PREP BOYS BASKETBALL: Kellogg overtakes St. Maries in Brawl for the Ball spirit game

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ST. MARIES — St. Maries had the momentum after the first quarter in the annual Brawl for the Ball spirit game against visiting Kellogg after the first quarter.

The Wildcats took it, and didn’t give it back, erasing an early deficit for a 57-37 win at St. Maries High. The Lumberjacks won the Ball.

Coleman Ross scored 11 points for St. Maries (7-4), which led 19-14 after the first quarter before losing starting center Tristan Gentry to a concussion in the second quarter and scoring 18 points the rest of the game.

“We got off to a great start and had a great first quarter,” St. Maries coach Bryan Chase said. “After our center got hurt, the momentum changed quickly, and we never quite recovered. We didn’t do a good job of rebounding or taking care of the basketball. We were settling for shots instead of going right after them.”

Brandon Miller scored 12 points for Kellogg (5-4), which hosts Wallace on Wednesday.

“Kellogg did a good job of pressuring our guards and turning us over,” Chase said.

St. Maries (7-4) opens Central Idaho League play at Grangeville next Saturday.

Kellogg 14 11 14 18 — 57

St. Maries 19 3 7 8 — 37

KELLOGG — Bush 7, R. Luna 2, K. Luna 7, Oertli 5, Nearing 9, Miller 12, Walker 1, Jerome 7, G. Luna 7.

ST. MARIES — Sands 7, Ross 11, Becktel 2, Gentry 0, Stancil 7, Gibson 7, Wolfe 3.

Lakeside 78

Garfield-Palouse 57

PLUMMER — JJ Hall scored 25 points and Day Day Higgins added 23 points to lead the Knights past the Vikings in a nonleague game at Ron Miller Court.

“Both Day Day and JJ played really well and were finishing their plays,” Lakeside coach James Twoteeth said. “I’m not sure why, but it was good to see. Both of them finally broke through a little bit and had nice games for us tonight.”

Talon Twoteeth scored 11 points and Kenyon Spotted Horse had 10 points for Lakeside (8-0), which hosts Mullan on Thursday.

Jacob Anderson scored 13 points for Garfield-Palouse.

Garfield-Palouse 14 11 15 17 — 57

Lakeside 22 24 17 15 — 78

GARFIELD-PALOUSE — A. Jones 5, B. Jones 12, Dugger 13, Zehm 2, Bankus 1, Hawkins 5, Orr 6, Anderson 13.

LAKESIDE — Brown 5, Abuan 0, Higgins 23, White 4, Hall 25, Twoteeth 11, Spotted Horse 10, Matt 0.

N. Idaho Christian 36

Christian Center 31

COEUR d’ALENE — Malachi Bullington totaled 12 points, 16 rebounds and three blocked shots as the visiting Royals beat the Lions in Mountain Christian League play at Holy Family Catholic School.

North Idaho Christian (12-1, 10-0 MCL) plays host to Immaculate Conception Academy on Monday at Holy Family.

Cary Sovereign scored 13 points, Brock Owens 12 for Christian Center School.

N.I. Christian 2 16 11 7 — 36

Chr. Center 9 3 13 6 — 31

NORTH IDAHO CHRISTIAN — Desrochers 0, Pilgrim 0, Peterson 7, Connolly 4, Koonze 0, Johnson 0, Hill 7, Kelly 6, Bullington 12.

CHRISTIAN CENTER — McWhorter 0, P. Owens 0, Sovereign 13, Steckman 0, O’Brien 6, Curson 0, Helwich 0, B. Owens 12.

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