PREP BOYS BASKETBALL: Wallace wins Silver Valley Tournament

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WALLACE — Zack Welch scored a game-high 33 points for the Wallace Miners in a 55-48 win over the Kellogg Wildcats in the championship game of the Silver Valley Tournament at Kirby Krulitz Court.

Hunter Stutzke scored 10 points for Wallace (3-0), which hosts St. Maries on Friday.

Gavin Luna scored 14 points for Kellogg (1-2), which hosts Lakeland on Tuesday.

Kellogg 14 11 9 14 — 48

Wallace 14 10 15 16 — 55

KELLOGG — Rickets 1, Atkins 18, Oertli 4, Nearing 11, Jerome 0, Luna 14.

WALLACE — Welch 33, Brackebusch 7, Stutzke 10, Brantz 3, Bailey 0, Hull 2.

St. Maries 53

Prairie 50 (OT)

ST. MARIES — Dan Howard made two key plays in overtime to lift the Lumberjacks past the Pirates in nonleague play.

First, Howard drew the fifth foul on 6-foot-5 Spencer Schumacher of Prairie. Then, his three-point play put the Lumberjacks (2-0) ahead to stay.

“Fouling out Schumacher was a big deal, because he was a tough matchup for us,” St. Maries coach Bryan Chase said.

Coy Sands and Jackson Pritchard each hit 3-pointers in the fourth quarter as the Lumberjacks rallied from down six points after three to force overtime.

Pritchard finished with 14 points. Eli Gibson added 12 points and four steals. Howard had nine points and eight rebounds.

Schumacher led Prairie, last year’s consolation champions in 1A Division II, with 14 points.

St. Maries travels to Timberlake on Wednesday.

Prairie 10 13 11 8 8 — 50

St. Maries 6 9 13 14 11 — 53

PRAIRIE — Ott 2, Schlader 5, Mager 0, Anderson 2, Forsmann 11, Ross 10, Schumacher 14, Shears 6.

ST. MARIES — Hill 0, Pritchard 14, Nelson 0, Lohman 8, Sands 5, Gibson 12, Hammond 5, Howard 9.

Lakeside 58

Garfield-Palouse 50

PALOUSE, Wash. — Talon Twoteeth scored 18 points and Kenyon SpottedHorse scored 14 points for the Knights, who rallied from a halftime deficit to beat the Vikings in a nonleague game.

“We were kind of playing from behind for three quarters,” said Lakeside coach James Twoteeth, whose team trailed 27-19 at halftime before outscoring the Vikings 37-23 in the second half. “We were a little sluggish in the first quarter, and they were hitting their 3-pointers. We switched up our defense at the half and really limited their shots.”

Day Day Higgins scored 13 points for Lakeside (2-1), which competes in the Lapwai Shootout next Saturday.

Lakeside 8 11 16 23 — 58

Garfield-Palouse 13 14 9 14 — 50

LAKESIDE — White 2, Ambro 0, J. Abuan 0, Higgins 13, Hall 8, Twoteeth 18, Spottedhorse 14, S. Abuan 3.

GARFIELD-PALOUSE — A. Jones 10, Sanderson 5, B. Jones 4, Stokert 3, Anderson 13, Peterson 3, Hawkins 12.

East Valley 54

Lake City 48 (OT)

SPOKANE — Tyrell Brown scored 26 points to lead the Knights past the Timberwolves in overtime at the Border Clash at West Valley High.

Josh Stellflug scored 13 points and Chris Irvin had 10 points for Lake City (0-2), which hosts Moscow on Wednesday.

East Valley 16 9 10 10 9 — 54

Lake City 8 15 16 6 3 — 48

EAST VALLEY — Gamble 0, Zurfluh 9, Hargrave 0, Frogge 8, Rasmussen 7, Brown 26, Holmes 2, Stevens 0, Whallon 0, Honegger 2.

LAKE CITY — Stellflug 13, Janke 2, Kiesbuy 6, Spellman 9, Irvin 10, Hanson 0, Sundstrom 0, Brum 8.

West Valley 69

Lakeland 59

SPOKANE — The Hawks led by 11 at halftime following a 26-point second quarter, but sputtered offensively in the second half as the host Eagles rallied in the Border Clash at West Valley High.

Shooting guard Bryan Andrews made 10 3-pointers and scored 38 points for West Valley. He hit three 3s in the third quarter as part of the Eagles’ comeback.

“We put a lot of attention on (Nick) Drynan,” a point guard who scored 23 points against Lake City on Friday night, Lakeland assistant coach Tyrel Derrick said. “Andrews did a good job finding spaces, and we didn’t do a good job recognizing him.”

Ben Zubaly led Lakeland (1-1) with 14 points. Josiah Haaland added 12 points and eight rebounds for the Hawks, and Jalen Skalskiy had 11 points and eight boards.

Lakeland travels to Kellogg on Tuesday.

Lakeland 11 26 11 11 — 59

West Valley 14 12 23 20 — 69

LAKELAND — Taylor 6, Zubaly 14, Seay 0, Munyer 6, N. Haaland 0, Strietzel 0, Skalskiy 11, Derrick 0, Neilson 9, J. Haaland 12.

WEST VALLEY — Vasicek 0, Jones 2, Tiffany 0, Peterson 0, Dellinger 8, Andrews 38, Fisher 0, Kaiser 3, Drynan 18.

Timberlake 81

Mullan 26

WALLACE — Sheldon Kistler scored eight of his team-high 12 points in the first quarter as the Tigers of Spirit Lake rolled past the Tigers of Mullan in the consolation game of the Silver Valley Tournament at Kirby Krulitz Court.

Jacob James scored 11 points for Timberlake (1-2), giving coach Mike Menti his first win as coach after taking over the program this year.

Riley Trogden scored 11 points for Mullan (0-3), which faces Clark Fork (Mont.) on Tuesday in Alberton.

Timberlake hosts St. Maries on Wednesday.

Timberlake 21 21 20 19 — 81

Mullan 10 6 3 7 — 29

TIMBERLAKE — Wilfong 4, Meijerink 2, Cramer 5, Kluss 9, McDonald 8, James 11, Kistler 12, Gardom 6, Dickinson 8, Menti 6, Yetter 4, Peightal 5.

MULLAN — L. Trogden 7, Holling 6, R. Trogden 11, Hess 2, Haning 0.

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