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PREP ROUNDUP: Post Falls opens with two dual wins at tourney

| December 5, 2020 1:15 AM

• WRESTLING

IDAHO FALLS — Roddy Romero (126 pounds), Alex Austin (138), Lane Reardon (145), Eithan Miller (160), Trevor Miller (182) and Tyler Cook (220) finished unbeaten on the day for Post Falls in the season-opening Buck’s Bags duals tournament on Friday at Thunder Ridge High.

Post Falls beat Madison 65-15 and Minico 58-20 in pod matches to advance to the semifinals of the Gold Bracket today. The Trojans will wrestle Century of Pocatello in a semifinal. Thunder Ridge and Jerome will compete in the other semifinal.

POST FALLS 65, MADISON 15

98 — Zack Campbell, PF, by forfeit. 106 — Tyson Barnhart, PF, by forfeit. 113 — Brady Calderwood, Mad, p. Keaton Corbin, 2:48. 120 — Tyke Burrell, Mad, p. Connor McCarroll, 1:13. 126 — Roddy Romero, PF, p. Ikaika Jensen, 2:43. 132 — Noah Ingram, Mad, d. Ryan Graves, 6-3. 138 — Alex Austin, PF, d. Joshua Benson, 8-6. 145 — Lane Reardon, PF, p. David Wheeler, :33. 152 — Andy Wallace, PF, md. Jeffrey Williams, 16-5. 160 — Ethan Miller, PF, md. Roy Gunderson, 10-0. 170 — Jose Laguna, PF, by forfeit. 182 — Trevor Miller, PF, p. Orion Stokes, :18. 195 — Isaiah Laguna, PF, p. Ethan Burbidge, 1:52. 220 — Tyler Cook, PF, p. Tayton Warnke, :26. 285 — Austin Portner, PF, by forfeit.

POST FALLS 58, MINICO 20

106 — Tyson Barnhart, PF, by forfeit. 113 — Lita Cruz, Min, md. Keaton Corbin, 19-6. 120 — Brody Ottley, Min, Connor McCarroll, 16-4. 126 — Roddy Romero, PF, d. Joseph Terry, 4-0. 132 — Ryan Graves, PF, md. James Burr, 15-2. 138 — Alex Austin, PF, d. Kelt Studer, 6-4. 145 — Lane Reardon, PF, p. Dawson Osterhout, 5:04. 152 — Paxton Twiss, Min, p. Andy Wallace, 5:04. 160 — Ethan Miller, PF, p. Koby Espinoza, 1:09. 170 — Jose Laguna, PF, p. Freddy Martinez, :37. 182 — Trevor Miller, PF, p. Oscar Arteage, 1:05. 195 — Isaiah Laguna, PF, p. Deklan Shelton, :37. 220 — Tyler Cook, PF, p. Braxton Molina, 1:17. 285 — Austin Portner, PF, by forfeit. 98 — Andre Valero, Min, p. Zack Campbell, 4:34.

• BOYS BASKETBALL

Kellogg 50

Post Falls JV 23

WALLACE — Kolby Luna hit 4 of 6 3-pointers, including a three-quarter-court shot at the halftime buzzer, to spark the Wildcats to a victory over the Trojan junior varsity in the first round of the Silver Valley Tournament.

Luna finished with 15 points and seven rebounds for Kellogg (1-1), which gave first-year coach Mike Martin his first varsity coaching victory. The former Clark Fork High star and former basketball official coached the Coeur d’Alene JV boys the past two seasons.

“It feels good; it feels a whole lot better than Wednesday,” said Martin, referring to the Wildcats’ season-opening 63-28 loss to Lakeland. “Tonight we shot the ball really well, and came out and competed on the defensive end real well.”

Kellogg will play Priest River (2-0), which defeated Wallace 61-54, in the championship game today at 1:30 p.m. Wallace will face the Post Falls JV at noon for the consolation title.

Riply Luna and Luke Frohlich added eight points each for Kellogg, which finished 7 of 11 from 3-point range, and 7 of 8 from the foul line.

Langan Naylor led the Post Falls JV with seven points.

Post Falls JV 2 6 5 10 — 23

Kellogg 17 23 9 1 — 50

POST FALLS JV — Smith 4, Naylor 7, Shields 5, McCarthy 0, Tebbe 4, Jacobson 0, Bowie 0, Gunderson 0, Craig 0, Butler 3, Cooper 0, Summers 0.

KELLOGG — Miller 0, R. Luna 8, K. Luna 15, McLean 0, Groves 6, Maciosek 0, Frohlich 8, Walker 5, Jerome 6, Hoffman 2.

Priest River 61

Wallace 54

WALLACE — Trentyn Kreager scored 18 points for the Spartans in a win over the Miners in the Silver Valley Tournament at Kirby Krulitz Court.

“I was really proud of how much better we played in the second half,” said Wallace coach Corey Miller, whose team fell to Priest River 80-64 in the season opener for both schools on Wednesday in Priest River. “It’s early in the season and they are starting to find their way.”

Luke Butler and Jordan Nortz scored 12 points each for Priest River (2-0), which faces Kellogg today in the championship game at 1:30 p.m.

Carter Bailey scored 15 points for Wallace (0-2), which faces the Post Falls JV today at noon in the consolation game.

Priest River 10 23 15 13 — 61

Wallace 6 6 24 18 — 54

PRIEST RIVER — Matthews 5, Butler 12, J. Nortz 12, Kreager 18, Marmello 0, Berns 0, D. Nortz 3, Thompson 0, Yount 11.

WALLACE — Tesky 11, Farkas 0, Hogamier 12, Jaramillo 0, Bailey 15, Denson 10, Hull 4, Hammerberg 2.

• GIRLS BASKETBALL

Bonners Ferry 63

Priest River 48

ST. MARIES — The host Lumberjacks trailed by 25 points early in the second half, then rallied to within 12 with 3 ½ minutes left in the nonleague loss to the Badgers.

Freshman Asha Abubakari scored 13 of her game-high 17 points in the first half for Bonners Ferry, and teammate Holly Ansley scored nine of her 14 in the first two quarters. The Badgers scored the first six points of the second half to lead 42-17.

“They badly outrebounded us in the first half, and we had to be close to 20 turnovers in the first half,” St. Maries coach Gary Krumheuer said. “They just pounded us on the boards in the first half. We toughened up a little bit in the second half.”

Jenna Holder scored 12 points to lead St. Maries (2-3), which opens Central Idaho League play next Friday at home vs. Orofino.

Bonners Ferry 16 20 16 11 — 63

St. Maries 8 9 15 16 — 48

BONNERS FERRY — Villaluz 2, Sa. Hill 2, Bayer 7, Bliss 0, Blackmore 5, Abubakari 17, Ansley 14, Si. Hill 11, Sumpter 0, Pinkerton 5.

ST. MARIES — Sines 4, Janssen 0, Badgett 7, McGreal 0, Christensen 4, Rimel 7, Chappell 0, Watkins 1, Mitchell 3, Holder 12, Miller 2, Hammond 8.