PREP BOYS BASKETBALL: Hawks top Vikings on late 3-pointer in OT

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RATHDRUM — Kaden Davis hit a 3-pointer with .3 seconds remaining in overtime, lifting the Lakeland Hawks to a 74-72 win over the Coeur d’Alene Vikings in a nonleague game at Hawk Court on Tuesday.

Kale Edwards gave Coeur d’Alene the lead with 21 seconds remaining on a pair of free-throws, but Davis’ shot was the difference.

Sophomores Ben Zubaly scored 17 points and Josh Neilson added 16 points for Lakeland (8-2), which opens 4A Inland Empire League play at Moscow on Thursday.

“Our young kids played really well,” said Lakeland assistant coach Bill Ryan, who also got 10 points from freshman Jalen Skalskiy. “Those guys played some good minutes and Davis hit a big shot for us.”

Nathan Johnson had eight rebounds for Lakeland.

Kale Edwards and Drew Hostetter scored 13 points each for Coeur d’Alene (4-8), which plays at Lake City on Friday in the annual Fight for the Fish spirit game.

Coeur d’Alene 14 9 21 22 6 — 72

Lakeland 15 20 13 18 8 — 74

COEUR d’ALENE — Kyle 0, Leifer 0, Whittaker 5, Matheson 11, Friesz 12, Hostetter 13, Johnson 13, Bloom 5, Edwards 13.

LAKELAND — Taylor 5, Zubaly 17, Johnson 5, Knight 3, Vahey 11, Davis 6, Skalisky 10, Neilsen 16, Haaland 1.

Lakeside 57

Garfield-Palouse 56

PLUMMER — JJ Hall’s only basket of the night was just at the right time for the Knights.

Hall scored with four seconds remaining as the Knights beat the Vikings in a nonleague game at Ron Miller Court.

“We just couldn’t get a basket to drop in the first half,” Lakeside coach James Twoteeth said. “Defensively, we kind of buckled down and got after it in the second half and the shots started to fall. I was proud of how they battled back. To finally push through, it was really great to see.”

Talon Twoteeth scored 17 points for Lakeside (6-4), which hosts Clark Fork on Thursday.

Garfield-Palouse 10 23 14 9 — 56

Lakeside 4 15 20 18 — 57

GARFIELD-PALOUSE — Duggar 0, Sanderson 6, Jones 0, Bl. Jones 20, Orthey 8, Anderson 11, Hawkins 11.

LAKESIDE — White 4, Sanchez 14, Higgins 9, Wienclaw 0, Hall 2, Twoteeth 17, Spottedhorse 11, Abuan 0, Fanning 0.

Troy 45

Kootenai 35

HARRISON FLATS — Triston Udrowski had 20 points, nine rebounds and three assists for the Warriors in a nonleague loss to the Trojans.

Jarrett Udrowski had six pionts and Marcus Ausman five rebounds for Kootenai (0-7), which hosts Mullan on Thursday.

Troy 3 10 17 15 — 45

Kootenai 10 11 8 6 — 35

TROY — Z. Stoner 0, I. Stoner 24, Lindhorst 0, Lay 7, Donnewirth 0, Heath 8, Sandquist 6, Foster 0, Powell 0, Sandquist 0, Butner 0.

KOOTENAI — Whipple 1, Brewster 0, J. Udrowski 6, Maitland 4, Carman 0, Vawter 2, T. Udrowski 20, Ausman 2.

Genesis Prep 74

Clark Fork 17

CLARK FORK — Kon Ajang scored 25 points for the Jaguars in a North Star League win over the Wampus Cats.

Junior Williams scored 17 points for Genesis Prep (9-4. 4-0 NSL), which hosts Strathcona-Tweedsmuir School of Alberta on Friday at Post Falls Middle School.

N.I. Christian 73

Covenant

Christian 56

SPOKANE — Garrett White had 29 points, 12 rebounds and six assists to lead the Royals past Covenant Christian in a Mountain Christian League game.

Cross Pilgrim had 15 points, eight rebounds and five assists for North Idaho Christian (15-1, 7-0 MCL), which hosts Strathcona-Tweedsmuir School of Alberta on Friday at Post Falls Middle School on Thursday.

N.I. Christian 23 15 24 11 — 73

Covenant Christian 9 11 16 20 — 56

NORTH IDAHO CHRISTIAN — D. Kelly 2, Benzinger 4, P. Connelly 3, Nicholson 0, Winde 2, C. Pilgrim 15, Holmes 4, Thoresness 2, J. Kelly 8, W. Pilgrim 4, White 29.

COVENANT CHRISTIAN — Rachen 19, Nickerson 7, Hoch 12, Rushing 17.

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