Pirates edge Sitka
The Prairie Pirates took a 10-point lead at halftime and held on for a 67-64 win over Sitka, Alaska, Wednesday, Dec. 13 at Kendrick.
The Pirates attempted 53 free throws to just 7 for Sitka, but converted just 28 of those which kept the game as close as it was. Sitka was whistled for 33 fouls compared to just 13 against the Pirates.
Prairie took a 19-13 lead after the first quarter and extended the lead to 39-29 at halftime. It was 55-47 after 3 quarters.
The Pirates had a 16 point lead at one point in the game.
David Sigler led the Pirates with 24 points while Corey Schaeffer scored 14 and Tyler Forsmann and J.D. Riener had 10 each.  Kyle Daly added 5 points and Nate Kaschmitter and Ryan Daly had 2 each.
Sitka   13 16 18 17 -64
Prairie 19 20 16 12 -67
Prairie-Kaschmitter 0, 2-2, 2; K. Daly 1, 2-3, 5; Holthaus 0, 0-0, 0; Forsmann 4, 2-2, 10; Schaeffer 4, 6-12, 14; David Sigler 5, 12-19, 24; R. Daly 1, 0-2, 2; Daniel Sigler 0, 0-0, 0; Waller 0, 0-0, 0; Riener 3, 4-13, 10. 3-pointers-David Sigler 2, K. Daly.
Sitka-Rivera 3, 0-0, 6; Hanson 2, 0-0, 4; McCarty 0, 0-2, 0; Calhoun 9, 1-3, 21; Peters 4, 0-0, 8; Staton 0, 0-0, 0; Espalata 1, 0-0, 2; Mathson 5, 0-0, 10; Venneberg 5, 1-2, 11; Peres 1, 0-0, 2. 3-pointers-Calhoun 2.

Pirates defeat Horseshoe Bend by 12
A 12-2 run to end the first half helped Prairie take control of the game and go on to defeat Horseshoe Bend 62-50 Friday, Dec. 15 during the Prairie Christmas Tournament.J.D. Riener scores a reverse lay-up against Horseshoe Bend.
Prairie fell behind early 2-5 and 4-7 but a pair of free throws by J.D. Riener and a lay-up by David Sigler put Prairie ahead 8-7.
After the Mustangs tied it with a free throw, Prairie finished the quarter with a 7-2 run..
Corey Schaeffer started it with a baseline jumper and Sigler followed with a driving lay-up. 
After a Horseshoe Bend basket, Sigler finished the quarter with a 3-point to make it 15-10 at the break.
Through the first 3 minutes of the second quarter the teams traded scores with the Mustangs shaving a point off the lead at 20-16 with 5:20 left. Prairie then went on their half-closing scoring run.
Nate Kaschmitter scored a fast-break lay-up ignited by a Tyler Forsmann defensive rebound. Forsmann then scored a putback to make it 24-16.
Horseshoe Bend connected on a pair of free throws with 4:17 left but that was it for the half. 
Corey Schaeffer gets up for a jump shot.Forsmann banked in a short jumper then Schaeffer connected from the side. Forsmann added another lay-up and Sigler ended the half with a driving lay-up to make it 32-18.
Prairie started the second half with an 11-4 run that increased their lead to 43-22. From that point on the Pirates pretty much coasted to the win.
They led 49-30 at the end of the third quarter and attempted just 4 shots in the fourth quarter that they werenít fouled on, making 3 of them.
Sigler wound up leading the Pirates in scoring with 17 points as he went 6 for 6 at the free throw line. Corey Schaeffer scored 13, J.D. Riener 10, Forsmann 9, Nate Kaschmitter 5, Branden Waller 4, Daniel Sigler 3 and Kyle Holthaus 1.
Prairie held a 52-36 rebounding edge led by Riener with 9. Schaeffer, David Sigler and Waller each had 8 rebounds.
Kyle Daly had 2 steals and David Sigler and Kyle Holthaus each had 3 assists.
The Pirates were 22 for 48 from the field, 46%, and 16 for 27 at the line. Horseshoe Bend was 17 for 71 from the field, 24%, and 10 for 14 at the line.
Horseshoe Bend    10   8 12 20 -50
Prairie                   15 17 17 12 -62
Prairie-Kaschmitter 2-7, 0-0, 5; Schaeffer 5-11, 3-4, 13; David Sigler 5-9, 6-6, 17; R. Daly 0-2, 0-0, 0; Riener 4-9, 2-2, 10; Waller 1-2, 2-8, 4; Forsmann 4-4, 1-2, 9; Holthaus 0-1, 1-2, 1; K. Daly 0-0, 0-0, 0; Daniel Sigler 1-1, 1-2, 3; B. Forsmann 0-1, 0-1, 0. 3-pointers-David Sigler, Kaschmitter.
Horseshoe Bend: Duran 0-0, 0-0, 0; Torres 4-8, 0-0, 8; Hanson 6-24, 2-2, 18; Goff 3-22, 5-6, 13; Hamley 3-10, 2-4, 8; Brown 1-7, 0-0, 2; Thompson 0-0, 1-2, 1; Greiner 0-0, 0-0, 0. 3-pointers-Hanson 4, Goff 2.

Pirates beat Council by 13
The Prairie Pirates outscored Council 15-6 in the second quarter to take the lead and J.D. Rienerís 24 points helped them keep it as they beat the Lumberjacks 52-39 in the final game of the Prairie Christmas Tournament Saturday, Dec. 16.J.D. Riener battles a Council player for a rebound while Corey Schaeffer tries to get a hand into the action.
Riener had a career-high in points as he connected on 12 of 16 shots, going 6 for 8 in each half.
Riener started strong as he scored Prairieís first 8 points of the game as they took an 8-5 lead. 
He went out for a breather though and Council roared back to finish the first quarter with a 2-7 run to take the lead at 10-12.
Kyle Daly scored to open the second quarter and tie the score. Corey Schaeffer followed with a basket and Riener scored his fifth basket of the half on a move down the lane for a lay-up from the high post position.
Council scored a pair of free throws then Riener scored a putback and Kyle Daly added a pair of free throws for a 20-14 lead.
After a pair of Council free throws, David Sigler sank both ends of a 1 and 1 and Tyler Forsmann added a free throw to make it 23-16.
A Council basket followed but Forsmann answered with a basket to make it 25-18 at the half.
Prairie opened the second half with a 9-4 run, with Riener scoring 6 of those 9 points, to take a 34-22 lead.
Council cut the lead to 34-28 but a pair of free throws by Sigler and a free throw by Forsmann gave Prairie a 37-28 lead after 3 quarters.
Prairie opened the fourth quarter by sending the Lumberjacks to the free throw line where they made 6 straight free throws to cut the lead to 5 at 39-34.
Tyler Forsmann connects on a jump shot against Horseshoe Bend.A basket by Riener put the lead back at 6 and after another Council free throw, Prairie connected on 5 of 6 free throws of their own and Forsmann made a pretty move for a lay-up to push the lad to 48-35.
2 more free throws by Sigler and a putback by Riener kept the Lumberjacks from getting any closer than 12 points in the final 3 minutes.
In addition to Rienerís 24 points, Sigler and Forsmann each scored 8, Schaeffer and Kyle Daly each had 4, Ryan Daly scored 3 and Nate Kaschmitter scored 1.
Prairie had a 41-31 rebounding edge with Riener grabbing 11 boards while Sigler had 9 and Schaeffer had 8.
Schaeffer had 4 steals and Ryan Daly, Riener, Sigler and Kaschmitter had 2 each. Ryan Daly had 5 assists and Sigler had 4.
Prairie was 18 for 45 from the field, 40%, and 16 for 27 at the line. Council was 11 for 41 from the field, 27%, and 16 for 24 at the line.
Sigler and Riener were both named to the all-tournament team.
With their 6th straight win Prairie improves to 6-1 on the season.
Council   12   6 10 11 -39
Prairie     10 15 12 15 -52
Prairie-Kaschmitter 0-5, 1-2, 1; Schaeffer 1-9, 2-2, 4; David Sigler 1-6, 6-7, 8; R. Daly 0-2, 3-6, 3; Riener 12-16, 0-0, 24; Forsmann 3-3, 2-6, 8; K. Daly 1-4, 2-4, 4; Waller 0-0, 0-0, 0. Daniel Sigler 0-0, 0-0, 0. 3-pointers-none.
Council-Edmunson 1-9, 3-4, 6; Green 2-5, 2-4, 6; Yates 2-9, 4-7, 8; Heil 0-2, 0-0, 0; Paradis 2-3, 4-4, 8; Shelton 2-8, 3-4, 7; Kesler 1-3, 0-1, 2; Clagg 1-2, 0-0, 2. 3-pointers-Edmunson.


A presentation commemmorating the 25th anniversary of the 1982 boys and girls state champions was held between games Saturday at the Christmas Tournament. Shown above are those able to attend. Back from left are Deanna Kaschmitter Schmidt, Cindy Uhlorn Stevens, Jerry Schumacher, and Aaron Hinkelman. Next row down-Sue Jennings Dalbey, Rhonda Terhaar Wemhoff, Terry Wren and Phil Uhlorn. Next row-Annette Wren Wemhoff, Sharon Sonnen Schaeffer, Kevin Lorentz and Brian Schaeffer. Next row-Donna VonBargen Mueller, Kevin Chaffee and Rick Tidwell. In front are girls coach Don Hoffmann and boys coach Alan Felgenhauer with the 2 state trophies. Unable to attend for the girls champions were Camille Terhaar Talbot, Tina Toennis Busby, Tammie Seubert Schongalla, Tami Gehring Nuxoll and Linda Uhling Carroll. Unable to attend for the boys champs were Pete Kaschmitter, Joe Rehder, Jay Pelton and Mitch Arnzen.

PIRATES BOYS BASKETBALL SCHEDULE FOR 2006-07
JV games start at 6 p.m., varsity to follow unless indicated
*indicates league game
JANUARY
  4-Kamiah, here
  5-Kendrick, there*
  8-Grangeville, here
11-C.V., there*
13-Deary, there*
19-Timberline, there*
25-Lapwai, here*
27-Highland, here*
30-Nezperce, here*
FEBRUARY
  5-Genesee, there*
  8-Culdesac, here*
14-Troy, here*
15,17,19,23,24,25-District at LCSC

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