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PREP ROUNDUP: T-Wolves take one in new, exciting atmosphere

| September 15, 2022 1:20 AM

• GIRLS SOCCER

WORLEY — Lake City girls soccer coach Matt Ruchti asked, and the Coeur d’Alene Tribe delivered.

In all areas.

The atmosphere, the attention and the hospitality at the Marimn Health Center on Wednesday.

“We couldn’t have asked for a greater host,” said Ruchti, whose team beat Moscow 10-1 in a nonleague match. “They had everything prepped from the field to the locker rooms. It’s a beautiful facility and we’re fortunate to be the first program to play there. We had a lot of community members and fans come down. It was a great atmosphere for the kids.”

As for the match, MacKenzie Goins had a had trick and Elliotte Kortus had three assists and a goal for the Timberwolves (7-0-0).

“It was a quick adjustment for us,” Ruchti said. “When our front line gets moving, they’re tough to slow down. And they were on today.”

Lake City hosts Gonzaga Prep on Friday.

First half — 1, LC, MacKenzie Goings (Olivia Azzolini), 4:00. 2, LC, Georgia Whitehead (Elliotte Kortus), 9:00. 3, LC, Emily Medina (Kortus), 14:00. 4, LC, Whitehead (Kortus), 20:00. 5, LC, Delaney Moczan (Quinn Kennedy), 29:00. Second half — 6, LC, Goins (Kortus), 41:00. 7, LC, Medina (Moczan), 49:00. 8, LC, Goings (Medina), 52:00. 9, LC, Azzolini (Macy Lillyquist), 54:00. 10, Mos, Rainier (unassisted), 62:00. 11, LC, Aspen Boykin (Jillian Scott), 72:00.

Shots on goal — Mos 1, LC 26.

Saves — Mos, unknown, 16; LC, Acaja Scott, 0.

Cd’A Charter 8

St. Maries 0

ST. MARIES — Junior midfielder Maddie Daigle recorded a hat trick for the Panthers in an Intermountain League win over the Lumberjacks at City Park.

Charter senior forward Alexa Sheppard scored two goals for Coeur d’Alene Charter (6-0, 4-0 IML), which is scheduled to play at Priest River on Friday.

“We had a very selfish and frustrating first half not playing with each other and missing great goal scoring opportunities,” Coeur d’Alene Charter coach Stacy Smith said. “However, we came out in the second half a totally different team. I’m proud of them for working through a few things. We were also able to get a lot of players some minutes in the game, so that’s great for development.”

St. Maries (1-6, 1-6) is scheduled to host St. George’s on Saturday.

First half — 1, Charter, Alexa Sheppard (Mallory Judd), :53. 2, Charter, Maddie Daigle (unassisted), 17:06. Second half — 3, Charter, Rebekah Hines (Cadence Wilson), 40:27. 4, Charter, Wilson (unassisted), 45:34. 5, Charter, Daigle (HInes), 46:33. 6, Charter, Daigle (unassisted), 48:55. 7, Charter, Daigle (unassisted), 55:19. 8, Charter, Sheppard (free kick), 68:50.

Shots on goal — Charter 34, SM 0.

Saves — Charter, none; SM, Jacklin Linnemeyer 9, Kamryn Morris 1.

Post Falls at

Sandpoint, ppd., smoke

SANDPOINT — The match was postponed due to poor air quality.

No makeup date was announced.

Timberlake at

Priest River, ppd.

PRIEST RIVER — The match was postponed and rescheduled for tonight at Spirit Lake.

• VOLLEYBALL

Lake City d.

Moscow

COEUR d’ALENE — Emberlyn Reynolds had 17 kills and three blocks, Aubrey Stennett 16 assists, 10 kills and four aces for the Timberwolves in a 25-21, 25-18, 23-25, 25-12 Inland Empire League win over the Bears.

“It was just a total team effort tonight,” Lake City coach Michelle Kleinberg said. “They were having trouble stopping Emberlyn in the first two sets.”

Allie Bowman had 19 digs and Ella Hosfeld 16 assists, 18 digs and three kills for Lake City (8-0, 4-0 IEL), which is scheduled to compete in the SunDome Volleyball Festival in Yakima on Saturday before traveling to Post Falls on Tuesday.

Genesis Prep d.

Kootenai

HARRISON FLATS — Keira Bohannon had nine assists and Hannah Stiles nine digs for the Warriors, who fell to the Jaguars 25-18, 25-13, 25-18 in a nonleague match.

"There were some positives tonight, but definitely didn't play to our potential," Kootenai coach Lacey Bohannon said. "We know what we need to work on and are excited to get back to practice and work on them."

Kootenai (0-4) travels to Lakeside on Tuesday.

Genesis Prep (2-1) travels to Kellogg on Monday.

• BOYS SOCCER

Lake City 8

Moscow 1

MOSCOW — Bryce Snow had two first-half goals and an assist for the Timberwolves in a nonleague win over the Bears at the Moscow School District Community Playfields.

“It took us a while to get on the board,” Lake City coach Kevin Jump said. “We played with a high level of composure and kept at it until we got our first goal. Our three seniors — Josh Kerns, Snow and Bradshaw Hirschi — were outstanding today and they led us to a deserved win.”

Jacob Molina scored two second-half goals for Lake City (4-2-0), which is scheduled to host Coeur d’Alene on Tuesday.

Moscow is 2-4-0.

1, LC, Bryce Snow (Gavin Schoener), 35:00. 2, LC, Snow (Bryant Donovan), 38:00. Second half — 3, LC, Josh Kerns (Connor Jump), 42:00. 4, LC, Jacob Molina (Jump), 43:00. 5, Kerns (Jump), 46:00. 6, LC, Molina (Jump), 49:00. 7, LC, Ryder Torgersen (Snow), 68:00. 8, Mos, Zack Skinner (penalty kick), 70:00. 9, LC, Kerns (penalty kick), 78:00.

Shots on goal — LC 22, Mos 2.

Saves — LC, Benji Deming 1; Mos, Wyatt Thonycroft 12.

Cd’A Charter 1

St. Maries 1

ST. MARIES — Charter goalkeeper Miles Taylor had three saves, while Lumberjack keeper Greyson Sands had 14 in a Intermountain League draw at City Park.

“It was just a good game all around,” St. Maries coach Chris Renaldo said. “It was one of the best games we’ve played and was an exciting game. We moved the ball well and some things are starting to sink in.”

Dzuy Hoang scored in the 4th minute for Coeur d’Alene Charter (3-2-2, 2-1-2 IML), which travels to Priest River on Friday.

"We left so many opportunities on the field," Coeur d'Alene Charter coach Craig Daigle said. "We'll be thinking about all those scoring chances we botched. "St. Maries converted on their opportunity from a great individual effort. Give that kid credit, it was a great play."

Lance Hamblin scored in the 72nd minute for St. Maries (1-6-1, 1-6-1), which hosts St. George’s on Saturday.

First half — 1, Charter, Dzuy Hoang (unassisted), 4:00. Second half — 2, SM, Lance Hamblin (unassisted), 72:00.

Shots on goal — Charter 16, SM 5.

Saves — Charter, Miles Taylor 3; SM, Greyson Sands 14.

Timberlake at

Priest River, ppd.

PRIEST RIVER — The match was postponed and rescheduled for tonight in Spirit Lake.

photo

Courtesy of Nikolas Bjurstrom Lake City senior forward Elliotte Kortus moves the ball upfield during Wednesday's match in Worley.

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