PREP ROUNDUP: Pritchard, Howard lift Lumberjacks past Tigers

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Lake City defenders Dylan Brum (25) and Brayden Sundstrom jar the ball loose out of Kyle Clary’s hands in Wednesday night’s game against Moscow. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

• BOYS BASKETBALL

SPIRIT LAKE — Jackson Pritchard hit four 3-pointers in the first half, Daniel Howard scored a team-high 17 points and the St. Maries Lumberjacks held off the Timberlake Tigers 57-51 in a nonleague game on Wednesday night.

“It was a good game,” Timberlake coach Mike Menti said. “St. Maries was hot from the free-throw line and Pritchard hit four 3-pointers in the first half, and we didn’t really recover after that.”

Jacob James scored 19 points for Timberlake (1-3), which hosts Sandpoint tonight.

St. Maries (3-0) visits Wallace on Friday.

St. Maries 14 16 8 19 — 57

Timberlake 8 15 11 17 — 51

ST. MARIES — Hill 0, Pritchard 14, Nelson 0, Lohman 5, Sands 5, Gibson 10, Hammond 6, Howard 17.

TIMBERLAKE — Wilfong 5, Meijerink 0, Cramer 2, Kluss 6, McDonald 0, James 19, Kistler 9, Gardom 8, Dickinson 2.

Moscow 52

Lake City 38

COEUR d’ALENE — Gabe Quinnett scored 22 points to lead the Bears past the Timberwolves in a nonleague game.

Dylan Brum scored 15 points, Josh Stellflug and Nathan Spellman had six rebounds each for Lake City (0-3), which plays at North Central next Friday.

Moscow 6 8 19 19 — 52

Lake City 5 10 11 12 — 38

MOSCOW — Decker 7, Makason 2, Quinnett 22, Rauch-Edwards 1, Skinner 2, Postell 12, Kitchel 6.

LAKE CITY — Stellflug 7, Janke 0, Kiesbuy 7, Spellman 1, Irvin 2, Hanson 3, Sundstrom 3, Brum 15.

Kootenai 58

Kellogg JV 27

KELLOGG — Triston Usdrowski scored 34 points for the Warriors in a victory over the Wildcats junior varsity at Andrews Gymnasium.

“He just couldn’t miss for a while,” said Kootenai coach Mike Maitland of Usdrowski, who shot 15-of-24 from the field. “He had a great game and the other boys were getting him the ball. It was really fun to watch.”

Kootenai (2-0) hosts Deary on Friday.

Kootenai 13 25 12 8 — 58

Kellogg 6 7 6 8 — 27

KOOTENAI — Little 0, Brewster 0, Maitland 11, J. Usdrowski 7, Vawter 0, Renner 4, T. Usdrowski 34, Ausman 2.

KELLOGG JV — Bristow 0, Rauenhorst 1, Taylor 5, Miller 0, Groves 4, Plue 3, Frohlich 11, Walker 0, Doerschel 3.

Mullan 47

Clark Fork 44

ALBERTON, Mont. — Riley Trogden hit two free throws with 7.3 seconds remaining, scoring 30 points to lead the Tigers past a co-op between Superior and Alberton High late Tuesday.

Mullan (1-3) hosts the Lake City freshmen team tonight at 6:30 at the Mullan Pavilion.

• GIRLS BASKETBALL

Lake City 63

Moscow 42

COEUR d’ALENE — Aubrey Avery and Chloe Teets hit five of the Timberwolves six 3-point field goals in the first quarter in a nonleague win over the Bears.

Brooklyn Rewers scored 20 points, Klaire Mitchell and Dejah Wilson had four assists each, and Bridget Rieken had six points, eight rebounds and five steals for Lake City (5-2), which travels to North Central on Dec. 14.

Hannah Broyles scored 23 points for Moscow (3-3).

Moscow 3 16 7 16 — 42

Lake City 25 15 11 11 — 63

MOSCOW — M. Watson 7, Rauch 2, Broyles 23, Verlin 0, Claus 0, P. Watson 3, Anderson 0, Baker 0, Pilcher 3, Jung 4, Hanson 0.

LAKE CITY — Pickford 1, Avery 14, Muehlhausen 8, Mitchell 3, Teets 6, Rieken 6, Miller 0, Wilson 5, Rewers 20, Jenkins 0, Hawkins 0.

Gonzaga Prep 57

Post Falls 37

SPOKANE — Bailey “Bubba” Gleaves scored all 12 of her team-high points in the first half for the Trojans in a nonleague loss to the Bullpups.

Post Falls (2-5) travels to Mt. Spokane on Friday.

Post Falls 17 8 9 3 — 37

Gonzaga Prep 12 18 12 15 — 57

POST FALLS — Johnson 2, Blake 2, Gardiner 2, Gleaves 12, Smith 3, LaFountaine 0, Faulkner 9, Lovett 3, Carpenter 4.

GONZAGA PREP — Hammon 13, Dercay 3, Decker 8, Howlett 9, Gardner 16, Ro. Cusack 2, Finney 4, Ri. Cusack 2.

• WRESTLING

T-Wolves sweep; set for Post Falls tonight

SPOKANE VALLEY — Lake City beat East Valley 63-18, then downed West Valley 47-26 in a pair of duals.

Match results from the West Valley match were unavailable.

Lake City hosts Post Falls tonight.

LAKE CITY 63, EAST VALLEY 18

106 — Caden Hess, LC, by forfeit. 113 — Ryley Jurado, LC, by forfeit. 120 — Devin Sorrelle, LC, p. Austin Stutzke, 1:03. 126 — Nate Garner, LC, p. Chase Weidmer, 1:05. 132 — Brennon McDermott, EV, p. Ricky Thomas, 1:15. 138 — Avery Sundheim, p. Chase Richardson, 3:00. 145 — Jacob Kessinger, EV, p. Kaleb Strickler, :47. 152 — Porter Howard, LC, d. Skylar Richardson, 10-3. 160 — Seth Nutting, LC, p. Bodie Bedow, 2:14. 170 — Matthew Whitcomb, by forfeit. 182 — Zane Monaghan, LC, p. Dominique Carrillo, 1:22. 195 — Shean Hodge, LC, p. Devren Hautala, :36. 220 — Connor Dremann, LC, by forfeit. 285 — Owen Hughes, LC, p. Jacob Halvorsen, 1:30.

Timberlake 46

Moscow 30

MOSCOW — Freshmen Trevor Cady (285 pounds), Grady Woodworth (120) and Nicky Follini (113) made quite the impression in their first taste of varsity wrestling for the Tigers at Bear Den.

The trio picked up wins, with Cady winning via pin as the Tigers beat the Bears in their season opener.

“It was kind of nice,” Timberlake coach Kelly Amos said. “We’ve got a team that has a nice group of juniors, but our freshmen sealed the dual for us. For them to step in, and wrestle well, it was nice to see. We were giving up some weights, but it was nice for them to step up and fill in the point gap with guys out of the lineup.”

Timberlake competes in the George Wild Invitational this weekend.

132 — Ethan Jerome, TL, p. Nathaniel Blaker, 3:56. 138 — Jakob O’Hanlan, TL, p. Eli Lyon, 1:07. 145 — Louis Powell, TL, md. Sam Caisley, 14-4. 152 — Caleb Miller, TL, d. Dallin Lassen, injury time. 160 — Jacob Bracken, Mos, p. Gavin Fuller, 3:22. 170 — Britton Needham, Mos, by forfeit. 182 — Joey Follini, TL, d. Cameron Stinebaugh, 5:40. 195 — Aaron Nickerson, Mos, by forfeit. 220 — Logan Kearney, Mos, p. Joseph Scofield, 3:41. 285 — Trevor Cady, TL, p. AJ Fahey, 2:21. 98 — Kai Reynolds, Mos, by forfeit. 106 — double forfeit. 113 — Nicky Follini, TL, d. Jack Bales, 15-9. 120 — Grady Woodworth, TL, d. Calvin Pfund, 14-9. 126 — Isaiah Evans, TL, p. Andrew Stone, :28.

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