January 10, 2014 in Sports

Crusaders’ win streak reaches 13

 

Gymnastics

Schlosser leads Mead to victory

 Mead’s Jenna Schlosser swept all four events to win the all-around as the host Panthers (171.75 points) outdistanced Central Valley (167.5), University (154.125), Ferris (147.075) and North Central (139.6) in a Greater Spokane League meet on Thursday night.

 Schlosser posted scores of 8.85 on the bars, 9.425 on the beam and 9.45 on both the floor and vault for the winning score of 37.175.

 Shelby Kantner of Ferris placed third in the beam (9.15) and took second in the all-around with a 35.3.

Rachel Bozlee scored 15 points and Courtney Gray added 13 points and nine rebounds as undefeated Northwest Christian owned the middle quarters to win its 13th in a row with a nonleague victory over visiting Lakeland on Thursday night.

The Hawks (3-10) were led by Kelly Ramus’ game-high 16 points and 13 rebounds.

Crusaders standout Treasure Farmer (shoulder injury) started the game but played for 45 seconds and was unable to continue.

Kellogg JV 39, Kootenai 34 (OT): The Wildcats rallied from an eight-point halftime deficit to force the extra period and outscored the host Warriors 7-2 in overtime for the victory.

Katey Mae McInturff, who led Kootenai with 11 points, split a pair of late free throws to force overtime but the hosts couldn’t connect in overtime, going 0 for 9 from the floor.

Coeur d’Alene Charter 45, Clark Fork 32: The Panthers defeated the Wampus Cats in a nonleague game. No other details were reported.

Intermountain

Priest River 44, Timberlake 38: The Spartans rallied with a strong third quarter to beat the Tigers at Spirit Lake.

Katlyn Summers led the Spartans (7-5, 2-0) with 18 points, while Jessica Norlander topped the Tigers (7-6, 2-1) with 16.

North Star

Wallace 49, Lakeside 40: Jordan Brown scored 10 points and pulled in 15 rebounds as the host Miners (8-2, 3-0) defeated the Knights (1-2, 3-8).

Sam Woody added 12 points and Emily Nelson collected 12 rebounds for the Miners in the win.

Boys

Kootenai 50, Kellogg JV 10: Anthony Ausman recorded a double-double with 10 points and 12 rebounds as the host Warriors cruised past the Wildcats’ JV squad.

Jake Pfieffer added 10 for Kootenai in the win.


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