PREP ROUNDUP: Lakeland, Sandpoint split in 4A IEL slugfest

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• SOFTBALL

RATHDRUM — It took a few innings, but once the bats warmed up for Lakeland, they heated up.

Taylor Woolley homered and drove in three two runs, Allison Russum and Alaina Pruitt had three hits each and the Hawks took the first game of a 4A Inland Empire League doubleheader 9-1 over the Sandpoint Bulldogs at Lakeland High on Wednesday.

Woolley — who struck out seven — scored three runs for Lakeland, which finished the opener with 15 hits.

In the nightcap, Sandpoint scored eight runs in the first inning and then held off Lakeland 17-10 to get the split.

Russum had four hits, Pruitt three hits and Woolley three runs scored in the nightcap for Lakeland (4-11, 3-1 4A IEL), which travels to Sandpoint next Tuesday.

FIRST GAME

Sandpoint 000 100 0 — 1 8 0

Lakeland 000 324 x — 9 15 0

Davis and Dewey; Taylor Woolley, Haylee Smit (7) and Mia O’Hara. W — Woolley. L — Davis.

HITS: Spt — Cessna 2, Irish, Loutzenhiser, Steiger, Dewey, Petit 2. LL — Brack 2, Woolley 3, Gallus 2, Russum 3, Pruitt 3, Cooley 2. 2B — Russum, Woolley. HR — Woolley.

SECOND GAME

Sandpoint 800 222 3 — 17 15 0

Lakeland 220 321 0 — 10 18 1

Irish and Dewey; Kathryn Wardak, Taylor Woolley (1) and Mia O’Hara. W — Irish. L — Wardak.

HITS: Spt — Cessna 3, Irish, Davis, Adam, Authier 2, Steiger 2, Dewey 2, Petit 2. LL — Woolley 2, Gallus 3, O’Hara, Russum 4, Pruitt 3, Cooley 2, Wardak, See 2. 2B — Cessna, Russum, Woolley. HR — Irish, Authier, Woolley.

• BOYS TENNIS

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SPOKANE VALLEY — Chris Swider covered a lot of ground for his first singles match for the Viking boys this spring.

Swider, who has played mixed doubles this season his sister — Sarah — beat Carsten Blegen of University in straight sets, 6-0 and 7-5.

“Chris was outstanding,” Coeur d’Alene boys coach Dan O’Connor said. “He was all over the court and getting to balls nobody else could get. He was tough in that first set, and then really grinded out the second for the win.”

The teams split boys singles 2-2.

“(Coeur d’Alene No. 1) Bayley (Throm), although he lost, played really well,” O’Connor said. “He handled himself really well the entire match and played well. It was a good match for us overall. We battled, but just couldn’t quite pull it out.”

Coeur d’Alene is scheduled to host Sandpoint today at 3 p.m.

BOYS SINGLES — No. 1, Joel Thompson, UHi, d. Bayley Throm, 6-4, 6-3. No. 2, Chris Swider, Cd’A, d. Carsten Blegen, 6-0, 7-5. No. 3, Noah Cobb, Cd’A, d. Sebastian Sanders, 6-1, 6-4. No. 4, David Palozzolo, UHi, d. Justin Jaworski, 6-3, 6-1.

BOYS DOUBLES — No. 1, Austin Altenander/Jacob Brown, UHi, d. Nez Ogle/Kobie DeLeonard, 6-3, 6-2. No. 2, Wes Sando/Guillermo Fernandez, CdA, d. Cam Phillips/Christian Morales, 6-4, 6-3. No. 3, Andrew Frye/Isaiah Wooley, UHi, d. Nick Probst/Zack Lara, 6-4, 4-6, 10-3.

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