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Silver Valley Sports: Jan. 8 - 14

| January 16, 2024 1:00 AM

WALLACE BOYS BASKETBALL

- 1/12

POST FALLS — Junior Julian Davis scored a game-high 24 points, hitting three 3-pointers for the Wallace Miners in a 54-51 win over the Genesis Prep Jaguars in a Scenic Idaho Conference game at The Courts at Real Life on Friday.

“He just had a good all-around game,” Genesis Prep coach Lon Morast said. “It was hard for us to defend him. He played inside and out, and it was difficult to match up with him.”

Junior Spencer Farrell scored 13 points for Genesis Prep.

“We just had too many breakdowns tonight,” Morast said. “We’ll continue to work at it and get better.”

Wallace 5 17 18 14 — 54 

Gen.Prep 12 17 12 10 — 51 

WALLACE — Sabala 4, Larson 8, Guardipee 12, Davis 24, Paul 6, Cleveland 0.

GENESIS PREP — Farrell 13, Nichols 6, Tosh 7, Rubert 11, Meyer 5, Gintz 3, Blood 6, Martin 0, Bateman 0, Earley 0.


KELLOGG BOYS BASKETBALL

- 1/12

Grangeville 52 Kellogg 47

GRANGEVILLE — Senior Blake Coburn scored 13 points for the Wildcats, who rallied with 25 points in the fourth quarter before falling to the Bulldogs in a Central Idaho League game.

Kellogg trailed 45-22 after three quarters, but made it 50-47 with 1.7 seconds remaining. Grangeville senior Sam Lindsley made two free throws to put the game away.

“We really had to take some chances and turn up the pressure on them,” said Kellogg coach Mike Martin of his team’s fourth-quarter performance. “We were able to turn them over and make some shots. It was really good to see our guys fight back and give ourselves a chance. We just didn’t have enough to get over the hump, but there’s some things to take away from this.”

Freshman Porter Lewis scored 11 points for Kellogg.

Kellogg 11 7 4 25 — 47 

rangeville 24 7 14 7 — 52 

KELLOGG — Robinson 3, Whatcott 5, Coburn 13, Taylor 10, Blalack 0, Lewist 11, McDonald 5.

GRANGEVILLE — Lagretta 7, Thacker 0, Bransford 2, Sickels 7, Klement 6, Lindsley 26, Spencer 0, Ebert 4.


- 1/13

Orofino 57 Kellogg 53

OROFINO — The visiting Wildcats led 38-25 at halftime, but were outscored 20-4 in the third quarter by the Maniacs in the Central Idaho League loss.

“They switched up their defense, and we kinda stalled out offensively,” Kellogg coach Mike Martin said. “We settled, we got more passive, they got going in transition, they got some shots to drop, and the energy kind of shifted.”

Sophomore Draeden Taylor scored 14 points to lead Kellogg, and senior Blake Coburn added 12.

“We came out the gates playing really well,” Martin said. “We’re young, and learning to play with the lead, and finish things off.”

Senior Loudan Cochran scored 11 of his game-high 21 points in the third quarter for Orofino.

“They kind of go like he goes,” Martin said of Cochran.

Kellogg 20 18 4 11 — 53 

Orofino 11 14 20 12 — 57 

KELLOGG — Robinson 9, Whatcott 9, Coburn 10, Taylor 16, Blalack 2, Lewis 5, McDonald 2.

OROFINO — Bonner 7, Hudson 4, Schneider 10, Q. Naranjo6, Connolly 0, Runia 5, Cochran 21, Olive 4.


WALLACE GIRLS BASKETBALL

- 1/12

Wallace 44 Genesis Prep 39

POST FALLS — Senior Katie Yount scored a game-high 19 points for the Jaguars, who fell to the Miners in a Scenic Idaho Conference game at The Courts.

Junior Kinzie Lawler scored 10 points for Genesis Prep.

Senior Britany Phillips scored 14 points for Wallace.

Wallace 11 13 4 16 — 44 

Gen.Prep 15 4 9 11 — 39 

WALLACE — Birdsell 0, Lewis 1, Hasz 6, Wood 4, Br. Phillips 14, Delano 0, Be. Phillips 8, Hendrick 10.

GENESIS PREP — Covey 9, Williams 0, Nelke 1, Yount 19, Nichols 0, Lawler 10.


KELLOGG GIRLS BASKETBALL

- 1/12

Kellogg 41 Grangeville 71

GRANGEVILLE –– No stats or information were reported for this game. 


- 1/13

Kellogg 56 Orofino 19

OROFINO — No stats or information were reported for this game.


MULLAN BOYS BASKETBALL

- 1/11

Kellogg JV 45 Mullan 14

KELLOGG — Freshman Ty Cheney scored 11 points for the Wildcat junior varsity in a win over the Tigers at Andrews Gymnasium.

Ayden Garry added nine points for Kellogg JV.

“We had a pretty balanced effort offensively,” Kellogg JV coach Josh McDonald said. “Our leaders did a good job getting the other guys great looks. Guys were flying around, getting hands on balls and creating extra opportunities.”

Senior Logan Petit scored seven points for Mullan.

“Hats off to (Mullan coach) Paul (Elston),” McDonald said. “He’s got a short bench, but they don’t quit.”

Mullan 3 7 2 2 — 14 

KelloggJV 1611 15 3 — 45 

MULLAN — L. Petit 7, S. Petit 0, Imes 0, Appiah 4, Calvert 0, Conners Rupp 3, Ayers 0, Knoll 0.

KELLOGG JV — Glindeman 0, Johnson 3, B. Desmarais 2, G. Desmarais 0, Frohlich 2, Roach 3, Hill 0, Burton 3, Honnerlaw 6, Garry 9, Cheney 11, Vindasius 6, Griffen 0.


KELLOGG WRESTLING

- 1/12 – 1/13

POST FALLS — Tournament host Post Falls won three times in its pod during the first day of the 27th annual River City Duals at The Arena. Post Falls beat Shadle Park 74-10, Sandpoint 72-8 and Kellogg 55-15 to advance to the Gold Championship bracket.

Kellogg’s Kolter Wood went 6-0 during the two-day event to lead the Wildcats. 


Day 1 Pod Scores:

POD A SCORES — Priest River 48, Lewis and Clark 39; Nampa 66, Lewis and Clark 15; Mead 58, Lewis and Clark 19; Nampa 47, Lakeland 27; Nampa 54, Priest River 24; Lakeland 69, Priest River 16; Nampa 64, Mead 21.

POD B SCORES — Post Falls 74, Shadle Park 10; Kamiakin 42, Shadle Park 31; Kellogg 47, Kamiakin 26; Post Falls 72, Sandpoint 8; Post Falls 55, Kellogg 15; Kellogg 51, Shadle Park 30

POD C SCORES — Timberlake 42, West Valley 37; Timberlake 48, Medical Lake 39; Timberlake 48, St. Maries 42; St. Maries 63, Medical Lake 12; Sunnyside 60, Medical Lake 18.

POD D SCORES — Ephrata 41, Post Falls 2 36; Thunder Ridge 52, Ephrata 36; Ephrata 38, Pasco 33; Thunder Ridge 45, Pasco 38; Lewiston 47, Post Falls 2 30; Lewiston 48, Thunder Ridge 41.

POD E SCORES — Bonners Ferry 48, Freeman 41; Lakeland 2 57, Freeman 30; Lakeland 2 44, Post Falls 3 33; East Valley 51, Post Falls 3 27; East Valley 47, Bonners Ferry 36.

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