Lady
Pirates win big twice
The Prairie Lady Pirates improved to 40 with a pair of easy league wins this past week. On Tuesday, Nov. 27 they won 6830 at Genesee and on Friday, Nov. 30 they won their home opener against Potlatch 728. Prairie jumped out to a 70 lead on a basket each by Madison Shears and Jordyn Higgins. Alexis Hiler then banked in a 3pointer from the top of the key to make it 70. Genesee answered with 4 straight points but a basket each by Higgins and Hiler made it 114. After a Genesee free throw, Kristyna Krogh scored on a feed by Theresa Wemhoff and then Higgins scored following a steal by Wemhoff to make it 155. A Wemhoff free throw and a putback by Ciara Chaffee made it 1810 at the end of the first quarter as Genesee committed 13 first quarter turnovers. A basket by Hiler and 2 free throws by Chaffee made it 2210 early in the second quarter. After 2 Genesee free throws Shears hit a 3pointer with lots of forward spin as it hit the front of the rim and rolled up an in. Genesee scored 3 straight to cut the lead back to 10 but Prairie ended the first half with a 144 run to take a 3919 lead at the half. Higgins hit a pair of baskets, Hiler had a free throw and a basket, India Peery had a 3 and Wemhoff and Ellea Uhlenkott each had a basket in that run. The two teams traded baskets early in the third quarter then Prairie put together a 150 to take a 35 points lead at 5823. Chaffee had 7 points and Peery 6 in that run with Hiler scoring the other 2 on an inbounds play. Genesee broke the run with a basket but Prairie answered with a shot by Krogh from the baseline and 3 by Higgins from 30 plus feet at the buzzer for a 6325 lead after 3 quarters. Each team scored 5 points in the running clock fourth quarter. Peery added a 3 and Delaney Lockett scored in her first varsity action. When Lockett came into the game, Prairie was assessed a technical which we assume was because Lockett wasn’t in the home scorebook. Genesee ended the game with a 35 foot 3pointer at the buzzer. Prairie had 4 players in double figures led by Higgins who had 15. Peery scored 14, Hiler 12 and Chaffee 11. Shears added 5 points with Krogh scoring 4, Wemhoff 3 and Uhlenkott and Lockett 2 each as every player suited up for the game scored. Prairie had a 4029 edge on the boards led by Shears with 11. Hiler added 8 rebounds and Peery had 6. Higgins had 7 assists and 3 steals while Peery had 5 assists and 4 steals. Shears had 5 steals to lead the team and added 3 assists. Prairie was 29 for 58 from the field, 50%, and 5 for 13 at the line, 38%. Genesee was 11 for 41 from the field, 27%, and 7 for 18 at the line, 39%. In the JV game Prairie led just 1817 at halftime but held Genesee scoreless for over 11 minutes in the second half during a 280 run on their way to a 5323 win. The lead changed hands 3 times over the first 12 minutes of the game. Prairie took a 40 lead on a basket each by Hope Schwartz and Delaney Lockett only to have Genesee answer with 6 straight points. Prairie scored 5 straight, 3 by Josie Remacle on a free and a basket and 2 by Sydnee Bruegeman to retake the lead at 96. Genesee scored to make it 98 after 1 quarter. Genesee opened the second quarter with a basket to retake the lead but a free throw by Lockett tied the game at 10 and a putback by Remacle gave Prairie the lead for good with 4:28 left in the half. Prairie had an 1812 lead with 2:04 left in the half but Genesee got a basket and a 3pointer to close within 1 by halftime. After half it was a totally different game. Genesee went 0 for 15 in the third quarter while Prairie was 10 for 17 in a 210 period. Lockett had 6 points in the quarter while Schwartz and Remacle scored 4 each. Prairie then started the fourth quarter with a 70 run to push the lead to 4617 with Schwartz scoring 4, Remacle 2 and Ali Rehder 1. Genesee finally broke through with former Summit player Claira Osborne banking in a 3point at the 4:48 mark. Prairie came right back with a basket by Schwartz and then a basket and a 3pointer by Rehder for a 5320 lead. Genesee finished off the scoring in the game the same way they did the varsity game as Osborne hit a 30 foot plus 3 pointer, banking it in again, at the buzzer. The JV team had 3 players in double figures led by Schwartz with 14 points. Lockett and Remacle each scored 11. Rehder had 8 with Bruegeman scoring 4. Laney Forsmann and Trinity Martinez each scored 2 and Molly Johnson scored 1. Osborne led Genesee with 13 points, 9 of them on 3pointers. Prairie held a slim 3736 rebounding edge with Remacle and Rehder each grabbing 6 while Lockett, Johnson and Bruegeman each had 5. Remacle and Forsmann each had 5 steals while Lockett and Schwartz had 4 each. Schwartz had 4 assists while Lockett and Martinez had 3 each. Prairie’s JVs hit 19 of 52 shots, 37%, and 4 of 16 free throws, 25%. Genesee was 10 for 48 from the field, 21%, and did not even attempt a free throw. Prairie 18 21 24 5 68 Genesee 10 9 6 5 30 PrairieHiler 59, 12, 12; Shears 23, 00, 5; Higgins 714, 02, 15; Wemhoff 16, 13, 3; Peery 612, 01, 14; Krogh 24, 00, 4; Chaffee 46, 35, 11; Uhlenkott 14, 00, 2; Lockett 11, 00, 2. 3pointersPeery 2, Higgins, Shears, Hiler. GeneseeParkins 26, 01, 5; Zenner 24, 01, 4; Leseman 213, 22, 6; B. Mayer 26, 00, 4; Jensen 36, 02, 6; Flodin 02, 12, 1; Bartosz 02, 12, 1; Hanson 02, 37, 3; Murray 00, 00, 0; T. Mayer 00, 00, 0. 3pointersParkins. After Potlatch broke through with a basket, Shears answered with a 3pointer and Higgins scored after a steal by Shears for a 212 lead. Prairie led 236 at the end of the quarter. The Lady Pirates shut out Potlatch in the second quarter 210 as the Loggers put up just 4 shots and 2 missed free throws. Meanwhile for the Pirates Higgins scored 8 points with Wemhoff and Peery adding 4 each. The third quarter also saw Prairie shut out the Loggers 170 as Shears, Higgins and Krogh scored 4 points each. Prairie then scored the first 4 points of the fourth quarter, which was played under a running clock, to complete a 420 run. Potlatch finally broke through with a free throw at the 4:06 mark meaning they went just shy of 20 minutes of playing time without scoring. Potlatch scored the final point of the game at the line as they went 3 full quarters without scoring a basket. Higgins led the scoring with 16 points on 8 for 11 shooting, mostly transition layups. Shears added 13 with Krogh scoring 12, Peery 10, Hiler 7, Chaffee 6, Wemhoff 5, Lockett 2 and Uhlenkott 1. Prairie held a 3522 rebounding advantage led by Uhlenkott with 6. Wemhoff and Chaffee each added 5 rebounds. Shears, Higgins and Wemhoff each had 7 steals as Prairie totaled 35 thefts. Shears had 4 assists while Peery, Uhlenkott and Higgins had 3 each. Prairie was 31 for 59 from the field, 53%, and 8 for 17 at the line, 47%. Potlatch was 3 for 28 from the field, 11%, and 2 for 6 at the line, 33%. Prairie is now 40 on the season and 30 in league play. The JV game was almost as lopsided as Prairie won 659. Johnson scored the first 2 points of the game and Potlatch answered with a pair of free throws. Prairie then scored the next 24 points. They led 172 at the end of the quarter and held Potlatch scoreless until they made 2 free throws at the 3:28 mark of the second quarter. Bruegeman and Rehder each had 4 points for Prairie in the first quarter while Forsmann had 6 and Schwartz 5 in the second quarter. Martinez had the only 3pointer of first half in the second quarter. Prairie led 355 at the half with all of Potlatch’s points coming on free throws. Potlatch opened the second half scoring with their first basket of the game and scored another with 3:24 left in the third. Those were Potlatch’s only second half points as Prairie finished the game with a 230 run. Lockett had a huge third quarter as she was 6 for 6 from the field for 12 of Prairie’s 21 third quarter points. Schwartz scored 5 including a 3pointer while Forsmann, Johnson and Remacle added 2 each. Remacle had 5 of Prairie’s 9 fourth quarter points with Lockett and Martinez each adding 2. The fourth quarter was played with a running clock. Lockett scored 16 to lead the JV’s in coring with Schwartz also hitting double figures with 11. Forsmann and Remacle each scored 9 with Johnson adding 7, Rehder 6, Martinez 5 and Bruegeman 4. Prairiie had a 3525 rebounding edge led by Remacle with 8 and Forsmann with 7. Lockett had 8 steals and 3 assists while Martinez had 4 assists and Bruegeman had 3. The JV’s were 29 for 57 from the field, 51%, and 7 for 19 at the line, 37%. Potlatch was 2 for 26 from the field, 8%, and 5 for 7 at the line, 71%. Prairie 23 21 17 11 72 Potlatch 6 0 0 2  8 PrairieHiler 36, 00, 7; Shears 615, 03, 13; Higgins 811, 00, 16; Wemhoff 24, 14, 5; Peery 48, 22, 10; Krogh 45, 44, 12; Chaffee 35, 02, 6; Uhlenkott 02, 12, 1; Lockett 13, 00, 2. 3pointersHiler, Shears. PotlatchLynas 07, 13, 1; Hamburg 01, 00, 0; D. Carpenter 02, 01, 0; T. Carpenter 00, 00, 0; Thompson 11, 00, 2; M. Cessnun 02, 00, 0; Prather 29, 00, 4; K. Cessnun 01, 12, 1; Whitney 00, 00, 0. 3pointersnone.
Theresa Wemhoff goes for a layup against Genesee. PIRATES GIRLS BASKETBALL SCHEDULE FOR 201819 *indicates league game 19Lewiston JV & Sophs, there, won 6424 27Genesee, there*, won 6830 30Potlatch, here*, won 728 7Grangeville, there, Idaho County Shootout, V only, 6:00 p.m. 8Troy Quad, here, 1 & 2:30* 11Lapwai, here* 18Genesee, here* 21Grangeville, here 7Clarkston JV & Sophs, here 10C.V., here* 12Potlatch, there*, 1 p.m. 15Kamiah, here* 19Troy Quad, there, 4 & 5:30* 24Lapwai, there* 26Salmon River, V only, there, 6 MST 28Moscow, here, (C,JV,V) 4 p.m. Jan. 30Feb. 6 District at LCSC 7State PlayIn at Post Falls 9State PlayIn at McCall 1416State at Nampa 
