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Lakeside works OT for 11th win

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It took overtime, but Lakeside-Plummer earned a North Star League boys basketball victory on the road.

The Knights scored a 41-39 overtime victory at Wallace on Thursday.

The Miners needed a 13-6 run in the fourth quarter to force overtime.

John Keener scored 21 points to lead Lakeside (11-1, 4-0).

Stefan Norris and Craig Birdsong each grabbed nine rebounds for Wallace (4-7, 2-3). Arthur Elwell had 16 points to lead Wallace.

Kootenai 57, Coeur d’Alene Charter 32: At Harrison, the Warriors cranked up their defense in front of a home crowd, holding the visiting Panthers to nine second-half points to earn their first victory of the season. Freshman Justin Thomas stepped up to connect on 4 of 8 shots from the floor and 7 of 8 from the line, leading Kootenai (1-9, 1-2) with 15 points. Nathan Stueckle paced Coeur d’Alene Charter (0-5, 0-4) with 14 points.

Non-league

Patterson puts PR on right track

Jeremy Patterson’s three 3-pointers and 11 first-half points sparked Priest River to a 76-40 victory at Cusick. PR’s Cody Smith had eight rebounds and six assists. The Spartans (6-6) put the defensive clamps on the home team, limiting the Panthers to four second-quarter points. James Nenema paced the Panthers (3-9) with a game-high 14 points.

Potlatch 39, Kellogg 37: L.J. Murray’s layup in the final minute put the visiting Loggers ahead by two and Kellogg missed on three chances to score and force overtime. Tyler Powers’ 10 points paced the Wildcats (7-5). … Noxon (Mont.) 54, Clark Fork 24: The Wampus Cats (1-5) ran into a stifling defense on the road, collecting just two points in the first quarter to trail 14-2.

Idaho girls basketball

Hawks take wing in fourth

Tied after three quarters at Post Falls, Lakeland broke open a see-saw game in the fourth to take a 48-39 Inland Empire League win. The Hawks went on a 19-10 run to the final buzzer. Jessie Bartlett and Brigitte Boucher both scored 11 points to lead Lakeland (10-5, 4-4). Heather Arnone and Jenny McVeigh each had nine points to lead the Trojans (2-13, 0-9).

Non-league

Clark Fork falls a t Noxon

Clark Fork got steamrolled in the fourth quarter at Noxon (Mont.), dropping a 60-49 decision. Rashell Trunnell pulled down 19 rebounds and put up nine points to lead the Wampus Cats (2-7).

Idaho wrestling

St. Maries cashes in

St. Maries grabbed nine of the first 10 matches to earn a 57-24 Intermountain League victory over visiting Timberlake. The Lumberjacks started a string of eight consecutive victories on Kyle Payne’s second-round pin at 119 pounds. In the only match not decided by a pin, Joe LaPlante scored a 3-1 victory over Timberlake’s Matt Anderson.

Washington wrestling

Cheney wins at WV

Cheney won four of the final five matches to earn a 41-32 Greater Spokane League victory at West Valley. Justin Garland started the ball rolling for the Blackhawks by pinning 275-pounder Brett Schoenberger 37 seconds into the first match of the night. Cheney 215-pounder Travis McKenzie capped the night by pinning Nikko Guzman 35 seconds into the final match. Jeff Degenhardt highlighted the night for WV, scoring a 14-11 victory over Keith Parker at 145.

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