Lady Badgers stay alive in districts

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  • Photo by Tanna Yeoumans Miranda Wenk shot a well formed free throw.

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    Photo by Tanna Yeoumans Kadi Bateman shoots to score against the last home game against Timberlake.

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    Photo by Tanna Yeoumans The Timberlake ladies brought good defense to the game.

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    Photo by Tanna Yeoumans Push as they did, they lost the game 49-71.

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    Photo by Tanna Yeoumans The lady Badgers continue to push through the season, and they don’t make it easy on their opponents.

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    Photo by Tanna Yeoumans Holly Ansley brings the heat with her offensive skills.

  • Photo by Tanna Yeoumans Miranda Wenk shot a well formed free throw.

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    Photo by Tanna Yeoumans Kadi Bateman shoots to score against the last home game against Timberlake.

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    Photo by Tanna Yeoumans The Timberlake ladies brought good defense to the game.

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    Photo by Tanna Yeoumans Push as they did, they lost the game 49-71.

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    Photo by Tanna Yeoumans The lady Badgers continue to push through the season, and they don’t make it easy on their opponents.

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    Photo by Tanna Yeoumans Holly Ansley brings the heat with her offensive skills.

COEUR d’ALENE — The Lady Badgers and the Kellogg Wildcats faced each other three times in 11 days ... and could have a fourth matchup on Friday.

After losing to the Wildcats in Monday’s 3A district opener, Bonners Ferry kept its season alive Wednesday afternoon with a 70-22 win over Priest River in a district loser-out game at North Idaho College in Coeur d’Alene.

With the victory, the Badgers (17-5) face the loser of Wednesday night’s Kellogg-Timberlake district championship game, which finished after press time. If two-time defending state champion Timberlake wins, the Wildcats will visit Bonners Ferry for a 6 p.m. second-place game on Friday night, with the winner heading to next week’s state tournament at Skyview High School in Meridian.

• In Monday’s opener, cold shooting in the first half, along with foul trouble and a tough Kellogg press in the second half, hurt the Badgers in their 44-40 loss to Kellogg Monday night at North Idaho College.

Jaron Figueroa hit 10 of 12 free-throws and scored a game-high 19 points to lead Kellogg. Kassy Skeen (12 points) and Holly Ansley (11 points) led Bonners Ferry.

BFHS 10 16 7 7 — 40

Kellogg 9 11 14 10 — 44

Bonners Ferry: Skeen 12, Pluid 10, Villelli 0, Wenk 4, Bateman 2, Ansley 11, Liermann 0, E. Blackmore 2.

Kellogg: Cates 9, Riekena 2, Rauenhorst 0, VanHoose 1, Senteny 2, ,Sheppard 4, Figueroa 19, Brandt 6, Ferriera 1, Allred 0.

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