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| April 21, 2010 9:00 PM

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COEUR d'ALENE - Lindsie Scholwinski had seven strikeouts for Coeur d'Alene, which scored three runs in the top of the seventh inning and beat host Lake City 5-2 in a 5A Inland Empire League game Tuesday.

"Coeur d'Alene showed up to play," said Lake City coach Laura Tolzmann, whose team committed seven errors. "Our errors really cost us today."

Coeur d'Alene has now won two of three from Lake City this season, all in the last seven days.

Kyeli Parker was 2 for 3 with a run scored for Coeur d'Alene (13-3, 3-2 5A IEL), which travels to Post Falls on Thursday for a makeup game.

Kory Kritz was 2 for 3 with two RBIs and Casey Stangel had six strikeouts for Lake City (10-4, 4-3), which hosts Sandpoint today.

Coeur d'Alene 200 000 3 - 5 6 0

Lake City 010 100 0 - 2 5 7

Lindie Scholwinski and Teigan Lockwood, Jessica Ball (6); Casey Stangel and Mariah Linahan. W - Scholwinski (8-1). L - Stangel (9-4).

HITS: Cd'A - Parker 2, Tindall, Petit 2, Ragsdale. LC - Kritz 2, Yurick 2, Short.

Sandpoint 7-2

Lakeland 6-3

RATHDRUM - The visiting Bulldogs took a game from the 4A Inland Empire League-leading Hawks, but Jordan Thomas' RBI triple in the fifth inning of the second game proved to be the difference as Lakeland earned a split.

Bekah Kastning's RBI single in the second inning put Lakeland (10-7, 5-1) up 2-0.

Sandpoint (4-11, 1-3) made it interesting in the sixth when Rachel Hammack tripled and scored on Molly Givens' sacrifice fly, and Maggie Kirscher singled and scored on an error.

In the opener, Kirscher went 3 for 4 with three RBIs, including a two-run homer in the fourth inning. Alia Cox hit a two-run double as Lakeland scored five in the bottom of the sixth inning to pull within one.

"They came out and played tough," Lakeland coach Colleen Bevacqua said of Sandpoint. "We have to compete every game. I think we came out kind of flat."

Lakeland returns to action April 28 at Coeur d'Alene.

FIRST GAME

Sandpoint 104 200 0 - 7 7 0

Lakeland 100 005 0 - 6 8 2

Givens and Hammack; Ashley Metcalf, Jamie Klopatek (3) and Alia Cox. W - Givens. L - Metcalf (4-3).

HITS: Spt - Hamilton, Hammack, Kirscher 3, Givens, St. Savvor. LL - Watson, Grubham 3, Thomas, Cox, Metcalf, Westling. 2B - Cox, Grubham. HR - Kirscher, Westling.

SECOND GAME

Sandpoint 000 002 - 2 6 1

Lakeland 020 010 - 3 8 5

Game called after 6 innings due to darkness.

DaVault and Hammack; Ashley Metcalf, Jamie Klopatek (6) and Alia Cox. W - Metcalf (5-3). L - DaVault.

HITS: Spt - Hammack 2, Kirscher, St. Savvor 2, Elsfelder. LL - Watson 2, Grubham, Thomas 2, Cox, Metcalf, Kastning. 2B - Hammack, Grubham, Cox. 3B - Hammack, Thomas.

Kellogg 4

St. Maries 3

KELLOGG — Wildcat sophomore Shayna Waechter hit a sacrifice fly with one out in the bottom of the ninth to score Alesha Barr with the winning run to defeat the Lumberjacks in an Intermountain League game.

“We had a really good game defensively,” Kellogg coach Alan Williams said. “It helped us get out of some innings. It was a very good effort by us.”

Taylor Huber was 4 of 5 for Kellogg (5-5, 4-2 IML), which travels to Timberlake on Saturday.

Jaylee Sines drove in all three runs for St. Maries (6-5, 4-3), which will host Orofino on Friday.

St. Maries 000 020 100 — 3 7 3

Kellogg 300 000 001 — 4 9 2

One out when winning run scored.

Tia Asbury and Jade Wemhoff; Michaela Stewart and Jessica Layton. W — Stewart (4-3). L — Asbury (4-3).

HITS: SM — Asbury, Reid, Sines 2, Ma. Cummings, Wemhoff, Arrhenius. Kell — Huber 4, Hojem, Viche, Waechter, Layton, Barr.

Bonners Ferry 11

Timberlake 8

SPIRIT LAKE — Kodi Kuykendall had three hits and three runs for Timberlake in an Intermountain League loss to Bonners Ferry.

Bonners Ferry (1-3 IML) beat Timberlake for the first time in school history.

Timberlake (8-8, 6-1) plays at Lakeside (Wash.) on Thursday.

Bonners Ferry 460 000 1 — 11 10 2

Timberlake 101 240 0 — 8 10 6

C. Taggart and Alexander; Malloy, Cameron (3) and Moffat, Jerome (3). W — Taggart. L — Malloy (2-3).

HITS: BF — Robertson 2, Bertling 2, Farrens, C. Taggart, Orr, L. Taggart 2, Porter. TL — Kuykendall 3, Malloy, Hill, Bitner, Muhlhauser, Cameron, Hoffman 2. 2B — Orr, Bitner, Hoffman. 3B — Porter.

BASEBALL

Coeur d’Alene 18

Lake City 2

COEUR d’ALENE — Ryan Dunton went 4 for 4 with a solo home run and six RBIs to lead the visiting Vikings past the Timberwolves in a 5A Inland Empire League game.

“We had a bit of a chip on our shoulder after the last game,” Coeur d’Alene coach Nick Rook said. “We can be electric if we put it together. We just hit up and down the lineup.”

The teams have played three times in the past seven days, with Coeur d’Alene winning twice.

Devon Austin was 3 for 4 with four RBIs and Kaleb DeHaas had three RBIs for Coeur d’Alene (13-6, 5-2 5A IEL), which hosts Sandpoint on Thursday.

Mitch Bevacqua hit a two-run double in the third inning for Lake City (9-6, 3-4), which hosts Lewiston in a doubleheader on Friday.

Coeur d’Alene 149 13 — 18 20 0

Lake City 002 00 — 2 6 1

Game called after 5 innings due to 10-run rule.

Colin Comack and Devon Austin; Grant Curtis, Michael Truscello (2), Jake Keevy (3) and Bryce Mort. W — Comack (3-0). L — Curtis (2-2).

HITS: Cd’A — Turbin 2, Comack 4, Austin 3, Dunton 4, Cade, DeHaas 3, Klatt, Nyquist, Lambert. LC — Pharis, Mort, Curtis, Bevacqua 2, Mayfield. 2B — Turbin, Comack, Dunton 2, Nyquist, Bevacqua. 3B — Comack, Austin, DeHaas. HR — Dunton (4).

Sandpoint 7

Lakeland 5

RATHDRUM — Joel Cramer hit a two-run single in the top of the fifth inning to push the Bulldogs past the Hawks in a 4A Inland Empire League game.

“We got down 7-3 in the bottom of the seventh,” Lakeland coach Jason Bradbury said. “We kept competing until the end. Tevin (Hamilton) kept us guessing most of the night. We couldn’t get any hits against him and couldn’t get into a groove.”

The teams split their four league games.

Hamilton had a two-run single for Sandpoint (6-6, 2-2 4A IEL), which travels to Lake City today.

Daniel Mowbeck had two hits and an RBI for Lakeland (7-7, 3-3), which travels to Cheney today.

Sandpoint 011 230 0 — 7 9 2

Lakeland 102 000 2 — 5 7 0

Tevin Hamilton, Daniel Charvoz (5), Dan Audry (7) and Eric Nikssairian; Daniel Mowbeck, Cody Vandever (5) and Luke Howell. W — Hamilton. L — Mowbeck (0-1). S — Audry.

HITS: Spt — Charvoz 2, Nikssairian, Cramer 2, Halpin 2, Davis, Hamilton. LL — Dietrich, Odgen, Guerber, Vandever, Mowbeck 2, Burnett. 2B — Guerber, Cramer.

St. Maries 11

Kellogg 10

KELLOGG — Jaden Guidry had four hits for the Lumberjacks in an Intermountain League win over the Wildcats at Teeters Field.

Brad Anderson hit a solo home run in the third inning and Bryant Appel and Ken Robbins had three hits apiece for St. Maries (5-10, 5-2 IML), which hosts Orofino on Saturday.

Tyler Groth and Dustin Mitchem had two hits apiece for Kellogg (3-8, 1-5), which travels to Timberlake on Saturday.

St. Maries 303 210 101 — 11 14 5

Kellogg 250 002 100 — 10 7 1

Weston Gauthier, Zach Lehman (2), Bubba Pugh (5), Ryan Sullivan (9) and Brad Anderson; Hayden Garner, Jacob Harris (4), Ryan Beggerly (4) and Dustin Mitchem. W — Pugh (2-4). L — Beggerly (0-2). S — Sullivan (1).

HITS: SM — Pugh 2, Anderson, Guidry 4, Appel 3, Short, Robbins 3. Kell — Garner, Groth 2, Mitchem 2, Clark. 2B — Guidry. 3B — Pugh. HR — Anderson.

Timberlake 6

Bonners Ferry 2

SPIRIT LAKE — J.D. Page hit a two-run single and his cousin, John Morris, followed with a two-run double to highlight a five-run fourth inning as the Tigers beat the Badgers in Intermountain League play.

Tyler Shaffer gave up 12 hits for Timberlake (10-5, 6-2 IML), but the Tigers turned three double plays behind him.

“We played phenomenal defense tonight,” Timberlake coach Bill Rider said. “And we just keep putting together wins.”

Kyle Overland hit a solo homer in the second inning, and Jake Hess’ RBI single started the fourth-inning uprising for Timberlake, which plays Wallace on Thursday in Osburn.

Alex Lopez went 4 for 4 for Bonners Ferry (3-8, 2-4).

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Timberlake 010 500 x — 6 8 2

Zach Maas, Matt Surrena (5) and Alex Lopez; Tyler Shaffer and Salvadore Miranda. W — Shaffer (4-1). L — Maas.

HITS: BF — Telford, Lopez 4, Holak, Surrena 2, Moss, Erickson 2, Aubrey. TL — Morris, Miranda 2, Overland, Peery, Hess 2, Page. 2B — Telford, Morris. HR — Overland (4).

TRACK AND FIELD

Timberlake boys,

girls win IML titles

SPIRIT LAKE — Timberlake swept both their boys and girls duals with Intermountain League foes Kellogg and St. Maries.

Timberlake won its 33rd and 34th straight boys league dual and clinched an eighth straight league title.

Timberlake’s boys won each relay in the IML dual, which also included 1A Kootenai.

Caitlyn Nichols won the 100, and 200 meters for Timberlake.

DUAL SCORES — Kellogg 84, St. Maries 62; Timberlake 109, St. Maries 48; Timberlake 108, Kellogg 48.

3,200 meters — 1, Rhett Ryle, SM, 11:07.62. 2, Devin Olphie, TL, 11:20.95. 3, Dillon Zarpentine, Koot, 11:33.66. 100 hurdles — 1, Brian Cronnelly, TL, 16.13. 2, Dillon Zarpentine, Koot, 16.79. 3, Zack Ward, TL, 17.55. 4x200 relay — 1, Timberlake, 1:40.60. 2, St. Maries, 1:41.83. 100 — 1, Chris Williams, TL, 11.67. 2, Matt Weingart, Kel, 11.75. 3, Chad Cloud, SM, 11.84. Triple jump — 1, Tyler Anderson, SM, 37-3. 2, Matt Kelso, Kel, 35-10. 3, Dillon Zarpentine, Koot, 36-0. Long jump — 1, Ethan Wendt, Kel, 19-5. 2, Derek Puckett, 18-5. 3, Garret Wendt, Kel, 17-5.

800 — 1, Eric Doman, SM, 2:04.62. 2, Johnny Moore, Kel, 2:07.08. 3, Dillon Zarpentine, Koot, 2:13.53. 4x100 relay — 1, Timberlake, 45.65. 2, Kellogg, 46.04. 3, Kootenai, 48.06. 400 — 1, Gaelen Guzman, TL, 53.73. 2, Johnny Moore, Kel, 54.61. 3, Christian Heath, TL, 55.12. High jump — 1, Travis Porter, TL, 5-10. 2, Brian Cronnelly, TL, 5-8. 3, Garret Wendt, Kel, 5-6. Shot put — 1, Matt Kriz, TL, 42-11. 2, Cody Lewis, Kel, 41-6. 3, Devin Vint, SM, 42-1. Discus — 1, Andrew McLean, TL, 133-6 1/2. 2, Cody Lewis, Kel, 119-9. 3, Matt Kriz, TL, 119-8 1/2.

Pole vault — 1, Matt Weingart, Kel, 12-6. 2, Colton Fulwiler, TL, 12-6. 3, Greg Wallace, Koot, 12-0. 300 hurdles — 1, Derek Puckett, TL, 40.98. 2, Tyler Anderson, SM, 43.93. 3, Jacob Zarpentine, Koot, 44.02. Sprint medley — 1, Timberlake, 3:46.82. 2, St. Maries, 3:41.56. 3, Kellogg, 4:19.88. 200 — 1, Ethan Wendt, Kel, 23.21. 2, Dalton Chamberlin, TL, 24.13. 3, Travis Porter, TL, 24.60. 1,600 — 1, Ryan Sacksteder, TL, 4:47.96. 2, Eric Doman, SM, 5:04.98. 3, Dillon Zarpentine, Koot, 5:06.7. 4x400 relay — 1, Timberlake 3:35.43. 2, Kellogg, 3:36.79. 3, St. Maries 3:41.56.

DUAL SCORES — Timberlake 130, St. Maries 20; Timberlake 98, Kellogg 60; Kellogg 102, St. Maries 40.

3,200 meters — 1, Brooke Nowlan, TL, 13:06.56. 2, Dominque Vanderwilt, 14:01.77. 3, Kelsey McCaslin, TL, 14:12.83. 100 hurdles — 1, Taylor Sheppard, Kel, 17.77. 2, Rachel Ward, TL, 18.28. 3, Katie Flores, Kel, 19.09. 4x200 relay — 1, Kellogg, 1:54.71. 2, Timberlake, 1:56.77. 3, Kootenai, 2:06.53. 100 — 1, Caitlyn Nichols, TL, 13.7. 2, Alyson Buell, SM, 13.77. 3, Chloe Buchanan, Kel, 13.8. Triple jump — 1, Marah Ashcraft, Kel, 31-3. 2, Kirsten Gill, TL, 28-8. Kelly Madsen, TL, 27-3. Long jump — 1, Amanda Kirby, TL, 14-0. 2, Marah Ashcraft, Kel, 13-9. 3, Kelly Madsen, TL, 13-4.

800 — 1, Ashly George, TL, 2:35.44. 2, Ellison Schultz, Koot, 2:38.55. 3, Christina Gibbs, Kel, 2:46.17. 4x100 relay — 1, Timberlake, 52.84. 2, Kellogg, 54.72. 3, St. Maries 55.52. 400 — 1, Emily Cazier, TL, 1:06.02. 2, April Sutton, TL, 1:08.73. 3, Christina Gibbs, Kel, 1:11.03. High jump — 1, Chelsea Morgan, Kel, 4-6. 2, Marah Ashcraft, Kel, 4-6. 3, Nikki Johnson, TL, 4-6. Shot put — 1, Ana Parker, Koot, 31-7. 2, Lauren Cooper, Kel, 30-5. 3, Amanda Kirby, TL, 29-5. Discus — 1, Leila Riley, TL, 91-4 1/2. 2, Kaittlin Walters, SM, 89-8 1/2. 3, Frances Smith, TL, 87-7 1/2.

Pole vault — 1, Sam Simmons, TL, 9-0. 2, Lily Weske, Kel, 9-0. 3, Gina Palmiter, Koot, 8-6. 300 hurdles — 1, Rachel Ward, TL, 49.9. 2, Taylor Sheppard, Kel, 50.99. 3, Gina Palmiter, Koot, 55.34. Sprint medley — 1, Timberlake, 2:04.72. 2, St. Maries, 2:06.41. 3, Kellogg, 2:12.7. 200 — Caitlyn Nichols, TL, 27.37. 2, Alyson Buell, SM, 28.57. 3, Lily Weske, Kel, 28.71. 1,600 — 1, Ellison Schultz, Koot, 5:59.7. 2, Ashly George, TL, 6:00. 2, Dominique Vanderwilt, TL, 6:29.9. 3, Christina Gibbs, Kel, 7:16.4. 4x400 relay — 1, Timberlake, 4:24.83. 2, Kootenai 4:40. 3, Kellogg, 5:00.38.

Timberlake boys

topple Priest River

PRIEST RIVER — Timberlake’s Andrew Van Wingerden turned in a nine-hole 38 to take boys medalist honors and the Tigers defeated the host Spartans by 21 strokes to win an Intermountain League match Tuesday at the Ranch Club.

Priest River junior Max Salesky held the low round with a 34 going into the final hole before a four-putt dropped the Spartan down to third place. Dylan Van Wingerden would find the second spot with his round of 39.

Madi Hauck won girls medalist honors, competing only against her Tiger teammates as Priest River was unable to field a girls team.

At Ranch Club

Par 33

4,922 yards

Timberlake 170, Priest River 191

MEDALIST — Andrew Van Wingerden, Timberlake, 38.

TIMBERLAKE — Andrew Van Wingerden 38, Dylan Van Wingerden 39, Jared Sanders 46, Jordan Simon 47.

PRIEST RIVER — Max Salesky 40, Allen Easley 42, Tanyr Hahn 52, Justin Deal 57.

Timberlake 226, Priest River no team

MEDALIST — Madi Hauck, Timberlake, 42.

TIMBERLAKE — Madi Hauck 42, Jamie Page 56, Mikayla Blood 57, Shanelle Cunningham 71.

TENNIS

Lake City 9

Coeur d’Alene 3

COEUR d’ALENE — Aaron Kemp won his first varsity match this season to help lead the Timberwolves over the Vikings.

Lake City went 6-0 in boys matches at Lake City, while the Timberwolves girls went 3-2 and split the mixed doubles matches.

On Thursday, Coeur d’Alene is at Post Falls and Lake City hosts Sandpoint.

BOYS SINGLES — No. 1, Michael Scott, LC, d. T.J. Kast, 6-3, 6-4. No. 2, Matt Finney, LC, d. Ethan Waite, 6-0, 6-0. No. 3, Aaron Kemp, LC, d. Topher Carson, 4-6, 7-6 (6), 6-2.

BOYS DOUBLES — No. 1, Matt Gencarella/Dmitri Cristo, LC, d. Jared McEvers/Kyle Coffey, 4-6, 6-3, 7-5. No. 2, Enzo Zurotti/Ryan Tiffany, LC, d. John Campbell/Craig Pedmon, 6-4, 6-3.

GIRLS SINGLES — No. 1, Ronique Padda, LC, d. Brooke Fowler, 6-2, 6-1. No. 2, Brittany Engle, LC, d. Madison Leonard, 7-6 (8-6), 6-0. No. 3, Mary Fisher, Cd’A, d. Sarah Larson, 6-0, 6-2.

GIRLS DOUBLES — No. 1, Jill Johnson/Haley Kausen, LC, d. Nicole DeMarco/Jillian Grutta, 7-6 (7-2), 6-4. No. 2, Sonya Jacobson/Cassie Hand, Cd’A, d. Amanda Smith/Sarah Finney, 1-6, 6-2, 6-4.

MIXED DOUBLES — No. 1, Rachel Hanley/Ryan Humphries, Cd’A, d. Katelyn Finney/Cody Childers, 6-2, 6-1. No. 2, Scott Hall/Maggie Heidenreich, LC, d. Joe Mitchell/Aubry Turner, 6-4, 7-6 (1).

Sandpoint 9

Post Falls 3

SANDPOINT — Post Falls won both mixed doubles matches, but the Bulldogs won nine of the other 10 matches at Travers Park.

Dyllin Cady and Marian de Tar won at No. 1 mixed doubles for the Trojans, who play host to Coeur d’Alene on Thursday.

BOYS SINGLES — No. 1, Mikka Nostdahl, Spt, d. Joel Schmuland, 6-3, 6-0. No. 2, Kevin Kirby, Spt, d. Danny Slater, 6-1, 6-1. No. 3, Gerhardt Suppiger, Spt, d. Ethan Payton, 6-4, 6-1.

BOYS DOUBLES — No. 1, Steven Gavin/Drew Buckmiller, Spt, d. Ben Payton/Michael Tucker, 6-3, 6-1. No. 2, Adam Sedgwick/Andrew Sedgwick, PF, d. Matt Durfee/Kane Wijngaarden, 6-0, 6-2.

GIRLS SINGLES — No. 1, Piper Wahlin, Spt, d. Kim Rowe, 6-3, 6-0. No. 2, Susan Williams, Spt, d. Brittany Loudermilk, 6-3, 6-2. No. 3, Nicolette Jessen, Spt, by forfeit.

GIRLS DOUBLES — No. 1, Meranda Carter/Mica Wolcott, Spt, d. Nina Jensen-Edwards/Nina Shelter, 6-1, 1-6, 7-5. No. 2, Michelle Rockwell/Crystal Clark, Spt, d. Jessica Niles/Alyx Atkinson, 6-1, 6-2.

MIXED DOUBLES — No. 1, Dyllin Cady/Marian de Tar, PF, d. Ben Hardy/Dannette Mauck, 7-3, 7-6. No. 2, Jordan Hernandez/Courtney Harding, PF, d. Carson Nygren/Brittany Claffey, 6-0, 6-4.

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