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Lakeland bears down in Moscow

| December 12, 2010 8:00 PM

MOSCOW - Lakeland built a lead close to double digits in the fourth quarter, then held on to beat Moscow 55-53 in 4A Inland Empire League play Saturday at Bear Den.

Jax Babor scored 12 points to lead four players into double figures for the Hawks (4-4, 2-0 4A IEL), who are on top of the league standings with both victories coming on the road. Lakeland won at Sandpoint on Tuesday. Lakeland's two remaining league games will be at home.

"The bottom line is, we got a win on the road, and it's a good win, whether it's by two points or 12 points," Lakeland coach Steve Seymour said.

Neena Buchmann and Kerstyn Reed added 11 points for the Hawks. Darby Murray had 10 points, six rebounds, six steals and three assists, and Shelby Coder had eight boards.

Taylor Anderson scored 21 points, Abi Quinnett 16 for Moscow (1-1 4A IEL).

Lakeland plays host to East Valley on Tuesday.

Lakeland 8 13 19 15 - 55

Moscow 13 6 14 20 - 53

LAKELAND - Babor 12, Murray 10, Coder 3, Reed 11, Davis 0, Buchmann 11, Close 6, Taplin 2.

MOSCOW - Davis 1, Gorton 4, Redinger 2, Olmstead 3, Bigler 6, Quinnett 16, Anderson 21.

Coeur d'Alene 56

Shadle Park 52

SPOKANE - Senior guard Heather Baughman had 11 points, five steals and four assists as the Vikings rallied from a seven-point fourth quarter deficit to defeat the Highlanders in a nonleague game.

"It was a really good game after losing that heartbreaker on Thursday to Lewiston," Coeur d'Alene coach Dale Poffenroth said. "To be down and to come back speaks a lot to the ingenuity of the team. Both Erin (Legel) and Heather hit some big outside shots down the stretch and we finally got some shots to go down."

Caelyn Orlandi had 16 points and four assists and Carli Rosenthal scored 14 points for Coeur d'Alene (5-2), which travels to Moscow on Friday.

Aleisha Hathaway scored 14 points for Shadle Park (3-1), which snapped a 41-game Viking winning streak last year.

Coeur d'Alene 13 9 14 20 - 56

Shadle Park 10 16 14 12 - 52

COEUR d'ALENE - Baughman 11, Orlandi 16, K. Parker 7, Legel 8, Rosenthal 14, Petit 0, S. Parker 0, Williams 0.

SHADLE PARK - Chandler 13, Hert 4, Orcutt 0, Reidt 5, Hathaway 14, Carney 6, Knuteson 10.

Clarkston 61

Sandpoint 28

PENDLETON, Ore. - Junior Maggie Kirscher posted a double-double with 13 points and 10 boards, but the Bulldogs simply ran out of gas, falling to the Bantams in the championship game of the Pendleton tournament.

Charissa Chatburn added six points and six rebounds and Kara Bruce five points in defeat for the Bulldogs (2-6), who defeated host Pendleton on Friday night in the opener.

"Last night we played really well, but today we gave up 10 offensive boards in the first half and that wiped us out," said Sandpoint coach Lance Bruce, whose team managed just 10 second half points. "Our legs went and we were short on everything."

The Bulldogs are at Kellogg on Tuesday.

Sandpoint 10 8 6 4 - 28

Clarkston 18 16 13 14 - 61

SANDPOINT - Speelmon 0, Bruce 5, Van Ooyen 1, Tucker 0, Olin 2, Chatburn 6, Oyharsabal 0, Kirscher 13, N. Roop 1.

Timberlake 45

St. Maries 29

SPIRIT LAKE - Cassie Thompson scored 17 points to lead the fourth-ranked Tigers past the Lumberjacks in the Intermountain League opener for both schools.

"We were really up and down all night long," Timberlake coach Matt Miller said. "It was a seesaw battle. We ended up making a few shots in the fourth quarter and ended up pulling it out."

Caitlyn Nichols scored 14 points for Timberlake (5-3), which travels to Pullman on Tuesday.

Dusti Huddleston scored 12 points for St. Maries (2-4), which visits the Lake City JV on Monday.

St. Maries 4 13 2 10 - 29

Timberlake 15 7 10 13 - 45

ST. MARIES - Waddell 2, Asbury 8, Buell 4, Hudson 3, Anxo 0, Huddleston 12, K. Thaut 0, C. Thaut 0.

TIMBERLAKE - Wenstrom 7, Malloy 2, Mason 2, Hoffman 0, Nichols 14, Thompson 17, Peters 3, George 0.

Bonners Ferry 43

Kellogg 32

KELLOGG - Hailey Wasmer scored 13 points to lead the Badgers past the Wildcats in the Intermountain League opener for both at Andrews Gymnasium.

"We played hard defense, but we just had too many fouls," Kellogg coach Patty Hoeck said. "We sent them to the foul line 28 times and that was our downfall tonight."

Marah Ashcraft scored 12 points for Kellogg (3-4), which hosts Sandpoint on Tuesday.

Bonners Ferry (2-2) hosts the Lake City JV on Tuesday.

Bonners Ferry 12 6 16 9 - 43

Kellogg 9 6 5 12 - 32

BONNERS FERRY - Tucker 2, Neumeyer 2, Andrews 10, Porter 6, Riley 4, Taggart 0, Acord 6, Wasmer 13.

KELLOGG - Garner 2, Pouttu 0, Flores 0, Huber 0, Stewart 2, Rainio 0, Sheppard 0, Cooper 4, Arthur 2, Reed 7, Hadley 3, Ashcraft 12.

N.I. Christian 36

Christian Center 20

COEUR d'ALENE - Junior Amanda Hobson scored 12 points and grabbed 18 rebounds to lead the Royals in the Mountain Christian League game at Canfield Middle School.

Kylee Kramer had seven assists for North Idaho Christian (3-3, 2-1 MCL), which plays Upper Columbia Academy on Thursday in Spangle, Wash.

Carlina Kramer scored nine points for Christian Center (2-1, 2-1), which plays host to Kootenai Community on Thursday at River City Middle School.

Christian Center 3 4 6 7 - 20

N.I. Christian 12 4 8 12 - 36

CHRISTIAN CENTER - Howard 2, Lund 2, Harryman 6, Kramer 9, Kuetemeyer 1, VanOstrand 0.

NORTH IDAHO CHRISTIAN - Kramer 4, Hobson 12, Shanley 10, Kaschmitter 8, Goodwin 2, Gjevre 0, Bassett 0, Smith 0, Murison 0.

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