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Vikings fall in Nike Northwest semifinals

| December 4, 2010 8:00 PM

BEAVERTON, Ore. — Jen Reese scored 18 points as the Clackamas Cavaliers defeated the Coeur d’Alene Vikings 48-40 in the semifinals of the Nike Northwest Invitational on Friday night at Southridge High.

Carli Rosenthal scored 16 points for Coeur d’Alene (3-1), which faces South Eugene (Ore.) today in the third-place game at 4:45 p.m.

Coeur d’Alene 7 11 5 17 — 40

Clackamas 11 16 10 11 — 48

COEUR d’ALENE — Rosenthal 16, Baughman 8, Orlandi 5, K. Parker 3, Legel 2, Williams 6, S. Parker 0.

CLACKAMAS — Reese 18, Miller 3, T. Reiner 4, Myers 7, Thomas 4, Mattocks 12, Mauerman 0, Owens 0, Aguon 0, Rowland 0.

Lake City 71

University 63

COEUR d'ALENE - Alyssa Kacalek scored 18 points to lead the Lake City Timberwolves past the University Titans of Spokane in a nonleague game.

"Both teams came out and pressured hard," Lake City coach Royce Johnston said. "It was a good win for us tonight against a quality team. We got a good lift tonight from Alyssa and Katie (Rowe) with them combining for 32 points. Katie came out and scored nine points in the fourth quarter to keep us going."

Rowe had 14 points and Jenna Lewis scored 11 points for Lake City (4-0), who travel to Clarkston on Tuesday.

Cassie Schilliam scored 22 points for University.

University 11 21 12 19 - 63

Lake City 12 27 11 21 - 71

UNIVERSITY - S. Welier 0, Valley 8, Jennett 7, A. Thornton 10, Berdar 0, Schillam 22, P. Thorton 7, Peterson 2, Whitsett 7.

LAKE CITY - J. Butler 0, S. Butler 15, Kacalek 18, Lewis 11, Smith 2, Rowe 14, Ball 4, Kerr 3, Mitchell 4, Heidenreich 0.

Coeur d'Alene vs.

Clackamas (Ore.)

BEAVERTON, Ore. - No report was received from the Vikings by deadline from the semifinal game at the Nike Northwest Invitational.

St. Maries 47

Orofino 29

ST. MARIES — Tia Asbury scored 16 points to lead the Lumberjacks past the Maniacs in a nonleague game.

“We were able to get a lot of steals off the bat and played really aggressive defense on the night,” St. Maries coach Jay Sines said. “We passed the ball really well tonight, only turning the ball over six times.”

Hailey Hudson had 10 rebounds for St. Maries (1-2), which travels to Kootenai tonight.

Alyssa Erlewine scored 10 points for Orofino.

Orofino 4 8 5 12 — 29

St. Maries 15 14 8 10 — 47

OROFINO — Gilmer 0, Erlewine 10, Sonner 0, Moser 7, Dipunno 3, Browning 0, Erbst 3, Campbell 6.

ST. MARIES — Sines 6, Asbury 16, Buell 4, Waddell 0, Hudson 9, Anxo 0, Huddleston 8, K. Thaut 4, C. Thaut 0.

The Oaks 28

N.I. Christian 27

LIBERTY LAKE — At the HUB, Christa Gentili’s basket with 6 seconds left helped The Oaks hand North Idaho Christian its first Mountain Christian League loss in three years.

Kana Shanley had 14 points and four steals, and Amanda Hobson had eight rebounds for North Idaho Christian (2-1, 1-1 MCL), which plays Coeur d’Alene Charter Academy today at 3 at Canfield Middle School.

The Oaks 7 4 9 8 — 28

N.I. Christian 9 7 4 7 — 27

THE OAKS — A. Gentili 8, C. Gentili 10, Lewis 6, Gibson 4.

NORTH IDAHO CHRISTIAN — Kramer 3, Hobson 6, Shanley 14, Gjevre 4, Kaschmitter 0, Goodwin 0, Smith 0.

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