Youth Sports April 24, 2019

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  • Courtesy photo The Renovators Volleyball Club (RVC 12-1) won the U12 Gold Bracket at the Inland Northwest Klassic in Chattaroy, Wash., on April 13. In front is assistant coach Dani Tang; and standing from left are Camille Nagel, Olivia Zazuetta, Aspyn Reed, Lexi Norisada, Campbell Lathan, Jamison Peterson, Kendall Focht, Elliana Roullier and Araleigh Arnold.

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    Courtesy photo The Thorns ‘07 Girls White soccer team won 3-0 last weekend against Spokane’s Evergreen FC. Goals were scored by Dani Todd and Malina Biondo. Emma Singleton earned the shutout in goal. Pictured above is Zayda Voigt (in front) and Mallory Judd of the Thorns.

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    Courtesy photo The North Idaho FC Spokane Boys 08 Rider soccer team beat Timbers-Thorns North FC Yellow 4-0 on April 16. They also beat the Timbers-Thorns North FC Green 2-1 on April 18. In the front row from left are Milo Griebel, Braden Smith, Xander Hirschi, Marty Babb and Tracen Crossley; and back row from left, Brody Burger McLuskie, Reid Thompson, Brady Navarrete, Jackson Reiswig, coach Ashley Rider, Collin Brunn, Henry Earnest and Paxton Grant.

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    Courtesy photo Idaho All-Stars team took first at Region 2 Regionals in Corvallis, Ore., for the first time ever in 15-plus years. From left are Maiya Terry, Hannah Milne, Rachel Krafft, Hope Fletcher, Grace Lockhart, Hailey Shirley, Hannah Crawford and Ciera Malm.

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    Courtesy photo Avant Coeur Gymnastics Level 8s at the regional championships in Corvallis, Ore. From left are Danica McCormick and Madalyn McCormick.

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    Courtesy photo Avant Coeur Gymnastics in Corvallis, Ore., for the regional championships. From left is coach Lisa Adlard, Level 8 Mauren Rouse, and coaches Kelsey Kato and Barbara DePasquale.

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    Courtesy photo Avant Coeur Gymnastics Level 5 Brayson Moore at the regional championships in Everett, Wash.

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    Courtesy photo Avant Coeur Gymnastics Level 5 Boys at regionals in Everett, Wash. From left are Dylan Coulson, John Glinski and Wyatt Carr.

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    Courtesy photo Avant Coeur Gymnastics JDs, 8s and 9s at the regional championships in Everett, Wash. In the front is Cameron Baker; second row from left, Aiden Rodebaugh and Brandon Decker; and back row from left, Daniel Fryling, Jesse St. Onge and Brayden Hoyt.

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    Courtesy photo Avant Coeur Gymnastics Level 10s at regionals in Everett, Wash. From left are Kyle Morse, Conner Fulks and Henry Pals.

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    Courtesy photo Avant Coeur Gymnastics Level 6s at the regional championships in Everett, Wash. From left are Hudson Petticolas and Blake Laird. Not pictured is Conan Tapia.

  • Courtesy photo The Renovators Volleyball Club (RVC 12-1) won the U12 Gold Bracket at the Inland Northwest Klassic in Chattaroy, Wash., on April 13. In front is assistant coach Dani Tang; and standing from left are Camille Nagel, Olivia Zazuetta, Aspyn Reed, Lexi Norisada, Campbell Lathan, Jamison Peterson, Kendall Focht, Elliana Roullier and Araleigh Arnold.

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    Courtesy photo The Thorns ‘07 Girls White soccer team won 3-0 last weekend against Spokane’s Evergreen FC. Goals were scored by Dani Todd and Malina Biondo. Emma Singleton earned the shutout in goal. Pictured above is Zayda Voigt (in front) and Mallory Judd of the Thorns.

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    Courtesy photo The North Idaho FC Spokane Boys 08 Rider soccer team beat Timbers-Thorns North FC Yellow 4-0 on April 16. They also beat the Timbers-Thorns North FC Green 2-1 on April 18. In the front row from left are Milo Griebel, Braden Smith, Xander Hirschi, Marty Babb and Tracen Crossley; and back row from left, Brody Burger McLuskie, Reid Thompson, Brady Navarrete, Jackson Reiswig, coach Ashley Rider, Collin Brunn, Henry Earnest and Paxton Grant.

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    Courtesy photo Idaho All-Stars team took first at Region 2 Regionals in Corvallis, Ore., for the first time ever in 15-plus years. From left are Maiya Terry, Hannah Milne, Rachel Krafft, Hope Fletcher, Grace Lockhart, Hailey Shirley, Hannah Crawford and Ciera Malm.

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    Courtesy photo Avant Coeur Gymnastics Level 8s at the regional championships in Corvallis, Ore. From left are Danica McCormick and Madalyn McCormick.

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    Courtesy photo Avant Coeur Gymnastics in Corvallis, Ore., for the regional championships. From left is coach Lisa Adlard, Level 8 Mauren Rouse, and coaches Kelsey Kato and Barbara DePasquale.

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    Courtesy photo Avant Coeur Gymnastics Level 5 Brayson Moore at the regional championships in Everett, Wash.

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    Courtesy photo Avant Coeur Gymnastics Level 5 Boys at regionals in Everett, Wash. From left are Dylan Coulson, John Glinski and Wyatt Carr.

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    Courtesy photo Avant Coeur Gymnastics JDs, 8s and 9s at the regional championships in Everett, Wash. In the front is Cameron Baker; second row from left, Aiden Rodebaugh and Brandon Decker; and back row from left, Daniel Fryling, Jesse St. Onge and Brayden Hoyt.

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    Courtesy photo Avant Coeur Gymnastics Level 10s at regionals in Everett, Wash. From left are Kyle Morse, Conner Fulks and Henry Pals.

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    Courtesy photo Avant Coeur Gymnastics Level 6s at the regional championships in Everett, Wash. From left are Hudson Petticolas and Blake Laird. Not pictured is Conan Tapia.

SELECT SOCCER

Timbers North FC ’04 Boys Red: The Timbers defeated the Missoula Strikers 4-1 on April 7. Kohrt Weber, Alex Reyes, Lance Gilmor and Noah Janzen scored one goal each for the Timbers.

The Timbers lost to the Caldwell Inferno ’04 Boys 4-3 on April 13. Tyler Gasper, Alex Reyes and Joe Sarkis each scored a goal, and Kohrt Weber had an assist.

Later that day, the Timbers beat the Boise Timbers ’04 Boys Red 2-0. Tyler Gasper scored two goals, one assisted by Evan Lowder. Kael McGowan posted the shutout in goal.

Timbers ’07 Boys Red: The Timbers traveled to West Richland on Friday to play NLTC B07 Brasil. A corner kick by Keaton Gust set Liam Martin up for a header and the Timbers’ only goal of the game in a 3-1 loss.

On Saturday the Timbers traveled to Wenatchee to challenge United SC Aguilitas Jrs., and fell 5-2. Cody Kemp scored the Timbers first goal, and Gust had the assist. Martin scored the Timbers’ second goal.

Thorns North FC Boys ’08 Green: The Thorns tied Spokane Shadow G09 Valley Rave 1-1 on Friday. Allison Carrico had 1 goal. Adysen Robinson had 1 assist. Macy Walters and Adysen Robinson split time in goal.

Then on Saturday Thorns North FC B08 Green tied Spokane Shadow Sounders G09 South Rave 3-3. Cameron Fischer had 1 goal. Nora Ryan had 2 goals. Savannah Rojo and Kamryn Kirk each had 1 assist.

Timbers North FC Boys ’09 Green: The Timbers, coached by Jason Wyatt, beat the SSC Shadow 5-4 last Saturday at the Spokane Polo Fields. Timbers goals were scored by Mason Taylor, Ethan Luna (2), and Jacob Melun. The final goal was a result of a corner kick by Rowan Wyatt, which was deflected off the opposing team for a point. Taylor Smith had an assist.

The Timbers will travel to Boise this weekend to compete in the Performance Cup.

FC Spokane tryouts set: FC Spokane, which “adopted” a handful of North Idaho teams last June, has continued its expansion into the cities of Post Falls, Rathdrum, Hayden and Spirit Lake, according to a press release.

FC Spokane is a youth soccer club developing players from the youth development ages through U19.

Free tryouts for the 2019-20 season begin on May 28 and run until June 7.

“We are excited to give the North Idaho-area players an opportunity to continue their soccer development right in our own backyard in North Idaho,” said Ashley Rider, North Idaho director of coaching for FC Spokane. “Since branching out to Post Falls, we have given the North Idaho players the full FC Spokane experience. FC Spokane has a motto of being ‘Our Family, Our Club’ and no matter the location, FC Spokane has created a family atmosphere in the soccer community, and we are thrilled to expand that family.”

For more information and to pre-register, visit fcspokane.com/tryouts

POST FALLS PARKS

AND RECREATION

Soccer

Micro 5s

7 Day Dental Smiles: Blaine McQueary 1 goal, Clayton Wurtz 1 goal

Blue Dog RV, Inc: Payton Brioso 1 goal, Nixon Keyes 3 goal,

Hagadone Directories: Ryan Burnett 1 goal, Parker Nelson 2 goals, Jacob Sylvain 1 goal, Isabelle Thomson 1 goal

Hayden Triathlon Community Fund: Jeremiah Hasse 3 goals, Dawson Hunter 3 goals, Jordon Orr 2 goals, Isaiah Thompson 1 goal

Lakeview Financial: Dakota Birsett 1 goal, Evin McDowell 3 goals, Alexis Morisette 1 goal, Jackson Rogers 3 goals.

Little Smiles Pediatric Dentistry: Parker Barclift 1 goal, Torin Chesnut 2 goals, Tyson Phillips 2 goals

Megasauruses: Izacc Eifler 1 goal

River City Animal Hospital: Brookly Anderson 13 goals, Calvin Eckhardt 2 goals, Raylen Fridley 4 goals,

Mini 6s

7 Day Dental Smiles: Matthew Mattes 1 goal, Stryker Waldo 1 goal, Brenden Whitney 1 goal

Blue Dog RV, Inc: Barrett Cohen 4 goals, Jace Cornett 2 goals, Breesen Ellis 4 goals, Raiden Muraoka 2 goals.

Hagadone Directories: Nathious Moffitt 1 goal, Alyia Peterson 2 goals

Hayden Triathlon Community Fund: Reece Banner 2 goals, Luke Hunter 3 goals,

Lakeview Financial: Ryder Dacey 1 goal

Little Smiles Pediatric Dentistry: Jaxon Mauro 1 goal, Emma Storlie 1 goal

Megasauruses: Zachary Anderson 1 goal, Kinsley Bodman 1 goal, Hayden Farr 1 goal, Grayson 1 goal, Rosco Smidt 2 goals

River City Animal Hospital: Kamden Asher 1 goal, Tenly Glassmoyer 2 goals, Andrew Latham 4 goals, Lola Montour 1 goal

U8s

Foresite Engineering: Tanner Leiser 1 goal, Gavin Moser 2 goals, Henry Thurston 1 goal

FU-KI Japanese Steakhouse: Maya Anson 1 goal, Reed Dickson 1 goal, Hu Jasper 1 goal

Heritage Health: Kellan Alexander 1 goal, Emerson Jowdy 1 goal, Jason Kuplack 1 goal, Elliana Rydesky 2 goals

J & B Concrete LLC: Hailey Farr 1 goal, Lily Koehler 1 goal, Mya Stephens 1 goal, Lauren Voorhees 1 goal

Peach Orthodontics: Ashdyn Birsett 1 goal, Avery Eifler 2 goals, Land Harbour 2 goals, Chloe Mckenna 1 goal, Connor Sigler 1 goal, Brecken Wilson 1 goal, Nolan Yount 1 goal

Specialty Forest Products: Jeremiah Mebrahtu 2 goals, Kael Rodrigues 1 goal

U11s

Bare Flooring: Rocco Skinner 1 goal

Brumbach Dentistry: Mason Leiser 1 goal

Foresite Engineering: Kambric Cotton 1 goal, Jackson Holley 1 goal, Isaiah Robinson 2 goals,

H & I Woodcraft: Landen Mattson 1 goal, Katelyn 1 goal, Andre Weitzel 1 goal

Paul Bunyan: Marcus Kuplack 1 goal, Preston Shell 1 goal, Alex Williams 1 goal

St. Maries Jacks Northwest Trucking LLC: Trace Chatigny 2 goal, Zack Sotin 1 goal, Laci St. John 2 goals

Super 1 Foods: Paden Armstrong 1 goal, Gavin Schneider 1 goal, Amrie Topp 1 goal.

Young Construction Group of Idaho:

U14s

American Mower and Saw: Jackson Frickle 1 goal

Fox Trailers, Inc: Carson Hunter 2 goals, Keller Tracey 1 goal

Local 325 Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way: Cobe Cameron 2 goal, Damien Nord-Fenci 2 goals, Gisela Woodall 1 goal

Mountain View Functional Medicine: Scott Glass 2 goal, Cadence Warren 3 goal

St. Maries Jacks: Lance Hamblin 1 goals, Logan Scheinost 1 goal, Kyle Sotin 1 goal.

Streamline Roofing and Siding: Shawna Gernert 2 goals, Elijah Hester 1 goals, Daniel Kuplack 3 goal, Matteo Weitzel 3 goal, Sydney Villa 1 goal

Viking Construction: Gerard Breyer 2 goals, Caleb Czapla 2 goals,

Flag football

April 20

1st & 2nd Grade Division

Post Fall Kiwanis: Ukiah Balback 2 receptions & 1 tackle, Kessler Bentcik 1 TD & 3 receptions, Treyson Blodgett 1 TD & 1 reception, Silas Collingwood 1 reception, Camden Culpepper 2 receptions, Madsun Ott 1 PAT 3 receptions & 1 tackle, Tanden Russell 1 PAT 3 receptions & 1 tackle, Nathan Sorensen 1 TD 3 receptions & 3 tackles, Benjamin Wanner 2 receptions & 1 tackle

Stateline Speedway: Aiden Anglesey 1 interception & 1 tackle, Gunner Brown 1 tackle, Caydren Coleman-Taylor 1 tackle, Milli Kinzel 1 tackle, Carter McNearney 2 receptions & 2 tackles, Collin Rzepa 1 TD & 3 tackles

Auto Credit Sales: Dominic Buss 1 TD, Jeremiah Cade 1 TD 1 safety & 3 tackles, Lane Hildesheim 1 tackle, Julian Long 1 tackle, Braxton Smith 1 TD 1 tackle & 1 sack, Hunter Watson 2 TDs 1 interception & 2 tackles, Paxton Worthington 2 receptions & 1 tackle

Little Spuds Christian Preschool: Rylan Birsette 3 tackles, Elius Fausett 1 TD & 1 tackle, Eli Hill 1 TD & 3 tackles, Cole Kleinsmith 3 tackles, Michael Libby 1 tackle, Jaxin Medrano 1 TD 1 reception & 1 tackle, Nicolas Roberts 1 reception & 1 tackle

3rd & 4th Grade Division

QC Contracting: Tavion Cade 1 TD 1 PAT & 3 receptions, Hudson Clemons 1 TD, Colton Dawson 1 reception, Sawyer Norisada 1 TD & 2 tackles, Finley Odell 1 interception, Jackson Reiswig 2 safeties 1 reception 1 interception & 6 tackles

Sweet on You Designs: Adeev Allen 1 TD, Nolan Anderson 1 tackle, Austin Anglesey 1 TD & 3 tackles, Brandon Antoine 4 tackles, Keaton Clark 1 TD & 1 tackle, Patrick Leahy 1 TD, Darrin Tune 1 reception

Willamette Valley Bank: Jaden Dahlberg 2 tackles, Jesse DePue 4 tackles, Joey Hixson 2 tackles, Trevor Hutchins 1 tackle, Greyson Morales 2 tackles, Elijah Ramirez 1 reception

Albaugh Cane Rods: Griffin Carpenter 1 tackle, Brayden Eddings 1 interception & 1 tackle, Garret Hall 1 tackle, Joziah Koonce 1 reception & 1 interception, Brayden Schuler 1 tackle, Dylan Vranich 1 TD & 1 tackle

COEUR d’ALENE RECREATION DEPARTMENT

Soccer

2nd GIRLS DIVISION

J.L.Design Build – Madeline O’Dowd 1 goal.

Legends Sports Photography – Evie King 2 goals.

Crandall Law Group – Reese Wilson 4 goals, Chloe Rasmussen 2 goals, Hailey Moss 1 goal.

J.L. Design Build – Payton Brennan 5 goals.

Legends Sports Photography – Aspen Carter and Katherine Baker 1 goal.

Crandall Law Group – Tayah Kidd 1 goal.

4TH/5TH GIRLS DIVISION

Cd’A Power Yoga – Sophia Peppin 1 goal.

A.C.I. – Chloe Crowley 1 goal.

Young Construction – Stella Vincent 3 goals.

Onyx Avenue Apparel – Julia Peterson 2 goals, Alyx Mathews and Kyliegh Chapman 1 goal.

Crafted Taphouse - Addie Baltzell 2 goals and Trinity Paschke 2 goals and Hailoh Whipple 1 goal.

Onyx Avenue Apparel – Tessa Petersen and Scout Brown 2 goals, Alyx Mathews, Gabby Hill, and Aislin Zasadny 1 goal.

A.C.I. – Makaela Randall 1 goal.

Young Construction – Sofia Peressini 4 goals, Stella Vincent 2 goals, Helen Oyler, Kate Siers, and Crystal Magera 1 goal

Crafted Taphouse – Trinity Paschke 2 goals and Hailoh Whipple 1 goal.

Cd’A Power Yoga – Sierra Sheppard and Annalise Scott 1 goal.

2nd BOYS DIVISION

Papa Murphys – Carter Tjensvoll and Asher Barajas 3 goals.

Idaho Forest Group – Ohlson Clyne 2 goals and Gibson Fazakerley 1 goal.

Carpet Warehouse – Louie Kitchen 2 goals and William Adams 1 goal.

Papa Murphys – Asher Barajas 4 goals and Carter Loewe 3 goals.

3rd BOYS DIVISION

A.C.I. — Jackson Jeremenko 3 goals.

4th/5th BOYS DIVISION

Ironman Safe Co. – Abreham Gallegos 3 goals, Tristin Kidd, Scott Pickens, and Beck Jacobsen 2 goals.

Honey Dew Handyman – Luke Radke 3 goals and Philip Heinrichs 1 goal.

Cd’A Press – Ethan Toomey and Jace Metz 2 goals, Gabriel King 1 goal.

Ironman Foundation – Malakai Zastrow 4 goals and Tanner Zastrow 3 goals.

Cd’A Paving – Kenneth Bouwens 2 goals.

Honey Dew Handyman – Anthony Haler 2, Luke Radke 1 goal.

Cd’A Paving – Ben Middleton, Owen Brancheau, and Kenneth Bouwens 1 goal.

Idaho Forest Group – Kayden Worley 1 goal.

Cd’A Press – Ethan Toomey 3 goals.

Ironman Safe Co – Tristin Kidd 2 goals and Abreham Gallegos 1 goal.

6TH COED DIVISION

Allegra – Cooper Irwin 3, Andrew Bruns, Mattie Fish, and Lexi Stetzelberger 1 goal.

Our Town – Dominique Oropeza 1 goal.

Hagadone Directories – Gabe Larsen and Cooper Yake 1 goal.

7th/8TH COED DIVISION

Ironman Foundation – Brayden Kiracofe 1 goal.

Allegiant – Aidan Stewart, Tyson Karlinsey, and Gianni Durrant 1 goal.

Cd’A Foot & Ankle Clinic – CJ Harshfield 1 goal.

Ironman Foundation – Taylor Culbertson, Mason Toomey and Ryan Toomey 2 goals each.

REAL LIFE MINISTRIES

Soccer

April 20

At The Fields

PreK/K Division

Game 1

Purple Chaos

Goals – Reece Hodges, Gracie Nagrone, Jaxsen Ontiveros

Mighty Eagles

Goals – Austin Kortekaas, Mathis Voeller

Game 2

Amigos

Goals – Clayton Durfey, Rylan Nitti, Isla Wearne

Dangerous Donuts

Goals – Preston Bright,

Game 3

Soccer Hawks

Goals – Lucas Antonich, Micah Brumbach, Chase Reed, Henry Bowlby

Team G

Goals – Roman Dion

Game 4

Power Rangers

Goals - Aure Brennan

Lightning

Goals – Teagan Phenicie, Gabriel Stearns

1st/2nd Grade Division

Game 1

Purple Smurfs – 2

Falcons – 11

Purple Smurfs – Goals – Bryson Perkins, Kennedy Short

Falcons – Goals – Olivia Emery, Maximus McKim, Brock Pelphrey, Isaac Pelphrey

Game 2

Blue Life - 1

Vikings - 1

Blue Life – Goals –Samson, Kjar

Vikings – Goals – Tessa Lovell

Game 3

Jaguars - 3

Dolphins - 4

Jaguars – Goals – AJ Brunk, Derrick Koczor-Treat

Dolphins – Goals – Esperanza Ascencio-Bautista, Landon Devos, Seth Williams

3rd to 6th Grade Division

Game 1

Timbers – 4

Huskies - 2

Timbers – Goals – Caleb Alverson, Chloe VanVolkinburg, Noah VanVolkingburg

Huskies – Goals – Brody Stroud

Game 2

Sounders - 4

Barcelona - 3

Sounders – Goals – Richard Kincaid, Gage Pagano, Mason Perkins, Savannah Woodruff

Barcelona – Goals – Ethan Martin

Game 3

Real Life Rampage - 2

PF Galaxy – 2

Real Life Rampage – Goals – Kolton Anderson, Hunter Schlager

PF Galaxy – Goals – Parker Bright

Girls volleyball

April 13

At The Courts

Match 1

The Go-Getters – 1 Sets

Team C – 2 Sets

Go Getters – Aces – Adelynn Archer, Tatyana Davis, Jaidyn Devos, Kennedy Prendergast, Chloe Thomas

Team C – Aces – Zuri Blood, Rylie Gum, Annylse James, Kaitlin Martin, Abbie Palmer

Match 2

Team C – 3 Sets

Team D – 0 Sets

Team C – Aces – Zuri Blood, Rylie Gum, Annylse James, Kirra Lichty, Abbie Palmer, Natalya Young

Team D – Aces – Ella Hummer, Rilynn Kaiser, Audri Madsen, Elena Millan, Jordyn Short

Match 3

Team Awesome – 3 Sets

Team Bella – 0 Sets

Team A – Aces – Kendal Brumet, Paige Day, Kenna Genatone, Alivia Ludwig, Carsyn Rahn, Emily Rosa, MacKenzie Thurston

Team Bella – Aces – Kinsey Alverson, Isabella Carlino, Jenna Marosi, Kaya Myers

Match 4

Team Bella – 0 Sets

Team Go Getters – 3 Sets

Team Bella – Aces – Kinsey Alverson, Isabella Carlino, Jenna Marosi, Kaya Myers

Go Getters – Aces – Tatyana Davis, Jaidyn Devos, Camryn Nichols, Desi Palm, Kennedy Prendergast, Lydia Rush, Carly Scribner

HAYDEN RECREATION AND COMMUNITY EVENTS

Soccer

April 20

Mini-Kickers (3-4 Year-Olds)

Andy’s Heating & Cooling: Jayce Beck 1 goal

Axis Spine- Carter Jennings 2 goals; Zach Martin 2 goals

Crandall Law Group: Jett Crandall 2 goals, Camille Kingsley 1 goal; Mason Scholten 1 goal

Dorene Carney, SSA Disability Rep: No stats Available

Dr. Dance Dentistry for Kids: Lincoln Wiley 1 goal

Grind Time Basketball Training: Shikei Blake 3 goals

Harris CPAs: Billy Kearns 3 goals

Hayden Vision Source: Boss Gustafson 2 goals

Lancaster Market: Forrest Carson 1 goal; Kyla Camarata 2 goals; Easton Karlgaard 2 goals

Laser Bugs: Kaelyn Ingalls 3 goals; Benjamin McVey 1 goal; Grant Quinn 4 goals

Little Smiles Pediatric Dentistry: Zoey Leslie 1 goal; Tripp MCLeod 2 goals

NW Land + Lifestyle Properties: Tate Lauper 3 goals; Zion Shaw 3 goals

RA Design: No stats Available

Saturday Night, INC.: Benaiah Lorona 2 goals; Micahel Sanders 1 goal

Super 1 Foods: Lyla Maestas 2 goals; Corbin Nagrone 4 goals

VanZandt Financial: No stats Available

Micro-Kickers (5-6 Year-Olds)

Andy’s Heating & Cooling: Tanner Matuszak 5 goals; Levi Pooler 6 goals; Jayden Reilly 2 goals; Berrett Slater 2 goals; Sawyer Matuszak 1 goal

Dr. Dance Dentistry for Kids: Benjamin Thomas 2 goals

Fred’s Plumbing Blue: Cannon Bond 1 goal

Fred’s Plumbing Pink: No stats Available

The Growler Guys: Oliver Clark 4 goals; Trent Gustin 2 goals; Cannon Groven 2 goals

Harris CPAs: Liam Fields 1 goal

Harrison Valuation Advisors: Brody Beck 2 goals; Davis Hartley 1 goal

Hayden Vision Source: Ryland Howard 3 goals

Lakeside Pediatrics: Harleigh Nolan 1 goal

Lancaster Market: Parker Singer 1 goals

Laser Bugs: Jackson Aune 1 goal; Quinn Martin 1 goal

Little Smiles Pediatric Dentistry: Keaton Knoll 2 goals; Carter Mitchell 1 goal; Sophia Mitchell 1 goal; Benjamin Jackson 1 goal

Marketplace Connections: Daniel Kellmer 2 goals; Gemma Lightfoot-Wood 1 goal; Eli Munhall 1 goal

McDonald’s Red: Aiden Padilla 1 goal; Daniel Ploof 2 goals

McDonald’s Yellow: Blair Burk 1 goal; Grayson Priebe 4 goals

Saturday Night, INC.: Mason Fantozzi 4 goals; Brody Mittelstadt 1 goal; Otto Parson 5 goals

Super 1 Foods: Vance Corbeill 1 goal; Hayden Hays 1 goal

VanZandt Financial: No stats Available

8U Girls

Adapt Allstars: Olivia Hynes 1 goal; Molly Ploof 1 goal

Harrison Valuation Advisory: Danika Thompson 3 goals

Inland Alarm: No stats Available

White PineWealth: Gracie McVey 2 goals; Brielle Meine 1 goal; Olivia Nusser 1 goal; Josie Porter 1 goal; Kaelyn Howard 2 goal

8U Boys

Axis Spine: No stats Available

Big Sky Corp.: Moses Holton 1 goal; Owen Newby 1 goal; George Chiappe 3 goals

JLC Fabspeed: Bode Barton 1 goal; Andrew Grady 3 goals, Jamie Hablet 2 goals; Owen Harrison 1 goal; Issac Jackson 1 goal

Killer Pest Control: No Stats Available

Mayer Consulting: No Stats Available

Radicci Italian Bistro: No Stats Available

10U

Ace Drywall: Kylah Chavez 1 goal; Lyric Young 2 goals

Bryce Roofing: Adelynn Blessing 2 goals; Liam Garr-Coles-3 goals

Carstar: No stats Available

Steel Structures America: Abraham Holton 1 goal

Toro Viejo: Sebastian Guitron 1 goal

Urban Edge Salon: Frank Lopez 1 goal

12U

Adapt Allstars: Nalan Tuttle 1 goal

CCS: Jacob Henley 1 goal; Michael Marshall 1 goal; Marcus McFadden 1 goal; Colton Smith 2 goals

Killer Pest Control: Asher Erb 1 goal

MPG Painting: Elliot Engles 1 goal, Nathan Ringger 1 goal

Steel Structures America: No stats Available

Telerad Connect: Joshua Nixon 1 goal; Hadyn Widdicombe-Sessions 1 goal

15U

Ace Drywall: Brandon Chavez 2 goals; Brody Singer 1 goal

Austin’s Ladder: Chad Holbrook 3 goals

Carstar: No stats Available

Empire Airlines: Gavin Mooney 1 goal

Trinity Church: Joshua Busby 1 goal; Jensen Elliott 1 goal; Ethan Johnson 4 goals; Elijah Nixon 2 goals

xCraft: No stats Available

GYMNASTICS

Avant Coeur Level 8s qualified and competed at Regionals in Corvallis, Ore., April 12-14.

Avant Coeur Boys Level 5-10s qualified and compted at Regionals in Everett, Wash., the weekend of April 5-7.

Girls Results

Level 8

Maiya Terry tied for 6th on Vault with a 9.200, took 3rd on Bars with a 9.425, 5th on Beam with a 9.250 and 2nd All-Around with a 36.975

Madalyn McCormick took 5th on Beam with a 9.400 and 8th All-Around with a 36.250

Mauren Rouse took 8th on Bars with a 8.875, tied for 4th on Floor with a 9.50 and tied for 12th All-Around with a 35.575

Danica McCormick had a high of 9.125 on Floor

Maiya Terry took 5th out of all the Level 8s in Idaho at the state championships in Moscow in March and qualified to compete at the All-Stars Meet at Regionals in Corvallis, Ore. Eight kids total compete for the state of Idaho against the other five states in Region 2. Idaho has never won in the 15+ years that this special meet has been going on and this year Idaho took first out of the six states in Region 2.

Boys Results

Level 5

Brayson Moore had a high of 9.000 on Floor

Dylan Coulson took 8th on Rings with a 9.700, tied for 3rd on Vault with a 9.300, tied for 1st on PBars with a 10.600 and took 7th All-Around with a 57.900

John Glinski had a high of 9.500 on Pommel and a high of 9.100 on Vault

Wyatt Carr had a high of 9.700 on Floor and a high of 9.300 on Pommel

Level 6

Conan Tapia had a high of 9.400 on Pommel and a high of 9.350 on PBars

Hudson Petticolas took 8th on Floor with a 9.000, 5th on Pommel with a 10.250 and tied for 6th on Rings with a 8.800

Blake Laird had a high of 8.450 on Pommel and a high of 8.300 on PBars

JD

Daniel Fryling took 8th on Rings with a 10.650, 3rd on Vault with a 10.900, 7th on PBars with a 10.950, 8th on High Bar with a 9.650 and 7th All-Around with a 63.000

Cruz Rodebaugh tied for 3rd on Floor with a 11.300, took 9th on Vault with a 10.450 and 11th All-Around with a 61.500

Brayden Hoyt took 8th on Floor with a 10.600, tied for 7th on Pommel with a 10.350, 5th on Vault with a 11.050, 6th on High Bar with a 9.450 and 9th All-Around with a 61.050

Level 8

Cameron Baker took 4th on Pommel with a 11.550, 4th on Rings with a 10.750 and 11th All-Around 62.950

Brandon Decker took 6th on Rings with a 10.600 and 11th on Vault with a 10.800

Level 9

Jesse St. Onge took 3rd on Floor with a 11.900, 1st on Pommel with a 10.950, 1st on Rings with a 11.300, Tied for 2nd on PBars with a 11.950, 7th on High Bar with a 9.700 and 3rd All-Around with a 65.800

Caden Severtson took 9th on Pommel with a 11.500 and 9th on PBars with a 12.200

Level 10

Conner Fulks tied for 12th on Rings with a 11.450

Henry Pals took 11th on Floor with a 11.650 and tied for 8th on Vault with a 11.700

Kyle Morse had a high of 10.850 on Floor and a high of 11.000 on PBars

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The Latest: Drivers wear red caps for Lauda at the Monaco GP

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May 26, 2019 at 5:12 am | MONACO (AP) — The Latest on motorsport's busiest day (all times local): ___ 2:10 p.m. Drivers are wearing red caps with Niki written on them ahead of the race in memory of Niki Lauda. ...

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