


Wallace 71 Timberlake JV 52


WALLACE — Julian Davis had 38 points, 10 rebounds and four steals for the Miners in a win over the Tigers JV at Kirby Krulitz Court in the season opener for both schools.

Max Simpson scored 18 points for Timberlake JV.


Tim.JV 8 11 18 15 — 52 

Wallace 19 15 17 20 — 71 

TIMBERLAKE JV — Brennan 5, Montes 2, Haines 2, Averett 0, Martin 0, Van Gundy 6, Smith 12, Rush 12, Simpson 18.

WALLACE — Stutzke 0, Sabala 2, Schmidt 5, Harson 4, Therrian 0, Myles 2, Anderson 0, Guardipee 5, Davis 38, Paul 0, Williams 6, Cleveland 9.


- 12/1


Lakeside 82 Wallace 26


KELLOGG — Tyson Charley led five players in double figures with 22 points for the Knights in a win over the Miners in the Silver Valley Tournament at Andrews Gymnasium.

Brutis SiJohn added 16 points for Lakeside.

“It was a good game for us,” Lakeside coach James Twoteeth said. “We were able to play a lot of guys and get them some experience.”

Julian Davis scored 14 points for Wallace.


Lakeside 27 16 21 18 — 82 

Wallace 6 9 7 4 — 26 

LAKESIDE — Peone 7, SiJohn 16, Callahan 10, Hendrickx 13, Nomee 0, Hall 2, Jones 0, Spotted Horse 2, Kee 10, Charley 22.

WALLACE — Davis 14, Guardipee 2, Paul 0, Cleveland 6, Larson 4, Myles 0, Anderson 0, Williams 0, Stutzke 0, Therrian 0, Sabala 0.


- 12/2


Coeur du Christ Academy def. Wallace 


KELLOGG –– The Saints of Coeur du Christ Academy knocked off the Miners in the consolation game of the Silver Valley Tournament. 

No score or stats were reported for this game.


MULLAN GIRLS BASKETBALL 


- 11/30


PLUMMER — Tyakissiya Nomee scored 14 points for the Lakeside JV in a 36-25 win over the Mullan Tigers at Ron Miller Court on Thursday.

Autumn Charvez scored 10 points for Mullan.


Mullan 9 10 6 0 — 25 

LakesideJV 13 12 7 4 — 36 

MULLAN — Crandall 2, Blankenship 5, Niemi 4, Bosson 2, Charvez 10, Elliott 2.

LAKESIDE JV — Gorr 2, Lowley 6, P. Lozon 0, D. Lozon 0, Matt 0, Stensgar 4, Nomee 14, Abrahamson 10.

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