Summit girls win three games
Summit Academy’s varsity girls team added three more wins to their record this past week, raising their season record to 10 and 1, their one loss being to Meadows Valley in the back in the third game of the season 34 to 33.Amber Nuxoll takes a pass in the low post from Cori Wemhoff, 13.
Playing host Culdesac last Tuesday evening, the lady Patriots found themselves behind 10 to 8 in the first and 20 to 17 at the half, but outscoring the host wolves 13 to 7 in the third, and playing them to a 12 to 12 tie in the 4th, they managed to fashion a 42 to 39 win in a very competitive battle. Emily Rehder and Cori Wemhoff led the scoring for the Patriots, each scoring 14 in the contest, while Elaine Rehder with six, Alexa Prigge with 5, and Lauren Wemhoff with three rounded out the scoring.
In the Preliminary JV game, the host Wolves managed a 25 to 20 win over the young Patriots, with Alyssa Frei providing most of the firepower at the net with seven, while Jeanie Goeckner with five, and Lynn Rehder, Jacquie Lustig, Lauren Chmelik, and Kelli Shears each added two.
The next evening, Wednesday, found the Patriots traveling to Lewiston to take on the Lewiston Sophomores there. Again the local girls found themselves in a tight battle throughout the early stages of the game, with scores of 6 to 6 at the end of the first, 11 to 9 Summit at the half, but behind 22 to 23 when the final horn ended the third. Lauren Wemhoff’s five matched by the same from Emily Rehder, and four from Elaine Rehder in the fourth fueled the Patriot 18 point final quarter however, and the Patriot ladies ended the evening with their ninth win of the season, 40 to 34. In addition to the nine totals scored by the two Rehder’s and Lauren Wemhoff, Cori Wemhoff added eight, and Alexa Prigge added five to close out the scoring. Danielle Parker with 11 set the pace for the Lewiston squad.
Monday evening at Prairie High School, the Patriot girls hosted a rematch with the Lapwai JV squad, a team they had edged in overtime at Lapwai earlier in the season, Being Cori Wemhoff’s best game of the season, the Patriots pulled out to an early lead, and rolled to a relatively easy 46 to 33 win. Prigge added 11 to help the Summit cause, and led all rebounders on the boards with eight, while Elaine Rehder, playing her last home game for Summit, added eight, Amber Nuxoll tossed in four as did Emily Rehder, and Lauren Wemhoff dropped in one free throw to close the scoring. T. Andrews hit on four treys to lead all Wildcat scorers with 14.
Tuesday evening, the Summit girls and boys varsities travel to Riggins to take on Salmon River there is an evening doubleheader, then next week will go to Timberline to tackle the Spartan varsities there.

Summit boys win twice
Summit’s boys added two wins to their season record this past week, posting easy wins over the Lewiston Sophomores last Wednesday, and an equally easy win over the Lapwai JV’s here in Cottonwood Monday evening.
Dylan Greene drives downcourt against the Lapwai JVs.At Lewiston, Dylan Greene had the hot hand for the Patriots, hitting on 10 to 13 field goal attempts, one a trey to start off the game, to finish with 22 points, while Brandon Rehder’s four of nine shooting produced 13 points, and Shane Wemhoff hit on six of 14 to add 12 to the cause. Ben Kuther with 2, Stephen Spencer with 3, Jacob Uhlenkott with 1, and Mark Uhlenkott with 2 closed out the scoring for the Patriots.
Score by quarters in the game, with Summit’s first; 22-5; 32-11, 44-23, and 55 to 31 to end the game.
Monday evening, the Patriot boys again roared out to an early 16 to 12 lead in the first, widened the score to 29 to 19 at the half, then continued to outscore the visiting Wildcats during the second half to pick up their seventh win of the season. Shane Wemhoff had his best game of the season, hitting on 12 of 20 field goal attempts. Two from three point range, and 4 of 5 from the line to finish with 30, while Greene with 15, Rehder with 6, Jacob Uhlenkott with 6, two each from Zach Frei and Stephen Spencer, and one from Ben Uhlenkott closed out the scoring. Wemhoff also added eight steals and four rebounds during the game with Jacob Uhlenkott leading the effort on the boards with seven.
Next action for the boys is a rematch with Salmon River there on Wednesday and a trip to Timberline next Tuesday to take on their varsity there.

Patriot Junior High boys win two
Competing in Lapwai’s annual “For the Love of the Game” tourneys the past two weekends, Summit’s junior high girls, with reduced players due absence and injury, dropped all four of their tourney games to teams representing 8th grades from surrounding schools and AAU teams. Players Kim Frei, Mary Shears, Jennifer and Rachel Wemhoff, Jamie Chmelik, Vicki Schlader and Tara Stubbers played well during the tourney, but found themselves outmatched by older and more experienced teams. Eighth grader Brianne Stubbers played only a bit in the first game, but had no withdraw from competition because of a hand injury.
The following weekend, the Patriot junior high boys traveled to the same tourney, but played only two games, winning both by handy margins, posting a 44 to 21 win over a Genessee team, and a 35 to 21 victory over a Lewiston AAU team called the”Irish.”
Dylan Prigge scored 25 points in the two contests, with Dustin Lustig adding 16, Chase Nuxoll 15, Josh Frei 3, David Johnson 7, and Beau Schlader 11, Joseph Lustig played well during the games, pulling down several rebound, but was not able to break into the scoring column.

Summit home basketball schedule
Home games involving Summit Academy boys and girls varsity & JV basketball:

Monday, Jan. 31, 5:30 p.m., PMS Gym
Pullman Christian vs. boys varsity, 1 game

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