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Youth Sports: Select soccer, baseball and more

| July 28, 2021 1:00 AM

• COEUR d’ALENE

• YOUTH SOCCER

The City of Coeur d’Alene Recreation Department will hold registration for youth fall soccer for all boys and girls from Kindergarten (or age 5) to eighth grade from Aug. 2-13.

Registration can be done online at www.teamsideline.com/CDAID or in person at the office, located at 710 Mullan Avenue in the lower level of City Hall.

The league will start in mid-September and runs through the end of October.

Registration is $20 for city residents and $30 for non-city residents.

Information: (208) 769-2250.

FLAG FOOTBALL

Registration for fall flag football for second and third graders will be Aug. 2-27, with practices and games to begin after Labor Day.

Cost is $20 for city residents and $30 for non-residents.

Registration can be done online at www.teamsideline.com/CDAID or in person at the office, located at 710 Mullan Avenue in the lower level of City Hall.

Information: (208) 769-2250.

• SELECT SOCCER

The Thorns North 09 Red girls went undefeated in the Crossfire Select Tournament located in Redmond, Wash., over the weekend, bringing home the gold.

Goals were scored by Chloe Burkholder (5) and two assists, Katie Kovatch (4) and one assist, Ava Roberts provided 2 goals and one assist, Lucia Barton scored a great left footed goal and Nell Hutchins scored a PK in the final shootout. Assists were provided by Sierra Sheppard Phinalley Voigt and Tayla Rutchi as well.

The Goal was defended by Savannah Spencer who only let one ball in “her house” all weekend.

• YOUTH BASEBALL

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July 20

T-Ball

Game 1

Team Cake Batter Hits – Samuel Archer, Hunter Branting, Evan Fay, Wyatt Kreiger, Grayson Sifford, Remington Swartzendruber, Adeline Wiedebush, Brooklyn Helmuth

Team Toasted Dragons Hits – Elias Castro, Beau Cleave, Harper Fore, Micah Kacalek, Ezekiel Kacalek, Yeshua Lang, Kannon Olson, Wes Rigg, Abel Sapp, Charlee Short

Game 2

Team Blue Dragons Hits – Leighton Brunner, Landon Link, Owen Lokken, Easton Moody, Keeley Moody, Jordan Ontiveros, Dylan Patterson, Logan Simmons,

Team Red Spiderman Hits – Brody Burnett, Gage Degel, Graydon Desautel, Aedan Genovese, Wesson Malmstadt, Luke Munhall, Adam Terry, Eli Waco, Raven Woodruff

Game 3

Team Green Thunder Hits – Finleigh Chathams, Isaac Clegg, Lazarus Edman, Grayson Faust, Deacon McBroome, Bennett McBroome, Brody O’Grady, Landrey Ralston, Royce Sanborn, Graham Thurston

Team Blue Shells Hits – Bodhi Blizzard, Brandon Bourassa, Mason Butler, Declan Francis, Amaris Hawkins, Cole Rounds, Aaron Sarver, Owen Scaggs,

Game 4

Team Blazin Cheetos Hits – Waylon Chappell, Decklen Desrochers, Madison Forkner, Isaac Marquez, Beckett Murphy, Christian Poland, Bradley Sandin, Sawyer Smith, Luke Squires

Team White Tigers Hits – Deacon Boone, Peyton Fuson, Scarlett Johnson, Benaiah Morency, Kessler Morse, Benjamin Mueller, Avan Vaughn, Paige Veitenheimer, Blake Veitenheimer

Coach Pitch

Game 1

Team Banana Robbers- 1

Hits – Titus Kacalek, Ryan Kacalek, Cole Martin, Jacob Sylvain, Ady Waco, Jaxon Waco, James

Team Wild White Wolves – 14

Hits – Aure Brennan, Maverick Fisher, Joel Hampsch, Cadence Hillyard, Owen Krogovich, Daniel Rutherford, Ava Smotherman, Jora Tesky, Grant Hillyard

Game 2

Team Green Eggs and Ham – 6

Hits – Marie Brodin, Jerzey Duarte, Travis Lettau, Ryan Lettau, Jace Moser, Jaden Perry, Lex Sheffler

Team Green Hornets – 16

Hits – Jameson Beierle, Landen Carhart, Jesse Dolan, Dustin Dolan, Cole Luzzo, Jaxsen Ontiveros, Jase Parke, Jonathan Reinhardt, Parker Sandin, Avery Terry

Game 3

Team Fire Dragon – 11

Hits – Anna Carr, Kase Cathams, Micah Creighton, Parker DeGraff, Cooper Faust, Reno Greco, Kaden Hammer, Elijah Lute, Kase Ralston, Norah Raskell

Team Mighty Thunder Sharks – 11

Hits – Levi Anderson, Afton Arrotta, Paxton Bond, Treyton Crouch, Gabriel Edman, Fox Harty, Enoch Ruiz, Ebbett Vucinich, Kade Whiteman, Hudson Whiteman

Game 4

Team Viper Wolves – 5

Team Blue White Monsters – 6

Submit items for youth and non-varsity high school sports by noon Tuesday for publication Wednesday. Email stories and photos (in .jpg format) to sports@cdapress.com.

Information: 664-8176, Ext. 2019

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Courtesy photo The Lights Out basketball team from Post Falls won the boys 3-4 grade division of the Silver Hoops 3-on-3 tournament on Sunday in Kellogg. After a slow start on Saturday, they won all three games on Sunday, including a sudden death overtime win in the championship. From left are: Aure Brennan, Cameron Carver, Peter Ratcliffe, Lukas Naylor and coach Pete Ratcliffe.

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Courtesy photo Team Next Level won the 3-4 grade girls bracket at the Silver Hoops 3-on-3 basketball tournament on Sunday in Kellogg. From left are: Brylee Brown of Coeur d'Alene, Kinsley Wallis of Coeur d'Alene, Kyal Carlson of Post Falls and Kambry Brouse of Coeur d'Alene.

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Courtesy photo CDALakers won the girls 5-6 grade division at the Silver Hoops 3-on-3 basketball tournament on Sunday in Kellogg. From left are: Jaeli Hoffman, Brynlee Johnston, Ava Robertson and Payton Brown.

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Courtesy photo North Idaho Elite went 4-1 at the Silver Hoops 3-on-3 basketball tournament and won the tournament Sportsmanship Award. From left are: Jennifer Figueroa, Maddox Lindquist, Britton Johnston, Wyatt Carr and Brett Johnson.

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Courtesy photo The Thorns North 09 Red girls soccer team went undefeated in the Crossfire Select tournament over the weekend in Redmond, Wash. In the top row, from left: coach Ty Kovatch, Taryn Young, Tayla Rutchi, Chloe Burkholder, Nell Hutchins, Mallory Morrisroe, Katie Kovatch, Sierra Sheppard, Ava Roberts and coach Dan Linder. In the bottom are: Ryann Blair, Phinalley Voigt, Savannah Spencer, Lucia Barton, Audrey Linder and Aspen Liddiard.