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Silver Valley Sports Recap: Jan. 16-22

| January 24, 2023 1:00 AM

KELLOGG BOYS BASKETBALL

Jan. 17

Kellogg 72, Lakeland 62

KELLOGG — Senior Riply Luna scored 17 of his game-high 41 points in the second quarter to spark the Wildcats past the Hawks in a nonleague game at Andrews Gymnasium.

“Lakeland got out to a pretty quick start and hit a shot at the buzzer to go up after the first quarter,” Kellogg coach Mike Martin said. “And then Riply just kind of took over. We tightened up our defense and Rip really got it going and set the tone going into the second half.”

Riply Luna also had 10 rebounds for Kellogg, which has won five straight. Senior Kolby Luna had 13 points, five rebounds and four steals.

Kenton Ferguson scored 21 for Lakeland.

Lakeland 16 14 15 17 — 62

Kellogg 14 25 16 17 — 72

LAKELAND — Nowell 10, Cameron 6, Ferguson 21, Ryan 8, Tebbe 0, Rothrock 0, Loutzenhiser 2, Hocking 11, Hensley 0, Harris 4, Roth 0.

KELLOGG — Miller 0, Whatcott 2, R. Luna 41, K. Luna 13, McLean 9, Maciosek 4, O’Neill 0, Coburn 0, Robinson 0, Hendrix 3, Taylor 0.

Jan. 20

Kellogg 58, Grangeville 28

GRANGEVILLE — Riply Luna had 22 points, nine rebounds, five assists and three steals as the Wildcats overcame a slow start to beat the Bulldogs in Central Idaho League play.

Kolby Luna added 19 points for Kellogg, and Luke Miller had eight points and five steals.

“Once we settled in, we strung together some stops, got out in transition, and turned defense into offense,” Kellogg coach Mike Martin said.

Kellogg 15 17 16 10 — 58

Grangeville 8 3 8 9 — 28

KELLOGG — Miller 8, Whatcott 3, R. Luna 22, K. Luna 19, Coburn 0, Maciosek 0, O’Neil 1, Robinson 3, Hendrix 0, Taylor 2.

GRANGEVILLE — Legaretta 2, Holes 4, Brensford 0, Mundt 5, Klehent 6, Lindsley 4, Goicoa 5, Wassmorth 3.

Jan. 21

Kellogg 56, Orofino 45

OROFINO — Senior Kolby Luna had 23 points, including five 3-pointers and six rebounds for the Wildcats in a Central Idaho League win over the Maniacs.

Senior Riply Luna had 19 points, six rebounds, seven steals and five assists for Kellogg.

“It was nice to get a win when we weren’t at our best,” Kellogg coach Mike Martin said. “We had 15 turnovers and gave up 13 offensive rebounds. We just had some little things and weren’t great at the small details. But to get back-to-back road wins, that was really good.”

Joel Scott scored 12 points for Orofino.

Kellogg 15 9 19 13 — 56

Orofino 8 11 14 12 — 45

KELLOGG — Miller 4, Whatcott 3, R. Luna 19, K. Luna 23, Maciosek 3, O’Neill 0, Hendrix 4, Taylor 0.

OROFINO — Hanna 2, H. Schneider 0, E. Schneider 7, Drobish 9, Hudson 2, Gray 0, Scott 12, Cochran 9, Naranjo 2, Olive 2.

WALLACE BOYS BASKETBALL

Jan. 18

Kellogg 73, Wallace 28

WALLACE — Kolby Luna had 21 points and 10 rebounds for the Wildcats in a nonleague win over the Miners at Kirby Krulitz Court.

Riply Luna, who scored 41 points in Tuesday’s game against visiting Lakeland, had 19 points, seven rebounds, six assists and four steals for Kellogg, which has won six straight games.

“The balance was nice to see and we had some guys hit some shots,” Kellogg coach Mike Martin said. “We hit nine 3-pointers and had 16 assists and we really got after it from the jump. It was nice to come and handle our business and continue the streak we’re on.”

Brad Tesky scored 14 points for Wallace.

Kellogg 23 21 21 8 — 73

Wallace 6 8 7 7 — 28

KELLOGG — R. Luna 19, K. Luna 21, Miller 8, Whatcott 9, McLean 2, Coburn 5, Maciosek 0, O’Neil 0, Robinson 3, Hendrix 4, Taylor 2.

WALLACE — Tesky 14, Ritchey 2, J. Davis 2, Morden 0, D. Davis 2, Schmidt 0, Hasz 8, Cleveland 0.

Jan. 20

Priest River 64, Wallace 36

WALLACE — Luke Butler scored 14 of his 16 points in the second half as the visiting Spartans beat the Miners in nonleague play at Kirby Krulitz Court.

Tyler Engelson added 13 points for Priest River.

Brad Tesky scored 14 points for Wallace.

Priest River 11 11 20 22 — 64

Wallace 6 10 11 9 — 36

PRIEST RIVER — Mathews 6, Butler 16, Staudt 9, Marinello 5, T. Engelson 13, Korff 5, Z. Engelson 3, Kreager 5, Solomon 0, Yount 2.

WALLACE — Tesky 14, J. Davis 6, Ritchey 0, Morden 3, D. Davis 0, Schmidt 1, Hasz 9, Cleveland 3.

WALLACE GIRLS BASKETBALL

Jan. 17

Lakeside 67, Wallace 33

PLUMMER — Senior Arianna Havier-Gorr scored 29 points for the Knights in a Scenic Idaho Conference win over the Miners at Ron Miller Court.

Freshman Kyleigh Wolfe and junior Martina Rivera scored 12 points each for Lakeside.

Kylee Phillips and Britany Phillips scored 10 points each for Wallace.

Wallace 2 11 9 11 — 33

Lakeside 15 20 16 16 — 67

WALLACE — Birdsell 6, Berry 0, Lewis 2, K. Phillips 10, Johnson 0, Br. Phillips 10, Hasz 0, Hull 0, Be. Phillips 0, Hendrick 5.

LAKESIDE — Gorr 0, Pluff 0, Wolfe 12, Rivera 12, Thomas 3, K. Allen 2, Matt 7, Lowley 2, Havier-Gorr 29, A. Allen 0, Lambert 0.

MULLAN GIRLS BASKETBALL

Jan. 17

Mullan 26, Clark Fork 21

MULLAN — Jazzmyn Nelson scored 15 points for the Tigers in a North Star League win over the Wampus Cats at the Mullan Pavilion.

Mullan has won four straight.

Lily Reuter scored nine points for Clark Fork.

Clark Fork 3 3 11 4 — 21

Mullan 3 13 4 6 — 26

CLARK FORK — Shelton 2, Reuter 9, Pritz-Hay 1, Herrick 0, Matteson 3, Scarlett 0, Hannah 6.

MULLAN — Lowman 2, Nelson 15, Garitone 1, Blankenship 0, Petit 0, Charvez 4, Frazier 4.

Jan. 19

Genesis Prep 62, Mullan 56

POST FALLS — Myah Anderson, Genesis Prep’s lone senior, hit two free throws late to help the Jaguars seal the nonleague victory over the visiting Tigers on senior night at The Courts at Real Life. “She played amazing defense,” Genesis Prep coach Jessica Whaley added.

Sophomore Kinzie Lawler led Genesis Prep with 18 points, and Sienna Williams added 12.

Junior Jazzmyn Nelson scored a gamehigh 29 points for Mullan.

Mullan 4 11 20 19 — 56

Genesis Prep 17 17 17 11 — 62

MULLAN — Lowman 8, Nelson 29, Garitone 0, Blankenship 4, Petit 0, Charvey 9, Frazier 4.

GENESIS PREP — S. Martin 0, Nelke 2, Meerdink 0, Covey 6, E. Martin 6, Williams 12, Cooper 3, Yount 9, Nichols 0, Lawler 18, Anderson 6.

MULLAN BOYS BASKETBALL

Jan. 17

Clark Fork 51, Mullan 25

MULLAN — Cole Sanroman scored 17 points for the Wampus Cats in a North Star League win over the Tigers at the Mullan Pavilion.

Ethan Howard scored nine for Clark Fork.

“Clark Fork completely took away everything we wanted to do on offense,” Mullan coach Paul Elston said. “They were pretty much able to do anything they wanted to on defense.”

Floyd Nelson scored seven for Mullan.

Clark Fork 15 11 16 9 — 51

Mullan 8 5 8 4 — 25

CLARK FORK — W. Caven 2, Ch. Sanroman 5, Co. Sanroman 17, Stevens 0, Matteson 0, E. Howard 9, Bailey 0, Mintken 0, Montgomery 2, O. Howard 5, S. Caven 2, Shelton 7, Christofferson 2.

MULLAN — Nelson 7, Trogden 3, A. Zingler 5, T. Zingler 4, S. Petit 2, L. Petit 2, Appiah 2, Rupp Connors 0, Acheson 0, Imes 0, Knoll 0, Ayers 0.

Jan. 19

Genesis Prep 47, Mullan 15

POST FALLS — Senior guard Donovan Daniels hit three 3-pointers in the second quarter to spark the Jaguars past the Tigers in a nonleague game at The Courts.

“We played good, solid, man-to-man defense,” Genesis Prep coach Lon Morast said. “We played with a lot of intensity for the most part and played really unselfish basketball tonight.”

Daniels scored 15 points, Cooper Russworm 11 for Genesis Prep.

Talon Rupp Connors scored six points for Mullan.

Mullan 5 6 0 4 — 15

Genesis Prep 12 24 8 3 — 47

MULLAN — Nelson 2, Trogden 5, A. Zingler 2, T. Zingler 2, Rupp Connors 6, S. Petit 0, L. Petit 0, Appiah 0, Acheson 0, Imes 0, Knoll 0, Ayers 0.

GENESIS PREP — Farrell 5, Daniels 15, Russworm 11, Rubert 7, Young 4, Specht 5, Schultz 0, Martin 0, Bateman 0, Early 0, Nichols 0, Tosh 0, Wood 0.

KELLOGG GIRLS WRESTLING

Jan. 20

Kellogg 25, Grangeville 51

GRANGEVILLE –– No stats or info were received for this game.

Jan. 21

Kellogg 40, Orofino 43

OROFINO –– The Wildcats rallied from a 15-point halftime deficit, but couldn’t complete the comeback.

No stats or info were received for this game.

KELLOGG WRESTLING

Jan. 18

Kellogg 50, St. Maries 27

ST. MARIES — Aiden Figueroa (98 pounds), Kolter Wood (126), Jayce Garcia (160) and Tanner Lee (195) won by pin for the Wildcats in a dual with the Lumberjacks at St. Maries High.

Jaeger Hall won by technical fall for Kellogg, which moved to the 2A classification this fall.

Jackson Nantell (220) and Landon Warren (285) won by pin for St. Maries.

98 — Aiden Figueroa, Kell, p. Peyton Lingo, :43. 106 — Chase Scribner, Kell, by forfeit. 113 — Dalton Coburn, Kell, by forfeit. 120 — Ricky Haralson, Kell, by forfeit. 126 — Kolter Wood, Kell, p. Landon Tweedy, 2:48. 132 — Jaeger Hall, Kell, tf. Zach David, 16-0. 138 — Brock Anderson, SM, d. Kolby Lemmon, 9-4. 145 — Jerrett Brebner, SM, d. Andrew Lewis, 8-3. 152 — Brady Vergobbi, Kell, d. Kody Tefft, 11-9. 160 — Jayce Garcia, Kell, p. Connor Gomez, 1:19. 170 — Trey Gibson, SM, d. Ramsey Rainio, 5-3. 182 — Zack Sotin, SM, by forfeit. 195 — Tanner Lee, Kell, p. Rustle Brusseau, 4:32. 220 — Jackson Nantell, SM, p. Kyle VanVleet, :36. 285 — Landon Warren, SM, p. Russell Fields, 1:06.

Jan. 20-21

LEWISTON — Kellogg senior Jayce Garcia beat Grangeville’s TJ Fetters 15-5 in the 160-pound championship match, helping the Wildcats finish third at the Clearwater Classic at Lewiston High on Saturday.

Chase Scribner (106), Ricky Haralson (120 pounds), Jaeger Hall (132) and Ramsey Rainio (170) finished second, Kolter Wood (126) third for Kellogg, which finished with 165.5 points.

St. Maries senior Landon Warren was second at 285.

Weiser won the tournament with 254.

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