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BASEBALL

COEUR d'ALENE - Colin Comack's RBI double capped Coeur d'Alene's six-run rally in the bottom of the seventh inning and the Vikings defeated Lewiston 8-7 in the second game of a 5A Inland Empire League doubleheader Saturday at Ted Page Field.

Drew Turbin and Devon Austin recorded RBIs before Ryan Dunton's two-run double tied the game at 7.

Johnny Rake's two-run home run in the top of the 10th inning broke an 8-all tie and lifted Lewiston (14-1, 5-1 5A IEL) past Coeur d'Alene 10-8 in the opener.

Austin's two-run homer in the bottom of the seventh forced the game into extra innings. Austin also had a solo shot in the second game.

"We had two exciting baseball games today and the first one could have gone either way," Coeur d'Alene coach Nick Rook said. "Derek Priano threw great in the second game."

The Vikings (9-5, 1-1) host Post Falls on Tuesday.

FIRST GAME

Lewiston 000 113 021 2 - 10 22 1

Coeur d'Alene 020 001 221 0 - 8 12 3

Kerns, Ka. Knigge (8) and Mai; Jake Pereira, Colin Comack (6), Nathan Collier (10), Mike Schmidt (10) and Devon Austin. W - Ky. Knigge. L - Collier (1-1).

HITS: Lew - Kerns, Holley 4, Grunenfelder 2, Ky. Knigge 2, Rake 2, Ka. Kinigge 2, Mai 3, Presby 3, Hall 2. Cd'A - Turbin, Lambert, Austin 2, Comack, Pereira, DeHaas, Cade 2, Klatt, Dunton, Nyquist. 2B - Holley, 2, Ky. Kinigge, Hall, Austin, Nyquist. 3B - Ky. Kinigge, Comack. HR - Austin, Rake.

SECOND GAME

Lewiston 020 001 4 - 7 11 1

Coeur d'Alene 100 100 6 - 8 9 5

Rake and Mai; Derek Priano, Schmidt (7) and Austin. W - Schmidt. L - Rake.

HITS: Lew - Kern, Holley, Grunenfelder, Ky. Knigge, Rake 2, Mai, Ka. Knigge 2, Presby, Hall. Cd'A - Turbin 2, Austin 2, Dunton, Comack 2, Cade 2. - Holley, Dunton, Comack. HR - Austin.

Lakeland 22-8

Bonners Ferry 2-3

BONNERS FERRY - No other information was available.

St. Maries 6-5

Timberlake 0-1

SPIRIT LAKE - Jaden Guidry and Brad Anderson hit two-run doubles in a four-run fifth inning in the first game to lift the Lumberjacks to an Intermountain League doubleheader sweep of the Tigers.

St. Maries (3-8, 3-1 IML) took advantage of six Timberlake errors in the second game.

Kyle Overland and Kenny Ridgeway had two hits apiece for Timberlake (6-5, 2-2), which travels to Moscow on Monday.

St. Maries will host Priest River on Tuesday.

FIRST GAME

St. Maries 200 040 0 - 6 13 4

Timberlake 000 000 0 - 0 4 5

Jaden Guidry and Brad Anderson; Kyle Overland and Sal Miranda. W - Guidry (2-3). L - Overland (2-2).

HITS: SM - Pugh, Anderson 3, Guidry 2, Stephenson, Sempel 2, Short. TL - Tymesen, Miranda, Shaffer 2. 2B - Anderson, Guidry, Tymesen.

SECOND GAME

St. Maries 010 031 0 - 5 9 2

Timberlake 000 010 0 - 1 8 6

Bubba Pugh and Brad Anderson; J.D. Page, Conner Peery (6) and Sal Miranda. W - Pugh (1-3). L - Page (0-2).

HITS: SM - Pugh, Guidry 2, Stephenson, Appel 2, Short, Yearout 2. TL - Tymesen, Overland 2, Shaffer, Ridgeway 2, Sedillo. 2B - Guidry, Appel.

Priest River 6-11

Kellogg 3-7

KELLOGG - Kyle Bradbury hit a two-run triple in the top of the fifth to help spark the Spartans past the Wildcats in the first game of an Intermountain League sweep at Teeters Field.

Johnathan Butler and Tyler Douglas had three hits apiece in the second game as the Spartans (4-6, 3-2 IML) pounded out 16 hits.

Tyler Groth, Dustin Mitchem and Zach Pickering had two hits apiece for Kellogg (3-6, 1-3) in the second game.

On Tuesday, Kellogg travels to Bonners Ferry and Priest River travels to St. Maries.

FIRST GAME

Priest River 001 040 1 - 6 7 2

Kellogg 000 102 0 - 3 2 4

Kyle Bradbury and Tyler Barber; Hayden Garner and Dustin Mitchem. W - Bradbury. L - Garner (1-1).

HITS: PR - Mortensen, Butler 2, Munar, Bradbury, Sommer 2. Kell - Groth, Harris. 2B - Groth, Sommer. 3B - Mortensen, Bradbury.

SECOND GAME

Priest River 404 111 0 - 11 16 1

Kellogg 122 110 0 - 7 7 4

Austin Sommer, Johnathan Butler (6) and Johnathan Butler and Tyler Barber (6); Zach Pickering, Jacob Harris (4), Ryan Beggerly (6) and Dustin Mitchem. W - Sommer. L - Pickering (0-2).

HITS: PR - Butler 3, Munar, Bradbury, Douglas 3, Sommer 2, Dymitro 2, Chambers 3. Kell - Groth 2, Mitchem 2, Pickering 2, Clark. 2B - Muner, Dymitro, Chambers 2, Clark. 3B - Butler.

SOFTBALL

Lewiston 8-5

Coeur d'Alene 2-8

COEUR d'ALENE - Elli Tindall had four RBIs in the second game as the Vikings split with the Bengals (10-5, 2-4 5A IEL) in 5A Inland Empire League play at Larry Schwenke Field.

In the first game, Coeur d'Alene (11-2, 1-1) left 16 runners on base, but rallied in the second game to earn a split thanks to a five-run third inning.

"We left a lot of players on the bases," Coeur d'Alene coach Larry Bieber said. "It kind of got us in trouble and they (Lewiston) opened the gates on us."

Chelsey Rasmussen was 3 for 3 with an RBI in the second game for Coeur d'Alene, which hosts Post Falls on Tuesday.

FIRST GAME

Lewiston 001 312 1 - 8 6 3

Coeur d'Alene 020 000 0 - 2 11 2

Chelsey Thomason and Shaundee Garrett; Lindsie Scholwinski and Teigan Lockwood. W - Thomason. L - Scholwinski (6-1).

HITS: Lew - Redd 2, Baldwin, Hawthorn, Feucht, Kramer. Cd'A - Parker 2, Tindall, Lupinacci, Scholwinski 2, Petit, Rasmussen, Lockwood, Spencer.

SECOND GAME

Lewiston 500 000 0 - 5 4 1

Coeur d'Alene 035 000 x - 8 9 1

Lunden Young and Shaundee Garrett; Nikki Ragsdale and Jessica Ball. W - Ragsdale (5-1). L - Young.

HITS: Lew - Redd, Garrett, Johnson, Roth. Cd'A - Tindall, Lupinacci, Scholwinski, Ragsdale, Petit 2, Rasmussen 3. 2B - Tindell.

Timberlake goes 1-1 on Montana trip

LIBBY, Mont. - Nicole Cameron had 16 strikeouts on the day for the Tigers as they fell to Frenchtown 9-4 and defeated Libby 13-3 in nonleague games at Libby High.

Cameron had 10 strikeouts in a loss to Frenchtown in which the Tigers committed seven errors.

Against Libby, Sydney Malloy had a two-run double in the fourth inning for Timberlake, which also got a three-run home run by Jenna Hoffman in the top of the seventh inning.

"We seemed to step up and started to get some clutch hits," Timberlake coach Mike Menti said. "Our defense came to play a little bit against Libby.

Timberlake (1-7) hosts Moscow on Tuesday.

FRENCHTOWN 9, TIMBERLAKE 4

Frenchtown 013 302 0 - 9 8 1

Timberlake 000 130 0 - 4 6 7

Jacobs and Liceman; Nicole Cameron and Ashlei Jerome. W - Jacobs. L - Cameron (0-4).

HITS: French - Kees 3, Liceman, Bardner, McGwire, Horton. TL - Hill, Hoffman, Jerome, Bitner, Kuykendall. 2B - Liceman.

TIMBERLAKE 13, LIBBY 3

Timberlake 206 200 3 - 13 11 3

Libby 200 000 1 - 3 3 3

Nicole Cameron and Ashlei Jerome; DeWalt and Hageness. W - Cameron (1-4). L - DeWalt.

HITS: TL - Malloy 2, Cameron, Hill 2, Hoffman, Jerome 2, Neal, Bitner, Muhlhauser. Lib - Hageness, Barton, Monroe. 2B - Malloy, Jerome. HR - Hoffman (2).

Kellogg 9-6

Priest River 4-4

KELLOGG - Kirsten Viche's two-run single triggered a six-run first inning in the opener, and the host Wildcats went on to sweep the Spartans in IML play at Kellogg Middle School.

Michaela Stewart struck out eight in the first game, seven in the second for Kellogg (3-3, 2-2 IML). Stewart hit a two-run single in the third inning of the second game to break a 2-all tie. Jessica Layton added a two-run single to cap the six-run inning.

Dani Hawes, Tessa DeMers and Holly Hirst each had three hits on the day for Priest River (2-9, 0-2), which plays host to Lakeland on Wednesday in a doubleheader.

FIRST GAME

Priest River 001 003 0 - 4 8 4

Kellogg 600 120 x - 9 5 0

Fink and DeMers; Stewart and Samuelson. W - Stewart (1-1). L - Fink.

HITS: PR - Hawes, DeMers 2, Hirst 2, Soumas, Deal, Fink. Kell - Huber, Hojem, Viche 2, Ivie. 2B - Hirst, Ivie.

SECOND GAME

Priest River 200 100 1 - 4 5 0

Kellogg 006 000 x - 6 7 2

Hirst and Deal; Stewart and Layton. W - Stewart (2-1). L - Hirst.

HITS: PR - Hawes 2, DeMers, Hirst, Barber. Kell - Huber, Hojem 2, Squires, Layton, Stewart 2. 2B - Hirst, Hawes, Stewart.

TRACK AND FIELD

Timberlake boys, Charter girls second

FREEMAN, Wash. - The Timberlake boys and Coeur d'Alene Charter girls placed second in the eight-team Interstate Rivals Invitational at Freeman High.

Jacob Bowman (100, 200, long jump) of Coeur d'Alene Charter, Colton Watt (110 hurdles, discus) of Bonners Ferry and Brian Tucker (800, high jump) and Travis Porter (high jump/triple jump) of Timberlake won multiple boys events.

Dominique Billingslea (100, 200, 400) of Coeur d'Alene Charter and Bonners Ferry senior Erin Hiatt (800, 300 hurdles) won multiple girls events. Timberlake's sprint medley team and Bonners Ferry's 4x400 relay also won.

TEAM SCORES - 1, Colville 139.83. 2, Timberlake 127.33. 3, Freeman 125.5. 4, Bonners Ferry 123.83. 5, Coeur d'Alene Charter 88.5. 6, Lakeland 58. 7, Valley Christian 38. 8, Tekoa-Oakesdale-Rosalia 31.

WINNERS, LOCALS IN TOP 3

100 - 1, Jacob Bowman, Cd'A C, 11.65. 200 - 1, Jacob Bowman, Cd'A C, 23.33. 400 - 1, Jared Fisher, Colv, 51.69. 2, Jacob Callister, BF, 52.68. 800 - 1, Brian Tucker, TL, 2:04.03. 2, Wes Billingslea, Cd'A C, 2:12.87. 3, Ben Baumer, LL, 2:17.52. 1,600 - 1, Leo Francovich, Cd'A C, 4:55.53. 2, Brendan Foster, Cd'A C, 4:58.15. 3,200 - 1, Ned Fischer, Colv, 10:14.45. 3. Leo Francovich, Cd'A C, 10:37.84.

110 hurdles - 1, Colton Watt, BF, 15.72. 2, Derek Puckett, TL, 15.92. 300 hurdles - 1, Derek Puckett, TL, 40.44. 2, Colton Watt, BF, 40.71. 4x100 relay - 1, Colville, 45.64. 3, Timberlake, 46.08. 4x400 relay - 1. Colville, 3:34.18. 2, Timberlake, 3:39.92. Weight relay - 1, Freeman, 48.65. 3, Bonners Ferry, 51.64. Distance medley - 1, Colville, 11:02.94. 3, Lakeland, 12:09.13.

Shot put - 1, Cruze Thompson, Colv, 40-6. 2, Brandon Ratcliff, BF, 40-3 1/2. 3, Nic Perez, BF, 39-9 3/4. Discus - 1, Colton Watt, BF, 125-11. 2, Brandon Ratcliff, BF, 108-11. 3, Matt Kriz, TL, 107-11. Javelin - 1, Gunner Kreese, VC, 138-3. High jump - 1, Travis Porter, TL, 5-8. 2, Brian Cronnelly, TL, 5-6. 2, Reid Bennett, BF, 5-6. Pole vault - 1, Cody Aery, TL, 11-6. 2, Taylor Tompke, BF, 11-6. 3, Colton Fulwiler, TL, 11-0. Long jump - 1, Jacob Bowman, Cd'A C, 20-10. 3, Travis Porter, TL, 20-2. Triple jump - 1, Travis Porter, TL, 41-6 1/2. 3, Brian Hann, LL, 37-7.

TEAM SCORES - 1, Central Valley 136. 2, Coeur d'Alene Charter 118. 3, Colville 104. 4, Lakeland 101. 5, Freeman 94. 6, Timberlake 92. 7, Bonners Ferry 82. 8, Valley Christian 40.

WINNERS, LOCALS IN TOP 3

100 - 1, Dominique Billingslea, Cd'A C, 13.32. 3, Courtney Tucker, BF, 13.63. 200 - 1, Dominique Billingslea, Cd'A C, 28.31. 2, Courtney Tucker, BF, 28.41. 3, Caitlyn Nichols, TL, 28.59. 400 - 1, Dominique Billingslea, Cd'A C, 1:01.29. 2, Courtney Tucker, BF, 1:01.34. 800 - 1, Erin Hiatt, BF, 2:29.41. 2, Alex Ward, Cd'A C, 2:32.74. 3, Alex Turbin, TL, 2:34.46. 1,600 - 1, Ashly George, TL, 5:53.51. 2, Rachel Pinkerton, Cd'A C, 5:58.61. 3, Alyssa Kim, Cd'A C, 5:59.16. 3,200 - 1, Rachel Pinkerton, Cd'A C, 12:37.45.

100 hurdles - 1, Sydney Haney, LL, 17.63. 300 hurdles - 1, Erin Hiatt, BF, 48.94. 3, Sydney Haney, LL, 52.65. 4x100 relay - 1. Colville, 53.32. 3, Coeur d'Alene Charter, 54.12. 4x200 relay - 1, Freeman 1:56.08. 3, Coeur d'Alene Charter, 1:57.88. 4x400 relay - 1, Bonners Ferry (Allyson Merrifield, Courtney Tucker, Sydney Hubbard, Kaytlinn Rice), 4:28.28. 3, Coeur d'Alene Charter, 4:34.90. Weight relay - 1, Timberlake (Frances Smith, Jessica Shelton, Leila Riley, Amanda Kirby), 59.35. 2, Lakeland, 1:00.33. Distance medley - 1, Central Valley, 14:26.09.

Shot put - 1, Morgan Romey, Free, 35-4. 3, Megan Ranberg, LL, 31-11 1/2. Discus - 1, Sara Lentz, Colv, 112-9. 3, Megan Ranberg, LL, 97-5. Javelin - 1, Katie Worley, VC, 104-3. High jump - 1, Talia Neiman, Free, 5-0. 2, Sabrina Ewing, Cd'A C, 5-0. Pole vault - 1, Sara Hemenway, CV, 9-0. 2, Sam Simmons, TL, 8-6. 2, Erin Hiatt, BF, 8-6. Long jump - 1, Latecia Howell, LL, 17-0 1/2. 2, Sabrina Ewing, Cd'A C, 16-3. 3, Allyson Merrifield, BF, 15-3. Triple jump - 1, Sabrina Ewing, Cd'A C, 33-10.

Trojan girls second

at Mooberry Relays

SPOKANE - Post Falls' girls finished runner-up to Central Valley 78-73.5 at the Mooberry Relays at Gonzaga Prep.

Allison Meehan and Jalana White teamed to help Post Falls win the triple jump. Meehan, Shaundra Scott, Kadee Booth and Josie Tennison teamed to win the 4x100 (50.9), 4x200 (1:48.10) and sprint medley (4:39.5) relays for the Trojans.

Rebecca Bauman was second in the discus (122-8) for Post Falls. Tori Bertsch tied for second in the high jump (5-0), Booth was third in the 100 (12.9), and Kacie Shields was third in the 100 hurdles (16.1).

GIRLS TENNIS

Lake City 4

Medical Lake 3

COEUR d'ALENE - Ronique Padda, Raveena Padda and Bri Duran won singles matches for the Timberwolves against Medical Lake. Lake City hosts Post Falls on Thursday.

SINGLES - No 1, Ronique Padda, LC, w. by default Danielle VonLehe, ML. No. 2, Heather Butler, ML, d. Brittany Engle. 6-0, 6-1. No 3, Raveena Padda, LC, d. Angelica Plogman, 6-2, 6-2. No. 4, Bri Duran, LC, d. Linsey Abbott, 6-3, 6-3.

DOUBLES - No. 1, Anissa Meter/Kylie Tareski, ML, d. Jill Johnson/Haley Kausen, 6-3, 6-4. No. 2, Amanda Smith/Sarah Finney, LC, d. Brenna Vinson/Jessica Kauffman, 6-4, 1-6, 6-1. No. 3, Christie Kauffman/Cassie Nilles, ML, d. Kaitlyn Finney/Maggie Heidenreich, 6-2, 6-2.

Due to space constraints, stories on Idaho's and Washington State's football scrimmages will run in Monday's Press.

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