Reynolds, Moe, Pouttu are medalists
PRIEST RIVER - Bonners Ferry teammates Carey Reynolds and Aaron Moe shared boys medalist honors, while freshman Kaceelyn Pouttu of Kellogg won girls medalist honors by 17 strokes at the Intermountain League match Saturday at the Ranch Club.
Bonners Ferry edged Kellogg 310-312 for the boys team title, with Kellogg shooting a 387 to win in a three-team girls field.
At Ranch Club
MEDALIST - Tie, Carey Reynolds, Bonners Ferry, Aaron Moe, Bonners Ferry, 73.
BONNERS FERRY (310) - Carey Reyolds 73, Aaron Moe 73, Derrick Alt 77, Chase Melton 87, Evan Moe 92.
KELLOGG (312) - Justin Margason 74, Blake Jerome 80, Dain Harden 77, Dillon Stovern 81, Grant Williams 82.
ST. MARIES (323) - Dan Masterson 74, Satchell Schetzle 74, Bryan Jensen 89, Jake Mercer 86, Tanner Sampson 95.
TIMBERLAKE (345) - Andrew Van Wingerden 81, Dylan Van Wingerden 81, Jared Sanders 85, Jordan Simon 101, Walker Herring 98.
PRIEST RIVER (374) - Max Salesky 83, Allen Beasley 97, Kyle Clark 90, Justin Deal 104, Tanyr Hahn 116.
MEDALIST - Kaceelyn Pouttu, Kellogg, 79.
KELLOGG (387) - Kaceelyn Pouttu 79, Sheila Briggs 107, Dakota Smith 102, Annette Daline 99, Jennifer Zeller 115.
TIMBERLAKE (450) - Maddie Hauch 96, Jamie Page 113, McKayla Blood 103, Shenel Cunningham 138.
ST. MARIES (461) - Megan Krebs 100, Kelsie Reagan 118, Katelyn McQueen 129, Molly Renaldo 123, Sam Nelson 120.
BONNERS FERRY - Bella Orr 115.
SANDPOINT - Kevin Kirby scored a straight set win over Adam Ohman at No. 2 boys singles, and Piper Wahlin and Mica Wolcott cruised to victory in straight sets at No. 1 girls doubles to lead Sandpoint, which had its tennis match against Lewiston cut short by rain at Travers Park.
Lewiston won five of the seven completed matches, but Sandpoint was leading all four matches on the court when the skies opened up.
Wahlin and Wolcott teamed up for the first time this season, and Kirby continues to recover from burns to his leg and hand.
"Piper and Mica overpowered their opponents with strong volleys and surprisingly good teamwork and had a relatively easy win against a strong team," Sandpoint coach Kent Anderson said. "Kevin dominated the first set utilizing great court sense by moving his opponent out of his comfort zone."
The Bulldogs host Post Falls on Tuesday.
BOYS SINGLES - No. 1, Rafa Hewitt, Lew, d. Ben Hardy, 6-1, 6-4. No 2, Kevin Kirby, Spt, d. Adam Ohman, 6-1, 7-5. No. 3, Emerson White, Lew, d. Gerhardt Suppiger, 6-3, 6-3.
BOYS DOUBLES - No. 1, Eric Rice/Zach Grant, Lew, d. Steven Gavin/Drew Buckmiller, 3-6, 6-1, 6-4. No. 2, Matt Durfee/Kane Wijgaarden, led 5-4.
GIRLS SINGLES - No. 1, Rye Hewitt, Lew, d. Meranda Carter, 6-0, 6-0. No. 2, Sophia Meulenberg, Spt, led 6-3, 1-0. No. 3, Michelle Rockwell, Spt, led 3-2.
GIRLS DOUBLES - No. 1, Piper Wahlin/Mica Wolcott, Spt, d. Cindy Repp/Allison Rietz, 6-1, 6-4.
MIXED DOUBLES - No. 1, Nick Marchiani/Whitney Arrasmith, Lew, d. Stefan Buratto/Dannette Mauck, 6-3, 6-1. No 2, Carson Nygren/Crystal Clark, Spt, led 4-2.
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POST FALLS - The Trojans' No. 2 doubles team of Adam Sedgwick and Andrew Sedgwick rallied to defeat Lewiston's Ben Lawrence and Landon Kirk, though some of the matches at Post Falls High were shortened by rain.
"They started a little slow, but ended up wanting it more," Post Falls coach Angela Blair said.
Post Falls travels to Sandpoint on Tuesday.
BOYS SINGLES - No. 2, Adam Ohman, Lew, d. Ethan Payton, 6-1, 6-0. No. 3, Emmerson White, Lew, d. Jordan Hernandez, 6-3, 6-3.
BOYS DOUBLES - No. 1, Eric Rice/Zach Grant, Lew., d. Michael Tucker/Ben Payton, 7-5, 6-1. No. 2, Adam Segwick/Andrew Sedgwick, PF, d. Ben Lawrence/Landon Kirk, 7-3, 6-0.
GIRLS SINGLES - No. 1, Rye Hewitt, Lew., by forfeit. No. 2, Elsa Hansen, Lew, d. Kim Rowe, 6-4, 6-3. No. 3, Maddelyn Urquhart, Lew, d. Brittany Laudermilk, 6-4, 6-4.
GIRLS DOUBLES - No. 2, Sarah Scott/Elsbeth Martin, Lew, d. Alyx Akinson/Katrina Dillard, 6-1, 6-0.
MIXED DOUBLES - No. 1 Rafa Hewitt/Rye Hewitt, Lew, d. Dyllin Cady/Nina Jensen-Edwards, 6-1, 6-0.