PREP BOYS BASKETBALL: Carlson’s 29 lead Lake City past Lakeland

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  • LOREN BENOIT/Press Lake City’s Kyle Manzardo (13) and Lakeland’s Jalen Skalskiy battle for a rebound during Tuesday night’s game at Lakeland High School.

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    Lake City’s James Carlson goes for a layup against Lakeland during Tuesday night’s game. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

  • LOREN BENOIT/Press Lake City’s Kyle Manzardo (13) and Lakeland’s Jalen Skalskiy battle for a rebound during Tuesday night’s game at Lakeland High School.

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    Lake City’s James Carlson goes for a layup against Lakeland during Tuesday night’s game. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

RATHDRUM — James Carlson scored 21 of his game-high 29 points in the first half, leading the Lake City Timberwolves past the Lakeland Hawks 80-59 in a nonleague game at Hawk Court on Tuesday.

“They jumped out 11-0 and we were scrambling from behind the entire game,” Lakeland assistant coach Bill Ryan said. “We didn’t shoot the ball particularly well and were 3 of 12 in the first quarter. We just couldn’t get a shot to fall. Carlson did a great job for them tonight.”

Hunter Schaffer scored 17 points on 5 of 10 from the 3-point line, and Nic McCartin also had 17 points for Lake City (11-10), which travels to Post Falls to open the 5A Region 1 tournament on Friday at 6:30 p.m.

Jalen Skalskiy had 12 points and six rebounds for Lakeland (11-7), which hosts Sandpoint on Thursday.

Lake City 18 22 27 13 — 80

Lakeland 7 10 23 19 — 59

LAKE CITY — Street 0, Schaffer 17, McCartin 17, Kolden 4, Sensel 0, Carlson 29, Manzardo 6, Kiesbuy 5, Pollow 2.

LAKELAND — Taylor 0, Zubaly 11, Johnson 3, Knight 10, Vahey 3, Davis 10, Skalskiy 12, Neilson 10, Haaland 0.

Coeur d’Alene 66

Moscow 41

COEUR d’ALENE — Mayson Whittaker scored eight of his game-high 13 points in the first quarter as the Vikings beat the Bears in nonleague play at Elmer Jordan Court.

“My challenge to the boys tonight was to step it up on the defensive end,” Coeur d’Alene coach Tony Hanna said. “We were able to put some pressure on them in the first half, and thought our defense really set the tone for the entire game. We were really balanced and everyone contributed. It was nice to see a few other guys score tonight.”

Sam Matheson scored 11 points for Coeur d’Alene (11-9), which hosts Lewiston on Friday to open the 5A Region 1 tournament at 6:30 p.m.

Moscow is 8-13.

Moscow 8 9 14 10 — 41

Coeur d’Alene 24 13 18 11 — 66

MOSCOW — Lopez 0, Stephens 4, Broennecke 3, Johnson 5, Haeder 0, Makamson 4, Rauch-Edwards 9, Smith 3, Postell 4, Pancheri 2, Kitchel 7.

COEUR d’ALENE — Kile 0, Delbridge 0, Leifer 0, Whittaker 13, Matheson 11, Friesz 4, Margo 8, Beggerly 8, Hostetter 0, Johnson 5, Dunteman 7, Bloom 6, Edwards 4.

St. Maries 71

Wallace 67

ST. MARIES — Glover Buell hit 3 of 4 3-pointers and scored 24 points as the host Lumberjacks beat the Miners in nonleague play.

Coy Sands added 15 points and four assists for St. Maries (15-4). Jackson Pritchard made three 3s and added 13 points, Kaden Hammond had seven assists, and Tyler Lohman grabbed nine rebounds and hit two free throws with 10 seconds left to boost the Lumberjacks’ lead to four.

“We had several turnovers in the first half, and in the second half we took a lot better care of the basketball,” St. Maries coach Bryan Chase said.

Erik Brackebusch scored 16 points to lead Wallace (12-6), which plays host to Clark Fork on Friday and visits Kootenai on Saturday to wrap up regular season play.

St. Maries is idle until next week’s 2A District 1-2 tournament at Troy. The top-seeded Lumberjacks begin play Wednesday, facing the winner of Monday’s Grangeville-Orofino game in the first of a best-of-3 series for the district title.

Wallace 15 18 13 21 — 67

St. Maries 28 7 18 18 — 71

WALLACE — Welch 11, Hunter 3, Farkas 8, Brackebusch 16, Gust 13, Bailey 13, Hull 2, Brantz 1.

ST. MARIES — Gibson 2, Bassett 0, Duffield 6, Green 2, Lohman 6, Sands 15, Pritchard 13, Buell 24, Hammond 2.

Lakeside 76

Kootenai 50

PLUMMER — Bryar Sanchez had 15 points, nine rebounds and nine steals for the Knights in a North Star League win over the Warriors at Ron Miller Court.

“They hung with us and our defense wasn’t very good in the first half,” Lakeside coach James Twoteeth said. “Our pressure got to them a little bit in the third quarter and we were able to pull away.”

Kenyon Spottedhorse scored 16 points for Lakeside (12-8, 6-4 NSL), which is off until the 1A Division II District 1 tournament, where the Knights will face Mullan next Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. at Lakeland High.

Gage Maitland scored 20 points for Kootenai (1-17, 1-8), which hosts Wallace on Saturday.

Kootenai 12 10 7 21 — 50

Lakeside 19 17 16 24  — 76

KOOTENAI — J. Usdrowski 8, Maitland 20, Vawter 4, Munson 2, T. Usdrowski 7, Ausman 7, Whipple 0, Little 0, Brewster 0, Carman 0.

LAKESIDE — White 9, Sanchez 15, Higgins 9, Dias 8, Wienclaw 2, Hall 4, Twoteeth 4, Spottedhorse 16, Abuan 5, Fanning 4.

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