PREP SOCCER: Injury-plagued Trojan girls edge Lakeland

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• GIRLS

RATHDRUM — Kaylee Moate scored in the 81st minute, her second goal of the match, to lift the Post Falls Trojans past the Lakeland Hawks 2-1 in a nonleague match at Sunrise Rotary Field on Thursday.

“Tonight’s game was a much-needed win,” Post Falls coach Steve Mills said. “We have been — and still are — such an incredibly injured team that we have looking for any positives we can find. Kaylee, Morgan (Rust) and Alyssa (Smith) were rock solid for us all game long. I told those three girls at the beginning of the match that I was putting a lot on their shoulders. They really stepped up.”

Post Falls has nine starters out of the lineup with injuries.

“I am so incredibly impressed with the job all of the JV players have done for us,” Mills said. “Every single one of them played the best I’ve ever seen them play. I’m very proud of these young ladies.”

Alecia Edelblute scored in the 17th minute for Lakeland (0-5-1), which hosts Colville on Saturday.

Post Falls (3-5) hosts Lewiston on Saturday.

First half — 1, LL, Alecia Edelblute (Makayla Higbee), 17:00. Second half — 2, PF, Kaylee Moate (Morgan Rust), 44:00. 3, PF, Moate (Laney Smith), 81:00.

Shots on goal — LL 11, PF 7.

Saves — LL, unknown, 5; PF, Ashley Grant, 10.

Cd’A Charter 5

St. George’s 0

SPOKANE — Sarah Hines and Isabella Lucky each scored twice as the visiting Panthers blanked the Dragons in nonleague play.

Lucky also had an assist for Coeur d’Alene Charter (8-0), which has won seven times by shutout and allowed just one goal all season. Mercedes Zepeda notched the shutout on Thursday.

“This was definitely the fastest team we’ve played all season,” Charter coach Stacy Smith said. “We were challenged in the middle field and on the back line throughout the entire game. However, we were able to capitalize on some great one-on-ones, excellent passing and a few set pieces. Although the score may not reflect it, this was a great matchup for us.”

Coeur d’Alene Charter plays host to Kellogg on Tuesday.

First half — 1, Charter, Sarah Hines (Isabella Lucky), 24:00. 2, Charter, Hines (Riley Jo Anderson), 30:00. Second half — 3, Charter, Elizabeth Lehosit (Kiley Cutler), 46:00. 4, Charter, Lucky (Sandy Faulkner), 64:00. 5, Charter, Lucky (penalty kick), 66:00.

Shots on goal — Charter 20, SG 8.

Saves — Charter, Mercedes Zepeda 8; SG 12.

St. Maries 4

Kellogg 0

KELLOGG — Senior Bethan Suchoski scored a hat trick and her sophomore sister, Cassidy, assisted on the fourth goal for the Lumberjacks in the Intermountain League match at Teeters Field.

“Bethan, she’s super fast,” St. Maries coach Kenny Osier said. “A lot of times she plays balls into space for herself, and beats the defense for shots on goal.”

Hailey Crawford scored once for St. Maries (4-3-1, 4-3-1 IML) plays host to Grangeville on Saturday.

First half — 1, SM, Bethan Suchoski (unassisted), 26:00. 2, B. Suchoski (Alena Davenport) 34:00. Second half — 3, SM, B. Suchoski (Aubree Osier), 66:00. 4, SM, Hailey Crawford (Cassidy Suchoski), 74:00.

Shots on goal — SM 10, Kell 3.

Saves — SM, Hope Aasgard 3; Kell 6.

• BOYS

Post Falls 7

Lakeland 0

POST FALLS — McKie Gregory recorded a hat trick for the Trojans in a nonleague win over the Hawks at Post Falls High.

“We started off really well and then got a little lackadaisical in the first half,” Post Falls coach Gabe Lawson said. “I got after them a little bit at halftime, and we put together a better second half. We were able to play some of our younger kids on the varsity field. We’re still a work in progress, but getting better.”

Ethan Lawson had a goal and two assists for Post Falls (2-4), which resumes 5A Inland Empire League play at Lewiston on Saturday at noon.

Lakeland (0-9) travels to Timberlake on Tuesday.

First half — 1, PF, Mckie Gregory (Carson Jacobsen), 1:00. 2, PF, Josh Brisendine (Gregory), 3:00. Second half — 3, PF, Jacobsen (Aiden Junttila), 42:00. 4, PF, Ethan Lawson (Logan Koller), 45:00. 5, PF, Gregory (Andrew Baumann), 50:00. 6, PF, Gregory (Lawson), 60:00. 7, PF, Lars Horning (Lawson), 70:00.

Shots on goal — LL 4, PF 22.

Saves — LL, Bradley Munson 10; PF, Carson Cooke 0, Kael McGowan 2.

Lake City at Sandpoint, ppd.

SANDPOINT — The nonleague match was postponed and rescheduled for Oct. 1 at 4 p.m. at Pine Street Field.

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