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  • Courtesy photo Sophomore Jenna Gardiner is a Post Falls High School Athlete of the Week. Gardiner won the 800 meters and was on the winning 4x800 and 4x400 relays at the District 1 Meet of Champions at Post Falls.

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    Courtesy photo The Post Falls Elite Orange seventh-grade girls basketball team was champions of the sixth- and seventh-grade Spokane Y competitive league. The Orange finished the season with a 13-0 record. In the front from left are Hanna Christensen, Ashley Grant, Jadin Krier, Americus Crane, Mykah Kirking, Grace Couture Ishihara, Lizzy Owens and coach Bill Owens; and back row, coach Craig Christensen.

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    Courtesy photo The North Idaho Inferno FC ‘03 boys Johnson soccer team placed second at the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament. The Inferno opened with a 2-1 win over the Idaho Rush, on scores by Gabe Novak and Logan Koller. The Inferno blanked the Flathead Rapids 4-0, on goals by Logan Koller, Alex Moate, Alex Peters and Matt McLeod. Josh Nilson earned the shutout in goal. The Inferno edged the Missoula Strikers 3-2. Caleb Calkins scored twice, Logan Koller once. The Inferno lost its last game to the Nelson Selects 3-1. Logan Koller scored for the Inferno, with an assist by Alex Moate. In the front row from left are Austin Vaughan, Gabe Novak, Kobe Miller, Josh Nilson, Logan Davis, Roman Smith and Alex Moate; and back row from left, Carey Calkins, Kyle Sater, Caleb Calkins, Alex Peters, Logan Koller, Ethan Johnson, Matt McLoed, Jack Holloway, Taten Novak and coach David Johnson.

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    Courtesy photo The Spokane Stars eighth-grade AAU girls basketball team, playing up to the ninth-grade division, took first place in the 31st annual AAU Best in the West basketball championships this past weekend in Yakima, Wash. In the front row from left are Mataya Green, Rowan Cusack (Post Falls), Riley Cusack (Post Falls), and MJ Bruno; and back row from left, coach Holly Haneke, Hannah Johnson (Hayden), Lauren Taylor, Chloe Williams, Sorrel Aldendorf, Ella Damon (Hayden Lake) and Brooke Jessen (Spirit Lake). Not pictured is coach Steve Ranniger.

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    Courtesy photo Team Real Life wrestlers traveled to Cody, Wyo., to participate in the Yellowstone Middle School Duals. This tournament is a dual format which means that teams participate against other teams to obtain a team score which is dependent on the performance of the individual wrestlers. Team Real Life combined with members of Moses Lake Wrestling Club to help round out its roster to compete against all-star teams from Colorado, Utah, Nebraska, 2 teams from Wyoming and 3 teams from Oregon. The wrestlers are pictured in downtown Cody after the tournament as they were buying some Mother’s Day gifts prior to the ride home. On the left, in front of the buffalo are Mathias De La Rosa and Braydon Huber, former Team Real Life and current Post Falls High School wrestlers who made the trip to referee. Wrestlers in front of the buffalo, from the left are: Isaac Jessen; Connor McCarroll; Nick McLeod (kneeling), Karson Voss of Moses Lake Wrestling and Kyler Anstrom. Behind the buffalo, from left are Alex Austin, Hunter White of Moses Lake Wrestling; Roddy Romero (standing on the buffalo), Lane Reardon and Max Zamora of Moses Lake Wrestling.

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    Courtesy photo The Sting Timbers FC 06 Boys Yellow soccer team won the U11 boys championship at last weekend’s Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament. On Friday, the Sting defeated Sting Timbers Boys 06 Green 4-2. Jacob Molina scored 3 goals. Ari Rumpler had a goal and an assist. Gavin Samayoa and Jensen Elliot each had an assist. On Saturday, Sting tied FC Alianza 1-1. Ronan Sternberg scored the goal. Later, Sting beat Sandpoint Strikers FC Kramer 8-0. Jensen Elliot had a hat trick. Kai Delio scored 2 goals. Jacob Molina had one goal and 2 assists. Ronan Sternberg had one goal and an assist. Landon Miller scored a goal. On Sunday, Sting defeated the Missoula Strikers 4-1. Kai Delio and Ronan Sternberg each scored 2 goals. Lachlan May had 2 assists. Jacob Molina had 1 assist. In the championship game Sting defeated Flathead Rapids Black 5-1. Jacob Molina scored 2 goals and had 2 assists. Kai Delio scored 2 goals. Ronan Sternberg scored one goal. Rafael Rubio and Landon Miller teamed in goal throughout the tournament. In the front row from left are Gavin Samayoa, Lachlan May, Harper Barlow, Ronan Sternberg, Ari Rumpler, Evan Misiuk and Greyson Storey; and back row from left, coach JJ Barlow, Jensen Elliot, Landon Miller, Rafael Rubio, Kai Delio, Jacob Molina and Eli Scarola.

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    Courtesy photo The Sting Timbers under-12 girls soccer team placed second at last weekend’s Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament. In the first game the Sting Timbers beat Sandpoint Strikers 2-0. Elise Frazier had both goals, and Mia Bond had the shutout in goal. In their second game the Sting Timbers beat the Valley Thunder Lightning 3-1. Alize Duvall had 2 goals, assisted by Elise Frazier and Grace Breisacher, and Grace Breisacher had one goal assisted by Duvall. In the third match against Flathead Rapids Black the Sting Timbers played a player down and still managed a 3-1 win. Chase OBrian assisted Alize Duvall for one goal, and Jada Armstrong and Macie Barrett each scored once. In the championship game, the Sting Timbers lost 3-0 to the Missoula Strikers. In the front row from left are Stella Snyder, Grace Breisacher, Mia Bond, Ember Morgan and Macie Barrett; and back row from left, coach Tomas Barrera, Cassidy Bennett, Chase OBrien, Jada Armstrong, Alize Duvall and Elise Frazier.

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    Courtesy photo A team of Post Falls boys won the Spokane eighth-grade boys 3-on-3 championship, going 14-0 in the regular season and winning at tournament at the HUB Sports Center in Liberty Lake on May 15. From left are Lauden Osbern, Carson Lux, Tyler Lyons and Brady Christensen.

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    Courtesy photo The Sting Timbers FC 02 girls soccer team won the 15U gold bracket at the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament last weekend. On Saturday, the Sting Timbers beat Storm FC G02 Showalter 2-0. Goals were scored by Riley Anderson and Geneva Bengtson assisted by Kameron Fisbeck. Alex Plucker had the shutout in goal. Also on Saturday, Sting tied Boise Nationals Timbers 02 Red 0-0. In the semifinal game on Sunday, Sting tied Laurel Storm Purple 2002 1-1. Geneva Bengtson scored for Sting and Madyson Smith assisted. The game went into penalty kicks with Sting winning 3-0. PK goals were scored by Geneva Bengtson, Abbie Lyman and Grace Anderson-Mosher. Alex Plucker had 5 saves during the game and blocked all 3 penalty kicks from the Storm to win the game. In the championship game on Sunday afternoon, Sting beat Idaho Rush Nero 2-0. Sting goals were scored by Elizabeth Scarlett assisted by Abbie Lyman, and Geneva Bengtson assisted by Madyson Smith. In the front row from left are Maysen Deming, McKenzie Mattis, Grace Anderson-Mosher, Zoe Cox, Madyson Smith, Tate Hochberger and Sydney Harbison; and back row from left, Kiley Cutler, Riley Anderson, Madison Fain, Alexi Wilson, Abbie Lyman, Elizabeth Scarlett, Alex Plucker, Kameron Fisbeck, Cailyn Garza, Geneva Bengtson and coach Mike Thompson.

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    Courtesy photo The North Idaho Inferno FC Briseno G00 girls soccer team won the Montana Rush Cup last weekend. From left are Bethany Gilmor, Cali Shipman, Sarah Smith, Alexis Black, Sammi Penick, Carly Schacher, Mackenzie Wells, Rickie Colosimo, Gracie Montoya, Katelyn Jesienouski, Georgie Simpson and Bella Rebay. Not pictured are Maiya Luna and coaches Maria, Junior and Ruben Briseno.

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    Courtesy photo The Sting Timbers FC 07B Green boys soccer team won the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament in their age group. The Sting Timbers went undefeated and beat the Sting Timbers Yellow team in the championship game with a 4-3 shootout victory. In the front row from left are Zac Kerns, Keaton Gust, Dylan Memmott, Liam Martin, Kyle Waddell, Brett Johnson, Dylan Wilson, Rylie Brandt, Olin Young, Sawyer Anderson and Brady Meehan; and back row from left, coaches Ryan Brandt and Landon Anderson.

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    Courtesy photo The Sting Timbers FC 05 Boys White soccer team went 2-2 and finished second at the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament last weekend, losing 2-0 in the championship game to the Flathead Force Green. Earlier, the Sting Timbers beat the Flathead Force White 5-1 and the Flathead Rapids Black 1, and lost to the Missoula Strikers White 3-2. In the front row from right are Karden Moore, Charlie Pinto, Isaac Fritts, Logan Haynes, Quinlan Schreiber and Jaron Voeller; second row from right, Chet Hanna, Stetson Gilbert, Cameron Childers, Sebastian Baker, Aaron Ivankovich, Gunner Larson and Noah Waddell; and rear, coach Kevin Jump.

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    Photo courtesy Suzy Entzi This past weekend, the Sting Timbers FC 08 girls soccer team played in the annual Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament. In the front row from left are Sadie Evans, Ashley Breisacher, Talya Whittemoore, Chloe Hewitt-Nord, Cameron Fischer, Macy Walters, Savannah Spencer, Sofia Peppin and Savannah Rojo; and back row from left, coach Brian Waddell, Kamryn Kirk, Nora Ryan, Izabella Entzi, Anna Ploof, Sloan Waddell, Isabella Grimmett and coach Dan Ploof.

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    Courtesy photo The Sting Timbers FC 01 girls soccer team won the under-16 girls division at the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament. The Sting Timbers FC 01G defeated NSC Montana 2001G 6-1. Madison Sorsabal had a hat trick, Hannah Clark scored two goals, Charlotte Henning one. Addie Smart, Hannah Clarke and Madison Sorsabal each had assists. The Sting Timbers beat the Magic City SC White 2001G 6-0, on 2 goals by Madison Sorsabal and 1 each by Punky James, Erika Skidlov, Jordan Roth and Hannah Clarke. Addie Smart, CC Cydell, Hannah Clarke and Jordan Roth had one assist each. In Game 3 the Sting Timbers defeated Meridian United FC 3-0. Hannah Clarke scored two goals, Madison Sorsabal one. Erika Skidlov had two assists, Hannah Clarke one. In the championship game, the Sting Timbers defeated Idaho Rush Nero 2001G 3-1. Madison Sorsabal scored two goals, Jordan Roth one. Hannah Clarke, Megan Corette and Addie Smart each had one assist. In the front row from left are Madison Sorsabal, Hannah Clarke, Jordan Roth, Addie Smart, Courtney Cydell and Erika Skidlov; and back row from left, Breanna “Bre” Torres, Megan Corette, Catherine “Punky” James, Marlee Lambert, Eryn Ducote, Sophia Vietri, Mercedes Zepeda, coach Dan Hogan and Charlotte Henning. Not pictured is Kate Gatten.

  • Courtesy photo Sophomore Jenna Gardiner is a Post Falls High School Athlete of the Week. Gardiner won the 800 meters and was on the winning 4x800 and 4x400 relays at the District 1 Meet of Champions at Post Falls.

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    Courtesy photo The Post Falls Elite Orange seventh-grade girls basketball team was champions of the sixth- and seventh-grade Spokane Y competitive league. The Orange finished the season with a 13-0 record. In the front from left are Hanna Christensen, Ashley Grant, Jadin Krier, Americus Crane, Mykah Kirking, Grace Couture Ishihara, Lizzy Owens and coach Bill Owens; and back row, coach Craig Christensen.

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    Courtesy photo The North Idaho Inferno FC ‘03 boys Johnson soccer team placed second at the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament. The Inferno opened with a 2-1 win over the Idaho Rush, on scores by Gabe Novak and Logan Koller. The Inferno blanked the Flathead Rapids 4-0, on goals by Logan Koller, Alex Moate, Alex Peters and Matt McLeod. Josh Nilson earned the shutout in goal. The Inferno edged the Missoula Strikers 3-2. Caleb Calkins scored twice, Logan Koller once. The Inferno lost its last game to the Nelson Selects 3-1. Logan Koller scored for the Inferno, with an assist by Alex Moate. In the front row from left are Austin Vaughan, Gabe Novak, Kobe Miller, Josh Nilson, Logan Davis, Roman Smith and Alex Moate; and back row from left, Carey Calkins, Kyle Sater, Caleb Calkins, Alex Peters, Logan Koller, Ethan Johnson, Matt McLoed, Jack Holloway, Taten Novak and coach David Johnson.

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    Courtesy photo The Spokane Stars eighth-grade AAU girls basketball team, playing up to the ninth-grade division, took first place in the 31st annual AAU Best in the West basketball championships this past weekend in Yakima, Wash. In the front row from left are Mataya Green, Rowan Cusack (Post Falls), Riley Cusack (Post Falls), and MJ Bruno; and back row from left, coach Holly Haneke, Hannah Johnson (Hayden), Lauren Taylor, Chloe Williams, Sorrel Aldendorf, Ella Damon (Hayden Lake) and Brooke Jessen (Spirit Lake). Not pictured is coach Steve Ranniger.

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    Courtesy photo Team Real Life wrestlers traveled to Cody, Wyo., to participate in the Yellowstone Middle School Duals. This tournament is a dual format which means that teams participate against other teams to obtain a team score which is dependent on the performance of the individual wrestlers. Team Real Life combined with members of Moses Lake Wrestling Club to help round out its roster to compete against all-star teams from Colorado, Utah, Nebraska, 2 teams from Wyoming and 3 teams from Oregon. The wrestlers are pictured in downtown Cody after the tournament as they were buying some Mother’s Day gifts prior to the ride home. On the left, in front of the buffalo are Mathias De La Rosa and Braydon Huber, former Team Real Life and current Post Falls High School wrestlers who made the trip to referee. Wrestlers in front of the buffalo, from the left are: Isaac Jessen; Connor McCarroll; Nick McLeod (kneeling), Karson Voss of Moses Lake Wrestling and Kyler Anstrom. Behind the buffalo, from left are Alex Austin, Hunter White of Moses Lake Wrestling; Roddy Romero (standing on the buffalo), Lane Reardon and Max Zamora of Moses Lake Wrestling.

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    Courtesy photo The Sting Timbers FC 06 Boys Yellow soccer team won the U11 boys championship at last weekend’s Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament. On Friday, the Sting defeated Sting Timbers Boys 06 Green 4-2. Jacob Molina scored 3 goals. Ari Rumpler had a goal and an assist. Gavin Samayoa and Jensen Elliot each had an assist. On Saturday, Sting tied FC Alianza 1-1. Ronan Sternberg scored the goal. Later, Sting beat Sandpoint Strikers FC Kramer 8-0. Jensen Elliot had a hat trick. Kai Delio scored 2 goals. Jacob Molina had one goal and 2 assists. Ronan Sternberg had one goal and an assist. Landon Miller scored a goal. On Sunday, Sting defeated the Missoula Strikers 4-1. Kai Delio and Ronan Sternberg each scored 2 goals. Lachlan May had 2 assists. Jacob Molina had 1 assist. In the championship game Sting defeated Flathead Rapids Black 5-1. Jacob Molina scored 2 goals and had 2 assists. Kai Delio scored 2 goals. Ronan Sternberg scored one goal. Rafael Rubio and Landon Miller teamed in goal throughout the tournament. In the front row from left are Gavin Samayoa, Lachlan May, Harper Barlow, Ronan Sternberg, Ari Rumpler, Evan Misiuk and Greyson Storey; and back row from left, coach JJ Barlow, Jensen Elliot, Landon Miller, Rafael Rubio, Kai Delio, Jacob Molina and Eli Scarola.

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    Courtesy photo The Sting Timbers under-12 girls soccer team placed second at last weekend’s Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament. In the first game the Sting Timbers beat Sandpoint Strikers 2-0. Elise Frazier had both goals, and Mia Bond had the shutout in goal. In their second game the Sting Timbers beat the Valley Thunder Lightning 3-1. Alize Duvall had 2 goals, assisted by Elise Frazier and Grace Breisacher, and Grace Breisacher had one goal assisted by Duvall. In the third match against Flathead Rapids Black the Sting Timbers played a player down and still managed a 3-1 win. Chase OBrian assisted Alize Duvall for one goal, and Jada Armstrong and Macie Barrett each scored once. In the championship game, the Sting Timbers lost 3-0 to the Missoula Strikers. In the front row from left are Stella Snyder, Grace Breisacher, Mia Bond, Ember Morgan and Macie Barrett; and back row from left, coach Tomas Barrera, Cassidy Bennett, Chase OBrien, Jada Armstrong, Alize Duvall and Elise Frazier.

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    Courtesy photo A team of Post Falls boys won the Spokane eighth-grade boys 3-on-3 championship, going 14-0 in the regular season and winning at tournament at the HUB Sports Center in Liberty Lake on May 15. From left are Lauden Osbern, Carson Lux, Tyler Lyons and Brady Christensen.

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    Courtesy photo The Sting Timbers FC 02 girls soccer team won the 15U gold bracket at the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament last weekend. On Saturday, the Sting Timbers beat Storm FC G02 Showalter 2-0. Goals were scored by Riley Anderson and Geneva Bengtson assisted by Kameron Fisbeck. Alex Plucker had the shutout in goal. Also on Saturday, Sting tied Boise Nationals Timbers 02 Red 0-0. In the semifinal game on Sunday, Sting tied Laurel Storm Purple 2002 1-1. Geneva Bengtson scored for Sting and Madyson Smith assisted. The game went into penalty kicks with Sting winning 3-0. PK goals were scored by Geneva Bengtson, Abbie Lyman and Grace Anderson-Mosher. Alex Plucker had 5 saves during the game and blocked all 3 penalty kicks from the Storm to win the game. In the championship game on Sunday afternoon, Sting beat Idaho Rush Nero 2-0. Sting goals were scored by Elizabeth Scarlett assisted by Abbie Lyman, and Geneva Bengtson assisted by Madyson Smith. In the front row from left are Maysen Deming, McKenzie Mattis, Grace Anderson-Mosher, Zoe Cox, Madyson Smith, Tate Hochberger and Sydney Harbison; and back row from left, Kiley Cutler, Riley Anderson, Madison Fain, Alexi Wilson, Abbie Lyman, Elizabeth Scarlett, Alex Plucker, Kameron Fisbeck, Cailyn Garza, Geneva Bengtson and coach Mike Thompson.

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    Courtesy photo The North Idaho Inferno FC Briseno G00 girls soccer team won the Montana Rush Cup last weekend. From left are Bethany Gilmor, Cali Shipman, Sarah Smith, Alexis Black, Sammi Penick, Carly Schacher, Mackenzie Wells, Rickie Colosimo, Gracie Montoya, Katelyn Jesienouski, Georgie Simpson and Bella Rebay. Not pictured are Maiya Luna and coaches Maria, Junior and Ruben Briseno.

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    Courtesy photo The Sting Timbers FC 07B Green boys soccer team won the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament in their age group. The Sting Timbers went undefeated and beat the Sting Timbers Yellow team in the championship game with a 4-3 shootout victory. In the front row from left are Zac Kerns, Keaton Gust, Dylan Memmott, Liam Martin, Kyle Waddell, Brett Johnson, Dylan Wilson, Rylie Brandt, Olin Young, Sawyer Anderson and Brady Meehan; and back row from left, coaches Ryan Brandt and Landon Anderson.

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    Courtesy photo The Sting Timbers FC 05 Boys White soccer team went 2-2 and finished second at the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament last weekend, losing 2-0 in the championship game to the Flathead Force Green. Earlier, the Sting Timbers beat the Flathead Force White 5-1 and the Flathead Rapids Black 1, and lost to the Missoula Strikers White 3-2. In the front row from right are Karden Moore, Charlie Pinto, Isaac Fritts, Logan Haynes, Quinlan Schreiber and Jaron Voeller; second row from right, Chet Hanna, Stetson Gilbert, Cameron Childers, Sebastian Baker, Aaron Ivankovich, Gunner Larson and Noah Waddell; and rear, coach Kevin Jump.

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    Photo courtesy Suzy Entzi This past weekend, the Sting Timbers FC 08 girls soccer team played in the annual Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament. In the front row from left are Sadie Evans, Ashley Breisacher, Talya Whittemoore, Chloe Hewitt-Nord, Cameron Fischer, Macy Walters, Savannah Spencer, Sofia Peppin and Savannah Rojo; and back row from left, coach Brian Waddell, Kamryn Kirk, Nora Ryan, Izabella Entzi, Anna Ploof, Sloan Waddell, Isabella Grimmett and coach Dan Ploof.

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    Courtesy photo The Sting Timbers FC 01 girls soccer team won the under-16 girls division at the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament. The Sting Timbers FC 01G defeated NSC Montana 2001G 6-1. Madison Sorsabal had a hat trick, Hannah Clark scored two goals, Charlotte Henning one. Addie Smart, Hannah Clarke and Madison Sorsabal each had assists. The Sting Timbers beat the Magic City SC White 2001G 6-0, on 2 goals by Madison Sorsabal and 1 each by Punky James, Erika Skidlov, Jordan Roth and Hannah Clarke. Addie Smart, CC Cydell, Hannah Clarke and Jordan Roth had one assist each. In Game 3 the Sting Timbers defeated Meridian United FC 3-0. Hannah Clarke scored two goals, Madison Sorsabal one. Erika Skidlov had two assists, Hannah Clarke one. In the championship game, the Sting Timbers defeated Idaho Rush Nero 2001G 3-1. Madison Sorsabal scored two goals, Jordan Roth one. Hannah Clarke, Megan Corette and Addie Smart each had one assist. In the front row from left are Madison Sorsabal, Hannah Clarke, Jordan Roth, Addie Smart, Courtney Cydell and Erika Skidlov; and back row from left, Breanna “Bre” Torres, Megan Corette, Catherine “Punky” James, Marlee Lambert, Eryn Ducote, Sophia Vietri, Mercedes Zepeda, coach Dan Hogan and Charlotte Henning. Not pictured is Kate Gatten.

SELECT SOCCER

Sting Timbers ’07 girls: The Sting Timbers beat the Inferno 10-3. Rachel Corette had a hat trick with 2 assists from Natalie Thompson who, along with Annabelle Rogers, also had hat tricks. Libby Morrisroe and Kate Mauch each scored 1.

Sting Timbers FC 03 girls red: Playing in the annual Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament last weekend, the Sting Timbers beat the Idaho Rush 1-0 and the Indie Chicas 2-0, then lost 4-0 in the championship game FC Missoula. Sting Timbers goals for the tournament were scored by Amber Aittama and Kali McKellips, with a header goal by Chloe Biediger.

Sting Timbers FC girls 04 red: The Sting Timbers finished second at last weekend’s Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament.

The first draw on Saturday was against Nampa’s FC Alianza Pegasus squad, and resulted in a 4-0 win. Goals were scored by Lucy Evans, Amy Corette, Kalena Flowers and Ellie Morrisroe. Amy Corette, Shelbie Shriner and Molly Foster had assists. Danika Nowak had the shutout as keeper.

The afternoon game was played the Missoula Stirkers Red group, and resulted in a 1-1 draw. Ellie Morrisroe had the Sting Timbers goal, with Amy Corette assisting.

Sunday saw the Sting Timbers play to a scoreless draw in regulation play against the Sandpoint Strikers Eddy/Williams team in the first round of the playoffs. Danika Nowak was in goal for the shootout, won 3-2 by the Sting Timbers on goals by Cooper Horton, Amy Corette and Molly Foster to advance to the title game. The Sting Timbers lost 1-0 to the Missoula Strikers Red in the final.

Sting Timbers 05 girls: Last Saturday at the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament, the Sting Timbers held the Missoula Strikers to a 1-1 tie as well as a 1-1 tie with the Flathead Force Green.

Jocelyn Dennis had the goal in the first game. Teleya Jones scored the goal in the second, and Mekare East-Peters held the opponents to 1 goal each game.

Sunday the 05G Red played the Sandpoint Strikers and won 2-0. Mira Crawford scored the first goal and assisted Avery Waddington on the second goal. Mekare East-Peters had the shutout in goal.

Sting Timbers FC 05 Red Boys: The Sting Timbers, coached by Mike Thompson, won 3 games and tied 1 at the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament last weekend.

On Friday, the Sting Timbers beat the North Idaho Inferno - Calkins 4-0. Cooper Prohaska, Ashton Ukich and Chris Mongan scored, and Caden Thompson and Nate Wyatt had assists. Miles Taylor (2 saves) and Gavin Schoener (3) teamed for the shutout in goal.

On Saturday, the Sting Timbers beat the Sandpoint Strikers 4-0, as Landon Lee and Cooper Prohaska each scored twice. Nate Wyatt, Landon Lee and Chris Mongan each had assists, and Miles Taylor (5 saves) and Gavin Schoener (2) teamed for the shutout in goal.

The Sting Timbers tied the Flathead Force Green 1-1. Nate Wyatt scored for the Sting Timbers, assisted by Cooper Prohaska.

On Sunday, the Sting beat the Missoula Strikers Red 5-1. Cooper Prohaska scored 2 goals and Chris Mongan, Caden Thompson and Landon Lee each scored once. Landon Lee had 2 assists, Caden Thompson 1.

Sting Timbers FC 08 girls: On April 20 the Sting Timbers played Moscow United. Sting Timbers FC goals where scored by Kamryn Kirk, Anna Ploof, Sloan Waddell and Talya Whittemoore, with assists by Anna Ploof, Nora Ryan, Macy Walters and Sloan Waddell.

On May 6 the Sting Timbers played Moscow. Sting Timbers FC goals where scored by Kamryn Kirk, Isabella Grimmett (2), Anna Ploof and Savannah Spencer, with assists by Isabella Grimmett, Kamryn Kirk (3), Talya Whittemoore, Nora Ryan (2) and Anna Ploof (2).

RATHDRUM PARKS AND RECREATION

Soccer

U-12

Northwood Retreviers & Dirks Insurance

Connor Carvajal(1), Cazwell McKenzie(2), Christopher Charlebois(1)

Dirks Insurance& Idaho Forest Group

Elektra Sturgill(1), Cazwell McKenzie(3), Presley Scott(2), Ban Dirks(1), Regan Wright(2), Elijah Bujko(1)

Exbabylon & McDonalds

Ayden Meehan(2), Gavin Mooney(1), Hunter Higgins(2), Ben Ryan(1)

Dirks Insurance & Northwood Retrievers

Teddy Flodquist(2), Cazwell McKenzie(1), Cody Krupp(1), Connor Carvajal(1)

U-10

Northwood Vet & Accurate Plumbing

Ashlyn Jones(1)

CDA Auto Care & Les Schwab Tire

Izzy Torr(1), Codey Williams(1)

CDA Paving & Accurate Plumbing

Blake Brooks(1), Wyatt Holfeltz(1), Ryver Magner(1), Malia Miller(2)

Northwood Vet & Rathdrum Fitness

Hudson Stapleton(1), Lily Bole(1), Ayden Hester(2), Ziya Munyer(1), Dylan Malcom(2)

Super 1 Foods & CDA Auto Care

Jaren Knopp(2), Terry Davis(1)

Cowboy Construction & Les Schwab Tire

Payten Banks(1), Ethan Hunter(1), Benney Pope (2), Levi Pallas(5)

Mega-Mite

Clear Water Springs & Les Schwab Tires

Paige Rose(3), Natalee Rose (5), Logan Strobel(2), Porter Young (4) Solan Crandall(1)

Little Smiles Dentistry & Wildgrain Woodworking

Mathew Stranahan(1), Marisa Evans(4), Ricky Parker(1), Hunter Casey(1), Addison Forsman(1), Kenai Munyer(1)

Rathdrum Parks & Recreation & Young Construction

Anabel Bowie(1), Preston Ward(1), Shane Kilgore(1), Jayden Cigainero(3), Jacob Eldenburg(1)

Kaveman Konstruction & Custom Drywall & Insulation

Joey Diehl(1), Hunter Santos(1), Nathan Rogers(2)

Titan Springs & Cutler Logging

Kapree Kiefer(2), Lucas Vazquez(2)

Masonic Lodge & Eagle City Mining

Cameron Ryan (3), Mckenna Crouse(1), Brennen Lowe(2), Darian Haidari(2)

Mighty-Mite

Underground Expression & Custom Insulation

Neveah Jones (2)

Sewell Engineering & Rathdrum Dental

Grayson Lewis(3), Ashton Wagner (1), Kenny Winn (2)

Ferguson Flatwork & Daum Construction

Tessa Lovell(3), Ashlyn Karle(3), Grace Spears(1), Connor Banks(2), Micah Miller (1), Kenzie Jezek(1),

Nicked Tile & Empower Training

Lucas Marcella(1), Reagan Davis(1)

Adept & Wildgrain Woodworking

Tian Abercrombie(1), Norah Clark(1), Brea Pitcher(1), Chase Cook(2),

Rory Spurway(2)

Heavens Best Carpet Cleaning & Champion Concrete

Skylin Sahlie (1), Ella Milks(1), Taven Roetcisoender(3), Jager McWatters(1)

Lakeland Family Dental & American Legion

Tayler Hanson (2), Emma Heinz(1)

Extreme Drywall & Little Smiles Pediatric Dentistry

Noah Morse (2), Madden Young(5)

Mini-Mite

Heavens Best Carpet Cleaning & Rathdrum Park & Recreation

Liam Doyle(1), Mady Doyle(1), Caiden Ugolini(1), Kinsey Kiefer(2), Bronson Gabiou(1), Ethan Dorr (7), Lola Montour(3)

Gerber & Rudd Property Management

David Clark(1), Emelia Scott(2), Tayah Sclotthauer(4), Harley Bartle(1), Ethan Williams(1), Claire Kauffman(1), Paxton Wengler(8)

NNAC & Terra Underground

Westley Ngo(4), Galena Ngo(6), Corbin Zaugra(10)

The Stain Shop & Singing Hills Child Care

Isabel Diehl(2), Grace Johnson(4), Ezekiel Starr(1), Jackson Holfeltz(2), Clara Roberse(1), Alexander Mendenhall(6), Kamella Hanson(1), Kennedy Aslanzader(1)

Idaho Forest Group & Cup Of Grace

Tessa Roetcisoender(3), Wyatt Morse(1), Kenneth Campbell(9), Weston Katus(1),

Little Smiles Dentistry & Dairy Queen

Brody Brennan (4), Bennet Muller(3), Klaire Fritz(5)

Gerber & Quality Stoves

JayLynn Bischoff(6), Talon Higgins(1), Zoey Merrill(1), Emily Edwards (11), Ella Weaver(2)

Rathdrum Dental & American Legion Post 154

Macy Camburn(2), Tyson Orchard(1), Penney Oswell(6), Lucille West(2), Madelyn West (4)

Rathdrum Masonic Lodge & Edward Jones- Debbie Holmes

Kenly Wilkins (2), Wyatt Jenson(1), Ty Knopp(7), John “Charles” Gibson(2)

COEUR d’ALENE RECREATION

Soccer

2ND GIRLS DIVISION

JumpN2Fun – Presley Fagan, Hailoh Whipple, and Aislin Zasadny 1 goal.

Chiropractic Therapeutics – Sierra Sheppard and Lily Howard 1 goal.

Sunset Animal Hospital – Camille Paterson 1 goal.

Coup De Grace – Zoey Parsons and Eleanor Moss 1 goal.

3RD GIRLS DIVISION

Bedrock Masonry – Helen Oyler, Teagan Slusher, and Willow BOsley 1 goal.

Pediatric Dental Center – Teegan Palanio 2 goals, Tessa Petersen and Chloe Todd 1 goal.

Cd’A Tribe – Kim Pluff 1 goal.

Ironman Foundation – Dani Todd 3 goals and Kambrya Powers 2 goal.

4th/5th GIRLS DIVISION

Cannon Hill Industries – Bella Berzoza 2 goals, Mattea Branscome and Kelsey Green 1 goal.

Cd’A Tribe – Meyha Wienclaw 1 goal.

Jaeger Orthodontics – Jennifer Peterson 1 goal.

Legends Sports Photography – Kelly Andrus and Josie Thompson 1 goal.

Cd’A Press – Ava Whiteside 1 goal.

2nd BOYS DIVISION

Hagadone Directories – Andrew McGaughey and Briggs Hazard 1 goal.

Cd’A Paving – Preston Palanio and Payton Ellingston 1 goal.

Blacks Seamless Raingutters – Luke Radke and Peyton Guy 1 goal.

Crandall Law Firm – Reese Crandall 1 goal.

A Nu-Look Cleaning & Restoration – Sam Smith and Payson Shaw 1 goal.

Cd’A Paving – Preston Palanio 4 goals and Blake Clark 1 goal.

Blacks Seamless Raingutters – Luke Radke 2 goals and Peyton Guy 1 goal.

3rd BOYS DIVISION

Garden Plaza – Kenneth Bouwens 2 goals.

JumpN2Fun – Jackson Stolebarger 1 goal.

Cd’A Tribe – Daniel Mosier 1 goal.

Trancreative - Tyson Ruggiero 6, Ethan Toomey 2, EJ Ham and Logan Jeremenko 1 goal.

4th/5th BOYS DIVISION

Ironman Foundation – Tyler Clarke 3 goals and Cole Katkavich 1 goal.

Cd’A Shadow – Quincy Shadrick 4 goals, Ryan Harbour, Elijah Raybell, Jayson Cady 1 goal.

Crickets Restaurant – Paul Strobel 4, Tyson Karlinsey and Nick Duzet 1 goal.

6TH COED DIVISION

Cd’A Tribe – Kiefer Stark 1 goal.

7th/8th COED DIVISION

Cd’A Firefighters – Lance Lundblad 3 goals and Owen Fleming 1 goal.

Priebe Chiropractic – Caden Baird and Lily Gardner 1 goal.

Cd’A Firefighters Association – Ryan Zastrow 2 goals and Blake Culpepper 1 goal.

POST FALLS PARKS AND RECREATION

Soccer

May 13

Micro 5

7 Day Dental Smiles – Noah Godzien 2 goals, Karmen Rivera 2 goals

ACI Northwest, Inc. – Sophia Chavez 2 goals, James Munsey 1 goal, Kael Rodriguez 4 goals

Cannon Hill Industries – Charlie Latimer 2 goals. Gavin Moser 1 goal

Jump for Joy CDA – No Stats Recorded

Jump N2 Fun – No Stats Recoded

Nate’s New York Pizza – Payton Barclift 3 goals

Northwest Urgent Care – Peyton Barclift 3 goals

P1FCU – Emily Blakemore 1 goal, Dawsen Lewis 6 goals, Peter Ratcliffe 4 goals

UPS Store Post Falls – Blake Sharp 1 goal, Jaren Stottlemyre 7 goals

Watercolors Daycare – Hailey Dunn 1 goal, Seth Monje 7 goals, Cannon Treymayne 2 goals

Mini 6

7 Day Dental Smiles – Morgan Desimoni 1 goal

Blue Dog R.V. – Jorja Coppinger 1 goal, Rylan Metzger 3 goals, Breken Wilson 2 goals

CW Wraps & Marketing – Jeremiah Mebrahtu 3 goals, Blaide Cotton 1 goal, Carsyne Wilcox 3 goals

Jump N2 Fun – No Stats Recorded

Little Smiles Pediatric Dentistry – Parker Davis 1 goal, Nevaeh Mitchell 1 goal

Mercier Architecture & Planning – Jack Thomas 4 goals

P1FCU – Ukiah Balback 1 goal, Reise Reardon 1 goal, Savannah Stevens 1 goal

Post Falls Family Dental – Caileigh Rostie 1 goal

Specialty Forest Products – Everett Heidt 2 goals, Brayden Greensky 3 goals

Ultra Lawn – Kolson Asher 1 goal

U-8

Academy Mortgage – No Stats Recorded

American Mower & Saw – Jacob Melun 1 goal, Brooklyn Reese 1 goal, Blake Wise 1 goal

Bank CDA – Cruz Andrich 1 goal, Ryann Blair 1 goal, Wyatt DeCamp 1 goal, Ashton Miller 1 goal, Kamdyn Morris 1 goal, Jayden Smith 2 goals, Andre Weitzel 1 goal

BearGrass Hydroseeding – Veronica Ault 1 goal, Kambric Cotten 1 goal, Emmalyn Sorensen 1 goal

H&I Woodcraft – Elizabeth Storms 1 goal

VCT Eastside Operations – Noah Werner 2 goals

U-11

American Mower & Saw – Will Paradise 1 goal, Zackery White 1 goal

Awards Etc. – Tevin Burns 1 goal, Cobe Cameron 2 goals, Olivia Kapp 1 goal, Ethan Kuplack 1 goal

Brumbach Family Dentistry – Isaac Bushnell 1 goal, Owen Johnson 1 goal, Micah Jones 3 goals

CW Wraps & Marketing – Rylan Scholler 1 goal

Hagadone Directories – Damien Nord-Fencl 2 goals, Trenten Rider 1 goal, Keller Tracey 1 goal

Post Falls Dairy Queen – Carsen Hunter 1 goal

River City Animal Hospital – Jase McKinney 1 goal, Kaiden White 2 goals

Sugar Mama’s Face Painting – Keaton Cameron 2 goals

U-14

Financial Strategies – Daniel Kuplack 1 goal, Tate Vasquez 1 goal

Fox Trailers – Quinn Henry 1 goal, Keith Meeks 2 goals

JLee Electrical Design & Consulting – No Stats Recorded

Lakeview Financial – Adam Achziger 2 goals, Alexis Hart 1 goal, Joshua Morris 1 goal, DeVon Peterson 1 goal, Ryan Sorensen 2 goals

North Idaho College – Savannah Glass 1 goal, Kalvin Loraas 1 goal

Paul Bunyan – Tyler Calabretto 2 goals, Michael Fonte 1 goal

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