YOUTH SPORTS EXTRA: Aug. 9, 2018

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  • Courtesy photo The Thorns North 07 girls team finished second at the Mt. Hood Challenge this past weekend. The girls started the tournament off with a big 6-2 win against BFCT Red. Then suffered an 0-2 loss against THELO United. They went on to win 4-1 against WT Copa and in the final pool play game beat HSC Bayern Red 2-1 to advance to the finals. They battled THELO United again, and in tough game came up short with a 2-1 loss. In the back row, from left, are: Kyndall Dolin, Annabelle Rogers, Libby Morrisroe, Kennedy Hartzell, Sofia Peressini, Rachel Corette and coach Kirk Hartzell. In the front are: Lily Bole, Paige Hunt, Isabel Morisette, Ellie McGowan, Evelyn Bowie, Natalie Thompson, and Riley Brazle. Not pictured is Lydia Lehosit.

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    Courtesy photo Team Dunk You Very Much went undefeated to win their bracket at the Rathdrum tournament last weekend. From left, are: Kendall Omlin, Kaydin Renkin, Taliyah Wright and Nevaeh Jayd. In the front is coach Jordan Renken.

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    Courtesy photo The Timbers North FC 2007 boys made their debut this past weekend at the Mt. Hood Challenge soccer tournament in Portland, finishing second. In the front row, from left, are: Maddox Le, Philip Du, Liam Martin, Lukas Ruchti, Keaton Gust, Ronan Sternberg, and Rylie Brandt. In the back are: Coach Matt Ruchti, Zachary Kerns, Corbin Blair, Cody Kemp, Sawyer Anderson, Kyle Waddell, Ben Crabb, and coach Landon Anderson.

  • Courtesy photo The Thorns North 07 girls team finished second at the Mt. Hood Challenge this past weekend. The girls started the tournament off with a big 6-2 win against BFCT Red. Then suffered an 0-2 loss against THELO United. They went on to win 4-1 against WT Copa and in the final pool play game beat HSC Bayern Red 2-1 to advance to the finals. They battled THELO United again, and in tough game came up short with a 2-1 loss. In the back row, from left, are: Kyndall Dolin, Annabelle Rogers, Libby Morrisroe, Kennedy Hartzell, Sofia Peressini, Rachel Corette and coach Kirk Hartzell. In the front are: Lily Bole, Paige Hunt, Isabel Morisette, Ellie McGowan, Evelyn Bowie, Natalie Thompson, and Riley Brazle. Not pictured is Lydia Lehosit.

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    Courtesy photo Team Dunk You Very Much went undefeated to win their bracket at the Rathdrum tournament last weekend. From left, are: Kendall Omlin, Kaydin Renkin, Taliyah Wright and Nevaeh Jayd. In the front is coach Jordan Renken.

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    Courtesy photo The Timbers North FC 2007 boys made their debut this past weekend at the Mt. Hood Challenge soccer tournament in Portland, finishing second. In the front row, from left, are: Maddox Le, Philip Du, Liam Martin, Lukas Ruchti, Keaton Gust, Ronan Sternberg, and Rylie Brandt. In the back are: Coach Matt Ruchti, Zachary Kerns, Corbin Blair, Cody Kemp, Sawyer Anderson, Kyle Waddell, Ben Crabb, and coach Landon Anderson.

• PREP FOOTBALL

The Lake City High freshman football team will hold its first practice of the season on Monday starting at 8 a.m.

Players must have their paperwork — physical and proof of insurance — on file to participate. Players are reminded to have shorts, football cleats and their own mouthpiece.

Lunch will be provided.

• JUNIOR TACKLE FOOTBALL

For the sixth year in a row, the Coeur d’Alene High Viking football coaches, in association with the Viking Touchdown Club and Viking Booster Club, will be offering a two-day football skills camp at no cost to any Coeur d’Alene Junior Tackle football player (fifth to eighth grade) on Aug. 21-22 at Coeur d’Alene High from 1 to 3 p.m. each day.

Player check-in starts on Aug. 21 at noon.

Players need to arrive with football cleats, practice jersey, mouth guard and full pads and helmet.

• SELECT SOCCER

• Timbers North FC 2007 boys made their debut this past weekend at the Mt Hood Challenge soccer tournament in Portland, OR. Timbers North defeated the Capital FC Timbers 2-1, Harbor Premier 4-1, and FC Portland 4-0 to advance to the championship game in their division. Timbers North finished second after a 2-1 loss to Three Rivers Soccer Club.

• The Thorns North 07 girls team finished second at the Mt. Hood Challenge this past weekend. The girls started the tournament off with a big 6-2 win against BFCT Red. Then suffered an 0-2 loss against THELO United.

They went on to win 4-1 against WT Copa and in the final pool play game beat HSC Bayern Red 2-1 to advance to the finals.

They battled THELO United again, and in tough game came up short with a 2-1 loss. Team goals were scored by: Evelyn Bowie (2), Riley Brazle (1), Rachel Corette (1), Kennedy Hartzell (3), Ellie McGowan (1), Annabelle Rogers (3), and Natalie Thompson (2).

Submit items for youth and non-varsity high school sports by noon Tuesday for publication Wednesday. Email stories and photos (in .jpg format) to sports@cdapress.com.

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