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Hill sparks Post Falls boys

| December 15, 2010 8:00 PM

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Coeur d'Alene Charter Academy's Rebecca Winzer looks for an assist Tuesday against Lakeside High School.

MOSES LAKE, Wash. - Connor Hill had 26 points and seven rebounds as the top-ranked Post Falls Trojans outscored the Moses Lake Chiefs 18-0 in the second quarter on the way to a 64-52 nonleague win Tuesday night.

"For our first road trip of the year, we didn't get off the bus right away," Post Falls coach Mike McLean said. "We had a little talk between quarters and cranked it up in the second quarter. Overall for the game, I was very disappointed that we didn't take a step in the right direction. It's not acceptable for us. Our goal was to get better on this trip, but instead we maintained."

Marcus Colbert had 13 points and five assists and Michael Hillman had five rebounds for Post Falls (4-0), which hosts Lakeland in the Prairie Pig game Friday.

Matt Franz scored 13 points for Moses Lake.

Post Falls 12 18 18 16 - 64

Moses Lake 13 0 13 26 - 52

POST FALLS - English 6, Gonzales 4, Hill 26, Anderson 4, Valente 0, Thoreson 2, Colbert 13, Benner 0, Hillman 5, Lickfold 4, Sheldon 0.

MOSES LAKE - Samuels 3, Porter 10, Moats 8, Adame 6, Phillips 1, Franz 13, McDonald 4, Miller 7.

East Valley 60

Lakeland 45

RATHDRUM - Kyle English scored 18 points as the Hawks fell to the Knights in a nonleague game at Hawk Court.

"I thought we came out with better energy and started the game well," Lakeland coach Trent Derrick said. "We had too many turnovers and let it slip away slowly in the second half. We played better than we had in the last few games."

East Valley forced 20 turnovers in the game.

Aaron Spencer scored 12 points for Lakeland (0-4), which travels to Post Falls on Friday.

East Valley 13 17 10 20 - 60

Lakeland 14 12 8 11 - 45

EAST VALLEY - Hoadley 4, Daly 7, Morrison 0, Rich 0, Phelan 3, Ravis 0, Strehlou 6, Jacobs 10, Stevens 4, Jarvis 16, Reynolds 10.

LAKELAND - Spencer 12, Black 0, Kunde 0, Cooper 18, Arno 3, Gray 0, Derrick 6, Boyer 0, Hendrickson 0, Opland 6, Galbreath 0.

Pullman 71

Timberlake 30

PULLMAN - Calvin Johannson, Brett Pilkleton and Corey Langerveld scored 10 points apiece as the Greyhounds ran past the Tigers in a nonleague game.

J.D. Page scored nine points for Timberlake (0-6), which travels to Kellogg on Saturday.

Timberlake 10 8 8 4 - 30

Pullman 18 15 14 21 - 71

TIMBERLAKE - Cronnelly 5, Chamberlin 0, Haden 2, Masterson 4, Page 9, Zanoni 2, Simpson 6, Scott 2.

PULLMAN - Johannson 10, Ball 1, T. Langerveld 6, Pilkleton 10, Barrett 9, Drake 9, Stevens 6, Barrington 8, C. Langerveld 10, Nordquist 2.

Kootenai 38

Mullan 27

MULLAN — Greg Wallace scored 11 points, Brandon Carman and Hayden Kraack 10 each as the visiting Warriors won their North Star League opener.

Jake Zarpentine grabbed seven rebounds for Kootenai (2-2), which went to a stall with a four-point lead and six minutes to go.

Kootenai returns to action Jan. 4 at home vs. St. Maries.

Trevor Henderson scored eight points for Mullan (0-7, 0-2), which plays host to Wallace on Friday.

Kootenai 10 11 8 9 — 38

Mullan 9 8 8 2 — 27

KOOTENAI — Zarpentine 4, Wallace 11, Myhre 3, Whipple 0, Carman 10, Pfeiffer 0, Kraack 10.

MULLAN — Tr. Henderson 8, Kotschevar 6, Ty. Henderson 0, Trogden 3, Garitone 2, Scheel 8.

Cd’A Charter 56

Lakeside 35

PLUMMER — Greg Roman scored 24 points to lead the Panthers past the Knights in a nonleague game.

Jamie Flemming and Nate Weaselhead had six points apiece for Lakeside (3-2), which hosts Clark Fork on Friday.

Jackson Redline scored eight points for Coeur d’Alene Charter (5-1), which travels to Valley Christian on Saturday.

Cd’A Charter 18 11 19 8 — 56

Lakeside 2 13 11 9 — 35

COEUR d’ALENE CHARTER — Pederson 6, Bowlin 0, Rinaldi 0, Crandall 0, Ellis 0, Peters 2, Roman 24, Mondragon 0, Redline 8, Shapiro 5, Smith 7, Simon 4.

LAKESIDE — Flemming 6, Higgins 5, McCully 6, Weaselhead 6, Gallegos 0, Chapman 2, Boyd 4, Louie-McGee 2, Smith 0, Flemming-Soto 3, Trahant 1.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Post Falls 50

Moses Lake 48 (OT)

POST FALLS — Josie Tennison scored 20 points and Post Falls started fast and withstood a run by the Chiefs in the nonleague game at The Arena.

“She was just slashing and finishing around the basket really well,” Post Falls coach Chris Johnson said. “A lot of different kids contributed. The kids just fought back and fought back. We’re proud of their perseverance.”

Jordan Loera, who has signed with Oregon, scored 17 points to lead Moses Lake, which forced overtime with a basket at the end of regulation.

Post Falls hosts Lakeland in the Prairie Pig game Friday.

Moses Lake 6 15 12 9 6 — 48

Post Falls 17 11 7 7 8 — 50

MOSES LAKE — Loera 17, Kunjara 5, Brown 4, Gentry 3, Sanders 5, Munoz 1, Benson 10, Nielson 3.

POST FALLS — Waller 0, Tennison 20, King 4, Franklin 0, Gonzales 0, Davenport 6, Litalien 9, Clancy 3, Failor 8.

Lakeland 56

East Valley 43

RATHDRUM — Neena Buchman scored 14 points to lead the Hawks past the Knights in a nonleague game at Hawk Court.

“We started a bit slow, but it was temporary,” Lakeland coach Steve Seymour said. “It was nice to have a solid first half.”

Lakeland hit six 3-pointers in the first half to pull away early.

Lakeland (5-4) travels to Post Falls on Friday for the Prairie Pig game.

East Valley 9 14 12 8 — 43

Lakeland 18 15 9 14 — 56

EAST VALLEY — Bellomy 0, Bollman 2, Rankin 6, Thatcher 4, Reynolds 5, Wallman 4, Morsheck 4, Phan 0, Connors 0, Swyers 11, Christiansen 7, Jacobs 0.

LAKELAND — Babor 9, Murray 5, S. Coder 10, Reed 5, Davis 9, Buchmann 14, Close 2, Tapplain 2, Wendell 0, J. Coder 0.

Timberlake 60

Pullman 51

PULLMAN — Senior Cassie Thompson scored a season-high 32 points as the Tigers avenged a six-point loss to the Greyhounds at home 10 days ago.

“We did a good job in the fourth quarter with our offensive production,” Timberlake coach Matt Miller said. “We had some trouble early in the game with turning the ball over, but ended up overcoming it. We just settled down and got some better looks.”

Caitlyn Nichols scored 11 points for Timberlake (6-3), which travels to Kellogg on Saturday.

Sierra Paul scored 15 points for Pullman.

Timberlake 14 10 16 20 — 60

Pullman 11 15 12 13 — 51

TIMBERLAKE — Wenstrom 7, Malloy 8, Mason 0, Hoffman 0, Nichols 11, Thompson 32, Peters 2, George 0.

PULLMAN — Garcia 0, Nash 5, Druffel 0, Wickard 8, Guo 9, Birchett 0, Norquist 11, Paul 15, Gates 0, Robinson 0.

Lakeside 44

Cd’A Charter 26

POST FALLS — Tah-wy-ah Davis and Avery Brown-Sonder scored 10 points apiece as the Knights defeated the Panthers in a nonleague game at River City Middle School.

“Lakeside wanted it more than we did tonight,” Coeur d’Alene Charter coach Logan Grant said. “They were diving for loose balls and making the extra pass for layups. They definitely outworked my girls tonight.”

Lexi Turkenburg had 12 points, 10 rebounds and six steals for Coeur d’Alene Charter (6-3), which travels to Clark Fork on Thursday.

Lakeside (6-1) hosts Deary on Dec. 30.

Lakeside 10 8 14 12 — 44

Cd’A Charter 12 5 5 4 — 26

LAKESIDE — Louie 3, Duncan 0, Davis 10, Whaley 2, Brown-Sonder 10, J. Miller 4, S. Miller 6, Hendrickx 9.

Cd’A CHARTER — Turkenburg 12, Uribe 2, Goodsen 2, Kelly 7, Winzer 1, Rinaldi 2.

Lake City JV 58

Bonners Ferry 30

BONNERS FERRY — Jansen Butler scored 15 points and the Lake City junior varsity defeated Bonners Ferry in nonleague play.

Amy Andrews led Bonners Ferry (1-3) with eight points.

Lake City JV 19 9 16 14 — 58

Bonners Ferry 6 7 14 3 — 30

LAKE CITY JV — Jackson 3, Carlson 3, Kraack 2, Little 2, Miller 3, Allen 0, Butler 15, Heidenreich 8, Gewecke 4, Hawks 8, Torres 4, Farrell 6.

BONNERS FERRY — Tucker 5, Newmeyer 0, Andrews 8, Mairfield 0, Porter 3, Riley 5, Taggert 2, Acord 5, Losmer 2.

Mullan 40

Kootenai 36

MULLAN — Nikki Axtman had 14 points and six rebounds as the Tigers defeated the Warriors in a North Star League game at the Pavilion.

Ana Parker had nine points and nine rebounds for Kootenai (0-5, 0-1 NSL), which travels to Lakeside on Jan. 7.

Kami McKinnon scored 10 points for Mullan (2-5, 1-1), which hosts Wallace on Friday.

Kootenai 2 12 12 10 — 36

Mullan 14 10 6 10 — 40

KOOTENAI — Walton 0, Griggs 4, Schultz 3, Scheffelmaier 5, Benson 2, Kincheloe 2, Verkist 0, Mabbutt 2, McGuire 10, Simpson 0, Parker 9.

MULLAN — Richey 8, Axtman 14, Kotschevar 2, M. Koenig 2, McKinnon 10, S. Koenig 4, Gribble 0.

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