Youth Sports May 16, 2018

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  • Courtesy photo Coeur d’Alene’s 13-and-under Legion baseball team won the silver bracket of the Cinco de Mayo baseball tourney in Spokane, defeating the Wolf Pack 12-6 in the championship game. In the front row from left are Brayden Ross, Eric Bumbaugh, Kyle Bridge, Andrew Karns, Joe DuCouer, Jesse Brown and Jackson Pettit; and back row from left, Rick Brown (coach), Zach Johnson, Varick Meredith, Ethan Taylor, Elliot Smart, Kevin Bridge (coach) and Robert Ross (coach).

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    Courtesy photo North Idaho Inferno Hartzell Girls 07’s goalkeeper, Danielle Todd, helped the Inferno defeat both the IEYSA Breakers FC and Three Rivers Soccer Club. Todd also scored a goal during the 8-1 win over Three Rivers.

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    Courtesy photo Nicole Stewart, defender for both the North Idaho Inferno Hartzell Girls 07 and the North Idaho Inferno Hartzell Girls 06 teams, provided great defense and helped to secure three wins during league play.

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    Courtesy photo Junior tennis player Courtney Finney is this week’s Post Falls High School Athlete of the Week. As the Trojans wrapped up regular season play, Finney posted a three-set win against Coeur d’Alene and was a straight-set winner against Lewiston.

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    Courtesy photo Ellie McGowan of the North Idaho Inferno 07 girls soccer team en route to score her second goal against IEYSA Scotties G07. The Inferno won 5-0.

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    Courtesy photo Brooklyn Brunn of the North Idaho Inferno Hartzell 06 girls soccer team drives past the defender to score against IEYSA Breakers G06. The Inferno won 4-1.

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    Courtesy photo The North Idaho Inferno under-15 boys Johnson soccer team went undefeated in the annual Bill Eisenwinters Hot Shot Tournament. The Inferno beat Valley Elite 5-0 and the Sandpoint Strikers 2-1 on Saturday, and beat Flathead Valley United 3-1 on Sunday. In the front row from left are Gabe Novak, Alex Moate, Logan Davis, Josh Nilson, Roman Smith and Ethan Johnson; and back row from left, coach Dave Johnson, Andrew Baumann, Jack Holloway, Austin Vaughan, Loko Koller, Caleb Calkins, Tate Novak, Alex Peters, Matt McLeod and coach Carey Calkins.

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    Courtesy photo The Sting Timbers FC 03 girls soccer team finished second in its division at the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament last weekend. The Sting beat the Flathead Valley United – White (15-0), Flathead Valley United – Green (3-0) and Indie Chicas Lime (2-0) before losing to FC Missoula Blue (3-0). Sting goals for the tournament were scored by Kamryn Becker 2, Myah Rietze 3, Breanna Widener 2, Amber Aittama 2, Holly Huson 1, Dillenn Duncan 4, Chloe Biediger 3, Samantha Veare 1, Justine Trevino 1 and Lily Fletcher 1. Goalkeeper Hailey Parks had 16 saves for the weekend. In the front row from left are Dillen Duncan, Taytum Curtis, Darby Lindholdt-Anderson, Holly Hudson, Chloe Biediger, Bailey Mongan, Lily Fletcher, Samantha Veare and Justine Trevino; and back row from left, coach Kandace Leliefeld, Lilly Nickel, Amber Aittame, Lillith Tweedy, Breanna Widener, Hailey Parks, Kamryn Becker, Sophia Allan, Kali McKellips, Isabella Henkle and Myah Rietze.

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    Courtesy photo The T3 15 SMACK volleyball team took second place at the Big Sky Volleyfest in Billings, Mont., May 5-6. From left are Maggie Bloom, Courtney Garwood, Tanai Jenkins, Jaya Miller, Brenna Hawkins, Hannah Rowan, Paige Dreschel, Sarah Wilkey and Lauren Fuller. Not pictued is coach Brian Hosfeld.

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    Courtesy photo The Sting Timbers won the under-8 coed division at the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament. From left are coach Connor Quinn, Kellen Anderson, Wryder Stone, Nash Russell, Xanden Flowers, Alex Siegler, Gavin Memmott, Bradyn Singleton and coach Jon Baune. Not pictured is Nate McClintick.

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    Courtesy photo The Sting Timbers FC 02 Girls soccer team won the U16 championship at the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament in Coeur d’Alene this past weekend. In their first game on Friday evening, Sting beat Missoula Strikers White 2002G-SE 5-0. Sting goals were scored by Abbie Lyman (assisted by Cailyn Garza), Sydney Harbison (assisted by Cailyn Garza), Geneva Bengtson (assisted by Kayli Lynn), Madyson Smith (assisted by Abbie Lyman), and Morgan Rust (assisted by Abbie Lyman). In their second game on Saturday morning, Sting beat FC Nova ECNL Reserves 02 3-0. Sting goals were scored by Julie Stith (assisted by Madyson Smith), Julie Stith on a penalty kick, and Madyson Smith (assisted by Cailyn Garza). In their 3rd game on Saturday evening, Sting beat Valley Elite FC Gray 2002G-SE 4-0. Sting goals were scored by Madyson Smith (off a corner kick by Abbie Lyman), Abbie Lyman on a corner kick, McKenzie Mattis, and Maysen Deming. In their final game of the tournament on Sunday morning, Sting beat Queen City FC Red 2002-SE 7-0. Geneva Bengtson scored 3 goals, all 3 assisted by Madyson Smith. Madyson Smith scored 1 goal (assisted by Geneva Bengtson), Cailyn Garza scored 2 goals (assisted by Madyson Smith and Geneva Bengtson), and Julie Stith scored 1 goal (assisted by Kayli Lynn). Sting goalkeeper Autumn Lambert did not allow a single goal all weekend. In the front row from left are Camellia Merrill, Zoe Cox, Madyson Smith, Julie Stith, Madison Fain, Liz Scarlett, Tierra Lambert, Tate Hochberger and Morgan Rust; and back row from left, Kayli Lynn, Riley Anderson, Geneva Bengtson, Maysen Deming, Kaylee Moate, Autumn Lambert, Cailyn Garza, McKenzie Mattis, Abbie Lyman, Sydney Harbison, Tressa Mullen, Jade Reed and assistant coach Ian McKenna.

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    Courtesy photo Sting Timbers FC Green boys soccer team played in the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament this past weekend. FC Spokane Black Bly beat them 3-1. They were then defeated by Flathead Rapids 5-1. They ended the tournament on a high note and defeated Helena Arsenal SC Blue 4-1. Noah Waddell led the Sting with 3 goals and an assist. Elijah Raybell had 2 goals. Kai Delio had one goal. Gavin Samayoa had 2 assists. In the front row from left are Gavin Samayoa, Eli Scarola, Chief Allan, Austin Proctor and Alex Patterson; and back row from left, coach Camron Cutler, Gabe Jones, Elijah Raybell, Kai Delio, Logan Delbridge, CJ Harshfield, Noah Waddell and assistant coach Cooper Proctor.

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    Courtesy photo The Sting Timbers 07 Girls soccer team took second place in the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament this past weekend. They defeated Idaho Rush in the morning to earn their spot in the afternoon championship game, where they lost 2-1 to the Missoula Strikers. The Sting goal was scored by Natalie Thompson in a penalty kick. In the front row from left are Avery Hickok, Kate Mauch, Natalie Thompson, Paige Hunt, Olivia May and Annabelle Rogers; and back row from left, coach Mike Thompson, Sofia Peressini, Zayda Voigt, Rachel Corette, Emma Decker, Lydia Lehosit, Evelyn Bowie, Libby Morrisroe, Emma Singleton and assistant coach Izzy Lehosit.

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    Courtesy photo The Sting Timbers 05 Boys Red soccer team took first place in the under-13 division at the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament last weekend. The Sting beat the Valley Elite FC 13-0 at the Coeur d’Alene Soccer Complex. Goals were scored by Landon Lee (2), Cooper Prohaska (2), Caden Thompson, Gunner Larson (2), Blaine Leonard, Miles Taylor, Jace Simmet (2) and Chet Hanna (2). The shutout in goal was a combined effort by Miles Taylor, Landon Lee, Caden Thompson and Nate Wyatt. Saturday night, the Sting beat the Flathead Rapids 7-0 at the Coeur d’Alene Soccer Complex. Goals were scored by Isaac Fritts, Drew Hansen (3), Landon Lee and Cooper Prohaska, with assists by Isaac Fritts and Nate Wyatt. Miles Taylor posted the shutout in goal. In the semifinals, the Sting beat the Missoula Strikers Red 6-3 at the Canfield Sports Complex. Sting goals were scored by Caden Thompson, Landon Lee, Cooper Prohaska (2) and Isaac Fritts (2), with an assist by Nate Wyatt. In the championship game, the Sting beat the North Idaho Inferno 5-0 at the Coeur d’Alene Soccer Complex. Goals were scored by Cooper Prohaska, Isaac Fritts, Drew Hansen (2) and Gunner Larson, with assists by Miles Taylor and Isaac Fritts. Miles Taylor posted the shutout in goal. In the front row from left are Chet Hanna, Landon Lee, Miles Taylor, Drew Hansen, Nate Wyatt and Caden Thompson; and back row from left, assistant coach Chloe Teets, Gunner Larson, Cooper Prohaska, Christopher Mongan, Ashton Ukich, Jayce Simmet, Isaac Fritts, Luke Orozco, Logan Haynes, Blaine Leonard and Jacob Ukich. Not pictured is head coach Mike Thompson.

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    Courtesy photo The Sting Timbers FC Red boys 04 soccer team took first place in the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament last weekend with a 5-0 record. They bested Boise Nationals Timbers 05 2-1, Helena Arsenal FC 6-1, Queen City FC 6-0, Nelson Select 7-0 and Boise Nationals Timbers 04 1-0. Sting goals were scored by Bryce Allred-4, Kohrt Weber-3, Alex Reyes-3, Tyler Gasper-3, Jameson Elliot-2, Joseph Sarkis-1, Andon Brandt-1, Cole Daricek-1, Evan Lowder-1 and Devyn Ivankovich-1. Assists made by Alex Reyes-2, Noah Janzen-2, Tyler Gasper-1, Evan Lowder-1, Sean Dremann-1, and Nicholas Mason-1. Devyn Ivankovich, Noah Janzen, Jameson Elliot, Andon Brandt and Kohrt Weber teamed in goal for the wins. In the front row from left are Nicholas Mason, Sean Dremann, Andon Brandt, Bryce Allred, Tyler Gasper, Joseph Sarkis, Patrick Du and Cole Daricek; and back row from left, Noah Janzen, Jameson Elliot, Zak Wenglikowski, Kohrt Weber, Jack Shrontz, Malachi Hutchens-Cohen, Evan Lowder, Alex Reyes and coach Kasey Laffoon. Not pictured is Devyn Ivankovich.

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    Courtesy photo Sting Timbers FC Girls 08 soccer teams played in the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament last weekend. The STFC G08 Green took 3rd and STFC G08 Yellow took 4th. In the front row from left is the STFC Yellow team -- Ella Pearson, Libby Montgomery, Macy Walters, Allison Carrico, Isabella Grimmett, Hannah Shafer, Kamryn Kirk, Teagan Slusher and Ellie Moss; and back row from left, the STFC Green team -- Savannah Spencer, Nora Ryan, Sloan Waddell, Ashely Breisacher, Savannah Rojo, Anna Ploof, Izabella Entzi, Sadie, Cameron Fischer and coach Tony Grimmett.

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    Courtesy photo The Sting Timbers FC Boys 06 Red played in the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament this past weekend. On Saturday morning, the Sting Timbers beat Helena Arsenal SC ‘06 Blue 3-0. Max Entzi led Sting with 3 goals. Haidyn Jonas and Max Cervi-Skinner each had an assist. Braden Latscha was in goal for the shutout. On Saturday afternoon, the Sting Timbers beat FC Nova 06 (Boise) 5-0. Haidyn Jonas led Sting with 3 goals, Kason Pintler and Max Cervi-Skinner each had 1 goal. Connor Jump had an assist. Braden Latscha was in goal for the shutout. On Sunday morning, Sting Timbers Red played Sting Timbers B06 White in the semifinals. Red beat White 7-0. Haidyn Jonas and Max Entzi each had 2 goals. Kason Pintler, Connor Jump, and Max Cervi-Skinner each had a goal. Zack Cervi-Skinner had 2 assists. Kason Pintler, Jacob Molina and Max Entzi each had 1 assist. Braden Latscha was in goal for the shutout. On Sunday afternoon, the Sting Timbers FC Boys 06 Red lost 3-2 in the championship final to Flathead Rapids Black. Connor Mongan and Max Entzi each had a goal for the Sting. In the front row from left are Max Cervi-Skinner, Zack Cervi-Skinner, Aiden Rice and Connor Mongan; and back row from left, Max Entzi, coach Matt Ruchti, Braden Latscha, Jacob Molina, Haidyn Jonas, Lachlan May, Connor Jump, Kason Pintler and Ben Hannigan-Luther.

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    Courtesy photo The Sting Timbers 05 Girls Red soccer team went undefeated and won the championship of their bracket in the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament last weekend. The Sting won its first game 8-0 against Missoula. Abella Voigt had a hat trick. Other goals were scored by Taleya Jones, Ella Morton, Gabrielle Henkle, Ember Morgan, and Jocelyn Dennis. Assists came from Elise Frazier, Mackenzie Goings, and Brynn Johnson. Game two the Sting beat Blitzz Gold 3-0. Abella Voigt scored once and Avery Waddington scored twice. Assists came from Mackenzie Goings and Mira Crawford. Game three STFC beat the Sandpoint Strikers 4-1. Goals were scored by Abella Voigt, Mackenzie Goings, Mira Crawford, and Ella Morton. Taleya Jones had 2 assists. The championship game was played against Hells Canyon and went into overtime with the STFC winning 3-2. Ella Morton and Avery Waddington scored during the game, with assists from Jocelyn Dennis and Ella Morton. Elise Frazier scored the winning goal in overtime. Keeper Mekare East-Peters had two shutouts and only had 3 goals scored on her the whole weekend. In the front row from left are Abella Voigt and Taleya Jones; second row from left, Jocelyn Dennis, Berkley Owens, Elise Frazier, Quinn Kennedy, Gabrielle Henkle and Aubree McElvany; and back row from left, Avery Waddington, Mira Crawford, Brynn Johnson, Rylee White, Mackenzie Goings, Ella Morton, Ember Morgan, Mekare East-Peters and coach Nick Funkhouser.

  • Courtesy photo Coeur d’Alene’s 13-and-under Legion baseball team won the silver bracket of the Cinco de Mayo baseball tourney in Spokane, defeating the Wolf Pack 12-6 in the championship game. In the front row from left are Brayden Ross, Eric Bumbaugh, Kyle Bridge, Andrew Karns, Joe DuCouer, Jesse Brown and Jackson Pettit; and back row from left, Rick Brown (coach), Zach Johnson, Varick Meredith, Ethan Taylor, Elliot Smart, Kevin Bridge (coach) and Robert Ross (coach).

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    Courtesy photo North Idaho Inferno Hartzell Girls 07’s goalkeeper, Danielle Todd, helped the Inferno defeat both the IEYSA Breakers FC and Three Rivers Soccer Club. Todd also scored a goal during the 8-1 win over Three Rivers.

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    Courtesy photo Nicole Stewart, defender for both the North Idaho Inferno Hartzell Girls 07 and the North Idaho Inferno Hartzell Girls 06 teams, provided great defense and helped to secure three wins during league play.

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    Courtesy photo Junior tennis player Courtney Finney is this week’s Post Falls High School Athlete of the Week. As the Trojans wrapped up regular season play, Finney posted a three-set win against Coeur d’Alene and was a straight-set winner against Lewiston.

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    Courtesy photo Ellie McGowan of the North Idaho Inferno 07 girls soccer team en route to score her second goal against IEYSA Scotties G07. The Inferno won 5-0.

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    Courtesy photo Brooklyn Brunn of the North Idaho Inferno Hartzell 06 girls soccer team drives past the defender to score against IEYSA Breakers G06. The Inferno won 4-1.

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    Courtesy photo The North Idaho Inferno under-15 boys Johnson soccer team went undefeated in the annual Bill Eisenwinters Hot Shot Tournament. The Inferno beat Valley Elite 5-0 and the Sandpoint Strikers 2-1 on Saturday, and beat Flathead Valley United 3-1 on Sunday. In the front row from left are Gabe Novak, Alex Moate, Logan Davis, Josh Nilson, Roman Smith and Ethan Johnson; and back row from left, coach Dave Johnson, Andrew Baumann, Jack Holloway, Austin Vaughan, Loko Koller, Caleb Calkins, Tate Novak, Alex Peters, Matt McLeod and coach Carey Calkins.

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    Courtesy photo The Sting Timbers FC 03 girls soccer team finished second in its division at the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament last weekend. The Sting beat the Flathead Valley United – White (15-0), Flathead Valley United – Green (3-0) and Indie Chicas Lime (2-0) before losing to FC Missoula Blue (3-0). Sting goals for the tournament were scored by Kamryn Becker 2, Myah Rietze 3, Breanna Widener 2, Amber Aittama 2, Holly Huson 1, Dillenn Duncan 4, Chloe Biediger 3, Samantha Veare 1, Justine Trevino 1 and Lily Fletcher 1. Goalkeeper Hailey Parks had 16 saves for the weekend. In the front row from left are Dillen Duncan, Taytum Curtis, Darby Lindholdt-Anderson, Holly Hudson, Chloe Biediger, Bailey Mongan, Lily Fletcher, Samantha Veare and Justine Trevino; and back row from left, coach Kandace Leliefeld, Lilly Nickel, Amber Aittame, Lillith Tweedy, Breanna Widener, Hailey Parks, Kamryn Becker, Sophia Allan, Kali McKellips, Isabella Henkle and Myah Rietze.

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    Courtesy photo The T3 15 SMACK volleyball team took second place at the Big Sky Volleyfest in Billings, Mont., May 5-6. From left are Maggie Bloom, Courtney Garwood, Tanai Jenkins, Jaya Miller, Brenna Hawkins, Hannah Rowan, Paige Dreschel, Sarah Wilkey and Lauren Fuller. Not pictued is coach Brian Hosfeld.

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    Courtesy photo The Sting Timbers won the under-8 coed division at the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament. From left are coach Connor Quinn, Kellen Anderson, Wryder Stone, Nash Russell, Xanden Flowers, Alex Siegler, Gavin Memmott, Bradyn Singleton and coach Jon Baune. Not pictured is Nate McClintick.

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    Courtesy photo The Sting Timbers FC 02 Girls soccer team won the U16 championship at the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament in Coeur d’Alene this past weekend. In their first game on Friday evening, Sting beat Missoula Strikers White 2002G-SE 5-0. Sting goals were scored by Abbie Lyman (assisted by Cailyn Garza), Sydney Harbison (assisted by Cailyn Garza), Geneva Bengtson (assisted by Kayli Lynn), Madyson Smith (assisted by Abbie Lyman), and Morgan Rust (assisted by Abbie Lyman). In their second game on Saturday morning, Sting beat FC Nova ECNL Reserves 02 3-0. Sting goals were scored by Julie Stith (assisted by Madyson Smith), Julie Stith on a penalty kick, and Madyson Smith (assisted by Cailyn Garza). In their 3rd game on Saturday evening, Sting beat Valley Elite FC Gray 2002G-SE 4-0. Sting goals were scored by Madyson Smith (off a corner kick by Abbie Lyman), Abbie Lyman on a corner kick, McKenzie Mattis, and Maysen Deming. In their final game of the tournament on Sunday morning, Sting beat Queen City FC Red 2002-SE 7-0. Geneva Bengtson scored 3 goals, all 3 assisted by Madyson Smith. Madyson Smith scored 1 goal (assisted by Geneva Bengtson), Cailyn Garza scored 2 goals (assisted by Madyson Smith and Geneva Bengtson), and Julie Stith scored 1 goal (assisted by Kayli Lynn). Sting goalkeeper Autumn Lambert did not allow a single goal all weekend. In the front row from left are Camellia Merrill, Zoe Cox, Madyson Smith, Julie Stith, Madison Fain, Liz Scarlett, Tierra Lambert, Tate Hochberger and Morgan Rust; and back row from left, Kayli Lynn, Riley Anderson, Geneva Bengtson, Maysen Deming, Kaylee Moate, Autumn Lambert, Cailyn Garza, McKenzie Mattis, Abbie Lyman, Sydney Harbison, Tressa Mullen, Jade Reed and assistant coach Ian McKenna.

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    Courtesy photo Sting Timbers FC Green boys soccer team played in the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament this past weekend. FC Spokane Black Bly beat them 3-1. They were then defeated by Flathead Rapids 5-1. They ended the tournament on a high note and defeated Helena Arsenal SC Blue 4-1. Noah Waddell led the Sting with 3 goals and an assist. Elijah Raybell had 2 goals. Kai Delio had one goal. Gavin Samayoa had 2 assists. In the front row from left are Gavin Samayoa, Eli Scarola, Chief Allan, Austin Proctor and Alex Patterson; and back row from left, coach Camron Cutler, Gabe Jones, Elijah Raybell, Kai Delio, Logan Delbridge, CJ Harshfield, Noah Waddell and assistant coach Cooper Proctor.

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    Courtesy photo The Sting Timbers 07 Girls soccer team took second place in the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament this past weekend. They defeated Idaho Rush in the morning to earn their spot in the afternoon championship game, where they lost 2-1 to the Missoula Strikers. The Sting goal was scored by Natalie Thompson in a penalty kick. In the front row from left are Avery Hickok, Kate Mauch, Natalie Thompson, Paige Hunt, Olivia May and Annabelle Rogers; and back row from left, coach Mike Thompson, Sofia Peressini, Zayda Voigt, Rachel Corette, Emma Decker, Lydia Lehosit, Evelyn Bowie, Libby Morrisroe, Emma Singleton and assistant coach Izzy Lehosit.

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    Courtesy photo The Sting Timbers 05 Boys Red soccer team took first place in the under-13 division at the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament last weekend. The Sting beat the Valley Elite FC 13-0 at the Coeur d’Alene Soccer Complex. Goals were scored by Landon Lee (2), Cooper Prohaska (2), Caden Thompson, Gunner Larson (2), Blaine Leonard, Miles Taylor, Jace Simmet (2) and Chet Hanna (2). The shutout in goal was a combined effort by Miles Taylor, Landon Lee, Caden Thompson and Nate Wyatt. Saturday night, the Sting beat the Flathead Rapids 7-0 at the Coeur d’Alene Soccer Complex. Goals were scored by Isaac Fritts, Drew Hansen (3), Landon Lee and Cooper Prohaska, with assists by Isaac Fritts and Nate Wyatt. Miles Taylor posted the shutout in goal. In the semifinals, the Sting beat the Missoula Strikers Red 6-3 at the Canfield Sports Complex. Sting goals were scored by Caden Thompson, Landon Lee, Cooper Prohaska (2) and Isaac Fritts (2), with an assist by Nate Wyatt. In the championship game, the Sting beat the North Idaho Inferno 5-0 at the Coeur d’Alene Soccer Complex. Goals were scored by Cooper Prohaska, Isaac Fritts, Drew Hansen (2) and Gunner Larson, with assists by Miles Taylor and Isaac Fritts. Miles Taylor posted the shutout in goal. In the front row from left are Chet Hanna, Landon Lee, Miles Taylor, Drew Hansen, Nate Wyatt and Caden Thompson; and back row from left, assistant coach Chloe Teets, Gunner Larson, Cooper Prohaska, Christopher Mongan, Ashton Ukich, Jayce Simmet, Isaac Fritts, Luke Orozco, Logan Haynes, Blaine Leonard and Jacob Ukich. Not pictured is head coach Mike Thompson.

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    Courtesy photo The Sting Timbers FC Red boys 04 soccer team took first place in the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament last weekend with a 5-0 record. They bested Boise Nationals Timbers 05 2-1, Helena Arsenal FC 6-1, Queen City FC 6-0, Nelson Select 7-0 and Boise Nationals Timbers 04 1-0. Sting goals were scored by Bryce Allred-4, Kohrt Weber-3, Alex Reyes-3, Tyler Gasper-3, Jameson Elliot-2, Joseph Sarkis-1, Andon Brandt-1, Cole Daricek-1, Evan Lowder-1 and Devyn Ivankovich-1. Assists made by Alex Reyes-2, Noah Janzen-2, Tyler Gasper-1, Evan Lowder-1, Sean Dremann-1, and Nicholas Mason-1. Devyn Ivankovich, Noah Janzen, Jameson Elliot, Andon Brandt and Kohrt Weber teamed in goal for the wins. In the front row from left are Nicholas Mason, Sean Dremann, Andon Brandt, Bryce Allred, Tyler Gasper, Joseph Sarkis, Patrick Du and Cole Daricek; and back row from left, Noah Janzen, Jameson Elliot, Zak Wenglikowski, Kohrt Weber, Jack Shrontz, Malachi Hutchens-Cohen, Evan Lowder, Alex Reyes and coach Kasey Laffoon. Not pictured is Devyn Ivankovich.

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    Courtesy photo Sting Timbers FC Girls 08 soccer teams played in the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament last weekend. The STFC G08 Green took 3rd and STFC G08 Yellow took 4th. In the front row from left is the STFC Yellow team -- Ella Pearson, Libby Montgomery, Macy Walters, Allison Carrico, Isabella Grimmett, Hannah Shafer, Kamryn Kirk, Teagan Slusher and Ellie Moss; and back row from left, the STFC Green team -- Savannah Spencer, Nora Ryan, Sloan Waddell, Ashely Breisacher, Savannah Rojo, Anna Ploof, Izabella Entzi, Sadie, Cameron Fischer and coach Tony Grimmett.

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    Courtesy photo The Sting Timbers FC Boys 06 Red played in the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament this past weekend. On Saturday morning, the Sting Timbers beat Helena Arsenal SC ‘06 Blue 3-0. Max Entzi led Sting with 3 goals. Haidyn Jonas and Max Cervi-Skinner each had an assist. Braden Latscha was in goal for the shutout. On Saturday afternoon, the Sting Timbers beat FC Nova 06 (Boise) 5-0. Haidyn Jonas led Sting with 3 goals, Kason Pintler and Max Cervi-Skinner each had 1 goal. Connor Jump had an assist. Braden Latscha was in goal for the shutout. On Sunday morning, Sting Timbers Red played Sting Timbers B06 White in the semifinals. Red beat White 7-0. Haidyn Jonas and Max Entzi each had 2 goals. Kason Pintler, Connor Jump, and Max Cervi-Skinner each had a goal. Zack Cervi-Skinner had 2 assists. Kason Pintler, Jacob Molina and Max Entzi each had 1 assist. Braden Latscha was in goal for the shutout. On Sunday afternoon, the Sting Timbers FC Boys 06 Red lost 3-2 in the championship final to Flathead Rapids Black. Connor Mongan and Max Entzi each had a goal for the Sting. In the front row from left are Max Cervi-Skinner, Zack Cervi-Skinner, Aiden Rice and Connor Mongan; and back row from left, Max Entzi, coach Matt Ruchti, Braden Latscha, Jacob Molina, Haidyn Jonas, Lachlan May, Connor Jump, Kason Pintler and Ben Hannigan-Luther.

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    Courtesy photo The Sting Timbers 05 Girls Red soccer team went undefeated and won the championship of their bracket in the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament last weekend. The Sting won its first game 8-0 against Missoula. Abella Voigt had a hat trick. Other goals were scored by Taleya Jones, Ella Morton, Gabrielle Henkle, Ember Morgan, and Jocelyn Dennis. Assists came from Elise Frazier, Mackenzie Goings, and Brynn Johnson. Game two the Sting beat Blitzz Gold 3-0. Abella Voigt scored once and Avery Waddington scored twice. Assists came from Mackenzie Goings and Mira Crawford. Game three STFC beat the Sandpoint Strikers 4-1. Goals were scored by Abella Voigt, Mackenzie Goings, Mira Crawford, and Ella Morton. Taleya Jones had 2 assists. The championship game was played against Hells Canyon and went into overtime with the STFC winning 3-2. Ella Morton and Avery Waddington scored during the game, with assists from Jocelyn Dennis and Ella Morton. Elise Frazier scored the winning goal in overtime. Keeper Mekare East-Peters had two shutouts and only had 3 goals scored on her the whole weekend. In the front row from left are Abella Voigt and Taleya Jones; second row from left, Jocelyn Dennis, Berkley Owens, Elise Frazier, Quinn Kennedy, Gabrielle Henkle and Aubree McElvany; and back row from left, Avery Waddington, Mira Crawford, Brynn Johnson, Rylee White, Mackenzie Goings, Ella Morton, Ember Morgan, Mekare East-Peters and coach Nick Funkhouser.

SELECT SOCCER

Sting Timbers FC 03 Boys Red: The Sting won the boys U15 Gold Bracket at the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament in Coeur d’Alene on May 11-13. The team was undefeated with two shutouts.

The Sting defeated Nelson Selects from Canada 3-0. Next, they beat Missoula Strikers White 03B 3-0. In the third match, they beat Idaho Rush 03B Nero 3-1. In the final match against Blitzz FC Gold 03B, Sting Timbers won 2-1.

In the four matches, Nate Durocher and Cooper Proctor each scored 3 goals for the Sting, Ronan Malaghan and Christopher Swider scored twice, and Walker Jump scored once. Goals were assisted by Chris Koch, Miles Jones and Brennan Miller.

Sting Timbers FC Girls Red 04: The Sting squad played in the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament this past weekend in a tough Gold bracket.

The first game the girls hosted the Kelowna FC United at Canfield Middle School, but lost 3-1. The sole Timbers goal was scored by Ellie Morrisroe, with a Kayla Dearmin assist.

The Timbers then played the Helena Arsenal SC Blue team to a 1-1 draw at Lake City HS,. Lucy Evans scored the Sting goal on a PK. The final game was played against the FC Nova ECNL Reserves team at Post Falls HS, and the Sting lost 3-0.

The girls will travel to Boise in two weeks for the 2018 Idaho State Cup.

North Idaho Inferno Hartzell Girls 07: The Inferno beat IEYSA G07 Breakers FC White Isbell-Cowell 4-1 on May 4, with goals from Isabella Berzoza, Kennedy Hartzell and Ellie McGowan. The Inferno then won 8-1 against Three Rivers Soccer Club G07 on May 5, with goals from Isabella Berzoza, Mallory Judd, Juliette GIlmor, Kennedy Hartzell, Ellie McGowan, and Danielle Todd.

On May 12 the Inferno beat IEYSA Scotties Bowerman-Lebon 5-0, with goals from Lily Bole, Juliette Gilmor and Isabella Berzoza, and 2 from Ellie McGowan.

North Idaho Inferno Hartzell Girls 06: The Inferno tied FC Spokane GU06 McGarity 1-1 on May 3. The Inferno team then beat IEYSA G06 Breakers FC Red McCabe 6-1 on May 5 with goals from Lily Bole, Brooklyn Brunn, Ellie McGowan and Rebecca Thompson.

On May 13 the Inferno lost 3-0 and 2-1 to the Spokane Foxes Pumas Dreher. Rebecca Thompson scored the lone Inferno goal.

POST FALLS PARKS

AND RECREATION

Soccer

Micro 5

CDA Pediatrics-Breesen Ellis 3 points

Capones-Isaiah Thompson 2 points, Parker Friesz 1 point

Jump N2 Fun-Bricen Cornett 1 point, Easton Molitor 1 point

Post Falls Taco Bell-Trenton Sumner 2 points, Anabella Wasko 2 points, Elliana Rydesky 2 points

Mini 6

Grotberg Electric-Savannah Scott 1 point, Jake Young 1 point

Capones-Liam Browne 1 point, Jaren Stottlemyre 1 point

Precision Dental of Post Falls-Collin Rzepa 4 points, Dawsen Lewis 1 point, Austin Byrnes 1 point

U-8

Post Falls Law- Desmond Byxbe 1 point

7 Day Dental Smiles- Dylan Vranich 2 points, Hayden Hughes 1 point

River City Animal Hospital-Dylan Metzger 4 points, Jeremiah Mebrahtu 2 points, Patrick Leahy 2 points

Blue Dog RV-Shelby Muir 3 points, Cody Matthews 2 points

Hayden Triathlon-Blake Wise 3 points, Riley Fossi 2 points

Badger Building Center- Finn Zobell 2 points, Savannah Stevens 2 points

Step Up To Painting-Erik Branon 1 point, Landen Skaggs 1 point

U-11

Peach Orthodontics-Gerard Breyer 1 point, Kathryn Murphy 1 point

Calvary Lutheran Church- Riley Guy 2 points, Peyton Guy 2 points, Marcus Kuplack 1 point

H & I Woodcraft-Malachi Chafin 1 point, Trustina Burns 1 point

Cowboy Construction-Damien Nord-Fencl 4 points, Colby Michalk 1 point, Augusto Kallai 2 points

Brumbach Family Dentistry-Alex Beresford-Wood 1 point, Owen Sharp 1 point, Zach Martinez 1 point

U-14

Hayden Triathlon-Darren Rieben 1 point, Dylan Rieben 4 points

Keller Williams Realty-Tate Vasquez 1 point, Quinlan Campanella 1 point

Post Falls Family Dental-Jessie Aparicio 3 points, Keith Aparicio 1 point, Scott Glass 1 point

St Maries Lumberjacks-Logan Scheinost 1 point, Dylan Sotin 1 point, Greyson Sands 1 point

Peet Shoe Dryer-Lance Hamblin 1 point

Famers Insurance-Keller Tracey 1 point, Jackson Frickle 1 point

Nate’s New York Pizza-Ryan Sorensen 3 points, Tevin Burns 2 points, Daniel Kuplack 2 points, Mateo Weitzel 1 point

HAYDEN RECREATION AND COMMUNITY EVENTS

Soccer

May 12

Mini Kickers

Andy’s Heating & Cooling: Benjamin Jackson-2 goals, Hudson Whiteman-2 goals

Budget Storage: Nolan Bode-1 goal, Jasper Meyer-3 goals

CDA Dental Center: Trent Gustin-1 goal

Chomper Cafe: Landon Kuespert-1 goal, Benaiah Lorona-1 goal, Wyatt Wilson-1 goal

Elite Chiropractice: Evan Johnson-2 goals, Rory Vick-1 goal

Fred’s Plumbing: Naish Hannon-1 goal, Ivan Lamb-4 goals

Growler Guys: Lincoln Wiley-1 goal

Hayden Triathlon: Mataius Dunn-1 goal

Lakeside Pediatrics: No stats Available

Northwest Generators: Jaxon Giles-1 goal, Josh Kline-1 goal, Asher Witherwax-2 goals

NuVu Property Management: Laine Shaw-2 goals

Super 1 Foods: No stats Available

Trademark Mechanical: Sophie Smee-2 goals

The Wellness Bar: Luke Bishop-4 goals, Beck Engebretsen-1 goal, Navy Folwer-1 goal, Mia Flores-1 goal

West Star Industries: Hayden Hays-3 goals

Willamette Valley Bank: Cannon Groven-2 goals, Jack Harrison-4 goals

Yellow Jackets: Ryder Mort-1 goal, Cooper Stotz-1 goal

Zips Drive-in: Ben Fletcher-1 goal, Fenix Field-1 goal, Levi Tebbe- 9 goals

Micro Kickers

208 Volleyball: Mason Cox-3 goals, Luke Deuling-1 goal, Naomi Deuling-1 goal

Andy’s Heating & Cooling: Annabelle Ernst-1 goal, Otto Parson-1 goal

Artscape Lanscaping: Jagger Frank-2 goals, Brody Paragamian-2 goals

Chomper Cafe: Layne Whiteman-1 goal, Carter Wise-4 goals

Coeur D’Alene Family Dentistry: Levi Drake-1 goal, Gage Mickelson-2 goal, Grayson Pribe-1 goal, Jonah Wuest-1 goal

DigitalBarr: Parker COok-1 goal, Connor McKenna-1 goal, Lola Ruggiero-2 goal

Fred’s Plumbing: Evelyn Harrison 1 goal, Luke Hunter-2 goals, Jayden Reilly-1 goal

The Hawks: Georgia Carr-3 goals, Kashton Pintler-6 goals, Brayden Rhodes-1 goal

Hayden Cars: Keaton Knoll 2 goals, Ezekiel McNiel-3 goals, Garrett Pagano-3 goals

Hayden Les Schwab: Lincoln Howe-2 goals, Kylie Lorona-2 goals, Shane McFadden-1 goal

Hayden Triathlon: No stats Available

Lakeside Pediatrics: Logan Capaul-2 goals

Lifetouch Photography: No stats Available

Little Smiles Pediatric Dentistry: Blake Karlgaard-2 goals, Kason Lenz-2 goals

Mountain Lions: Elliot Slabaugh-3 goals, Annie Travis-1 goal

Predators: Dallas Hays-5 goals, Gemma Lightfoot-Wood-1 goal, Cooper Nusser-1 goal, Benjamin Thomas-1 goal

RA Design: Riley Leg-3 goals

Super 1 Foods: Callen Cullum-1 goal, Scout Peterson-2 goals

Titan Pump: Sakiyas Scott-3 goals

van Zandt Financial: Braxton Nagle 1 goal, Aiden Padilla- 1 goal

West Star Industries: Zachary Mittelstadt- 1 goal, Lily Schultz-1 goal, Skarlet Schultz-1 goal

Zips Drive-In: Raegan Fish-2 goals, Ian Osterdock-3 goals

U8 Girls

Adapt Allstars: Ava Wickens-1 goal

CDA Dental Center: (Game 1) Lucia Barton-2 goals, Koral Mills-1 goal, Mallory Morrisroe-2 goals (Game 2) Lucia Barton-3 goals, Koral Mills-1 goal, Mallory Morrisroe-1 goal

Dragons: No stats Available

Meckel Engineering & Surveying: Lauren Aiteken-1 goal

Terra Underground: No stats Available

U8 Boys

Bryce Roofing: Nash Larsen-1 goal

CDA Dental Center: Tristin Kidd-3 goals

Marketplace Connections, LLC: Brody Martin-1 goal

North Idaho Lung Asthma & Critical Care: Kyler Harrison-1 goal, Clint Harwood-2 goals

Timberline Adventures: Parson Buttars-1 goal, Brody Stroud-1 goal, Tate Tuttle-1 goal

Toro Viejo: Rhone Chandler-1 goal, Sebastian Guitron-4 goals, Taytem Frazier-1 goal

U10 Coed

Ace Drywall: Kylah Chavez-1 goal, Kinley Evarts-1 goal, Owen Keith-1 goal

Bryce Roofing: No stats Available

Ideal Family Dentistry: Bryton Coburn-2 goal, Marcus McFadden-1 goal

Little Smiles Pediatric Dentistry: Ryan Bridges-1 goal, Jesse Sundberg-2 goals

North Idaho Asthma Lung & Critical Care: Brayden Osterdock-1 goal, Hayden Adams-2 goals

Shapes Salon: No stats Available

Steel Structures America: Nalan Tuttle-1 goal

Terra Underground: No stats Available

U12 Coed

CCS: Javan Tesky-1 goal

Ideal Family Dentistry: No stats Available

MacroAir: Colton Smith-2 goals, Jennifer Peterson-1 goal, Marcus Burkhert-1 goal, Ethan VanLeuven-1 goal

North Idaho Asthma Lung & Critical Care: Connor Holbrook-1 goal

Steel Strucutes America: Audrey Bell-1 goal, Nolan Ludwig-1 goal, Elliot Jensen-1 goal

Trinity Church: Joshua Busby- 1 goal, Joshua Nixon-1 goal, Preston Frank-1 goal

U14 Coed

Ace Drywall: Brandon Chavez-1 goal, Cooper Hancock- 1 goal

Adapt Allstars: Brody Singer-2 goals

MPG Painting: (Game 1) Chad Holbrook-1 goals (Game 2) Chad Holbrook-3 goals, AJ Ponce-1 goal, Colton Shackelford-5 goals

Terra Underground: (Game 1) Owen Hughes-2 goals, Ethan Johnson-4 goals, Braedon Rogers-1 goal (GAME 2) Owen Hughes-3 goals, Ehtan Johnson-1 goal

RATHDRUM PARKS AND RECREATION

Soccer

May 12

U4- Finnley Short (4), Paxton Wengeler (2), Dominic Sanchez (2), Cole Sternberg (3), Sawyer Attebury (5), Ranger Wright (5), Gavin DeBusk (6), Carter Hood (2), Kamryn Hood, Claire Kauffman (2), Brock Caulfield (5), Koen Lohmiller (2), Paisley DePaul (3), Piper Neu, Kaylee Schneider (3), Evelynn VanGundy (2), Wyatt Henson, Avalee Gets in (3), John Charles Gibson, Westley Ngo (6), Colten Beckman, Rhett Palmer (3), Alex Peterson, Lincoln Swanson (6), Gauge Powers (3), Teagan McCowan, Lilyana Desens (2), Kanyen Bentcik (2), Hunter Mustered, Makinzee Nett (5), Levi Smith, Jenna Tanner, Mason Thompson, Rylie Strange (2)

U6- Owen Hunt, Bryan O’Connor II (2), Beau Rosscup (3), Eli Royce (3), Samuel Jarvis (3), Brooklyn Coleman, Declan Rider, Yafet Cole (2), Jack Charlebois, Aerial Lott (2), Bronson Gabiou (2), Jack Palmer, Clayton Smith, Landon Strong (2), Jaylynn Bischoff, Dallen Wilding, Jude Sender, Lunamae Arroyo-lopez (2), KJ Campbell, Maia Campbell, Kloee Katie, Peyton Bennett (2), Clayce Grow

U8- Ryan Meckle, Kyson Bleily, Ashyn Karle, Mason Nett (3), Mason Wesala, Colby Miller, Ryker Montes (5), Stellan Sanborn, Elias Golis (2), Charlie Stone-russell, Ryan Cameron (4), Reagan Davis, Crista Rozewics, Jonah Wenstrom, Cadyn Leonard (3), Isabella Warmington (2), Nathan Rogers (4), Aidric Ballance (3), Madden Young, Jager McWatters (2), Matthew Stranahan (5), Knox Fortin (2), Blake White

U10- Malia Miller, Ryan Engelbrecht (2), Pierce Reisenauer, Kenai Munyer, Hunter Clark (2), Levi Pallas (4), Carson Ramirez, Hudson Stapleton, Micah Nield (3), Blake Brooks, Nautika Larson, Mark Parks, Cigainero Jayden, Miley Suprenant, Wade VanGundy

U12- Presley Lott, Aden Tapp (3)

COEUR d’ALENE RECREATION

Soccer

3rd GIRLS DIVISION

Kingdom Construction – Taya Peterson 1 goal

Legends Sports Photography – Kamryn Braga, Naomi Shane and Aislin Zasadny 1 goal each.

Ironman- Chloe Crowley and Addy Gilliland 1 goal each. Izzy Cook 2 goals

4th/5th GIRLS DIVISION

Idaho Forest- Anna Tenbrink and Angelina Arnn 2 goals each. Ashley moss and Savanah Lujan 1 goal each

Kingdom Construction-Ava Van Dyken 2 goals. Teahlor Cole 1 goal

Jamms-Karley Seymour 1 goal

Jaeger Orthodontics- Gaby Forsythe 1 goal

2nd BOYS DIVISION

Tapley Cabinet Works – Mason Kassarjian 1 goal, Elam Pack 1 goal

Ruby Frog Entertainment- Brendan Toomey 1 goal

Canon Hill- Cason Espinoza 1 goal

Priebe Chiropractic- Tyler Stapleton and Dax priebe 2 goals each

3rd BOYS DIVISION

The Wellness Bar- Mason Taylor and Alex Arnn 1 goal each

A Nu Look- Sam Smith 2 goals. Colton McGuire 1 goal

4th/5th BOYS DIVISION

Ironman Foundation – Ethan Toomey 4 goals

Allegra- Dayton Fletcher 2 goals. Jackson Williams 1 goal

Intergrated Personnel- Payson Irwin and Isacc Hoschstetler 2 goals each.

6th/7th COED DIVISION

Cannon hill- Dax Larsen 4 goals. Jackson Knife 1 goal

Kaiju Sushi- Tyler Clarke and Marcus Davis 2 goals each.

ACI- Luke Heffter, Caleb Czapla and Athena Reynolds 1 goal each

Integrated Personnel-Tyson Karlinsey 4 goals. Parker Adams 2 goals. Brody Walters Mason Toomey and Ryan Toomey 1 goal each.

8TH COED DIVISION

Hagadone Directories – Cole Martin and Abby Griffits 1 goal each

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