Youth Sports Oct. 9, 2019

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  • Courtesy photo The local 3B Racing (Best Bikes and Boards) BMX team shined at the recent regional championship in Eugene, Ore. From left is Trevan Northington, 16, of Coeur d’Alene; TJ Wheeler, 13, of Coeur d’Alene; Raven Miller, 11, of Coeur d’Alene; Cody Jones, 6, of Medical Lake, Wash., Ashton Miller, 14, of Post Falls; Nathan Johnson, 7, of Coeur d’Alene; Rylie Northington, 11, of Coeur d’Alene; and Garrett Northington, 23, of Coeur d’Alene. Wheeler and Garrett Northington each came home with first-place finishes in their age groups, and Johnson and Ashton Miller each placed third. Johnson is ranked third in the Northwest, second in Idaho and third overall in the district.

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    Photo by CHERYL NICHOLS PHOTOGRAPHY Senior Jake Brown is this week’s Nosworthy’s Hall of Fame Coeur d’Alene High School co-Defensive Player of the Week. Coaches praised Brown for outstanding coverage and pass breakups vs. Central Valley.

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    Photo by CHERYL NICHOLS PHOTOGRAPHY Senior Colbey Nosworthy is this week’s Nosworthy’s Hall of Fame Coeur d’Alene High School co-Defensive Player of the Week. Nosworthy had a 77-yard interception return for a touchdown in the Vikings’ win at Central Valley.

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    Photo by CHERYL NICHOLS PHOTOGRAPHY Senior Brennan Crawford is this week’s Nosworthy’s Hall of Fame Coeur d’Alene High School Offensive Player of the Week. He rushed for 71 yards on 8 carries, and caught 7 passes for 155 yards in last Friday’s 35-13 victory at Central Valley.

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    Courtesy photo The FC Spokane North Idaho Boys 08 soccer team beat the Spokane Shadow Sounders B08 Valley Rave 2-1 on Sunday. FC Spokane North Idaho is currently undefeated in the fall season. In the front row from left are Tracen Crossley, Braden Smith, Paxton Grant, Milo Griebel and Marty Babb; and back row from left, Ethan Applegate, Elijah Rigsby, Brady Navarrete, coach Ashley Rider, Brody Burger McLuskie, Henry Earnest, Collin Brunn and Reid Thompson.

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    Courtesy photo Sophomore soccer player Ashley Grant is this week’s Post Falls High School Athlete of the Week. Grant had 7 saves in a win against Lewiston on Tuesday, and 14 saves in the game against Lake City on Saturday.

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    Photo by BUSCEMA PHOTOGRAPHY Isaac Buscema shoots as teammates Devin Pearson and Gabriel Jones look on as the Timbers North FC 06 Boys White soccer team played the EW Surf SC ‘06 White South on Saturday at Canfield. Late in a scoreless game, Buscema was fouled and Jones scored on the penalty kick for a 1-0 Timbers victory.

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    Courtesy photo The Coeur d’Alene Crush 04 fastpitch team won the 16/18U division Gold bracket at the Pumpkin Classic on Sunday in Yakima. The Crush also finished second in the high school division at the Diamonds Fall Classic on Sept. 29 in Spokane. The Crush was 9-1-1 for the two fall tournaments. In the front row from left are Kailey Cramer, Alexis Blankenship, Kristine Schmidt, Kaylyn Rice, Madi Cleave and Catherine Bakken; and back row from left, coach Bob Schmidt, Sophie Nungesser, Alyssa Kraus, coach Mike Dorame, Matea Dorame, Brynn Tolzmann, Cadence Posey, coach Tim Rice and coach Sean Cleave.

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    Courtesy photo Avant Coeur Gymnastics TOPs athletes Lavi Crain and Vivi Crain. Lavi Crain, 8, is headed to USA Gymnastics National TOPs testing in Indianapolis this weekend. In August Lavi tested at the state level competing against thousands of gymnasts across the country. Her state score earned her a spot at the national level with the top 100 athletes. Vivi Crain also tested at the state level and earned a spot on the National Diamond Team. The Diamond team represents the top 50 athletes in the 7-year-old age group.

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    Photo by SUZI ENTZI On Saturday, the Timbers North FC 06 Boys Red soccer team beat Harbor Premier B06 White 4-0. Kai Delio had 1 goal and 1 assist. Noah Waddell, Brayden Ristic and Lachlan May each had 1 goal. Kason Pintler & Connor Jump each had 1 assist. Connor Jump and Kai Delio teamed for the shutout in goal. On Sunday morning, the Timbers beat Eastside FC B06 White 1-0. Gavin Samayoa scored the goal and Max Entzi had the assist. Braden Latscha notched the shutout in goal. Pictured above is Kai Delio.

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    Photo by SUZI ENTZI The Thorns North FC 08 Girls Red soccer team tied the EW Surf SC G08 Royal 2-2 on Saturday in Hayden. Allison Carrico (pictured above, in white) and Nora Ryan each scored a goal for the Thorns.

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    Photo by MARCEE HARTZELL The Thorns North FC Girls 07 Red soccer team tied the PacNW G07 Maroon 1-1 on Saturday. Early in the first half Rachel Corette (pictured above, in center), the Thorns center forward, scored the lone goal for the Thorns. PacNW scored late in the second half on a penalty kick to tie it up.

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    Photo by MARCEE HARTZELL On Sunday, the Thorns beat Sound FC G07 A 7-0 with goals from Jamie Lawrence (pictured above), Paige Hunt, Fiona Macdonald, Rachel Corrette (2) and Natalie Thompson (2). Keepers Ellie McGowan and Paige Hunt teamed in the shutout for the Thorns.

  • Courtesy photo The local 3B Racing (Best Bikes and Boards) BMX team shined at the recent regional championship in Eugene, Ore. From left is Trevan Northington, 16, of Coeur d’Alene; TJ Wheeler, 13, of Coeur d’Alene; Raven Miller, 11, of Coeur d’Alene; Cody Jones, 6, of Medical Lake, Wash., Ashton Miller, 14, of Post Falls; Nathan Johnson, 7, of Coeur d’Alene; Rylie Northington, 11, of Coeur d’Alene; and Garrett Northington, 23, of Coeur d’Alene. Wheeler and Garrett Northington each came home with first-place finishes in their age groups, and Johnson and Ashton Miller each placed third. Johnson is ranked third in the Northwest, second in Idaho and third overall in the district.

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    Photo by CHERYL NICHOLS PHOTOGRAPHY Senior Jake Brown is this week’s Nosworthy’s Hall of Fame Coeur d’Alene High School co-Defensive Player of the Week. Coaches praised Brown for outstanding coverage and pass breakups vs. Central Valley.

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    Photo by CHERYL NICHOLS PHOTOGRAPHY Senior Colbey Nosworthy is this week’s Nosworthy’s Hall of Fame Coeur d’Alene High School co-Defensive Player of the Week. Nosworthy had a 77-yard interception return for a touchdown in the Vikings’ win at Central Valley.

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    Photo by CHERYL NICHOLS PHOTOGRAPHY Senior Brennan Crawford is this week’s Nosworthy’s Hall of Fame Coeur d’Alene High School Offensive Player of the Week. He rushed for 71 yards on 8 carries, and caught 7 passes for 155 yards in last Friday’s 35-13 victory at Central Valley.

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    Courtesy photo The FC Spokane North Idaho Boys 08 soccer team beat the Spokane Shadow Sounders B08 Valley Rave 2-1 on Sunday. FC Spokane North Idaho is currently undefeated in the fall season. In the front row from left are Tracen Crossley, Braden Smith, Paxton Grant, Milo Griebel and Marty Babb; and back row from left, Ethan Applegate, Elijah Rigsby, Brady Navarrete, coach Ashley Rider, Brody Burger McLuskie, Henry Earnest, Collin Brunn and Reid Thompson.

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    Courtesy photo Sophomore soccer player Ashley Grant is this week’s Post Falls High School Athlete of the Week. Grant had 7 saves in a win against Lewiston on Tuesday, and 14 saves in the game against Lake City on Saturday.

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    Photo by BUSCEMA PHOTOGRAPHY Isaac Buscema shoots as teammates Devin Pearson and Gabriel Jones look on as the Timbers North FC 06 Boys White soccer team played the EW Surf SC ‘06 White South on Saturday at Canfield. Late in a scoreless game, Buscema was fouled and Jones scored on the penalty kick for a 1-0 Timbers victory.

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    Courtesy photo The Coeur d’Alene Crush 04 fastpitch team won the 16/18U division Gold bracket at the Pumpkin Classic on Sunday in Yakima. The Crush also finished second in the high school division at the Diamonds Fall Classic on Sept. 29 in Spokane. The Crush was 9-1-1 for the two fall tournaments. In the front row from left are Kailey Cramer, Alexis Blankenship, Kristine Schmidt, Kaylyn Rice, Madi Cleave and Catherine Bakken; and back row from left, coach Bob Schmidt, Sophie Nungesser, Alyssa Kraus, coach Mike Dorame, Matea Dorame, Brynn Tolzmann, Cadence Posey, coach Tim Rice and coach Sean Cleave.

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    Courtesy photo Avant Coeur Gymnastics TOPs athletes Lavi Crain and Vivi Crain. Lavi Crain, 8, is headed to USA Gymnastics National TOPs testing in Indianapolis this weekend. In August Lavi tested at the state level competing against thousands of gymnasts across the country. Her state score earned her a spot at the national level with the top 100 athletes. Vivi Crain also tested at the state level and earned a spot on the National Diamond Team. The Diamond team represents the top 50 athletes in the 7-year-old age group.

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    Photo by SUZI ENTZI On Saturday, the Timbers North FC 06 Boys Red soccer team beat Harbor Premier B06 White 4-0. Kai Delio had 1 goal and 1 assist. Noah Waddell, Brayden Ristic and Lachlan May each had 1 goal. Kason Pintler & Connor Jump each had 1 assist. Connor Jump and Kai Delio teamed for the shutout in goal. On Sunday morning, the Timbers beat Eastside FC B06 White 1-0. Gavin Samayoa scored the goal and Max Entzi had the assist. Braden Latscha notched the shutout in goal. Pictured above is Kai Delio.

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    Photo by SUZI ENTZI The Thorns North FC 08 Girls Red soccer team tied the EW Surf SC G08 Royal 2-2 on Saturday in Hayden. Allison Carrico (pictured above, in white) and Nora Ryan each scored a goal for the Thorns.

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    Photo by MARCEE HARTZELL The Thorns North FC Girls 07 Red soccer team tied the PacNW G07 Maroon 1-1 on Saturday. Early in the first half Rachel Corette (pictured above, in center), the Thorns center forward, scored the lone goal for the Thorns. PacNW scored late in the second half on a penalty kick to tie it up.

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    Photo by MARCEE HARTZELL On Sunday, the Thorns beat Sound FC G07 A 7-0 with goals from Jamie Lawrence (pictured above), Paige Hunt, Fiona Macdonald, Rachel Corrette (2) and Natalie Thompson (2). Keepers Ellie McGowan and Paige Hunt teamed in the shutout for the Thorns.

SELECT SOCCER

Timbers North FC 08 Boys White: The Timbers traveled to Cheney, Wash., and defeated Atorm FC Boys 08 Studebaker 3-0. Reilly Smith, Charlie Dircksen and Donovan Bonar each scored a goal for the Timbers. Preston Samayoa has an assist. Collin Storey was in goal for the shutout.

Timbers North FC 10 Boys Green: The Timbers defeated Sounders Junior Higgins 10-0 on Saturday at the Spokane Polo Fields. Goals were scored by Logan Nitti, Blake Baune, Max Cole, Xanden Flowers and Ryder Quinn.

COEUR d’ALENE RECREATION

Soccer

2nd/3rd GIRLS DIVISION

McDonald’s – Ocoee Kaplan 3, Aspen Carter 2, Ruby Bates and Avery Halland 1.

J.L. Design – Payton Brennan 2 goals.

Ironman Foundation – Hailey Moss and Madilyn Mills 1 goal.

McDonalds – Avery Halland 1 goal.

J.L. Design — Payton Brennan 2, Emmy Parris and Emma Cook 1 goal.

Ironman Foundation – Maddy Martin 1 goal.

4TH/5TH GIRLS DIVISION

B & B Caulking – Tayah Kidd and Aspen Williams 1 goal each.

Idaho Forest Group – Idaho Forest Group- Grace Bassols 1 goal.

Onyx Avenue Apparel – Chloe Crowley 2 goals and Aislin Zasadny 1.

Bakery by the Lake – Isabella Cook and Lucy Lee 1 goals.

2nd BOYS DIVISION

Architects West – Emanual Vlad 1 goal.

Thorco – Leo Ervin 1 goal.

3rd BOYS DIVISION

A.C.I. – Aiden Toomey and Miles Tonna 1 goal.

Cd’A Idaho Clothing Co. — Nathan Shotropa 2 goals.

A.C.I. – Asher Barajas 2 goals and Kyle Everson 1 goal.

Cd’A Idaho Clothing Co. – Nathan Shotropa and Austin Hill 2, Zane Johnson and Joel Radke 1 goal.

4th/5th BOYS DIVISION

Idaho Forest Group – Reece Crandall 2 and Wyatt Hutchins 1 goal.

Kootenai Health – Josh Stewart 1 goal.

Alert Automotive – Ben Middleton 2, Dustin Stone, Jaeden Randall, Kaiden Brown, and Ronan Tweedy 1 goal.

Ironman Foundation – Braeden Wagner and Anthony Haler 2 goals, Wyatt Hill and Brody Reaves 1 goal.

Kootenai Health – Ashton Budd 2, Dayne Powers and Briggs Hazard 1.

Alert Automotive – Jaeden Randall, Owen Brancheau, Kaiden Brown 1 goal each

Cannon Hill Industries – John Shotropa, Mason Kassarjian 2, Cody O’Connor, Alex Pulsipher, Zach Fadness, and Caleb Vlad 1 goal

6TH COED DIVISION

Allegra – Logan Thompson 2, Ashton Clancy and Ethan Toomey 1 goal.

Onyx Avenue Apparel – Tessa Peterson 1 goal.

Kaiju Sushi – Tristin Kidd 2 goals.

Hagadone Directories – Sofia Peppin 1 goal.

Onyx Avenue Apparel – Keegan Wilson 2, Scout Brown and Whitlee Sudol 1 goal.

7th /8TH COED DIVISION

Crandall Law Group – Nathan Pulsipher 2 goals.

Our Town – Anne Tenbrink, Jack Law, Aidan Stewart 1 goal.

Bowtie Barber Shoppe – Payson Irwin and Marcus Davis 1 goal.

Crandall – Luke Gross 1 goal.

Flag football

Sept. 30

Dreschel Bros: 7

Boston Anderson – Rush TD

Extra Point

CDA Paving: 21

Carsyne Wilcox – 3 Rush TD

3 Extra Points

Ironman: 6

Hunter Williamson – Rush TD

Monton: 12

Ryker Hinkle – 2 Rush TD

Oct. 5

Monton Overhead Door: 7

Ryker Hinkle – 5 Rush TD

CDA Paving: 21

Carsyne Wilcox – 1 Rush TD

Wesley Trost Austin Little passing TD

3 Extra Points

Flag Football: 10:00am

WW Log Furniture: 6

Sam Weymouth – Rush TD

Dreschel Bros: 7

Gibson Fazakerley – 1 Rush TD

Extra point

Oct. 7

WW Log Furtniture: 6

JJ Larson – Rush TD

Monton Overhead Door: 18

Bryson Wallace Brycen Shuck passing TD

Casley Williams Rushing TD

Casley Williams Receiving TD

Flag Football 6:30

CDA Paving: 7

Carsyne Wilcox – Rushing TD

Extra point

Ironman Safe: 6

Taytum Bligh – Interception return for TD

RATHDRUM PARKS AND RECREATION

Soccer

Oct. 5

Mini-Mite (U4): Kacen Lohmiller (8), Jane Etchison, Roman Brunner, Ryker Haisten, Jackson Schmitt (6),

Garrett Hill, Everett Clark, Guster Stevens (3), Oliver Coppert (3), Greyson DiSanzo, MacKenzie Cook (3),

Brooklynn Peed (5), Kyland Eastin (11)

Mighty-Mite (U6): Jenna Tanner, Koen Lohmiller (2), Lillian Grey, Greyson Blackwelder, Alexa Pinheiro,

Brogan Reynolds (2), Westley Ngo (2), Clara Roberge, Paxton Wengeler (3), Tessa Roetcisoender, Cora

Mihara (4), Kaden Mcneil, Easton Richerson (2), Kamryn Hood, Everly Madden

Mega-Mite (U8): Rowan Roath, Dallen Wilding, Beau Rosscup (2), Kylie Schnetter, Liam Micke, Ben

Woodcock, Malachi Mark, Colling Hasz, Trentyn Kline, Maxwell Modine

U-10: Ben Roberge, Whit Parsons (2), Ricky Parker, Courtney Herrera (2), Aiden Hunt (4), Mckenna

Crouse, Daryan Haidari, Blake Smith (2)

U-12: Jaxson Sanborn (2), Cade Pittman, Lucas Vasquez, Blake Brooks (3), Katherine Cameron (5), Ethan Hunt (6), Ellie Smith

REAL LIFE MINISTRIES

Flag football

Oct. 3

At The Fields at Real Life Ministries

3rd/4th Grade Divsion

Game 1

Wolf Pack – 12

Super Chargers - 13

Wolf Pack

Touchdowns – Trent Lilyquist

Flag Pulls – Boaz Bell, Kohen Hedge, Brett Martin, Trent Lilyquist, John Neff

Purple Knights

Touchdowns – Jax Hedman, Jaxon Schillinger, Brayden Smith, Gavin Tosi

Flag Pulls – Liam Alderman, Nathan Cobb, Carson Eisnacher, Jax Molenaar, Brayden Smith, Gavin Tosi

Game 2

Warriors - 42

Invasion– 22

Warriors

Touchdowns – Kolton Anderson, Jameson Payne, Nicholas Smith, Jobe Stam

Flag Pulls –Kolton Anderson, Noah Erickson

Spartans

Touchdowns – Quinn Murrell

Flag Pulls – Isaiah Lewis, Drew Murrell, Quinn Murrell, Crew Walther, Jude Zender

Game 3

Super Chargers – 6

Invasion - 18

Super Chargers

Touchdowns – Jacoby Longtain

Flag Pulls – Grady Hicks, Gavin Kenner, Jacoby Longtain, Maximus McKim, Brock Pelphrey, Cian Silar, Cade Silar, William Straight

Invasion

Touchdowns –Hudson Rasor

Flag Pulls – Easton Annotti, Caleb Finney, Eli Jones, Hudson Rasor, Kage Rupinski, Jaxson Switzer

5th/6th Grade Division

Game 1

Auger Hawks - 38

SWAT Unit - 0

Auger Hawks

Touchdowns – Reese Crawford, Levi Godsell, Milo Griebel

Flag Pulls – Reese Crawford, Levi Godsell, Milo Griebel, Luke Hughes, Ethan Kile, Ainsely Parker, Haldon Thompson

Swat Unit

Touchdowns –

Flag Pulls – Victor Chacon, Caden Hodges, Ezra, Kunkel-Cypher, Gabe Nagrone

Game 2

The Wolves - 6

The Bandits - 14

The Wolves

Touchdowns – Cole Nelson

Flag Pulls – Rylan Anstine, Jordan Lewis, Luke Little, Tristan Martin, Cooper More, Molly Nelson, Caden Perkins

The Bandits

Touchdowns – Gavin Arrotta, Brayden VanLeuven

Flag Pulls – Liam Anderson, Gavin Arotta, Jonathan Barnhart, Cody Clary, Daniel Finney, Keanan Gannaway, Brayden VanLeuven

Game 3

The Warriors – 27

The Flying Goats - 24

The Warriors

Touchdowns – Brody, Bowlin, Paxson Rasor

Flag Pulls – Adam Bassols, Brody Bowlin, Christopher Catalone, Caden Dever, Paxon Rasor, Brady Rubert, Crew Thompson

Flying Goats

Touchdowns – Liam Applegate, Sawyer Bateman, Carter Pratt, Reese Wood

Flag Pulls – Liam Applegate, Sawyer Bateman, Shaun Christianson, Carter Pratt, Kellan Walther, Reese Wood

Oct. 5

PreK & K - Division

Game 1

Dolphins

Touchdowns – Kase Ralston, Cameron Tosi, Bryce VanLeuven

Flag Pulls – Harrison Berdan, Hawkins Hohner, Lee, Kase Ralston, Bryce VanLeuven

Red Tornados – Touchdowns –Cameron Hoy, Jaxsen Ontiveros, Witten Short

Flag Pulls – Hudson Herber, Cameron Hoy, Blake Nielsen, Jaxsen Ontiveros, Witten Short

Game 2

Panthers

Touchdowns – Trason Mortimer

Flag Pulls – Maverick Bartle, Trason Mortimer, Porter O’Berry

Hawks

Touchdowns – Dominic Bechel, Josh Bevacqua, Jaden Hoffman, Dominic Sanchez, Jagger Smith

Flag Pulls – Dominic Bechel, Josh Bevaqua, Jaden Hoffman, Dominic Sanchez, Graham Wilson

1st and 2nd Grade - Division

Game 1

SeaHawks – 2

Black Panthers - 12

SeaHawks

Touchdowns – Aure Brennan

Flag Pulls – Brody Brennan, Jimmer Genatone, Keegan Michael, Fletcher Tandy, Mason Tucker

Golden Knights

Touchdowns – Braxton Fisher

Flag Pulls – Jackson Cameron, Cade Chambers, Mason Cox, Braxton Fisher, Theron Kragovich, Brody Reames

Game 2

Huskies - 36

Gators - 24

Huskies

Touchdowns – Dawson Bechel, Parker Henniger, Jacob Palmer

Flag Pulls –Parker Henniger, Griffin Higgins, Beck Odenthal, Tate Torfin

Gators

Touchdowns – Logan Lovell, Sawyer Smith, Swayzie Thompson

Flag Pulls – Lincoln Hoy, Logan Lovell, Sawyer Smith

Game 3

Black Panthers – 48

Blazers – 26

Black Panthers

Touchdowns – Kannon Kreaman, Mac Peters, Liam Rettmann

Flag Pulls - Betley Bartle, Dexter Berdan, Eli Cooper, Kannon Kreaman, Carson Perki, Hunter Realmuto

Blazers

Touchdowns –Colter Nagrone

Flag Pulls – Easton Chaney, Isaac Greene, Preston Grieser, Lawson Roberg

Soccer

Oct. 5

At The Fields at Real Life Ministries

PreK & K – Division

Game 1

Mighty Tots – Goals – Carter Birdsall, Dalton Andrews

Cheetah Tornados – Goals – James Cox

Game 2

Little Giants – Hadlee Cooksey, Ensley Vuchnich

Superstars – Goals – Kyler Mee

Game 3

Tigers – Goals –Donny Mokena, Parker Franklin

Wild Pandas - Goals – Finley Hill

Game 4

Thunderbolts – Goals – Alexander Koretaas, Mathis Voeller

Stinky Socks – Goals – Ellie Batchhelder, Kaeleb Reed

1st & 2nd Grade Division

Game 1

Soccer Hawks – 4

Running Champions – 2

Soccer Hawks – Goals – Lucas Antonich, Henry Bowlby, Colton Rediger, Chase Redd

Running Champions – Goals – Isaac Pelphry

Game 2

Dizzy Donuts - 1

The Bombers – 1

Dizzy Donuts – Goals – Garrett Pagano

The Bombers – Goals – AJ Brunk

3rd to 6th Grade and beyond Division

Game 1

Barcelona FC – 1

Timbers - 2

Barcelona FC – Goals – Samson Kjar

Timbers – Goals – Tessa Lovell

Game 2

Cake Eaters - 2

Team Tacos -5

Cake Eaters – Goals - Summer Cox, Birdie Cox

Team Tacos – Goals - Asher Drake, Austin Olson

Game 3

The Wolves - 10

The Pugs - 3

The Wolves – Goals – Caleb Brumbach Devin Palm, Mason Perkins, Lauren Reardon

The Pugs – Goals - Gabriel Carlino, Caise Wright

Volleyball

At The Courts at Real Life Ministries

Oct. 5

Match 1

Sunset Spikes – 0 Sets

Sugar n’Spike – 3 Sets

Sunset Spikes – Aces – Esther Bell, Lindsay Clang, Lexie Fisher, Ella Hummer, Audri Madsen, Avy Murphy, Carolyn Tomlinson

Sugar n’Spike – Aces – Harley Bolstad, Ella Divine, Paige Hibbs, Natalie Ince, Kyalee Olson, Desi Palm, Lydia Rush, Jaclyn Thomas

Match 2

The Spikes – 2 Sets

Attack Pack – 1 set

The Spikes – Aces –Adelynn Archer, Jayden Devos, Gracee Jamison, Maya Keck

Attack Pack - Aces – Tessa Dorr, Isabelle Meredith, Ava Rivera

Match 3

Krazy Koalas – 0 Sets

Volley Llamas – 3 Sets

Krazy Koalas – Aces – Tatyana Davis, Katie Fisher, Elena Millan, Madelyn Putzig,

Volley Llamas – Aces – Peyton Barclift, Zuri Blood, Taylor Howe, Emily Tenney

POST FALLS PARKS

AND RECREATION

Soccer

Micro 5s

Auto Credit Sales: Jackson Babcock 1 goal, Benjimen Fetters 1 goal, Julian Connery 1 goals,

Blue Dog RV, Inc: Troy Fotopoulos 3 goals, Clayton Pennock 1 goal, Savannah Shoot 1 goal, Elizebeth Sparks 1 goal.

Coeur d Alene Pediatrics: Payton Brioso 2 goals, Lily Ratcliffe 3 goals.

Lakeview Financial: Tyzaiah Blodgett 1 goal, Gannon Chisholm 1 goal, Keziah Soltwisch 1 goal

Little Smiles Pediatric: Jack Gamble 1 goal, Charlie Johnson 1 goal, Lavender Lepley 1 goal, Jackson Peterson 2 goals

Peace Lutheran Church: Aiden Conrath 7 goals, Jerzey Duarte 2 goals, Adalynn Glover 2 goals, Brantlee Inmon 1 goal.

Saturday Night Inc: Olivia Graybeal 4 goals, Conor Rush 1 goal

Seright’s Ace Hardware: Blaine McQueary 1 goal, Tysen Millsap 7 goals

Mini 6s

Auto Credit Sales: Max Glinski 3 goals, Braxton Hayden 4 goals, Olive Looney 1 goal, Reese Scarello 1 goal

Blue Dog RV, Inc: Barrett Cohen 2 goals, Declan Elliot 1 goal, Aiden Mojzis 5 goals

Coeur d Alene Pediatrics — Kyal Carlson 4 goals, Jaxson Ramirez Murinko 2 goals

Lakeview Financial: Brookly Anderson 1 goal, Elijah Pickens 1 goal, Jackson Rogers 2 goals

Little Smiles: Kyal Carlson 3 goals, Jaxson Ramirez Murinko 4 goals

Pediatric Dentistry: Jaxton Bartholomew 2 goals, Riley Bunt 1 goal, Bentley Waldo 3 goals, Remi Zobell 2 goals

Peace Lutheran Church: Greyson Minkler 3 goals, Anders Misner 1 goal, Nora Schock 2 goal, Xander Weeks 2 goals

Saturday Night Inc.: Trenton Sumner 2 goals

Seright’s Ace Hardware: Benjamin Molitor 2 goals, Tyson Phillips 2 goals, Asher Taylor 2 goals.

Flag football

Oct. 5

1st & 2nd Grade Division

Badger Building Center: Beckham Caan 1 TD & 2 tackles, Ashdon Bettis 1 tackle, Eric Mullin 1 tackle, Kade Tucker 1 tackle.

Hagadone Directories: Gunner Brown 2 tackles, Jace Cornett 2 receptions, Bricen Cornett 2 tackles, Joey Klitch 2 tackles, Lukas Naylor 1 TD & 1 reception, Jett Simkins 1 tackle.

Park Model Homes: Alexander Allen 1 PAT, Dominic Buss 1 reception & 1 tackle, Jeremiah Cade 3 TD’s 1 interception & 2 tackles, Lane Hildesheim 8 tackles, Landen Millsap 1 TD & 1 tackle, Braxton Smith 2 TD’s, Benjamin Wanner 1 tackle, Paxton Worthington 1 reception & 1 tackle.

Post Falls Family Dental: Zachary Anderson 2 TD’s 2 interceptions & 3 tackles, Tyler Burton 1 tackle, Scout Peterson 2 PAT’s & 3 tackles, Nicolas Roberts 3 tackles, Zachary Score 1 tackle.

3rd & 4th Grade Division

Auto Credit Sales: Kessler Bentcik 1 tackle, Treyson Blodgett 1 tackle, Levi Diederichs 2 TD’s & 1 tackle, Henry Griffin 1 tackle, Nathan Sorensen 1 tackle, Nate Williams 1 TD & 1 tackle.

Mainstream Electric: Parker Bundy 1 PAT 1 interception & 4 tackles, Caydren Coleman-Taylor 1 tackle, Wyatt Laiva 1 tackle, Carter McNearney 1 TD 1 reception & 1 tackle, Elijah Ramirez 1 tackle, Jacob Wilson 1 TD.

QC Contracting: Tavion Cade 1 TD & 2 tackles, Hudson Clemons 1 PAT 1 reception & 3 tackles, Jack Lasher 1 PAT, Finley Odell 2 receptions & 2 tackles, Isaac Richard 1 tackle, Corbin Tremayne 2 TD’s & 1 tackle, Hunter Watson 1 TD 1 interception & 1 tackle.

Seright’s Ace Hardware: Griffin Carpenter 1 passing TD, Owen Feld 1 passing TD & 4 tackles, Payden Gurney 1 TD & 2 tackles, Jackson Holley 1 safety, Tate Merry 1 interception & 1 tackle, Grayson Morales 2 TD’s & 3 tackles, Judah Wymer 1 PAT.

HAYDEN RECREATION AND COMMUNITY EVENTS

Flag football

Sept. 14

K-1st

Fred’s Plumbing: Troy Hill-tackle; Cannon Bond-2 tackles; Ivan Lamb-tackle; Brody Cantrell-tackle; Camden Glindeman-5 tackles; Keaton Knoll-2 tackles

Lakeside Pediatrics: Bronson Bligh-TD, tackle; Mason Fantozzi- 2 pt PAT, 6 tackles; Dallas Hays-TD, 7 tackles; Ryland Howard-TD, tackle; Jase VanValin-3 tackles

Little Smiles Pediatric Dentistry: Waylon Shields-1 pt PAT, tackle; Markus Hedlund-2 TD’s, 3 tackles; Levi Tebbe-2-1 pt PAT’s, 6 tackles; Oliver Kilcup-tackle; Parker Plaisted-3 TD’s, 8 tackles

McDonald’s: Zane Armstrong-tackle; Elias Dahlin-TD; Evan LaBreck-tackle; Brycen Lenz-2 tackles; Rowen Moore-2 TD’s, 6 tackles

2nd-4th

Andy’s Heating & Cooling: Chase Gordon-Rec, Int; Breckin Jolley-TD; Silas Miller- TD

CDA Sheet Metal: Landon Capaul-2 TD’s, 2 pt PAT, Int, tackle; Logan Capaul- tackle; Cooper Chaffin-2 TD’s, 3 tackles; Knox Keogh- TD, Int, tackle; Mason Poole-2 tackles; Ethan Ramsrud-tackle

Cooper’s Lawn Maintenance: Landon Brodin-2 pt PAT, Rec, 2 tackles; Cole Clyne-2 TD’s, 5 tackles; Easton Clyne-tackle, Trenton Jones-tackle, sack; Archer Kirk-5 tackles; Lincoln Kloos- Rec; Daxon Priebe-tackle; Parker Stearns-tackle; Zeke-tackle

Lancaster Market: Lincoln Babb-Rec,2 tackles; Isaac Crebs-1 pt PAT, tackle; Beckett Field- 2 TD’s, 1 pt PAT, Int, 4 tackles; Gage Gatten-TD, tackle; James Guy-TD, 1 pt PAT, Rec, 2 tackles; Wesley Morlock-Rec; Brody Myers-2 tackles; Otto Parson-tackle; Kade Robbins-2 tackles; Pierce Stringham-tackle

Saturday Night, Inc.: Brennen Couch-2 tackles; Brody Hensley-Rec, 3 tackles; Blake Karlgaard- 15-yd Rec, tackle; William Keith-4 Rec’s, Int, 3 tackles; Kason Lenz- 53-yd Rec TD; Brayson Moore- 40-yd TD Run, 2 rec; Nico Stidman- 5 tackles; Alex Torres-53-yd TD pass

Smart Start Learning Academy: Connor Hiltenbrand- 15-yd Run, 2 tackles; Clay Larwin-4 tackles; Scott Luna-tackle, 20-yd run; Griffin McKeekan-Int, 2 tackles; Ryder VanValin-15-yd TD run, 2 tackles; Sam Wery-tackle; Roman Wullenwaber-tackle; Hayden Bolton-TD, 2 tackles

Super 1 Foods: Bennett Anderson-2 tackles; Brody Barker-4 tackles; Nolan Herbig-TD, tackle; Westyn LaVella-4 tackles; Dylan Mortier- TD

TeleRad Connect: Cole Armstrong-TD, 2 tackles; Cooper Arrotta-2 tackles; Ryker Frank-6 tackles; Bryce Lively-tackle; Carter Tuck-2 tackles; Porter VanValin-TD, 1 pt PAT, 2 tackles

Soccer

Oct. 5

Mini-Kickers (3-4 year-olds)

Ace Drywall: No stats available

Jump for Joy: Maverick Paine-4 goals

Lancaster Market- Catalina Conces-2 goals

Liberty Auto & Tire CDA: Nellie Behunin-2 goals; Axel Cysewski-1 goal

Meckel Engineering & Surveying: Kendal Ebbert-2 goal; Sawyer Ebbert-1 goal; James Howard-2 goals

Peck & Peck Excavating: Derek Cross-1 goal; Boss Gustafson-2 goals; Jace Solo-5 goals

RA Designs: Allison Legg-1 goal

Saturday Night, Inc.: Brystol Hays-2 goals; Luke Johnson-2 goals; Mason Scholten-2 goals;

Super 1 Foods: No stats available

Timberline Adventures: Jayce Beck-3 goals; Cami Kellmer-1 goal

Trev’s 208 Real Estate: Alexander Boggess-2 goals; Cooper Corbeill-1 goal; Tobiyah Lynden-3 goals

VanZandt Financial: Wryder Shannon-2 goals; Landon Skiles-5 goals

Zips Drive-In Red: No stats available

Zips Drive-In Yellow: Henry Corsi-3 goals

Micro-Kickers (5-6 year-olds)

Ace Drywall: Brody Mittelstadt-1 goal

Andy’s Heating & Cooling Blue: Brookelynne Carson-1 goal; Forrest Carson-2 goals; Landon Kuespert-3 goals;Levi Pooler-1 goal

Andy’s Heating & Cooling Yellow:Brayden Rhodes-1 goal; Asher Witherwax-1 goal; Jonah Wuest-1 goal

Dr. Dance Dentistry for Kids: Ben Anderson-1 goal; Ezra Pike-1 goal

Fred’s Plumbing Blue: No stats available

Fred’s Plumbing Green: Oliver Clark-3 goals; Brooke Nelson-1 goal

Idaho Forest Group: Mack Berend-1 goal; Riley Quindt-1 goal

Jump for Joy Blue: Henry Horsmon-4 goals; Rylan Nitti-2 goals; Emery Talbot-1 goal

Jump for Joy Yellow: Mason Fantozzi-3 goals; Sophie Fortin-1 goal

Lakeside Pediatrics Red: Flint Barton-1 goal; Brody Williams-3 goals

Lakeside Pediatrics White: Asher Engles-2 goals

Laserbugs: Finley Martin-1 goal; Isaac May-2 goals

North Idaho Dental Group: Bridger Landers-1 goal

Saturday Night, Inc.: Hayden Graisy-1 goal; Theodore Serticchio-4 goals

Squeaky’s Car Wash: No stats available

Timberline Adventures: Ashlie Guy-1 goal; Daniel Ploof-7 goals; Parker Singer-2 goals; Hudson Sozzoni-1 goal

Trev’s 208 Real Estate: Sawyer Minert-1 goal; Lucy Snyder-1 goal

Van Zandt Financial: No stats available

8U Girls

Grace Tree Service: Lilly Murphy-2 goals

Inland Alarm: Annie Grant-2 goals

Meine Insurance: Brynlee Johnston-2 goals

White Pine Wealth: Angel Adams-1 goal; Lanna Yager-1 goal

8U Boys

Hayden Vision Source: Game #1-No Stats Available

Game #2- Kolby Cox; Isaac Jackson-1 goal

Lancaster Market: Dylan Baune-1 goal

McDonald’s: Game #1-Dillon Matheson-2 goals; Asher Smith-1 goal; Landon Smith-2 goals

Game #2- George Chiappe-2 goals; Dillon Matheson-1 goal

Super 1 Foods: Owen Newby-1 goal

Timberline Adventures: Benjamin Magoffin-1 goal; Austin Perkins-1 goal; Ethan Skiles-1 goal

Umpqua Bank: Rusty Moorman-2 goals; Eli Vatsog-1 goal

10U

CDA Structures: No stats available

Squeaky’s Car Wash: Game #1- No stats available

Game #2-Lucia Barton-3 goals;Adelynn Blessing-1 goal; Liam Garr-Coles-2 goals; Julian Jones-1 goal; Brody Martin-3 goals; Anthony Mills-2 goals

Steel Structures America: Jovanni Stanton-1 goal

Toro Viejo: Danika Thompson-1 goal

Trinity Church: No Stats Available

Urban Edge Salon: Game #1- Andrew Grady-2 goals

Game #2- Taytem Frazier-2 goals; Andrew Grady-2 goals; Jettson Sylte-1 goal

12U

Ace Drywall: Game #1- Elliot Engles-2 goals; Marcus McFadden-1 goal; Brayden Osterdock-2 goals

Game #2- Marcus McFadden-1 goal; Brady Meehan-2 goals

Adapt Allstars: Game #1-No stats available

Game #2- Jeremiah Magoffin-1 goal; Joseph Nicklay-3 goals

Little Smiles Pediatric Dentistry: Jason Culpepper-1 goal; Bennet DeSchryver-1 goal; Abraham Holton-1 goal; Javin Keough-1 goal-1 goal; Marshal Peters-5 goals; Colton Scott-2 goals

MacroAir: Game #1- Hayden Adams-3 goals

Game #2-No stats available

NYC Piano Bar: Stormy Marich-1 goal

Telerad Connect: Game #1-Joshua Nixon-3 goals; Jaron Yager-1 goal

Game #2-Jackson Busby-1 goal; Joshua Nixon-1 goal

15U

Austin’s Ladder- Levi Grassi-1 goal

CCS: Roslyn Crips-1 goal; Michael Marshall-2 goals

Steel Structures America: Luke Staudacher-1 goal

Trinity Church: Joshua Busby-2 goals; Elijah Nixon-2 goals; Regan Wright-1 goal

BOWLING

Sunset Bowling Center

Week 3

Pee Wees (Bumpers)

High Game Boys: Braidin Marsh - 79

High Game Girls: Tori Graff - 74; Scarlett Goss - 61; Lucy Goss - 43

Bantams

High Game Boys: Mason Shuburg - 64; Hunter McComb - 49; Evan Shuburg - 33

High Game Girls: Chloe McCliggott - 78; Rosy Gallegos - 64; Addison Herberly - 27

Preps

High Game Boys: Brandon Gallegos - 147; Tobin O’Neill - 118; Brandon Martinez - 102

High Game Girls: Ruby Goodknight - 110; Lexi Goss - 89; Kaleigh Wand - 79

Juniors

High Game Boys: Wyatt Grunwald - 290; TJ Scott - 233; Aaron Hast - 226

High Game Girls: Bayli Lindeke - 163; Daphnee Hammond - 121; Sophia Graff - 113

Other 200 Games: Wyatt Grunwald - 221; Caleb Kearl - 210

600 + Series: Wyatt Grunwald - 692

Tim Fristoe Youth/Adult Tournament

(the youth bowler, who is listed first, earned college scholarship money)

1st Place - Ellie Powell/Richard Hole - $150 Scholarship

2nd Place - Hunter McComb/Brian McComb - $125 Scholarship

3rd Place - Aaron Hast/Tammy Hast - $90 Scholarship

4th Place - Caleb Kearl/Eric Platt - $70 Scholarship

5th Place - Kenton Still/Corey Still - $50 Scholarship

6th Place - Tyler Schoen/Troy Meyer - $25 Scholarship

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