Northwest Notes July 25, 2012

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Prep football officials

to hold meeting Aug. 7

The District 1 North Idaho Officials' Association will hold its preseason mandatory football officiating rules meeting Tuesday, Aug. 7 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Coeur d'Alene High commons.

All football officials planning to officiate at the high school level this season are required to attend. New officials are also invited.

Information: District 1 commissioner Roger Stewart, 659-4773

No surprise: Boise State picked to win Mountain West

LAS VEGAS - Boise State was picked by the media as the overwhelming favorite to win the Mountain West Conference title.

Journalists who cover the league gave the Broncos 27 out of a possible 30 first-place votes.

It's the fifth straight season Boise State has been favored to win its conference. This will be the second and last year for the Broncos in the Mountain West in football. The Broncos will join the Big East Conference for the 2013 season.

The media poll projects Nevada to finish second, followed by Fresno State, Wyoming, San Diego State, Air Force, Hawaii, Colorado State, UNLV and New Mexico.

Boise State finished second in the Mountain West last season. TCU won the league title after beating the Broncos in Boise in November.

Tevis, Ward triumph

at Rathdrum Days 5k

RATHDRUM - Jonathan Tevis won the men's race in 17 minutes and Rachel Ward the women's in 20:51 during last Saturday's Rathdrum Days 5k race.

Nearly 100 runners and walkers competed in the event, a fundraiser for the Timberlake High cross country program.


Overall winner - Jonathan Tevis, 17:00.

Age 12 and under - 1, Jackson Ricks, 20:39. 2, Cody Bentley, 21:28. 3, Jonathan Clancy, 21:30.

13-19 - 1, Ryan Richardson, 17:20. 2, Sam St. Mars 17:31. 3, Sean Kelly, 18:20.

20-29 - 1, Tyler Price, 23:43. 2, Brandon Nowlan, 26:12. 3, Bryan Tevis, 37:34.

30-39 - 1, Brian Miller, 21:48. 2, Michael Call, 37:07.

40-49 - 1, T.J. Hookker, 18:57. 2, Brian Kluss, 21:49. 3, Jeff Bonannon, 22:28.

50-59 - 1, Larry Taylor, 21:34. 2, Bruce Mullen, 21:57. 3, Doug Heyamoto, 27:18.

60-69 - 1, Dennis Hall, 35:50. 2, Steve Bell, 52:46. 3, Gary Thunem, 1:05:04.

70 and up - 1, Floyd McComas, 33:16.


Overall winner - Rachel Ward, 20:51.

Age 12 and under - 1, Camryn Cicchetti, 27:51. 2, Sydnee Hotmer, 29:26. 3, Madeline Neff, 32:04.

13-19 - 1, Dom Vanderwilt, 21:24. 2, Brooke Nowlan, 21:30. 3, Briana Barnhill, 22:35.

20-29 - 1, Brigette Bonannon, 24:53. 2, Elizabeth Shaver, 31:24. 3, Cassandra Daines, 32:38.

30-39 - 1, Colleen Pearson, 22:35. 2, Karie-Lynn Kelly, 22:35. 3, Virginia Davis, 24:09.

40-49 - 1, Barb Puckett, 27:51. 2, Cathy Richardson, 29:28. 3, Alicia Ray, 29:36.

50-59 - 1, Donna Ward, 52:47.

60-69 - 1, Mary-Jane Clancy, 38:20.

70 and up - 1, Jill Beth, 43:10. 2, Mary Thunem, 1:05.06.

Pitch for the Cure walk

to be held on Aug. 25

SPOKANE - The annual Pitch for the Cure Breast Cancer Walk, presented by Mike's Hard Pink Lemonade will be held Saturday, Aug. 25 at Avista Stadium, the Spokane Indians announced.

Proceeds benefit the Eastern Washington Chapter of the Komen Foundation.

Check-in for the event starts at 5:30 p.m., with the walk at 6. The 1-mile, flat walk circles around Avista Stadium before finishing on the field, where participants will be recognized in a special pregame ceremony.

The game against Salem-Keizer begins at 6:30, and Spokane players will be wearing special pink jerseys that will be auctioned off to support the cause.

Cost is $25 for adults and $15 for kids 12 and under. Deadline for registration is Wednesday, Aug. 8, with a late registration fee of $5.

Registration is open now at or for more information, call (509) 535-2992 or visit

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