Youth sports July 4, 2012

Softball, football and more

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The Kootenai Ice 18-and-under ASA fastpitch team won its division at the Lewiston Rampage June 23-24.

The Ice lost to Outrage 8-2 to put them in the losers bracket. They went on to beat the Tribe 13-2 to advance to the championship game against Outrage, which they won 7-6.

Kendal Floch tripled in the first inning to score Tori Schuler and Ashlei Jerome. Amber Edwards drove in Floch.

Jenna Hoffman hit a three-run home run, scoring Edwards and Alia Cox, to put the Ice up 6 -1. Outrage tied the score in the top of the fifth. In the bottom of the fifth Halee Edelblute hit a double and scored on a triple hit by Cox to put the Ice ahead to stay.

The pitching duties were shared by Amber Hawkes and Nicole Cameron.

Leading the team in hitting were Edwards with a batting average of .688 and Hawkes with an average of .583. Floch had a total of six RBIs. Kodi Kuykendall, Edelblute, Tori Schuler and Cox all had over .350 batting averages for the tournament.


Post Falls Junior Tackle Football and Cheer is putting on a summer cheer and football camp July 30-Aug. 2.

The camp is for boys and girls entering grades 4-8.

Post Falls High coaches and players, as well as cheerleaders, will direct the camp.

Fee is $60.

Registration is available online at: or in person July 21 and 28 at a location TBA.

Season fees for football and cheer is $85, with a $100 deposit required for both football and cheer equipment/uniforms (deposit returned at end of season).

Informatin:; Jon Newton (football), 699-1147; Michelle Holmes (509) 768-4216 (cheer).


District 1 baseball tournament: Hayden Black defeated Sandpoint 14-12 and Hayden Red 13-9 in its first two games of the age 9-10 tournament in Rathdrum. Hayden Red defeated Post Falls Orange 16-8.

Pool play continues Thursday.

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