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PREP ROUNDUP: Timberlake girls top Lakeland again

| February 3, 2023 1:15 AM

• GIRLS BASKETBALL

RATHDRUM — Timberlake opened the season with a four-point win against visiting Lakeland on Nov. 17.

On Thursday, the Tigers caught their district rivals again behind freshman Malia Miller’s 21 points in a 43-40 win over the Hawks at Hawk Court.

“Malia is an impressive player for a freshman,” Lakeland coach Tyrel Derrick said. “She’s still able to get her shots and looks at the basket when she’s the one being keyed on. She got the basket and made some nice plays.”

Miller scored seven of Timberlake’s 13 points to rally from a 22-21 halftime deficit.

“She’s one of the players that gets them going,” Derrick said. “You can’t rattle her. The pressure goes up, and she just doesn’t get rattled. She’s a lot of fun to watch.”

Lila Kiefer scored 10 points, Karstyn Kiefer nine for Lakeland (10-8), which hosts Moscow in a loser-out game in the 4A Region 1 tournament on Monday at 6 p.m.

“It was a good game for our girls to learn from,” Derrick said. “Timberlake just does a good job of being calm, cool and collected.”

Timberlake (18-2) hosts Bonners Ferry in Game 1 of a best-of-3 3A District 1 tournament on Monday at 7 p.m.

Timberlake 7 14 13 9 — 43

Lakeland 14 8 8 10 — 40

TIMBERLAKE — Dickinson 4, Young 2, Nelson 5, MacArthur 3, Simpson 0, Needs 8, Miller 21, Chase 0.

LAKELAND — L. Simon 8, K. Kiefer 9, Munyer 3, Knowles 0, Gallus 0, Holte 0, K. Simon 4, L. Kiefer 10, Sterling 6.

St. Maries 42

Priest River 13

ST. MARIES — Stacie Mitchell and Taci Watkins each had double-doubles as the Lumberjacks downed the Spartans in the regular season finale for both teams.

Mitchell had 15 points and 17 rebounds, and Watkins had 10 points and 11 boards for St. Maries (9-10).

Priest River, operating as a 2A independent in basketball this year because it opted not to play all the teams in the Central Idaho League for travel reasons, is 2-13.

Priest River travels to St. Maries on Saturday at 1 p.m. in a loser-out game to begin the 2A District 1-2 tournament.

Priest River 4 3 3 3 — 13

St. Maries 12 8 12 10 — 42

PRIEST RIVER — Marinello 1, Pound 2, Thompson 0, Duquette 0, Humphrey 5, Yount 0, McCracken 5, Kingery 0, Jensen 0, Coleman 0.

ST. MARIES — McGreal 4, Sexton 4, Spray 0, Watkins 10, Mitchell 15, Sindt 3, Janssen 4, Baird 0, Sloper 0, Linnemeyer 0, Lockridge 2, Elliott 0.

Wallace 49

Mullan 27

WALLACE — Kylee Phillips scored 15 of her 18 points in the first half as the host Miners jumped out to a 38-6 halftime lead en route to the nonleague victory over the Tigers at Kirby Krulitz Court.

Britany Phillips added 12 points for Wallace (13-6).

Jazzmyn Nelson scored a game-high 19 points for Mullan (8-7).

Wallace plays Genesis Prep on Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. at North Idaho College in the semifinals of the 1A Division I District 1 tournament.

Mullan wraps up the regular season tonight at Lakeside at 5:30.

Mullan 6 0 10 11 ‚ 27

Wallace 15 23 7 4 — 49

MULLAN — Lowman 0, Nelson 19, Garitone 0, Blankenship 0, Petit 2, Charvez 4, Frazier 2.

WALLACE — Birdsell 5, S. Berry 2, Lewis 0, K. Phillips 18, Johnson 0, Br. Phillips 12, O. Berry 0, Hasz 0, Hull 4, Be. Phillips 8, Hendrick 0.

Sandpoint 64

Kellogg 30

SANDPOINT — The Bulldogs (15-5) closed the regular season with a nonleague win over the Wildcats (8-12) at Les Rogers Court.

• WRESTLING

Lake City 55

Moscow 15

COEUR d’ALENE — Technically speaking, Timberwolf seniors Zach Macdonald, Blaine Leonard and Jackson Duva are focused for a long run in the postseason.

Macdonald won by technical fall at 120 pounds, as did Duva at 132 and Leonard notched a pin in 59 seconds, leading the Timberwolves to a win.

“They all performed just how I’d expect,” said Lake City coach Corey Owen, whose team received six forfeits on senior night. “Caden has been really dangerous from that top position. He was able to get a takedown, then a few more finished the match. He’s put in a lot of work and it’s paying off in that position.”

Macdonald and Leonard advanced to the finals at the North Idaho Rumble last weekend, with Macdonald winning at 120 and Leonard finishing runner-up.

“Both Zach and Blaine were super dominant,” Owen said. “Those two are trending in the right direction and continued on that path tonight.”

Lake City travels to Sandpoint on Tuesday.

145 — Caden Dutra, LC, d. Cameron Vogl, 10-5. 152 — James Greene, Mos, d. Nathan Booth, 4-1. 160 — Diego Deaton, Mos, by forfeit. 170 — Landon Moore, LC, by forfeit. 182 — Garrett Leonard, LC, by forfeit. 195 — Sebastian Mosman, LC, by forfeit. 220 — Clifford Eddington, LC, by forfeit. 285 — Erik James, LC, by forfeit. 98 — double forfeit. 106 — Jacob Werner, LC, by forfeit. 113 — double forfeit. 120 — Zach Macdonald, LC, tf. Alex Palmer, 17-2. 126 — Jason Swam, Mos, p. Brycen Duboise, 2:39. 132 — Jackson Duva, LC, tf. Sam Young, 15-0. 138 — Blaine Leonard, LC, p. Logan Tompkins, :59.

Kellogg 44

Timberlake 18

SPIRIT LAKE — The visiting Wildcats won four matches by pin to beat the Tigers at Timberlake High.

Chase Scribner (106 pounds), Kolter Wood (126), Brady Vergobbi (152) and Jayce Garcia (160) notched wins for Kellogg, which also had two wins via forfeit.

Wyatt Carey (98), Stryker Huston (120) and Isaiah Schultz (220) had pins for Timberlake.

Both teams will compete in the Conrad Garner Invitational today and Saturday at Bonners Ferry High.

98 — Wyatt Carey, TL, p. Aiden Figueroa, :41. 106 — Chase Scribner, Kell, p. Owen Zahnow, 1:37. 113 — double forfeit. 120 — Stryker Huston, TL, p. Treven Bush, 3:50. 126 — Kolter Wood, Kell, p. Ayden Meehan, 1:23. 132 — Kolby Lemmon, Kell, d. Cayden Knight, 16-14. 138 — Jaeger Hall, Kell, tf. Cole Hanely, 17-2. 145 — Andrew Lewis, Kell, d. Jacob Howell, 10-3. 152 — Brady Vergobbi, Kell, p. Jonathan Hansen, 3:16. 160 — Jayce Garcia, Kell, p. Casey Berbig, 1:20. 170 — Ramsey Rainio, Kell, d. Luke Schell, 4-3. 182 — double forfeit. 195 — Tanner Lee, Kell, by forfeit. 220 — Isaiah Schultz, TL, p. Kyle VanVleet, :59. 285 — Russell Fields, Kell, by forfeit.

• BOYS BASKETBALL

Pullman Christian 68

Christian Center 65, OT

PULLMAN, Wash. — Colton Smith had 26 points and 14 rebounds for the Lions in a Mountain Christian League loss to the Eagles.

Micah Jones scored 14 points and Anthony Mametieff had 11 points and three rebounds for Christian Center (7-11, 6-8 MCL), which faces Kootenai Thunder at the HUB Sports Center in Liberty Lake on Monday.

Paul Cimijotti scored 21 points for Pullman Christian.

Christian Center 12 7 22 19 5 — 65

Pullman Christian 23 13 14 10 8 — 68

CHRISTIAN CENTER — Smith 26, Jones 11, Wymer 0, Tesky 7, C. McWhorter 1, May 4, Mammentiff 11, Sears 5.

PULLMAN CHRISTIAN — Cimijotti 21, Hathaway 12, Gleason 0, Nelson 0, Fotofili 0, J. Fitzgerald 13, Olson 8, L. Fitzgerald 14, Brown 0.