Youth Sports July 11, 2018

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  • Courtesy photo The Lake City Thunder 12-and-under girls fastpitch softball team placed second in the silver bracket at the Fourth of July shootout in Spokane July 6-8. In the front row from left are Alycia Cameron, Brooklyn Mendonca, Natalie Singer and Kylin Chavez; and back row from left, coach Morgan Gugino, Layla Gugino, Cassie Zaring, Tapanga Rojas, Makiya McPhedran, Kaydence Constable, Brooklyn Wullenwaber, coach Jason Chavez and head coach Levi Wullenwaber.

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    Courtesy photo The North Idaho Elite high school girls basketball team finished 5-1 at the End of the Trail National Showcase held in Oregon City, Ore., July 5-8. The Elite tied for first in their pool which put them in the top 18 of the 94-team tournament. In the front row from left are Kate Sams (Central Valley High), Tomekia Whitman (Central Valley), Taylor Henley (Flathead), Quincy McDeid (North Central), Mady Simmelink (Central Valley), Kinsley Barrington (University) and Sara Muehlhausen (Lake City). The team is coached by North Idaho College women’s basketball coaches Chris and Carey Carlson, in the back row.

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    Courtesy photo The Northwest Wildfire 16-and-under softball team went 4-1 and finished second in the Gold Bracket at the Fourth of July Shootout at the Dwight Merkel Sports Complex in Spokane July 6-8. In the front row from left are Alexis Mitchell, Allison Russum, Madison O’Riley, Madison McDowell, Hope Bodak, Phoebe Schultze, Aubree Chaney, Jasmine Rison, Shelby Melton and Brooke Collins; and back row from left, coach Gary Schultze and coach Mike McDowell. Not pictured is coach Cory Bodak.

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    Courtesy photo 208 Volleyball won the 12-and-under division at the recent Anaheim (Calif.) Summer Soiree. In the front row from left are Emerie Smith, Bailey Jaworski, Ella Terzulli, Klaire McAlister, Madison Threadgill and Madison Mitchell; and back row from left, assistant coach Alexis Huddleston, Sadie Jones, Alexa Stavros, Emily Shafer, Angela Maiani, Giabella Janke and head coach, director and owner Jessica Janke-Trevena.

  • Courtesy photo The Lake City Thunder 12-and-under girls fastpitch softball team placed second in the silver bracket at the Fourth of July shootout in Spokane July 6-8. In the front row from left are Alycia Cameron, Brooklyn Mendonca, Natalie Singer and Kylin Chavez; and back row from left, coach Morgan Gugino, Layla Gugino, Cassie Zaring, Tapanga Rojas, Makiya McPhedran, Kaydence Constable, Brooklyn Wullenwaber, coach Jason Chavez and head coach Levi Wullenwaber.

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    Courtesy photo The North Idaho Elite high school girls basketball team finished 5-1 at the End of the Trail National Showcase held in Oregon City, Ore., July 5-8. The Elite tied for first in their pool which put them in the top 18 of the 94-team tournament. In the front row from left are Kate Sams (Central Valley High), Tomekia Whitman (Central Valley), Taylor Henley (Flathead), Quincy McDeid (North Central), Mady Simmelink (Central Valley), Kinsley Barrington (University) and Sara Muehlhausen (Lake City). The team is coached by North Idaho College women’s basketball coaches Chris and Carey Carlson, in the back row.

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    Courtesy photo The Northwest Wildfire 16-and-under softball team went 4-1 and finished second in the Gold Bracket at the Fourth of July Shootout at the Dwight Merkel Sports Complex in Spokane July 6-8. In the front row from left are Alexis Mitchell, Allison Russum, Madison O’Riley, Madison McDowell, Hope Bodak, Phoebe Schultze, Aubree Chaney, Jasmine Rison, Shelby Melton and Brooke Collins; and back row from left, coach Gary Schultze and coach Mike McDowell. Not pictured is coach Cory Bodak.

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    Courtesy photo 208 Volleyball won the 12-and-under division at the recent Anaheim (Calif.) Summer Soiree. In the front row from left are Emerie Smith, Bailey Jaworski, Ella Terzulli, Klaire McAlister, Madison Threadgill and Madison Mitchell; and back row from left, assistant coach Alexis Huddleston, Sadie Jones, Alexa Stavros, Emily Shafer, Angela Maiani, Giabella Janke and head coach, director and owner Jessica Janke-Trevena.

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Explosion tryouts: Tryouts for the USA Explosion 16U and 18U teams are scheduled for July 21 at 11:30 a.m. at Lakeland High School, Aug. 4 at 9 a.m. at Connell (Wash.) High School, and Aug. 11 at 11:30 a.m. at Lakeland High.

Information: Head coach George Comack, georgecomack@gmail.com, (208) 651-1972, assistant coach Kathy Patzer, usaexplosioncomack@gmail.com, (208) 659-1222

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