PREP BASKETBALL: Lakeland falls at Moscow

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• BOYS

MOSCOW — An off night shooting, mixed with a strong night shooting from beyond the 3-point line by Gabe Quinnett was too much for the Lakeland Hawks to overcome in their 4A Inland Empire League opener at Bear Den on Thursday.

Quinnett hit 5 of 8 3-pointers and finished with 25 points for the Moscow Bears in a 66-54 win over Lakeland.

“We kind of had an off night shooting the ball and they were able to get some shots to fall,” Lakeland assistant coach Bill Ryan said. “It got to a point where we were scrambling from behind in the second half, and they could be patient and wait to find the right shot.”

Dylan Knight scored nine points and Josiah Haaland eight rebounds and five points for Lakeland (8-3), which hosts Timberlake on Tuesday.

Moscow (3-10) hosts Sandpoint on Saturday.

Lakeland 9 12 18 14 — 54

Moscow 10 17 18 21 — 66

LAKELAND — Taylor 0, Zubaly 5, Munyear 0, Johnson 3, Knight 9, Vahey 8, Davis 5, Skalskiy 6, Neilson 6, Haaland 5.

MOSCOW ­— Lopez 0, Stephens 12, Broenneke 10, Johnson 4, Quinnett 25, Edwards 8, Smith 0, Postell 7, Pancheri 0, Kitchel 4.

St. Maries 57

Bonners Ferry 44

ST. MARIES — Eli Gibson only had a few quarters to give the Lumberjacks, but he made them count when called upon.

Gibson scored four points to spark the Lumberjacks in the second quarter of a nonleague win against the Badgers.

“Jackson (Pritchard) hit a couple of 3-pointers and Eli had a quick four points for us too,” St. Maries coach Bryan Chase said. “He’s a JV kid that came in because of foul trouble, but really got us going. We only had him for a couple of quarters, but he did a good job for us.”

Dan Howard had 13 points and eight rebounds, Pritchard scored 11 points and Kevin Duffield six points, six rebounds and five steals for St. Maries (8-1), which hosts Orofino in a Central Idaho League game on Saturday.

Dylan Hittle scored 11 points, Chris Sabin nine for Bonners Ferry (7-4).

Bonners Ferry 7 9 12 16 — 44

St. Maries 10 16 12 19 — 57

BONNERS FERRY — Ryan 2, Sabin 9, S. Bateman 7, T. Bateman 0, Hittle 11, Pluid 4, Bell 2, B. Bateman 9.

ST. MARIES — Gibson 6, Basset 0, Duffield 6, Green 0, Sands 7, Pritchard 11, Buell 8, Hammond 6, Howard 13.

N.I. Christian 53

Strathcona-Tweedsmuir 24

COEUR d’ALENE — Garrett White had 12 points for the Royals in a win over Strathcona-Tweedsmuir of Okotoks, Alberta, at Holy Family Catholic School.

Wyley Pilgrim had six assists and James Kelly five steals for North Idaho Christian (16-1), which faces Christian Center on Saturday at Holy Family Catholic School.

Strath.-Tweeds. 6 4 4 10 — 24

N.I. Christian 9 11 27 6 — 53

STRATHCONA-TWEEDSMUIR — Denniss 0, Mercer 5, Shagiss 4, Dayo 2, Haverko 2, Chase 4, Vance 0, Dhillon 0, Sten 3, Perry 4.

NORTH IDAHO CHRISTIAN — D. Kelly 11, Benzinger 4, P. Connelly 6, Deak 2, Winde 2, C. Pilgrim 2, Holmes 2, Thorsness 3, J. Kelly 5, W. Pilgrim 4, White 12.

• GIRLS

Moscow 53

Lakeland 15

MOSCOW — The visiting Hawks started slow, and Katie Kitchel’s 15 points led the Bears to victory in the 4A Inland Empire League opener at Bear Den.

“Moscow played extremely well in the first half; they were ready to go, and we just werent ready to go,” Lakeland coach Steve Seymour said. “We found out what we need to do, how hard we need to play to match Moscow.”

Gracey Meyer added 14 points for Moscow (6-6), which hosts Sandpoint on Saturday.

Sofi Schnepf had five rebounds for Lakeland (4-10), which plays host to Coeur d’Alene on Tuesday.

Lakeland 2 3 2 8 — 15

Moscow 17 18 16 2 — 53

LAKELAND — Leon 0, Cooper 5, Schnepf 0, Edinger 5, Pruitt 0, Elpers 2, Loutzenhiser 0, Neff 0, Kirk 3, Stutheit 0, Rohde 0.

MOSCOW — Watson 0, Rauch 1, Boyles 11, Claus 2, Carscallen 6, Meyer 14, Anderson 0, Jung 4, Kitchel 15.

N.I. Christian 45

Strathcona-Tweedsmuir 21

COEUR d’ALENE — Mary Schlader totaled 16 points, 14 rebounds, five steals and four blocked shots as the Royals beat the visitors from Okotoks, Alberta, at Holy Family Catholic School.

Savannah Seeley added 11 points and six assists for North Idaho Christian (12-7), which plays the Christian Center School on Saturday at Holy Family.

Strath.-Tweeds. 4 8 7 2 — 21

N.I. Christian 12 13 11 9 — 45

STRATHCONA-TWEEDSMUIR — Al. Jaffer 0, Udoh 4, Ar. Jaffer 1, Cross 6, Stanick 3, Imoru 0, Uzoh 2, Kasumu 5, Imoni 0.

NORTH IDAHO CHRISTIAN — Parks 2, Gwin 6, Anderson 0, Ward 0, Malinauskas 6, Schlader 16, Seeley 11, Hines 4.

• POSTPONEMENTS

Slick road conditions wiped away North Star League boys games featuring Mullan at Kootenai and Clark Fork at Lakeside on Thursday. The Mullan-Kootenai game will be made up on Jan. 23. No makeup date was announced for the Clark Fork-Lakeside game. A nonleague girls game between Mullan and Kootenai was also postponed and rescheduled for Jan. 23.

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