PREP BOYS BASKETBALL: Quinnett shoots down Hawks

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RATHDRUM — Gabe Quinnett hit 8 of 11 3-pointers and scored 33 points to lead the Moscow Bears past the Lakeland Hawks 75-66 in the 4A Inland Empire League opener for both teams Thursday night at Hawk Court.

Moscow hit 14 of 27 from behind the arc.

Quinnett did not shoot a 2-pointer. He was 9 of 15 from the free-throw line.

“We thought we came out with great energy — the best energy we’ve had all year,” Lakeland assistant coach Tyrel Derrick said. “But Moscow stuck to their stuff, ran their stuff, and shot the heck out of it. They did a good job of being patient, getting to their spots, and not being flustered.”

Josiah Haaland had 18 points and 10 rebounds for Lakeland (4-7, 0-1 4A IEL), and Jalen Skalskiy added 16 points and 11 boards.

Lakeland plays at Cheney tonight at 7.

Moscow 12 22 21 20 — 75

Lakeland 11 14 17 24 — 66

MOSCOW — Decker 9, Makamson 1, Haeder 3, Quinnett 33, Rauch-Edwards 4, Skinner 0, Postell 11, Kitchel 14.

LAKELAND — Taylor 14, Zubaly 6, Seay 2, Munyer 0, N. Haaland 1, Strietzel 0, Skalskiy 16, Derrick 0, Neilson 9, J. Haaland 18.

St. Maries 55

Bonners Ferry 38

ST. MARIES — Eli Gibson scored 11 points, Tyler Lohman had 10 points and nine rebounds for the Lumberjacks in a nonleague win over the Badgers.

“We did a really good job in the first half defensively,” St. Maries coach Bryan Chase said. “In the third quarter, we came out a little flat, but other than that, we played a good game.”

Kaden Hammond had nine points and eight assists and Jackson Pritchard 10 points for St. Maries (10-3), which hosts Grangeville in its Central Idaho League opener on Saturday.

Seth Bateman scored 13 points for Bonners Ferry (4-6).

Bonners Ferry 8 6 14 10 — 38

St. Maries 16 14 8 17 — 55

BONNERS FERRY — Heins 0, Bateman 13, Hittel 6, Durette 8, Stockton 0, Peterson 6, Morgan 5.

ST. MARIES — Hill 3, Pritchard 10, Becktel 0, Peet 0, Nelson 0, Lohman 10, Sands 4, Gibson 11, Renner 0, Hammond 9, Howard 8.

Kootenai 66

Clark Fork 40

CLARK FORK — Triston Usdrowski had 30 points, nine rebounds and three steals for the Warriors in a North Star League win over the Wampus Cats.

Gage Maitland had 17 points, 10 assists and four steals, Jarrett Usdrowski four steals for Kootenai (6-1, 2-1 NSL), which hosts Genesis Prep on Tuesday.

Cameron Garcia scored 13 points for Clark Fork (2-6, 0-3), which hosts Newport on Saturday.

Kootenai 18 22 16 10 — 66

Clark Fork 2 9 17 9 — 40

KOOTENAI — Little 0, Maitland 17, J. Usdrowski 7, Vawter 4, Renner 0, T. Usdrowski 30, Ausman 5.

CLARK FORK — Constantin 7, SanRoman 5, Garcia 13, Abbott 10, Heisel 0, Rueter 0, Holburn 0, Sutton 0, Wade 2.

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