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"RATHDRUM — Junior Mel Loutzenhiser scored 15 points and the Lakeland Hawks snapped a 24-game losing streak in 4A Inland Empire League play by beating the Moscow Bears 55-45 in the league opener for both teams Thursday night at Hawk Court. Lauryn Cooper had 11 points, seven rebounds, four assists and three steals for Lakeland (6-7), which last won a league game in the 2011-12 season. The Hawks had beaten Moscow at regionals in the 2014 and ’17 seasons. “I’m just really happy for the girls; they’ve been working pretty hard in practice the last few days,” Lakeland coach Steve Seymour said. “It was nice to see them close it out. Katy Ryan added 10 points and 12 rebounds for Lakeland, which outscored the Bears 9-2 in the second quarter after trailing 13-11 after one. “I was really pleased with our defense the last couple minutes of first quarter, and in the second quarter,” Seymour said. Megan Jung led Moscow with 16 points, and Peyton Claus added 12. Lakeland plays at Coeur d’Alene on Saturday. Moscow 13 2 15 15 — 45 Lakeland 11 9 20 15 — 55 MOSCOW — M. Watson 0, Rauch 2, Verlin 4, Claus 12, P. Watson 1, Anderson 7, Pilcher 0, Jung 16, Buzzoli 3, Hanson 0. LAKELAND — Boyer 2, Cooper 11, Kime 0, Cooley 2, McDevitt 0, Elpers 3, Loutzenhiser 15, Kirk 10, Ryan 6, Pruitt 6, Neff 0." CDA Press Full Article ...

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By CDA Press   On 1/11/2019

"RATHDRUM — Trailing on the road at halftime, the Coeur d’Alene boys basketball turned up the pressure and achieved its desired result. The Vikings outscored host Lakeland 39-22 after intermission to earn a 61-46 nonconference victory on Tuesday night at Hawk Court. “In the third quarter, they put some ball pressure on us and we didn’t execute very well against it,” assistant coach Tyrel Derrick said. “Give them credit, they just competed really hard and we couldn’t match them.” Drew Hostetter led all scorers with 23 points for the Vikings (8-3), who host Lake City in the Fight for the Fish game on Friday night. Devon Johnson added 12 points for CHS. Jalen Skalskiy had 15 points for Lakeland (4-6), which hosts Moscow on Thursday in a key 4A Inland Empire League matchup. Coeur d’Alene 10 12 19 20 — 61 Lakeland 7 17 11 11 — 46 COEUR d’ALENE — Blakeley-Whittaker 8, Johnson 11, Karns 2, Friesz 4, Hostetter 23, Margo 7, Edwards 6. LAKELAND — Taylor 1, Zubaly 7, Seay 6, Munyer 4, Skalskiy 15, Derrick 2, Neilson 9, J. Haaland 2." CDA Press Full Article ...

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By CDA Press   On 1/10/2019

"NAMPA — Roddy Romero (98 pounds), Ridge Lovett (132) and Tyler Morris (160) advanced to the semifinal round for Post Falls, which is third with 116.5 points after the first day of the Roll...

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By CDA Press   On 1/7/2019

" RATHDRUM — Katy Ryan had 14 points and seven rebounds for the Hawks, but the visiting Badgers built an 11-point halftime lead and held on for the nonleague win at Hawk Court. “Defensively we were reactionary instead of being more proactive in the first quarter,” Lakeland coach Steve Seymour said. “And we were not very sharp in the second quarter in trying to find some answers. But we played a great third quarter.” Lauryn Cooper had five assists for Lakeland (4-6), which returns to action next Thursday and Friday at the Eagle Holiday Classic in at West Valley High. Holly Ansley scored 11 points, Emily Blackmore 10 for Bonners Ferry. Bonners Ferry 18 9 9 9 — 45 Lakeland 14 2 12 9 — 37 BONNERS FERRY — Blackmore 10, Liermann 2, Jackson 8, Pluid 9, Ansley 11, Villelli 4, Pinkerton 0. LAKELAND — Boyer 2, Cooper 3, Kime 0, Cooley 0, McDevitt 0, Elpers 5, Loutzenhiser 2, Kirk 7, Ryan 14, Pruitt 2, Neff 2."   Full Article ...

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By CDA Press   On 1/7/2019

"RATHDRUM — Josh Stellflug hit 4 of 5 3-pointers and finished with 16 points as the visiting Lake City Timberwolves beat the Lakeland Hawks 60-55 in nonleague play Saturday at Hawk Court. Seth Hanson and Jack Kiesbuy each hit a pair of 3-pointers for Lake City (2-9), and finished with 15 and 14 points, respectively. “Give Lake City a lot of credit,” Lakeland assistant coach Tyrel Derrick said. “Coach (Jim) Winger did a good job changing defenses. And they executed well, did a good job in transition defense, and that hurt us in our flow.” Lake City shot 58 percent (19 of 33) from the field, including 9 of 17 from 3-point range. Ben Zubaly scored a game-high 19 points for Lakeland (4-5), and Noah Haaland grabbed 10 rebounds. Lakeland plays host to Coeur d’Alene on Tuesday. Lake City visits Coeur d’Alene on Friday for the Fight for the Fish spirit game. Lake City 15 13 14 18 — 60 Lakeland 13 13 10 19 — 55 LAKE CITY — Stellflug 16, Janke 4, Kiesbuy 14, Spellman 3, Sallis 0, Hanson 15, Sundstrom 7, Brum 1. LAKELAND — Taylor 11, Zubaly 19, Seay 8, Munyer 6, N. Haaland 5, Strietzel 0, Derrick 0, Neilson 0, J. Haaland 6."   Full Article ...

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By CDA Press   On 1/7/2019

"RATHDRUM — Josh Neilson scored 23 points and Josiah Haaland had 12 points and 12 rebounds for the Lakeland Hawks in a 62-59 win over the Lewiston Bengals in a nonleague game on Thursday at...

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By CDA Press   On 1/7/2019

" RATHDRUM — Mel Loutzenhiser scored 13 points and the Hawks hung tough with the Bengals before falling in nonleague play at Hawk Court. Alaina Pruitt stepped into the starting lineup and added six points and 10 rebounds for Lakeland (5-8). Katy Ryan had eight points and eight rebounds. Lauryn Cooper had five assists. “I was pleased with much of what we did tonight,” Lakeland coach Steve Seymour said. “Mel had a nice game offensively (despite missing a chunk of the second quarter after taking a Lewiston pass off the nose). I thought we handled pressure better tonight.” Kendyll Kinzer of Lewiston, who has signed with Fresno State, led all scorers with 27 points. Caitlin Richardson added 15 points for the Bengals. “She did a realy good job of being opportunistic and crashing the glass,” Seymour said, “and had some putbacks when there wasn’t a body put on her.” Lakeland plays host to Lake City on Saturday. Lewiston 16 12 16 18 — 62 Lakeland 12 12 12 11 — 47 LEWISTON — Collins 0, Wells 2, Bausch 0, Kinzer 27, Johnson 1, Ortiz 7, Eke 4, Taylor 6, Richardson 15. LAKELAND — Boyer 6, Cooper 5, Kime 5, Cooley 0, McDevitt 0, Loutzenhiser 13, Kirk 1, Ryan 8, Pruitt 6, Neff 3."   Full Article ...

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By CDA Press   On 1/7/2019

" RATHDRUM — Klaire Mitchell had 13 points and six steals and Dejah Wilson had six steals to set a school record with 79 on the season, and the Lake City Timberwolves beat the Lakeland Hawks 64-17 on Saturday in nonleague play at Hawk Court. “We jumped on them early and came into the game preparing for the Fish game and didn’t call anything from the sideline,” Lake City coach James Anderson said. “We let Chloe (Teets) call everything from the court and she did a great job of getting us into what we needed to do.” Lake City (13-2) travels to Lewiston on Tuesday. Katy Ryan had seven rebounds and six blocked shots for Lakeland (5-9), which plays host to Moscow on Thursday to open 4A Inland Empire League play. “She played pretty good post defense,” Lakeland coach Steve Seymour said. “And we had 19 first-half turnovers against very good pressure. Once Lake City gets two or three turnovers, the spark turns into a flame.” Lake City 22 13 20 9 — 64 Lakeland 1 6 4 6 — 17 LAKE CITY — Pickford 0, Avery 6, Muehlhausen 8, Mitchell 13, Teets 9, Rieken 10, Littman 0, Wilson 7, Rewers 6, Hawkins 5. LAKELAND — Boyer 1, Cooper 0, Kime 1, Cooley 0, McDevitt 0, Elpers 4, Loutzenhiser 6, Ryan 3, Pruitt 2, Neff 0."   Full Article ...

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By CDA Press   On 1/7/2019

" COEUR d’ALENE — It wasn’t the way Coeur d’Alene coach Tony Hanna wanted to close out a game, but it will go down as a win none the less. Drew Hostetter hit a pair of free throws with eight seconds remaining to give the Vikings a 51-47 lead. Coeur d’Alene was called for a technical foul with 1.8 seconds remaining, and Lakeland’s Jalen Skalskiy made two free throws to cut the deficit to 2 before a shot by Lakeland came up short at the buzzer as the Vikings held off the Hawks 51-49 in a nonleague game at Viking Court on Tuesday. “In the first half, we held them to 13 points and did a good job defensively,” Hanna said. “(Josh) Neilson scored 11 of his 18 points in the third quarter, and we just kind of held on. We tried to control the ball at the end of the game, and they had a chance to win. It’s not necessarily the way you want to close a game, but it’s a win. Lakeland battled. When they get momentum going, they can score in a hurry. The really put the pressure on us.” Hostetter scored 18 points for Coeur d’Alene (3-2), which travels to Big Sky of Missoula, Mont., on Thursday. Neilson scored 18 points for Lakeland (3-4), which hosts Lewiston on Jan. 3. Lakeland 8 5 23 13 — 49 Coeur d’Alene 12 11 17 11 — 51 LAKELAND — Taylor 8, Seay 6, Munyer 0, N. Haaland 2, Skalskiy 13, Neilson 18, J. Haaland 2. COEUR d’ALENE — Whittaker 6, Johnson 5, Karns 0, Friesz 0, King 7, Hostetter 18, Margo 3, Edwards 12."   See Full Article CDA Press ...

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By CDA Press   On 12/19/2018

" RATHDRUM — McKeeley Tonkin scored 19 points and Taryn Soumas added 17 as the visiting Timberlake Tigers broke on top early en route to a 55-41 victory over the Lakeland Hawks in nonleague play Tuesday night at Hawk Court. “We just had a hard time with dribble penetration,” Lakeland coach Steve Seymour said. “They made some pretty tough shots look easy. Their two guards, Tonkin and Soumas, are just tough off the dribble, so you’re kind of picking your poison, staying with the posts or helping. Brooke Jessen added 14 points for Timberlake (9-1) “We saw some good things there,” Seymour said. “I think some of us realized at the end we were capable of making it a closer game than it was.” Lauryn Cooper hit four 3-pointers and finished with 12 points and five rebounds for Lakeland (4-5). “Lauryn Cooper shot the ball well,” Seymour said. “She’s been passing more than shooting, which we’ve asked her to, and a couple days ago we said we need for you to score some more points, and I thought she competed well.” Katy Ryan added 10 points and six rebounds for Lakeland. On Friday, Timberlake plays host to Sandpoint, and Lakeland is home vs. Bonners Ferry. Timberlake 15 14 18 8 — 55 Lakeland 7 9 14 11 — 41 TIMBERLAKE — Tonkin 19, Soumas 17, Hammond 0, Carhart 0, Jessen 14, Willis 5, Suko 0, Kronenberg 0, Sande 0. LAKELAND — Boyer 0, Cooper 12, Kime 0, Elpers 4, Loutzenhiser 7, Kirk 4, Ryan 10, Pruitt 2, Neff 2."   See Full Article CDA Press ...

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By CDA Press   On 12/19/2018
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