Wrestling, bowling, basketball and more

Courtesy photo The North Idaho Thunder under-15 gold volleyball team won the Silver Bracket playoffs Jan. 8 at the HUB Sports Center in Liberty Lake, earning a spot in the ERVA Power League. In the front row from left are Alexis Keylon, Kayla Freed, Ellie Hatfield, Kate Decoeur, Emma Fahy and Britany Cynova; and back row from left, Laney Smith, Megan MacKinney, Kylie Marneris, Lili Hare, Kiki Cates, coach Hedder Ilustre-Pascua and Sarah Wilkey.

WRESTLING

Team Real Life wrestlers traveled to Salt Lake City, joining nearly 850 wrestlers from more than seven states for the USA Wrestling Salt Lake Slam which is part of USA Wrestling’s Tour of America wrestling series.

At this highly competitive tournament Rider Seguine placed 4th and Will Jackson placed 5th.

Five Team Real Life members qualified for the Oregon Wrestling Classic to be held next weekend in Redmond, Ore. To qualify for the Classic, a wrestler must place in the top 3 or 4 at a qualifying tournament this past Saturday. Rider Seguine, Roddy Romero and Will Rossi all qualified at the Central Oregon Qualifier in Redmond, with Rider and Roddy each winning their respective brackets and Will placing 4th. Connor Larsen and Will Jackson qualified at the Eastern Oregon Qualifier in La Grande, Ore., with Conner winning and Will placing 2nd in their brackets. All will be competing at the Classic this weekend.

BOWLING

Sunset Bowling Center

Sunset Juniors

High Scratch Game Boys - Isaiah Martinez - 245

High Scratch Series Boys - Travis Kaufman - 669

High Handicap Game Boys - Wyatt Grunwald - 288

High Handicap Series Boys - Caleb Ferguson - 761

High Scratch Game Girls - Natalee Findley - 221

High Scratch Series Girls - Ashley Kaufman - 542

High Handicap Game Girls - Haley Nava - 261

High Handicap Series Girls - Emily Cartwright - 720

200 Games: Wyatt Grunwald - 232; Cody Davenport - 223; Jackson Davenport - 225; Blake English 214, 210 & 209; Travis Kaufman - 217, 224 & 228; Natalee Findley - 204 & 221; Isaiah Martinez - 200, 245 & 223

600 Series: Travis Kaufman - 669; Isaiah Martinez - 668; Blake English - 633; and Natalee Findley - 608

Sunset Kids

High Scratch Game Boys - Hunter Schlager - 105

High Scratch Series Boys - Brandon Gellegos - 152

High Handicap Boys - Tobin O’Neill - 168

High Scratch Game Girls - Ruby Goodknight - 67

High Scratch Series Girls - Drew Hammond - 96

Northern Districts Sunset

Jan. 8

Boys Division

1, Lewiston High School

2, Lake City High School

3, Coeur d’Alene High School

Girls Division

1, Lewiston High School

High Boys Singles

1, Blake English - 682 - Coeur d’Alene High School

High Girls Singles

1, Ashley Kaufman - 567 - Lake City High School

COEUR d’ALENE RECREATION

Basketball

4th grade boys

Greene Idaho Foundation – Dylan SUtich 10, Nathan Ringger and Reed Sylte 6, Richie Hackett 4, Jack Okuniewicz 1.

NICS Royals – Kaleb Gallagher and Jackson Sandford 4, Patrick Schlader 2.

Midtown Salon – Oliver Graves and Owen Field 2.

Hagadone Directories – Gabriel Schabell 8, Chris Brandt, Will Pratt, and Matthew Asher 2.

Papa Murphys – Shane Parker 6, Carson Smith and Corbin Jacobson 4, Lane Moglia and Carter Grubar 2, Dylan Grubar 1.

Cannon Hill Industries – Zachary Bell 4, Caleb Wright and Kaemon Barnett 2.

Kaiju Sushi – Maddox Le and Ryder Deming 6, Everett Ramsey 3, Payson Irwin, Jerome Red Bear and Keaton Gust 2.

Cd’A Eagles Aerie – Carson Malinauskas 6, Cade Shannon, Levi Strobel, and Pierce Eller 2.

5th grade boys

Northwest Realty – Aiden Stewart 8, Eli Robertson 5, Christopher Gabbert 4, Kolby Lemmon 2.

North Idaho Business Journal – Derek Goodell Jr 4 and Colter WIltsie 2.

Cd’A Press – Hunter Martin 6, Elijah Raybell 4, Brady Hicks, Josiah Mueller, Zeb Blattstein and Luukas Scarborough 2, Nolan Oyler 1.

Kootenai Clinic Orthopedics – Corban Crossley 4, Will Shepherd, Jack Busby, and Grant Scholfield 2.

NICS Royals – Ben Connelly 4, James Wood 3, Jaxon Jettie and Kenton Ferguson 2.

St. Josephs Ear, Nose, & Throat – Stetson Gilbert 8, Taycen Cooper 6, Paxon Bunch and Max Entzi 4.

Trancreative – Taylor Corbeill 10, Simon Gage 2.

Wild West Log Furniture – Payton Clem 6, Hayden Cleave 5, Nick Duzet and Blaine Clark 2.

6th Grade Boys

A.C.I. – Cooper Erickson and Andrew Murphy 8, Bryce Snow and Ryder Garrett 2.

Integrated Personnel – Justin Hill 8, Nicholas Mason 6, Ryan Jennings 5, Ayson McLuskie 2.

8th Grade Boys

Idaho Forest Group – Mason Margo 22, Sam Owens, Caleb Heffter 2, Max Owens 1.

STG Interior Trim – Cory Gervais 10, Joshua Renteria 9, Austin Taylor, Lance Lundblad and Aybrey Walstrom 2.

5th Grade Girls

Young Construction – Kylin Chavez 10, Hattie Owens 1.

Idaho Forest Group – Emily See, Athena Reynolds, Emily Medina 4, Breanna Purrington, Violet Andrews, Kyla Holote, Rylea Johnson 2.

NICS Royals – Symone Pilgrim 5, Danica Kelly 4, Ari Morris and Olivia White 2.

Cd’A Eagles Aerie – Acaja-Lyn Scott and Keelyn Brouse 4, Jillian-Kate Scott and Natalie Herold 2.

6th-8th Grade Girls

Pita Pit – Ashley Smith 13, Samantha Barber, Kimberly Willis, Clara Busby, and Grace Young 2.

Hagadone Directories – Allie Bowman 12, Ashlee Belnap 2.

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Information: 664-8176, Ext. 2019

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