PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL: Coeur d’Alene falls short in fourth vs. Hellgate

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COEUR d’ALENE — Coeur d’Alene trailed by just one point after three quarters, but managed just seven points in the fourth quarter in a 57-42 loss to the Hellgate Knights of Missoula on Friday night.

Emma Whiteman scored 12 points, Kelly Horning 11 for Coeur d’Alene (4-6).

“Girls played hard but shots wouldn’t fall down the stretch,” Coeur d’Alene assistant coach Nicole Symons said. “Hellgate’s zone slowed us down and we had a hard time finding gaps.”

Emma Blakely scored 18 points, Kylie Lunday 13 for Hellgate.

Coeur d’Alene plays at the Timber-Lion tournament next Thursday through Saturday in Boise.

Hellgate 10 10 16 21 — 57

Coeur d’Alene 6 15 14 7 — 42

HELLGATE — Heaphy 10, Blakely 18, Arledge 3, Papfhausen 5, Hage 0, Sayler 6, Dick 2, Lunday 13.

COEUR d’ALENE — Minerath 0, Brainard-Adams 3, Whiteman 12, Matheson 0, Younker 9, Horning 11, Burke 7.

Timberlake 39

Sandpoint 23

SPIRIT LAKE — Brooke Jessen scored all of her game-high 13 points in the first quarter for the Tigers in a win over the Bulldogs.

“We had a really solid first quarter on both ends of the court,” said Timberlake coach Matt Miller, whose team led 16-2 after the first quarter. “We got some points in transition and looked really solid. The defense on both sides got a lot better in the second half, but we found a way to hang on.”

Taryn Soumas scored 12 points for Timberlake (10-1), which faces St. George’s in the Eagle Holiday Classic next Friday at 8 p.m. at West Valley High in Spokane.

Dawson Driggs and Hattie Larson scored nine points each for Sandpoint (2-7).

Sandpoint 2 14 2 5 — 23

Timberlake 16 14 4 5 — 39

SANDPOINT — Lish 2, Edwards 0, Morgan 3, Driggs 9, Larson 9, Phillips 0, Anderson 0, Banks 0, Petit 0.

TIMBERLAKE — Tonkin 8, Soumas 12, Hammond 0, Kronenberg 0, Carhart 2, Jessen 13, Jeffs 2, Willis 2.

Bonners Ferry 45

Lakeland 37

RATHDRUM — Katy Ryan had 14 points and seven rebounds for the Hawks, but the visiting Badgers built an 11-point halftime lead and held on for the nonleague win at Hawk Court.

“Defensively we were reactionary instead of being more proactive in the first quarter,” Lakeland coach Steve Seymour said. “And we were not very sharp in the second quarter in trying to find some answers. But we played a great third quarter.”

Lauryn Cooper had five assists for Lakeland (4-6), which returns to action next Thursday and Friday at the Eagle Holiday Classic in at West Valley High.

Holly Ansley scored 11 points, Emily Blackmore 10 for Bonners Ferry.

Bonners Ferry 18 9 9 9 — 45

Lakeland 14 2 12 9 — 37

BONNERS FERRY — Blackmore 10, Liermann 2, Jackson 8, Pluid 9, Ansley 11, Villelli 4, Pinkerton 0.

LAKELAND — Boyer 2, Cooper 3, Kime 0, Cooley 0, McDevitt 0, Elpers 5, Loutzenhiser 2, Kirk 7, Ryan 14, Pruitt 2, Neff 2.

Warren (Calif.) 41

Genesis Prep 38

GILBERT, Ariz. — Genesis Prep led by six points after three quarters, but Warren of Downey, Calif., overtook the Jaguars in the fourth en route to victory in the Kirk Pointer Bracket at the Nike Tournament of Champions at Mesquite High.

Bella Murekatete scored 21 points and Rachel Schroeder added 10 for Genesis Prep (3-5), which is 0-3 at the tourney.

“We come to these tournaments to learn and that’s what we did tonight,” Genesis Prep coach Brandon Haas said. “I’m proud of how we played and we will make the adjustments to move forward.”

Halle Sii scored 17 points, Aubry Salepaga 15 for Warren.

Genesis Prep concludes play at the tourney today, facing Desert Ridge of Mesa, Ariz., at 1:30 p.m. PST.

Genesis Prep 10 11 7 10 — 38

Warren 4 13 5 19 — 41

GENESIS PREP — Morrow 1, Schroeder 10, Greiner 0, Martinez 4, Blood 2, Murekatete 21.

WARREN — Salepaga 15, Sii 17, Urias 0, Schenck 0, Hernandez 0, Felix 4, Roussel 0, Magana 7, Dahdul 0.

Chr. Center 38

Class. Christian 28

LIBERTY LAKE — Rebecca Cashen and Mariella Cashen each scored 11 points as Christian Center School defeated Classical Christian in Mountain Christian League play at the HUB Sports Center.

Christian Center (3-2, 3-2 MCL) plays Flathead Valley Home School Association on Friday at the HUB.

Chr. Center 17 1 10 10 — 38

Class. Chr. 17 0 6 5 — 28

CHRISTIAN CENTER — R. Cashen 11, M. Cashen 11, E. Williams 0, M. Epkey 6, Kramer 2, Sisco 0, James 0, K. Williams 2, Taylor 4, May 0, N. Epkey 0, Bauer 2.

CLASSICAL CHRISTIAN — A. Bailey 4, G. Bailey 3, Knight 11, A. Darrow 0, S. Darrow 4, Abbey 6, Reames 0, Reade 0, Clermont 0.

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