As of Tuesday, December 4, 2018
Nezperce denies SRHS
The Salmon River girls got 12 points apiece from Lotus Harper and Chevelle Shepherd, but Nezperce won the girls game 49-39 last Saturday, Dec. 1, on 14 points apiece from Sydney Boyer and Hannah Stapleton. Caitlyn Cronce added 13 for Nezperce, including a 7-for-7 night at the free throw line.
Mangun, Schilling lead CV; Genesee prevails
Clearwater Valley’s Kaitlyn Mangun (14 points) and Kadance Schilling (10) provided Clearwater Valley’s scoring punch, but Genesee made seven three-pointers in a 69-46 win last Saturday night, Dec. 1, the Lewiston Tribune reported.
Brown erupts for 24 against Kamiah
Kendrick’s Mya Brown scored 24 points and Kamiah’s Jasmine Oatman led Kamiah with eight last Saturday night, Dec. 1, as the Tigers built and maintained an early lead for a 55-41 win.
Pirates plunder Potlatch
A 72-8 Prairie win over Potlatch last Friday night, Nov. 30, featured 35 steals by the Pirates, the Lewiston Tribune reported. Jordyn Higgins scored 16 points and Madison Shears (13), Kristyna Krogh (12) and India Peery (10) all had double-figures.
Kendrick tops Summit
Summit’s Taylor Lustig notched 12 of Summit’s 30 points, but Kendrick’s Tigers scored 43 last Friday night, Nov. 29, to net their third Whitepine League lower division win of the season.
SRHS thumps Orofino
Behind Chevelle Shepherd’s 15 points and Lotus Harper’s 13, Salmon River beat Orofino 52-30 last Thursday night, Nov. 29, the Lewiston Tribune reported.
Rams blast Highland
Alicia Reuben (17 points) and Kadance Schilling (13) both tallied double-digit totals as Clearwater Valley beat Highland 55-38 last Thursday night, Nov. 29.
GHS clips Lapwai again
With a late layup by Molly DeFord, who happened to be the final link in a chain of passes in transition Nov. 27, Grangeville beat Lapwai 58-57, the Lewiston Tribune reported, GHS swept the season series against the Wildcats for the first time in an aeon.
Paige Lindsley scored a team-high 17 points, and Camden Barger (14) and Bailey Vanderwall (11) also scored double-digits.
Logos holds off Summit
Taylor Lustig scored 16 points and Jade Prigge added 10, but Logos held on to beat Summit 41-40 last Tuesday night, Nov. 27.
PHS quartet keys blowout of Genesee
Jordyn Higgins (15 points), India Peery (14), Alexis Hiler (12) and Ciara Chaffee (11) powered Prairie’s 68-30 push past Genesee Nov. 27.
Troy beats Kamiah
Irene Popp paced Kamiah with 10 points, and the Kubs held Troy without a double-digit scorer, but the Trojans nevertheless prevailed 38-28 on Nov. 27.
Coming up this week
The Salmon River girls are set to host Nezperce at 6 p.m. MT Friday night, Dec. 7. Their next game is scheduled for 6 p.m. MT Dec. 11 at Meadows. The SRHS boys have boys set to follow both nights.
The Clearwater Valley girls are set to host Potlatch at 6 p.m. Friday night, Dec. 7.
The Prairie girls are set to visit Grangeville for the annual Idaho County Shootout showcase game Friday night, Dec. 7. They are scheduled to tip off at 6 p.m., with the boys to follow. Prairie is set to host a home quad against Troy starting at 1 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 8, with varsity play penciled to begin with the girls at 4 p.m. and the boys to follow. The PHS girls are set to host a key league game against Lapwai next Tuesday, Dec. 11.
After the 6 p.m. Dec. 7 “shootout” against Prairie, the Grangeville girls are scheduled to host Colton at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 11.
Kamiah is scheduled to host Genesee Dec. 8, and Summit has games slated Dec. 6 against Nezperce and Dec. 8 at Deary.