Youth sports Nov. 8, 2017

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  • Courtesy photo Hagadone Directories went 7-0 in the recent Post Falls Parks and Recreation flag football season. In the front row from left are Jeremiah Cade, Payden Gurney, Brysen Hunter, Tavion Cade and Cruiz Escamilla; and back row from left, assistant coach Ryan Wats, Nathan Sorensen, Hunter Watson, Corbin Tremayne, Kyson Ostlund, Jude Ellis and head coach AJ Cade.

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    Courtesy photo The Chargers seventh-grade Junior Tackle football team completed a perfect season with a 42-0 victory over second-place Timberlake for the league and city championship. Maddix Maciosek ran the opening kickoff 70 yards for a touchdown. Maddix was also the game’s leading rusher with 125 yards and another touchdown. Zach Johnson rushed for 35 yards and 2 touchdowns, and Sophia Richey also added a score. With tough passing conditions Varick Meredith scored on a 75-yard pass play from Kolton Mitchell. The Charger defense allowed just 2 first downs in the game. The Chargers are now undefeated over 3 years with a record of 21-0. In the front row from left are Jaxon Tyson, Zach Johnson, Alex Green, Gage Henson, Sophia Richey, Kyle Bridge, Kolton Mitchell, Brodie Beebe and Rylan Judd; second row from left, Kole Sjostrom, Varick Meredith, Maddix Maciosek, Ashton Phay, Brodie Waddell, Cooper Rasmussen and Colton Simkins; and back row from left, Brandon Eaton, coach Eric Johnson, Judah Lauri, coach Ben Widmyer, coach Kaleb Mitchell, coach Tom Barlow, coach Alex Hamill and coach Josh Beebe. Not pictured are Zak Shawver and coach Monte Meredith.

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    Courtesy photo Team Real Life wrestlers were busy the weekend of Oct. 21. Several TRL wrestlers traveled to Las Vegas to participate in the Nuway Freakshow tournament, joining over 3,500 other top-flight wrestlers from several states. This was a two-day tournament held Oct. 21-22. Brelane Huber placed first in the Elite High School Girls Division, earning not only the first-place medal but a championship singlet as well. Also placing at the Freakshow were Braydon Huber, fourth in the 18u Elite Division; Matthew Hamilton, fifth and Rider Seguine fifth. Other Team Real Life wrestlers traveled to Bonners Ferry for the kick-off tournament of the 2017 North Idaho Wrestling League series, on Oct. 21. Pictured from left are Breckin Jolly, 3rd; Michael Stewart, 1st; Brandon Gallegos, 2nd; Justin Donnell, 3rd; Jacob Kunzi, 1st; Deisel Thompson, 3rd; Tysen Pulczinski, 2nd; Brandon Felix, 2nd; Tristen Mendenhall, 3rd; Benjamin Carrasco, 3rd; Lachlann Nilson, 1st; Gavin Winter, 1st; Hunter Chambers, 3rd and Noah Shore, 2nd.

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    Courtesy photo The Mighty Ducks won the championship game of the Real Life Sports flag football league. In the front from left are Ethan Jones and Elise Jones; second row from left, Brody Miller, Hunter Heberer, Jaxon Bolyard, Kaleb Herman, Parker Stearns, and Kaden Putman; third row from left, Jacob Kaiser, Archer Seeds, Sawyer Bateman and Dallen Ganske; and back row from left, assistant coach Brandon Freeman, head coach Brett Beaugrand and assistant coach Brad Miller.

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    Cheryl Nichols Photography The Nosworthy’s Hall of Fame Coeur d’Alene Viking football offensive player of the week is senior quarterback Colson Yankoff. Yankoff threw for 285 yards and 4 TDs and gained 88 yards rushing on Friday. Coeur d’Alene beat Madison 66-22 in the quarterfinal round of the state 5A playoffs.

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    Cheryl Nichols Photography The Nosworthy’s Hall of Fame co-defensive player of the game is senior defensive back/wide receiver Sam Matheson. Matheson played lockdown defense in Coeur d’Alene’s win over Madison, allowing zero receptions and made six tackles. Sam also had a TD on offense.

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    Cheryl Nichols Photography The Nosworthy’s Hall of Fame co-defensive player of the game is junior defensive end/wide receiver Nate Burch. Burch recorded 6 tackles and 2 sacks for Coeur d’Alene in its win over Madison.

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    Courtesy photo Avery Hickok, left, of the Sting Timbers under-10 girls soccer team moves the ball upfield in a recent game vs. Lewiston.

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    Courtesy photo The Sting Timbers FC ’05 boys red soccer team ended the fall season with a 4-1 win on Saturday, against FC Spokane - Cooper at Canfield Middle School. Sting goals were scored by Cooper Prohaska, Landon Lee, Nate Wyatt and Caden Thompson, and Miles Taylor had five saves in goal. The Sting ended PSPL Premier fall league play with a 6-3-1 record. Pictured from left are Cooper Prohaska, Blaine Leonard, head coach Mike Thompson, Logan Haynes, Chet Hanna, Gunner Larson, Christopher Mongan, Caden Thompson, Luke Orozco, Jayce Simmet, Jacob Ukich, Nate Wyatt, Ashton Ukich, Isaac Fritts, Landon Lee, Miles Taylor and assistant coach Chloe Teets.

  • Courtesy photo Hagadone Directories went 7-0 in the recent Post Falls Parks and Recreation flag football season. In the front row from left are Jeremiah Cade, Payden Gurney, Brysen Hunter, Tavion Cade and Cruiz Escamilla; and back row from left, assistant coach Ryan Wats, Nathan Sorensen, Hunter Watson, Corbin Tremayne, Kyson Ostlund, Jude Ellis and head coach AJ Cade.

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    Courtesy photo The Chargers seventh-grade Junior Tackle football team completed a perfect season with a 42-0 victory over second-place Timberlake for the league and city championship. Maddix Maciosek ran the opening kickoff 70 yards for a touchdown. Maddix was also the game’s leading rusher with 125 yards and another touchdown. Zach Johnson rushed for 35 yards and 2 touchdowns, and Sophia Richey also added a score. With tough passing conditions Varick Meredith scored on a 75-yard pass play from Kolton Mitchell. The Charger defense allowed just 2 first downs in the game. The Chargers are now undefeated over 3 years with a record of 21-0. In the front row from left are Jaxon Tyson, Zach Johnson, Alex Green, Gage Henson, Sophia Richey, Kyle Bridge, Kolton Mitchell, Brodie Beebe and Rylan Judd; second row from left, Kole Sjostrom, Varick Meredith, Maddix Maciosek, Ashton Phay, Brodie Waddell, Cooper Rasmussen and Colton Simkins; and back row from left, Brandon Eaton, coach Eric Johnson, Judah Lauri, coach Ben Widmyer, coach Kaleb Mitchell, coach Tom Barlow, coach Alex Hamill and coach Josh Beebe. Not pictured are Zak Shawver and coach Monte Meredith.

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    Courtesy photo Team Real Life wrestlers were busy the weekend of Oct. 21. Several TRL wrestlers traveled to Las Vegas to participate in the Nuway Freakshow tournament, joining over 3,500 other top-flight wrestlers from several states. This was a two-day tournament held Oct. 21-22. Brelane Huber placed first in the Elite High School Girls Division, earning not only the first-place medal but a championship singlet as well. Also placing at the Freakshow were Braydon Huber, fourth in the 18u Elite Division; Matthew Hamilton, fifth and Rider Seguine fifth. Other Team Real Life wrestlers traveled to Bonners Ferry for the kick-off tournament of the 2017 North Idaho Wrestling League series, on Oct. 21. Pictured from left are Breckin Jolly, 3rd; Michael Stewart, 1st; Brandon Gallegos, 2nd; Justin Donnell, 3rd; Jacob Kunzi, 1st; Deisel Thompson, 3rd; Tysen Pulczinski, 2nd; Brandon Felix, 2nd; Tristen Mendenhall, 3rd; Benjamin Carrasco, 3rd; Lachlann Nilson, 1st; Gavin Winter, 1st; Hunter Chambers, 3rd and Noah Shore, 2nd.

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    Courtesy photo The Mighty Ducks won the championship game of the Real Life Sports flag football league. In the front from left are Ethan Jones and Elise Jones; second row from left, Brody Miller, Hunter Heberer, Jaxon Bolyard, Kaleb Herman, Parker Stearns, and Kaden Putman; third row from left, Jacob Kaiser, Archer Seeds, Sawyer Bateman and Dallen Ganske; and back row from left, assistant coach Brandon Freeman, head coach Brett Beaugrand and assistant coach Brad Miller.

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    Cheryl Nichols Photography The Nosworthy’s Hall of Fame Coeur d’Alene Viking football offensive player of the week is senior quarterback Colson Yankoff. Yankoff threw for 285 yards and 4 TDs and gained 88 yards rushing on Friday. Coeur d’Alene beat Madison 66-22 in the quarterfinal round of the state 5A playoffs.

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    Cheryl Nichols Photography The Nosworthy’s Hall of Fame co-defensive player of the game is senior defensive back/wide receiver Sam Matheson. Matheson played lockdown defense in Coeur d’Alene’s win over Madison, allowing zero receptions and made six tackles. Sam also had a TD on offense.

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    Cheryl Nichols Photography The Nosworthy’s Hall of Fame co-defensive player of the game is junior defensive end/wide receiver Nate Burch. Burch recorded 6 tackles and 2 sacks for Coeur d’Alene in its win over Madison.

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    Courtesy photo Avery Hickok, left, of the Sting Timbers under-10 girls soccer team moves the ball upfield in a recent game vs. Lewiston.

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    Courtesy photo The Sting Timbers FC ’05 boys red soccer team ended the fall season with a 4-1 win on Saturday, against FC Spokane - Cooper at Canfield Middle School. Sting goals were scored by Cooper Prohaska, Landon Lee, Nate Wyatt and Caden Thompson, and Miles Taylor had five saves in goal. The Sting ended PSPL Premier fall league play with a 6-3-1 record. Pictured from left are Cooper Prohaska, Blaine Leonard, head coach Mike Thompson, Logan Haynes, Chet Hanna, Gunner Larson, Christopher Mongan, Caden Thompson, Luke Orozco, Jayce Simmet, Jacob Ukich, Nate Wyatt, Ashton Ukich, Isaac Fritts, Landon Lee, Miles Taylor and assistant coach Chloe Teets.

BOWLING

River City Lanes

JUNIORS

BOYS

HIGH SCRATCH GAMES — Kameron Morgan 236, Tate Moylan 233.

HIGH SCRATCH SERIES — Tate Moylan 609, Kameron Morgan 607.

GIRLS

HIGH SCRATCH GAMES — Hailey Howard 165, 151.

HIGH SCRATCH SERIES — Hailey Howard 441, Ellie Powell 367.

BANTAMS

Age 7-8

BOYS

HIGH SCRATCH GAMES — Jacob Hartley 83, Jacob Moore 77.

HIGH SCRATCH SERIES — Jacob Hartley 141, Seth Donaldson 138.

GIRLS

HIGH SCRATCH GAMES — Kayla Tuttle 77, 68.

HIGH SCRATCH SERIES — Kayla Tuttle 145.

Age 6 and under

BOYS

HIGH SCRATCH GAMES — Logan Hartley 37, Kenton Still 21.

HIGH SCRATCH SERIES — Logan Hartley 57, Kenton Still 37.

GIRLS

HIGH SCRATCH GAMES — Brooklyn Rose 87, Layla Pettry 83.

HIGH SCRATCH SERIES — Layla Pettry 165, Jaidynn Huber 118.

PREPS

BOYS

HIGH SCRATCH GAMES — Donny Shaw 184, 165.

HIGH SCRATCH SERIES — Donny Shaw 497, Blake Williams 365.

GIRLS

HIGH SCRATCH GAMES — Katelynn Moylan 142, Lillyana Pettry 110.

HIGH SCRATCH SERIES — Katelynn Moylan 355, Lillyana Pettry 301.

Sunset Bowling Center

Juniors

High Scratch Game Boy - Cody Davenport - 256

High Scratch Series Boy - Wyatt Grunwald - 607

High Handicap Game Boy - Matthew Gjevre - 297

High Handicap Series Boy - Tyler Schoen - 755

High Scratch Game Girl - Ashley Kaufman - 257

High Scratch Series Girl - Violet Hammond & Charlotte Leach - 306

High Handicap Game Girl - Jody Hammond - 238

High Handicap Series Girl - Sophia Graff - 680

200 Games: Cody Davenport - 256; Matthew Gjevre - 219 & 207; Travis Tainter - 201; Ashley Kaufman - 257; Aaron Hast - 203; Tyson Bushell - 201; Wyatt Grunwald - 210 & 217

600 Series: Wyatt Grunwald - 607

Bantams

High Scratch Game Boy - Corbin Williams - 27

High Scratch Game Girl - Ruby Goodknight - 74

High Scratch 2-Game Series Girl - Kaelyn Campbell - 128

High Handicap Game Girl - Brylee Campbell - 160

High Handicap 2-Game Series Girl - Drew Hammond - 285

RATHDRUM PARKS AND RECREATION

Fall basketball

2nd Grade

The Super One Food’s Gray Geese & the Super One Food’s Cardinal Barnacles

Brody Weitz (4), Brady Brownsberger (2), Reese Vanek (2), Luke Knight (2), Jayden Kime (2), Jaden Alexander (2)

The Super One Food’s Neon Knights & Mi Pueblo

Anakin Coleman (4), Marissa Benson (4), Anabel Bowie (2), Billy Vallieres (10), Ethan Stringer (2), Nathan Rogers (2)

The Super One Food’s Royal Raccoons & the Super One Food’s Green Gorillas

Cameron Ryan (4), BrieLynn Jones (8), Jonah Wenstrom (6)

The Super One Food’s Purple Pandas & the Super One Food’s Navy Newts

Ava Keppner (10), Gaige Brooks (12), Preston Ward (6), Oliviah Sanborn (2)

3rd & 4th Grade Boys

UR’ Fitness & Hayden Triathlon

Timothy Campbell (4), Cash Lund (6)

Rathdrum Parks & Recreation & Paul Bunyan Restaurants

Kyler Tunnell (2), Jesse Tincup (6), Ivan Armijo-Vickers (2)

3rd & 4th Grade Girls

Varsity Productions & CDA Auto Care

Julianna Rude (2), Rylee Zepeda (4), Evelyn Wilding (12), Gracie Keppner (4), Paige Kennedy (6), Jayda Webb (2)

Lakeland Physical Therapy & Hayden Triathlon

Aly Jessop (6), Jacqueline Gallus (2), Emery Summers (6), Miley Sund (2)

HAYDEN RECREATION

Basketball

PRE K-K

American Fence Company: Mason Brodin 6 pts, Keaton Knoll 8 Pts

Coeur d’Alene Cellers: No stats reported

Coeur d’Alene Family Dentitstry: Brightyn Gatten 2 pts

Dr. Dance Dentistry for Kids: Emmett Longtain 2 pts, Zachary Mittelstadt 4 pts

Elite Sports + Orthopedic Physical Therapy: JJ Aprke 2 pts, Lincoln Babb 6 pts, Lilly Murphy 2 pts

Fred’s Plumbing: No stats reported

Hayden Vision Source: Kolby Johnson 2 pts

Inland Northwest Bank: Cody Sutich 4 pts, Swayzie Thompson 6 pts

Lancaster Market: Mac Peters 8 pts, Jonah Plummer 2 pts, Liam Rettmann 4 pts

Lifetouch Photography: Jack Sayler 16 pts

Little Caesars Pizza of Hayden: Mason Fantozzi 8 pts,

Little Smiles Pediatric Dentistry: Levi Drake 4 pts

McDonald’s: No Stats Reported

Saturday Night, Inc.: Wyatt Cremer 8 pts

Super 1 Foods: Mary Cole 2 pts

Willamette Valley Bank: No Stats Reported

1st-2nd Grade Girls

Adapt Allstars: Riley Legg 2 pts, Mackenzie Moceri 4 pts

Dr. Dance Dentistry for Kids: Claire Arpke 6 pts, Lillie Dance 2 pts, Paige Dance 2 pts, Natalie Killian 4 pts, Annie Travis 8 pts

Hayden Triathlon: Ava Robertson 2 pts, Taylor Shelley 5 pts, Cassidy Tebbe 7 pts, Makena Tebbe 5 pts

Lakeside Pediatrics: Chloe Brookshire 8 pts, Lily Havercroft 2 pts

Little Caesars of Hayden: Payton Brown 16 pts, Cora Gustin 2 pts, Jaeli Hoffman 4 pts, Brynlee Johnston 18 pts

Saturday Night, Inc.: Millie Cushman 2 pts, Texanna Schlechte 2 pts, Paytland Schnell 6 pts

1st-2nd Grade Boys

American Fence Company: Noah Erickson 4 pts, James Guy 2 pts, Max Skolrud 2 pts, Brody Smith 2 pts, Maddix Witten 16 pts

Axis Spine Center: Cruz Conces 4 pts, Graydon Groth 4 pts, Tyler Tolzmann 2 pts

CDA Family Dentistry: Daxon Priebe 6 pts, Samuel Priebe 10 pts, Casey Songco 6 pts

Fred’s Plumbing: Taytem Frazier 14 pts, Kaleb Jerauld 4 pts, Landon Leveque 20 pts, Logan Parkinson 10 pts, Ashton Rehms 2 pts, Collin Simon 10 pts

Hayden Triathlon: Brayson Moore 2 pts, Mason Peters 16 pts, Wyatt Rettmann 4 pts, Lyndon Stenzel 2 pts

Hayden Vision Source: Parson Buttars 8 pts, Cayden Hollibaugh 2 pts, Jaxon Lachapelle 10 pts

Lakeside Oral Surgery: Colby Adams 2 pts, Cooper Adams 12 pts, Liam Brock 6 pts, Jaxon Haynie 2 pts

Lakeside Pediatrics: Dillion Matheson 4 pts, Gavin Tosi 14 pts, Nathaniel Williams 2 pts

Lancaster Market: Matteo Anderson 2 pts, George Chiappe 4 pts, Grady Hicks 9 pts,

Lifetouch Photography: Trevor Edwards 2 pts, Jacoby Longtain 10 pts

Little Caesars Pizza of Hayden: Griffin Carpenter 6 pts, Holden Carpenter 4 pts, Josh Sampson 2 pts, Roman Wullenwaber 4 pts

Little Smiles Pediatric Dentistry: Boston Anderson 6 pts, Finn Scarborough 4 pts, Bryson Wallace 2 pts,

Perfection Tire: Sean Bradley 6 pts, Caleb Brumbach 2 pts, Jaxon Schillinger 6 pts, Brayden Smith 10 pts, Jacob Wood 10 pts

Super 1 Foods: Marty Babb 2 pts, Silas Miller 4 pts

SELECT SOCCER

Sting Timbers ’04 boys red: The Sting played a doubleheader on Saturday, defeating Wenatchee FC 1-0 and United SC LaRaza 3-1. Bryce Allred scored three goals, Byron Anderson one. Jameson Elliot and Byron Anderson teamed in goal in the wins.

Sting Timbers U10 girls: The defeated Lewiston 2-1, with goals from Evelyn Bowie and Rachel Corette. Goalkeeper Emma Singleton had 9 saves in the victory.

Sting Timbers FC Red ’05 Girls girls: The Sting finished the season with a 5-0 win against Spokane Shadow Ganner last weekend. Goals were scored by Jocelyn Dennis, Mira Crawford (assist by Abella Voigt), Mackenzie Goings, and Avery Waddington (2 goals). Mekare East-Peters preserved the shutout with a save on a penalty kick. STFC girls finished the fall season with a record of 8-2-1.

Sting Timbers FC boys ’03 Red: Last Saturday, the Sting Timbers finished their fall season with a 12-0 win over FC Spokane B03 Valdez. Chris Swider led STFC with 4 goals and 1 assist. Cooper Proctor added 4 goals. Walker Jump had 3 goals and 2 assists. Quinn Clovis had 1 goal. Miles Jones had 2 assists. Nate Durocher and Boston Robinson each had 1 assist. Tyler Allred and Boston Robinson combined in goal for the shutout.

Sting Timbers FC boys ’06 Red: The Sting Timbers beat Endeavor FC 16-2 on Saturday. Haidyn Jonas led STFC with 5 goals and 2 assists. Max Entzi had 3 goals and 3 assists. Kason Pintler and Max Cervi-Skinner each had 3 goals and 1 assist. Connor Jump had 1 goal and 5 assists. Jacob Molina had 1 goal. Braden Latscha was in goal for STFC.

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