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Kellogg wins Silver Valley tourney

| December 5, 2010 8:00 PM

KELLOGG - Tyler Morgan had 10 points and 11 rebounds as the Kellogg Wildcats defeated the Wallace Miners 50-34 to win the boys Silver Valley Tournament championship on Saturday at Andrews Gymnasium.

"We're improving, but we've still got a long ways to go," Kellogg coach Jeff Lambert said.

Eric Fields had 10 points, three steals and an assist for Kellogg (2-1), which travels to Chewelah on Tuesday.

Tony Branz and Brock Arthun had seven points apiece for Wallace (1-1), which hosts the North Star League tournament on Friday.

Wallace 8 8 11 7 - 34

Kellogg 10 15 13 12 - 50

WALLACE - Needles 1, Brackebusch 6, Beard 2, D. Arthun 3, Brady 0, B. Arthun 7, Cochrane 0, Branz 7, Heinig 4, Wilburn 0, Rasmussen 4.

KELLOGG - Garner 0, Wendt 7, Orsburn 0, Hulstrom 9, Reed 4, Beggerly 3, Serrano 6, Fields 10, Morgan 10, McDonald 1, Hadley 0.

Cd'A Charter 54

Mullan 20

KELLOGG - Greg Roman scored 17 points to lead the Panthers (2-1) past the Tigers (0-3) in the third-place game of the Silver Valley Tournament.

Mullan 8 4 4 4 - 20

Cd'A Charter 8 14 14 18 - 54

MULLAN - Johnson 2, Tr. Henderson 7, Ty. Henderson 2, Trodgen 5, Garitone 2, Scheel 2.

COEUR d'ALENE CHARTER - Pedersen 0, Bowlin 2, Rinaldi 3, Crandall 8, Hallett 0, Ellis 0, Peters 6, Roman 17, Mondragon 2, Redline 2, Shapiro 0, Smith 14, Simon 0.

Central Valley 62

Coeur d'Alene 51

SPOKANE - Gaven Beyarmin scored 14 points to lead the Bears past the Vikings in a nonleague game.

Chad Chalich scored 18 points and Deon Watson had 10 points for Coeur d'Alene (1-1), which hosts Priest River on Friday.

Coeur d'Alene 16 13 8 14 - 51

Central Valley 13 25 11 13 - 62

COEUR d'ALENE - Tackett 0, Matheson 6, Dunn 3, Chalich 18, Roletto 3, Loy 4, Sutton 2, Higbie 5, Baracco 0, Watson 10.

CENTRAL VALLEY - Howard 8, Estey 0, Justus 2, Rehkow 6, Wollan 9, Chamberlain 11, Sawyer 8, Guerrinha 1, Dach 1, Wiecking 0, Stanley 2, Beyarmin 14.

Mead 61

Lake City 54

SPOKANE - Garrett Swanson scored 23 points to lead the Panthers past the Timberwolves in the Findlay Auto TipOff Classic at Lewis and Clark High.

"It was a good game throughout," Lake City coach Jim Winger said. "Mead played well and shot the ball really well. I thought we played hard and played well, but we've still got a ways to go. It was a good, solid effort for us."

Chris Wheelock scored 17 points, Mark Smyly 15 points and Scott Turner had eight rebounds for Lake City (2-1), which travels to Clarkston on Tuesday.

Lake City 15 13 14 12 - 54

Mead 19 9 18 15 - 61

LAKE CITY - Smith 0, A. Mitchell 3, Wheelock 17, Carlson 6, Turner 6, Hartz 7, Smyly 15, Guice 0.

MEAD - Bliss 10, Hahn 6, Wetzel 2, Korker 1, Wright 2, Carter 5, Baker 7, Elmore 6, Garrett Swanson 23.

Pullman 59

Timberlake 35

SPIRIT LAKE - Brian Cronnelly scored 11 points for the Tigers in a nonleague loss to the Greyhounds.

"I thought we played pretty hard," Timberlake coach Jim Simpson said. "We just had a couple droughts where we didn't score any points. I thought we were competitive tonight, but they're a big team. Pullman dominated the boards and got a lot of second chance points."

Cooper Simpson added 10 points for Timberlake (0-2), which travels to Newport on Monday.

Pullman 19 15 10 15 - 59

Timberlake 12 10 7 6 - 35

PULLMAN - Johanson 4, Ball 6, T. Langerveld 7, Pinkleton 6, Stevens 3, Barrett 3, Drake 5, Barrington 5, C. Langerveld 10, Nordquist 6.

TIMBERLAKE - Cronnelly 11, Chamberlin 2, Hayden 9, Masterson 2, Thompson 0, Page 2, Zanoni 0, Simpson 10.

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