YOUTH SPORTS: Nov. 7, 2018

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  • Courtesy photo St. Maries’ seventh-grade volleyball team won the championship of the Timberlake tournament on Oct. 20. St. Maries defeated Lakeland in the finals. In the front row from left are Kierra Jessen, Ava Stancil, Abby Wilks and Kara Sexton; and back row from left, coach Bryan Chase, Lily Daniel, Ella Pooler, Lexie Brebner, Mackenzie Nelson, Sami Sindt, Jacklin Linnemeyer, Tayla Janssen and Kammi Rimel.

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    Courtesy photo The Lakeland Wrestling Club had 25 kids medal at the North Idaho Wrestling League Bonners Ferry tournament on Oct. 20. In the front row from left are Carter Smith (3rd), Kalab Hammer (1st), Ryver Magner (2nd), Kros O’Brien (2nd), Zach Teal (1st), Taven Roetcisoender (1st) and Iain Edwards (1st); and back row from left, Gauge McWatters (1st), Logan Handlen (1st), Levi Nave (1st), Gauge Howell (3rd), Ricco Busicchia (2nd), Hunter Clark (2nd), Lyal Howell (2nd), Carson Leonard (1st), Hunter Edmondson (1st) and Colton Rush (3rd). Not pictured are Jaren Knopp (1st), Ty Knopp (3rd), Kade Knopp (1st), Cruz Knopp (3rd), Kyler Cragun (3rd), Nate Edulblute (2nd), Nate Bevacqua (3rd) and Jager McWatters (3rd).

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    Courtesy photo The Thorns ’07 girls soccer team completed its fall season on Saturday. In the front row from left are Bella Berzoza, Malina Biondo, Zayda Voigt, Olivia May, Mallory Judd and Emma Decker; and back row from left, coach Kirk Hartzell, Allie Van Ditto, Nicole Stewart, Danielle Todd, Emma Singleton and Jamie Lawrence.

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    Courtesy photo The Timbers North ’09 Boys Yellow soccer team ended its season undefeated in its league, with a total of 63 goals for and only 13 goals against. From left are Luke Fritts, Cole Thompson, Blake Wise, Luc Buckland, Archer Coburn, Sam Mandel, Ayden Garayalde, Grant Johnson, Cooper Hermes, Cale Hanners and Trevor Updegrave.

  • Courtesy photo St. Maries’ seventh-grade volleyball team won the championship of the Timberlake tournament on Oct. 20. St. Maries defeated Lakeland in the finals. In the front row from left are Kierra Jessen, Ava Stancil, Abby Wilks and Kara Sexton; and back row from left, coach Bryan Chase, Lily Daniel, Ella Pooler, Lexie Brebner, Mackenzie Nelson, Sami Sindt, Jacklin Linnemeyer, Tayla Janssen and Kammi Rimel.

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    Courtesy photo The Lakeland Wrestling Club had 25 kids medal at the North Idaho Wrestling League Bonners Ferry tournament on Oct. 20. In the front row from left are Carter Smith (3rd), Kalab Hammer (1st), Ryver Magner (2nd), Kros O’Brien (2nd), Zach Teal (1st), Taven Roetcisoender (1st) and Iain Edwards (1st); and back row from left, Gauge McWatters (1st), Logan Handlen (1st), Levi Nave (1st), Gauge Howell (3rd), Ricco Busicchia (2nd), Hunter Clark (2nd), Lyal Howell (2nd), Carson Leonard (1st), Hunter Edmondson (1st) and Colton Rush (3rd). Not pictured are Jaren Knopp (1st), Ty Knopp (3rd), Kade Knopp (1st), Cruz Knopp (3rd), Kyler Cragun (3rd), Nate Edulblute (2nd), Nate Bevacqua (3rd) and Jager McWatters (3rd).

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    Courtesy photo The Thorns ’07 girls soccer team completed its fall season on Saturday. In the front row from left are Bella Berzoza, Malina Biondo, Zayda Voigt, Olivia May, Mallory Judd and Emma Decker; and back row from left, coach Kirk Hartzell, Allie Van Ditto, Nicole Stewart, Danielle Todd, Emma Singleton and Jamie Lawrence.

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    Courtesy photo The Timbers North ’09 Boys Yellow soccer team ended its season undefeated in its league, with a total of 63 goals for and only 13 goals against. From left are Luke Fritts, Cole Thompson, Blake Wise, Luc Buckland, Archer Coburn, Sam Mandel, Ayden Garayalde, Grant Johnson, Cooper Hermes, Cale Hanners and Trevor Updegrave.

SELECT SOCCER

Timbers North FC ’05 Red boys: Under head coach Mike Thompson and assistant coach Chloe Teets, the Timbers played to two victories at Canfield Sports Complex last weekend.

On Saturday, they won 5-0 against PAC NW White with goals scored by Bryce Allred and Nate Wyatt, and a hat trick by Landon Lee. Miles Taylor posted the shutout in goal.

On Sunday, the Timbers won 7-1 against GS Surf. Timbers goals were scored by Isaac Fritts, Landon Lee, Chet Hanna and Cooper Prohaska, and a hat trick by Bryce Allred. Allred also had two assists and other assists were made by Chet Hanna and Gunner Larson. Miles Taylor and Landon Lee were in goal.

Thorns 10/11 girls: The Thorns finished off their fall season on Oct. 27 with three games at Plantes Ferry Sports Complex in Spokane. The Thorns ended with a win (9-0) and two losses (6-5, 6-4). The following goals are totals from all 3 games — Catherine Storey with 6, Jersey Larson with 1, Kylie Lorona with 2, Mallory Morrisroe with 8 and Selah McNiel with 1.

Timbers North ’07 Boys Red: The Timbers finished the fall season with 7 wins, 3 losses.

The Timbers were on the road the last weekend of October. On Saturday they played CWS B07 White Cuevas in Yakima. Yakima took an early 2-0 lead. By the end of the first half, Philip Du and Liam Martin had scored to tie the game. In the final second, a pass from Danny Vlad to Keaton Gust gave Timbers the win.

Sunday was another win for the Timbers, 2-1 against Dragons FC–South Seattle. Ronan Sternberg scored first for the Timbers. Danny Vlad scored on a free kick from midfield. Timbers and Dragons battled again on Sunday, Nov. 4. Danny Vlad had the assist on the Timbers’ first goal, scored by Ronan Sternberg. Liam Martin scored on a free kick outside the box. This time it was the Dragons who came out ahead, winning 3-2.

Timbers North FC Boys ’06 Red: On Saturday, the Timbers beat GS Surf B06 9-0. Connor Jump had a hat trick and one assist. Jacob Molina had two goals and two assists. Kai Delio and Kason Pintler each had 1 goal and 1 assist. Haidyn Jonas and Brayden Ristic each had one goal. Braden Latscha was in goal for the shutout.

On Sunday morning, the Timbers beat Whatcom FC Rangers B06 Blue 4-1. Jacob Molina had 2 goals and 2 assists. Kason Pintler and Connor Jump each had one goal. Braden Latscha was in goal for the Timbers.

BOWLING

Sunset Bowling Center

PeeWees (Bumpers)

High Scratch Game Girl - Scarlet Goss - 74

High Handicap Game Girl - Lucy Goss - 151

Preps

High Scratch Game Boy - Zaiden Hunter - 135

High Scratch Series Boy - Nathan Beardsall - 333

High Handicap Game Boy - Cameron Pike - 190

High Handicap Series Boy - Brandon Gallegos - 543

High Scratch Game Girl - Kaelyn Campbell - 131

High Scratch Series Girl - Lexi Goss - 196

High Handicap Game Girl - Jessabell Hart - 203

High Handicap Series Girl - Brylee Campbell - 529

Juniors

High Scratch Game Boy - Aaron Hast - 246

High Scratch Series Boy - Wyatt Grunwald - 631

High Handicap Game Boy - Michael Clark - 260

High Handicap Series Boy - TJ Scott - 690

High Scratch Game Girl - Kristy Beardsall - 141

High Scratch Series Girl - Violet Hammond - 327

High Handicap Game Girl - Daphnee Hammond - 239

High Handicap Series Girl - Jody Hammond - 666

200 Games: Aaron Hast - 246; Wyatt Grunwald - 229, 202, 200

River City Lanes

Nov. 3

JUNIORS

BOYS

HIGH SCRATCH GAMES — Luke English 268, Tate Moylan 247, Thomas Cord 223, Holden Lamastus 215.

HIGH SCRATCH SERIES — Holden Lamastus 590, Thomas Cord 588, Luke English 583, Tate Moylan 581.

GIRLS

HIGH SCRATCH GAMES — Mackenzie Couch 177, 148, Hailey Howard 152, Ellie Powell 136.

HIGH SCRATCH SERIES — Mackenzie Couch 452, Tannis Iversen 398, Hailey Howard 387, Ellie Powell 346.

PREPS

HIGH SCRATCH GAMES — Donny Shaw 154, 143, Westin Herbert 137.

HIGH SCRATCH SERIES — Donny Shaw 432, Westin Herbert 350, Jacob Moore 286.

GIRLS

HIGH SCRATCH GAMES — Jordyn Cord 160, Dakota Medina 126, Taylor Hartley 116.

HIGH SCRATCH SERIES — Jordyn Cord 353, Dakota Medina 328, Addison Mueller 272.

BANTAMS

BOYS

HIGH SCRATCH GAMES — Aiden Steffensen 89, Tristan Cord 85.

HIGH SCRATCH SERIES — Aiden Steffensen 158, Tristan Cord 146.

GIRLS

HIGH SCRATCH GAMES — Sarah Mueller 77, 74.

HIGH SCRATCH SERIES — Sarah Mueller 151, Ryllee Kaup 119.

REAL LIFE MINISTRIES

Flag football

Nov. 1

At The Fields at Real Life Ministries

4-5 Year Old Division

Game 1

Eagles

TDs –Kingtston McKim, Harley Bartle, Brody Reames

Flag Pulls –Kingston McKim, James Harrington, Santino Costa, Harley Bartle, Brody Reames

David’s Mighty Men

TDs – Brody Paragamian, Danny Makena

Flag Pulls – Kase Chathams, Brody Paragamian, Harrison Berdan, Preston Bright

Game 2

Sea Jets

TDs –Cameron Hoy, Brody Brennan,

Flag Pulls – Aure Brennan, Cameron Hoy, Brody Brennan, Jora Tesky

Steelers

TDs – Palmer Murphy

Flag Pulls – Palmer Murphy, Collin Bourassa

6-7 Year Old Division

Game 1

Thunder & Lightening - 26

Hawks - 8

Thunder & Lightening TDs –Jaxon Brazle, Trenty Lilyquist, Jacoby Longtain

Flag Pulls – Jaxon Brazle, Luke Pleger, Titus Tenney, Hudson Rasor, Trent Lilyquist, Jacoby Longtain

Hawks TDs – Eli Cooper

Flag Pulls – Logan Lovell, Kage Rupinski, Easton Annotti, Kenny Nash

Game 2

Black Panthers - 2

Mountaineers- 12

Black Panthers TDs –

Flag Pulls – Micah Alverson, Brooks Hardaway, Sawyer Smith, Reise Rearson, Cash Roberts, Jude Zender, Knox Kjar

Mountaineers TDs – Emmett Johnson, Kain Kelly

Flag Pulls – Blake Karlgaard, Kason Lenz, Logan Capaul, Brycen Drapeau, Emmett Johnson, Jayden Allen, Kain Kelly

Game 3

The Raiders - 12

The Wolfpack - 14

Raiders TDs – Brock Pelphrey

Flag Pulls – Brock Pelphrey, Mason Lawler, Hunter Patzer, Liam Rettmann, Archer Seeds, Beau Maddalone, Kellen Phinney

The Wolfpack TDs – Kohen Hedge, Michael Richison

Flag Pulls – Kohen Hedge, Gilbert Arellano, Jr., Michael Richison, Colton Sims

8-9 Year Old Division

Game 1

T Wolves - 8

The Mighty Wolves - 6

T-Wolves – TDs – Cash Preston

Flag Pulls – Carter Rossberg, Cash Preston, Miles Rigg, Gage Pagano, Wyatt Rettmann, Parker Stearns

The Mighty Wolves – Tds – Micaiah Faulkner

Flag Pulls – Andy Cox, Caleb Rook, Cooper Moore, Terry Taylor, Kason Stanaway, Luke Blasick, Parker Bundy

Game 2

The Legends – 16

The Spartans - 8

The Legends– TDs – Grady Hicks, Tristan Mendenhall

Flag Pulls – Grady Hicks, Will Strait, Landon Devos, Ainsley Parker

The Spartans TDs – Judah Brazle

Flag Pulls – Michael Tenney, Levi Pleger, Judah Brazle, Brody Bowlin, Isaiah Lewis

Game 3

Savage Donuts– 16

The Warriors - 26

Savage Donuts TDs – Bradyen Smith

Flag Pulls – James Henderson, Sam Harrell, Jacob Wood, Brayden Smith, Tommy Pickens, Gavin Tosi, Jackson Beckenhauer, Jaxon Schillinger, Jed Sims, Parker Chaffin

Warriors TDs –Kolton Anderson, Crew Thompson, Richard Kincaid

Flag Pulls – Kolton Anderson, Crew Thompson

10-11 Year Old Division

Game 1

Eagles - 6

The Mighty Ducks - 32

Eagles TDs – Tucker Rigg

Flag Pulls –Tucker Rigg, Carter Douglas, Victor Chacon, Gabriel Nagrone, Mason Perkins, Reese Wood

Mighty Ducks TDs – Jolie Spindler, Marshall Tomlinson, Braxton Barker

Flag Pulls - Sawyer Bateman, Marshall Tomlinson, Braxton Barker,

Game 2

Raptors – 6

Slingers – 18

Raptors TDs – Liam Carmody

Flag Pulls – Briley Harris, Liam Carmody, Micah Cooper, Eithan Kile, Griffin Earley, Gabe Garcia

Slingers TDs –Paxon Rasor, Jackson Sims

Flag Pulls – Kaeden Streeter, Addison Baltzell, Jackson Sims, Isaac Carlson, Daniel Shoup, Rylan Anstine, Marcus Johnston

Game 3

Auger Hawks - 20

Rangers– 10

Augar Hawks TDs – Isaac Rook, Reese Crawford

Flag Pulls – Connor Wood, Harrison Evans, Isaac Rook, Cody Clary, Carson Jacobs, Quinn Murrell

Rangers TDs – Dillon Sutich,

Flag Pulls – Wyat Westrup, Dillon Sutich, Tyce Frazier, Will Beckenhauer, Hayden Johnsen

Soccer

Nov. 3

At The Fields at Real Life Ministries

4-5 Year Old Division

Game 1

The Mighty Eagles

Goals – Seth Morley, Easton Molitor, Austin Kortekaas, Mathis Voeller

The Lightening

Goals – Lillian Di Fatta, Jackson Gruss

Game 2

The Super Heros

Goals – Tucker Heberer, Olivia Bartlett

Tiny Tornados

Goals –

Game 3

Agape -

Goals – Emmett Longtain, Avery Jo Hicks

The Animals

Goals – Isaac Pelphrey

6-7 Year Old Division

Game 1

Crusaders – 3

Flying Jaguars - 6

Crusaders

Goals –Benjamin Magofflin, Gabriel Carlino

Flying Jaguars

Goals – Jax Molenar, Isaac Richard, Swayzie Thompson, Caleb Brumbach

Game 2

Thunder – 5

Crushers - 6

Thunder

Goals – Henry Thurston, Griffin Redmon, Aaron Eckhardt, Kenley Link

Crushers

Goals – Layne Whiteman, Quintin Schafer, Dylan Baune

POST FALLS PARKS AND RECREATION

Basketball

Tiny Hoopsters

Nov. 3

Auto Credit Sales (Dark Green): Deklan Clizer 2 points, Benjamin Molitor 6 points, Emery Sanborn 2 points.

Auto Credit Sales (Kelly Green): Landon Barber 2 points, Kyal Carlson 14 points, Levi Morrett 2 points, Jett Simkins 2 points.

Little Smiles Pediatric Dentistry (Blue): Kinsley Bodman 4 points, Aure Brennan 14, Izaac Eifler 4 points.

Little Smiles Pediatric Dentistry (Maroon): Finn Kinsel 2 points.

McDonald’s (White): Bricen Cornett 12 points, Calvin Mecham 6 points, Jace Moser 2 points, Parker Ryan 4 points.

McDonald’s (Yellow): Peyton Brulotte 16 points, Lillian Robinson 2 points.

Post Falls Brewing (Black): Raylen Fridley 4 points, Evan Johnson 6 points, Lawson Roberg 6 points, Sadie Swanstrom 2 points.

Post Falls Brewing (Navy): Reese Scarcello 4 points, Clyde Stokes 8 points.

Stateline Speedway (Lime): Drew Laycock 6 points, Sophia McKain 2 points, Messer Webber 4 points, Brenden Whitney 6 points.

Stateline Speedway (Orange): Preston Grieser 8 points, Jace Lantto 2 points, Karson Lantto 2 points, Taves Stottlemyre 8 points.

Super 1 Foods (Red): Jesse Martin 2 points, Tyson Phillips 2 points.

Super 1 Foods (Grey): Cameron Carver 8 points, Tayler Rardin 4 points.

HAYDEN RECREATION AND COMMUNITY EVENTS

Basketball

Nov. 3

PRE K-K

Besway: Keaton Knoll-6 pts

Clean Cut: Mary Cole-2 pts; Levi Tebbe-14 pts

Elite Sports & Orthopedic Physical Therapy: Easton Bateman-2 pts

Fred’s Plumbing: No stats Available

Hayden Triathlon: Micah Brumbach-2 pts; Ezekiel McNiel-2 pts; Chase Reed-2 pts

Hayden Vision Source: Sawyer Smith-6 pts

Lakeside Pediatrics: Hudson Sozzoni-4 pts

Lancaster Market: Jaden Hoffman-6 pts; Emmett Starkey-4 pts

Little Smiles Pediatric Dentistry: Charlotte Carr-2 pts; Grayson Priebe-2 pts

Living CDA, Connor Hammons Real Estate: Byron Bertsch-6 pts; Rowan Hammons-2 pts; Bodhi Koepl-6 pts

McDonald’s: Mason Fantozzi-6 pts

Saturday Night, INC.: Landen Jerome-2 pts; Beck Odenthal-4 pts

Super 1 Foods: Levi Drake-10 pts

Willamette Valley Bank: Rowen Moore-2 pts; Kase Ralston-6 pts; Kinsley Wallis-2 pts

1st-2nd Grade Girls

Adapt All Stars: Brooklyn Caywood-4 pts; Millie Cushman-10 pts; Hallie Ewing-10 pts; Grace Moore-2 pts

Cda Cellars: 22 pts.

Clickit RV: Brightyn Gatten-8 pts

Digitalbarr: Kindyl Camarata-2 pts; Emery Carlos-6 pts; Kelvy Lively-4 pts; Swayzie Thompson-16 pts

RA Design: Kerrie Booth: 2 pts; Riley Legg-12 pts; Quinn Paulson-8 pts; Layne Whiteman-2 pts

Willamette Valley Bank: Lyla Crawford-10 pts; Rowynn Zuk-2 pts

1st-2nd Grade Boys

Access Endodontics: George Chiapppe-14 pts; Henry Chiapppe-4 pts; Aaron Eckhardt-2 pts; Johnny Gatten-2 pts; Elias Schmehl-2 pts

Clean Cut: Mason Brodin-2 pts; Holden Carpenter-4 pts

Clickit RV: Cooper Arrotta-16 pts; Gavin Christensen-4 pts; Liam Rettmann-6 pts; Jack Ridolph-2 pts

Fred’s Plumbing: Braydon Gadberry-2 pts; Bryce Lively-4 pts; Silas Miller-12 pts; Hudson Rasor-14 pts

Hayden Triathlon: Sam Green-2 pts; Jacoby Longtain-4 pts; Finn Scarborough-2 pts; Bryson Wallace-2 pts

Hayden Vision Source: Owen Harrison-6 pts; Mason McKee-10 pts; Rusty Moorman-2 pts; Xavier Wglesworth-4 pts

Lakeside Pediatrics: Brayden Williams-16 pts

Lancaster Market: Rixton Bateman-12 pts; Wyatt Evans-4 pts; Jaxon Haynie-4 pts

Laser Bugs: Grady Hicks-10 pts; Ryder Quinn-10 pts

Little Smiles Pediatric Dentistry: Brayson Moore-2 pts

McDonald’s: Colton Bligh-10 pts; Dylan Mortier-12 pts; Casey Songco-4 pts

Saturday Night, INC.: Blake Anderson-12 pts; Boston Anderson-18 pts; Jack Sayler-8 pts

Super 1 Foods: Caleb Brumbach-2 pts; Jeovanni Escobar-Serrano-2 pts; Ethan Galvin-10 pts; Trey Galvin-4 pts; Aston Rehms-4 pts

Timberline Adventures: Parson Buttars-6 pts; Wyatt Cremer-4 pts; Jax Pearson-22 pts; Ethan Ramsrud-2 pts

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