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T-Wolves Dump Bulldogs

Sun., Jan. 11, 1998, midnight

Lake City rolled to a 61-39 girls Border League basketball win over Sandpoint on Saturday night.

Lindsay Herbert scored a game-high 16 points and added four assists and five steals for the T-Wolves (15-0 overall, 10-0 league).

Chrissy Ross scored 12 for the Bulldogs (3-12, 1-10).

Lake City 61, Sandpoint 39

Sandpoint 4 14 13 8 - 39

Lake City 17 17 11 16 - 61

SANDPOINT - Allmaras 9, Verby 0, Bymaster 1, Ward 3, Cargill 10, Ross 12, Jensen 2, James 2. LAKE CITY - Hayes 3, Hawn 4, Kendrick 0, Bro 4, Herbert 16, McCabe 10, Dodge 12, Asher 6, Stern 6.

Post Falls 52, Coeur d’Alene 47

The overall efforts of Janelle Ruen pushed the Trojans (9-5, 7-4) past the Vikings (3-10, 2-7) in a Border League girls game at Post Falls.

Ruen ended the game with 15 points, eight rebounds, six assists and six steals. She shot 5 of 10 from the field and 5 of 7 from the foul line.

Coeur d’Alene 5 17 16 9 - 47

Post Falls 12 13 18 9 - 52

COEUR d’ALENE - Lenz 4, Stranger 5, Vig 4, Ruiz 10, Tatum 2, Allowatt 4, Davis 22.POST FALLS - Eberle 12, Billetz 9, Mills 0, Brown 2, Foster 2, Edmonds 2, Holland 7, Swanstrom 3, Ruen 15.

West Valley 64, Lewiston 56

Gabby McClintock’s 11 of 15 shooting from the foul line, along with Vanessa Parvey’s fourth-quarter free throws put a halt to the Bengals (6-8, 6-4) at West Valley as the Eagles improved to 6-5, 4-3.

Lewiston 5 15 11 25 - 56

West Valley 15 16 11 22 - 64

LEWISTON - Gill 0, Zobel 4, Scharnhorst 2, Sullivan 10, Roberts 8, Boling 0, Wagner 20, Bausch 4, Ostheller 4, Presnell 4.

WEST VALLEY - Hilsabeck 2, Groh 13, McClintock 19, Huffman 4, Holstrom 11, Pedey 0, Parvey 9, Vermeers 6.

Intermountain league

Lakeland 49, St. Maries 24

The Lumberjacks (3-10, 1-4) shot 0 of 15 in the first half, helping the Hawks (4-7, 2-2) win at St. Maries.

Lakeland 13 15 9 12 - 49

Saint Maries 0 4 11 9 - 24

LAKELAND - Foldvik 6, Douglas 16, Smith 2, Burstein 2, DeBoer 0, Campbell 4, Houchin 1, Waller 2, Egbert 4, Berger 8, Duvall 4.ST. MARIES - Harpole 0, Cuvala 0, Holdahl 8, Boyd 4, Bond 2, Allen 1, Osier 0, Nelson 4, Gibson 5, Kunkel 0.

Moscow 49, Bonners Ferry 37

In Bonners Ferry, Amber Matthews scored 17 points to lead the Bears (10-2, 3-0) past the Badgers (10-2, 3-1).

Moscow 12 15 8 14 - 49

Bonners Ferry 9 6 8 14 - 37

MOSCOW - Allen 2, T.Goetz 2, Bonine 2, Lathen 2, Thomas 8, Thornton 0, Workman 6, Matthews 17, Davidson 0, C.Goetz 6, Prisbrey 4.BONNERS FERRY - Walter 11, Day 0, Ashby 2, Stolley 0, Maas 0, Braniff 6, Carey 0, Larson 0, Paulson 16, Robertson 0, Bateman 2.

North Star league

Clark Fork 53, Mullan 22

The Wampus Cats’ defense stole the ball 19 times to run over the Tigers (4-7, 0-3) at Clark Fork (7-5, 1-1).

Mullan 2 7 3 10 - 22

Clark Fork 14 15 12 12 - 53

MULLAN - Winstead 2, Autio 5, Elwood 8, Garitone 2, Pyatak 0, Haas 3, Hoven 2.CLARK FORK - Ruen 2, Miller 14, Manderscheid 5, Scofield 4, Dugan 4, Saunders 4, Decker 2, Hess 14, McDaniels 4.

Non-league

Kootenai 61, N.I. Christian 13

Annie Goodson scored 14 points and reserve Janelle Scheffelmaier had 16 rebounds to lead the Warriors (6-5, 2-1).

North Idaho Christian 2 2 5 4 - 13

Kootenai 30 6 15 10 - 61

NORTH IDAHO CHRISTIAN - Simpkin 0, Doresch 0, Dunning 10, Boudro 1, Lambert 0, Mason 0, Remmick 0, Short 0, A.Grisham 0, L.Grisham2.

KOOTENAI - S.Kraack 2, Reinhardt 8, Andersen 0, Bornitz 8, Goodson 14, M.Kraack 9, Damiano 4, C.Schlepp 2, Donohoe 4, Scheffelmaier 10.

Lakeside 56, Kellogg 25

Lakeside had 27 steals in the win at Kellogg (3-6). Michelle Kelley and Angela Flint accounted for 12 of the steals for Lakeside (10-3) while Sunni Jo Mullen and Mary Colar each grabbed 10 rebounds.

Kellogg 2 12 6 5 - 25

Lakeside 10 17 14 15 - 56

KELLOGG - Baillie 7, Magnus 3, Burkgart 3, Vork 1, Mann 0, Stevens 6, Hoeck 1, Grebil 3, Delcomte 0, Hunt 1.

LAKESIDE (PLUMMER, IDA) - Flint 17, McPeak 0, Mi.Middleton 7, Scott 2, Colar 6, Ma.Middleton 8, Kelley 5, Fuchs 6, Mullen 5.

Boys

Intermountain league

Moscow 57, Bonners Ferry 44

At Bonners Ferry, the Bears’ smothering defense forced the Badgers into 25 turnovers.

Kirby Brown and Russ Cosgrove combined to score 31 points for the Bears (7-1 overall, 3-0 league). The Badgers (3-7, 0-3) hit only 13 of 31 from the field.

Moscow 16 11 12 18 - 57

Bonners Ferry 6 14 5 19 - 44

MOSCOW - Brown 16, Reynolds 4, Comstock 2, Nelson 4, Busch 5, Cosgrove 15, Walter 0, Gilmore 4, Shupe 3, Westberg 4.

BONNERS FERRY - Winey 4, Clark 5, Bateman 9, Brush 0, Blanford 0, Barry 2, Baker 2, Rice 9, Zimmerman 3, Merrill 10.

Non-league

Post Falls 62, Kellogg 53

The Wildcats (4-5) dominated the second half until the Trojans came back late in the fourth and Josh Miller hit a 3-pointer for the Trojans to send the game into overtime.

Nick Meeks scored 15 for the Trojans (6-4) including a 3-pointer in overtime and was 5 of 6 from the free-throw line.

Post Falls 14 10 12 14 12 - 62

Kellogg 14 21 4 11 3 - 53

POST FALLS - Klaudt 0, Meeks 15, Quesnell 18, Christiansen 0, Fehling 4, Therrian 2, Miller 13, Leary 2, Thornley 8.KELLOGG - Co.Lewis 7, Blalack 2, Mangum 3, C.Marek 9, Bircher 9, Carlson 14, Vetten 9, Neff 0.

St. Maries 66, Grangeville 53

Derick Driggs made 9 of 15 from the field and 4 of 6 from the free throw line as the hot-shooting Lumberjacks (5-3) surpassed Grangeville at St. Maries.

Grangeville 5 14 14 20 - 53

Saint Maries 17 12 12 25 - 66

GRANGEVILLE - Tracy 2, Frei 12, Link 20, Wassmuth 7, Dean 7, Fehlman 2, Church 3.

ST. MARIES - Krebs 12, Duffey 2, Willard 6, DJEberlan 4, Driggs 22, Holdahl 3, Raebel 17.

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