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PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL: Simpson sparks Timberlake past West Valley

| November 29, 2023 1:20 AM

SPOKANE VALLEY — Junior Lucy Simpson scored six of her team-high eight points in the second quarter for the Timberlake Tigers in a 48-22 nonleague win over the West Valley Eagles on Tuesday.

Morgan Dickinson and Payton Young had seven points each for Timberlake (3-0), which is scheduled to travel to Sandpoint on Thursday, then play at North Central on Friday.

“The girls shared the ball really well and did a good job defensively,” said Timberlake coach Matt Miller, whose team limited West Valley to 5-of-39 shooting. “We just did a good job of making the shots tough and rebounding tonight.”

Chloe DeHaro scored eight points for West Valley (0-1).

Timberlake    13    16    10    9    —    48

West Valley    7    6    8    1    —    22

TIMBERLAKE — Soumas 2, Dickinson 7, Young 7, Nelson 6, MacArthur 6, Simpson 8, Needs 6, McKellips 6.

WEST VALLEY — DeHaro 8, Kappen 0, Spunich 1, McIntyre 1, Burrill 7, Adamson 2, Ordinario 3, Osborn 0, Kaempfer 0.

Central Valley 56

Post Falls 44

SPOKANE VALLEY — A slow start, coupled with missed opportunities in the third quarter stymied the Trojans in a loss to the Bears.

Brooklynn Brennan scored 16 points, Kailey Walton 13 for Post Falls (1-4). Letti Asper added 10 points and nine rebounds for the Trojans.

“We came out flat, they came out in a press, and we kicked ourselves by turning the ball over,” Post Falls coach Brian Hall said. 

Down by 14 points at the half, the Trojans then missed two layups and a couple put-backs early in the third quarter, or “it’s a whole different ball game,” Hall said.

“Turnovers in the first half, and they outrebounded us in the game,” he added.

Junior Eden Sander scored 20 points for CV in its season opener.

Post Falls plays host to Rocky Mountain of Meridian, last year’s state 5A runners-up, on Thursday, the first of three games in three days vs. Boise-area schools.

Post Falls    11    11    6    16    —    44

Central Valley     22    14    10    10    —     56

POST FALLS — McLean 3, Hollenbeck 2, Brennan 16, Asper 10, Walton 13, Mitley 0, Nipp-Berger 0, Allen 0, Frantz 0.

CENTRAL VALLEY — Lamphere 8, Harnett 0, Sander 20, Henry 5, Mendenhall 0, Parker 0, Gosney 0, Domebo 11, Wilson 7, Bradford 0.

Wallace 55

St. Maries 37

ST. MARIES — Britany Phillips scored 10 of her game-high 25 points in the third quarter for the Miners in a nonleague win over the Lumberjacks.

Tia Hendrick scored 11 points for Wallace (3-0), which finished 19 of 28 from the free-throw line.

Freshman Raevyn Yearout had 12 points and six rebounds for St. Maries (1-3), which travels to Troy on Thursday.

“She’s been getting better and better as we go,” St. Maries coach Gary Krumheuer said. “She made some freshman mistakes, but played really well for us. She really got after it tonight.”

Wallace travels to East Valley on Friday.

Wallace    10    18    15    12    —    55

St. Maries    8    3    11    15    —    37

WALLACE — Birdsell 7, Striker 0, Lewis 1, Hasz 5, Wood 4, Br. Phillips 25, Be. Phillips 2, Hendrick 11.

ST. MARIES — Elliott 3, Thomas 2, Martin 0, R. Yearout 12, Sindt 2, Janssen 9, Sloper 0, M. Yearout 0, Linnemeyer 3.

Lakeside 59

Clark Fork 16

CLARK FORK — Martina Rivera had 22 points, nine rebounds and five steals for the Knights in a nonleague win over the Wampus Cats.

Kyleigh Wolfe had 18 points, nine assists and three steals for Lakeside (1-2), which hosts North Idaho Christian next Tuesday.

Lily Reuter scored eight points for Clark Fork (1-1).

Lakeside    18    22    11    8    —    59

Clark Fork    0    3    9    4    —    16

LAKESIDE — Rivera 22, Wolfe 18, Nomee 8, Lowley 4, Lambert 2, Pluff 2, Gorr 2, Wienclaw 1.

CLARK FORK — Reuter 8, Shelton 4, Printz-Hay 4, Matteson 0, Scarlett 0, Herrick 0.

Lake City JV 50

Genesis Prep 37

POST FALLS — Presley Fagan scored 13 of her 18 points in the second half as the Timberwolf junior varsity downed the Jaguars varsity at The Courts at Real Life.

Katie Yount scored 16 points for Genesis Prep (2-2), which returns to action Friday at the Post Falls ‘C’ team.

Lake City JV    8    3    19    17    —    50

Genesis Prep     7    4    17    7    —    37

LAKE CITY JV — Chavez 2, Baltzell 0, Mad. Zimmerman 8, Hiltenbrand 7, Pearson 8, Fagan 18, Brouse 0, Anaya 0, Schroeder 1, Phillips 0, Mac. Zimmerman 3.

GENESIS PREP — S. Martin 0, Covey 1, E. Martin 2, Nelke 2, Williams 6, Yount 16, Lawler 8.

N.I. Christian 56

The Oaks 30

LIBERTY LAKE — Danica Kelly had 12 points, 10 steals and six steals for the Royals in a win over The Oaks in a Mountain Christian League game at the HUB Sports Center.

Symone Pilgrim had 10 rebounds and six steals, Chelsey Cate had 10 rebounds, seven points and three blocked shots for North Idaho Christian (5-0, 1-0 MCL), which faces the Spokane Athletic Co-Op on Thursday at the HUB Sports Center in Liberty Lake.

Sammy Palpant scored 14 points for The Oaks.

The Oaks    8    5    8    9    —    30

N.I. Christian    11    15    18    12    —    56

THE OAKS — Doster 0, Ott 5, Dowers 2, Steveris 5, Love 1, McEachren 3, Palpant 14, Prach 0.

NORTH IDAHO CHRISTIAN — Hodson 6, Peterson 10, Cate 7, Kelly 12, Collins 3, S. Pilgrim 4, Sanwald 8, Y. Pilgrim 0, Brotherton 2, Benoit 1, Salaiz 3.