PREP ROUNDUP: Coeur d’Alene boys claim Kraus invite

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Courtesy photo The Coeur d'Alene boys varsity team won the Kraus Invitational on Friday at Avondale Golf Club in Hayden. From left, are: Jax Wilson, Adam Bruns, Parker Freeman, Mason Zwinger, Oliver Dingman, Trace Goucher, Dillon Cayko, Jackson Davenport, Sam Johnson, Brayden Ogle, Cole Jaworski, Wyatt Williams and coach Bryan Duncan.

• GOLF

It was good enough on Friday.

How it will rank down the road, that’s to be determined.

The Coeur d’Alene boys claimed the team title with a 309 at the Kraus Invitational on Friday at Avondale Golf Club.

Four of five golfers for Coeur d’Alene were under 80.

“It was nice to see a big tournament for the kids,” Coeur d’Alene coach Bryan Duncan said. “Even though we won, it was kind of frustrating. To compete at state, we’ve got to continue to get better. We’ve got a few guys stuck in a rut right now and making mental errors. We need to get around the course a little better.”

At Hayden Lake Country Club, Mead won the girls team title, with Lake City finishing second.

“The girls are starting to play great golf,” Lake City girls coach Corey Owen said. “In my third year as coach, I think this is the first time we have had all five varsity girls under 100. They have been working really hard and this year, and it is showing on their scorecards.”

KRAUS INVITATIONAL

BOYS

At Avondale Golf Club

MEDALIST — Bryden Brown, Moscow, 75.

TEAM SCORES — 1, Coeur d’Alene 309. 2, Ferris 320. 3, Post Falls 329. 4 (tie), Moscow 341 Coeur d’Alene JV 341. 6, Kellogg 350. 7, Lake City 355. 8, Lewiston 356. 9, Lakeland 357. 10, Coeur d’Alene JV No. 2 372. 11, Sandpoint 378. 12, North Central 388. 13, Freeman 397. 14, Timberlake 412. 15, Priest River 451.

COEUR d’ALENE — Brayden Ogle 79, Jackson Davenport 83, Wyatt Williams 77, Cole Jaworksi 77, Sam Johnson 76.

POST FALLS — Jacob Glenn 78, John Gordon 80, Dominic Mosby 83, Boen Torgerson 88, Dillon Doucet 93.

COEUR d’ALENE JV — Trace Goucher 79, Adams Bruns 93, Dillon Cayko 85, Mason Zwinger 84, Trevor Drummond 99.

KELLOGG — Taylor Bush 77, Archie Rauenhorst 89, Robby Bublitz 98, Graden Nearing 89, Griffey Doerschel 95.

LAKE CITY — Cameron Johnson 83, Ryan Chapman 80, Davon Safford 79, Alex Barrett DNF, Greyden Lee 113.

LAKELAND — Ashton Waddington 87, Aden Sandlen 97, Sam Schneider 94, Cody Elmose 92, Rhonin Edwards 84.

COEUR d’ALENE JV No. 2 — Ethan Skelton 97, Parker Freeman 77, Jax Wilson 100, Aiden Myers 115, Oliver Dingman 98.

SANDPOINT — Joel Johnson 102, Seth McCutchen 100, Caelan Darling 82, Harley Davis 100, Davis Macdonald 96.

TIMBERLAKE — Wyatt Dickenson 95, Mason Zollinger 104, Chris Conrath 118, Dawson Hunt 98, Brayden Coleman 138.

PRIEST RIVER — Kameron Salesky 97, Ben Zapfe 108, Rowen Fegert 112, Brady O’Brier 134, Jim Isenberger 137.

INDIVIDUALS — Shane Gamber, Priest River, 129; Kyle Patterson, Priest River, 136; Brennan Froelich, Lake City, 112; Mason Burcham, Lakeland, 101; Richie Thomas, Lakeland, 102; Joshua Hall, Lake City, 105.

GIRLS

At Hayden Lake Country Club

MEDALIST — Cami Culp, Mead, 75.

TEAM SCORES — 1, Mead 345. 2, Lake City 352. 3 (tie), Lewiston, Sandpoint 369. 5, Coeur d’Alene 390. 6, Post Falls 404. 7, Kellogg 421. 8, Timberlake 436. 9, Lakeland 441. 10, Coeur d’Alene JV 456. 11, Priest River 483.

LAKE CITY — Kyla Currie 80, Marisa Hagerty 97, Taryn Cherry 91, Echo Anderson 95, Jojo Dodge 86.

SANDPOINT — Cece Deprez 88, Hattie Larson 84, Camille Neuder 96, Annaby Kanning 101, Aly Irish 107.

COEUR d’ALENE — Martina Hicks 85, Holly Hudson 95, Marin Rowley 107, Olivia Dixon 105, PJ Hayes 105.

POST FALLS — Maya Zane 105, Camden Leovox 99, Renee Mosby 104, Catherine Gordon 96, Bella Mackesy 126.

KELLOGG — Kat Rauenhorst 83, Emma Bristow 104, Alyssa Milliron 106, Gracie Miller 128, Jezzy Hall 136.

TIMBERLAKE — Izzy Hillard 106, Hanna Mendenhall 92, Emma Torr 125, Brooke Jessen 113, Madeline Hunter 142.

LAKELAND — Sydney Suko 125, Makayla Higbee 100, Madison Kellner 106, Tatem Gorton 111, Cheyenne Friddle 124.

COEUR d’ALENE JV — Bri Priest 106, Paige Crabb 112, Lydia Etchevarry 125, Claire Cameron 113, Kate White 129.

INDIVIDUALS — Clara Carpenter, Coeur d’Alene, 126; Grace Hite, Lake City, 92; Lily Kimmel, Lake City, 102; Claire Romero, Lake City, 113; Karsen Granier, Sandpoint, 126.

• BASEBALL

Timberlake 11-8

Priest River 1-7

SPIRIT LAKE — Jack McDonald struck out nine, Kobe Harris went 3 for 3 with three RBIs, leading the Tigers past the Spartans in the first game of an Intermountain League doubleheader.

In the nightcap, Timberlake scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh to get a sweep.

“Jack pitched really well again and we played solid defense behind him,” Timberlake coach Cameron Knigge said. “In the second game, we didn’t play solid defense. They took advantage of our mistakes and we made a lot of errors with nobody out. We were able to get some guys on and find a way, but I want our guys to remember that anyone can beat anyone on any given day. We’ll move forward and get better.”

Timberlake (7-6-1, 6-0 IML) travels to Bonners Ferry for a doubleheader on Tuesday starting at 3 p.m.

FIRST GAME

Priest River 001 00 — 1 2 2

Timberlake 611 01 — 11 10 1

Game called with no outs in bottom of 5th inning due to 10-run rule.

Justin Allbee and Brendan Reeves; Jack McDonald and Zac Larsen. W — McDonald. L — Allbee.

HITS: PR — Reeves, Lucas. TL — McDonald, Harris 3, Drake, Powell, Knerr, Benefield, James 2. 2B — Lucas, Harris, McDonald. 3B — McDonald.

SECOND GAME

Priest River 000 102 4 — 7 10 5

Timberlake 100 112 3 — 8 6 4

Jantzen Lucas, Jordan Best (6) and Brendan Reeves; Alex Drake, Jacob Hessing (5), Jacob James (7) and Louis Powell. W — James. L — Best.

HITS: PR — Reeves 3, Hannah, Rodgers, Shockey, Allbee 2, Lucas, Moran. TL — McDonald 2, Powell, Larsen, Benefield, Hessing. 2B — Moran, Rodgers, Hannah, McDonald, Powell.

• SOFTBALL

Timberlake 6-11

Priest River 2-0

SPIRIT LAKE — Bernie Carhart drove in four runs on the day, Jaycee Jerome and Ashlyn Mallet homered, and the Tigers swept the Spartans in Intermountain League play.

Becca Malloy, who pitched both games, struck out 10 and walked two in the twinbill for Timberlake (8-1, 6-0 IML), which hosts Bonners Ferry for a doubleheader on Tuesday starting at 3 p.m.

“The kids just keep getting better each game,” Timberlake coach Casi Lupinacci said. “Becca did an awesome job today and seemed to get better as the day went on.”

FIRST GAME

Priest River 000 002 0 — 2 5 5

Timberlake 220 101 x — 6 8 1

Randolph and Martin; Becca Malloy and Maddy Salois. W — Malloy. L — Randolph.

HITS: PR — Kendle, Kren 2, Minish, Lederle. TL — L. Carhart 2, B. Carhart 3, Malloy, Lindley 2. 2B — Kren, B. Carhart, Lindley.

SECOND GAME

Priest River 000 00 — 0 5 1

Timberlake 216 2x — 11 11 1

Nichols, Randolph (3) and Martin; Becca Malloy and Maddy Salois. W — Malloy. L — Nichols.

HITS: PR — Nichols, Kendle, Kren, Minish, Hegel. TL — Carhart 2, Malloy, Salois 2, Jerome 2, Mallet 2, Howard 2. 2B — Mallet. HR — Jerome, Mallet.

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