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PREP ROUNDUP: Kiefer powers Lakeland past Moscow in IEL matchup

| December 6, 2020 1:15 AM

• GIRLS BASKETBALL

RATHDRUM — Junior Addie Kiefer scored 14 of her game-high 17 points in the first half as the Lakeland Hawks beat the Moscow Bears 48-29 in an Inland Empire League matchup of 4A teams Saturday at Hawk Court.

The 5-foot-10 Kiefer also had 13 rebounds for Lakeland (2-2, 1-1 IEL).

“She’s shown that capability (for scoring),” Lakeland coach Steve Seymour said. “That’s what we’ve seen in practice.”

Katy Ryan had 16 points, 10 rebounds, four assists and three steals for the Hawks, who held Moscow (0-2, 0-2) to 10 first-half points. Kenna Simon added six points and eight boards.

“In the first half we played really solid team defense,” Seymour said. “We had a little bit of a letdown in the second half, and took our foot off the gas.”

Junior Ellie Gray scored 11 of her 14 points in the second half for Moscow.

Lakeland plays host to Bonners Ferry on Tuesday.

Moscow 7 3 7 12 — 29

Lakeland 10 15 15 8 — 48

MOSCOW — Heyns 5, Gray 14, Nauman 0, E. Anderson 2, Craig 0, Ceron 0, Berg 4, Leituala 0, Mastro 0, Knott 0, M. Anderson 4.

LAKELAND — Sterling 8, Thomson 0, Neff 0, Hostetler 0, Ryan 16, Simon 6, Woempner 1, A. Kiefer 17, L. Kiefer 0.

Sandpoint 43

Lewiston 38

LEWISTON — Senior Kaylee Banks knocked down seven free throws in the final minute to push the Bulldogs past the Bengals in an Inland Empire League game at Lewiston High.

“They gutted one out and I think that speaks a lot to the character of this group,” Sandpoint coach Will Love said. “To come down to Lewiston and get a win, that doesn’t happen very often. In all of my time coaching boys and girls, I’ve never been a part of a team that has won down here, so I’m just really happy for the girls, because they’re the ones that have really put in a lot of hard work.”

Banks finished with 15 points and three steals for Sandpoint (1-3, 1-1 IEL), which hosts Kellogg on Tuesday.

Lewiston is 1-2, 0-2.

Sandpoint 11 9 7 16 — 43

Lewiston 7 9 9 13 — 38

SANDPOINT — K. Cessna 6, Driggs 1, Lyons 0, R. Cessna 0, Phillips 4, Kar. Banks 4, Larson 12, Platte 0, Kay. Banks 16.

LEWISTON — Collins 3, U’Ren 0, Foss 12, Hill 1, Bursch 0. Barney 7, Ortiz 4, McRoberts 2, Taylor 8.

Nezperce 46

Mullan 41 (OT)

NEZPERCE — Linsay Waters scored on an assist from Jazzmyn Nelson to force overtime for the Tigers, who came up short to the Indians.

Talowa Fallingwater scored 16 points for Mullan (1-3), which hosts Genesis Prep on Tuesday.

Jillian Lux and Kayden Sanders scored 10 points each for Nezperce.

Mullan 7 6 10 16 2 — 41

Nezperce 7 14 10 8 7 — 46

MULLAN — Waters 7, Haig 0, Nelson 4, Fallingwater 16, Charvez 1, Frazier 5, Dykes 10.

NEZPERCE — Horton 0, Branson 8, Orndorff 0, Duuck 4, Lux 10, G. Tiegs 2, Zenner 10, F. Tiegs 0, Sanders 10, Wemhoff 2.

• BOYS BASKETBALL

Kellogg 67

Priest River 44

WALLACE — Logan Jerome scored 16 of his game-high 21 points in the first half for the Wildcats in a win over the Spartans in the championship game of the Silver Valley Tournament at Kirby Krulitz Court.

“Defensively, we had another really good performance,” said Kellogg coach Mike Martin, whose team beat the Post Falls JV 50-23 on Friday. “It was a pretty good effort across the board from our guys. It always feels good to win that tournament, and get to see what a league game is going to look like going forward.”

Luke Frohlich had 15 points and 17 rebounds for Kellogg (2-1), which travels to Sandpoint on Tuesday.

Trentyn Kreager scored 17 points for Priest River (2-1), which hosts the Post Falls JV on Tuesday.

Priest River 12 4 12 16 — 44

Kellogg 20 17 18 12 — 67

PRIEST RIVER — Mathews 2, Butler 2, J. Nortz 8, Kreager 17, Marmello 0, Berns 0, D. Nortz 5, Thompson 0, Johnson 0, Yount 10.

KELLOGG — Miller 0, R. Luna 4, K. Luna 8, McLean 4, Groves 6, Maciosek 0, Froelich 15, Walker 4, Jerome 21, Hoffman 5.

Lewiston 74

Timberlake 39

SPIRIT LAKE — Zach Yetter scored 15 points for the 3A Tigers in a loss to the 5A Bengals.

Joel Mullikin scored 10 of his game-high 18 points in the third quarter for Lewiston (2-0).

“They were able to get a lot of second chance points,” Timberlake coach Mike Menti said. “Their size and depth really hurt us tonight. We’ve just got to continue to get better.”

Timberlake (0-3) hosts Genesis Prep on Tuesday.

Lewiston 21 15 30 8 — 74

Timberlake 12 7 12 8 — 39

LEWISTON — Eke 14, McKarcher 14, Way 0, Mullikin 18, Hottinger 2, B. Forsman 7, White 5, Goeckner 7, G. Forsmann 7.

TIMBERLAKE — Olivieri 5, Riley 6, Tay. Menti 4, Paslay 2, Yetter 15, Millsap 3, Antone 0, Higgins 3, Tan. Menti 1, Simpson 0.

St. Maries 60

Genesis Prep 22

POST FALLS — Tristan Gentry scored 16 points — in including 12 of the first 23 — four rebounds and two steals for the Lumberjacks in a win over the Jaguars at The Courts at Real Life.

Greyson Sands added 11 points for St. Maries (2-0), which hosts Lakeside on Thursday.

Nathan Weeks scored 11 points for Genesis Prep (1-1), which plays at Timberlake on Tuesday.

St. Maries 21 15 18 6 — 60

Genesis Prep 0 11 7 4 — 22

ST. MARIES — Sands 11, Wolfe 0, Ross 7, Becktel 4, Badgett 1, Gentry 16, Stancil 3, Elliott 3, Gibson 4, T. Renner 0, Ledbetter 0, C. Renner 6, HIll 0, Wicks 2.

GENESIS PREP — Daniels 4, Schroeder 0, Weeks 11, McLuskie 3, Gonzales 2, Showder 0, Rubert 0, Shin 2, Specht 2.

Post Falls JV 68

Wallace 30

WALLACE — Neil McCarthy scored 15 points for the Trojans junior varsity in a win over the Miners in the consolation game of the Silver Valley Tournament at Kirby Krulitz Court.

Langan Naylor scored 14 points, Cole Cooper six points, 10 rebounds and four steals and Jordan Summers eight rebounds for the Post Falls JV.

“Our defense did a good job of holding them to one shot,” Post Falls JV coach Brian Carlson said. “We moved the ball really well and had 17 assists as a team. We’re sharing the ball really well and looking for the open teammate. We’re still a young team and going to keep getting better each day.”

Post Falls JV (1-2) travels to Priest River on Tuesday.

Carter Bailey scored 15 points for Wallace (0-3), which travels to Orofino on Friday.

Post Falls JV 17 23 17 11 — 68

Wallace 2 10 8 10 — 30

POST FALLS JV — Smith 6, Naylor 14, Shields 9, McCarthy 15, Tebbe 8, Jacobson 2, Bowie 4, Gunderson 0, Craig 0, Butler 2, Cooper 6, Summers 2.

WALLACE — Goldade 0, Tesky 0, Farkas 0, Hogamier 5, Allison 0, Jaramillo 0, Bailey 15, Denson 10, Hull 0, Hammerberg 0.

Mullan 46

Nezperce 39

NEZPERCE — Riley Trogden had 16 points, 14 rebounds and nine blocked shots for the Tigers in a win over the Indians.

“Riley really anchored the middle for us tonight,” Mullan coach Paul Elston said. “He did a good job of grabbing some rebounds when we needed them. We got into some foul trouble, and he really helped us survive it. Nezperce plays hard. It was kind of a defensive battle tonight.”

Luke Trogden scored 22 points for Mullan (2-0), which plays at the Post Falls freshmen team on Friday.

Jared Cronce scored 13 points for Nezperce.

Mullan 12 9 9 16 — 46

Nezperce 12 8 6 13 — 39

MULLAN — R. Trogden 16, L. Trogden 22, Nelson 6, Layton 2, Lowman 0, Pettit 0, Zingler 0, L. Pettit 0, A. Zingler 0, Haning 0, A. Trogden 0.

NEZPERCE — Seiler 6, Jared Cronce 13, Zenner 9, Johnson 8, Douglas 3, Nelson 0, Danner 0, Kirkland 0.

• WRESTLING

Trojans edge Jerome

to win Buck’s Bags

duals tourney

IDAHO FALLS — Roddy Romero (120/126 pounds), Lane Reardon (145), Taylor Cook (220) and Isaiah Laguna (195) finished the weekend unbeaten for Post Falls, which captured the Buck’s Bags duals tournament championship at Thunder Ridge High.

Post Falls beat Jerome 39-34 in the championship dual on Saturday after beating Century High of Pocatello 60-27 in a semifinal dual earlier in the day.

“Our kids wrestled really well,” Post Falls coach Pete Reardon said. “I was really pleased with their effort and attitude the entire weekend. We saw some things we need to work on and improve on, but we’re proud of how the kids are wrestling right now.”

Post Falls is scheduled to host Lewiston on Thursday.

CHAMPIONSHIP DUAL

POST FALLS 39, JEROME 34

98 — Zack Campbell, PF, by forfeit. 106 — Tyson Barnhart, PF, d. Kaiden Rubash, 9-6. 113 — Dallin Wellard, Jer, md. Keaton Corbin, 10-0. 120 — Roddy Romero, PF, d. Jordan Fisher, 3-0. 126 — Eli Espino, Jer, p. Avery McSpadden, 4:51. 132 — Gabriel Taboa, Jer, d. Ryan Graves, 9-3. 138 — Alex Austin, PF, p. Alex Gaver, 2:58. 145 — Lane Reardon, PF, p. Matthew Hess, :55. 152 — Ryland Turner, Jer, p. Andy Wallace, 3:08. 160 — Ethan Miller, PF, p. Levi Lockett, 3:31. 170 — Jacob Wallace, Jer, p. Jose Laguna, 5:52. 182 — Nathan Parsons, Jer, p. Trevor Miller, 2:39. 195 — Isaiah Laguna, PF, p. Robby Ortega, 1:50. 220 — Tyler Cook, PF, d. Porter Wright, 4-2. 285 — Mark Larsen, Jer, d. Austin Portner, 7-6.

SEMIFINAL DUAL

POST FALLS 60, CENTURY 27

120 — Roddy Romero, PF, p. Austin Leavitt, 1:36. 126 — Avery McSpadden, PF, p. Dillon Turner, 3:15. 132 — Ryan Graves, PF, p. Aizik Hensley, 3:01. 138 — Xander Thompson, Cent, p. Alex Austin, 3:09. 145 — Lane Reardon, PF, p. Collin Mason, :37. 152 — Andy Wallace, PF, p. James Laudenklos, 2:46. 160 — Canyon Mansfield, Cent, d. Ethan Miller, 13-6. 170 — Jose Laguna, PF, by forfeit. 182 — Easton Millward, Cent, p. Trevor Miller, 1:04. 195 — Isaiah Laguna, PF, p. Marcus Lee, 5:46. 220 — Tyler Cook, PF, p. Michael Houghton, 1:50. 285 — Gerardo Duran, Cent, p. Austin Portner, 5:28. 98 — Zack Campbell, PF, by forfeit. 106 — Tyson Barnhart, PF, by forfeit. 113 — Devyn Greenland, Cent, p. Keaton Corbin, 2:33.