PREP BASKETBALL: Post Falls drops Mead in Classic

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  • LOREN BENOIT/Press Lake City’s James Carlson shoots a three-pointer against Columbia River during Lake City’s Holiday Tournament on Friday.

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    Lake City’s Kyle Manzardo goes for a layup against Columbia River on Friday. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

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    Coeur d'Alene guard Sam Matheson dribbles the ball down court against Peninsula defender Dane Jackson during Lake City's Holiday Tournament. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

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    Lake City's Hunter Schaffer, left, goes for a loose ball during a game against Columbia River on Friday.

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    Coeur d'Alene's Caleb Beggerly goes for a layup against Peninsula Friday afternoon at Lake City's Holiday Tournament. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

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    LOREN BENOIT/PressLake City's Kyle Manzardo looks to pass the ball to a teammate during a game against Columbia River on Friday.

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    Lake City's Hunter Schaffer goes for a layup against Columbia River on Friday. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

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    Coeur d'Alene's Drew Hostetter dribbles the ball into the paint against Peninsula's Sam Miller during Lake City's Holiday Tournament on Friday. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

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    Coeur d'Alene's Kale Edwards goes for a layup against Peninsula Friday afternoon. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

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    Coeur d'Alene's Sam Matheson shoots a three-pointer over Peninsula's Sam Miller Friday afternoon at Lake City's Holiday Tournament. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

  • LOREN BENOIT/Press Lake City’s James Carlson shoots a three-pointer against Columbia River during Lake City’s Holiday Tournament on Friday.

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    Lake City’s Kyle Manzardo goes for a layup against Columbia River on Friday. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

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    Coeur d'Alene guard Sam Matheson dribbles the ball down court against Peninsula defender Dane Jackson during Lake City's Holiday Tournament. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

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    Lake City's Hunter Schaffer, left, goes for a loose ball during a game against Columbia River on Friday.

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    Coeur d'Alene's Caleb Beggerly goes for a layup against Peninsula Friday afternoon at Lake City's Holiday Tournament. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

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    LOREN BENOIT/PressLake City's Kyle Manzardo looks to pass the ball to a teammate during a game against Columbia River on Friday.

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    Lake City's Hunter Schaffer goes for a layup against Columbia River on Friday. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

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    Coeur d'Alene's Drew Hostetter dribbles the ball into the paint against Peninsula's Sam Miller during Lake City's Holiday Tournament on Friday. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

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    Coeur d'Alene's Kale Edwards goes for a layup against Peninsula Friday afternoon. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

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    Coeur d'Alene's Sam Matheson shoots a three-pointer over Peninsula's Sam Miller Friday afternoon at Lake City's Holiday Tournament. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

• BOYS

COEUR d’ALENE — Jake Pfennigs had 21 points and 12 rebounds, hitting five 3-pointers, to lead the Post Falls Trojans past the Mead Panthers 66-48 on the final day of the Lake City Holiday Classic on Friday.

“We were shooting 60 percent (from the 3-point line) at halftime, and anytime your getting shots like that and making them, it helps things,” Post Falls coach Mike McLean said. “It was very similar to what we did in Vegas (Post Falls went 2-2 in the Tarkanian Classic) and try to schedule tough nonleague games that will challenge us. Each of these games have given us a chance to learn and get ready for those games that count.”

Tanner McCliment-Call scored 25 points for Post Falls (6-4), which hosts Mt. Spokane on Tuesday.

Mead 11 11 11 15 — 48

Post Falls 23 23 12 8 — 66

MEAD — Baird 4, Saldana 4, Rogalette 22, Shoff 0, Braach 2, Wenkheimer 6, Riley 0, Austin 3, Opiew 7.

POST FALLS — Gennett 2, Buer 4, McCliment-Call 25, Walker 2, Bourgard 6, Fleming 2, Ballew 4, Pfennigs 21.

Columbia River 57

Lake City 46

COEUR d’ALENE — James Carlson scored 24 points for the Timberwolves in a loss to the Chieftains of Vancouver, Wash., on the final day of the Lake City Holiday Classic.

“Columbia River, they execute really well,” Lake City assistant coach Kelly Reed said. “They’re long and athletic. They got up 25-7, but we fought back to 28-22 at the half and cut the deficit to four late (49-45), but couldn’t get the stops. It was a good game, and James was really good.”

Lake City (2-2) travels to Moscow on Tuesday.

Columbia River 16 12 8 21 — 57

Lake City 7 15 8 16 — 46

COLUMBIA RIVER — Snook 2, Wells 1, Anderson 0, Waite 0, Hjort 14, Dirksen 10, Dezort 15, Grote 0, Armstrong 7, Gutierrez 8, Gomez 0.

LAKE CITY — Sensel 3, McCartin 7, Manzardo 6, Carlson 24, Schaffer 6, Kiesbuy 0, Pollow 0.

Peninsula 69

Coeur d’Alene 63

COEUR d’ALENE — Sam Matheson scored 15 of his team-high 19 points in the second half for the Vikings in a loss to the Seahawks of Gig Harbor in the Lake City Holiday Classic.

“Sam really helped us get going in the second half and we made a nice run to pull ahead,” Coeur d’Alene coach Tony Hanna said. “The tournament was a good experience for us, but I think the third day definitely showed a bit. Both teams had a lot of fouls and tired legs, but it was a good experience for our kids.”

Kale Edwards scored 12 points for Coeur d’Alene (4-4), which hosts Post Falls on Thursday.

Peninsula 19 13 17 20 — 69

Coeur d’Alene 11 15 24 13 — 63

PENINSULA — Lockhorn 3, McLaughlin 6, Miller 11, Jackson 7, Lichau 0, Kastler 24, Rupert 2, Brinkman 2, Spurlock 14, Baker 0, Vogel 0.

COEUR d’ALENE — Delbridge 0, Whittaker 6, Matheson 19, Friesz 4, Beggerly 11, Hostetter 8, Johnson 2, Duntemann 0, Bloom 1, Edwards 12.

St. George’s 79

Timberlake 42

SPOKANE VALLEY — Dawson Cramer scored 13 points for the Tigers in a loss to the Dragons in the West Valley tournament.

Jacob James added nine points for Timberlake (4-7), which visits Kellogg next Friday.

Timberlake 4 16 6 16 — 42

St. George’s 24 17 22 16 — 79

TIMBERLAKE — Hardy 6. Wilfong 4, Cramer 13, Simpson 0, Meijerink 2, Counts 3, Kluss 0, James 9, Gardom 2, Kistler 3.

ST. GEORGE’S — Paplinski 13, Rigsby 8, Steele 3, Ward 11, Manson 0, Adams 3, Farias 20, N. Watkins 3, A. Watkins 10, Johnson 0, Halliburton-Link 9, Werkman 2.

Spanish Springs 66

Genesis Prep 54

SAN DIEGO — Kon Ajang scored 17 points for the Jaguars in a loss to Spanish Springs, Nev., in the Holiday Classic at Santa Fe Christian High.

“We’re playing against some really good teams, so this is really good for us,” Genesis Prep coach Marsell Colbert said. “We’re just not shooting the ball well collectively right now. The guys are playing hard and competing, and that’s what we want. We come to these tournaments to get better, and I feel we have each game.”

Genesis Prep (5-4) concludes the tournament against British Columbia Christian Academy today.

Genesis Prep 13 11 19 11 — 54

Spanish Springs 18 12 23 13 — 66

GENESIS PREP — Shelton 2, Mwinuka 5, Reidt 1, Williams 8, Schroeder 0, Hillman 14, Schultz 0, Ajang 17, Gonzales 0.

SPANISH SPRINGS — Fanfili 15, O’Connell 0, Miller 0, Craig 2, Caldwell 0, Whittaker 6, Stinson 0, Grass 13, Coats 0, Townsell 27, Prizina 4.

N.W. Christian 67

St. Maries 63

ROCKFORD, Wash. — Dan Howard scored 18 points and Jackson Pritchard added 17 points for the Lumberjacks in a loss to the Crusaders in the Freeman Holiday tournament.

Koy Sands had seven assists and Glover Buell 15 points for St. Maries (5-1), which hosts Genesee on Tuesday.

St. Maries 22 16 12 13 — 63

N.W. Christian 20 16 19 12 — 67

ST. MARIES — Duffield 5, Sands 4, Pritchard 17, Buell 15, Hammond 4, Howard 18, Gibson 0, Basset 0, Green 0.

NORTHWEST CHRISTIAN — Gray 20, Laranger 8, Starley 4, E. Simpson 9, D. Simpson 11, Maynard 15.

• GIRLS

Clarkston 50

Lake City 47

LEWISTON — Klaire Mitchell scored 14 points and Brooklyn Rewers added 13 points for the Timberwolves in a loss to the Bantams in a semifinal game at the Avista Winter Classic at the Lewis-Clark State Activity Center.

“It was close, but we didn’t do a good job of closing out the game,” said Lake City coach James Anderson, whose team was outscored 24-8 in the fourth quarter. “They had a big fourth quarter and a huge chunk (10 points) was putting them on the line, which was too much. They did a great job of changing the tempo and making a comeback.”

Lake City (7-5) faces North Central in the third-place game today at 11:30 a.m.

Clarkston 6 15 5 24 — 50

Lake City 11 21 7 8 — 47

CLARKSTON — Wallace 22, Sharp 5, Packwood 10, Saboda 3, Johnson 2, Jackson 5, Henry 2, Whitetemple 1.

LAKE CITY — Avery 10, Barber 0, Mitchell 14, Teets 1, Rieken 4, Wilson 0, Zufelt 0, Halliday 0, Rewers 13, Simpson 5.

Riverside 39

Lakeland 34

SPOKANE VALLEY — Lauryn Cooper had nine points and seven rebounds for the Hawks in a loss to the Rams in the West Valley tournament.

Melody Loutzenhiser had seven points and Alaina Pruitt seven rebounds for Lakeland (3-9), which hosts Priest River on Friday.

Lakeland 15 4 5 10 — 34

Riverside 0 12 9 18 — 39

LAKELAND — Leon 0, Cooper 9, Schnepf 4, Edinger 2, Pruitt 5, Elpers 2, Loutzenhiser 7, Neff 1, Kirk 6, Stutheit 0, Rhode 0.

RIVERSIDE — Zeinhart 6, Willis 0, Chrisp 5, Nortz 11, A. West 16, Wood 0, Ahay 1, Clevenger 0, Terry 0.

Cashmere 56

Timberlake 52

SPOKANE VALLEY — Taryn Soumas scored 12 points for the Tigers, but a 33-point day from Hailey VanLith led the Bulldogs to a victory at the West Valley tournament.

“It was a really good game and we led pretty much the entire way,” said Timberlake coach Matt Miller, whose team led 23-14 after the first quarter. “Down the stretch, they got to the foul line and VanLith went 11 of 12 from the line. We played well, but VanLith was incredible. The girls played well and really well. Cashmere is a good club.”

Kaylee Jezek scored 10 points for Timberlake (8-3), which travels to Lapwai on Thursday.

Cashmere 14 10 16 16 — 56

Timberlake 23 5 14 10 — 52

CASHMERE — Alberts 2, VanLith 32, Hammond 1, Knishka 19, Darnell 0, High 0, Erdman 2.

TIMBERLAKE — Tonkin 9, Starr 6, Kelley 7, Soumas 12, Jessen 4, Jezek 10, Willis 4.

N.W. Christian 55

St. Maries 41

ROCKFORD, Wash. — Kaci Haeg had 10 points and five steals and Devyn Wilson had 10 points and five steals for the Lumberjacks in a loss to the Crusaders of Colbert in the Freeman Holiday tournament.

“We had some unforced turnovers and cold shooting in the first quarter and just got out to a slow start,” said St. Maries coach Jay Sines, whose team fell behind 14-2 after the first quarter. “Other than that, we competed well after the first quarter.”

St. Maries (5-3) resumes 2A Central Idaho League play at Grangeville next Saturday.

St. Maries 2 15 9 15 — 41

N.W. Christian 14 16 9 16 — 55

ST. MARIES — Sines 2, Haeg 10, Cordell 6, Hill 2, Becktel 4, Wilson 10, Holder 2, Auer 5.

NORTHWEST CHRISTIAN — Smith 16, Dawson 6, Frey 12, Nelson 6, Rabe 8, Sander 3, Morasch 4, Williams 0.

Mt. Spokane at

Post Falls, ppd.

POST FALLS — The nonleague game between the Wildcats and Trojans scheduled for The Arena was postponed due to slick road conditions.

No makeup date was announced.

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