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Silver Valley Sports: Dec. 11 - 17

| December 19, 2023 1:00 AM

KELLOGG BOYS BASKETBALL

- 12/12

Kellogg 44 Stevensville (Mont.) 28

STEVENSVILLE, Mont. — Sophomore Draeden Taylor scored 14 points for the Wildcats in a win over the Yellowjackets.

“Draeden did a lot of good stuff for us tonight,” Kellogg assistant coach Josh McDonald said. “When he’s on the floor, he’s a matchup nightmare. He did a good job of attacking the paint tonight, and we kind of went as he went.”

Junior Brodie Robinson scored nine points for Kellogg.

Angus Trangmoe scored nine points for Stevensville.

Kellogg 12 13 14 5 — 44 

Stevensville 10 3 7 8 — 28 

KELLOGG — Robinson 9, Whatcott 2, Coburn 8, Taylor 14, Blalack 0, Fields 0, Lewis 7, McDonald 3, Garry 0, Cheney 0, Vindasius 1.

STEVENSVILLE — Wyant 2, Hollis 0, Bierer 2, Cotton 0, Patzer 8, Trangmoe 9, Gum 5, Gaulak 2.

- 12/14

Kellogg 39 Wallace 23

KELLOGG — Sophomore Draeden Taylor scored 11 points for the Wildcats, who held the Miners without a field goal in the first half of a nonleague win at Andrews Gymnasium.

Freshman Porter Lewis scored 10 points for Kellogg, which faces Sandpoint next Thursday at ICCU Arena in Moscow.

“We really needed those guys to step up tonight,” Kellogg coach Mike Martin said. “We didn’t have our best stuff. We saw them at the Silver Valley Tournament and (Wallace coach) Jared (Young) has got them playing well right now. We did what we needed to do and got a win tonight.”

Junior Julian Davis scored 11 points for Wallace (1-5), which travels to St. Maries next Thursday.

Wallace 0 1 9 13 — 23 

Kellogg 2 14 9 14 — 39 

WALLACE — Stutzke 0, Sabala 0, Larson 5, Myles 5, Anderson 0, Guardipee 2, Davis 11, Paul 0, Williams 0, Cleveland 0.

KELLOGG — Robinson 8, Whatcott 2, Coburn 2, Taylor 11, Blalack 4, Fields 0, Lewis 10, McDonald 2, Garry 0, Cheney 0, Vindasius 0.


KELLOGG GIRLS BASKETBALL

- 12/12

Kellogg 53 Stevensville (Mont.) 33

KELLOGG — Senior Macy Jerome had 18 points and four steals, senior Emily Coe 12 points and 10 rebounds for the Wildcats in a win over the Yellowjackets at Andrews Gymnasium.

“The girls played really aggressive and were able to deflect some passes,” said Kellogg assistant Gus Colburn, whose team had 15 assists. “We’ve improved playing as a team and we took another step forward today.”

Stevensville 7 10 10 6 — 33 

Kellogg 14 15 10 13 — 53 

STEVENSVILLE — individual scoring not available.

KELLOGG — Jerome 18, Ma. Groth 3, Schillereff 8, Coe 12, Karst 2, Stutzke 3, A. Groth 3, Henrikson 4, Hart 0, Bening 0, Dechand 0, Wilkinson 0.


- 12/14

Kellogg 62 Bonners Ferry 78

BONNERS FERRY –– The Badgers knocked off the Wildcats in a high-scoring non-league game. 

No stats or information was made available for this game.


WALLACE GIRLS BASKETBALL

- 12/11

Wallace 56 East Valley 32

WALLACE — Britany Phillips made four 3-pointers and scored 22 points as the Miners downed the Knights at Kirby Krulitz Court.

Bethany Phillips added 14 points for Wallace.

Abby Moore hit five 3s and scored 17 points for East Valley.

EastValley 0 13 5 14 — 32

Wallace 12 15 8 21 — 56 

EAST VALLEY — Moore 17, Salinas 0, Fatzinger 8, Xiong 0, Simone 7, Weger 0, Thomas 0, Dach 0, Goggin 0.

WALLACE — Birdsell 1, Striker 2, Lewis 0, Hasz 2, Wood 9, Br. Phillips 22, Delano 0, Be. Phillips 14, Hendrick 6.


- 12/15

Lakeside 38 Wallace 35

WALLACE — Lakeside’s Destiny Lowley hit a go-ahead jumper with 3.4 seconds left for the Knights, who rallied to beat the Wallace Miners in the Scenic Idaho Conference opener for both at Kirby Krulitz Court.

Lowley scored eight of her team-high 14 points in the final quarter for Lakeside (3-4), which trailed by six late in the fourth.

“Destiny really got hot toward the end of the fourth,” Lakeside coach Chris Dohrman said. “We didn’t play our best, but at the right time, we did tonight. It’s a big win for us being a league game.”

Kimberly Pluff stole the inbounds pass after Lowley’s shot, and hit a free throw with .3 left to seal the win.

“It was a good competitive game,” Dohrman said. “The girls did a good job of getting caught up and finishing the game.”

Bethany Phillips scored 14 points for Wallace.


Lakeside 10 5 10 13 — 38 

Wallace 10 8 8 9 — 35 

LAKESIDE — Pluff 3, Wolfe 8, Rivera 6, Wienclaw 2, Hodgson 0, D. Lowley 14, Lambert 5.

WALLACE — Birdsell 0, Lewis 0, Hasz 5, Wood 11, Be. Phillips 14, Br. Phillips 2, Hendrick 3.


MULLAN GIRLS BASKETBALL

- 12/11

Mullan 29 Timberlake ‘C’ 28

SPIRIT LAKE — Kaydence Elliott scored the go-ahead basket with one minute remaining for the visiting Tigers, who held off the Tigers ‘C’ team.

Autumn Charvez scored 11 points for Mullan.

Reese Allaway scored six points for the Timberlake ‘C’ team.

Mullan 6 6 8 9 — 29 

TimberlakeC3 6 8 11 — 28 

MULLAN — Crandall 0, Blankenship 8, Niemi 6, Bosson 2, Kostelich 0, Charvez 11, Elliott 2.

TIMBERLAKE C — Mattson 2, Allaway 6, Cooper 4, Linder 1, Yetter 0, Lamp 2, Falco 2, Landon 5, Zepeda 2, Harrington 2, Foster 0.


- 12/12

Superior JV 35 Mullan 22

SUPERIOR, Mont. — Autumn Charvez scored 14 points for the Tigers in a loss to the Bobcats JV.

Mullan 8 5 3 6 — 22

SuperiorJV 6 9 14 6 — 35 

MULLAN — Crandall 0, Blankenship 4, Niemi 4, Bosson 0, Kostelich 0, Charvez 14, Elliott 0.

SUPERIOR JV — Smalley 0, Mueller 0, Doyle 0, Ray 0, Jasper 9, Acker 8, Pearce 2, Swope 10.


- 12/14

Clark Fork 43 Mullan 14

CLARK FORK — Autumn Charvez scored seven points for the visiting Tigers in a loss to the Wampus Cats in the North Star League opener for both teams.

Lilly Reuter scored 12 points for Clark Fork.

Mullan returns to action Jan. 4 at home vs. the Lakeside junior varsity.

MULLAN — Charvez 7, Bosson 3, Niemi 2, Blankenship 2.

CLARK FORK — Reuter 12, Thompson 7, Shelton 7, Scarlett 5, Matteson 3, Printz-Hay 3, Hoy 2, Boehme 2, Mayorga 2.


MULLAN BOYS BASKETBALL

- 12/11

Timberlake ‘C’ 38 Mullan 34

SPIRIT LAKE — Ryker Brennan hit three 3-pointers and scored 15 points and the host Timberlake “C” team took the lead late in the fourth quarter and defeated the Mullan varsity.

Stephen Petit scored a game-high 16 points for Mullan and also had six rebounds and three steals.

“We got off to slow starts in both halves,” Mullan coach Paul Elston said. “We fought back each time, but Timberlake just made a couple more plays than we did.”

Mullan 7 13 8 6 — 34 

Timberlake ‘C’ 15 7 8 8 — 38 

MULLAN — S. Petit 16, Rupp Connors 7, Appiah 5, Imes 0, L. Petit 5, Calvert 1, Ayers 0.

TIMBERLAKE ‘C’ — Brennan 13, Etsitty 6, Walter 6, Sells 0, Gallop 0, Phelps 0, Barnhart 0, Moore 0, Needs 0, Applegate 2, Magsam 0, Peterson 0, Smith 0, Higgins 4, Montes 7.


- 12/14

Clark Fork 69 Mullan 20

CLARK FORK — Stephen Petit scored nine points for the visiting Tigers in a loss to the Wampus Cats in the North Star League opener for both teams.

Ethan Howard scored 21 points for Clark Fork.

Mullan returns to action Jan. 4 at home vs. the Lakeside junior varsity.

MULLAN — S. Petit 9, Appiah 4, L. Petit 3, Ayers 2, Rupp Connors 2.

CLARK FORK — E. Howard 21, O. Howard 16, Co, Sanroman 14, S. Caven 10, Montgomery 6, W. Caven 2.


KELLOGG WRESTLING

- 12/13

LAKE CITY QUAD

Coeur d'Alene 55, Kellogg 21

Kellogg 45, Lake City 37

KELLOGG 45, LAKE CITY 37

98 — Johnny Stovern, Kell, p. James Swanson, 4:00. 106 — Aiden Figueroa, Kell, p., Ashton Duboise, :36. 113 — Colton Storey, Kell, p. Jacob Werner, 1:16. 120 — Landyn Rollins, Kell, d. Connor Johnson, 11-4. 126 — Chase Scribner, kell, p. Joey Gallagher, 1:03. 132 — Kolter Wood, Kell, p. Isaac Carlson, :44. 138 — Jaeger Hall, Kell, p. Brycen Duboise, 1:13. 145 — Alden Curto, LC, md. Tanner Williams, 11-3. 152 — Brady Vergobbi, Kell, by forfeit. 160 — Caden Dutra, LC, p. Josiah Miller, :58. 170 — Nathan Booth, LC, d. Travis Eixenberger, 8-2. 182 — Gabe Wullenwaber, LC, by forfeit. 195 — Garrett Leonard, LC, p. A.J. Peak, 1:23. 220 — Sebastian Mosman, LC, p. Kyle VanVleet, 1:27. 285 — Cliff Eddington, LC, p. Russell Fields, 4:19.

COEUR d’ALENE 55, KELLOGG 21

98 — Johnny Stovern, Kell, by forfeit. 106 — Rocco White, CdA, p. Aiden Figueroa, 1:03. 113 — Colton Storey, Kell, p. Carter Newby, 3:43. 120 — Will Rossi, Cd’A, p. Landyn Rollins, 1:01. 126 — Mason Rogers, CdA, d. Chase Scribner, 10-9. 132 — Jordan Schield, CdA, d. Kolter Wood, 4-1. 138 — Jaeger Hall, Kell, d. Logan Bradley, 7-3. 145 — Colton Tucker, CdA, d. Tanner Williams, 9-2. 152 — Brock Armstrong, CdA, md. Brady Vergobbi, 11-1. 160 — Brett Myers, CdA, p. Josiah Miller, :55. 170 — Gabe Larsen, CdA, p. Travis Eixenberger, 1:13. 182 — Riley Berger, CdA, by forfeit. 195 — Gabe Grassel, CdA, p. A.J. Peak, 2:45. 220 — Logan Trujillo, CdA, p. Kyle VanVleet, 1:18. 285 — Russell Fields, Kell, p. Carter Woodman, 3:04.


- 12/15-16 

TRI-STATE INVITATIONAL 

COEUR D’ALENE –– Four Wildcats made it to day two of the star-studded Tri-State Invitational, with sophomore Johnny Stovern (98 lbs) finding his way onto the podium. 

“We're really happy for Johnny,” Kellogg head coach Scott Miller said. “He has put in the work and has really performed well this season so it is gratifying to see him on the podium of the premier northwest high school tournament.” 

Kevin Watson, Aiden Figueroa, and Kolter Wood were the other three who made it to the second day of the tournament. 

“This was a very difficult week for us in regards to the schedule, fighting some injuries and sickness, so I'm really pleased with how the team went out and grinded this week,” Miller said. “To come away with a win against a 5A team and pushing four into the second day of the Tri-State tournament was something I think our kids can be proud of. We have another tough match coming up this week at Sandpoint so we have to refocus and get ready for more tough matches.”

Team Scores

(TOP 25 and LOCALS) 1 - Bishop Kelly 218, 2 - Mead 211.5, 3 - Post Falls 209, 4 - Orting 203, 5 - Tahoma 195.5, 6 - Chiawana 146, 7 - Lake Stevens 144; 8 - University 127, 9 - Coeur d'Alene 121.5, 10 - Hermiston 109, 11 - Othello 107.5, 12 - Lakeland 97, 13 - Belgrade 92, 14 - LaGrande, Mt Spokane 86, 16 - Pullman 76.5, 17 - Hanford 72, 18 - Kamiakin 71, 19 - Castle Rock 69, 20 - Lewiston 67, 21 - Omak 66, 22 - Lake City 65, 23 - Arlington 62, 24 - St. Maries 61.0, 25 - Moses Lake 58, 32 - Kellogg 53, 37 - Timberlake 48, 38 - Sandpoint 46, 42 - Priest River 41, 52 - Moscow 29, 61 - Grangeville 17, 63 - Bonners Ferry 13 (68 Total Teams)


- 12/16 

LAKELAND GIRLS TOURNAMENT

RATHDRUM –– Junior Izzy Davis continued her run of dominance in the regional women’s 145-pound division, winning her second tournament in two weeks. 

“Izzy wrestled really well all day and was dominant in her weight class,” coach Scott Miller said. “She is turning into one of the premier female wrestlers in the state.”

Kellogg’s Sophie McLain took third. 

Team Scores:

1 - Bonners Ferry 170, 2 - Sandpoint 127, 3 - Post Falls 103, 4 - Kellogg, Mead 41, 6 - Mt. Spokane 29, 7 - Lakeland 25, 8 - Moscow, Timberlake 18, 10 - St. Maries 16, 11 - Priest River 11, 12 - Coeur d'Alene 4

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