Kootenai’s boys basketball team will play one game this week leading up to a season finale Feb. 20 at Mullan.

The Warriors dropped the first meeting with the Tigers in mid-January by a score of 29-48. The two teams played even in the second quarter, but Kootenai was outscored 16-29 in the second half.

The Warriors dropped three contests last week despite big performances from Garrett Renner in each.

Garrett scored 26 points in a NSL loss to Clark Fork Feb. 8. Kootenai went into halftime down nine, but gave up 21 points in the third quarter of a 41-55 loss.

Kootenai 41, Clark Fork 55

KHS 9 11 12 9 41

CF 14 15 21 5 55

Renner 26 pts.; Brewster 10 pts.; Reynolds 2 pts.; Raudebaugh 2 pts.; Coppa 1 pt.

The team fell to Wallace Feb. 6 by a score of 21-59. Garrett led Kootenai with 12 points in the effort.

Kootenai 21, Wallace 59

KHS 6 7 4 4 21

WHS 25 14 13 7 59

Renner 12 pts.; Hysell 4 pts.; Reynolds 2 pts.; Brewster 2 pts.; Little 1 pt.

Kootenai opened its week at Clark Fork, falling 28-50 despite 23 points from Garrett.

Kootenai 28, Clark Fork 50

KHS 4 9 10 5 28

CF 16 15 12 17 50

Renner 23 pts.; Brewster 2 pts.; Raudebaugh 2 pts.

Upcoming: Kootenai hosts Kellogg JV Wednesday (today) at 6 p.m., and returns to action Thursday, Feb. 20 for a 6 p.m. tipoff at Mullan.

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