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| April 29, 2017 10:07 AM


Courtesy photo Sophomore Tyler Trengove has been selected a Post Falls High School Athlete of the Week. Trengove won the high jump and triple jump at both the Sandpoint Invitational and the Moscow Invitational. He also placed fifth in the high jump at the Pasco Invitational with a personal best jump of 6 feet, 4 inches.


Courtesy photo The North Idaho Thunder under-14 gold volleyball team took first in The ERVA Bid for Nationals Tournament and 3rd out of 46 teams at the Evergreen Regional volleyball tournament April 21-23. From left are coach Brian Hosfeld, Maggie Bloom, Lauren Fuller, Courtney Garwood, Paige Drechsel, Shayna Wabs, Jaya Miller, Jozee Russell, Brenna Haskins and Hannah Rowan.


Courtesy photo The North Idaho Thunder volleyball under-14 black team competed in the Evergreen Regional Tournament this past weekend. On Day 1 they took first place in their pool, and on Day 2 they took first place in their flight. In the front row from left are Riley Valley, Abby Buzolich, Reese Jackson, Shelby Gray and Abbey Theadgill; and back row from left, Jeana Craven, Ashley Fitzgerald, Ainsley Brigham, Hailey Boyer and Ashley Fawcett. Not pictured are Mia Carrico and coach Barb Patton.


Courtesy photo The Sting Timbers FC ‘02 girls soccer team won the championship at the 2017 Performance Cup in Boise. In the front row from left are Tate Hochberger, Riley Anderson, McKenzie Mattis, Madyson Smith, Zoe Cox and Kameron Fisbeck; and back row from left, coach Mike Thompson, Julieanna Stith, Alexi Wilson, Abbie Lyman, Alex Plucker, Geneva Bengtson, Madison Fain, Elizabeth Scarlett, Grace Anderson-Mosher and Cailyn Garza.


Courtesy photo The North Idaho Inferno FC Briseno ‘00 girls soccer team is playing in both the PSPL and IPL leagues. The Inferno recently beat the 98 Girls Scotties, led by a hat trick by Katelyn Jesienouski. In the front row from left are Maiya Luna, Jayden Cusack, Vi Teeters, Darby McDevitt, Carly Schacher, Alexis Black and Nichole Hendricks; and back row from left, coach Maria, Lauryn Keith, Cali Shipman, Bella Rebay, Sarah Smith, Georgina Simpson, Bethany Gilmor, Katelyn Jesienouski and Lauren Hoffeld. Not pictured are Gracie Montoya, Mackenzie Wells, Sammie Penick and coaches Ruben Sr. and Junior Briseno.


Courtesy photo The Sting Timbers ‘04 Red boys soccer team took 2nd place in the Performance Cup last weekend in Boise. They defeated the Wyoming JH United 1-0, with Tyler Gasper scoring the goal. In the second game they defeated the Missoula Strikers 5-0. Goals were scored by Tyler Gasper (2), Joseph Sarkis, Alex Reyes and Patrick Du. They then tied the FC Boise Nova Gold 1-1. The Sting goal was scored by Noah Janzen. They played the same team for the championship game, but came up short. The Sting goal was scored by Alex Reyes. In the front row from left are Andon Brandt, Alexander Nipp, Joseph Sarkis, Alex Reyes, Jameson Elliot, Bryce Allred and Evan Lowder; and back row from left, Byron Anderson, Kohrt Weber, Talon Mitchell, Patrick Du, Noah Janzen, Brayden Bengston, Jack Shrontz, Zak Wenglikowski and coach Camron Cutler. Not pictured is Tyler Gasper.


Courtesy photo On Sunday the VIP Juniors under-17 volleyball team swept the gold bracket at Evergreen Regional Volleyball Association U18 Championships held at the HUB Sports Center in Liberty Lake. This was a back-to-back regional championship for VIP Juniors U17 as last year they won the U16 division. E.R.V.A. is all of Eastern Washington, Montana and North Idaho, and 25 teams participated in the U18 Regionals. VIP Juniors U17 will travel to Seattle May 27-29 for the Emerald City Classic Invitational. From left are coach Kenny Zink, Arlaina Stephenson, Ailsa Hansen, Sam Swayze, Faith Carlson, Delaney Schmidt, Trophy, Mattisyn Cope, Paige Wollan, Sydney Parks and coach Chad Coupland.




Sunset Animal Hospital – Chloe Crowley 1 goal.

JumpN2Fun – Shanah Everhart 1 goal.

Chiropractic Therapeutics – Emma Chapleski and Lily Howard 1 goal.

CoupDeGrace – Eleanor Moss 1 goal.

JumpN2Fun – Presley Fagan 1 goal.

Chiropractic Therapeutics – Sierra Sheppard 1 goal.

Sunset Animal Hospital – Nadine Joubert 1 goal.

Coup DeGrace – Eleanor Moss and Abby Price 1 goal.


Pediatric Dental Center – Addison Paterson 1 goal.

Cd’A Tribe – Cassidy Gorr 2 goals.

Ironman Foundation – Julia Peterson and Peyton Reynolds 1 goal.

Pediatric Dental Center – Addison Paterson 2 goals, Scout Brown, Tessa Petersen, Aaliyah Moore, Chloe Todd 1 goal.


Cannon Hill Industries – Alexa Sheppard and Bella Berzoza 1 goal.

Legends Sports Photography - Kelly Andras 2, Gabby Belche, Kim Priebe, Rylea Johnson, Athena Reynolds 1 goal.

Jaeger Orthodontics – Mia Shanley and Jennifer Peterson 4, Isabella Platt 1.


Blacks Seamless Raingutters – Luke Radke 3 goals and Noah Radke 1 goal.

Crandall Law Firm – Ben Middleton 2 goals.

Cd’A Paving – Ronan Tweedy and Preston Palanio 2 goals.


Trancreative – Tyson Ruggiero 3 goals and Nathan Vaughan 1 goal.

Garden Plaza – Kaden Duffield 3, Drake Thompson 2, Kenneth Bouwens, Preston Katkavich, and Trapper Beckman 1 goal.

JumpN2Fun – Evan Trevena and Carter Delport 1 goal.

Trancreative – Tyson Ruggiero 2 goals and Ethan Toomey 1 goal.

Garden Plaza – Brady Duce and Gavin Karlinsey 1 goal.

JumpN2Fun – Keegan Wilson, Carter Delport, Evan Trevena 3 goals, Thoran Rogers 2 goals, Brandon Byrd and Jackson Stolebarger 1 goal.


Integrated Personnel – Owen Markham 2 goals, Tyler Kartchner, Aidan Stewart, Corban Crossley, Ryan Edmundson 1 goal.

Thorco – Judah Lawhead 1 goal.

Cd’A Shadow – Quincy SHadrick 5 goals and Elijah Raybell 4 goal

Ironman Foundation – Tyler Clarke 1 goal.


Allergra – Finnegan Vitale 1 goal.

Alert Automotive – Parker Adams and Ethan Johnson 1 goal.

Integrated Personnel – Ryan Modine and Tristan Thibault 1 goal.

Cd’A Tribe – Dax Larsen 4 goals.

Allegra – Alex Green, Alex Kempton and Finnegan Vitale 1 goal.

Alert Automotive – Luke Green 1 goal.


Cd’A Firefighters – Lily Kimmel and Ryan Zastrow 1 goal.

Priebe Chiropractic – Brandon Ragsdale and Caden Baird 1 goal.

Panhandle Carpet One – Brian Buckholtz and Faith Turley 1 goal.

A.C.I. – Cameron Zaragoza, Jantzen Cerrillo, and Alaura Camp 1 goal.

Young Construction – Tanne Hornby 2 and Palmer Rakes 1.

Cd’A Firefighters Association – Lance Lundblad and Ryan Zastrow 1 goal.




April 22

Micro 5

7 Day Dental Smiles – Gunner Brown 1 goal, Kendall Tryon 1 goal

ACI Northwest, Inc. – Brynlee Bower 1 goal, Sophia Chavez 1 goal, Dylan Orth 1 goal

Cannon Hill Industries – Isabel Heath 1 goal, Gavin Moser 1 goal, Mason Olberding 3 goals, Stella Zook 2 goals

Jump for Joy CDA – Vivian Werner 1 goal

Jump N2 Fun – Abram Morgan 2 goals, Carys Morgan 3 goals

Nate’s New York Pizza – Payton Parclift 2 goals, Carter Smith 1 goal

Northwest Urgent Care – Ashdyn Birsette 1 goal, Jake Young 3 goals

P1FCU – Kohen Hedge 3 goals, Dawsen Lewis 1 goal

UPS Store Post Falls – Charlize Asper 1 goal, Noah Galvan 1 goal, Jude Loutsis 1 goal, Blake Sharp 1 goal, Oran Zipse 1 goal

Watercolors Daycare – Hailey Dunn 4 goals, Seth Monje 6 goals, Archer Seeds 2 goals

Mini 6

7 Day Dental Smiles – No Stats Recorded

Blue Dog R.V. – No Stats Recorded

CW Wraps & Marketing – Jeremiah Mebrahtu 1 goal

Jump N2 Fun – Mason Groom 3 goals, Malyna Santos 1 goal

Little Smiles Pediatric Dentistry – Parker Davis 2 goals

Mercier Architecture & Planning – Abby Brown 1 goal, Owen Mercier 1 goal, Ryder Morgan 1 goal, Jack Thomas 3 goals

P1FCU – Savannah Stevens 2 goals, Reise Reardon 1 goal

Post Falls Family Dental – No Stats Recorded

Specialty Forest Products – Jevvyn Lee 1 goal, Brayden Greensky 1 goal

Ultra Lawn – Kolson Asher 1 goal, Tatyana Davis 2 goals, Katalina Johnson 1 goal


Academy Mortgage – Carter Vanbrunt 1 goal

American Mower & Saw – No Stats Recorded

Bank CDA – Ashton Miller 1 goal, Jayden Smith 4 goals

BearGrass Hydroseeding – Kambric Cotton 1 goal, Jack Holley 1 goal, Gage Loftin 1 goal, Emmalyn Sorensen 1 goal

H&I Woodcraft – Makayla Alverson 1 goal, Mason Jones 1 goal, Elizabeth Storms 1 goal

VCT Eastside Operations – Haldon Thompson 1 goal


American Mower & Saw – No Stats Recorded

Awards Etc. – Tevin Burns 3 goals, Cobe Cameron 3 goals, Ethan Kuplack 1 goal

Brumbach Family Dentistry – Quinlan Campanella 3 goals, Brayden Riverson 1 goal, Jonas Malone 3 goals

CW Wraps & Marketing – No Stats Recorded

Hagadone Directories – Damien Nord-Fencl 2 goals, Keller Tracy 1 goal

Post Falls Dairy Queen – Owen Sharp 2 goals, Cadence Warren 2 goals

River City Animal Hospital – Scott Glass 1 goal

Sugar Mama’s Face Painting – Keaton Cameron 1 goal, Anthony Kimpton 1 goal, Matthew Kimpton 1 goal


Financial Strategies – Daniel Kuplack 5 goals, Tate Vasquez 1 goal

Fox Trailers – Maxx Henry 1 goal, Quin Henry 3 goals, Jeremiah Lindley 1 goal, Keith Meeks 1 goal

JLee Electrical Design & Consulting – No Stats Recorded

Lakeview Financial – Adam Achziger 2 goals, DeVon Peterson 1 goal, Ryan Sorensen 2 goals

North Idaho College – Kalvin Loraas 1 goal, Cory Maurer 2 goals

Paul Bunyan – Michael Fonte 5 goals



April 22

Mini Kickers

Andy’s Heating and Cooling; Hudson Melena 3 goals

bank cda White: Elijah Bradley 2 goals, Trent Gustin 1 goal

Budget Storage: Aiden Padilla 1 goal,

Dr. Dance Dentistry for Kids: Mila Behnin 1 goal, Georgia Carr 1 goal, Luke Pleger 1 goal

Eye Guys Optical: Connor McKenna 1 gal, Carter Mitchell 1 goal

Fred’s Plumbing Kellan Larson 1 goal

Hayden Vision Source; Wyatt Hinderager 1 goal, Keaton Knoll 3 Goal

Kootenai Title: Levi Pooler 2 goals

Lakeside Pediatrics: Abby Haler 1 goal, Brooklyn Meyer 1 goal

Laser Bugs: Luke Baune 4 goal,

Lifetouch Photography: Zoe Huffer 1 goal, Jovie Melena 1 goal

Panhandle Insurance Agency: GemmaLightfoot-Wood 1 goal, Callie Moscone 1 goal, McCoy North 1 goal, Theodore Serticchio goal

West Star Industries: Ezekiel McNiel 2 goals, Mason Potts 1 goal, Berrett Slater 2 goal

Zips Drive In: Mason Fantozzi 3 Goals, Stella Minor 1 goal

Micro Kickers

Adapt Allstars: George Chiappe 4 Goals, Grace Moore 1 goal, Jettson Sylte 1 goals

Andy’s Heating and COoling: Kagen Kirk 1 goal, Avery Nevarez 1 goal, Dylan Williams 1 goal

Budget Storage; Blake Anderson 1 goal, Olivia Hynes 1 goal, Jameson Meyer 1 goal

Daum Construction: Layne Whiteman 1 goal

Fred’s Plumbing: Angel Adams 1 goal

Hayden Les Schwab: Mason Hector 1 goal, Lincoln Howe 1 goal, Jacob Luna 2 goals

Hayden Vision Source: Nathon Cobb 3 goals, David Hirschi 2 goals,

Lakeside Oral Surgery: Berkley Todd 1 goal, Brightyn Gatten 1 goal, Dillon Matheson 1 goal

Magnuson McHugh and Co.: Dylan Mortier 2 goals, Garrett Pagano 1 goal

RA Designs: Carter Rossberg 1 goal

Reform Studio: Bode Barton 2 goals, Bekkem Pelsma 1 goal, Will Strait 1 goal

Super 1 Foods: Colby Adams 1 goal, Lulu McIntire 2 goals, Crew Walther 1 goal

Toro Viejo: Sebastian Guitron 3 Goals

United Crown Pump and Drilling: Sakiyas Scott 1 goal, Braile Scott 1 goal

West Star Industries: Fisher LaRue 1 goal

U8 Girls

Ace Drywall: Kylah Chavez 4 goals, Lily Hendry 1 goal;

American Family Insurance:Ava Wickens 2 goals

Little Smiles Pediatric Dentistry: Dakota Stewart 4 goal

Steel Structures America: Savoy Sternberg 1 goal

U8 Boys

Flame & Cork Wood Fire Pizzas: Anthony Haler 3 goal;

Hayden Vision Source: Waylon Hinderager 1 goal;

Lancaster Market: Justin Busby 2 goals, Marcus Mcfadden 1 goal;

Lifetouch Photography: Hunter Clark 1 goal, Alexander Hirschi 1 goal, Beckett Noland 1 goal;

Super 1 Food: Wyatt Carr 2 goal

U10 Coed

Adapt Allstars: Blake Haynes 1 Goal, Ella Moore 1 goal, Scott Pickens 1 Goal;

Arsenal: Emilee Mitchell 1 goal, Nalan Tuttle 2 goal, Paxton Zimmerman 1 goal

Chomper Cafe: Preston Frank 3 goal

Fred’s Plumbing: Hayes Melena 1 goal

Hayden Triathlon: Brayden Dresser 1 goal, Ethan Madrid 1 goal

U12 Coed

Andy’s Heating and Cooling: Madison Beamesderfer 1 goal, Zachary McKenna 1 goal

Coeur d’Alene Shriners; Joshua Busby 2 goals, Elijah Nixon 3 goals, Ezekiel Schumann 1 goal;

Rapter GL: Javan Tesky 1 goal;

Steel Structures America: Nolan Ludwig 1 goal, Nathan Russell 1 goal

Terra Underground: Brayden Kiracofe 1 goals

U14 Coed

Ace Drywall: Game 1: Brandon Chavez 3 goal, Ethan Johnson 4 goal

Game 2: Brandon Chavez 2 goals


Sting Timbers FC ’05 boys Red: The Sting Timbers beat the Spokane Foxes Pumas 3-0 on April 14 at Hayden Meadows. Cooper Prohaska, Boston Spear, Gavin Schoener each scored once, and Miles Taylor earned the shutout in goal

On April 15 at Friendship Park in Spokane, the Sting Timbers beat the Spokane Foxes Pumas 4-2. Cooper Prohaska scored twice, Landon Lee and Jacob Ukich once each in the win. Caden Thompson had two assists, Landon Lee one.

Last weekend, the Sting Timbers played at Plantes Ferry Park in Spokane in the Washington Cup qualifying games.

On Friday the Sting Timbers lost 5-2 to the Spokane Foxes Pumas. Cooper Prohaska and Nate Wyatt scored for the Sting Timbers.

On Saturday the Sting Timbers fell 6-2 to Wenatchee FC. Landon Lee and Ashton Ukich each scored in the loss, and Cooper Prohaska had an assist. Later that day, the Sting Timbers beat the Spokane Breakers-Chester 2-1 on goals by Ashton Ukich and Landon Lee. Lee and Caden Thompson each had assists, and Miles Taylor had nine saves.

On Sunday, the Sting Timbers tied Washington East - Hartanov 2-2. Landon Lee and Ashton Ukich scored for the Sting Timbers, and Lee had an assist.

On Monday night the Sting Timbers lost 2-1 to the Spokane Breakers - Chester at Hayden Meadows. Landon Lee scored the lone Sting Timbers goal, assisted by Ashton Ukich.

Sting Timbers under-15 girls: The Sting Timbers lost 2-1 to the ISC Gunners on Saturday, with Erika Skindlov scoring the lone goal.

On Sunday the Sting Timbers lost 5-4 to CWSA 4-5. Jaizee Cessna, Erika Skindlov, Jordan Roth and Madison Sorsabal each scored once for the Sting Timbers, and Skindlov and Sorsabal each had assists.

Inferno FC U14 boys Johnson: The Inferno won 9-1 against Sting TImbers-White. Logan Koller scored a hat trick, Caleb Calkins and Jack Holloway each had two goals, and Logan Davis and Roman Smith both scored once. Logan Koller had two assists.

The Inferno then beat the Spokane SC Shadow United 7-1. Logan Keller scored a hat trick, Roman Smith added two goals, and Caleb Calkins and Tate Novak each scored once. Assists were by Logan Koller, Tate Novak and Roman Smith.

Sting Timbers FC girls 04 red: On Saturday, the Sting Timbers played to a scoreless tie vs. the Spokane SC Shadow Elite G03 Krum at Canfield Middle School in IPL league play. Danika Nowak had the shutout as goalkeeper.

Later that day, the Sting Timbers defeated the Three Rivers SC G04 Green team from the Tri Cities 1-0 in PSPL league play. Kylie Stone had the sole goal, while Danika Nowak had the shutout as keeper.

Continuing their PSPL play, on Sunday the Sting Timbers lost 2-1 to the IEYSA Valor SC G04 Maroon-Hardy team at Brentwood Elementary in Spokane. Reagan Cherry had the lone Sting Timbers goal on a breakaway.

Inferno ’04 boys: On Tuesday, April 18, the Inferno Boys’ 04 team defeated FC Spokane 5-0 at Post Falls High School to stay undefeated in the IPL. Kael McGowan had two goals, and Lance Gilmor, Ethan Wood, and Malachi Hutchens-Cohen each scored a goal. Zach Engelson and Paul Bradshaw each had an assist.

This past weekend, the Inferno competed in the Washington Cup qualifiers at Plantes Ferry Soccer Complex in Spokane. The first game, against an undefeated Wenatchee team, ended in a 1-1 tie. Malachi Hutchens-Cohen scored a goal late in the game to preserve the draw for the Inferno. Kael McGowan had eight saves in goal. Later that day, the Inferno lost 3-1 to the Pullman Hawks. Ross Lindhorst scored the lone goal for the Inferno.

On Sunday, the Inferno played C.B. United to a 1-1 draw. Lance Gilmor scored the goal for Inferno on an assist from Evan Brinkmeier.

Sting Timbers FC ’02 girls: The Sting Timbers took first place in the Performance Cup tournament in Boise last weekend.

On Saturday, the Sting beat Utah Avalanche White North 1-0. Kameron Fisbeck scored for Sting while Alex Plucker had the shutout in goal.

Also on Saturday, the Sting beat PVSC United 2-1 with Sting goals scored by Geneva Bengtson and Alexi Wilson.

In the championship game on Sunday, the Sting beat the Indie Chicas 2002 CYAN 3-1. Sting goals were scored by Madyson Smith, Geneva Bengtson assisted by Madyson Smith, and Geneva Bengtson off a throw in from Madison Fain. Goalie Alex Plucker allowed two goals all weekend.

Sting Timbers FC ’06 boys: The Sting Timbers shut out Spokane Sounders B07 South A 4-0 Friday night. Greyson Hoffman, Jackson Nickel, Bryant Donovan and Aidan Rice each scored in the win.

Sting Timbers FC ’01 boys: The Sting Timbers took first place in the Gold division of the Performance Cup in Boise April 21-23.

The Sting Timbers won game 1 against FC Nova 02B Gold 6-1 with Greyden Lee having 2 goals, and Jacob Janzen, Tyler Shaw and McKie Gregory with one goal each. Cameron Dance had an assist.

Game 2 was a 1-0 win against Blitz FC 01B Gold. The lone goal was made by Greyden Lee. Chase Norris and Aidan Hassell combined for a shutout in goal.

Game 3 was a win against Arsenal United 01B 4-0 with 3 goals by Greyden Lee, and 1 goal and 2 assists by Jacob Janzen. Chase Norris had the shutout in goal.

Iin the championship game, the Sting Timbers beat FC Nova 01B Gold 2-0 with 2 goals by Greyden Lee, and an assist from Cameron Dance and Drake Prohaska. Chase Norris had the shutout in goal.

Sting Timbers FC ’08 girls: The Sting Timbers played Moscow United on Saturday. The Sting Timbers FC goal was scored by Sloan Waddell with assist from Anna Ploof and Sofia Peppin.

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