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PREP BOYS BASKETBALL: Spotted Horse leads Lakeside to bounceback victory

| December 13, 2020 1:15 AM

SPIRIT LAKE — Kenyon Spotted Horse scored 20 points and was one of three Lakeside players in double figures, and the Knights bounced back from their first loss since the 2018-19 season with a 60-36 win over the Timberlake Tigers in nonleague play on Saturday night.

“He was consistent throughout the game,” Timberlake coach Mike Menti said of Spotted Horse. “He was tough tonight. We just couldn’t get it going and had 15 or 16 turnovers in the first half and had some bad, dumb passes. Lakeside likes to run and got a lot of points off their transition game. We need to do a better job of not staring at the ball and keeping up with them.”

Jayson Hall had 13 points, Vander Brown 12 for Lakeside (2-1), which travels to Clark Fork on Tuesday.

The Knights had their 25-game winning streak snapped Thursday with a 51-40 loss at St. Maries.

Zach Yetter scored 16 of his team-high 18 points in the second half for Timberlake (1-4), which travels to Moscow on Wednesday.

Lakeside 17 18 18 7 — 60

Timberlake 4 6 14 12 — 36

LAKESIDE — Brown 12, Higgins 7, SiJohn 1, Q. Hall 5, J. Hall 13, Spotted Horse 20, Louie 0, Matt 2.

TIMBERLAKE — Riley 6, Paslay 2, Yetter 18, Millsap 0, Antone 2, Higgins 5, Menti 1, Simpson 0, Swensen 2.

Lewiston JV 57

Wallace 30

LEWISTON — Carter Bailey scored 13 points for the Miners in a loss to the Bengals junior varsity at Lewiston High.

Brad Tesky scored 10 points for Wallace (0-5), which hosts Bonners Ferry on Tuesday.

Michael Wren scored 15 points for the Lewiston JV.

Wallace 6 12 7 5 — 30

Lewiston JV 14 20 12 11 — 57

WALLACE — Tesky 10, Farkas 0, Hogamier 3, Bailey 13, Morin 0, Denson 4, Hull 0, Hammerberg 0.

LEWISTON JV — Way 9, Paulucci 4, Wren 15, Bensching 6, Ricard 4, Lawrence 2, Knewbow 5, Mader 8, King 0, Dotson 4.

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Post Falls frosh 57

Mullan 18

POST FALLS — Isaac Ziegler scored 13 points for the Trojan freshmen in a win over the Tigers late Friday at The Arena.

“Post Falls played very well tonight and we did not,” Mullan coach Paul Elston said. “I did not have my team ready to play and that’s on me. I credit Post Falls, they took advantage of our mistakes.”

Luke Trogden scored 12 points for Mullan (2-1), which plays at the Lakeside JV on Thursday.

Jamison Khawar scored nine points for the Post Falls freshmen, which host Clark Fork on Thursday.

Mullan 8 6 2 2 — 18

Post Falls frosh 17 18 11 12 — 57

MULLAN — R. Trogden 2, L. Trogden 12, Nelson 2, Layton 0, A. Zingler 0, S. Petit 2, T. Zingler 0, L. Petit 0, Haning 0, A. Trogden 0.

POST FALLS FRESHMEN — Wolfe 6, Anderson 5, Rutherford 8, Burns 1, Campbell 4, Crane 6, Ostlund 5, Khawar 9, Ziegler 13.