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Silver Valley Sports: Jan. 15 - 21

| January 23, 2024 1:00 AM

KELLOGG BOYS BASKETBALL

- 1/16

Lakeland 68 Kellogg 41

RATHDRUM — Senior Ben Ryan had 11 of his game-high 17 points in the first half, finishing 5-of-5 from the free-throw line for the Hawks in a nonleague win over the Wildcats at Hawk Court.

“We did a good job of getting the ball inside and Ben really got us going,” said Lakeland coach Tony Hanna of Ryan, who also had 13 rebounds. “Our size gave them some fits tonight.”

Junior Ben Roth added 12 points for Lakeland. 

“Everyone contributed and did a good job when they got in there tonight,” Hanna said. “We’ve been rotating a lot of guys in the lineup trying to keep guys fresh, and we really don’t mind going deep.”

Freshman Porter Lewis scored 12 points for Kellogg.

“They had 21 offensive rebounds for 22 points, and it’s tough to win when you’re giving up that many second-chance points,” Kellogg coach Mike Martin said. “Lakeland made some plays and hit some shots. I thought we played well in the half-court defensively, but we just couldn’t finish those possessions with clean rebounds.”


Kellogg 10 10 12 9 — 41 

Lakeland 16 19 15 18 — 68 

KELLOGG — Robinson 5, Whatcott 0, Coburn 10, Taylor 9, Blalack 3, Fields 0, Lewis 12, McDonald 0, Garry 2, Cheney 0, Vindasius 0, Honnerlaw 0.

LAKELAND — Norce 0, Hensley 10, Ferguson 5, Ryan 17, Varner 4, Weil 0, Roth 12, Cook 4, Hillman 8, Carrel 2, Harris 6.


- 1/19

Kellogg 49 Grangeville 33

KELLOGG — Senior Blake Coburn and sophomore Draeden Taylor scored 13 points each for the Wildcats in a Central Idaho League win over the Bulldogs at Andrews Gymnasium.

“We saw some stuff on film that was effective in getting us into the game,” said Kellogg coach Mike Martin, whose team fell at Grangeville 52-47 after trailing by 20 in the first half of that game. “We brought the right amount of urgency tonight. This was the most we’ve been able to turn our defense into offense, and that really set the tone for us tonight.”

Kellogg senior Reid Whatcott hit two 3-pointers in the first quarter for Kellogg.

Grangeville 8 9 10 6 — 33 

Kellogg 10 13 8 18 — 49 

GRANGEVILLE — Legaretta 5, Thacker 0, Bransford 4, Sickels 7, Klement 6, Lindsley 11, Spencer 0, Smith 0, Ebert 0.

KELLOGG — Robinson 6, Whatcott 8, Coburn 13, Taylor 13, Blalack 0, Fields 0, Lewis 5, McDonald 4, Garry 0, Cheney 0, Vindasius 0, Honnerlaw 0.


- 1/20

Moscow 57 Kellogg 39

KELLOGG — The visiting Bears jumped out to a 30-17 halftime lead en route to the win over nonleague win over the Wildcats at Andrews Gymnasium.

Cody Wilson scored 13 points to lead Moscow, which hit nine 3-pointers.

Draeden Taylor scored a game-high 17 points for Kellogg.

Moscow 16 14 14 13 — 57 

Kellogg 8 9 11 11 — 39 

MOSCOW — Hillman 11, Wilson 13, Breese 8, Izzo 2, Bethel 0, Frei 0, Abendroth 2, Williams 6, Ceron 0, Reed 7, Hurley 8.

KELLOGG — Robinson 7, Whatcott 6, Taylor 17, Blalack 0, Fields 0, Lewis 4, McDonald 2, Cheney 0, Vindasius 3, Honnerlaw 0.


MULLAN BOYS BASKETBALL

- 1/16

Clark Fork 72 Mullan 16

MULLAN — Sophomore Owen Howard scored 14 points for the Wampus Cats in a North Star League win over the Tigers at the Mullan Pavilion.

Senior Cole Sanroman scored 12 points for Clark Fork.

Sophomore Colten Imes scored eight points for Mullan.

ClarkFork 15 29 19 9 — 72 

Mullan 4 5 2 5 — 16 

CLARK FORK — Ch. Sanroman 9, Co. Sanroman 12, E. Howard 10, O. Howard 14, S. Caven 2, W. Caven 8, Christopherson 6, Cruz 11, Yanick 0.

MULLAN — Rupp-Connors 2, S. Petit 3, Appiah 1, L. Petit 2, Imes 8, Ayers 0, Calvert 0.


- 1/18

Wallace 63 Mullan 30

MULLAN — Junior Julian Davis led four Miners into double figures with 16 points in a nonleague win over the Tigers at the Mullan Pavilion.

Stephen Paul added 13 points for Wallace, Jordan Guardipee 12, and Alex Cleveland 10.

“Wallace is a very difficult matchup for us; they have a lot of taller players,” said Mullan coach Paul Elston, who is missing two of his top players in 6-foot seniors Alex Trogden and Austin Zingler, both out for the season with knee injuries suffered during football season. “They have some good athleticism, but I was really really happy with our kids — we put a lot of effort into the game, and did a lot of good things.”

Stephen Petit had 12 points and five rebounds, and Kofi Appiah had seven boards for Mullan.

Wallace 18 16 12 17 — 63 

Mullan 8 7 7 8 — 30 

WALLACE — Stutzke 3, Sabala 0, Larson 3, Therrian 0, Myles 4, Anderson 0, Guardipee 12, Davis 16, Paul 13, Williams 2, Cleveland 10.

MULLAN — Rupp Connors 7, S. Petit 12, Appiah 1, Imes 8, L. Petit 2, Calvert 0, Ayers 0.


WALLACE GIRLS BASKETBALL

- 1/16

Kellogg 51 Wallace 38

WALLACE — Senior Macy Jerome scored 23 points for the Wildcats in a nonleague win over the Miners at Kirby Krulitz Court.

Senior Emily Coe added 18 points for Kellogg.

Senior Britany Phillips scored 18 points for Wallace.

Kellogg 11 17 13 10 — 51 

Wallace 9 7 16 6 — 38 

KELLOGG — Jerome 23, M. Groth 0, Schillereff 7, Coe 18, Karst 0, Stutzke 2, A. Groth 0, Bening 0.

WALLACE — Birdsell 0, Lewis 5, Hasz 3, Wood 3, Br. Phillips 18, Be. Phillips 3, Hendrick 6.


MULLAN GIRLS BASKETBALL

Clark Fork 44 Mullan 24

MULLAN — Senior Lily Reuter scored nine points for the Wampus Cats in a North Star League win over the Tigers at the Mullan Pavilion.

Senior Eloise Shelton and sophomore Piper Scarlett scored eight points each for Clark Fork, which swept the Tigers for the league title as Kootenai did not field a girls program this season. The teams will meet again in the 1A Division II District 1 championship game on Feb. 7 at 5:30 p.m. at North Idaho College, with the winner advancing to a state play-in game at McCall-Donnelly on Feb. 10 against the District 5-6 third-place team.

Senior Autumn Charvez scored nine points for Mullan.

ClarkFork 9 16 11 8 — 44 

Mullan 6 2 8 8 — 24 

CLARK FORK — Shelton 8, Reuter 9, Thompson 4, Boehme 2, Printz-Hay 2, Leadbetter 4, Scarlett 8, Morgan 6, Yetter 0.

MULLAN — Crandall 4, Blankenship 6, Niemi 2, Boson 0, Kostelich 1, Charvez 9, Elliott 2.


KELLOGG GIRLS BASKETBALL

- 1/19

Grangeville 71 Kellogg 40

KELLOGG — No stats or information was received. 


KELLOGG WRESTLING

- 1/20 

LEWISTON — Kellogg’s Colton Storey (106), Ricky Haralson (120), and Kolter Wood (126) won their respective brackets at the Clearwater Classic at Lewiston High School.

The Wildcats competed well against their 5A opponents, finishing second overall as a team, behind only Coeur d’Alene. 

Team Scores 

1. Coeur d’Alene - 214

2. Kellogg - 177.5

3. Lewiston - 149

4. St. Maries - 143.5

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