Lake City boys, girls win at Post Falls invite

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  • Photos: LOREN BENOIT/Press Lake City High’s Cameron Johnson watches his putt roll into the 18th hole during the Post Falls Invitational Monday morning at The Highlands. Johnson earned medalist honors with a 1-under-par 71.

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    Lake City High’s Jojo Dodge hits off the 16th tee at the Post Falls Invitational Monday morning at The Highlands.

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    Coeur d’Alene High’s Sam Johnson hits an iron shot on the 5th hole at The Highlands.

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    Courtesy photo The Lake City boys golf team beat Coeur d’Alene in a playoff to win the Post Falls Invitational Monday at The Highlands. Pictured from left: Ryan Chapman, Cameron Johnson, Davon Sandford, Brennen Froehlich and Greyden Lee.

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    Courtesy photo The Lake City girls golf team also won the Post Falls Invitational via playoff, topping Lewiston on Monday. From left, Grace Hite, Jojo Dodge, Echo Anderson, Taryn Cherry, Kyla Curry, Marisa Hagerty

  • Photos: LOREN BENOIT/Press Lake City High’s Cameron Johnson watches his putt roll into the 18th hole during the Post Falls Invitational Monday morning at The Highlands. Johnson earned medalist honors with a 1-under-par 71.

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    Lake City High’s Jojo Dodge hits off the 16th tee at the Post Falls Invitational Monday morning at The Highlands.

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    Coeur d’Alene High’s Sam Johnson hits an iron shot on the 5th hole at The Highlands.

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    Courtesy photo The Lake City boys golf team beat Coeur d’Alene in a playoff to win the Post Falls Invitational Monday at The Highlands. Pictured from left: Ryan Chapman, Cameron Johnson, Davon Sandford, Brennen Froehlich and Greyden Lee.

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    Courtesy photo The Lake City girls golf team also won the Post Falls Invitational via playoff, topping Lewiston on Monday. From left, Grace Hite, Jojo Dodge, Echo Anderson, Taryn Cherry, Kyla Curry, Marisa Hagerty

POST FALLS — On a day with beautiful weather for golf, playing an extra hole shouldn’t bother anyone. And it could provide good experience for postseason play.

The Lake City boys and girls teams won the Post Falls Invitational on Monday, both via a one-hole playoff at The Highlands.

In boys play, the T-wolves and Coeur d’Alene sent out their top five golfers on the par-5 10th hole, with the combined top four scores determining the winner. Lake City edged the Vikings by one stroke.

“Post Falls did the same playoff format we’ll see at regionals and state,” CHS coach Bryan Duncan said. “Each team had only one player shoot par, and the rest were bogeys or worse.

“Even though we lost (the playoff), I was real happy to see our kids in that situation,” he added. “It was a good learning experience to play under that kind of pressure.”

Lake City’s Cameron Johnson earned medalist honors with a one-under-par 71, and teammate Davon Sandford was close behind with a 75, good for fourth place among individuals.

Post Falls finished third in the boys team standings, led by Jacob Glenn’s third-place 73. Wyatt Williams led the Coeur d’Alene boys with a 77.

“It was a tremendous collective effort for both the boys and girls today,” Lake City coach Troy Anderson said. “I was very impressed with Cam going low on a day where not a lot of low scores were out there. He had a lot of support throughout the day from his teammates to beat a really good CHS team.”

• Kyla Currie’s 86 led a quartet of Lake City golfers shooting in double digits, and the Timberwolves topped Lewiston in a one-hole playoff.

“The girls did a great job of responding to the challenge of a playoff win after a long day on the course,” Anderson said of the victorious LCHS girls team.

Coeur d’Alene’s Martina Hicks was second among individuals, firing a 86 to finish second behind Moscow standout Makena Rauch, who shot an even-par 73.

“I was really proud of Martina’s round,” Duncan said.

BOYS

TEAM SCORES — 1, Lake City 325 (won playoff). 2, Coeur d’Alene 325. 3, Post Falls 332. 4, Moscow 337. 5, Lewiston 347. 6, Mt. Spokane 372. 7, Lakeland 374. 8, Sandpoint 389. 9, Priest River 427. 10, Timberlake 461.

MEDALIST — Cameron Johnson, Lake City, 71.

LAKE CITY — Cameron Johnson 71, Ryan Chapman 82, Davon Sandford 75, Greyden Lee 97, Brennen Froelich 102.

COEUR d’ALENE — Wyatt Williams 77, Brayden Ogele 89, Jackson Davenport 80, Cole Jaworski 85, Sam Johnson 83.

POST FALLS — Jacob Glenn 73, John Gordon 86, Dominic Mosby 83, Boen Torgerson 90, Trevor Bennett 94.

LAKELAND — Ashton Waddington 97, Aden Sandlin 80, Sam Schneider 102, Cody Elmose 95, Canon Nosworthy 103.

SANDPOINT — Joel Johnson 101, Caelan Darling 89, Harley Wilks, Wilson VanDenBerg 108, Jaden Dumars 114.

PRIEST RIVER — Kameran Salesky 92, Ben Zapfe 102, Bowen Fagert 109, Shane Gamber 124, Brady O’Brian 144.

TIMBERLAKE — Wyatt Dickinson 98, Mason Zollinger 110, Dawson Hunt 113, Brayden Coleman 140.

INDIVIDUALS — Dawson Owens, Sandpoint, 96; Joshua Hall, Lake City, 97; Dillon Doucet, Post Falls, 86; Trace Goucher, Coeur d’Alene, 83; Jimme Isinberger, Priest River, 133; Trent Gritts, Priest River, 138; Kyle Patterson, Priest River, 124.

GIRLS

TEAM SCORES — 1, Lake City 365 (won playoff). 2, Lewiston 365. 3, Post Falls 388. 4, Sandpoint 389. 5, Coeur d’Alene 398. 6, Lewis and Clark 422. 7, Lakeland 425. 8, Timberlake 434.

MEDALIST — Makena Rauch, Moscow, 73.

LAKE CITY — Kyla Currie 86, Marisa Hagerty 91, Taryn Cherry 92, Jojo Dodge 96, Echo Anderson 98.

POST FALLS — Camden Lenox 101, Renee Mosby 98, Maya Zane 91, Catherine Gordon 98, Payton Blair 105.

SANDPOINT — Hattie Larson 92, CeCe Deprez 87, Camille Neuder 97, Annaby Kanning 116, Aly Lish 113.

COEUR d’ALENE — Martina Hicks 86, Holly Hudson 100, Marin Rowley 104, PJ Gates 111, Olivia Dixon 108.

LAKELAND — Sydney Suko 101, Makayla Higbee 104, Madison Kelleher 115, Taten Gorton 105, Haylie Jamison 142.

TIMBERLAKE — Hanna Mendenhall 109, Izzy Hilliard 91, Brooke Jessen 114, Emma Torr 120, Madeline Hunter 144.

INDIVIDUALS — Grace Hite, Lake City, 113; Bella Mackesy, Post Falls, 135; Brianna Priest, Coeur d’Alene, 104; Mia Maddy, Lakeland, 145; Maddy Rusho, Priest River, 105; Olivia Heofner, Priest River, 110; Heather Pound, Priest River, 125.

• SOFTBALL

Lake City 11-6

Moses Lake 2-0

COEUR d’ALENE — Amanda Curry and Phoebe Schultze teamed on a three-hit shutout in the second game as the Timberwolves swept the Chiefs in nonleague play.

Olivia Zufelt’s home run leading off the fourth inning broke a scoreless tie in the nightcap for Lake City (14-0). Three batters later, Jalyssa Beamer hit a two-run homer — her third of the day — and Abby Jankay added a solo shot in the sixth.

In the opener, Moses Lake pulled within 3-2 on Laurissa Martinez’s two-run single in the top of the fourth. The Timberwolves answered with a run in the bottom of the inning, then Beamer’s three-run homer highlighted a four-run fifth, and Emma Gray’s two-run shot keyed a three-run sixth. Beamer’s two-run homer in the second made it 3-0.

“The scores did not reflect how close the games really were,” Lake City coach Jesse Lenz said. “Jalyssa Beamer really sparked us in the first game and had a great day at the plate. Moses Lake tightened the (first) game to 3-2, and I was really proud of how the girls responded as a team. Hopefully we can take this momentum into the league games tomorrow.”

Lake City travels to Coeur d’Alene today for a 5A Inland Empire League doubleheader starting at 2.

FIRST GAME

Moses Lake 000 200 0 — 2 4 2

Lake City 120 143 x — 11 13 2

Gina Skinner, Harley Raymond (6) and Laurissa Martinez; Ashley Kaufman, Amanda Curry (6) and Jalyssa Beamer, Olivia Zufelt (6).

HITS: ML — Skinner, Ashley, Bailey, Martinez. LC — Taylor, Collins, Chapman, Zufelt 2, E. Gray 2, Allen, Beamer 2, Jankay 2, Hill. 2B — Bailey, Zufelt, Jankay. 3B — Hill. HR — Beamer 2, E. Gray.

SECOND GAME

Moses Lake 000 000 0 — 0 3 0

Lake City 000 321 x — 6 10 1

Savannah Ashley and Laurissa Martinez; Amanda Curry, Phoebe Schultze (6) and Olivia Zufelt.

HITS: ML — Skinner, Martinez, Olson. LC — Taylor, Chapman, Zufelt 3, Allen Beamer, Kaufman, Jankay, Lemburg. 2B — Olson, Chapman, Lemburg, Kaufman. HR — Beamer, Zufelt, Jankay.

• BASEBALL

St. Maries 12

Post Falls JV 1

ST. MARIES — Tyler Lohman had three hits and drove in four runs as the host Lumberjacks defeated the Trojans junior varsity.

Post Falls 000 10 — 1 4 3

St. Maries 035 4x — 12 12 1

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

Complete box score unavailable.

• TENNIS

Cd’A boys, girls top East Valley

The Viking boys swept all seven matches in Spokane Valley, including a tiebreaker victory by Nez Ogle and Kobie DeLeonard to win the No. 1 doubles match in Spokane Valley.

In girls play at Coeur d’Alene High, the Vikings split the four singles matches and swept the three doubles contests. The winners included Sarah Swider in No. 2 singles, who rebounded from a second-set loss to win the deciding third set 6-2.

“I’m really pleased with how she regained her focus,” CHS girls coach Laura Taylor said of Swider. “And all my doubles players had great matches today.”

The Vikings face crosstown rival Lake City today, with the boys playing at Lake City High and the girls competing at Coeur d’Alene High.

COEUR d’ALENE 12, EAST VALLEY 2

BOYS SINGLES

No. 1 — Bayley Throm (CHS) d. Ethan Graham 6-1, 6-0

No. 2 — Chris Swider (CHS) d. Julian Gunderson 6-1, 6-0

No. 3 — Noah Cobb (CHS) d. Luke Pinyard 6-0, 6-0

No. 4 — Nick Probst (CHS) d. R.J. McGee 6-3, 6-2

BOYS DOUBLES

No. 1 — Nez Ogle and Kobie DeLeonard (CHS) d. Ethan VanCleve and Noah Hiaght 6-2, 2-6, 10-7

No. 2 — Zack Lara and Guillermo Fernandez (CHS) d. Alex Marly and Tate Gregerson 6-3, 6-3

No. 3 — Thomas Kladar and Justin Jaworski (CHS) d. Kia Denton and McKay Larson 6-3, 6-1

GIRLS SINGLES

No. 1 — Madi Whittemore (CHS) d. Brie Holecek 6-1, 6-2

No. 2 — Sarah Swider (CHS) d. Sarah Kroll 6-1, 4-6, 6-2

No. 3 — Jazzy McGee (EV) d. Amy Corette 6-3, 6-3

No. 4 — Brooke Young (EV) d. Marriah Piazza 6-2, 7-5

GIRLS DOUBLES

No. 1 — Kim Gunnerson and Maggie Bloom (CHS) d. Lillie Thompson and Jessica Ho 6-1, 6-2

No. 2 — Abby Markowski and Rachel Hoopman (CHS) d. Molly Vinyard and Daizy Camargo 6-0, 6-4

No. 3 — Emma Childress and Sarah Wilkey (CHS) d. Noraa Christensen and Grace Stoner 6-0, 6-2

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