February 1, 1998 in Sports

Bears Win Iml Again

 

There’s more than luck behind Moscow’s Nos. 7 and 11.

Amber Matthews had 11 rebounds and Moscow hit 11 fourth-quarter free throws Saturday to defeat visiting Bonners Ferry 53-41 and claim its seventh consecutive Intermountain League girls basketball title.

Anna Allen added 16 points and seven rebounds, and Tami Goetz totaled six assists for the A-2 second-ranked Bears (15-3, 8-0). Amber Paulson of the fifth-ranked Badgers (13-4, 5-2) scored 28, hitting 12 of 19 from the floor.

Moscow 53, Bonners Ferry 41

Bonners Ferry 11 15 6 9 - 41

Moscow 14 12 8 19 - 53

BONNERS FERRY - Walter 6, Day 0, Ashby 4, Stolley 0, Braniff 1, Carey 2, Paulson 28, Robertson 0, Bateman 0.

MOSCOW - Allen 16, T.Goetz 8, Bonine 2, Lathen 0, Thomas 5, Thornton 0, Workman 0, Matthews 9, Davidson 0, C.Goetz 13, Prisbrey 0.

Lakeland 54, St. Maries 26

Tina Foldvik had five steals and hit 4 of 9 from the floor as the Hawks (7-9, 5-3) defeated the visiting Lumberjacks (4-14, 1-6) at Rathdrum.

Angie Campbell added six assists and Sarah DeBoer six rebounds for third-place Lakeland.

St. Maries 11 6 1 8 - 26

Lakeland 21 16 14 3 - 54

ST. MARIES - Harpole 2, Cuvala 2, Holdahl 7, Boyd 4, Bond 0, Allen 0, Wolfe 0, Osier 2, Nelson 5, Gibson 4, Kunkel 0.

LAKELAND - Foldvik 11, Douglas 12, Smith 0, Burstein 0, DeBoer 0, Campbell 4, Houchin 0, Waller 5, Egbert 6, Duvall 6, Berger 10.

Border League

Lake City 58, Clarkston 41

Laura Dodge hit 7 of 9 field goals to lead a 25-for-48 effort as the A-1 top-ranked Timberwolves (20-0, 16-0) completed their regular season by defeating the host Bantams (1-13, 0-12).

Alison Asher and Lindsay Herbert combined for 20 rebounds, and Kelli Kendrick and Kelley McCabe had four steals apiece for LC.

Lake City 11 18 13 16 - 58

Clarkston 10 15 7 9 - 41

LAKE CITY - Hayes 0, Hawn 2, Kendrick 3, Bro 1, Herbert 15, McCabe 4, Dodge 15, Asher 15, Stern 3.

CLARKSTON - Blankinship 8, Smith 2, Jones 3, Tucker 7, Murray 1, Strohbehn 0, Blake 0, Johnson 2, Pavey 2, Rodgers 3, Haight 13.

North Star League

Lakeside 47, Fal.Christian 17

Mary Kolar totaled 11 rebounds and five steals as the A-4 fourth-ranked Knights (15-3, 7-0) defeated the visiting Eagles (7-11, 4-4) to clinch the league title and an automatic state berth.

Lakeside finished with 38 steals.

Falls Christian 5 4 4 4 - 17

Lakeside 13 16 5 13 - 47

FALLS CHRISTIAN - Johnson 0, Reed 0, Williams 4, Jackson 9, Gelnette 0, Moate 4, Taylor 0, M.Jenkins 0, Coy 0.

LAKESIDE - Flint 7, McPeak 0, Mi.Middleton 6, Kolar 10, Ma.Middleton 9, Kelly 9, Fuchs 0, Mullen 6.

Great Northern League

Pullman 57, Medical Lake 34

Christa Brossman scored eight first-quarter points and Ali Johnston had nine rebounds as the visiting Greyhounds (7-6, 3-5) defeated the Cardinals (3-11, 0-8).

Jessica Ramirez had 11 rebounds for ML, which shot 25 percent from the floor.

Pullman 13 14 15 15 - 57

Medical Lake 6 8 6 14 - 34

PULLMAN - Brossman 16, Umbreit 5, Mirkovich 4, Keck 0, Pedersen 8, Paulson 3, Rydbom 4, Curry 6, Johnston 8, Pollastro 3, Couch 0.

MEDICAL LAKE - Muelken 3, Biggs 5, Blayne 0, French 0, Erickson 1, Monroe 4, Ramirez 12, Simmons 2, B.Knapp 7.

Northeast A League

Colfax 68, Kettle Falls 30

Laura Widman scored 12 of her 22 in the first quarter, hitting 5 of 5 field goals on the way to a 10-for-14 effort, as the Bulldogs (8-8, 3-0) defeated the visitors, also the Bulldogs (5-11, 0-3).

Kettle Falls 0 10 12 8 - 30

Colfax 24 19 12 13 - 68

KETTLE FALLS - Holland 2, Schneider 0, Madlin 0, Fredrickson 5, Azzarito 4, Bruce 2, Link 15, Newton 0, McDaniels 0, Graves 2.

COLFAX - Ochs 0, Li.Widman 3, Pittman 10, Mellor 8, Hall 0, K.VanTine 2, B.VanTine 7, McPherson 2, Rohner 8, La.Widman 22, Cocking 5, Baldree 1.

Boys basketball

Border League

Clarkston 57, Lake City 47

The host Bantams (4-10, 3-9) rallied in the fourth quarter to knock the Timberwolves (9-8, 6-7) from a tie for fourth place into sixth.

Lake City 16 7 11 13 - 47

Clarkston 11 4 18 24 - 57

LAKE CITY - Hern 14, Bramlet 7, Reiswig 1, Lenz 4, Barlow 10, Schuh 2, Nipp 5, Rod 0, Stroh 0, Everson 0, Thiringer 4.

CLARKSTON - Nielson 7, Olson 17, Norland 0, Tucker 2, Blankinship 7, Fuchs 0, Harrington 16, Cummings 4, Cridlebaugh 2, Hayes 2.

IML

St. Maries 68, Pr.River 50

Mark Raebel scored 22, and he and Trent Duffey combined for 14 fourth-quarter points to help the visiting Lumberjacks (10-4, 4-1) defeat the Spartans (5-8, 1-4).

PR’s Kevin Behnke had 10 rebounds, giving him 12 games with double figures in scoring and rebounding.

St. Maries 18 13 12 25 - 68

Priest River 7 21 9 13 - 50

ST. MARIES - Krebs 7, Duffey 15, Willard 7, D.J. Eberlin 2, P. Eberlin 0, Stevenson 6, Driggs 7, Ware 0, Holdahl 2, Raebel 22.

PRIEST RIVER - Bodecker 5, Baker 6, Ackley 4, Meek 0, Behnke 16, Kershaw 4, Zmuda 8, White 1, Bryson 6.

Wrestling

IML

Priest River 35, Moscow 33

Josh Queen increased his record to 18-0, 14 by pins, with a final-match pin at 275 pounds to lift the Spartans (6-3, 2-0) over the visiting Bears.

Priest River’s Lucas Blaine (145) increased his record to 15-0, 13 by pins, with a second-round pin. Steve Lamb (112) and Jake Hatfield (135) picked up major decisions for the Spartans. Moscow’s Brian Basinger (140) scored an 8-3 decision over Kenny Laird, whom he lost to in double overtime earlier this year.

, DataTimes


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