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Silver Valley Sports Recap: Jan. 23-29

| January 31, 2023 1:00 AM

KELLOGG BOYS BASKETBALL

Jan. 24

Bonners Ferry 63, Kellogg 53

BONNERS FERRY — Ridge Williams, Eli Blackmore, Asher Williams, and Braeden Blackmore scored 10 points each for the 3A Badgers in a win over the 2A Wildcats.

Riply Luna had 22 points and 10 rebounds, Kolby Luna 20 points for Kellogg, which had its eight-game winning streak snapped.

“They came out and gave us a different look defensively in the third quarter and we turned it over too much,” said Kellogg coach Mike Martin, whose team was outscored 21-9 in the third quarter. “And Bonners makes you pay when you turn it over. We allowed them to get out in transition and they kind of kept it at arm’s length.”

Kellogg 9 16 9 22 — 53

Bonners Ferry 14 9 21 19 — 63

KELLOGG — Miller 4, Whatcott 3, R. Luna 22, K. Luna 20, McLean 1, Maciosek 2, O’Neill 0, Hendrix 1.

BONNERS FERRY — R. Williams 10, E. Blackmore 10, Henslee 7, Petesch 7, A. Williams 10, Th. Bateman 4, Hammons 0, Tr. Bateman 3, Schulte 0, B. Blackmore 10.

Jan. 27

Kellogg 44, Priest River 26

KELLOGG — Kolby Luna had 13 points and Riply Luna eight points and 15 rebounds for the Wildcats, who closed the first half with 17 consecutive stops in a nonleague win over the Spartans at Andrews Gymnasium.

“It was a great effort from the guys tonight on the defensive end,” Kellogg coach Mike Martin said. “Tom O’Neill and Luke Miller helped set the tone for us on that end of the floor and Bridger McLean chipped in with four steals. Our shots weren’t falling, but it was nice to get such a strong defensive effort, even when our offense wasn’t helping fuel our energy.”

Priest River plays an independent schedule and will enter the 2A District 1-2 tournament as the fifth seed.

Priest River 6 4 9 7 — 26

Kellogg 12 12 11 9 — 44

PRIEST RIVER — Matthews 2, Butler 2, Staudt 2, Marinello 0, T. Engelson 6, Z. Engelson 8, Kreager 0, Cook 0, Yount 6.

KELLOGG — Miller 8, Whatcott 6, R. Luna 8, K. Luna 13, McLean 0, Maciosek 6, O’Neill 0, Robinson 0, Hendrix 3, Taylor 0.

Jan. 28

Kellogg 50, Newport 27

KELLOGG — Senior Logan Hendrix scored 15 points as the host Wildcats completed a stretch of 10 games in 17 days, finishing 9-1 after a nonleague win over the Grizzlies at Andrews Gymnasium.

Kolton Maciosek had six rebounds, and Luke Miller had four steals for Kellogg, who played without twins Kolby and Riply Luna, on a football recruiting visit to the University of Oregon.

“It was nice to see the guys come out and really work on the defensive side of things; that’s back-to-back games holding teams under 30 points,” said Kellogg coach Mike Martin, whose Wildcats played with a shot clock at Andrews Gymnasium for the first time. “Nice to see them step up and take advantage of opportunities from good spots on the floor.”

Ronan Sherman led Newport with 12 points.

Kellogg is off until Feb. 10, when the Wildcats host Bonners Ferry.

Newport 8 7 6 6 — 27

Kellogg 16 6 919 — 50

NEWPORT — Smith 0, Mackey 4, C. Loosier 4, N. Loosier 0, Brown 0, Sherman 12, Owen 4, Becker 3.

KELLOGG — Miller 2, Whatcott 8, McLean 7, Coburn 6, Maciosek 6, O’Neill 2, Hendrix 15, Taylor 4.

KELLOGG GIRLS BASKETBALL

Jan. 24

Kellogg at Lakeland, canc.

RATHDRUM — The nonleague game was canceled due to a shortage of players with Kellogg, and will not be made up.

Jan. 26

Kellogg 59, Priest River 27

PRIEST RIVER — Macy Jerome scored 18 points and Dani Schillereff had 18 points and 12 rebounds for the Wildcats in a Central Idaho League win over the Spartans.

Dani Hendrickson had seven points, 11 rebounds and five assists, Maddie Cheney eight points and seven blocked shots for Kellogg.

Desarai Humphrey scored seven points for Priest River.

Kellogg 18 13 12 15 — 59

Priest River 9 5 10 3 — 27

KELLOGG — Jerome 18, Schillereff 18, Coe 5, Karst 0, Reynoldson 0, A. Groth 0, Hendrickson 7, Cheney 8.

PRIEST RIVER — Marinello 3, Pound 4, Thompson 0, Burgess-Duquette 6, Humphrey 7, McCracken 5, Yount 2.

MULLAN GIRLS BASKETBALL

Jan. 26

Mullan 51, Kootenai 16

MULLAN — Jazzymn Nelson scored 20 points for the Tigers in a North Star League win over the Warriors at the Mullan Pavilion.

Ellie Lowman scored 13 points for Mullan.

Keira Bohannan scored eight points for Kootenai.

Kootenai 0 5 1 10 — 16

Mullan 15 17 17 2 — 51

KOOTENAI — Bohannan 8, Phillips 5, Shilling 0, John 0, Glessner 3, Moore 0, Wilcox 0.

MULLAN — Lowman 13, Nelson 20, Garitone 2, Blankenship 2, Petit 0, Haig 0, Charvez 9, Frazier 5.

MULLAN BOYS BASKETBALL

Jan. 26

Mullan 70, Kootenai 23

MULLAN — Floyd Nelson scored 24 points for the Tigers in a North Star League win over the Warriors at the Mullan Pavilion.

“We were able to get a lot of guys the ball tonight,” Mullan coach Paul Elston said. “The kids did a good job of sharing the ball tonight.” Alex Trogden scored nine points for Mullan.

Riley Ausman scored 10 points for Kootenai.

Kootenai 5 8 4 6 — 23

Mullan 17 22 18 13 — 70

KOOTENAI — Addington 0, J. Moore 0, Ausman 10, C. Moore 6, Hodges 5, Tiller 2.

MULLAN — Nelson 24, Trogden 9, A. Zingler 5, T. Zingler 8, S. Petit 5, L. Petit 2, Rupp Connors 0, Acheson 8, Appiah 3, Imes 3, Knoll 0, Ayers 3.

WALLACE GIRLS BASKETBALL

Jan. 24

Wallace 44, Genesis Prep 24

WALLACE — Britany Phillips scored 16 points for the Miners in a Central Idaho League win over the Jaguars at Kirby Krulitz Court.

Kylee Phillips scored 11 points for Wallace.

Madi Cooper scored six points for Genesis Prep.

Genesis Prep 2 4 8 10 — 24

Wallace 11 17 10 6 — 44

GENESIS PREP — S. Martin 2, Nelke 2, Meerdink 0, Covey 0, E. Martin 4, Williams 2, Cooper 6, Yount 4, Lawler 2, Anderson 2.

WALLACE — Birdsell 5, Berry 0, Lewis 0, K. Phillips 11, Johnson 0, Br. Phillips 16, Hasz 3, Mull 0, Be. Phillips 4, Hendrick 5.

Jan. 26

Wallace 50, Clark Fork 17

WALLACE — Junior Britany Phillips scored 27 points for the Miners in a nonleague win over the Wampus Cats at Kirby Krulitz Court.

Junior Tia Hendrick scored eight points for Wallace.

Eloise Shelton scored nine points for Clark Fork.

Clark Fork 6 3 3 5 — 17

Wallace 10 22 14 4 — 50

CLARK FORK — Leadbetter 0, Myers 2, Shelton 9, Reuter 0, Printz-Hay 2, Herrick 0, Scarlett 3, Thompson 0.

WALLACE — Birdsell 0, Berry 4, Lewis 0, K. Phillips 7, Johnson 0, Br. Phillips 27, O. Berry 2, Hasz 2, Hull 0, Be. Phillips 4, Hendrick 8.

WALLACE BOYS BASKETBALL

Jan. 25

Lakeside 85, Wallace 22

PLUMMER — Senior Vander Brown scored 40 points for the Knights in a Central Idaho League win over the Miners at Ron Miller Court.

“The rest of the guys were doing a good job of finding him,” Lakeside coach James Twoteeth said. “It’s a pretty unselfish group and they wanted to send him off with a good game.”

Freshman Tyson Charley scored nine points for Lakeside.

Wallace 6 5 4 7 — 22

Lakeside 19 30 21 15 — 85

WALLACE — Richey 1, D. Davis 2, Tesky 6, Morden 0, J. Davis 0, Hasz 5, Schmidt 2, Cleveland 0.

LAKESIDE — Brown 40, SiJohn 6, Callahan 4, Rivera 3, Hall 8, Hendrickx 8, Spotted Horse 4, Moffit 2, Charley 9, Peone 1.

KELLOGG WRESTLING

Jan. 26

KELLOGG — The host Wildcats went 2-1 on senior night, once again demonstrating their willingness to wrestle against as tough of competition as they could get their hands on.

At this stage of the season, head coach Scott Miller and his staff are sharpening their swords, making sure that their talented team keeps their edge as they head toward districts and state.

“I thought, overall, we wrestled pretty well,” Miller said. “We got off to a slow start against Bonners but really picked it up as the match went on. Against American Falls I thought their lightweights wrestled really well against ours and they found ways to win the toss up matches. I thought our senior night match against Sandpoint was our best match. Overall, it was a good night for us as most of our kids got matches and performed well.”

Match results

Match 1 — Kellogg 62, Bonners Ferry 18

Match 2 — American Falls 51, Kellogg 22

Match 3 — Kellogg 60, Sandpoint 24

Jan. 27-28

COEUR d’ALENE — The North Idaho Rumble is one of the bigger events for the high school wrestling community and the Kellogg Wildcats were more than game for their toughest test of the season.

The boys team finished fifth overall, paced by strong performances from Kolter Wood (126-lb), Chase Scribner (106-lb), Jaeger Hall (132-lb), and Jayce Garcia (160-lb).

Only one Wildcat wrestler made it to the championship round, but sophomore Izzy Davis (G132-lb) came up just short to finish in second.

“This was a really good test for our team and I thought we showed a lot of grit throughout the weekend,” headcoach Scott Miller said. “I'm really proud of the kids that ended up on the podium because they earned it with just tough wins. I thought everyone of our kids found ways to win really tough matches and even in their losses they did a good job extending matches to give themselves a chance.”

This week is another busy one for the Wildcat grapplers, but Miller likes where his team is at this point in the season.

“This is a really good test going into February and I thought we passed the test,” Miller said. “Now we'll concentrate on cleaning some things up on technique and position and work to be at our best as work towards districts and state competition.”

TEAM SCORES:

1) Post Falls 304.5

2) Caldwell 213.5

3) Buhl 183.5

4) American Falls 138

5) Kellogg 127

6) Lake City 125.5

7) Coeur d'Alene 120

8) Lewiston 96.5

9) Mountain Home 94.5

10) Lakeland 84

11) Timberlake 73

12) Gooding 69

13) Moscow 58

14) Priest River 56.5

15) Bonners Ferry 30

16) Potlatch 0

KELLOGG PLACERS

Men

126 — Kolter Wood — 3rd Place

106 — Chase Scribner — 4th Place

132 — Jaeger Hall — 4th Place

160 — Jayce Garcia — 4th Place

195 — Tanner Lee — 5th Place

170 — Ramsey Rainio — 6th Place

Women

132 — Izzy Davis — 2nd Place

107 — Kyrin Huber — 4th Place

126 — Reese Bauer — 4th Place

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Photo by TERI EIXENBERGER

Kellogg's Izzy Davis looks for an opening during a match at the North Idaho Rumble.