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  • Courtesy photo The Timbers North FC Boys 08 Green soccer team took first place in their division at last weekend’s Pend Oreille Cup in Sandpoint. Friday evening they beat the Spokane Sounders Boys 08 South Shale 3-0. Wyatt Carr and Jack Jenkins each had one goal. Reese Crawford had an assist. The third goal was a deflection off the opposing team’s keeper. Preston Samayoa and Collin Storey teamed in goal for the shutout. On Saturday, they beat Flathead Rapids Black 6-2. Jack Jenkins had 2 goals and 2 assists. Parker Sterling scored twice. Kaden Duffield and Preston Samayoa each scored a goal. Reese Crawford, Griffin Patterson, and Mitchell Rietze each had an assist. On Sunday they played two matches. They defeated Spokane Sounders Boys 08 Valley Rave 1-0 in the semifinals. Parker Sterling scored the lone goal. Reese Crawford and Collin Storey teamed in goal for the shutout. Both Timbers North FC Boys 08 teams made it to the championship game with the Timbers Green beating the Timbers Yellow 4-2. Jack Jenkins had a goal and an assist for the Green. Mitchell Rietze, Reilly Smith, and Parker Sterling each scored a goal. Wyatt Carr had an assist. Coaches are Ryan Flowers and Tarragh Carr. Both Timbers North FC Boys 08 Green and Yellow are pictured above. In the front row from left are Donovan Bonar, Kaden Duffield, Reilly Smith, Griffin Patterson, Jack Jenkins, Ben Mello, Beckett Larson, Joshua Rojo, Peyton Ellingson and Canon St. John; and back row from left, Reese Crawford, Karter Engebretsen, Kohen Pintler, Drake Flowers, Jaxon Fantozzi, Isaac Lowder, Collin Storey, Charlie Dircksen, Wyatt Carr, Mitchell Rietze, Trey Lambert, Parker Sterling, Preston Samayoa, Jackson Stolebarger, Charlie Mattila and Hudson Barlow.

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    Photo by AMY CHAMBERS The Coeur d’Alene Crush 04 went 6-0 to win the 14U division at the Spokane (SGFSA) Fall Classic at the Dwight Merkel Sports Complex in Spokane. The Crush totalled 64 hits during the weekend, led by Matea Dorame with a team-high 10. The Crush won the championship game against Spokane Valley Impact 10-5 on Sunday. In pool play, the Crush beat the Spokane Diamonds 14-1 on Friday. Brynn Tolzmann had a triple and and Alyssa Krause hit an RBI triple. Kaylyn Rice hit an RBI double. Kailey Cramer had 2 RBIs. The Crush beat the North Idaho Blast 8-4, as Alyssa Krause, Sophie Nungesser and Kaylyn Rice all hit 2-run singles, and Madi Cleave had 3 RBIs. The Crush beat the Spokane Stealth 7-3, as Kristine Schmidt hit a double along and Alyssa Krause hit an RBI double. In bracket games Sunday, the Crush beat the North Idaho Thunder 8-7, as Kristine Schmidt hit a triple and Brynn Tolzmann had an RBI double. The Crush beat the Avalanche from Montana 13-10. Brynn Tolzmann, Kristine Schmidt and Matea Dorame all hit RBI doubles, Brynn hitting two doubles. Kaylyn Rice hit a double. In the championship game, the Crush beat the Impact from Spokane Valley 10-5. Madi Cleave hit a 3-run double. Kristine Schmidt and Kailey Cramer both hit RBI doubles. Matea Dorame hit a double, and Sophie Nungesser had 2 RBIs. In the front from left are Kaylyn Rice and Matea Dorame; girls standing from left, Kailey Cramer, Brynn Tolzmann, Madi Cleave, Kristine Schmidt, Alexis Blankenship, Sophie Nungesser, Catherine Bakken and Alyssa Krause; and in the rear, coaches from left, Sean Cleave, Bob Schmidt and Mike Dorame.

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    Courtesy photo The Thorns FC 08G Green girls soccer team participated in the Pend Oreille Cup this past weekend in Sandpoint. On Friday the Thorns beat Spokane Sounders South Rave 2-1. Cameron Fischer had 1 goal. Isabella Grimmett had 1 goal. Izabella Entzi had 1 assist. On Saturday the Thorns beat Surf SC 08 Black North 3-2. Carmeron Fischer, Isabella Grimmett and Anna Ploof each had 1 goal. Early Sunday the Thorns beat Spokane Sounders SDP Valley Girls Ellis 6-1. Izabella Entzi and Cameron Fischer each had 2 goals. Sloan Waddell and Anna Ploof each had 1 goal. Macy Walters and Izabella Entzi each had an assist. Later Sunday, in the championship game, the Thorns lost 2-1 to SSC Shadow G08 United Shultz. Anna Ploof had the Thorns’ goal. In the front row from left are Adysen Robinson, Isabella Grimmett, Anna Ploof, Teagan Slusher and Hayley Brack; and back row from left, coach Tony Grimmett, Macy Walters, Kamryn Kirk, Cameron Fischer, Izabella Entzi and Sloan Waddell.

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    Courtesy photo Last weekend, the Thorns FC 08 Girls Yellow soccer team participated in the Pend Oreille Cup in Sandpoint. From left are Georgia Nelson, Elsie Nelson, Allison Carrico, Nora Ryan, Elizabeth Montgomery, Hannah Shafer, Ella Pearson, Savannah Rojo, Elli Moss and Ashley Breisacher.

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    Courtesy photo Sophomore football player Tommy Hauser is this week’s Post Falls High School Athlete of the Week. Hauser had 10 receptions for 183 yards and a touchdown in last Friday’s game vs. University.

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    Courtesy photo Junior cross country runner Sydney Shanahan was last week’s Post Falls High School Athlete of the Week. Shanahan placed second out of 69 runners at Post Falls River Run, leading the Trojan girls to a first-place finish.

  • Courtesy photo The Timbers North FC Boys 08 Green soccer team took first place in their division at last weekend’s Pend Oreille Cup in Sandpoint. Friday evening they beat the Spokane Sounders Boys 08 South Shale 3-0. Wyatt Carr and Jack Jenkins each had one goal. Reese Crawford had an assist. The third goal was a deflection off the opposing team’s keeper. Preston Samayoa and Collin Storey teamed in goal for the shutout. On Saturday, they beat Flathead Rapids Black 6-2. Jack Jenkins had 2 goals and 2 assists. Parker Sterling scored twice. Kaden Duffield and Preston Samayoa each scored a goal. Reese Crawford, Griffin Patterson, and Mitchell Rietze each had an assist. On Sunday they played two matches. They defeated Spokane Sounders Boys 08 Valley Rave 1-0 in the semifinals. Parker Sterling scored the lone goal. Reese Crawford and Collin Storey teamed in goal for the shutout. Both Timbers North FC Boys 08 teams made it to the championship game with the Timbers Green beating the Timbers Yellow 4-2. Jack Jenkins had a goal and an assist for the Green. Mitchell Rietze, Reilly Smith, and Parker Sterling each scored a goal. Wyatt Carr had an assist. Coaches are Ryan Flowers and Tarragh Carr. Both Timbers North FC Boys 08 Green and Yellow are pictured above. In the front row from left are Donovan Bonar, Kaden Duffield, Reilly Smith, Griffin Patterson, Jack Jenkins, Ben Mello, Beckett Larson, Joshua Rojo, Peyton Ellingson and Canon St. John; and back row from left, Reese Crawford, Karter Engebretsen, Kohen Pintler, Drake Flowers, Jaxon Fantozzi, Isaac Lowder, Collin Storey, Charlie Dircksen, Wyatt Carr, Mitchell Rietze, Trey Lambert, Parker Sterling, Preston Samayoa, Jackson Stolebarger, Charlie Mattila and Hudson Barlow.

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    Photo by AMY CHAMBERS The Coeur d’Alene Crush 04 went 6-0 to win the 14U division at the Spokane (SGFSA) Fall Classic at the Dwight Merkel Sports Complex in Spokane. The Crush totalled 64 hits during the weekend, led by Matea Dorame with a team-high 10. The Crush won the championship game against Spokane Valley Impact 10-5 on Sunday. In pool play, the Crush beat the Spokane Diamonds 14-1 on Friday. Brynn Tolzmann had a triple and and Alyssa Krause hit an RBI triple. Kaylyn Rice hit an RBI double. Kailey Cramer had 2 RBIs. The Crush beat the North Idaho Blast 8-4, as Alyssa Krause, Sophie Nungesser and Kaylyn Rice all hit 2-run singles, and Madi Cleave had 3 RBIs. The Crush beat the Spokane Stealth 7-3, as Kristine Schmidt hit a double along and Alyssa Krause hit an RBI double. In bracket games Sunday, the Crush beat the North Idaho Thunder 8-7, as Kristine Schmidt hit a triple and Brynn Tolzmann had an RBI double. The Crush beat the Avalanche from Montana 13-10. Brynn Tolzmann, Kristine Schmidt and Matea Dorame all hit RBI doubles, Brynn hitting two doubles. Kaylyn Rice hit a double. In the championship game, the Crush beat the Impact from Spokane Valley 10-5. Madi Cleave hit a 3-run double. Kristine Schmidt and Kailey Cramer both hit RBI doubles. Matea Dorame hit a double, and Sophie Nungesser had 2 RBIs. In the front from left are Kaylyn Rice and Matea Dorame; girls standing from left, Kailey Cramer, Brynn Tolzmann, Madi Cleave, Kristine Schmidt, Alexis Blankenship, Sophie Nungesser, Catherine Bakken and Alyssa Krause; and in the rear, coaches from left, Sean Cleave, Bob Schmidt and Mike Dorame.

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    Courtesy photo The Thorns FC 08G Green girls soccer team participated in the Pend Oreille Cup this past weekend in Sandpoint. On Friday the Thorns beat Spokane Sounders South Rave 2-1. Cameron Fischer had 1 goal. Isabella Grimmett had 1 goal. Izabella Entzi had 1 assist. On Saturday the Thorns beat Surf SC 08 Black North 3-2. Carmeron Fischer, Isabella Grimmett and Anna Ploof each had 1 goal. Early Sunday the Thorns beat Spokane Sounders SDP Valley Girls Ellis 6-1. Izabella Entzi and Cameron Fischer each had 2 goals. Sloan Waddell and Anna Ploof each had 1 goal. Macy Walters and Izabella Entzi each had an assist. Later Sunday, in the championship game, the Thorns lost 2-1 to SSC Shadow G08 United Shultz. Anna Ploof had the Thorns’ goal. In the front row from left are Adysen Robinson, Isabella Grimmett, Anna Ploof, Teagan Slusher and Hayley Brack; and back row from left, coach Tony Grimmett, Macy Walters, Kamryn Kirk, Cameron Fischer, Izabella Entzi and Sloan Waddell.

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    Courtesy photo Last weekend, the Thorns FC 08 Girls Yellow soccer team participated in the Pend Oreille Cup in Sandpoint. From left are Georgia Nelson, Elsie Nelson, Allison Carrico, Nora Ryan, Elizabeth Montgomery, Hannah Shafer, Ella Pearson, Savannah Rojo, Elli Moss and Ashley Breisacher.

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    Courtesy photo Sophomore football player Tommy Hauser is this week’s Post Falls High School Athlete of the Week. Hauser had 10 receptions for 183 yards and a touchdown in last Friday’s game vs. University.

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    Courtesy photo Junior cross country runner Sydney Shanahan was last week’s Post Falls High School Athlete of the Week. Shanahan placed second out of 69 runners at Post Falls River Run, leading the Trojan girls to a first-place finish.

POST FALLS PARKS AND RECREATION

Flag football

K-1st

Fred’s Plumbing: Lincoln Babb- TD, 7 tackles; Bodhi Keopl-2 pt PAT; Brycen Lenz-1 pt PAT, 2 tackles; Zachary Mittelstadt- TD, tackle; Levi Tebbe- TD, tackle; Austin Fanning-TD, 5 tackles

Kootenai Law Group: Boston Anderson-2 TD’s, 5 tackles; Sam Green-4 tackles; Jonah Plummer- TD, 2 tackles; Elliott West-2 pt PAT, 3 tackles

Lakeside Pediatrics: Mason Fantozzi-TD; Dallas Hays- TD, 3 tackles; Bryce Lively- TD; Brody Myers-2 tackles; Kade Robbins-2 tackles; Gabriel Rodriguez-tackle

Little Smiles Pediatric Dentistry: Brody Barker-2 TD’s, 2 tackles; Braxton Smith- TD; Koa Fenter-Interception

2nd-4th

Architects West: Jaxon Lachapelle-30-yd TD run, 1 Pt PAT, Reception, 3 tackles; Landon Leveque-25-yd TD run, 20-yd TD run, 30-yd TD run, 5 tackles; Tristen Nelson-TD, Reception, Interception, 2 tackles; Rylee Rook-5 tackles; Cole Clyne-Tackle

Coeur d’Alene Dental Center: Beckett Field-35-yd Run; Chase Gordon-2 tackles; Trenton Jones-tackle 15-yd run; Charlie McVey- 20-yd run; Brayson Moore-2 tackles; Josh Sampson-3 tackles; Porter Van Valin- tackle

Hayden Vision Source: Kamryn Braga-2 tackles, 15-yd run; Rylan Braga-20-yd TD run, 20-yd Interception return for TD, tackle; Jack Dagle-4 tackles; Hudson Gray- 2- 1-PT PAT’s, Reception, 2 tackles; Shane Kilgore-2 tackles; Brett Martin-20-yd TD run, 2 tackles; Tristen Martin-Interception; Cole Nelson- tackle; Molly Nelson-30-yd TD run, 5 tackles; Nash Russell-2 tackles; Ryder VanValin- 2 tackles

Lancaster Market: Liam Anderson-tackle; Gavin Kenner-tackle; Clay Larwin-TD, Tackle, sack; Roman Wullenwaber-TD, 1 pt PAT, Tackles

The Murray Group: Jackson Anderson-TD pass, tackle, sacks; Blake Baune-2 pt PAT, Interception; Justin Fagan- TD, TD-Pass, Interception, Tackle; Devon Flores- tackle; Connor Hiltenbrand-tackle; Wyatt Laiva-TD, 3 tackles; Ben Murray- TD, 7 tackles; Brody Smith- tackle; Thomas Taylor-2 TD’s, Reception, 4 tackles; Tyler Zachary-Tackle

Periwinkle Childern’s Therapy: Colby Adams-Reception, 3 tackles; Terraence Alexander- TD, Tackle;Tyler Alexander-tackle; Nick Franssen JR-tackle; Gage McMurray-tackle; Jackson Tanner-tackle

Soccer

Sept. 8

Mini

Axis Spine Center: Kamryn Gadberry-4 goals, Cashton Kirk-1 goal

Bailey Media Productions: Ragon McCracken-2 goals; Makenna Scholten-3 goals

Coeur d’Alene Dental Center: Wyatt Edmonds-3 goals

Dr. Dance Dentistry For Kids: Mack Berend-3 goals; Brody Cantrell-1 goal; Madison Fisher-1 goal

Elite Chiropractic: Jett Crandall-1 goal, Brody Mittelstadt-3 goals

Jan Jesberger Insurance: Hadley Glover-2 goals, Corbin Nagrone-1 goal

JUB Engineers: Benjamin Jackson-1 goal

Little Smiles Pediatric Dentistry: Braxton Habeck-1 goal

Mist INC.: MckInley Crisp-2 goals; Archer Underdahl-1 goal

Northwest Utility INC.: Hayden Hays-1 goal; Evelyn Kiehl-1 goal; Noah Rhodes-1 goal

RA Design: Zander Rider-1 goal

Saturday Night INC.: No Stats Available

Smith & Malek PLLC: Nolan Dougherty-4 goals; Olivia Robinson-1 goal; Scarlett Smith-2 goals

Super 1 Foods: Vance Corbeill-2 goals; Thatcher Lechleitner-1 goal

The Wellness Bar: Beck Engebretsen-1 goal

Micro

DigitalBarr: Benjamin Thomas-4

Dr. Dance Dentistry for Kids: Raegan Fish-1 goal; Elijah Gasper-1 goal; Daniel Kellmer-1 goal

Elite Chiropractic: Otto Parson-4 goals

Fred’s Plumbing: Autumn Evans-5 goals; Jailyn Scott-1 goals; Elayna Smith-1 goal

Jan Jesberger Insurance: Nicholas Leslie-1 goal

Lakeside Pediatrics: Trent Gustin-1 goal

Lancaster Market: Finley Calkins-4 goals; Peyton Cantrell-1 goal; Samuel Horner-1 goal; Keaton Knoll-2 goals

Laser Bugs: Luke Baune-1 goal; Georgia Carr-2 goals; Amelia Green-1 goal

Little Smiles Pediatric Dentistry: Callie Moscone-1 goal; Parker Plasted-1 goal; Karis Vatterrodt-1 goal

McDonald’s: Nathan Gillie-2 goals; Elias Schmehl-1 goal

Mountain Lions: No Stats Available

Redman & Company Insurance: Hunter Hasek-1 goal; Harlow Morin-2 goals; Jayden Reilly-1 goal

Saturday Night INC.: No Stats Available

Schofield Dental: Grayson Priebe-4 goals; Whitney Schofield-2 goals

Super 1 Foods: No Stats Available

Titan Spring: Carter Mitchell-2 goals; Sophia Mitchell-1 goal; Jackson Preece-2 goals; Savannah Preece-1 goal

8U Girls

The Blue Plate Cafe: Olivia Hynes-1 goal; Brynlee Johnston-1 goal; Molly Ploof-2 goals

CDA Structures: No Stats Available

Meckel Engineering: Anna Estep-2 goals; Paige Wassink-1 goal

Titan Spring: No Stats Available

8U Boys

Andy’s Heating & Cooling: No Stats Available

Hayden Les SChwab: Jovanni Stanton-1 goal; Dylan Stuck-1 goal

JLC Fabspeed: Liam Garr-Coles-3 goals

Toro Viejo: Sebastian Guitron-1 goal; Brody Martin-5 goals

10U

Ace Drywall: Kylah Chavez-1 goal; Marcus McFadden-4 goals; Brayen Osterdock-4 goals

Applied Rite Exteriors: Taylin Everingham-2 goals; Colton Scott-2 goals

Hayden Vision Source: Peyton Pool-1 goal

Steel Structures America: No Stats Available

Terra Underground: Taytem Frazier-1 goal; Kyler Harrison-1 goal

Trinity Church: Hayden Adams-1 goal; Nathan Howe-1 goal

Super 1 Foods: Connor Johnson-1 goal; Jesse Sundberg-1 goal

12U

Adapt Allstars: Emilee Mitchell-1 goal; Ella Moore-1 goal

Hayden Triathlon: Audrey Bell-3 goals

NYC Piano Bar: No Stats Available

Steel Structures America: Zachary Mckenna-2 goals; Nathan Ringger-1 goal; Vanessa Villelli-1 goal; Regan Wright-1 goal

TeleRad Connect: Jackson Busby-1 goal; Bennet Deschryver-1 goal; Jensen Elliott-3 goal; Chloe Frank-1 goal; Joshua Nixon-2 goals; Joshua Nixon-1 goal

14U

Austin’s Ladder: Nolan Deschryver-1 goal; Logan Haynes-1 goal; Ross Lindhorst-1 goal; Charlie Pinto-1 goal

CCS: Michael Marshall-1 goal

Terra Underground: No Stats Available

Trinity Church: Owen Hughes-2 goals

SELECT SOCCER

Timbers North FC 07 Boys Red: The Timbers were on the road this past weekend. The first game of the weekend was a 5-0 loss to NLTC B07 Brasil in West Richland, Wash., but the Timbers came out strong on Sunday to defeat United SC Aguilitas Juniors 4-3 in Wenatchee. Liam Martin scored the team’s first goal within the first 10 minutes of play. United scored to tie things up, but Keaton Gust responded quickly with the Timbers’ second goal. A corner kick by Philip Du resulted in goal number three by Ronan Sternberg. Defender Kyle Waddell moved the ball up to Gust, whose pass across the goal gave Sternberg the opportunity to score his second goal of the day. United scored two more goals on penalty kicks, but the Timbers maintained the lead.

Timbers North FC 05 Red boys: The Timbers, coached by Mike Thompson, began league play in the Regional Club League, U14 age group.

The Timbers North FC 05 Red boys won 3-2 in Federal Way, Wash., on Saturday vs. Federal Way FC. Goals were scored by Cooper Prohaska, Landon Lee and Bryce Allred. An assist was made by Isaac Fritts. Miles Taylor had nine saves in goal.

On Sunday, in Lynnwood, Wash., the Timbers won 6-1 vs. GS Surf FC. Jayce Simmet scored a hat trick, Cooper Prohaska scored 2 goals and Isaac Fritts scored 1. Gunner Larson and Landon Lee had assists. Miles Taylor had three saves.

Thorns FC North ’09 Girls Yellow: The Thorns opened the Pend Oreille Cup in Sandpoint on Saturday with a 13-2 win over Eastern Washington Surf. Thorns scorers included Olivia Smith with 5 goals, Chloe Burkholder with 4 goals, Savannah Spencer with 2 goals and Ryann Blair and Addison Karoblis with one goal each.

The tables were turned in the next game vs. FC Spokane Strasser, which was an 11-1 loss; Smith’s goal averted a shutout.

In the final game vs FC Spokane Orwick, the Thorns lost 4-3, with 2 goals by Ashley Yates and a third by Smith. Clara Schmidt and Kyleah Cline played strong in midfield.

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