Youth Sports March 7, 2018

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  • Courtesy photo Teal Real Life wrestlers participated in the Big Cat wrestling tournament in Mead, Wash., on Feb. 24. In the front row from left are Gavin Rodriguez, 2nd; Rider Seguine, 1st; Jacob Kunzi, 2nd; Paxton Purcell, 1st and Matty Hamilton, who double bracketed, 1st in both; and back row from left, Will Rossi, 1st; Tyson Barnhart, 1st; Cole Austin, 3rd; Trey Smith, 1st; Damion Hamilton, 1st and Caleb Alverson, 5th. Not pictured, but placing: Jonathan Hansen, 1st; Justin Donnell, 2nd and Devon Suko, 1st.

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    Courtesy photo The Post Falls High wrestling team, fresh off its record setting Idaho state wrestling championship performance presents the state championship trophy and banner at the Team Real Life practice this past Tuesday night. All of the high school wrestlers developed their skills at the club level in Team Real Life or Post Falls Wrestling Club. The high school wrestlers are encouraged by their coaches to “give back” by assisting coaching at the club level and serving as role models for the club kids. For more information on Team Real Life contact Lonnie at thelovett4@gmail.com or Bridgett at bseguine@gmail.com. Spring wrestling is going on now. The high school wrestlers and coaches as well as some of the club coaches pictured below are, standing, left to right, front row: coach Henry Kazmierczak; coach Mike Booth; coach Eddie Bateman; Brelane Huber, state qualifier; Nicholas McLeod, state qualifier; Braxton Mason, 2nd place at state; Roddy Romero, state champion; Isaac Jessen, state champion; Lane Reardon, 6th place at state; other side of banner: Ridge Lovett, state champion; A. J. De La Rosa, state champion; Tyler Morris, state champion; Colton Kazmierczak, 3rd place at state; Matthew McLeod, 5th place at state; coach Brandon Mason; coach Dave Thompson; head coach Pete Reardon; coach Josh Stearns; and head club coach Abel De La Rosa; and standing, back row from left, coach Brandon Austin; Wyatt Shelly, 2nd place at state; Jordan Grimm, state champion; Mathias De La Rosa, 4th place at state; Braydon Huber, state champion; Terrin Sharbrough, state qualifier; other side of banner: Quin Bennett, 4th place at state; and assistant coach Jeremy Zender. In front are the Team Real Life and Post Falls Wrestling Club kids that are hoping to carry on the tradition.

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    Courtesy photo The Thunder basketball team out of Post Falls and Coeur d’Alene recently won the Coeur d’Alene Competitive League at the seventh-grade level with a record of 7-1. In the front row from left are Andrew Kammarcal, Gabriel Cooley, Noah McGlathery and Lucas Smith; and back row from left, Duster Butler (head coach), Aidan Kammarcal, Jayden Butler, Justin Hill, Jayson Austin, Logan Betschart and Jennifer Butler (assistant coach).

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    Courtesy photo The Inferno FC 2008 boys soccer team beat the ‘08 Breakers 2-1. In the front is Reid Thompson; front row from left, Collin Brunn, Braden Smith, Paxton Grant and Jackson Reiswig; second row from left, Henry Earnest, Brady Navarrete and Marty Babb; and rear, coach Ashley Rider. Not pictured (but played) is Ethan Luna.

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    Courtesy photo Buzzsaw Wrestling Club results from the Big Cat Tournament Feb. 24 in Mead, Wash. From left are Brock Armstrong, 2nd place; Cole Armstrong, 2nd place; Gabe Wullenwaber, 1st place; and Seth Fredrickson, 2nd place.

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    Courtesy photo Buzzsaw Wrestling Club results from the Big Cat Tournament Feb. 24 at Mead, Wash. From left are Drake Paragamian, 1st place; Colby Adams, 3rd place; and Dallas Hays, 2nd place.

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    Courtesy photo Buzzsaw Wrestling Club results from the Big Cat Tournament Feb. 24 at Mead, Wash.: Austin Smith, 3rd place.

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    Courtesy photo On Sunday the Renovators under-18 volleyball club team completed at the Stars and Spikes tournament at Freeman High with 16 other teams from the Evergreen Region in a tourney sponsored by the Spokane Sky Volleyball Club. The Renovators went undefeated in pool play to be placed in the Gold Bracket, where they reached the championship game and placed 2nd. Next Sunday at the HUB Sports Center in Liberty Lake, the Renovators play for a U18 regional bid to nationals to be held in Anaheim, Calif., in April. From left are coach Kari Chavez, Klaire Mitchell, Allison Munday, Taylor Tarble, Kaitlyn White, Reilley Chapman, Rachael Schlect, Arlaina Stephenson, Kelly Horning, Tessa Sarff and coach Mackenzie Hamilton.

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    Courtesy photo The Avant Coeur Gymnastics Level 3s took 3rd place at the Mismo Magical Meet in Missoula. In the front row from left are River Kermelis, Delaney Adlard, Kayce George, Callista Petticolas, Sage Kermelis and Karsen Carter; and back row from left, Mckenna Wilson, Brynlynn Kelly, Alyvia Morris, Riley Roberts, Kennedy Phillips, Avery O’Halloran and Jeralyn Thong.

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    Courtesy photo The Avant Coeur Gymnastics Level 2s took 2nd place at the Mismo Magical Meet in Missoula. In the front row from left are Georgia Carr, Karstin Harmon, Rozlyn Thong, Alivia Garcia, Evelyn Haycraft, Aranie Barragan, Karly Harmon, Analise Garcia and Audrey Slauson; and back row from left, Olivia Hynes, Sophia Elwell, Dahlia Kramer, Lily Kramer, Sophie Phillips, CC Miller, Summer Nelson, Julianna Bonacci and Vivi Crain.

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    Courtesy photo The Avant Coeur Gymnastics Level 4s competed at the Mismo Magical Meet in Missoula. From left are Daphne Perkins, Hadley Boyer, Malia Uemoto, Neve Christiansen, Hayden Hawke, Aliyah Williams, Eden Lamburth, Sophie Hughes, Sophie McMahon, Monika Gonzales and Lavi Crain.

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    Courtesy photo The Avant Coeur Gymnastics Xcel Silvers took 3rd place at the Mismo Magical Meet in Missoula. From left are Avary McAllister, Mya Trejos, Amberly Johnson, Cameron Cox, Sammy Pereira, Aiva Reed and Dakota Hoch.

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    Courtesy photo The Avant Coeur Gymnastics Xcel Golds took 2nd place as a team at the Mismo Magical Meet in Missoula. From left are Sarah Hudson, Kenzie Thompson, WuYi Walters, Alyssa Caywood, Jasmine Quagliana and Maya Duce.

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    Courtesy photo The T3 16 Smack volleyball team are the champions of the Evergreen Region Power League after winning the tournament Sunday at Ferris High in Spokane. From left are coach Kelsey Stanley, Taylin Rowley, Lili Hare, Kate DuCoeur, Kiki Cates, Kylie Marneris, Alexis Keylon, Megan MacKinney, Kayla Freed and Sarah Wilkey holding Aida Stanley.

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    Courtesy photo The North Idaho Elite fifth-grade boys basketball team won the 2017-18 Spokane AAU fifth-grade league championship. In the front row from left are Cason Miller, Stockton Montague and Wyatt Riske; and back row from left, Dylan Sutich, Caden Symons, Evan Shanley and Reed Sylte. Not pictured are Richie Hackett, coach Dave Miller and Eric Shanley.

  • Courtesy photo Teal Real Life wrestlers participated in the Big Cat wrestling tournament in Mead, Wash., on Feb. 24. In the front row from left are Gavin Rodriguez, 2nd; Rider Seguine, 1st; Jacob Kunzi, 2nd; Paxton Purcell, 1st and Matty Hamilton, who double bracketed, 1st in both; and back row from left, Will Rossi, 1st; Tyson Barnhart, 1st; Cole Austin, 3rd; Trey Smith, 1st; Damion Hamilton, 1st and Caleb Alverson, 5th. Not pictured, but placing: Jonathan Hansen, 1st; Justin Donnell, 2nd and Devon Suko, 1st.

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    Courtesy photo The Post Falls High wrestling team, fresh off its record setting Idaho state wrestling championship performance presents the state championship trophy and banner at the Team Real Life practice this past Tuesday night. All of the high school wrestlers developed their skills at the club level in Team Real Life or Post Falls Wrestling Club. The high school wrestlers are encouraged by their coaches to “give back” by assisting coaching at the club level and serving as role models for the club kids. For more information on Team Real Life contact Lonnie at thelovett4@gmail.com or Bridgett at bseguine@gmail.com. Spring wrestling is going on now. The high school wrestlers and coaches as well as some of the club coaches pictured below are, standing, left to right, front row: coach Henry Kazmierczak; coach Mike Booth; coach Eddie Bateman; Brelane Huber, state qualifier; Nicholas McLeod, state qualifier; Braxton Mason, 2nd place at state; Roddy Romero, state champion; Isaac Jessen, state champion; Lane Reardon, 6th place at state; other side of banner: Ridge Lovett, state champion; A. J. De La Rosa, state champion; Tyler Morris, state champion; Colton Kazmierczak, 3rd place at state; Matthew McLeod, 5th place at state; coach Brandon Mason; coach Dave Thompson; head coach Pete Reardon; coach Josh Stearns; and head club coach Abel De La Rosa; and standing, back row from left, coach Brandon Austin; Wyatt Shelly, 2nd place at state; Jordan Grimm, state champion; Mathias De La Rosa, 4th place at state; Braydon Huber, state champion; Terrin Sharbrough, state qualifier; other side of banner: Quin Bennett, 4th place at state; and assistant coach Jeremy Zender. In front are the Team Real Life and Post Falls Wrestling Club kids that are hoping to carry on the tradition.

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    Courtesy photo The Thunder basketball team out of Post Falls and Coeur d’Alene recently won the Coeur d’Alene Competitive League at the seventh-grade level with a record of 7-1. In the front row from left are Andrew Kammarcal, Gabriel Cooley, Noah McGlathery and Lucas Smith; and back row from left, Duster Butler (head coach), Aidan Kammarcal, Jayden Butler, Justin Hill, Jayson Austin, Logan Betschart and Jennifer Butler (assistant coach).

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    Courtesy photo The Inferno FC 2008 boys soccer team beat the ‘08 Breakers 2-1. In the front is Reid Thompson; front row from left, Collin Brunn, Braden Smith, Paxton Grant and Jackson Reiswig; second row from left, Henry Earnest, Brady Navarrete and Marty Babb; and rear, coach Ashley Rider. Not pictured (but played) is Ethan Luna.

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    Courtesy photo Buzzsaw Wrestling Club results from the Big Cat Tournament Feb. 24 in Mead, Wash. From left are Brock Armstrong, 2nd place; Cole Armstrong, 2nd place; Gabe Wullenwaber, 1st place; and Seth Fredrickson, 2nd place.

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    Courtesy photo Buzzsaw Wrestling Club results from the Big Cat Tournament Feb. 24 at Mead, Wash. From left are Drake Paragamian, 1st place; Colby Adams, 3rd place; and Dallas Hays, 2nd place.

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    Courtesy photo Buzzsaw Wrestling Club results from the Big Cat Tournament Feb. 24 at Mead, Wash.: Austin Smith, 3rd place.

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    Courtesy photo On Sunday the Renovators under-18 volleyball club team completed at the Stars and Spikes tournament at Freeman High with 16 other teams from the Evergreen Region in a tourney sponsored by the Spokane Sky Volleyball Club. The Renovators went undefeated in pool play to be placed in the Gold Bracket, where they reached the championship game and placed 2nd. Next Sunday at the HUB Sports Center in Liberty Lake, the Renovators play for a U18 regional bid to nationals to be held in Anaheim, Calif., in April. From left are coach Kari Chavez, Klaire Mitchell, Allison Munday, Taylor Tarble, Kaitlyn White, Reilley Chapman, Rachael Schlect, Arlaina Stephenson, Kelly Horning, Tessa Sarff and coach Mackenzie Hamilton.

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    Courtesy photo The Avant Coeur Gymnastics Level 3s took 3rd place at the Mismo Magical Meet in Missoula. In the front row from left are River Kermelis, Delaney Adlard, Kayce George, Callista Petticolas, Sage Kermelis and Karsen Carter; and back row from left, Mckenna Wilson, Brynlynn Kelly, Alyvia Morris, Riley Roberts, Kennedy Phillips, Avery O’Halloran and Jeralyn Thong.

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    Courtesy photo The Avant Coeur Gymnastics Level 2s took 2nd place at the Mismo Magical Meet in Missoula. In the front row from left are Georgia Carr, Karstin Harmon, Rozlyn Thong, Alivia Garcia, Evelyn Haycraft, Aranie Barragan, Karly Harmon, Analise Garcia and Audrey Slauson; and back row from left, Olivia Hynes, Sophia Elwell, Dahlia Kramer, Lily Kramer, Sophie Phillips, CC Miller, Summer Nelson, Julianna Bonacci and Vivi Crain.

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    Courtesy photo The Avant Coeur Gymnastics Level 4s competed at the Mismo Magical Meet in Missoula. From left are Daphne Perkins, Hadley Boyer, Malia Uemoto, Neve Christiansen, Hayden Hawke, Aliyah Williams, Eden Lamburth, Sophie Hughes, Sophie McMahon, Monika Gonzales and Lavi Crain.

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    Courtesy photo The Avant Coeur Gymnastics Xcel Silvers took 3rd place at the Mismo Magical Meet in Missoula. From left are Avary McAllister, Mya Trejos, Amberly Johnson, Cameron Cox, Sammy Pereira, Aiva Reed and Dakota Hoch.

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    Courtesy photo The Avant Coeur Gymnastics Xcel Golds took 2nd place as a team at the Mismo Magical Meet in Missoula. From left are Sarah Hudson, Kenzie Thompson, WuYi Walters, Alyssa Caywood, Jasmine Quagliana and Maya Duce.

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    Courtesy photo The T3 16 Smack volleyball team are the champions of the Evergreen Region Power League after winning the tournament Sunday at Ferris High in Spokane. From left are coach Kelsey Stanley, Taylin Rowley, Lili Hare, Kate DuCoeur, Kiki Cates, Kylie Marneris, Alexis Keylon, Megan MacKinney, Kayla Freed and Sarah Wilkey holding Aida Stanley.

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    Courtesy photo The North Idaho Elite fifth-grade boys basketball team won the 2017-18 Spokane AAU fifth-grade league championship. In the front row from left are Cason Miller, Stockton Montague and Wyatt Riske; and back row from left, Dylan Sutich, Caden Symons, Evan Shanley and Reed Sylte. Not pictured are Richie Hackett, coach Dave Miller and Eric Shanley.

BOWLING

Sunset Bowling Center

Juniors

High Scratch Game Boy - Cody Davenport - 268

High Scratch Series Boy - Jackson Davenport - 669

High Handicap Game Boy - Tyson Bushell - 289

High Handicap Series Boy - TJ Scott - 767

High Scratch Game Girl - Ashley Kaufman - 206

High Scratch Series Girl - Violet Hammond - 384

High Handicap Game Girl - Sophia Graff - 252

High Handicap Series Girl - Charlotte Leach - 679

200 Games: Cody Davenport - 224, 256, & 268; Luke English - 221 & 201; Jackson Davenport - 210 & 264; Aaron Hast - 213; Tyson Bushell - 225; Wyatt Grunwald - 245 & 247; Ashley Kaufman - 206

600 + Series: Cody Davenport - 748; Jackson Davenport - 669; Wyatt Grunwald - 661

Bantams

High Scratch Game Boy - Brandon Gallegos - 81

High Scratch 2-Game Series Boy - Reece Sorenson -119

High Handicap Game - Jermiah Michaels - 161

High Scratch Game Girl - Ruby Goodknight - 79

High Scratch 2-Game Series Girl - Kaelyn Campbell - 139

High Handicap Game Girl - Brylee Campbell - 186

High Handicap 2-Game Series Girl - Kaylinn Fisher - 325

River City Lanes

March 3

JUNIORS

BOYS

HIGH SCRATCH GAMES — Brycen Clift 215, 214.

HIGH SCRATCH SERIES — Brycen Clift 594, Thomas Cord 556.

GIRLS

HIGH SCRATCH GAMES — Tannis Iversen 145, 141.

HIGH SCRATCH SERIES — Tannis Iversen 402, Hailey Howard 375.

PREPS

BOYS

HIGH SCRATCH GAMES — Donny Shaw 162, 161.

HIGH SCRATCH SERIES — Donny Shaw 475, Daniel Clark 304.

GIRLS

HIGH SCRATCH GAMES — Dakota Medina 125, Jordyn Cord 124.

HIGH SCRATCH SERIES — Dakota Medina 335, Keegen Stokey 311.

BANTAMS

Age 7-8

BOYS

HIGH SCRATCH GAMES — Jacob Moore 89, 77.

HIGH SCRATCH SERIES — Jacob Moore 166, Tristan Cord 128.

GIRLS

HIGH SCRATCH GAMES — Torii Still 76, 47.

HIGH SCRATCH SERIES — Torii Still 123.

Age 6

BOYS

HIGH SCRATCH GAMES — Kenton Still 55, 50.

HIGH SCRATCH SERIES — Kenton Still 105.

GIRLS

HIGH SCRATCH GAMES — Layla Pettry 84, 79.

HIGH SCRATCH SERIES — Layla Pettry 163.

SELECT SOCCER

Sting Timbers FC ’04 boys Red: The Sting lost to the Spokane Pumas 04B 2-1 on Feb. 25. Jameson Elliot scored the lone goal for the Sting, assisted by Tyler Gasper.

On Saturday, the Sting Timbers FC 04B tied Kent City FC 04B 1-1 in Tukwila, Wash. Alex Reyes scored for the Sting, assisted by Evan Lowder.

AAU BASKETBALL

The North Idaho Storm AAU Basketball Club will be hosting a Spring Basketball Clinic/Skills Camp on Sunday. There is no charge for this clinic and is open to current fifth-grade boys.

The clinic will be held at Trinity Lutheran Church in Coeur d’Alene from 2 to 4 p.m. The church is located at 812 N. 5th Street (corner 5th and Reid). The gym entrance is off the rear parking lot.

Doors will open at 1:45 p.m.; youths are asked to bring a basketball.

Incormation: stormbasketball.webs.com, Google: North Idaho Storm Basketball; coach Al Arnone, (208) 929-0352

COEUR d’ALENE RECREATION

Basketball

Kindergarten Boys

CDA Press: Andrew Nissley 10 and Jaxon Cahoon 6.

River City Physical Therapy: Bressen Ellis 8, Colton Rehard and Trey Galvin 4, Will Wood and Malikai Erikson 2.

1st Grade Boys

Wingstop: Kovack Dolan 12 – Wesley Trost 6, Sterling Moore, Brayden Williams, Caleb Davenport, Conner Hiltenbrand 2.

Garden Plaza: Ryker Hinkle and Casely Williams 6, Character Brinkmeyer 2.

Wingstop: Wesley Trost 6, Caleb Davenport 4, Elijah Boerner 2.

Laserbugs: Ryder Quinn 16, Cameron Ryan 10, Devon Flores, Nathan Carle, Brody Smith 2.

Garden Plaza: Casely Williams and Character Brinkmeyer 8, Jack Kreis 4, Mason Traxler, Bo Baine, and Ryker Hinkle 2

T.O. Engineers: JJ Larson 6, Sawyer Deck 4, Sam Weymouth, Wild Solmonson, Soren Vesel 2.

2nd Grade Boys

Cannon Hill: Maddix Witten 10, Luke Vetsch 6.

CDA Paving: Josh Sampson 2.

Perfection Tire: Gavin Tosi 8, Liam Alderman and Tommy Pickens 4, Jaxon Schillinger and Michael Strasser 2.

Hagadone Directories: Taytem Frazier 10, Dominic Collison 6, Cole Clyne and Landon Leveque 4, Sammy Curtis 2.

Integrated Personnel: Jackson Harvey 10, Benny Jacquez 6, Ethan Gallagher and Trenton Cross 4, Xander Zahir, Dylan Roger 2.

Pediatric Dental Center: Parker Martin 4, Gage Marmon, Ian Sadler, Elam Pack, Cason Espinoza, Luke Thyr 2.

CDA Paving: Gage Gatten and Cooper Adams 4, Nash Larsen, Noah Erikson, Josh Sampson 2.

Bullet Tools: Brendan Toomey 12, Kado Miller 8, Cash Eller, Ian Toews, Tristan Nickles-Schabell, Keegan Bailey, Asher Erikson 2

K/1st Grade Girls

CDA Cellars: Amiah Vanhill 6, Annika Travis 4, Raya Moore, Alice Custodio, Taylor Armstrong 2.

Kiwanis Dribblers: Payton Brennan 12, Eva Berzoza 10, Pepper Paisley 2.

McDonalds: Ava Robertson 4.

Idaho Forest Group: Brynlee Johnston 20, Jaeli Hoffman and Payton Brown 8, Avery Halland 4, Kelby Lively and Emery Carlos 2.

2nd Grade Girls

Idaho Forest Group: Chaysee Umhoefer 16, Kalin McCarthy 8, Kyla Enyeart 4, Cora Gustin 2.

ACI: Saydie Green 12, Kelsey Potts and Jordan Clifford 8, Presley Parisot 6, Hannah Barajas, Alexa Martinez, Aubrey Voorhees 2.

Ironman: Bree Reardon 14, Lillian Blake 6, Samantha Sewchok 4, Payten Matchett 2.

Pediatric Dental Center: Kami Brockway 6, Taylor Shelley 4, Lauren Aitken and Abby Moreland 2.

POST FALLS PARKS AND RECREATION

Basketball

March 3

1st/2nd Boys

Knudtsen Chevrolet-Maroon: Colten Miles 6 points, Nassin Smothers, 16 points, Kason Stanaway 4 points, Kellen Weil 2 points

Knudtsen Chevrolet-Yellow: Tyson Beckett 2 points, Mason Deschamps 2 points, Brody Miller 6 points, Bodie Newby 6 points, Noah Storlie 8 points

Knudtsen Chevrolet-Lime: Treyson Blodgett 2 points, Branson Morse 4 points, Colin Robinson 2 points, Corbin Tremayne 14 points, Blake Wise 24 points

Knudtsen Chevrolet-Aquatic Blue: Jackson Holley 8 points, Mason Jones 10 points, Micah Miller 4 points, Braden Nowlin 6 points

Knudtsen Chevrolet-Orange: Logan Gerhauser 2 points, Tristan Lange 18 points, Jeremiah Mebrahtu 6 points, Ryder Morgan 2 points

Knudtsen Chevrolet-Royal Blue: Kaytau Bryant 14 points, Gabriel Carlino 2 points, Braydon Greensky 12 points

Knudtsen Chevrolet-Grey: Corbin Owens 12 points, Elijah Ramirez 4 points, Brayden Schuler 8 points

Knudtsen Chevrolet-Kelly Green: Porter Berend 4 points, Tavion Cade 12 points, Jevvyn Lee 26 points, Carter McNearney 2 points, Jackson Sifford 2 points

Knudtsen Chevrolet-White: Ryker Allen 6 points, Trent Boardman 16 points, Everett Heidt 4 points, Carson Klein 2 points, Deonte Swaney 6 points

Lakeview Financial-Grey: Nathan Fitzpatrick 2 points, Wyatt Langhans 12 points, Tate Merry 6 points, Cash Roberts 2 points, Reed Schilling 2 points

Lakeview Financial-Safety Green: Griffin Carpenter 14 points, Brooks Noland 16 points, Derrick Taylor 6 points

Mendenhall Timber: Kohen Hedge 4 points, Mason Leisure 2 points, Tristan Mendenhall 12 points, Collin Rzepa 12 points

American Fence: Madixx Barker 14 points, Preston Lari 2 points

Quality Stove: Blake Barnhart 2 points, Nate Bevacqua 18 points, Trevin Davis 12 points, Owen Mercier 4 points, Beckett Noland 6 points, Christopher Reed 2 points

1st/2nd Girls

Knudtsen Chevrolet-Candy Pink: Audrey Gibbs 4 points, Faith Harmon 2 points, Katalina Johnson 14 points, Katie Nave 4 points

Knudtsen Chevrolet-Sangria: Emma Beaty 8 points, Ada Lynch 2 points, Embree Mckeown 6 points

Knudtsen Chevrolet-Purple: Jaeli Hoffman 4 points, Kapree Kiefer 16 points, Cassidy Tebbe 2 points, Makena Tebbe 10 points

American Fence: Inga Carlson 6 points, Jorja Coppinger 12 points, Zayda Crane 8 points, Grace Ingle 8 points

Quality Stove: Rylan Morrison 10 points, Lexie Picchione 4 points, Brie Pulsipher 8 points, Taylor Wilcox 6 points

Mendenhall Timber: Cadence Davis 8 points, Samantha Hudson 18 points, Everlee Powell 6 points, Kylie Schnetter 16 points, Allison Wood 8 points

3rd/4th Boys

Knudtsen Chevrolet: Aiden Crawley 8 points, Josiah Lange 12 points, Cody Matthews 4 points, Hudson Rossi 8 points, Collin Wright 6 points

Pape Material Handling: Eli Carlson 6 points, Asher Duame 6 points, Beau McGee 6 points, Elliot Ries 8 points, Braeden Trom 8 points

Cannon Hill Industries: Raymond Brown 7 points, Brandon Felix 12 points, Hudson Kinney 10 points, Tannar Stern 8 points, Gavin Wienker 6 points

Washington Trust Bank: Wyatt Blackorby 8 points, Ethan Fish 12 points, Tyce Frazier 2 points, Cole Holley 2 points, Marcus Kuplack 10 points, Hayden Switzer 2 points

Hagadone Directories: Cruz Andrich 17 points, Cyris Gardner 3 points, Phoenix Highfill 4 points, Jacob Holan 2 points, Carson Zook 2 points

Wood Doctor: Josiah Curry 2 points, Evan Ehramntraut 8 points, Tucker Etherton 6 points

Northwest Specialty Hospital: Cyrus Coppinger 24 points, Kaleb Perry 12 points, Kyler Tunnell 2 points

Kootenai Animal Hospital: Tanner Boviall 14 points, Ethan Brunell 6 points, Vinnie Coffey 7 points, Exra Kunkel-Cypher 2 points, Alexander Messick 4 points

Nate’s New York Pizza: Karl Berend 12 points, Mattheww Eismann 8 points, Brady Navarrete 4 points, Caise Wright 2 points

Little Smiles Pediatric Dentistry: Keith Barnia 2 points, Carter Rey 2 points

3rd/4th Girls

CDA Pediatrics: Gabriella Ceriello 4 points, Jack-Lynn Parker 5 points, Piper Schlotthauer 2 points

Seright’s Ace Hardware: Aryana Fielder 2 points, Taylor Floyd 4 points, Alexis Gorton 2 points, Olivia Langhans 4 points

Century Publishing Company: Gracie Lau 2 points, Savannah Traxtle 2 points, Melanie Zimmerman 4 points

Blue Dog RV: Finley Carpenter 4 points, Chloe Hite 2 points, Kylie Johnson 11 points, Karsytn Kiefer 12 points, Emery Summers 6 points

Paul Bunyan: Victoria Ellwood 109 points, Alexis Mullaley 2 points, Isabelle Owen 2 points

Brumbach Family Dentistry: Zoey Manley 6 points, Emery Stutheit 12 points

Dickinson Insurance: Jaya Felix 8 points, Olivia Hollenbeck 12 points, Kenna Kammarcal 2 points, Jena Ventwout 2 points

Post Falls Dairy Queen: Crissy Dolence 5 points, Joslin Gamble 4 points, Ainsley Parker 2 points, Miley Sund 8 points

5th/6th Boys

7 Day Dental Smiles: Quentin Astrauskas 3 points, Kyle Chamberlain 4 points, Cole Coppinger 7 points, Jordan Hudson 4 points, Troy Nash 4 points, Carson Sorensen 1 points, James Stoudt-Dale 2 points, Dominic Wilhelm 8 points

ATRN: Christian Coladonato 2 points, Xander Mauer 2 points, Ayden Pulsipher 6 points, Caden Schneider 2 points, Jacob St Marie 2 points, Koehn Tunnell 8 points

Kootenai Electric Cooperative: Brock Carpenter 2 points, Jackson Portner 10 points, Gavin Reynolds 3 points, Shaun Tidball 10 points

Advanced Benefits: Kellen Campbell 12 points, Braxton Cerise 9 points, Mark Rubio 2 points, Parker Taus 6 points

American Mower & Saw: Marcus Dickinson 2 points, Charles Cuzman 4 points, Nick Hoagland 4 points, Rylan Scholler 7 points, Drew Zeller 9 points

Knudtsen Chevrolet: Tevin Burns 7 points, Connor Carver 26 points, Noah Weitzel 3 points

Key Dental Lab: Aiden Ehrmantraut 2 points, Aiden Shamion 7 points, Troy Stemmene 6 points, Jace Wagner 8 points

River City Animal Hospital: Bransen Gurney 6 points, Evan Hensyel 6 points, Alex O’Neel 4 points, Evan Randall 6 points, Lucas Schulze 6 points, Gavin Voigt 2 points, Lovie Weil 12 points

5th/6th Girls

Power House Electric: Amara Austin 6 points, Maizee Krizenesky 2 points, Hazel Kunkel-Cypher 2 points, Isabella Lindsey 2 points, Abigail Treantenou 4 points, Paige Wilcox 6 points

Fox Trailers: Madison Anderson 8 points, Faith Childs 4 points, Ruby Larson 4 points, Lyndsey Meerdink 2 points, Hattie Owens 2 points, KC Porter 6 points

Peach Orthodontics: Cameron Floyd 2 points, Jenna Sarff 19 points, Elizabeth West 2 points

Handy Andy Home Service: Kyndal Blair 2 points, Cadalyn Getchius 5 points, Brenna Stewart 2 points

7th-9th Boys

North Idaho College: Maddox Callihan 9 points, William Frear 14 points, Tyler Nickerson 2 points, Colton Schindler 17 points, Logan Schulze 4 points, Peter Taus 2 points

Bennett Realty Group: Cody Chamberlain 4 points, Cole Ditto 1 point, Jacob Ditto 14 points, Caleb Duce 2 points, Ethan Evans 3 points, Damon Grant 11 points, Brycen Kempton 2 points, Tony Nelson 11 points, Sean St George 1 point

Horizon Credit Union: Lukas Frandsen 4 points, Isaiah Meredith 22 points, Noah Meredith 4 points, Nathan Weeks 14 points

River City Physical Therapy: Bradlee Drapeau 13 points, Keaton Landon 10 points, Mason Miller 7 points, Camren Wells 2 points

Dr. Scott Johnson: Quinlan Campenella 4 ponits, Griffin Gosch 12 points, Jackson Gosch 2 points, Jesse Kemp 17 points, Ryan McDonald 13 points, Thomas Neighbors 8 points, Xander Salzer 2 points, Jacob Whitehead 10 points

Rathdrum Recreation Team: Gavin Mooney 13 points, Robert Cain 16 points, Gabe Moates 2 points

HAYDEN RECREATION

Basketball

3-4 Grade Girls

Fred’s Plumbing: Allison Arel 2 pts, Kimiko Blickenderfer 2 pts, Chloe Crowley 2 pts, Arianna Vanway 2 pts

Fuse Electric: Rylee Arrotta 2 pts, Devree Harris 4 pts, Reagan Meine 2 pts, Krysten Moore 4 pts, Sophia Vignale 7 pts,

Hayden Vision Source: Allison Carrico 10 pts, Lyla Jensen 2 pts, Macy Murphey 2 pts, Macy Walters 2 pts,

Northtown Beverage: Greta Nace 6 pts, Julia Peterson 8 pts, Madelyn Pratt 2 pts

Synergy Cleaning: Chloe Burkholder 4 pts, Tabitha Lopez 2 pts, Helen Oyler 8 pts, Kira Taft 8 pts, Claire Thorpe 10 pts

Unwind W/ Therapeutic Massage: Kendal Kucherry 2 pts, Dakota Stewart 2 pts, Ava Wickens 2 pts

3-4 Grade Boys

Garden Plaza of Post Falls: Walker Hawn 8 pts, Brady Meehan 4 pts, Noah Radke 2 pts

Idaho Central Credit Union: Justin Busby 2 pts, Lochlan Cleary 2 pts, Hunter Davis 2 pts, Garrett Snyder 2 pts

Lakeside Pediatrics: Paxton Grant 6 pts, Cameron Shoaff 3 pts, Dylan Shoaff 2 pts, Aidan Smith 2 pts, Reily Smith 2 pts.

Lamb Trucking: Rylan Mcdill 2 pts, Vance Palmer 7 pts, Milo Wright 5 pts,

Lifetouch Photography: Paxton Bateman 6 pts, Asher Drake 2 pts, Camden Johnson 4 pts, Cannon Kaufman 2 pts, Carter Librande 7 pts, Tucker Locke 2 pts, Joey Proudfoot 5 pts

Little Smiles Pediatric Dentistry: Tucker Ackerman 3 pts, Damien Brown 4 pts, Alex Carle 6 pts, Brayden Dresser 2 pts, Kyler Harrison 1 pt

Rybeck Construction Inc.: Gavin Beckenhauer 2 pts, Sean Cehr 2 pts, Brennan Gilbertson 2 pts, Jack Jenkins 6 pts, Logan Leveque 8 pts,

Scott Carr Real Estate: Kellen Carr 6 pts, Micah Cooper 2 pts, Sawyer Henley 5 pts, Luke Mcwhorter 6 pts, Matthew Samms 2 pts, Ezra Secrest 2 pts, Troy Seymour 4 pts

5-6 Grade Girls

Andy’s Heating and Cooling: Elizabeth Hardy 1 pt, Siena Miller 2 pts, Ella Moore 2 pts, Ashland Schnell 8 pts, Lillian Sherar 1 pt, Anna Stockham 2 pts

Dr. Dance Dentistry for Kids: Keira Botts 14 pts, Emma Dionne 4 pts, Aailyah Lopez 2 pts, Hannah Rasmussen 6 pts, Laythia Warner 2 pts

Little Caesars Pizza of Hayden: Chloe Burke 8 pts, Kyla Holte 14 pts, Kiah Reed 4 pts,

Precision Landscape:Lisa Barber 14 pts, Sienna Grant 6 pts, Sarah Russell 2 pts, Shandiin Shebala 2 pts, Chloe Van Volkinburg 6 pts

5-6 Grade Boys

Assure Drug Detection:Braydn Arrieta 22 pts, Hudson Drake 2 pts, C.J. Harshfield 2 pts

Lakehouse Grill: Cooper Craig 12 pts, Vaughn Higgins 10 pts, Carson Huston 2 pts, Cooper Lenz 11 pts, Braden Mcdougall 11 pts, Cole Meidinger 12 pts, Henley Peightal 2 pts, Jacob Yetter 10 pts

Lancaster Market: Kaemon Barnett 7 pts, Keegan Bojorques 2 pts, Gavin Duvall 2 pts, Cater Jockheck 2 pts, Tristan Wamsley 2 pts, Jack Westray 2 pts, Christopher Zabel 7 pts

Saturday Night, Inc.: Grant Potter 2 pts, Andrew Throp 4 pts, Colter Wiltsie 8 pts

State Farm Jeremy Lacaria:Zane Blattstein 4 pts, Zeb Blattstein 4 pts, Griffin Earley 2 pts, Joshua Hoit 5 pts, Maddox Le 2 pts, Maxwell Riley 6 pts

Steel Structures America: Keaton Cameron 5 pts, Nolan Ludwig 4 pts, Sawyer Sternberg 2 pts, Evan Williams 6 pts, Paxton Zimmerman 4 pts

Super 1 Foods: Jarrett Dennis 3 pts, Jett Kauer 11 pts, Caleb Wright 2 pts

Synergy Contracting: Kolbe Coey 3 pts, Derek Goodell JR. 19 pts, Blake Haynes 2 pts

7-8 Grade Boys

Lifetouch Photography: Tanner Allen 6 pts, Corbin Bryntesen 10 pts, Wyatt Howard 11 pts, Isaiah Hudlet 7 pts, Brody Singer 8 pts, Andrew Stockham 5 pts

McDonald’s: Ryan Burnside 4 pts, David Croyle 5 pts, Ethan Johson 5 pts, Taylor Michielli 14 pts, Nathan Rings 2 pts, Wyatt Sandford 6 pts, Ethan Taylor 8 pts

Saturday Night, Inc.: Cruz Alliano 10 pts, Thomas Peterson 7 pts, Gage Pleas 4 pts, Kimball Waddell 2 pts, Tristan Williams 2 pts, Anson Wright 8 pts

Trinity Church: Jose Bryan 3 pts, Turner Cox 9 pts, Owen Hughes 2 pts, Jake Serr 7 pts

STANDINGS

3-4 Grade Boys Competitive

Beastmode Ballers: 3-2

Brad Miles Insurance: 1-4

Bulldogs: 2-4

Hayden Cougars: 4-2

Holy Family Catholic School: 0-5

Husky Elite: 4-2

North Idaho Ballers: 3-2

North Idaho Christian School: 2-4

North Idaho Elite-Jettie: 4-1

North Idaho Elite-Johnston: 6-0

Silver Valley: 2-4

3-4 Grade Girls Competitive

Ace Drywall: 0-4

CDA Huskies: 3-1

North Idaho Elite: Butler 5-0

North Idaho Elite: Sisk 1-3

Post Falls Elite: 1-3

5-6 Grade Girls Competitive

CDA Elite: 5-0

North Idaho Avalanche: 0-5

North Idaho Christian School: 3-2

North Idaho Elite Brouse: 5-0

North Idaho Elite Miller: 2-3

The Wildcats: 0-5

5-6 Grade Boys Competitive

Holy Family Catholic School: 2-2

Lakeside Oral Surgery:1-3

North Idaho Christian School: 0-4

North Idaho Elite: 3-2

Red Dogs: 3-1

Wood & Delgado: 2-2

Vipers: 5-0

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