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Youth Sports June 23, 2021

| June 23, 2021 1:00 AM

REAL LIFE SPORTS

Passing league

At The Fields at Real Life

June 17

Game 1

Traffic Cones - 0

Touchdowns –

Team Warriors – 18

Touchdowns – Kolton Anderson, Cason Sperber

Game 2

Team Salsa Verde - 6

Touchdowns – Ethan Martin

Team Bullets - 24

Touchdowns – Isaiah Bateman, Brady Navarette, Brady Rubert

Game 3

Team Trojans – 12

Touchdowns – Aaron Clare

Team Golden Knights - 6

Touchdowns – Dylan Vranich

Game 4

Team Bullets - 12

Touchdowns – Isaiah Bateman, Mason Leiser

Team Warriors – 12

Touchdowns – Caden Dever, Cason Sperber

Game 5

Team Salsa Verde - 12

Touchdowns – Ethan Martin, Brady Thompson

Team Golden Knights - 6

Touchdowns – Ezra Kunkel-Cypher

Game 6

Team Traffic Cones - 6

Touchdowns – Silas Blood

Team Trojans - 18

Touchdowns – Trent Boardman, London Leveque

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Information: 664-8176, Ext. 2019

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Courtesy photo The Coeur d'Alene Lumbermen 13U baseball team' won the Triple Crown Tri-Cities Father's Day Slugfest in Kennewick, Wash., on Sunday. It was the Lums' third straight tournament championship in the past three weekends. In the front row from left are Payton Bateman, Ethan Blanco, Kolbie Wilson, Ryder Bishop and Ben Murray; and back row from left, coach Chad Murray, coach Brent Everson, Deacon Hunter, Will Jackson, Beau Pearson, Wren Jackson, Blake Foulk, coach Chris Pearson, Andy Everson and head coach Kris Jackson.

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Courtesy photo Top-three finishers in the girls age 10-11 division were honored at an Idaho Junior Golf Association tournament Monday at Avondale Golf Club in Hayden Lake. From left are Jossetta Williams, second place; Ella Wilson, first place and Kamdyn Kelley, third place.

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Courtesy photo The top two finishers in the girls age 8-9 division were honored at an Idaho Junior Golf Association tournament Monday at Avondale Golf Club in Hayden Lake. From left Avery Wilson, first place; and Analise Garcia, second place.

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Courtesy photo The Timbers North FC Boys 04 Red soccer team participated in the U.S. Youth Soccer Far West Presidents Cup last week. On Wednesday the Timbers lost 2-1 to Arizona East Valley 04 1-2. Lance Gilmor had the lone Timbers goal with an assist from Joseph Sarkis. Thursday they tied Colorado Rapids 04 4-4. Lance Gilmor and Noah Janzen each scored one goal, and Kohrt Weber had two goals. Joseph Sarkis and Evan Lowder each had an assist. Friday the Timbers tied Utah Aggies FC 1-1. The Timbers goal was scored by Noah Janzen, assisted by Nolan Angell. From left are coach Kasey Laffoon, Joshua Kerns, Kohrt Weber, Evan Lowder, Joseph Sarkis, Jack Shrontz, Andon Brandt, Kael McGowan, Nolan Angell, Evan Darling, Lance Gilmor, Noah Janzen, Ethaniel Johnson and Evan Brinkmeier.

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Courtesy photo The Timbers North FC 05 boys Red soccer team finished second in the U16 division at the U.S. Youth Soccer Far West Presidents Cup last week in Salt Lake City. In the front row from left are Marcus Noble, Connor Jump, Nate Wyatt, Chet Hanna, Caden Thompson, Bryce Allred and Jacob Ukich; and back row from left, Sebastian Baker, Landon Lee, Griffyn Rider, Isaac Fritts, Sterling Roget, Ashton Ukich, Seth Johnson, Cooper Prohaska, Ethan Wood, Jacob Molina, Miles Taylor and head coach Mike Thompson.

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Courtesy photo A handful of Post Falls players played for Team Idaho in the seventh-grade all-state all-star football game last Saturday at the College of Southern Idaho in Twin Falls. Team Idaho (players from other than the Boise area) defeated Team Treasure Valley (Boise-area players) 25-12 in the championship game. Pictured from left are Xander Scholes, Alex Dean, Skyler Hanse and Brandon Felix. Not pictured is Josh Hasty. All-star games were also held in the sixth- and eighth-grade divisions.