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  • Courtesy photo The Volei Xtreme under-14 volleyball team participated in the NCWVBC “Lights Out” tournament on Saturday in Wenatchee, Wash. Volei Extreme went undefeated and won the tournament. The team, with players from the Post Falls/Rathdrum area, won all seven of its matches. From left are assistant coach Alyana South, Olivia Cooper, Katy Ryan, Maya Blake, Leyah de Souza, Abbey Neff, Daphne Carrol, Kyralyn Johnson, Megan Dietz, Berkeley Knight, Ellie Carlson and head coach Adriano de Souza.

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    Courtesy photo The Kootenai Elite Volleyball Academy (KEVA) under-16 gold team won the ERVA Power League qualifier tournament Jan. 8 at the HUB Sports Center in Liberty Lake. From left are Summer Powell, Olivia Mikkelsen, Eva Knight, Cierra Brandt, Grace Hicks, Ashley Kaufman, Janae Rayborn and Rhea Jansen. Not pictured are Tessa Sarff and coach Nicole Rayborn.

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    Courtesy photo The Coeur d’Alene Vipers took first place in the River City fourth-grade boys basketball league. The Vipers went 7-0 during the season. In the front row from left are Boston Shull, Tyler Voorhees, Logan Anderson and Zane Willingham; and back row from left, Cameron Hildreth, Ben Hannigan-Luther, Braden Meredith and Kyle Johnson. Not pictured are coach Anderson, coach Hildreth and coach Voorhees.

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    Courtesy photo The North Idaho Inferno girls recently finished their first Indoor Soccer League at Spokane Soccer Center, going 7-0-1 with 44 goals for and 11 goals against. From left are Cali Shipman, Sammi Penick, Junior Briseno, Lauren Hoffeld, Bethany Gilmor, Sarah Smith, Georgie Simpson, Mackenzie Wells, Carly Schacher, Katelyn Jesienouski, Bella Rebay, Alexis Black and Vi Teeters. Not pictured are Ruben and Maria Briseno.

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    Courtesy photo Top-three placers in the 10-11 year-old age group for the 2017 Coeur d’Alene Elks Hoop Shoot are, front row from left, girls third-place finisher Violet Andrews, second place Lauren Bengtson and champion Kamryn Pickford, boys champion Steven Anderson, second place Deacon Kiesbuy and third place Isaac Ziegler; and back row from left, Coeur d’Alene Hoop Shoot Director Rick Alexander, Idaho Elks President Steve Meier and Coeur d’Alene Elks President Jerry Adamson.

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    Courtesy photo Pictured are the top finishers at the 2017 Coeur d’Alene Hoop Shoot 12-13 age group. In the front row from left, girls third-place finisher Sophia Munoz, second place Alexis Heath and champion Alexis Blankenship, boys champion Taylor Menti, second place Zachary Endreson and third place Wyatt Howard; and back row from left, Coeur d’Alene Hoop Shoot Director Rick Alexander, Idaho Elks President Steve Meier and Coeur d’Alene Elks President Jerry Adamson.

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    Courtesy photo Pictured are the top finishers in the 8-9 year-old age group at the recent Coeur d’Alene Elks 2017 Hoop Shoot. In the front row from left, girls third place finisher Malia Miller, second place Karisa Wallis and champion Laythia Warner, boys champion Jace Taylor, second place Cody Trost and third place Brock Carpenter; and back row from left, Coeur d’Alene Hoop Shoot Director Rick Alexander, Idaho Elks President Steve Meier and Coeur d’Alene Elks President Jerry Adamson.

  • Courtesy photo The Volei Xtreme under-14 volleyball team participated in the NCWVBC “Lights Out” tournament on Saturday in Wenatchee, Wash. Volei Extreme went undefeated and won the tournament. The team, with players from the Post Falls/Rathdrum area, won all seven of its matches. From left are assistant coach Alyana South, Olivia Cooper, Katy Ryan, Maya Blake, Leyah de Souza, Abbey Neff, Daphne Carrol, Kyralyn Johnson, Megan Dietz, Berkeley Knight, Ellie Carlson and head coach Adriano de Souza.

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    Courtesy photo The Kootenai Elite Volleyball Academy (KEVA) under-16 gold team won the ERVA Power League qualifier tournament Jan. 8 at the HUB Sports Center in Liberty Lake. From left are Summer Powell, Olivia Mikkelsen, Eva Knight, Cierra Brandt, Grace Hicks, Ashley Kaufman, Janae Rayborn and Rhea Jansen. Not pictured are Tessa Sarff and coach Nicole Rayborn.

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    Courtesy photo The Coeur d’Alene Vipers took first place in the River City fourth-grade boys basketball league. The Vipers went 7-0 during the season. In the front row from left are Boston Shull, Tyler Voorhees, Logan Anderson and Zane Willingham; and back row from left, Cameron Hildreth, Ben Hannigan-Luther, Braden Meredith and Kyle Johnson. Not pictured are coach Anderson, coach Hildreth and coach Voorhees.

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    Courtesy photo The North Idaho Inferno girls recently finished their first Indoor Soccer League at Spokane Soccer Center, going 7-0-1 with 44 goals for and 11 goals against. From left are Cali Shipman, Sammi Penick, Junior Briseno, Lauren Hoffeld, Bethany Gilmor, Sarah Smith, Georgie Simpson, Mackenzie Wells, Carly Schacher, Katelyn Jesienouski, Bella Rebay, Alexis Black and Vi Teeters. Not pictured are Ruben and Maria Briseno.

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    Courtesy photo Top-three placers in the 10-11 year-old age group for the 2017 Coeur d’Alene Elks Hoop Shoot are, front row from left, girls third-place finisher Violet Andrews, second place Lauren Bengtson and champion Kamryn Pickford, boys champion Steven Anderson, second place Deacon Kiesbuy and third place Isaac Ziegler; and back row from left, Coeur d’Alene Hoop Shoot Director Rick Alexander, Idaho Elks President Steve Meier and Coeur d’Alene Elks President Jerry Adamson.

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    Courtesy photo Pictured are the top finishers at the 2017 Coeur d’Alene Hoop Shoot 12-13 age group. In the front row from left, girls third-place finisher Sophia Munoz, second place Alexis Heath and champion Alexis Blankenship, boys champion Taylor Menti, second place Zachary Endreson and third place Wyatt Howard; and back row from left, Coeur d’Alene Hoop Shoot Director Rick Alexander, Idaho Elks President Steve Meier and Coeur d’Alene Elks President Jerry Adamson.

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    Courtesy photo Pictured are the top finishers in the 8-9 year-old age group at the recent Coeur d’Alene Elks 2017 Hoop Shoot. In the front row from left, girls third place finisher Malia Miller, second place Karisa Wallis and champion Laythia Warner, boys champion Jace Taylor, second place Cody Trost and third place Brock Carpenter; and back row from left, Coeur d’Alene Hoop Shoot Director Rick Alexander, Idaho Elks President Steve Meier and Coeur d’Alene Elks President Jerry Adamson.

GYMNASTICS

Technique Gymnastics hosted the first Snow Globe Classic on Jan. 7-8 at Lakeland High School. Listed below are the gymnasts who placed in the top 3 in their age groups.

Level 2s: 2nd Place Team

Allie Myhre; 1st on Beam, 2nd on Vault, 3rd on Floor, and 2nd All Around

Viviann Crebs; 2nd on Bars, tied for 3rd on Vault, and 3rd All Around

Karlie Mosqueda; 1st on Beam, tied for 1st on Floor, and tied for 3rd All Around

Level 3s: 2nd Place Team

Kirsten Iames; 1st on Vault, 1st on Floor, 2nd on Bars, tied for 2nd on Beam, and 1st All Around

Gaby Forsythe; 2nd on Vault

Laila Gilbreath; 2nd on Beam and 2nd All Around

Myriah Foeller; 2nd on Bars and 2nd on Beam

Brooklynn Widmer; 2nd on Floor, 3rd on Bars, and 2nd All Around

Khloe Martin; 2nd on Floor, 3rd on Beam, and 3rd All Around

Elsa Laker; 2nd on Vault

Kaydence Lamb; 3rd on Vault

Level 4s

Naomi Fritts; 1st on Bars, 3rd on Vault, 3rd on Beam, 3rd on Floor and 1st All Around

Cadence Wurster; 3rd on Bars and 3rd on Beam

Xcel Silver: 3rd Place Team

Amber Shoolroy; 1st on Vault, 2nd on Beam, 3rd on Bars, and 2nd All Around

Taylor Payne; 3rd on Floor, and 3rd on Vault

Katie Kirk; 2nd on Floor, and 3rd on Vault

Kaitlynn Butler; 3rd on Floor

Xcel Gold: 1st Place Team

Rylee Strobel; 1st on Beam, 2nd on Floor, tied for 2nd on Vault, 3rd on Bars, and 1st All Around

Ana Pearse; tied for 1st on Vault, 1st on Bars, and 1st on Floor

Karsyn Crawford; 2nd on Beam, 3rd on Vault, and 3rd All Around

Moriah Mosqueda; 1st on Beam, 2nd on Bars, and 2nd All Around

Natalie Brett; 1st on Beam, 3rd on Floor, and 2nd All Around

Xcel Platinum

Bethany Frey; 1st on Vault, 1st on Bars, 1st on Floor, and 2nd All Around

Mallory Okon; tied for 2nd on Vault, tied for 3rd on Bars, and 3rd All Around

BOWLING

Sunset Bowling Center

Saturday Juniors

High Scratch Game Boy - Travis Kaufman - 247

High Scratch Series Boy - Isaiah Martinez - 639

High Handicap Game Boy - Caleb Kearl - 297

High Handicap Series Boy - Tyler Schoen - 752

High Scratch Game Girl - Shaynie Montee - 236

High Scratch Series Girl - Natalee Findley - 499

High Handicap Game Girl - Haley Nava - 265

High Handicap Series Girl - Emily Cartwright - 697

200 games - Isaiah Martinez - 200 & 246; Jackson Davenport - 209; Blake English - 201; Travis Kaufman - 247 & 230; Shaynie Montee - 211, 226 & 236; Anthony Huck - 205, 212 & 210.

600 + Series - Isaiah Martinez - 639; Travis Kaufman - 636; Shaynie Montee - 673; Anthony Huck - 627

Sunset Kids

High Scratch Game Boy - Elisha Ferguson - 115

High Scratch Series Boy - Hunter Schlager - 235

High Handicap Game Boy - Brandon Gellegos - 186

High Handicap Series Boy - Nathan Babor - 487

High Scratch Game Girl - Jody Hammond - 86

High Scratch Series Girl - Ruby Goodknight - 153

High Handicap Game Girl - Drew Hammond - 164

High Handicap Series Girl - Brooklyn Babor - 446

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