Posted On: 12/12/19 3:00 PM

The Trojans of Post Falls High took on the Chiefs of Moses Lake at The Arena in Post Falls on Tuesday night. This game featured knock-down 3-point shooters, high-flying finishes at the rim, and gave us a preview of the future for one of the squads. With Post Falls winning 87-61, this game did not lack for offensive production or big plays. Here are five takeaways from Tuesday’s action.


  • Primetime showdown: The game featured a match-up of two of the Northwest’s premier players in Prep Hoops Washington’s #11 overall best player, Kyle Karstetter, and Prep Hoops Idaho’s #8 overall player, Colby Gennett. Karstetter, a 6’7” guard who committed to Idaho State, is a long, athletic wing with an elite long range shot. Karstetter had multiple impressive fast break dunks where it looked like he was walking on air before finishing with a two-hand slam. However, Karstetter was stifled offensively in this game by the presence of one of Idaho’s best players in Colby Gennett. Gennett’s second game this year having to lock-in on a future D-1 player did not disappoint. Limiting Karstetter to six points, Gennett had multiple blocks and steals while

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