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YOUTH SPORTS: Wednesday, March 9, 2016

| March 9, 2016 8:00 PM


Senior wrestler Alius De La Rosa is this week's Post Falls High School Athlete of the Week. De La Rosa defeated James Fisher of Centennial 6-0 in the championship match at 145 pounds for his fourth state championship recently at Holt Arena in Pocatello, becoming the first four-time state champion in school history.


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The Technique Gymnastics Level 2 team won third-place team at the Mismo Magical Meet in Missoula, Mont. In the front row from left are Sophia Becker, Jaylin Koneval, Kirsten Iames and Elsa Laker; second row from left, Khloe Martin and Laila Gilbreath; and rear, Tatum Easterday.


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The North Idaho Fire AAU boys basketball team took first place in the seventh-grade division at the Snake River Shootout in Lewiston. In the front row from left are Sam McLaughlin, Marcus Manzardo and Graylon Gould; second row from left, Luke McLaughlin, Owen Smith, Chris Irvin and Jack Prka; and back row from left, Alex Karns, Nathan Spellman and coaches Dave Spellman and Steve Smith.


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The Running Rebels fourth-grade AAU boys basketball team took second place at the Moses Lake AAU tournament. From left are coach Tyler Smith, Jayden Smith, Tyler Engleson, Steven Anderson, Alex Shields, JP Smith, Aaron Ivankovich, Austen Rutherford and Peyton Hollenbeck. Not pictured are Troy Ostlund and coach Shaun Leary.


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The Running Rebels seventh-grade AAU boys basketball team won the 7th/8th grade division in the Moses Lake AAU tourney. From left are Josiah Shields, Cole Rutherford, Derek Curtis, Zack Enderson, Isaac Ballew and Caden McLean. Not pictured are Tommy Hauser and coaches Eric Ballew, Dan Shields and Nick Meeks.


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Members of the Post Falls High School wrestling team paid a visit to a Team Real Life wrestling practice last week to show the younger wrestlers the Idaho state 5A wrestling championship team trophy and banner they had just earned as back to back state champions. Many of the high schoolers that have placed in or won championships for Post Falls High School at the state tournament got their starts with Team Real Life wrestling. Coach Pete Reardon offered the younger wrestlers words of encouragement about the dedication, sacrifice and hard work needed to be a successful student athlete and a successful adult. Senior and four-time state champion Alius De La Rosa and senior and two-time state champion Tyler Wolf offered more encouragement to their younger counterparts about the worthiness and benefits of the sport. Several of the high schoolers also shared stories with the Team Real Life wrestlers about their own experiences as Team Real Life wrestlers as they remained at the practice to assist

coaching the youngsters. Post Falls High School championship team members who attended were, standing from left, Jonathon Hill; Tyler Morris; Wyatt Shelly, 6th place; Brad Noesom; Cameron Welker ; Colton Kazmierczak ; Cody Kantrell; holding banner, Alius De La Rosa, four-time state champion; holding banner, Tyler "TJ" Wolf, two-time state champion; Mathias De La Rosa, 2nd place; Jordan Grimm, 2nd place; Braydon Huber, 2nd place; A.J. De La Rosa, younger brother of Alius and Mathias De La Rosa; David Booth; Matt McLeod, first-time state champion; Ridge Lovett, first-time state champion; Jason Burchell, 4th place and Alessio Lemmon, 5th place. Seated in front is Team Real Life.


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The Coeur d'Alene Thunder Bantam WK hockey team celebrates winning the West Kootenai Minor Hockey Association Tournament in Castlegar, British Columbia. The Thunder won the regular season, winning 11 and losing one in the 12-team league. In the league playoff tournament the Thunder defeated Nelson, British Columbia, 3-2 in the title game. Thunder coaches are Mark Enegren, Kirk Douglas and Scott Whitaker.

In the front row from left are Jordan Dougla s(injured), Justice Haack, Trevor Whitaker, Cody Mee and Zach Anderson; second row from left, Quentin Mize, Alex Enegren, Henry Flint, Colby Putnam, Ethan Flaig, Travis Whitaker, Justin Koslowski and Michael Colgrove; and back row from left, coach Scott Whitaker, coach Kirk Douglas, Logan Meese, Pablo Frank Jr., Austyn Christian, Logan Frasch and coach Marl Enegren.

The Thunder played in the West Kootenay Minor Hockey Association Bantam League. The team's league record was 15-2, including the league championship last weekend in Castlegar. Their overall record was 30-8 with 236 goals scored and 87 goals allowed. In four tournaments the Thunder played in the championship game all four times, winning three and placing second once. The Thunder, ages 13 and 14, won the Tri Cities Desert Classic, the WKMHA Championship and the Idaho state championship.


On the weekend of Feb. 26-28, the Coeur d’Alene Thunder Peewee Team went to Midway, British Columbia, for the West Kootenay Playoffs. The Thunder won two games and lost two (both by one goal) and ended up taking third place in play-offs. The West Kootenay League consists of 10 teams, 9 of which are from British Columbia. The Thunder, whose age ranges from 10-12, went 9-2-2 in the regular season. This was the first year that the Coeur d’Alene Thunder had a Peewee team in this league. They also won a Peewee tournament in Nelson, British Columbia, in November, going 5-0 that weekend. In the back row from left are Karsen Kendall, Jadyn Hofacker, Trenton Whitaker, Austin Wall and Trevor Bennett; middle row from left, Joey Vaughan, Logan Nagle, Dawson Hunt, Fostin Woolsey, Alex Butler and Cody Morse; goalies from left, Tyler Mee and Keaton Woolsey; and coaches from left, Mike Wall, Darryl Clark and Tracey Evans. Not pictured are Eli Bailey, Wayne Queen and coach Scott Bailey.


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The Coeur d’Alene Thunder Squirt 1 team (age level 10-and-under) took first place at the Harry W. Lee tournament in Moscow. The Thunder beat McCall 5-2, tied Spokane 4-4, beat Lewiston 4-1, and beat Tri-Cities 4-3 in the championship game. In the front row from left are Curtis Anderson, Matthew Russell, Hunter Nelson, Calvin Coppess and Colby Strong; middle row from left, Brady Veach, Riley Miller, Joseph Hartnett, Isaac Erickson, Eoin Eddy and Jared Greiner; and back row from left, coaches Stuart Anderson, Bruce Coppess and Todd Greiner.


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The Technique Gymnastics Xcel Gold & Platinum won first-place team at the Mismo Magical Meet in Missoula, Mont. In the front row from left are Shelby Westray and Natalie Brett; second row from left, Sydney McLean, Mallory Okon, Riley Sheets and Rylee Strobel; and back row from left, Mary Dorsey and Tammy McLean.


Coeur d’Alene Sting under-12 girls gold: The Sting hosted the Mt. Ranier Football Club 03 Blue team last weekend at Canfield Middle School to continue their PSPL Classic 1 division play, and won 5-2. Sting goals were scored by Olivia Wyatt, Taytum Curtis, Amber Aittama (2) and Isabella Henckle. Amber Aittama, Amy Corette and Isabella Henckle had assists.

Sting boys U12 gold: The Sting tied Cascade FC B03 Green 2-2 in their first PSPL match of the spring season. Walker Jump and Alex Reyes each scored one goal for the Sting, and Miles Jones had two assists.



March 5

1st/2nd Boys

Knudtsen Navy- Camden 6 points, Ashton 2 points, Bryce 4 points, Deegan 8 points, Lincoln 4 points, Kaiden 4 points

Quality Stove- Tristen 2 points, Carter 12 points, Michael 6 points, Tony 2 points

Knudtsen Lime Green- Dylan 2 points, Marcus 6 points

Knudtsen White- Tannar 14 points, Jacob 6 points, Cannon 8 points, Tanner 8 points

Knudtsen Light Blue- Quinn 2 points, Haldon 4 points, Carter 2 points, Brady 6 points, Braxxton 12 points

American Fence- Levi 4 points, Kyson 2 points, Dakota 4 points, Curtis 2 points, Caden 16 points

Knudtsen Irish Green- Corbin 12 points, Blake 8 points, Josiah 6 points, Riley 2 points, Kaleb 10 points

Knudtsen Orange- Aiden 6 points, Sheamus 4 points, Geoff 2 points, Riley 2 points, Aaron 10 points

H & I Woodcraft- Sawyer 2 points, Orian 4 points, Brady 4 points, Carson 2 points, Jonas 2 points, Reese 4 points

Knudtsen Tan- Elliot 18 points, Braeden 4 points, Kayden 12 points

Knudtsen Yellow- Matthew 8 points, Alexander 6 points, Jake 8 points, Jayden 10 points, Vinn 8 points, Cy 6 points

Knudtsen Sport Grey- Sawyer 6 points, Michael 2 points, Gavin 2 points, Reagan 2 points, Chris 2 points, Noah 2 points

Knudtsen Forest- Avery 8 points, Kingston 6 points, Griff 12 points, Carl 10 points

Knudtsen Jade- Ben 2 points, Andrew 6 points, Brayden 6 points, Douglas 6 points, Rylie 20 points, Joey 6 points

1st/2nd Girls

Knudtsen Dark Purple- Gracee 2 points, Brooklyn 4 points, Addison 4 points, Gracie 12 points, Madi 26 points

Big Mountain Accounting & Taxes- Gracie 4 points, Kylie 8 points, Kennady 8 points

Knudtsen Purple- Jaya 8 points, Savannah 2 points, Zoey 8 points, Emery 4 points

Knudtsen Orange- Kloe 2 points, Ashley 2 points, Kendra 14 points, Ryan 2 points

American Fence- Miya 4 points, Sofia 6 points, Saige 4 points, Alexis 4 points, Aubrey 4 points, Finley 6 points

Knudtsen Lime Green- Saringa 2 points, Melony 6 points, Cora 4 points, Gracie 2 points, Olivia 2 points

Knudtsen Light Blue- Karstyn 16 points, Joslin 6 points, Kallie 16 points, Emma 10 points

Knudtsen Navy- Summer 12 points, Veronica 4 points, Sage 6 points, Alexis 2 points, Aubrey 2 points

Inspired Child Preschool- Baylie 6 points, Malia 12 points, Caroline 6 points, Natalie 2 points, Rachel 4 points

Knudtsen Pink- Cierra 6 points, McKinley 2 points, Paisley 2 points, Jenna 10 points

3rd/4th Boys

Dorian Studio- Jamison 4 points, Blake 8 points, Shawn 10 points, Jaxon 10 points, Owen 2 points, Gavin 6 points

Peach Orthodontics- Logan 4 points, Vance 23 points, Brock 10 points, Aaron 2 points, Drew 3 points

Viking Construction- Cole 4 points, Jackson 10 points, Owen 6 points, Trenton 9 points, Jace 6 points, Cannon 4 points

Key Dental Lab- Vedder 2 points, Soren 1 point

Wood Doctor- Rylan 8 points, Makai 4 points

American Mower & Saw LLC- Marcus 2 points, Tyler 4 points, Quinton 2 points, Noah 4 points

Seright’s Ace Hardware- Cobe 12 points, Gavin 2 points, Isaac 8 points

Blue Dog RV – Taycen 16 points, Carter 2 points, Caleb 6 points, Lovie 6 points, Joey 16 points

Little Smiles Pediatric Dentistry- No Data Recorded

Century Publishing Company, Inc.- No Data Recorded

3rd/4th Girls

Post Falls Family Dental- No Data Recorded

Findlay Post Falls- No Data Recorded

Coeur d’Alene Pediatrics- No Data Recorded

North Idaho College- No Data Recorded

H2 Surveying & Engineering- No Data Recorded

Knudtsen Chevrolet- No Data Recorded

5th/6th Boys

Wellspring Meadows Assisted Living- Conner 2 points, Nolan 10 points, Tryson 2 points

Washington Trust Bank-Byron 2 points, Kael 8 points, Charlie 2 points, Cameron 2 points, Calvin 2 points, Lance 2 points

Fox Trailers- Dylan 10 points, Tanner 21 points, Cody 4 points

P1FCU- Alex 1 point, Thomas 6 points, Logan 2 points, Cody 6 points, Guage 8 points

Curtis Orthodontics- Everett 18 points, Devin Myers 14 points, James 2 points

Genesis Prep Academy- Kobi 8 points, Dontae 14 points, Jesse 14 points, Ryan 2 points, Keller 1 point, Jack 8 points

Advanced Benefits- Steve Jr 14 points, Donovan 4 points, Brady 1 point, Tristan 6 points, Sawyer 4 points

Loftus Family Dental- Brandon 1 point, Elijah 2 points, Tristan 3 points, Bradlee 4 points

5th/6th Girls

Brumbach Family Dentistry- Joey 2 points, Taylor 2 points, Elizabeth 2 points, Samantha 2 points, Kendall 4 points

United Crown Pump & Drilling- Kate 4 points, Peyton 2 points, Acaja-lyn 8 points, Jillian-Kate 4 points, Wendellyn 4 points

Genesis Prep Academy- Payton 2 points, Jasmine 6 points, Skyler 2 points, Loraina 10 points, Mattie 4 points, Katelyn 2 points, Kaysha 4 points

River City Animal Hospital- Baily 2 points, Grace 10 points

7th-9th Boys

Heritage Health- Lance 8 points, Jacob 9 points, Keaton 2 points, Langston 7 points, Drew 8 points, Drake 18 points

Dave Smith Motors- David 10 points, Jacob 6 points, Dylan 2 points, Jack 5 points, Cameron 5 points, Konner 4 points

Awards Etc.- Xander 2 points, Carson 8 points, Levi 7 points, Zac 18 points, Jake 6 points

Young Construction Group of Idaho Inc- Blaine 7 points, Seth 8 points, Jonah 3 points, Rylee 9 points, Caleb 9 points

7 Day Dental Smiles (Game 1)- Noah W 7 points, Isiah 12 points, Jordan 9 points, James 4 points, Noah 4 points, Mason 8 points, Josiah 12 points

7 Day Dental Smiles (Game 2)- Noah W 3 points, James 3 points, Mason 8 points, Noah M 2 points, Jordan 2 points, Josiah 20 points, Isiah 3 points, Dalton 3 points



K Boys Division

Cd’A Press – Ian Sadler and Dre’Don Sines 8.

Trae for Kids - Jacob Brown and James Deagan Farley 2.

Legends Sports Photography – Tommy Pickens 12, Gavin Tosi and Knox Keogh 4, Griffin McMeekan and Kaidyn Bryant 2.

Perfection Tire – Jaxon Schillinger 12, Cache Gaby 8, Bode Melone 6, Maddix Witten, Gage Gatten 2.

1st Grade Boys Division

Ironman CDA – Anthony Haler 12.

Idaho Forest Group – Peyton Ellingson 14, Alexander Arnn 6, Gentry Love 4, Sawyer Henley and Levi Pleger 2.

Northland Plumbing – Tristin Kidd and Thomas Taylor 4, Cole Nelson and Justin Fagan 2.

Pediatric Dental Center – Marek Parson 6, Waylon Hinderager and Mason Brown 4, Finneas Case, Blake Clark, and Ashton Duboise 2.

Heritage Health – Marshall Tomlinson 8, Benjamin McElvany 6, Lyric Young 4, Teagan Williams and Karter Engebretson 2.

Idaho Forest Group – Luka Joksimovic and Levi Pleger 4.

Ironman CDA – Anthony Haler 8, Walker Lockhart 6, Charlie Dircksen 2.

Lamb Trucking – Maddox Lindquist, Isaac Kingma, and Ethan Lamb 8, Caden Simmons 4, Mason Shively and Cody Schreiber 2.

2nd Grade Boys Division

Cannon Hill Industries – Beckett Larson 10, Sam Colberg 6, Luke Ruchti 2.

Schaffers Towing – Paxon Winey and Casen Hostetler 10, Rylan Peterson 8, David Aggen 6, Mitchell Allen, Easton Miller, Cooper George 4, Easton Swope 2.

Hagadone Directories – George Mitchell 6, Joseph Biondo 4, Cade Ford 2.

Papa Murphys – Isaac McFarlane 4, Walker Hawn 2.

Schaffers Towing – Rylan Peterson 10, Mitchell Allen 8, Paxton Winey 4, Easton Miller and Cason Hostetler 2.

Ramsden,Marfice,Ealy, & Harris LLP – Skyler Chaffin 8, Colton Malinauskas 4, Joshua Watson, Carter Delport, Ike Johnson, and Gavin Helms 2.

Cannon Hill Industries – Sam Colberg 8, Beckett Larson 4, Brady Gatten, Asa Morton, Luke Ruchti, and Jackson Webb 2.

WIngstop – Beau Pearson 8, Cody Trost 6, Michael Douglass, Vance Ackley, and Scott Pickens 4, Avery Campbell 2.

Shades of Green – Britton Johnston 10, Sawyer Anderson and Jace Plummer 6, Jaxon Fantozzi 4, Noah Brown 2.

Ramsden, Marfice, Ealy, & Harris LLP – Skyler Chaffin 6, Joshua Watson and Gavin Helm 4, Ike Johnson and Carter Delport 2.

Hagadone Directories – George Mitchell 6, Tanner Collins 4, Joseph Biondo 2.

Griffitts Facial & Oral Surgery – Jacob Hill 14, Alex McCall 10, Andrew Everson 6, Drew Nicholson 4, Jacob Tenbrink and Wyatt Lyle 2.

Papa Murphys – Collin Storey 4, Isaac McFarland, Mitchell Rietze, and Walker Hawn 2.

Shades of Green – Jaxon Fantozzi 12, Britton Johnston 10, Jackson Anderson 8, Jaeden Erk 6, Sawyer Anderson 4.

K/1ST Girls Division

Clifton Larsen Allen – Mia Shull 12, Courtney Johnson 10, Tayla Ruchti 4, and Parker Parisot 2.

Cd’A Kiwanis Club – Presley Fagan 8, Avery Whaley 4, Leaunna Haney and Malayah Rypien 2.

Element Dental – Kalin McCarthy 10, Ashley Yates 4, Seraina Geesman and Anne Bresee 2.

Jump for Joy – Sophia Piekarski 18, Kate Moglia 8, Maren Larson 4.

McDonalds – Anaya Watson 10, Izzie Grimmett and Greta Nace 8, Aurora Lederman 6, Kazlynn Dundas and Lyric Fink 2.

A.C.I. – Madison Zimmerman 10, Macie Zimmerman and Devree Harris 6, Makena Tebbe 2.

Clifton Larsen Allen – Kyndal Bridge 14, Tayla Ruchti 8, Courtney Johnson, Mia Shull and Presley Parisot 4.

McDonalds – Maddie Pratt 10, Greta Nace 8, Anaya Watson and Kazlynn Dundas 4, Aurora Lederman, Camryn Woodman, and Lyric Fink 2.

Element Dental – Ashley Yates 8, Seraina Geesman, McKenna Wilson, and Ella Jeanselme 2.

McDonalds – Kazlynn Dundas 10, Greta Nace and Izzie Grimmett 6, Madelyn Pratt 4, Aurora Lederman 2.

Cd’A Kiwanis Club – Malaya Rypien 4, Madilyn Dinning and Braylee Figueroa 2.

A.C.I. – Jessica Gouin 10, Macie Zimmerman 8, Devree Harris 4.

Clifton Larson Allen – Kyndal Bridge 10, Parker Parisot 6, Courtney Johnson 4.

Jump for Joy – Sophia Piekarski 12, Jaime Jaworski 6, Finley Larson 4, Kate Moglia and Brynna Miller 2.

2nd Grade Girls Division

A.C.I. – Kelsi Calderwood 16, Camryn Farrar 10, Macie Hoffman and Kylee Sears 6.

Willamette Valley Bank – Karisa Wallis 12, Julia Peterson 8, Sophia Soumas 6, Carlee Bowmer 4, and Bailey Burke 2.

Hippo Car Wash – Lilly Haller 8, Avah Blankenship and Taylor Brouse 2.

Knudtsen Chevrolet – Marissa Hyland and Kailey Walton 10, Lily Sharon 4, Jonnie McConnell and Willow Bosley 2.

A.C.I. – Kelsi Calderwood 12, Kate Siers and Macie Hoffman 8, Camryn Farrar 6, Kylee Sears 2.

Hippo Car Wash – Taylor Brouse 8, Lilly Haller, Avah Blankenship 4.

Knudtsen Chevrolet – Lily Sharon 12, Marissa Hyland 6, Jonnie McConnell 4, Kailey Walton 2.

Willamette Valley Bank – Karisa Wallis 10, Sophia Soumas and Carlee Bowmer 6, Bailey Burke 4, Brooklyn Parkinson 2.



March 5

3rd & 4th Grade Girls

Adapt All Stars: Keelyn Brouse-2 pts, Jennifer Peterson-4 pts, Paisley Goodings-2 pts

Avista Utilities: Kabella Edwards-4 pts, Ashland Schnell-6 pts

Classical Christian Academy: Laetiia Asper-12 ptsm Lexi Bateman-4 pts, Malia Lindquist-6 pts

Lakeside Pediatrics: Madison Mitchell-4 pts, Jordan Privett-2 pts

LifeTouch Photography: Jasmine Allen-2 pts, Brooklyn Paskett-2 pts, Alexia Williamson-4 pts, Sadie Zimmerman-14 pts

Little Smiles Pediatric Dentistry: Lilly Frades-12 pts, Natalie Herold-6 pts, London Lynch-2 pts

Wildland Crossfit: Emma Dione-2 pts, Payton Gray-8 pts, Irland Heinrich-4 pts, Kaylee Paulson- 6 pts, Kimberlee Priebe-2 pts, Madyson Riley-2 pts, Kyrie Wigen-2 pts

Yates Funeral Homes: Lilly Lowry-2 pts, Ella Terzulli-2 pts, Kelsey Carrol-9 pts

3rd & 4th Boys

Assure Drug Detection: No Stats Available

Blacks Seamless Raingutters: No Stats Available

Coeur d’Alene Tribe: Javan Tesky-4 pts, Hayden White-2 pts

Fairway Independent Mortgage Corporation: Kolbe Coey-6 pts, Luke Mason-10 pts, Bryant Spangler-4 pts

Holy Family Catholic School: Taylor Corbeill-2 pts, Reed Dominiak-2 pts, Luke Lasher-20 pts, Braden Latscha-2 pts, Liam McNamara-4 pts

Idaho Forest Group: Isaih Allison-8 pts, Bo Maciosek-8 pts, Karden Moore-4 pts, Henry Nace-10 pts, Jacob Veare-10 pts

Insurance Northwest: Logan Anderson-1 pt, Tyler Conrad-4 pts, Cameron Hildreth-2 pts, Tristian Larson-6 pts, Braden Meredith-6 pts, Boston Shull-6 pts, Cooper Smith-10 pts, Tyler Voorhees-2 pts

Lake City Law: Braden McDougall-2 pts, Peyton Burcham-7 pts, Caden Robinette-8 pts, Garrett Varner-2 pts, Jacob Yetter-8 pts

North Idaho Christian School: Ben Connelly-6 pt, Landon Lacaria-2 pts, Seth Stevens-2 pts, James Wood-4 pts

Riverstone Dental: Kaemon Barnett-4 pts, Keegan Bojoquez-4 pts, Jose Bryan-15 pts, Hayden Cleave-4 pts, Ayden Pulsipher-2 pts, Nathan Pulsipher-2 pts, Gabriel Wullenwaber-2 pts, Paxton Zimmerman-2 pts

Perfection Tire: No Stats Available

5th & 6th Girls

Adapt All Stars (3/1): Becky Chester-4 pts, Chloe Collins-2 pts,Megan Moore-2 pts, Hailey Wuolle-4 pts

Adapt All Stars: Becky Chester-1 pt, Chloe Collins-2 pts, Megan Moore-8 pts

Andy’s Heating & Cooling (3/1): Lindsey Angelo-4 pts, Lily Fortune-2 pts, McKenna Pfister-4 pts, Kristine Schmidt-2 pts, Capri Sims-4 pts

Andy’s Heating & Cooling: Lindsey Angelo-10 pts, Lily Fortune-2 pts, Addison Jonz-5 pts, Berkley Owens-2 pts, Capri Sims-4 pts

Coeur d’Alene Tribe (3/1): Lydia Jenkins-4 pts, Teagan Meehan-2 pts, Cia Soumas-6 pts, Kyla Wallis-4 pts

Coeur d’Alene Tribe: Ashlee Belnap-4 pts, Cia Soumas-9 pts, Kyla Wallis-8 pts

Holy Family Catholic School: Kadee Greif-2 pts, Kendall Loutsis-4 pts, Madison Valentine-2 pts

Scott Carr-Coldwell Banker(3/1): Kionna Heston-4 pts, Makenna Judd-2 pts

5th & 6th Boys

Black Sheep Sporting Goods: Quinton Duce-18 pts, Nathan Rings-16 pts

Fred’s Plumbing: Jaykob Morse-4 pts, Thomas Peterson-1 pt, Brody Sample-5 pts, Wyatt Sanford-12 pts, Tristan Williams-2 pts, Ashton Dotts-6 pts

Hayden Vison Source: Cameron Esser-7 pts, Casen Lippy-3 pts, Cade Prado-8 pts, Jake Serr-2 pts

Holy Family Catholic School: Peter Bukowski-2 pts, Cole Dominiak-4 pts, Braden Ferreira-5 pts, Jack Holloway-10 pts, Gabriel Novak-6 pts, Taten Novak-2 pts

Idaho Independent Bank: Cameren Cope-26 pts, Tanner Langley-9 pts, Aaron Rios-3 pts, Jordon Stavros-6 pts, Ethan Taylor-2 pts

Mountain Comfort Furnishing: Steven Ball-6 pts, Levi Bird-1 pt, Corbin Bryntesen-4 pts, Troy D’Agostino-12 pts, Chris Mongan-2 pts, Jared Rings-12 pts, Brody Singer-6 pts, Caden Thompson-4 pts, Cooper Surplus-4 pts

North Idaho Christian School: Caleb Culver-2 pts, Ross Lindhorst-10 pts, Myles McKee-17 pts, Josh Nicholson-17 pts

Super 1 Foods: Damian Davis-1 pt, Chandler Goodson-4 pts, Cade McWhorter-2 pts, Gage Pleas-5 pts, Jordan Sakae-10 pts, Andrew Stockahm-12 pts, Jacob Wuolle-8 pts

7th & 8th Boys

Andy’s Heating & Cooling: No Stats Available

Hern Iron Works: Cameron Mason-5 pts, Mason Paskett-6 pts, Andrew Rings-14 pts, Thomas Schmidt-2 pts

O’Shays: No Stats Available

7th & 8th Girls

Bissell Plumbing: Chelsi Kirk-5 pts, Ashley Jennings-2 pts, Emily Spellman-1 pt

Hagadone Directories: Hannah Kennedy-5 pts, Delanie Morgan-1 pt

Paul Bunyan: Thalia Felice-1 pt, Tenlee Lopes-2 pts, Greta Neely-3 pts

Paul Bunyan: Tenlee Lopes-3 pts, Megan Melton-1 pt, Greta Neely-1 pt


Technique Gymnastics boys and girls traveled to Missoula, Mont., for the Mismo Magical Meet the weekend of March 4-6. Following are those who placed in the top 3:


Brandon Decker: 2nd place Rings, Vault, & High Bar and 3rd place on PBars; Landen Mattson: 3rd place Pommel, PBars, and High Bar; Blake Laird: 1st place Floor, 2nd place Pommel, 3rd place Rings and PBars; Conan Tapia: 3rd place Floor, 2nd place Rings and High Bar, 1st place Pommel and 1st All Around with a score of 52.2.


Austin McLean: 2nd place Vault; Kyle Morse: 1st place Rings and High Bar, 2nd place Pommel and PBars, 3rd place All Around.


Quentin Foster: 3rd on Floor


Laila Gilbreath: 2nd place Bars and Floor and 3rd place All Around; Tatum Easterday: 2nd place Beam and Floor; Kirsten Iames: 3rd place Beam and Vault; Elsa Laker 2nd place Beam; Jaylin Koneval: 3rd place Bars. Sofia Becker: 2nd on Vault, 3rd on Floor, 1st on Beam, and 1st AA with a 36.35. The Level 2 Girls also took home 3rd Place Team.


Juliet Scarola – 2nd place Bars and Floor


Moriah Mosqueda: 2nd place Beam and 3rd place Vault; Mikalah Shouse: 3rd place Vault and tied for 2nd place Beam; Amber Veneroso: 3rd place Beam and 1st place Bars and 1st All Around with a score of 36.05; and Ana Pearse: 1st place Vault, Beam, Floor and 1st All Around with a score of 36.975.


Bethany Frey: 1st place Bars, 3rd place Beam and 2nd place All Around; Madi Mae Bailey: 2nd place Beam and 3rd place All Around; Marissa McCallum: 1st place Beam and 2nd place All Around.


Abby Madsen: 3rd place Bars, Beam and 3rd All Around; Amy Madsen: 2nd place Bars.


Rylee Strobel: 2nd place Floor; Natalie Brett: 3rd place Vault, Bars and Beam; Riley Sheets: 1st place Vault, Bars, Beam, Floor and 1st All Around with a score of 37.675; Mallory Okon: 1st place Bars, Beam, Floor, and 1st All Around with a score of 37.7; Sydney McLean: 1st place Bars, Beam, Floor, and 1st All Around with a score of 37.15. The Xcel Girls also took home 1st Place team.


Coeur d’Alene Area Swim Team: Forty members of the Coeur d’Alene Area Swim Team (CAST) attended this past weekend’s meet at Whitworth University in Spokane, the annual Shamrock Shake-Up.

This meet is held as a last-chance qualifying meet for those swimmers whishing to attend the upcoming Sectional swim meet and two CAST swimmers punched their tickets to the big dance; Micah Sharples added to her resume by swimming a 2:16.55 200 Backstroke and placing 2nd in the event, an astonishingly fast swim for a 13 year old. Karter Rassmussen (14) continued to emerge as one of the most talented young swimmers on CAST swimming to a 58.46 in the 100 back.

Alisa Felshaw (13) continued her rapid progress and placed 2nd in the 50 fly (30.78), 2nd in the 50 back (33.83), 2nd in the 50 breast (39.25). Alisa is expected to emerge as one of the top new incoming freshmen for high school swimming in the fall. Gabby Garansky, just 9 years old, has emerged in just a few short months of swimming as one of the top 10 and under swimmers in the region finishing 1st in the 50 back (39.16), 3rd in the 50 fly (39.02), 2nd in the 100 free (1:20.81), 3rd in the 100 IM (1:28.53), and 2nd in the 100 back (1:26.34).

Other swimmers on CAST placing in the top three were Cameron Craigie (12); 1st in the 50 fly (29.87), 1st in the 100 breast (1:19.84), 2nd 200 free (2:18.36), 1st 50 back (33.65), and 1st in the 100 free (1:00.01). Lochan Cleary (8) 2nd in the 200 free (3:45.42), 2nd 25 back (22.02). Lance Emry (10) continued his hot streak with 3rd in the 200 free (3:05.43), 3rd in the 50 fly (48.92), 2nd in the 100 breast (1:52.37),3rd in the 50 back (43.39), 3rd in the 100 free (1:38.01), and 3rd in the 100 back (1:33.59).

Kaleigh Goetz swam to 3rd place finishes in the 100 Breast (1:42.55) and the 50 free (33.07). Sarah Gonzales (11) swam only two events and placed 2nd in both swimming the 100 free (1:03.24) and the 100 IM (1:12.18). Cody Graves (15) placed 3rd in the 500 free (5:46.92) and 3rd in the 100 breast (1:15.37). Erin Griffith has emerged as one of the most talented 8 year old girls ever seen on CAST finishing 1st in the 50 fly (42.66), 2nd in the 25 fly (18.64), 3rd in the 50 breast (53.70), 3rd in the 25 back (20.98), 2nd in the 50 free (39.16), 2nd in the 25 breast, 3rd in the 25 free (17.71), 2nd in the 50 back (43.79). Erin is the only 8 year old to swim the 200 fly in competition for CAST.

Rylee Hagins (11) placed 2nd in the 50 breast (56.28), 3rd in the 100 free (1:39.76), and 3rd in the 50 back (51.92). Christopher Hartman (14) placed 2nd in the 200 back (2:26.35), 2nd in the 200 fly (2:43.06), 2nd in the 1650 free (20:09.90), and 3rd in the 100 back (1:07.53). Josh Hudlet (13) placed 3rd in the 500 free (6:24.84). Sarah Kaitz (14) placed 1st in the 50 fly (30.82), and 2nd in the 100 breast (1:18.22). Jarron Kremin (12) placed 3rd in the 200 free (4:00.97), 3rd in the 100 back (2:08.57), and 3rd in the 50 Breast (1:04.23). Ben Madsen (12) continued his quick improvement as a new swimmer and placed 1st in the 100 free (1:17.83), 2nd in the 1650 free (28.38), 2nd in the 100 back (1:43.38), and 2nd in the 200 free (2:59.61). Hope McWilliams (13) placed 3rd in the 400 IM (5:54.51) and the 50 back (34.77). Henry Schmick (15) placed 2nd in the 50 back (34.17). Lanis Webb placed 2nd in the 500 free (6:50.42). Tristan Whiting (16) placed first in the 500 free (5:04..27). And Ruthy Winton (16) placed 2nd in the 1650 free (26.04.76).


River City Lanes

March 5



SCRATCH GAMES — Tristan Cord 83, Christopher Smith 82.

SCRATCH SERIES — Tristan Cord 162, Christopher Smith 153.


SCRATCH GAMES — Kayla Tuttle 55, Cierra Parent 54.

SCRATCH SERIES — Kayla Tuttle 105, Cierra Parent 98.



SCRATCH GAMES — Donny Shaw 152, 138.

SCRATCH SERIES — Donny Shaw 290, Blake Williams 129.


SCRATCH GAMES — Jordyn Cord 105, 99.

SCRATCH SERIES — Jordyn Cord 204, Addison Mueller 153.



SCRATCH GAMES — Aidan Carlson 121, 121.

SCRATCH SERIES — Aidan Carlson 355, Justin McKenna 271.


SCRATCH GAMES — Ellie Powell 117, 108.

SCRATCH SERIES — Ellie Powell 323, McKenna Tuttle 260.



SCRATCH GAMES — Brandon Montagne-Shaw 214, 208.

SCRATCH SERIES — Brandon Montagne-Shaw 624, Blake English 506.


SCRATCH GAMES — Tanisha Parent 134, 122.

SCRATCH SERIES — Tanisha Parent 371.

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