PREP ROUNDUP: McDonald’s no-hitter helps Timberlake sweep Bonners

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• BASEBALL

SPIRIT LAKE — Timberlake wanted to show Bonners Ferry there was a new boss in the Intermountain League this season.

Junior Jack McDonald was the first to lay down the law on Friday at Timberlake High.

McDonald, a left-hander, struck out 11 over five innings in a no-hitter of the first game of a 13-0 and 17-3 sweep of the Badgers in the IML opener for both.

“It was an all-around good day for us,” Timberlake coach Cameron Knigge said. “We hit the ball really well and our guys are really hitting their stride. I thought all of our guys 1 through 9 did their job at the plate.”

Jacob Hessing struck out five in the nightcap for Timberlake (3-6-1), which hosts Kellogg in a doubleheader starting at 3 p.m. on Tuesday.

Bonners Ferry won the state 3A title last year.

“It was nice to come out and get two league wins off the bat against Bonners,” Knigge said. “I told our guys before the game that there was a new sheriff in town.”

McDonald and Zac Larsen had three RBIs each in the second game for Timberlake.

FIRST GAME

Bonners Ferry 000 00 — 0 0 1

Timberlake 206 5x — 13 11 1

Game called in 5th inning due to 10-run rule

Ty Bateman and Bo Bateman; Jack McDonald and Zac Larsen. W — McDonald. L — T. Bateman.

HITS: BF — none. TL — McDonald 2, Harris, Drake, Powell, Knerr 2, Larsen, Benefield 2, James. 2B — Benefield. 3B — McDonald, Powell.

SECOND GAME

Bonners Ferry 001 20 — 3 9 0

Timberlake 40(12) 1x — 17 12 3

Game called in 5th inning due to 10-run rule

Gabe See, Spencer Eby (3), Seth Bateman (3) and Quinn; Jacob Hessing and Zac Larsen, Caleb Knight (4). W — Hessing. L — See.

HITS: BF — S. Bateman 2, T. Bateman 2, B. Bateman, Durette 2, Eby 2, Branson. TL — McDonald, Wilson, Drake, Powell, Jerome, Knerr, Balavage, Larsen, Benefieldd, James 2. 2B — T. Bateman, James, Knerr, McDonald. 3B — S. Bateman.

• SOFTBALL

Timberlake 32-34

Bonners Ferry 0-4

BONNERS FERRY — Ashlyn Mallet drove in 15 runs, nine in the first game, as the visiting Tigers clobbered the Badgers in the Intermountain League opener for both schools.

Mallet hit a three-run homer in the first game and finished 3 for 4 and scored four runs. She was 4 for 5 in the second game and scored three runs.

“Ashlyn Mallet just hit the crap out of the ball,” Timberlake coach Casi Lupinacci said. “We just played good ball all the way around.”

Kyndal Lindley went 4 for 6 and scored four runs for Timberlake (4-1, 2-0 IML) in the opener, and Jaycee Jerome and Taylor Suko each drove in three runs. Becca Malloy pitched a two-hit shutout over five innings.

In the second game, Bernie Carhart struck out six for the Tigers, and also went 4 for 6 with five RBIs and six runs scored. Lindley was 3 for 6 with three RBIs and four runs scored.

Timberlake plays host to Kellogg on Tuesday in an IML doubleheader.

FIRST GAME

Timberlake 20(15) (13)2 — 32 19 0

Bonners Ferry 000 00 — 0 2 3

Becca Malloy and Lily Carhart; Schulte, Watt (3) and Cowin.

HITS: TL — L. Carhart 2, B. Carhart, Lindley 4, Malloy 3, Jerome 2, Peterson, Suko, Mallet 3, Howard. BF — English, Dodge. 2B — Mallet, Suko, English. 3B — Jerome, Lindley, Mallet. HR — Mallet.

SECOND GAME

Timberlake 9(10)8 61 — 34 18 1

Bonners Ferry 300 10 — 4 6 6

Bernie Carhart and Maddy Salois; English and Merritt.

HITS: TL — L. Carhart, B. Carhart 4, Lindley 3, Salois, Mallet 4, Lindley 2, Kalar, Howard. BF — English 2, Merritt, Dodge, Blevins, Owens. 2B — B. Carhart 2, Mallet. 3B — B. Carhart, Lindley.

Lakeland 12-10

Medical Lake 2-17

RATHDRUM — Kathryn Wardak, Haylee Smit and Taylor Woolley teamed on a two-hitter with seven strikeouts as the Hawks beat the visiting Cardinals in the first game of a nonleague doubleheader.

Mia O’Hara hit a three-run homer in the fourth inning for Lakeland (3-10). Woolley went 3 for 4 and scored three runs.

Allison Russum finished with four hits on the day for the Hawks. She was 2 for 3 with two RBIs and two runs scored in the second game.

Lakeland is scheduled to host Colville today in a doubleheader starting at noon.

FIRST GAME

Medical Lake 200 00 — 2 2 0

Lakeland 420 51 — 12 11 0

Game called in 5th inning due to 10-run rule.

M. McDowell and Ashlyn Tamietti; Kathryn Wardak, Haylee Smit (3), Taylor Woolley (4) and Harley See.

HITS: ML — Duncan, Thompson. LL — Woolley 3, O’Hara 2, Russum 2, Dyer, Wardak, Pruitt, Brack. 2B — Pruitt, Woolley 2. HR — O’Hara.

SECOND GAME

Medical Lake 432 17 — 17 20 0

Lakeland 132 22 — 10 8 2

Kaitlyn Sabatino and Hailee Deshazer; Kathryn Wardak, Haylee Smit (1) and Harley See.

HITS: ML — Duncan 3, Tamietti 3, Deshazer 2, Musser, Thompson 4, Sabatino 2, Ryans, Shores 4. LL — Woolley, Russum 2, Dyer 2, Cooley, Brack 2.

Orofino 17-10

St. Maries 16-3

OROFINO — The host Maniacs scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning of the first game, and went on to sweep the Lumberjacks in Central Idaho League play.

Elizabeth Ragan went 3 for 5 and drove in three runs in the opener for St. Maries (1-4, 1-2 CIL), and Kirsten Miller went 3 for 4.

St. Maries is scheduled to host Priest River today in a doubleheader at noon.

FIRST GAME

St. Maries 700 107 1 — 16 17 5

Orofino 012 506 3 — 17 7 4

0 out when winning run scored.

Cora Peel, Allie Brebner (4) and Madison Cordell; Melton, Hudson (6) and Madden.

HITS: SM — Ragan 3, Cordell, Walrod 2, Barden 2, Davenport, Peel 2, Holder 2, Miller 3, Brebner. Oro — Suprano, Teel 3, Howell 2, Bretz. 2B — Walrod 2, Ragan, Bretz. 3B — Davenport.

SECOND GAME

St. Maries 002 10 — 3 7 0

Orofino 172 0x — 10 10 2

Gracie Barden, Madison Cordell (3) and Cordell, Amber Rose Walrod (3); Melton, Hudson (2) and Madden.

HITS: SM — Cordell, Walrod 2, Barden, Harvey 2, Peel. Oro — L. Schartz 2, Suprano 2, Teel, Howell, R. Schartz 2, Hudson, Bretz. 2B — Barden, L. Schartz 2. 3B — Teel.

• TRACK AND FIELD

Post Falls’ Jacobsen, Spooner each win pole vault

MOSCOW — Carson Jacobsen and Hailey Spooner of Post Falls each beat out two teammates to earn top honors in the boys and girls pole vault at the Moscow Invitational at Bear Field.

Jacobsen won the boys event with a mark of 12 feet, 6 inches and was followed by Lars Horning and Jacob Howlett. Spooner’s vault of 9 feet won the girls event, followed by Kennedy LaFountaine and Amelia Madsen.

Post Falls was runner-up to Moscow in both boys and girls team scoring.

BOYS

TEAM SCORES — 1, Moscow 160.5. 2, Post Falls 154.5. 3, Lewiston 107.5. 4, Troy 63. 5, Kendrick 42. 6, Genesee 36. 7, Deary 21.5. 8, Grangeville 19. 9, Timberline 16. 10, Potlatch 6. 11, Lapwai 4.

(Winners, Locals in Top 3)

100 — 1, Cooper Hewett, Kendrick, 11.56. 3, Kyle Lickfold, Post Falls, 11.70. 200 — 1, Cooper Hewett, Kendrick, 23.31. 400 — 1, Fisher Gray, Troy, 52.85. 800 — 1, Laureld Bigler, Lewisotn, 2:08. 2, James Magill, Post Falls, 2:12.54. 1,600 — 1, Alex Peters, Post Falls, 4:53.87. 3,200 — 1, Carson Sellers, Timberline, 10:40.70. 2, Brycen Kempton, Post Falls, 10:45.72.

110 hurdles — 1, Jaxon Skinner, Moscow, 16.80. 2, Jack Reynolds, Post Falls, 17.68. 3, Jerrel Dollente, Post Falls, 17.72. 300 hurdles — 1, Isaiah Ellis, Moscow, 42.50. 3, Jack Reynolds, Post Falls, 43.99. 400 hurdles relay — 1, Lewiston, 49.70. 4x100 relay — 1, Moscow, 45.28. 3, Post Falls, 46.46. 4x200 relay — 1, Moscow, 1:35.53. 4x400 relay — 1, Moscow, 3:35.56. Sprint medley — 1, Moscow, 3:57.68. 2, Post Falls, 4:00.98.

Shot put — 1, Jonah Ellis, Moscow, 47-1. High jump — 1, Tyler Trengove, Post Falls, 6-6 1/4. 3, Joshua Roggenbuck, Post Falls, 5-6. Pole vault — 1, Carson Jacobsen, Post Falls, 12-6. 2, Lars Horning, Post Falls, 12-6. 3, Jacob Howlett, Post Falls, 12-0. Long jump — 1, Cooper Hewett, Kendrick, 22-0. Triple jump — 1, Conor Albrich, Lewiston, 41-1. 2, Chase Berg, Post Falls, 38-8.

GIRLS

TEAM SCORES — 1, Moscow 150. 2, Post Falls 147.5. 3, Lewiston 91. 4, Grangeville 73.75. 5, Troy 54.5. 6, Genesee 37. 7, Kendrick 28. 8, Highland 13.75. 9, Deary 11.5. 10, Lapwai. 11 (tie), Timberline, Potlatch 9.

100 — 1, Katie Fleming, Post Falls, 13.40. 200 — 1, Emily Collins, Lewiston, 27.69. 3, Katie Fleming, Post Falls, 28.0. 400 — 1, Emmy Parkins, Genesee, 1:02.39. 800 — 1, Peyton Claus, Moscow, 2:35.34. 1,600 — 1, Bec Kirkland, Moscow, 5:46.93. 3, Claire Holding, Post Falls, 5:55.33. 3,200 — 1, Laurel Hicke, Moscow, 12:21.46. 2, Alana Lien, Post Falls, 13:07.64.

100 hurdles — 1, Abigail Sanders, Post Falls, 16.85. 3, Talia Kane, Post Falls, 17.43. 300 hurdles — 1, Abigail Sanders, Post Falls, 51.13. 2, Leah Holding, Post Falls, 51.65. 4x100 relay — 1, Grangeville, 52.49. 2, Post Falls, 52.69. 4x200 relay — 1, Grangeville, 1:51.46. 2, Post Falls, 1:54.07. 4x400 relay — 1, Moscow, 4:15.27. Sprint medley — 1, Moscow, 1:58.31. 2, Post Falls, 2:08.17. 4x100 shuttle hurdles — 1, Moscow, 1:03.15.

Shot put — 1, Jordyne Fredrickson, Troy, 31-6 1/2. High jump — 1, Eliza Olson, Kendrick, 4-10. Pole vault — 1, Hailey Spooner, Post Falls, 9-0. 2, Kennedy LaFountaine, Post Falls, 8-0. 3, Amelia Madsen, Post Falls, 7-6. Long jump — 1, Dylan Lovett, Post Falls, 15-5. Triple jump — 1, Paige Lindsley, Grangeville, 32-5 1/2.

• GOLF

Rauenhorst

brother/sister

act leads Kellogg

BONNERS FERRY — Freshman Archie Rauenhorst shot 80 and shared medalist honors with teammate Taylor Bush as Kellogg shot its lowest score of the season (328) to win an Intermountain League tournament at Mirror Lake Golf Course.

Senior Kat Rauenhorst, Archie’s sister, was medalist with an 84 as Kellogg won the girls title.

BOYS

TEAM SCORES — 1, Kellogg 328. 2, Priest River 442. 3, 3, Timberlake 457.

MEDALIST — Archie Rauenhorst, Kellogg; and Taylor Bush, Kellogg, 80.

KELLOGG — Archie Rauenhorst 80, Taylor Bush 80, Robbie Bublitz 83, Griffey Doerschel 89, Graden Nearing 85.

PRIEST RIVER — Kameron Salesky 105, Ben Zapfe 93, Bowen Fegert 116, Brady O’Brien 128, S. Gamer 128.

TIMBERLAKE — Wyatt Dickinson 101, Mason Zollinger 116, Chris Conrath 114, Dawson Hunt 126, Brayden Coleman 141.

BONNERS FERRY — Wyatt Iacolucci 92, J. Robinson 141, E. Nesbitt 143.

GIRLS

TEAM SCORES — 1, Kellogg 433. 2, Timberlake 495. 3, Priest River 513.

MEDALIST — Kat Rauenhorst, Kellogg, 84.

KELLOGG — Kat Rauenhorst 84, Emma Bristow 106, Alyssa Milliron 108, Gracie Miller 135.

TIMBERLAKE — Izzy Hilliard 111, Hannah Mendenhall 115, Brooke Jessen 136, Emma Torr 133, Madelyn Hunter 146.

PRIEST RIVER — Maddy Rusho 126, Olivia Hoepfer 126, Amy Flack 124, Heather Pounds 137, Jordon Macdonald 144.

BONNERS FERRY — H. Chouinard, no score.

Genesis Prep wins

Mullan tourney with

funky format

PINEHURST — Genesis Prep won in the girls two-person scramble and the Jack and Jill scramble to win the Mullan Invitational at Pinehurst Golf Course.

Teams played in five two-person team competitions, each pair earning points toward their school’s team score. This was the second year the event has had this format. The winner gets to keep the traveling trophy until next year’s event. St. Maries won last year.

“Obviously it’s something different than we normally do in high school golf,” said Mullan golf coach Paul Elston, the tourney organizer. “I was trying to make high school golf a little more fun.”

TEAM SCORES — 1, Genesis Prep 37. 2, St. Maries 34. 3, Wallace 22. 4, Clark Fork 12. 5, Kellogg 5. 6, Mullan 2.

BOYS ALTERNATE SHOT — 1, Josh Allen/Thomas Southard, Wallace, 95. 2, Justin Schultz/Caleb Schroeder, Genesis Prep, 105. 3, Emmett Howard/Ben Bristow, Kellogg, 145.

BOYS TWO-PERSON SCRAMBLE — 1, Kadin Olson/Grant Peet, St. Maries, 76. 2 (tie), Carter San Roman/Cole Reuter, Clark Fork, and Hayden Hogamier/Logan Hull, Wallace, 80. 4, Eli Gonzales/Sean Murrin, Genesis Prep, 102.5, Sam Hess/Luke Trogden, Mullan, 106.

GIRLS ALTERNATE SHOT — 1, Tabitha Boller/Gabrielle Harold, St. Maries, 106. 2, Brea McCloud/Yunji Kim, Genesis Prep, 142.

GIRLS TWO-PERSON SCRAMBLE — 1, Emily Martinez/Morgan Bae, Genesis Prep, 103. 2, Jayden Martin/Trista Janssen, St. Maries, 105. 3, Makenna Merrick/Cassie Heiden, Wallace, 107.

JACK AND JILL SCRAMBLE — 1, Jacob Schultz/Rachel Schroeder, Genesis Prep, 79. 2, Eric Porter/Maci Rimel, St. Maries, 89. 3, Jordan Dick/Tessa Sutton, Clark Fork, 97.

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