PREP BASKETBALL: Neilson, Haaland fuel Lakeland win

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  • Lakeland’s Noah Haaland gathers the rebound and dribbles the ball down the court in Thursday night’s game against Lewiston. LOREN BENOIT/Press

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    Lakeland’s Katy Ryan shoots a two between Lewiston defenders Kendyll Kinzer, left, and Karli Taylor in Thursday night’s game at Lakeland High. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

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    Lakeland’s Noah Haaland shoots a three over Lewiston defender Jace McKarcher in Thursday night’s game at Lakeland High. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

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    Lakeland’s Josh Neilson goes for a layup during Thursday night’s game against Lewiston at Lakeland High. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

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    Lakeland’s Jaret Taylor dribbles the ball around Lewiston defender Connor Spencer in Thursday night’s game at Lakeland High. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

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    Lakeland’s Jaret Taylor scores on a fast break during Thursday night’s game against Lewiston. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

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    Lakeland’s Jaret Taylor scans Lewiston’s defense during Thursday night’s game at Lakeland High. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

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    Lakeland’s Carson Seay dribbles the ball down the court during Thursday night’s game against Lewiston. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

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    Lakeland’s Josh Neilson scores on a layup during Thursday night’s game against Lewiston. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

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    Alaina Pruitt of Lakeland dribbles the ball in front of Lewiston defender Hally Wells in Thursday night’s game at Lakeland High. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

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    Lauryn Cooper shoots a three pointer in Thursday night’s game against Lewiston at Lakeland High. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

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    Lakeland’s Abbey Neff dribbles the ball down the court in a game against Lewiston Thursday night at Lakeland High. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

  • Lakeland’s Noah Haaland gathers the rebound and dribbles the ball down the court in Thursday night’s game against Lewiston. LOREN BENOIT/Press

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    Lakeland’s Katy Ryan shoots a two between Lewiston defenders Kendyll Kinzer, left, and Karli Taylor in Thursday night’s game at Lakeland High. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

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    Lakeland’s Noah Haaland shoots a three over Lewiston defender Jace McKarcher in Thursday night’s game at Lakeland High. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

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    Lakeland’s Josh Neilson goes for a layup during Thursday night’s game against Lewiston at Lakeland High. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

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    Lakeland’s Jaret Taylor dribbles the ball around Lewiston defender Connor Spencer in Thursday night’s game at Lakeland High. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

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    Lakeland’s Jaret Taylor scores on a fast break during Thursday night’s game against Lewiston. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

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    Lakeland’s Jaret Taylor scans Lewiston’s defense during Thursday night’s game at Lakeland High. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

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    Lakeland’s Carson Seay dribbles the ball down the court during Thursday night’s game against Lewiston. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

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    Lakeland’s Josh Neilson scores on a layup during Thursday night’s game against Lewiston. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

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    Alaina Pruitt of Lakeland dribbles the ball in front of Lewiston defender Hally Wells in Thursday night’s game at Lakeland High. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

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    Lauryn Cooper shoots a three pointer in Thursday night’s game against Lewiston at Lakeland High. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

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    Lakeland’s Abbey Neff dribbles the ball down the court in a game against Lewiston Thursday night at Lakeland High. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

• BOYS

RATHDRUM — Josh Neilson scored 23 points and Josiah Haaland had 12 points and 12 rebounds for the Lakeland Hawks in a 62-59 win over the Lewiston Bengals in a nonleague game on Thursday at Hawk Court.

“Josh and Josiah really started off playing well within themselves,” said Lakeland assistant coach Tyrel Derrick, whose team took a 38-21 halftime lead. “Lewiston did a good job of fighting back, but Josh and Josiah did a great job of getting us going.”

Ben Zubaly scored 10 points for Lakeland (4-4), which hosts Lake City on Saturday.

“Ben was a rock tonight,” Derrick said. “He did the things that really help you win games.”

Donaven Santana scored 29 points for Lewiston (4-5).

Lewiston 14 7 18 20 — 59

Lakeland 17 21 5 19 — 62

LEWISTON — McKarcher 0, Kokernak 0, Lang 4, Johnson 3, Mullikin 2, Spencer 9, Santana 29, Forsmann 6, Van Boeyen 6.

LAKELAND — Taylor 4, Zubaly 10, See 1, Munyer 5, N. Haaland 7, Strietzel 0, Derrick 0, Neilsen 23, J. Haaland 12.

St. Maries 49

Potlatch 48

POTLATCH — Dan Howard scored five of his 13 points in the final two minutes for the Lumberjacks in a nonleague win over the Loggers.

“We got out to a slow start, but kind of grinded back into it from there,” St. Maries coach Bryan Chase said. “We finally prevailed in the fourth quarter. We had four seniors on the floor at the end of the game, and you could tell they had a desire to compete and they didn’t stop playing hard.”

Kaden Hammond scored 13 points for St. Maries (7-3), which hosts Kellogg on Monday.

Brayden Hadaller scored 23 points for Potlatch.

St. Maries 4 12 17 16 — 49

Potlatch 12 9 16 11 — 48

ST. MARIES — Pritchard 7, Lohman 5, Sands 5, Gibson 6, Hammond 13, Howard 13, Hill 0.

POTLATCH — B. Hadaller 23, Je. Nicholson 4, Ja. Nicholson 2, Atkins 10, Savancantra 2, D. Hadaller 7.

• GIRLS

Lewiston 62

Lakeland 47

RATHDRUM — Mel Loutzenhiser scored 13 points and the Hawks hung tough with the Bengals before falling in nonleague play at Hawk Court.

Alaina Pruitt stepped into the starting lineup and added six points and 10 rebounds for Lakeland (5-8). Katy Ryan had eight points and eight rebounds. Lauryn Cooper had five assists.

“I was pleased with much of what we did tonight,” Lakeland coach Steve Seymour said. “Mel had a nice game offensively (despite missing a chunk of the second quarter after taking a Lewiston pass off the nose). I thought we handled pressure better tonight.”

Kendyll Kinzer of Lewiston, who has signed with Fresno State, led all scorers with 27 points. Caitlin Richardson added 15 points for the Bengals.

“She did a realy good job of being opportunistic and crashing the glass,” Seymour said, “and had some putbacks when there wasn’t a body put on her.”

Lakeland plays host to Lake City on Saturday.

Lewiston 16 12 16 18 — 62

Lakeland 12 12 12 11 — 47

LEWISTON — Collins 0, Wells 2, Bausch 0, Kinzer 27, Johnson 1, Ortiz 7, Eke 4, Taylor 6, Richardson 15.

LAKELAND — Boyer 6, Cooper 5, Kime 5, Cooley 0, McDevitt 0, Loutzenhiser 13, Kirk 1, Ryan 8, Pruitt 6, Neff 3.

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