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PREP ROUNDUP: Post Falls topples Lewiston in 5

| September 9, 2022 1:15 AM

• VOLLEYBALL

POST FALLS — Kaelyn Nagel had 22 assists and five aces, Lexi Norisada added nine aces, and the Post Falls Trojans rallied after dropping the first two sets to beat the Lewiston Bengals (19-25, 20-25, 25-23, 25-18, 15-7 in Inland Empire League play Thursday night at The Arena.

Kylie Munday had 17 kills, 10 digs and three blocks for Post Falls (10-1, 1-1 IEL). Tryinty Byrne had 10 kills and nine digs, Sam Anderson three blocks, Vanessa Kison nine digs.

“We were really slow to start with some errors, but the team worked to gain some excitement and got into a rhythm to get the win,” Post Falls coach Willow Hanna said.

Lewiston is 1-4, 0-4.

Post Falls plays host to Moscow and Gonzaga Prep on Monday in a tri-match.

Clark Fork d.

Timberlake

CLARK FORK — The visiting Tigers dropped to 0-3 with the 25-17, 17-25, 25-21, 25-20 loss to the Wampus Cats (1-1).

Timberlake is scheduled to play at the Freeman Rip-a-Shot tournament on Saturday.

St. Maries d.

Orofino

OROFINO — Lily Daniel had 31 assists and seven aces, and the visiting Lumberjacks bounced back from a first-set loss to beat the Maniacs 23-25, 25-14, 25-12, 25-19 in Central Idaho League play.

Taci Watkins and Tayla Janssen had eight kills each for St. Maries (4-3, 1-0 CIL). Berkli McGreal had six digs, Abbie Wilks three aces.

“Slow start in game one — serving errors were the contributing factor,” St. Maries coach Rachele Fischer said. “The girls were able to get those under control and come back and win three straight. It was good to see the change and how they were able to overcome and get the job done.”

For Orofino (2-2, 1-2), Grace Beardin had 15 kills and two blocks, Livia Johnson 20 assists, Kylie Zenner 13 digs.

St. Maries plays host to Kellogg on Tuesday in a CIL match.

Kellogg d.

Priest River

PRIEST RIVER — Olivia Sawyer and Avery Little had 10 digs each for the Wildcats in a 25-17, 25-23, 25-16 Central Idaho League win over the Spartans.

Maddie Cheney had five kills and four aces, Emily Coe three blocks and Abby Neff 38 assists for Kellogg (3-1, 2-0 CIL), which hosts Grangeville on Saturday.

Priest River (0-3, 0-3) is scheduled to face Genesis Prep on Saturday at The Courts in Post Falls.

• BOYS SOCCER

Coeur d’Alene 3

Moscow 0

MOSCOW — Senior midfielder Cooper Prohaska recorded a hat trick for the Vikings in a nonleague win over the Bears at the Moscow School District Community Playfields.

Prohaska now has 16 goals for Coeur d’Alene this season.

Coeur d’Alene (5-0-1) hosts Post Falls on Saturday.

Moscow is 2-3-0.

First half — none. Second half — 1, Cd’A, Cooper Prohaska (penalty kick), 47:00. 2, Cd’A, Prohaska (Zak Wenglikowski), 52:00. 3, Cd’A, Prohaska (Keaton Gust), 64:00.

Shots on goal — Cd’A 12, Mos 10.

Saves — Cd’A, Dylan Jones 6; Mos, unknown, 4.

Sandpoint 1

Lake City 0

COEUR d’ALENE — Eoin Eddy’s goal in the 58th minute was the difference in the Bulldogs Inland Empire League win over the host Timberwolves, Sandpoint’s first over Lake City since Sept. 26, 2017.

“The boys came out lethargic and had low energy the first 20 minutes, but began to combine in the midfield and create some opportunities going forward,” Sandpoint coach Tanner French said. “We match up well with Lake City physically, however they were able to break down our defense fairly easily until we made adjustments.”

Benji Deming had three saves for Lake City (3-2-1, 3-2-0 IEL), which hosts Lewiston on Monday.

“Sandpoint is a strong side this year,” Lake City coach Kevin Jump said. “We felt unlucky that we didn’t win today. We controlled significant stretches of the game and we had them defending for their lives in the second half. Sometimes, when you have that much possession, it makes you vulnerable on defense. Although we outplayed Sandpoint for most of the match, in the end, we couldn’t finish our scoring chances.”

Sandpoint (6-0-2, 5-0-1) travels to Post Falls on Tuesday.

First half — none. Second half — 1, Spt, Eoin Eddy (unassisted), 58:00.

Shots on goal — Spt 11, LC 3.

Saves — Spt, Roman Jiles 4; LC, Benji Deming 3.

• GIRLS SOCCER

Moscow 3

Coeur d’Alene 0

COEUR d’ALENE — The Vikings had 16 shots on goal, but were unable to get any into the back of the net in a nonleague loss to the Bears.

Coeur d’Alene, which lost 5-0 to Ridgeline of Liberty Lake on Wednesday night, have lost three of its last four matches.

“Last night (at Ridgeline) was a tough game for us,” Coeur d’Alene coach Andy Vredenburg said. “We were a little tired and are dealing with some injuries to three or four starters. But we just need to get back to what we do well, connect passes and finish our opportunities. We just need to get healthy.”

Forward Remi Menier (ankle) has been out for three weeks. Defender Brynn Johnson and midfielder Kylie McCamly were injured during Thursday’s match.

Coeur d’Alene (2-5-1, 2-2-1 IML) travels to Post Falls on Saturday.

Megan Poler, Araya Wood and Elli Rainer scored goals for Moscow (5-2-0).

First half — 1, Mos, Megan Poler (unassisted), 12:00. 2, Mos, Araya Wood (unassisted), 19:00. Second half — 3, Elli Rainer (unassisted), 55:00.

Shots on goal — Mos 7, Cd’A 16.

Saves — Mos, Makai Rauch 16; Cd’A, Jay Ziegler 4.

Sandpoint 5

Lakeland 0

SANDPOINT — After giving up four goals in the first half, the visiting Hawks held the Bulldogs to one goal in the second half of the Inland Empire League game at War Memorial Field.

“The second half we came out and played the best soccer I've seen Lakeland girls play,” Hawks coach Kevin Rogge said. “Probably 25 of the 40 minutes we were on their half of the field, dominating. We played an amazing second half, unfortunately it didn't show on the scoreboard.”

Rogge had praise for Evelyn Bowie, a midfielder who moved to defense in the second half and sparked the Hawks in the back.

Lakeland (2-4-0, 1-4-0 IEL) plays host to Moscow on Saturday.

First half — 1, Spt, Lilly Carson, 9:00. 2, Spt, Kailee McNamee, 16:00. 3, Spt, McNamee, 19:00. 4, Spt, Carson, 25:00.

Second half — 5, Spt, Elia Howard, 73:00.

Shots on goal — LL 6, Spt 6.

Saves — LL, Payton Sterling 5; Malia Batman 5; Spt, unknown, 6.

Cd’A Charter 6

St. George’s 3

SPOKANE — Mira Crawford’s goal in the 28th minute gave the Panthers the lead for good in the nonleague win over the Dragons.

Rebekah Hines had a hat trick for Coeur d’Alene Charter (5-0), and Cadence Wilson scored two goals.

“This was a physical battle and a speed-of-play battle,” Charter coach Stacy Smith said. “It was St. George’s first game and they have some very talented youth. Our accuracy, speed of play, finishing and one-on-one defending was really put to the test due to the constant pressure. Thankfully we were able to work through some frustrating moments and find the back of the net with some powerful and creative play. Very proud of what we worked through and what we left in the field. Bekah (Hines) and our other upperclassman leaders did just that — they led. They led in their effort, their grit, their determination and their talent.”

Cd’A Charter plays host to Bonners Ferry on Saturday.

First half — 1, Charter, Cadence Wilson (Lydia Lehosit), 8:00. 2, Charter, Rebekah Hines (Maddie Daigle), 19:00. 3, SG, Margreit Galow (unassisted), 23:00. 4, SG, Galow (free kick), 26:00. 5, Charter, Mira Crawford (Daigle), 28:00. 6, Charter, Hines (Crawford), 29:00. 7, SG, Carson Gildehaus (penalty kick), 31:00. 8, Charter, Hines (penalty kick), 38:00. Second half — 9, Charter, Wilson (unassisted), 55:00.

Shots on goal — Charter 21, SG 7.

Saves — Charter, Adysen Robinson 7; SG, Henrietta Osborn 13.

• LATE WEDNESDAY

Lake City 8

Sandpoint 0

COEUR d’ALENE — Senior Elliotte Kortus had a hat trick and two assists for the Timberwolves in an Inland Empire League win over the Bulldogs at the Irma Anderl Soccer Complex.

Seniors Georgia Whitehead and Delaney Moczon had two goals each for Lake City (6-0-0, 5-0-0 IEL).

“Sandpoint came out with a lot of energy in the first 15 minutes and it took us a while to play our way into the game,” Lake City coach Matt Ruchti said. “We had good spurts of energy, but Sandpoint worked hard all 80 minutes. All of those goals were earned goals and we were able to put some shots away.”

Lake City travels to Lewiston on Monday.

First half — 1, LC, Georgia Whitehead (Reagan Cherry), 9:00. 2, LC, Whitehead (Elliotte Kortus), 16:00. 3, LC, Delaney Moczan (unassisted), 23:00. 4, LC, Kortus (Quinn Kennedy), 27:00. Second half — 5, LC, Kortus (Whitehead), 45:00. 6, LC, Kortus (Whitehead), 57:00. 7, LC, Moczan (Kortus), 65:00. 8, LC, Cherry (unassisted), 78:00.

Shots on goal — Spt 4, LC 17.

Saves — Spt, Lilly Brinkmeier 9; LC, Acaja Scott 4.

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