Silver Valley Sport Recap: Jan. 20-26

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Courtesy photo/ Kellogg’s Jaron Figueroa tries to get the ball in to teammate Abby Erickson during the Wildcats’ loss to Timberlake last week.

Kellogg girls basketball

•KELLOGG — Brooke Jessen scored 15 of her game-high 21 points in the second half for the Timberlake Tigers in a 50-31 Intermountain League win over the Wildcats in a matchup of two of the top five teams in this week’s state prep girls basketball media poll at Andrews Gymnasium on Thursday.

“Brooke had a really good second half for us,” Timberlake coach Matt Miller said. “I was really happy for the most part with our defense. Offensively, we didn’t play great, but we stayed consistent on the defensive end all night. Kellogg’s a good, athletic team. They played hard the entire night”

Jaron Figueroa scored 12 points — all on 3-pointers — and Grace Nearing had eight points, five steals and four rebounds for fifth-ranked Kellogg, which was missing two starters.

“We’re only rolling with eight varsity girls, and two of them were gone tonight,” Kellogg coach Jana Nearing said. “We did not rebound well, and it was one of our downfalls. We were just a little slow and weren’t getting organized. If we can hone in on those things, then we’ll be good to go.”

Taryn Soumas scored 10 points for third ranked Timberlake, which has won 31 straight league games dating back to Feb. 3, 2015.

Timberlake 14 9 15 12 — 50

Kellogg 8 4 10 9 — 31

TIMBERLAKE — Sande 0, Soumas 10, Suko 3, Hammond 4, Kronenberg 0, Gustin 0, Carhart 8, Jessen 21, Jeffs 4.

KELLOGG — A. VanHoose 0, Allred 0, E. VanHoose 0, Ferreira 0, Figueroa 12, Nearing 8, Cheney 8, Erickson 3.

Mullan girls basketball

•Mullan 34, Kootenai 25

HARRISON FLATS — Talowa Fallingwater had 27 points, nine rebounds and five steals for the Tigers in a Jan. 21 North Star League win over the Warriors.

Emily Dykes had seven points, seven assists and four steals and Sairah Haig five steals for Mullan.

Jacey Grange had 13 points and six rebounds for Kootenai.

Mullan 6 9 4 15 — 34

Kootenai 4 2 8 11 — 25

MULLAN — Petit 0, Haig 0, Ringsbye 0, Fallingwater 27, Frazier 2, Dykes 5.

KOOTENAI — Tiller 4, Glessner 0, Defoort 0, Addington 2, Thaut 2, Wine 4, Donohoe 0, Grange 13.

•North Idaho Christian 50, Mullan 24

MULLAN — Danica Kelly scored eight points for the Royals in a win over the Tigers at the Mullan Pavilion.

Symone Pilgrim had seven points and 16 rebounds, Maddie Danigle seven points, 10 rebounds and six steals for North Idaho Christian.

Talowa Fallingwater scored 11 points, Jaynah Petit nine points and Emily Dykes had eight rebounds for Mullan.

NICS 17 14 10 9 — 50

Mullan 3 10 4 7 — 24

NORTH IDAHO CHRISTIAN — Monaghan 0, Kelly 8, Williams 0, Pilgrim 7, Gwin 4, Daigle 7, Malinauskas 4, Bresee 2, Connelly 5, Newman 4, Thomas 6, Covey 0.

MULLAN — Petit 9, Haig 0, Ringsbye 0, Fallingwater 11, Frazier 0, Dykes 4.

Mullan boys basketball

•Mullan 48, Kootenai 29

HARRISON FLATS — Luke Trogden scored 20 points for Tigers in a Jan. 21 North Star League win over the Warriors.

Garrett Renner scored 10 points for Kootenai.

“Kootenai competes very well,” Mullan coach Paul Elston said. “I credit coach Curtis Ames and their guys for playing hard. We were very flat to begin with. Once we started playing in the second half, things turned around for us. We must get off to better starts, but I will always take a road league win.”

Samuel Hess scored eight points for Mullan.

Mullan 10 9 12 17 — 48

Kootenai 4 9 6 10 — 29

MULLAN — Layton 3, R. Trogden 6, Hess 8, Gallaway 7, Zingler 0, L. Trogden 20, Nelson 4.

KOOTENAI — Brewster 6, Little 0, Reynolds 3, Raudebaugh 7, Hystell 0, Alderson 0, Renner 10, Zavada 0, Coppa 0.

Kellogg boys basketball

•Kellogg 46, Sandpoint 42

KELLOGG — Taylor Bush scored all six of his points from the free-throw line in the fourth quarter for the Wildcats, who were held without a field goal in the final quarter but held off the Bulldogs on Jan. 21 at Andrews Gymnasium.

It was the Wildcats’ second game without leading scorer Graden Nearing.

“It was a good defensive effort by both teams,” said Kellogg coach Jeff Nearing, whose team scored all 10 points from the foul line in the fourth quarter. “But we found a way to get a win.”

Sandpoint trailed by 16 headed into the final frame and elected to go with a “let-’em-fly” strategy that got them back into the game.

Gavin Luna scored 11 points for Kellogg. Kobe Banks scored 12 points for Sandpoint.

Sandpoint 3 8 9 22 — 42

Kellogg 8 13 15 10 — 46

SANDPOINT — R. Roos 10, Banks 12, Niemela 2, Eldridge 5, VanDenBerg 2, Pettit 0, Lee 0, C. Roos 4, Treadaway 2, Casey 5.

KELLOGG — Bush 6, R. Luna 5, K. Luna 0, Oertli 6, Miller 7, Walker 3, Jerome 8, G. Luna 11.

•Moscow 61, Kellogg 39

KELLOGG — The Wildcats lost their second game of the season to Moscow, this time playing without leading scorer Graden Nearing.

No further stats or info was received for the Jan. 25 game.

Wallace girls basketball

•Wallace 59, Genesis Prep 22

POST FALLS — Megan Morin and Jaden House scored 13 points each for the Miners in a win over the Jaguars on Jan. 23 at The Courts at Real Life Ministries.

Greta Neely scored 11 points for Genesis Prep.

Wallace 22 14 18 5 — 59

Genesis Prep 5 5 5 7 — 22

WALLACE — Morin 13, Lowen 0, Merrick 0, Specht 0, House 13, Welch 10, Hill 0, Atkins 2, Cielke 8, Hunter 10, Bergem 3.

GENESIS PREP — Kim 3, Bohannan 0, Elonen 0, Neely 11, Thomas 0, Nies 4, Williams 0, Burgess 0, Wilson 0, Reidt 4.

•Wallace 58, Kootenai 11

WALLACE — Jaden House scored 29 points for the Miners in a North Star League win over the Warriors on Jan. 24 at Kirby Krulitz Court.

Chloe Cielke scored 11 points for Wallace.

Kootenai 4 1 4 2 — 11

Wallace 10 19 19 10 — 58

KOOTENAI — Tiller 6, Glessner 0, Defoort 0, Addington 0, Thaut 1, Wine 0, Donohoe 2, Grange 2.

WALLACE — Morin 9, Johnson 0, Lowman 0, Specht 2, Hill 0, Merrick 2, Welch 2, Cielke 11, Atkins 1, House 29, Bergem 1.

Wallace boys basketball

•Genesis Prep 60, Wallace 53

POST FALLS — Freshman Steven Burgess scored 17 points for the Jaguars in a win over the Miners on Jan. 23 at The Courts at Real Life Ministries.

Wallace led by two at the intermission, but was outscored 20-8 in the third quarter.

Freshman Donovan Daniels added 11 points for Genesis Prep. Carter Bailey scored 21 points for Wallace.

Wallace 8 18 8 19 — 53

Genesis Prep 16 8 20 16 — 60

WALLACE — Tesky 0, Farkas 3, Hogamier 7, Bailey 21, Lo. Hull 13, Denson 8, Lu. Hall 0, Hammerberg 1.

GENESIS PREP — Olinger 0, Schroeder 3, Daniels 11, Burgess 17, Weeks 10, Neely 9, Gonzales 9, Brosenne 1.

•Wallace 66, Kootenai 27

WALLACE — Connor Denson scored 20 points to lead the Miners past the Warriors in a Jan. 24 North Star League game at Kirby Krulitz Court.

The Miners were able to go to their bench early after jumping out to a 42-12 halftime lead.

Andrew Little scored 13 points for Kootenai. Logan Hull scored 10 points for Wallace.

Kootenai 7 5 7 9 — 27

Wallace 21 21 15 9 — 66

KOOTENAI — Little 13, G. Hysell 0, Raudebaugh 5, D. Hysell 0, Anderson 0, Renner 10, Coppa 0, Brewster 0.

WALLACE — Tesky 4, Richardson 2, Farkas 4, Hogamier 7, Perno 0, Goldade 2, Bailey 8, Lo. Hull 10, Denson 20, Lu. Hull 5, Hammerberg 2, Gunderson 2.

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