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Lakeland wins consolation title

| December 30, 2010 8:00 PM

ROCKFORD, Wash. - Lakeland's Neena Buchmann scored 19 points and had seven rebounds as the Lakeland Hawks defeated the St. Maries Lumberjacks 50-38 in the consolation game of the Freeman tournament Wednesday.

"We were able to jump out to a big lead early on," Lakeland coach Steve Seymour said. "Our press created a lot of turnovers, but we let down a little bit in the third quarter. It was a good win for us, but maybe not our best effort in the second half. Neena played really well for us."

Dusti Huddleston scored 13 points for St. Maries (2-8), which hosts Priest River on Tuesday.

Darby Murray had four steals and three assists for Lakeland (8-6), which hosts Bonners Ferry on Friday, Jan. 7.

Lakeland 17 11 13 7 - 50

St. Maries 4 7 14 13 - 38

LAKELAND - Babor 2, Murray 3, S. Coder 0, Kunas 0, Reed 3, Davis 11, Buchmann 19, Close 8, Tapplin 3, Wendle 1, J. Coder 0.

ST. MARIES - Waddell 0, Asbury 2, Buell 10, Hudson 4, Anxo 2, Huddleston 13, K. Thaut 13, C. Thaut 1.

Clark Fork at

Timberlake, PPD

SPIRIT LAKE - The Timberlake-Clark Fork game was postponed due to blizzard conditions near Sandpoint.

No makeup date was announced.

Kamiah 67

Cd'A Charter 40

KELLOGG - Sophomore Shelby Collinger scored 29 points to lead the Kubs past the Panthers in the championship game of the Kellogg Christmas tournament at Andrews Gymnasium.

"Defense is usually our strongest point, but we didn't show up tonight," Coeur d'Alene Charter coach Logan Grant said. "We got outworked on the boards and didn't play with any intensity at all tonight. They definitely outphysicaled us tonight and we couldn't box out."

Paige Kelly scored 18 points on 6 of 9 shooting from beyond the 3-point line for Coeur d'Alene Charter (9-4), which travels to Lakeside on Tuesday. Lexi Turkenburg had nine points and six rebounds for Coeur d'Alene Charter.

Kamiah 17 21 22 7 - 67

Cd'A Charter 4 21 12 3 - 40

KAMIAH - Ulmer 19, Harper 7, Willis 0, Warden 0, Collinger 29, Lane 4, Wilkins 6, Penny 2.

COEUR d'ALENE CHARTER - Turkenburg 9, Uribe 3, Goodsen 2, Urbaniak 5, Kelly 18, Winzer 3, Babich 0, Rinaldi 0.

N.I. Christian tops Christian Center for 3rd place

SPOKANE VALLEY - Amanda Hobson had 12 points, 15 rebounds and seven steals to lead North Idaho Christian past Christian Center School in the third-place game of the Tri-State Invitational at the Hub.

Kana Shanley added eight points and five assists for NIC, which took its first lead of the game with one minute remaining in regulation.

Lindsey Howard and Carlina Kramer led CCS with 12 points apiece.

Earlier Wednesday, NIC earned its spot in the third-place game with pool-play wins over Christian Center (35-27) and Kootenai Home School Association (33-19).

NIC plays Kootenai HSA on Tuesday at Canfield.

Third-place game

N.I. Christian 2 11 6 13 - 32

Christian Center 9 6 5 9 - 29

NORTH IDAHO CHRISTIAN - Kramer 0, Hobson 13, Shanley 8, Kaschmitter 6, Goodwin 2, Gwin 3.

CHRISTIAN CENTER SCHOOL - Howard 12, Lund 0, B. Harryman 4, Kramer 12, Kuetemeyer 1.

St. Maries 58

West Valley (Spokane) 55

ROCKFORD, Wash. - Jake Mercer had 15 points and eight rebounds to earn tournament MVP honors in the Lumberjacks' win over the Eagles in the championship game of the Freeman Holiday tournament.

"West Valley is a heck of a team," St. Maries coach Craig Wicks said. "It was a real good game and good team effort for us. A lot of guys stepped up and played some big minutes. I'm proud of the kids."

Satchel Schetzle scored 14 points and Ian Heath had 13 points and 10 rebounds for St. Maries (7-2), which travels to Kootenai on Tuesday.

Jake Love scored 21 points for West Valley.

West Valley 8 8 25 14 - 55

St. Maries 11 16 18 13 - 58

WEST VALLEY - Davis 0, Gassman 10, Stavnes 6, Bagby 4, Flynn 0, Vandermark 10, Love 21, Shields 4.

ST. MARIES - Joiner 6, Schetzle 14, Sampson 4, Lehman 5, Guidry 1, Mercer 15, Heath 13.

Freeman 53

Lakeland 47

ROCKFORD, Wash. - Colin Ayers scored 13 points to lead the Scotties past the Hawks in the consolation game of the Freeman tournament.

"We were right there with them," Lakeland coach Trent Derrick said. "We just couldn't quite get over the hump and didn't hit shots down the stretch. But we'll keep working and getting better."

Aaron Spencer scored 11 points for Lakeland (1-8), which travels to Priest River on Monday.

Lakeland 12 13 7 15 - 47

Freeman 17 12 8 16 - 53

LAKELAND - Spencer 11, Black 1, Whitesitt 8, Cooper 6, Arno 10, Derrick 4, Opland 7.

FREEMAN - Duckett 2, Miller 11, Hjaltain 6, Unfred 11, Ayers 13, Casto 5, Vander Linden 5, Barrong 2.

Timberlake 76

Orofino 42

SPIRIT LAKE - Brian Cronnelly scored 23 points, Cooper Simpson added 15 and Timberlake defeated Orofino in the Miller's Harvest Foods Holiday Tournament.

JD Page and Trevor Masterson scored 10 points apiece for Timberlake (1-9), which hosts Coeur d'Alene Charter on Jan. 7.

Orofino 15 11 7 9 - 42

Timberlake 23 21 24 8 - 76

OROFINO - Pippenger 8, Gray 1, Melton 13, Meeks 5, Yost 0, Goodridch 11, Terras 1, Marcell 2, Lee 0, Schliepes 1.

TIMBERLAKE - Cronnelly 23, Paulsen 0, Chamberlin 5, Hayden 5, Masterson 10, Scott 4, Blayne 2, Page 10, Zanoni 2, Simpson 15.

Cd'A Charter 53

Wallace 49

KELLOGG - Tyrell Peters scored 19 points to lead the Panthers past the Miners (2-5) in the consolation game of the Kellogg Christmas tournament at Andrews Gymnasium.

Greg Roman and Christian Pederson scored 11 points for Coeur d'Alene Charter (8-2), which hosts Lakeside on Tuesday at Holy Family Catholic School.

Wallace 17 10 9 13 - 49

Cd'A Charter 16 14 13 20 - 63

WALLACE - Needles 0, Brackebusch 13, Beard 9, D. Arthun 1, B. Arthun 3, Cochrane 0, Branz 9, Heinig 10, Wilburn 0, Rasmussen 6.

COEUR d'ALENE CHARTER - Pedersen 11, Bowlin 0, Rinaldi 0, Crandall 7, Hallett 0, Ellis 0, Peters 19, Roman 11, Mondragon 0, Redline 0, Shapiro 0, Smith 13, Simon 2, Adams 0.

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