Prep boys basketball: Glacier Peak 53, Post Falls 31

COEUR D’ALENE — Zach Pederson scored 18 points and Dreu Vader added 13 to pace Glacier Peak to a victory over Post Falls (ID) at the North Idaho College Invitational. The Grizzlies next play against Coeur D’Alene high school at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday.

At North Idaho College

Glacier Peak14121116—53

Post Falls10399—31

Glacier Peak—Ty Deckwa 0, Bobby Brooks 0, Ty Kjellesvik 2, Dreu Vader 13, Russell Anderson 0, Austin Kiser 5, Ramsey Rosales 8, Zach Pederson 18, Mitchl Pohrman 7, Trey Chambers 0, Nick Allan 0. Post Falls—Hall 0, Davenport 2, Jackson 4, Hellman 0, Conger 0, Mueller 0, Thompson 7, Corr 16, Coski 2. 3-point goals—Corr 4, Vader 1, Rosales 2. Records—Glacier Peak 9-2 overall. Post Falls not reported.

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