Lady Pirates beat Lewiston JV
The Prairie Lady Pirates romped to a 59-24 win over the Lewiston JV Tuesday, Nov. 24 at Cottonwood. Ellea Uhlenkott shoots against the Lewiston JV. In the background for Prairie is Delanie Lockett. #21 for Lewiston is Elmer & Irene Wessels’ granddaughter Maddi Jackson, daughter of  Tina and Chris Jackson.
Tara Schlader had arguably her best game ever for the Lady Pirates with 20 points, 15 rebounds, 7 steals and 2 assists.
Lewiston scored first in the game but that would be the only time they had the lead.
Kristin Wemhoff tied it 48 seconds later with a full-court driving lay-up. Schlader then scored her first points on a putback for Prairie’s first lead of the game. Lewiston tied it at 4-4 with 2:50 left in the first quarter and Schlader put Prairie back in the lead for good with a free throw at the 2:26 mark.
At that point Prairie threw their full-court press at Lewiston and finished the quarter with a 16-0 run as they forced numerous turnovers that led to easy baskets.
It started with a steal by Delanie Lockett that led to a lay-up by Ellea Uhlenkott. A steal by Madison Shears led to another Uhlenkott lay-up. A steal by Uhlenkott led to a basket by Shears. A steal by Lockett led to a basket by Schlader. Hope Schwartz stole the ball and scored. A Lewiston turnover led to a basket by Schlader. Another steal by Schwartz led to a basket by Uhlenkott and Uhlenkott closed out the quarter with a putback for a 21-4 lead. Uhlenkott had scored 8 and Schlader 7 points in the quarter.
Prairie pulled off the press in the second quarter and they were actually outscored 11-12 by the Bengals.
Lockett was Prairie’s leading scorer in the second quarter with 4 points while Uhlenkott scored 3 and Shears and Schlader 2 each.
Prairie led 32-16 at the half.
Prairie dominated the third quarter as they outscored the Bengals 20-0 to take a 52-16 lead into the fourth quarter. Lewiston was 0 for 8 from the field.
Schlader stepped up her scoring in the quarter with 9 of Prairie’s 20 points as she connected on 4 of 6 shots including a 3-pointer.
Lewiston had ended the first half with a buzzer-beating 3-pointer. Their first points of the second half came 20 seconds into the fourth quarter, also on a 3-pointer.
Prairie answered with a 7-0 run under the fourth quarter running clock to take their biggest lead of the game a t 59-19.  Lewiston scored the final 5 points to cut the final margin to 35.
Uhlenkott also had her biggest scoring game of the season with 13 points. Lockett scored 6 while Wemhoff, Shears and Schwartz each scored 4. Laney Forsmann and Trinity Martinez scored 3 each with Molly Johnson scoring 2.
Prairie dominated on the boards 44-29. In addition to Schlader’s big game on the boards, Wemhoff also had double figures with 10 rebounds.
Shears also had 7 steals with 4 assists. Uhlenkott had 5 steals and 5 assists. Prairie forced the Bengals into 34 turnovers while committing 19.
The Lady Pirates were 26 for 61 from the field, 43%, and 6 for 20 at the line, 30%. Lewiston was 8 for 37 from the field, 22%, and 5 for 5 at the line.
Prairie is now 3-0 on the season.
The Prairie JV team had a big win, 42-13, over a Lewiston freshman team that struggled to find the basket when they weren’t turning the ball over.
Prairie never trailed as Olivia Klapprich started the scoring with a steal and drive to the hoop. Ali Rehder followed with a baseline shot for a 4-0 lead.
Lewiston’s only point of the opening quarter came at the free throw line. Prairie then scored the next 6 points to take a 10-1 lead at the end of the period. Klapprich and Rehder each added a basket and Isabella Walsh scored the other basket.
Prairie scored the first 8 points of the second quarter to push their lead to 18-1 before Lewiston finally scored their first basket.
Klapprich and Taylor Riener each scored a lay-up. Riley Enneking scored 2 free throws and Alli Geis scored a lay-up to make it 18-1.
Lewiston’s first basket came with 2:42 left in the half and Riener quickly answered with a lay-up. Lewiston added a free throw and a basket before Enneking scored on an inbounds play to make it 22-6 at the half.
The third quarter saw Prairie shut out the Bengals 12-0. Rehder scored 4 points while Klapprich, Enneking, Gracie Farr and Riener each scored 2 points.
Lewiston broke their scoring drought with a free throw to open the fourth quarter scoring. Prairie answered with a basket by Klapprich, a free throw by Rehder and another basket by Klapprich for a 39-7 lead that started the running clock.
Lewiston actually outscored Prairie 3-6 over the final 4 minutes.
Klapprich wound up leading Prairie in scoring with 12 points and had outscored Lewiston all be herself until a Lewiston basket with 1:10 to play gave them 13. Rehder scored 9 points with Enneking and Riener scoring 6 each. Farr scored 5 while Walsh and Geis scored 2 each.
Prairie had a 30-24 edge on the boards led by Enneking who had 10 rebounds while Geis added 9.
Klapprich had 7 steals and 3 assists while Rehder and Enneking had 6 steals each as Prairie forced Lewiston into 34 turnovers. Rehder and Walsh each had 2 assists.
Prairie was 19 for 43 from the field, 44%, and 4 for 10 at the line, 40%, while Lewiston was 5 for 25 from the field, 20%, and 3 for 14 at the line, 21%.
Prairie           21 11 20 7 -59
Lewiston JV    4 12  0 8 -24
Prairie-Lockett 3-8, 0-2, 6; Wemhoff 2-5, 0-1, 4; Shears 1-5, 2-4, 4; Uhlenkott 6-13, 1-4, 13; Schlader 9-14, 1-4, 20; Schwartz 2-8, 0-0, 4; Johnson 1-1, 0-0, 2; Forsmann 1-6, 1-3, 3; Martinez 1-1, 1-2, 3; Klapprich 0-0, 0-0, 0; Rehder 0-0, 0-0, 0. 3-pointers-Schlader.
Lewiston JV-Albright 5-13, 3-3, 15; Arellano 0-3, 2-2, 2; Riddle 0-1, 0-0, 0; Kessinger 0-5, 0-0, 0; Burke 1-5, 0-0, 2; Jackson 0-2, 0-0, 0; Pea 1-3, 0-0, 3; Patterson 1-3, 0-0, 2; Barney 0-2, 0-0, 0. 3-pointers-Albright 2, Pea.

Tara Schlader passes out of a triple team in the post to an open Delanie Lockett who scored a lay-up. 

The Lady Pirates have just forced a turnover with Madison Shears looking to toss the ball ahead to either Tara Schlader, left or Kristin Wemhoff, #3, for a an easy transition basket against the Lewiston JV  last Tuesday.

Hope Schwartz scores on a wide open lay-up. Partially hidden is Tara Schlader.

Kristin Wemhoff plays defense. Also shown is Ellea Uhlenkott.

Laney Forsmann gets inside the defense for a lay-up. Also shown is Molly Johnson.

Molly Johnson is about to score on a lay-up. Also shown is Ellea Uhlenkott.

Tara Schlader scores 2 of her game-high 20 points. Also shown is Ellea Uhlenkott.

Isabella Walsh makes a pass in the JV game against the Lewiston Frosh. Also shown is Olivia Klapprich.

Olivia Klapprich led the JV team in score and is shown scoring 2 of her 12 points.

Riley Enneking scores a lay-up in the JV game.

Taylor Riener shoots in the JV game.

JV games start at 6 p.m., varsity to follow unless indicated.
*indicates league game
17-Orofino, here, FB Live, won 56-26
19-Troy*, there, V only, 6 p.m. won 52-18
24-Lewiston JV, here, 5 & 6:30, won 59-24
  1-Kamiah*, here, FB Live, postponed to Dec. 17
  3-Logos*, there, FB Live
  4-Grangeville, here, FB Live
10-Lapwai*, here, FB Live
12-Genesee*, there, NFHS Network
15-C.V.*, here, FB Live
17-Kamiah*, here, FB Live
18-Potlatch, there*, NFHS Network
  7-Orofino, there, NFHS Network
  9-Troy* Quad, here, JV, 1 p.m, V-2:30, NFHS Network
12-Kamiah*, there, NFHS Network
15-Logos*, here, NFHS Network
21-Lapwai*, there, NFHS Network
23-Genesee*, here, NFHS Network
26-C.V.*, there, NFHS Network
28-Kendrick, there, NFHS Network
29-Potlatch*, here, NFHS Network
Feb. 2-Grangeville, there, NFHS Network
Feb. 6-13 -District
18-20-State at Nampa
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