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Pounds leads Viking boys to title at Moscow golf invite

| April 7, 2010 9:00 PM

MOSCOW - Coeur d'Alene senior Alex Pounds shot a 3-over-par 75 to claim medalist honors on a cold afternoon at the Moscow Invitational at the University of Idaho Course on Tuesday.

"We're 0-5 on conditions for tournaments so far," Coeur d'Alene boys coach Bryan Duncan said. "We had a mild winter, so we practiced a lot. It's frustrating to get into the season and have wind, rain and snow. It's the same for everyone, so you've got to take it in stride. I'm proud of Alex (Pounds) for grinding out a medalist performance."

"Given the conditions, part of the holes were good and the others weren't," Lake City boys coach Kent Scanlon said. "Kevin (Porto) had a really good score of an 81 with some of the medalists in the high 70s. The wind chill for the first half of the tourney was 26 degrees - not golf weather, but I guess it is in North Idaho."

Hunter Kraft shot a 78 for the Coeur d'Alene JV team. Jayce Yoshida shot an 81 for Post Falls.

Complete team scores for the girls tournament were not provided.

University of Idaho Course

Par 72

6,106 yards

TEAM SCORES - 1, Coeur d'Alene 314. 2, Lewiston 328. 3, Moscow 334. 4, Clarkston 339. 5, Coeur d'Alene JV 347. 6, Lewiston JV 352. 7, Post Falls 353. 8, Lake City 355. 9 (tie), St. Maries, Lakeland 388. 11, Pullman 403. 12, Moscow JV 418.

MEDALIST - Alex Pounds, Coeur d'Alene, 75.

COEUR d'ALENE - Alex Pounds 75, Andrew Roller 78, Brennan Stillinger 78, Zach Davis 83, Kyle Kaufman 92.

LAKE CITY - Spencer Skipper 86, Kevin Porto 81, Matt Creighton 94, Will Groetken 93.

POST FALLS - Jayce Yoshida 81, Kaleb Retz 94, Kellen Dorhman 95, Tully Fedele 83, Brock Jackson 111.

COEUR d'ALENE JV - Michael Porter 88, Dalton Cunningham 87, Hunter Kraft 78, John Duffin 88, Brendan Bell-Taylor 94, Kendrich Nagel 95.

University of Idaho Course

Par 72

5,538 yards

TEAM SCORES - Complete scores not provided.

MEDALIST - not provided.

POST FALLS (401)- Rachel Westby 89, Maddie Dodge 91, Hayley Serdahl 106, Trinity Hill 115, Makena Schevenius 115.

COEUR d'ALENE (480) - Jordan Hintz 101, Dani Olsen 102, Camry Mitten 138, Taylor Hammon 139.


West Valley 7

Lake City 3

COEUR d'ALENE - That final out proved to be the toughest one to get for Lake City, as West Valley scored five runs in the top of the seventh inning - all after two were out - to beat the Timberwolves in the nonleague game.

Mitch Peterson's RBI single tied the game, and the Eagles followed with four more hits in a row to take the lead for good.

Justin Moses delivered a two-run single in the fourth inning for Lake City (5-4) to tie the game at 2. Jason Pattis' run-scoring single in the fifth put the T-Wolves up 3-2.

Lake City plays host to Post Falls today in a makeup game from Monday.

West Valley 002 000 5 - 7 11 0

Lake City 000 210 0 - 3 5 2

Briant Taylor, Steven Johnson (6) and Ben Foster; Grant Curtis, Michael Truscello (7) and Bryce Mort. W - Johnson. L - Curtis (1-1).

HITS: WV - Clausen 2, Peterson 2, Foster 2, Beckman, Lane, Salazar 3. LC - Pharis, Pattis, Combo, Bevacqua, Moses. 2B - Clausen, Peterson, Beckman, Lane, Pharis, Combo.

Rainouts: Lakeland's home game with Sandpoint was rescheduled for today at 4 p.m. Timberlake's game at Kellogg was rescheduled for April 15. No makeup date was announced for Coeur d'Alene at Post Falls.


West Valley 3

Lakeland 2

SPOKANE - Jamie Klopatek had five strikeouts in the Hawks' nonleague loss to the Eagles.

"I thought we played OK," Lakeland coach Colleen Bevacqua said. "We just need to turn the bats on offensively."

Lakeland (3-5) travels to Lake City on Thursday.

Lakeland 000 001 1 - 2 3 2

West Valley 200 001 x - 3 3 2

Jamie Klopatek and Alia Cox; Peckham and Francisco. W - Peckham. L - Klopatek (2-2).

HITS: LL - Campbell, Grawcock, Jacobson. WV - Robinson, Peckham 2.

Freeman 16

St. Maries 6

FREEMAN, Wash. - Megan McIntyre had four hits to lead the Scotties past the Lumberjacks in a nonleague game.

Tia Asbury had three hits for the Lumberjacks (4-2), who travel to Timberlake on Thursday.

"They (Freeman) did a lot of the small things well," St. Maries coach Todd Bitterman said. "We had a case of the fumbles today and it cost us. They're a pretty good team."

St. Maries 202 20 - 6 12 6

Freeman 421 54 - 16 17 1

Game called in 5th inning due to 10-run rule.

Tia Asbury, Jaylee Sines (5) and Jade Wemhoff; Amanda Malloy and Samantha Bishop. W - Malloy. L - Asbury (3-2).

HITS: SM - Asbury 3, Reid 2, Mo. Cummings 2, Ma. Cummings 2, Masterson, Wemhoff, Arrhenius. Free - Poukert 3, Bishop 2, Mitchell 2, McIntyre 4, Pintar 2, Coumont, Ramelow 2, Cossey 3. 2B - Poukert, Cossey. 3B - Mo. Cummings, Mitchell, McIntrye, Cossey. HR - Cossey.

Rainouts: Timberlake and Kellogg were rained out in the top of the first inning at Kellogg. The game is tentatively rescheduled for Friday. No makeup date was announced for Coeur d'Alene at Post Falls.

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