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Silver Valley Sports: Feb. 5 - 11

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KELLOGG GIRLS BASKETBALL 

- 2/6

Kellogg 48 Priest River 30 (2A District 1/2 Tournament Semifinal) 

KELLOGG — Senior Macy Jerome scored 19 points for the No. 2 seed Wildcats in a win over the third-seeded Spartans in the 2A District 1-2 tournament at Andrews Gymnasium.

Dani Schillereff scored 12 points for Kellogg.

Desi Humphrey scored 19 points for Priest River.

PriestRiver 8 5 10 7 — 30 

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PRIEST RIVER — Coleman 0, Pound 6, White 2, Burgess-Duquette 0, Humphrey 19, Yount 1, McCracken 0, Jenson 2.

KELLOGG — Jerome 19, M. Groth 0, Schillereff 12, Coe 8, Karst 0, Stutzke 1, A. Groth 3, Henrikson 4, Bening 1, Dechand 0.


- 2/7

Grangeville 69 Kellogg 42 (2A District 1/2  Championship) 

GRANGEVILLE — The top-seeded Bulldogs advanced to state with a win over the Wildcats in the 2A District 1-2 championship game at Grangeville High.


- 2/8

Kellogg 39 Priest River 31 (2A District I/II second-place game)

KELLOGG — Freshman Jordyn Stutzke hit four 3-pointers and finished with 16 points for the second-seeded Wildcats in a win over the third-seeded Spartans in the 2A District 1-2 second-place game at Andrews Gymnasium.

Senior Dani Schillereff scored 10 points for Kellogg.

Junior Lizzie McCracken scored nine points for Priest River, which finished 11-9.

PriestRiver 5 7 5 14 — 31 

Kellogg 711 14 7—39

PRIEST RIVER — Coleman 3, Pound 3, White 5, Humphrey 8, Yount 2, McCracken 9, Jensen 1.

KELLOGG — Jerome 6, M. Groth 0, Schillereff 10, Karst 0, Stutzke 1, A. Groth 0, Henrikson 4, Bening 3.


- 2/10

Kellogg 64 Ambrose 27 (2A State Play-In Game)

McCALL — Senior Macy Jerome scored 21 points for the Wildcats in a win over the Archers of Meridian in a state 2A play-in game at McCall-Donnelly High, advancing to state starting Thursday at Kuna High.

Kellogg (15-9) is ranked 10th in the MaxPreps.com rankings, which are used to seed the state tournaments. The Wildcats will open the tournament against Central Idaho League champs, Grangeville.

Senior Dani Schillereff scored 17 points for Kellogg.

Krysta Collingwood scored 12 points for Ambrose (8-15).

Ambrose 10 8 9 0 — 27 

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AMBROSE — Ries 6, Collingwood 12, Schiebout 0, Monozuelas 2, Voulderleest 7, Grager 0.

KELLOGG — Jerome 21, M. Groth 6, Schillereff 17, Coe 8, Karst 0, Stutzke 0, A. Groth 7, Henrikson 2, Dechand 0.


WALLACE GIRLS BASKETBALL 

- 2/7 

Lakeside 57 Wallace 45 (1A Division I District 1 Championship) 

COEUR D’ALENE — After splitting the season series 1-1, the Lady Miners found themselves trailing early and unable to shoot themselves back into the 1A Division I District 1 championship game at North Idaho College.

The Knights used a full-court press to open up a 12-point lead after the first eight minutes.

Wallace finishes 11-6.

Sophomore Kyleigh Wolfe and senior Martina Rivera scored 17 points each for Lakeside.

Wallace senior Britany Phillips named the Scenic Idaho Conference’s MVP following the game, finished with 20 points.

“Lakeside is a great team and well coached,” Wallace coach Nicole Farkas said. “We struggled to shoot well and get anything going. My team played hard the entire time and didn’t give up, but we just couldn’t get any momentum. Lakeside is underrated and will surprise some teams down the stretch.”

Lakeside 18 9 15 15 — 57 

Wallace 6 11 10 18 — 45 

LAKESIDE — Pluff 2, Wolfe 17, Rivera 17, Wienclaw 12, Hodgson 0, D. Lowley 3, Lambert 6.

WALLACE — Birdsell 5, Hasz 0 Wood 10, Stutzke 0, Br. Phillips 20, Be. Phillips 1, Hendrick 9.


MULLAN GIRLS BASKETBALL 

- 2/6

Lakeland C 50 Mullan 7

RATHDRUM — Further information was not available.


- 2/7

Clark Fork 47 Mullan 25 (1A Division 2 District 1 Championship) 

COEUR D’ALENE — Sophomore Amie Matteson scored a game-high 15 points for the Wampus Cats in a win over the Tigers in the 1A Division II District 1 championship game at North Idaho College.

Senior Autumn Charvez scored 12 points for Mullan, which finished 2-13.

Mullan 6 8 5 6 — 25 

ClarkFork 10 12 16 9 — 47 

MULLAN — Charvez 12, Niemi 6, Boson 3, Kostelich 2, Elliott 2, Crandall 0.

CLARK FORK — Matteson 15, Reuter 14, Thompson 8, Shelton 5, Printz-Hay 4, Scarlett 2, Leadbetter 0.


MULLAN BOYS BASKETBALL 

- 2/6

Lakeland C 63 Mullan 24

RATHDRUM — Freshman Dominick Tuskan led 11 players into the scoring column with 10 points as the Hawk C team downed the Tigers varsity at Hawk Court.

“Real tough matchup for us,” Mullan coach Paul Elston said. “They extended their defense and pushed us out as far from the bucket as they could. They’re long, they’ve got athletes and they used it to their advantage.”

Logan Petit scored 18 points and Colten Imes grabbed six rebounds for Mullan.

Mullan 8 6 4 6 — 24 

LakelandC 15 19 16 13 — 63 

MULLAN — S. Petit 4, Imes 0, L. Petit 18, Appiah 0, Calvert 0, Ayers 2, Knoll 0.

LAKELAND C — Fuhriman 9, Tuskan 10, Lukey 6, Sterling 8, Plasters 3, Caywood 2, Karle 2, Zachary 2, Munyer 4, Stoffer 9, Couper 8


WALLACE BOYS BASKETBALL 

- 2/8

Wallace 70 Kootenai 42

HARRISON FLATS — Junior Julian Davis scored 25 points for the Miners in a nonleague win over the Warriors at Kootenai High.

Junior Christopher Moore scored 21 points and freshman Logan Strobel scored 15 points for Kootenai.

“It was a great effort by all my Warriors tonight,” Kootenai coach Tom Tucker said. “We played with determination on defense and moved the ball around much better tonight. But those nasty turnover were once again a nemesis. Chris is finding his leadership role and freshman (Logan) Strobel again had an outstanding game, showing a lot of heart.”

Freshman Emmitt Myles scored 20 points for Wallace.

Wallace 19 17 20 14 — 70 

Kootenai 13 10 13 6 — 42

WALLACE — Stutzke 0, Sabala 0, Larson 5, Therrian 0, Myles 20, Anderson 4, Guardipee 4, Davis 25, Paul 7, Williams 2, Cleveland 0.

KOOTENAI — Addington 1, Braz 0, Derry 0, Myers 0, J. Moore 0, Strobel 15, C. Moore 21, Hodges 2, Unger 4.


- 2/9

Kellogg 74 Wallace 50

WALLACE — Sophomore Draeden Taylor scored 23 of his game-high 31 points in the first half for the Wildcats in a nonleague win over the Miners at Kirby Krulitz Court.

Junior Brodie Robinson scored nine points for Kellogg.

Junior Julian Davis scored 27 points for Wallace.

Kellogg 22191815 —74 

Wallace 12 18 8 12 — 50 

KELLOGG — Robinson 9, Whatcott 3, Taylor 31, Blalack 5, Fields 0, Lewis 8, McDonald 5, Garry 2, Cheney 3, Vindasius 8, Honnerlaw 0.

WALLACE — Stutzke 3, Sabala 0, Larson 4, Therrian 0, Myles 4, Anderson 0, Guardipee 4, Davis 27, Paul 1, Williams 0, Cleveland 7.