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Wallace wins Silver Valley tourney

| November 14, 2010 8:00 PM

WALLACE - Emily Vester and Courtney Jennings scored nine points apiece as the Wallace Miners defeated the Coeur d'Alene Charter Academy Panthers 40-31 to win the Silver Valley Tournament on Saturday.

Paige Kelly scored 20 points for Coeur d'Alene Charter (1-1), which hosts Kootenai on Tuesday.

Jamie Dodge had 12 rebounds and Amanda Pehan nine rebounds for Wallace (2-0), which travels to Timberlake on Tuesday.

Cd'A Charter 11 13 5 2 - 31

Wallace 12 9 7 12 - 40

COEUR d'ALENE CHARTER - Goodsen 0, Rinaldi 0, Uribe 0, Turkenburg 9, Urbaniak 2, Kelly 20, Arts 0.

WALLACE - Vester 9, Hill 1, Pasley 6, Snyder 0, Dire 5, Jennings 9, Bayer 0, Pehan 0, Dodge 6, Denson 2, Browning 2.

Kellogg 35

Mullan 24

WALLACE - Marah Ashcraft had 19 points and six rebounds as the Wildcats defeated the Tigers in the Silver Valley tournament.

Morgan Koenig had 10 points and 14 rebounds and Sydni Kotschevar had seven points and seven rebounds for Mullan (0-2), which travels to the North Star League tournament on Friday at Clark Fork.

Hunter Rainio had six points for Kellogg (1-1), which travels to Kootenai on Thursday.

Mullan 1 12 4 7 - 24

Kellogg 12 7 6 10 - 35

MULLAN - Richey 1, McKinnon 6, Kotschevar 7, M. Koenig 10, S. Koenig 0, Gribble 0.

KELLOGG - Garner 4, Flores 0, Huber 0, Stewart 3, Rainio 6, Sheppard 0, Cooper 1, Arthur 0, Reed 2, Hadley 0, Ashcraft 19.

Lake City 69

Lakeland 28

RATHDRUM - Senior Sydney Butler had 24 points, four assists and three steals as the Timberwolves defeated the Hawks in the season opener for both at Hawk Court.

"It was a decent first quarter," Lakeland coach Steve Seymour said. "The game got away from us in the second quarter. Lake City did a great job getting to the basket and we had a hard time of defending man to man tonight."

Jenna Davis had eight points, Ciena Close six rebounds for Lakeland, which hosts Priest River on Tuesday.

Jasmyn Smith had 10 points and Jenna Lewis nine rebounds for Lake City, which hosts Timberlake on Thursday.

Lake City 16 26 19 8 - 69

Lakeland 11 3 10 4 - 28

LAKE CITY - J. Butler 5, S. Butler 24, Kacalek 0, Lewis 8, Smith 10, Rowe 3, Ball 9, Kerr 2, Mitchell 7, Heidenreich 1.

LAKELAND - Babor 3, Murray 4, Coder 0, Reed 4, Davis 8, Salzman 2, Buchmann 3, Close 3, Tapplin 0, Wendle 1.

Post Falls 57

Moscow 33

MOSCOW - Sophomore post Dani Failor had 15 points as the Trojans defeated the Bears in the nonleague opener for both schools at Bear Den.

"We played really tenacious defense," Post Falls coach Chris Johnson said. "They were flying around today and scoring points off of it. We were kind of nervous at first, but we got into a flow and got it going."

Josie Tennison added 14 points for Post Falls, which travels to Sandpoint on Tuesday.

Post Falls 16 15 12 14 - 57

Moscow 4 18 3 6 - 33

POST FALLS - Waller 0, Tennison 14, King 6, Gonzales 6, Davenport 7, Litalien 9, Clancy 0, Failor 15.

MOSCOW - Davis 3, Gorton 0, Redinger 6, Sprenger 2, Quinnett 11, Miles 4, Anderson 7.

Sandpoint 45

St. Maries 35

SANDPOINT - Freshman Hailey Olin scored a game-high 15 points and pulled down nine rebounds, and Maggie Kirscher added 12 points, nine rebounds and four steals to lead the Bulldogs over the Lumberjacks in nonleague play at Les Rogers Court.

Charissa Chatburn added nine points on three 3-pointers, while Kara Bruce added four assists and Jordan Speelmon five steals for the Bulldogs (1-1), who held the Lumberjacks to just 25 percent shooting in the second half.

"Tonight Hailey let loose a little and was an ignitor for us," said Sandpoint coach Lance Bruce, who thought Cheyanne Tucker's six quick points off the bench in the second quarter were huge. "That gave us a little separation and was big to have that coming off the bench."

Dusti Huddleston posted eight points, 11 rebounds and five assists, and Kendra Buell scored nine to lead the Lumberjacks, who dressed just seven players in their season opener.

"I thought our girls played well for being short handed," first-year St. Maries coach Jay Sines said. "We got a little tired."

Sandpoint hosts Post Falls on Tuesday.

St. Maries 9 11 7 8 - 35

Sandpoint 12 12 11 10 - 45

ST. MARIES - Axno 0, Asbury 7, Buell 9, Hudson 0, Huddleston 8, Sines 5, Thaut 6.

SANDPOINT - Van Ooyen 0, Chatburn 9, Kirscher 12, Roop 3, Tucker 6, Speelmon 0, Bruce 0, Olin 15.

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