PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL: Trojans roll past Hermiston

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POST FALLS — The season of sharing continued on Wednesday night for the Post Falls girls basketball team.

Bayley Brennan had 12 points, eight assists and six steals, Tyler McCliment-Call had 22 points — mostly off passes from Brennan — and the Trojans beat the Hermiston Bulldogs 74-35 in a nonleague game at The Arena.

“We didn’t run our offense a lot, but we shared the ball really well,” said Post Falls coach Marc Allert, whose team finished with 20 assists. “I really like how we’re sharing the ball right now.”

Jenna Gardiner had eight points and six steals for Post Falls (15-2), which resumes 5A Inland Empire League play at Lewiston on Friday.

“When we’re playing really well, we’re sharing the ball really well,” Allert said. “It makes us hard to guard when we’ve got a lot of people that can score.”

Hermiston 11 9 10 5 — 35

Post Falls 21 27 21 5 — 74

HERMISTON — Wilson 2, Stefani 2, Palzinski 2, Thompson 11, Romero 8, Thomas 10.

POST FALLS — Gleaves 2, Morris 7, Gardiner 8, Brennan 12, T. McCliment-Call 22, J. McCliment-Call 8, Faulkner 2, Kempton 7, Parks 6, Schreibeis 0.

St. Maries at

Kellogg, ppd.

KELLOGG — Tonight’s nonleague game between the Lumberjacks and Wildcats was postponed due to a flu outbreak in the Kellogg School District, forcing the cancellation of school for the remainder of the week.

No makeup date was scheduled.

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