Youth Sports May 15, 2019

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  • Courtesy photo The Thorns North FC Girls 03 took second place last weekend in the club’s Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament. The Thorns beat the Missoula Strikers Red 3-0, Flathead Valley United 03G 4-2 and 2-0, before conceding to Flathead Valley United 02G 4-1 in the championship game. Kamryn Becker had 3 goals for the tournament, 1 assist by Amber Aittama. Lily Fletcher, Amber Aittama and Taytum Curtis each had 2 goals with 2 assists by Kamryn Becker, and Lily Tweedy had 1 goal. Hailey Parks was in goal for the Thorns. In the front row from left are Kali McKellips, Lilith Tweedy, Erin McPhee, Reagan Hartzell, Samantha Veare, Hailey Parks, Claire Romero, Lily Fletcher, Taytum Curtis and Camellia Merrill; and back row from left, coach Julio Morales, Riley Scherr, Amber Aittama, Madison Klundt, Kamryn Becker, Myah Rietze and Sophia Allan.

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    Courtesy photo North Idaho Elite won the Warehouse May Madness 4th/5th-grade championship 37-35 in OT vs. Built-4-ball. In the front row from left are Ben Mcelvany, Brett Johnson and Maddox Lindquist; and back row from left, coach Mike Lindquist, Britton Johnston, Tanner Stern, Jordan Carlson, Jackson Hackett, coach Royce Johnston and coach Chris Carlson.

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    Courtesy photo The Thorns North FC U15 girls soccer team took second place overall last weekend at the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shots Tournament. From left are Gabby Roberts, Danika Nowak, Kalena Flowers, Kayla Dearmin, Kylie Stone, Lainey Hall, Molly Foster, Cooper Horton, Lucy Evans, Reagan Cherry, Jasmine Carothers, Nicole Adams, Isabella Lucky, Ellie Morrisroe, Madison Quigley, Shelbie Shriner, Reese Ramsrud, Olivia Wyatt and coach Mike Thompson.

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    Courtesy photo The Timbers North FC 08 Green boys soccer team competed in last weekend’s Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament. On Friday evening they played Sandpoint Strikers FC Treman and won 8-0. Mitchell Rietze and Wyatt Carr each scored twice. Drake Flowers, Reese Crawford, and Canon St John each scored once. Reilly Smith and Jaxon Fantozzi each had an assist. Saturday morning they defeated FC Missoula 08B Fines 5-1. Parker Sterling and Jack Jenkins each scored twice. Drake Flowers scored once. Saturday afternoon they were beaten 2-1 by Flathead Force Green 08B. The lone goal was scored by Mitchell Rietze. Goalkeepers for the tournament were Reese Crawford, Mitchell Rietze, Preston Samayoa, and Collin Storey. Coaches are Ryan Flowers and Tarragh Carr. From left are Karter Engebretsen, Colton Rush, Drake Flowers, Parker Sterling, Reilly Smith, Wyatt Carr, Collin Storey, Reese Crawford, Mitchell Rietze, Jaxon Fantozzi, Jack Jenkins, Ben Mello, Preston Samayoa and Canon St. John. Not pictured are Kaden Duffield and Griffin Patterson.

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    Courtesy photo The Timbers North 05/06 boys soccer team placed first in the U14 Silver Division of the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament last weekend in Coeur d’Alene and Hayden. The Timbers North defeated Surf Sorenson 5-0 in their first game on Friday evening. Scoring for TNFC were: Ari Rumpler, Bryant Donovan (2), Gavin Jones and Owen Hickok. On Saturday, they shut out the Stevenson Sabres 3-0 and Flathead SC 10-0. Scoring for TNFC against the Sabres: Gavin Jones, Trenton Anderson and Zack Cervi-Skinner. Scoring against Flathead: Benji Valov-Deming, Bryant Donovan, Gavin Jones (2), Gavin Schoener, Jaron Voeller, Rylan Beaton, Trenton Anderson and Zack Cervi-Skinner. The championship game on Sunday went into extra minutes before Timbers North was victorious 2-1 against the Sandpoint Strikers. Goals scored by Elijah Raybell and the shot in extra minutes by Trenton Anderson. In the front is keeper Benji Valov-Deming; seated from left, Max Cervi-Skinner, Jackson Nickel, Trenton Anderson, Austin Proctor, Ari Rumpler and Logan Delbridge; and standing from left, Gavin Schoener, assistant coach Chaz Donovan, Jaron Voeller, Bryant Donovan, Zack Cervi-Skinner, Rylan Beaton, Gavin Jones, Elijah Raybell, Owen Hickok and coach Camron Cutler.

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    Courtesy photo The FC Spokane North Idaho boys 2008/2009s soccer team took the championship last weekend at the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament. FC Spokane won all four games in the boys 2008 bracket with only two goals scored against the team. In the championship game they defeated Flathead United 8-1. In the front row from left are Braden Smith, Vincent Moliterno, Collin Brunn, Tracen Crossley, Milo Griebel and Marty Babb; and back row from left, goalkeeper Jameson Murphy, Brody Burger McLuskie, Brady Navarrete, Reid Thompson, Ryder Saville, Henry Weimer Earnest, Tony Oberemok and coach Ashley Rider. Not pictured are Xander Hirschi and Paxton Grant.

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    Courtesy photo The Thorns North FC 07 girls soccer team finished first in the gold division at the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament this past weekend. The Thorns lost in the tournament opener to Missoula Strikers Red 2007G-CL 5-4 but went on to shut out Helena Arsenal SC Blue 2007G-CL 3-0 Saturday afternoon, advancing to the semifinals on Sunday. The Thorns beat Hells Canyon FC 07 Steele 3-1 to play in the finals against Sandpoint Strikers FC Brinkmeier, where they won 2-0 to take home gold medals. Goals during the tournament were scored by Paige Hunt (1), Libby Morrisroe (1), Lily Bole (1), Kennedy Hartzell (1), Rachel Corette (2), and Natalie Thompson (6). In the front row from left are Lily Bole, Riley Brazle, Paige Hunt, Kyndall Dolin and and Rachel Corrette; and back row from left, coach Kirk Hartzell, Natalie Thompson, Ellie McGowan, Evelyn Bowie, Kennedy Hartzell, Lydia Lehosit, Libby Morrisroe and Annabelle Rogers.

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    Courtesy photo The Timbers North FC Boys 06 Red soccer team played in the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament this past weekend. On Saturday morning, Timbers North FC B06 Red beat FC Missoula 05B Lund 13-0. Kason Pintler had 3 goals and 1 assist. Haidyn Jonas, Connor Jump, Kai Delio and Braden Latscha each had 2 goals. Connor Mongan and Harper Barlow each had 1 goal. Kai Delio had 2 assists. Gavin Samayoa, Connor Jump, Noah Waddell and Harper Barlow each had 1 assist. Braden Latscha and Connor Jump were in goal for the shutout. On Saturday afternoon, Timbers beat Flathead SC C-Falls Wildcats Black 6-1. Haidyn Jonas led Timbers with 3 goals, Max Entzi, Jacob Molina and Kai Delio each had 1 goal. Kason Pintler, Connor Jump, Haidyn Jonas, Brayden Ristic, Jacob Molina, Gavin Samayoa and Noah Waddell each had an assist. Braden Latscha was in goal for TNFC. On Sunday morning, Timbers played Boise Timbers 06B Red in the semifinals and won 6-1. Kason Pintler, Noah Waddell, Connor Jump, Jacob Molina, Haidyn Jonas and Kai Delio each had a goal. Haidyn Jonas, Jacob Molina and Noah Waddell each had 1 assist. Braden Latscha was in goal. On Sunday afternoon, Timber North FC B06 Red lost 3-2 in the championship game to Flathead Valley Green. Ben Hannigan-Luther and Haidyn Jonas each had 1 goal. Jacob Molina had 2 assists. Braden Latscha was in goal for TNFC. In the front row from left Gavin Samayoa, Aidan Rice, Connor Jump, Brayden Ristic and Harper Barlow; second row from left, Haidyn Jonas, Connor Mongan, Braden Latscha, Chief Natatqn Allan and Noah Waddell; and back row from left, Kason Pintler, Lachlan May, Kai Delio, Max Entzi, Jacob Molina, Ben Hannigan-Luther and coach Nick Funkhouser.

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    Courtesy photo The Timbers North FC 09 Boys Yellow soccer team took second place at the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament last weekend. From left are coach Matt Frits, Luke Frits, Cole Thompson, Cooper Hermes, Archer Coburn, Cale Hanners, Luc Buckland, Grant Johnson, Ayden Cragun, Miles Hart, Sam Mandel and Blake Wise

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    Courtesy photo The Thorns North FC 08 Girls Green soccer team played in the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament last weekend. On Friday evening, TNFC Green lost to Moscow United SC G08 3-2. Kamryn Kirk had 1 goal and 1 assist. Savannah Rojo had 1 goal. Macy Walters was in goal. On Saturday morning, TNFC Green lost to Boise Thorns 09GP 3-0 On Sunday morning, TNFC Green beat Idaho Rush 08 Black in the consolation game 3-2. Nora Ryan and Ashley Breisacher each had 1 goal in regular play. Nora Ryan, Izabella Entzi, Sloan Waddell and Cameron Fischer each made penalty kicks during the PK shootout. Macy Walters strongly defended TNFC’s goal. Thorns North FC 08 Girls Green and Yellow teams, front row from left, Anna Ploof, Savannah Rojo, Eleanor Moss, Macy Walter, Elizabeth Nelson, Teagan Slusher, Georgia Nelson and Elizabeth Montgomery; and back row from left, Ella Pearson, Sloan Waddell, Allison Carrico, Cameron Fischer, Hannah Shafer, Izabella Entzi, Nora Ryan, Alyvia Morris, Kamryn Kirk, Isabella Grimmett and Adysen Robinson. Not pictured is Ashley Breisacher.

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    Courtesy photo The Thorns North FC 06 Red Girls soccer team took first place in the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament this past weekend. On Friday the Thorns beat the Sandpoint Strikers FC 06 girls 7-1. Elliana Rietze, Madeline Daigle, Naomi Kessler, Emerson Duncan, Izabella Douglas each had a goal and Lucy Simpson had 2 goals for the Thorns. The Thorns then beat the Boise Thorns 07 5-2 on goals by Elliana Rietze, Taylor Miller, Naomi Kessler, and Elliana Rietze, with an assist from Lucy Simpson. The Thorns then beat the Valley Elite FC 9-0, on goals by Violet Andrews with an assist from Elliana Rietze, Emerson Duncan, Macie Lilyquist, Devon Pirwitz, Naomi Kessler with an assist from Lucy Simpson, Naomi Kessler with another 2 and Izabella Douglas. In the final game, the Thorns beat Flathead Valley United 7-1 on goals by Madeline Daigle, Lucy Simpson to Macie Lilyquist, Madeline Daigle, Elliana Rietze to Naomi Kessler, Lucy Simpson, and Elliana Rietze to Isabella Douglas. In the front row from left are Taylor Miller, Emily Medina and Izabella Douglas; second row from left, Elliana Rietze, Kaylie Smart, Naomi Kessler and Lucy Simpson; and back row from left, coach Kandace Leliefeld, Violet Andrews, A Caja-Lynn Scott, Jillian-Kate Scott, Devyn Pirwitz, Paisley Goings, Macie Lilyquist, Madeline Daigle and Emerson Duncan.

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    Courtesy photo The Timbers U19 Boys soccer team won the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament last weekend. The Timbers beat FC Spokane North Idaho 2-0 and Queen City FC Red 5-0, tied Flathead Valley United Green 1-1 and beat Queen City FC Orange 2-0. In the front is Julian Reichold; middle row from left, Kenny Thompson (coach), Aden Reynolds, AJ Curson, Cooper Hansen, Cameron Dance, Cameron Mason, Drake Prohaska, Jacob Janzen, Sims Macdonald, Tyler Moore, Aidan O’Halloran, Cadin Perry, Ethan Lawson and McKie Gregory; and back row from left, Cameron Calabretto, Jackson Henkle, Chase Norris, Tyler Shaw, Dylan Bengtson, Aiden Junttila and Connor Waddell. Not pictured is Greyden Lee.

  • Courtesy photo The Thorns North FC Girls 03 took second place last weekend in the club’s Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament. The Thorns beat the Missoula Strikers Red 3-0, Flathead Valley United 03G 4-2 and 2-0, before conceding to Flathead Valley United 02G 4-1 in the championship game. Kamryn Becker had 3 goals for the tournament, 1 assist by Amber Aittama. Lily Fletcher, Amber Aittama and Taytum Curtis each had 2 goals with 2 assists by Kamryn Becker, and Lily Tweedy had 1 goal. Hailey Parks was in goal for the Thorns. In the front row from left are Kali McKellips, Lilith Tweedy, Erin McPhee, Reagan Hartzell, Samantha Veare, Hailey Parks, Claire Romero, Lily Fletcher, Taytum Curtis and Camellia Merrill; and back row from left, coach Julio Morales, Riley Scherr, Amber Aittama, Madison Klundt, Kamryn Becker, Myah Rietze and Sophia Allan.

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    Courtesy photo North Idaho Elite won the Warehouse May Madness 4th/5th-grade championship 37-35 in OT vs. Built-4-ball. In the front row from left are Ben Mcelvany, Brett Johnson and Maddox Lindquist; and back row from left, coach Mike Lindquist, Britton Johnston, Tanner Stern, Jordan Carlson, Jackson Hackett, coach Royce Johnston and coach Chris Carlson.

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    Courtesy photo The Thorns North FC U15 girls soccer team took second place overall last weekend at the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shots Tournament. From left are Gabby Roberts, Danika Nowak, Kalena Flowers, Kayla Dearmin, Kylie Stone, Lainey Hall, Molly Foster, Cooper Horton, Lucy Evans, Reagan Cherry, Jasmine Carothers, Nicole Adams, Isabella Lucky, Ellie Morrisroe, Madison Quigley, Shelbie Shriner, Reese Ramsrud, Olivia Wyatt and coach Mike Thompson.

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    Courtesy photo The Timbers North FC 08 Green boys soccer team competed in last weekend’s Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament. On Friday evening they played Sandpoint Strikers FC Treman and won 8-0. Mitchell Rietze and Wyatt Carr each scored twice. Drake Flowers, Reese Crawford, and Canon St John each scored once. Reilly Smith and Jaxon Fantozzi each had an assist. Saturday morning they defeated FC Missoula 08B Fines 5-1. Parker Sterling and Jack Jenkins each scored twice. Drake Flowers scored once. Saturday afternoon they were beaten 2-1 by Flathead Force Green 08B. The lone goal was scored by Mitchell Rietze. Goalkeepers for the tournament were Reese Crawford, Mitchell Rietze, Preston Samayoa, and Collin Storey. Coaches are Ryan Flowers and Tarragh Carr. From left are Karter Engebretsen, Colton Rush, Drake Flowers, Parker Sterling, Reilly Smith, Wyatt Carr, Collin Storey, Reese Crawford, Mitchell Rietze, Jaxon Fantozzi, Jack Jenkins, Ben Mello, Preston Samayoa and Canon St. John. Not pictured are Kaden Duffield and Griffin Patterson.

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    Courtesy photo The Timbers North 05/06 boys soccer team placed first in the U14 Silver Division of the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament last weekend in Coeur d’Alene and Hayden. The Timbers North defeated Surf Sorenson 5-0 in their first game on Friday evening. Scoring for TNFC were: Ari Rumpler, Bryant Donovan (2), Gavin Jones and Owen Hickok. On Saturday, they shut out the Stevenson Sabres 3-0 and Flathead SC 10-0. Scoring for TNFC against the Sabres: Gavin Jones, Trenton Anderson and Zack Cervi-Skinner. Scoring against Flathead: Benji Valov-Deming, Bryant Donovan, Gavin Jones (2), Gavin Schoener, Jaron Voeller, Rylan Beaton, Trenton Anderson and Zack Cervi-Skinner. The championship game on Sunday went into extra minutes before Timbers North was victorious 2-1 against the Sandpoint Strikers. Goals scored by Elijah Raybell and the shot in extra minutes by Trenton Anderson. In the front is keeper Benji Valov-Deming; seated from left, Max Cervi-Skinner, Jackson Nickel, Trenton Anderson, Austin Proctor, Ari Rumpler and Logan Delbridge; and standing from left, Gavin Schoener, assistant coach Chaz Donovan, Jaron Voeller, Bryant Donovan, Zack Cervi-Skinner, Rylan Beaton, Gavin Jones, Elijah Raybell, Owen Hickok and coach Camron Cutler.

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    Courtesy photo The FC Spokane North Idaho boys 2008/2009s soccer team took the championship last weekend at the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament. FC Spokane won all four games in the boys 2008 bracket with only two goals scored against the team. In the championship game they defeated Flathead United 8-1. In the front row from left are Braden Smith, Vincent Moliterno, Collin Brunn, Tracen Crossley, Milo Griebel and Marty Babb; and back row from left, goalkeeper Jameson Murphy, Brody Burger McLuskie, Brady Navarrete, Reid Thompson, Ryder Saville, Henry Weimer Earnest, Tony Oberemok and coach Ashley Rider. Not pictured are Xander Hirschi and Paxton Grant.

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    Courtesy photo The Thorns North FC 07 girls soccer team finished first in the gold division at the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament this past weekend. The Thorns lost in the tournament opener to Missoula Strikers Red 2007G-CL 5-4 but went on to shut out Helena Arsenal SC Blue 2007G-CL 3-0 Saturday afternoon, advancing to the semifinals on Sunday. The Thorns beat Hells Canyon FC 07 Steele 3-1 to play in the finals against Sandpoint Strikers FC Brinkmeier, where they won 2-0 to take home gold medals. Goals during the tournament were scored by Paige Hunt (1), Libby Morrisroe (1), Lily Bole (1), Kennedy Hartzell (1), Rachel Corette (2), and Natalie Thompson (6). In the front row from left are Lily Bole, Riley Brazle, Paige Hunt, Kyndall Dolin and and Rachel Corrette; and back row from left, coach Kirk Hartzell, Natalie Thompson, Ellie McGowan, Evelyn Bowie, Kennedy Hartzell, Lydia Lehosit, Libby Morrisroe and Annabelle Rogers.

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    Courtesy photo The Timbers North FC Boys 06 Red soccer team played in the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament this past weekend. On Saturday morning, Timbers North FC B06 Red beat FC Missoula 05B Lund 13-0. Kason Pintler had 3 goals and 1 assist. Haidyn Jonas, Connor Jump, Kai Delio and Braden Latscha each had 2 goals. Connor Mongan and Harper Barlow each had 1 goal. Kai Delio had 2 assists. Gavin Samayoa, Connor Jump, Noah Waddell and Harper Barlow each had 1 assist. Braden Latscha and Connor Jump were in goal for the shutout. On Saturday afternoon, Timbers beat Flathead SC C-Falls Wildcats Black 6-1. Haidyn Jonas led Timbers with 3 goals, Max Entzi, Jacob Molina and Kai Delio each had 1 goal. Kason Pintler, Connor Jump, Haidyn Jonas, Brayden Ristic, Jacob Molina, Gavin Samayoa and Noah Waddell each had an assist. Braden Latscha was in goal for TNFC. On Sunday morning, Timbers played Boise Timbers 06B Red in the semifinals and won 6-1. Kason Pintler, Noah Waddell, Connor Jump, Jacob Molina, Haidyn Jonas and Kai Delio each had a goal. Haidyn Jonas, Jacob Molina and Noah Waddell each had 1 assist. Braden Latscha was in goal. On Sunday afternoon, Timber North FC B06 Red lost 3-2 in the championship game to Flathead Valley Green. Ben Hannigan-Luther and Haidyn Jonas each had 1 goal. Jacob Molina had 2 assists. Braden Latscha was in goal for TNFC. In the front row from left Gavin Samayoa, Aidan Rice, Connor Jump, Brayden Ristic and Harper Barlow; second row from left, Haidyn Jonas, Connor Mongan, Braden Latscha, Chief Natatqn Allan and Noah Waddell; and back row from left, Kason Pintler, Lachlan May, Kai Delio, Max Entzi, Jacob Molina, Ben Hannigan-Luther and coach Nick Funkhouser.

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    Courtesy photo The Timbers North FC 09 Boys Yellow soccer team took second place at the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament last weekend. From left are coach Matt Frits, Luke Frits, Cole Thompson, Cooper Hermes, Archer Coburn, Cale Hanners, Luc Buckland, Grant Johnson, Ayden Cragun, Miles Hart, Sam Mandel and Blake Wise

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    Courtesy photo The Thorns North FC 08 Girls Green soccer team played in the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament last weekend. On Friday evening, TNFC Green lost to Moscow United SC G08 3-2. Kamryn Kirk had 1 goal and 1 assist. Savannah Rojo had 1 goal. Macy Walters was in goal. On Saturday morning, TNFC Green lost to Boise Thorns 09GP 3-0 On Sunday morning, TNFC Green beat Idaho Rush 08 Black in the consolation game 3-2. Nora Ryan and Ashley Breisacher each had 1 goal in regular play. Nora Ryan, Izabella Entzi, Sloan Waddell and Cameron Fischer each made penalty kicks during the PK shootout. Macy Walters strongly defended TNFC’s goal. Thorns North FC 08 Girls Green and Yellow teams, front row from left, Anna Ploof, Savannah Rojo, Eleanor Moss, Macy Walter, Elizabeth Nelson, Teagan Slusher, Georgia Nelson and Elizabeth Montgomery; and back row from left, Ella Pearson, Sloan Waddell, Allison Carrico, Cameron Fischer, Hannah Shafer, Izabella Entzi, Nora Ryan, Alyvia Morris, Kamryn Kirk, Isabella Grimmett and Adysen Robinson. Not pictured is Ashley Breisacher.

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    Courtesy photo The Thorns North FC 06 Red Girls soccer team took first place in the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament this past weekend. On Friday the Thorns beat the Sandpoint Strikers FC 06 girls 7-1. Elliana Rietze, Madeline Daigle, Naomi Kessler, Emerson Duncan, Izabella Douglas each had a goal and Lucy Simpson had 2 goals for the Thorns. The Thorns then beat the Boise Thorns 07 5-2 on goals by Elliana Rietze, Taylor Miller, Naomi Kessler, and Elliana Rietze, with an assist from Lucy Simpson. The Thorns then beat the Valley Elite FC 9-0, on goals by Violet Andrews with an assist from Elliana Rietze, Emerson Duncan, Macie Lilyquist, Devon Pirwitz, Naomi Kessler with an assist from Lucy Simpson, Naomi Kessler with another 2 and Izabella Douglas. In the final game, the Thorns beat Flathead Valley United 7-1 on goals by Madeline Daigle, Lucy Simpson to Macie Lilyquist, Madeline Daigle, Elliana Rietze to Naomi Kessler, Lucy Simpson, and Elliana Rietze to Isabella Douglas. In the front row from left are Taylor Miller, Emily Medina and Izabella Douglas; second row from left, Elliana Rietze, Kaylie Smart, Naomi Kessler and Lucy Simpson; and back row from left, coach Kandace Leliefeld, Violet Andrews, A Caja-Lynn Scott, Jillian-Kate Scott, Devyn Pirwitz, Paisley Goings, Macie Lilyquist, Madeline Daigle and Emerson Duncan.

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    Courtesy photo The Timbers U19 Boys soccer team won the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament last weekend. The Timbers beat FC Spokane North Idaho 2-0 and Queen City FC Red 5-0, tied Flathead Valley United Green 1-1 and beat Queen City FC Orange 2-0. In the front is Julian Reichold; middle row from left, Kenny Thompson (coach), Aden Reynolds, AJ Curson, Cooper Hansen, Cameron Dance, Cameron Mason, Drake Prohaska, Jacob Janzen, Sims Macdonald, Tyler Moore, Aidan O’Halloran, Cadin Perry, Ethan Lawson and McKie Gregory; and back row from left, Cameron Calabretto, Jackson Henkle, Chase Norris, Tyler Shaw, Dylan Bengtson, Aiden Junttila and Connor Waddell. Not pictured is Greyden Lee.

SELECT SOCCER

Timbers North FC Boys 07 Red: The Timbers played in the Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament in Coeur d’Alene last weekend.

The Timbers lost their first game of the tournament 1-0 to Boise Timbers 07B- BR. A 4-2 win against Flathead Force Green 2007B-SE got the Timbers into the semifinals. Liam Martin scored the Timbers’ first goal of the tournament. Flathead scored next, but the Timbers pulled ahead when Martin scored again. Flathead tied things up once more before Philip Du scored for Timbers. Martin had the assist. Cody Kemp rushed the goal to score the fourth goal of the day.

The Timbers lost 3-1 to Helena Arsenal SC Blue 2007B-CL in the semifinals on Sunday. Helena scored twice before Kemp scored on a free kick.

Thorns North FC 08 Girls: The Thorns yellow team played in the annual Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament last weekend. Adysen Robinson was in goal for TNFC. Goals scored were by Allison Carrico and Anna Ploof.

BASKETBALL

Post Falls girls camp: Post Falls High School head girls basketball coach Marc Allert heads the instructional staff for the Post Falls Lady Trojan Girls Youth Basketball Camp, for girls entering grades 2-8, is scheduled for June 10-13 from 9 a.m. to noon each day at Post Falls Middle School.

Cost is $80 per person, with family rates available.

Information: Marc Allert, mallert@sd273.com

Storm skills clinics: The North Idaho Storm boys AAU basketball team will host skills clinics starting May 19 from 2 to 4 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church in Coeur d’Alene.

Storm clinics will run through spring and summer, twice a month, 2 to 4 p.m. at the church. Current fifth- and sixth-grade boys are encouraged to attend as much as possible, as the Storm will be looking to fill any open spots on next season’s seventh-grade boys team.

There is no charge for the clinics; however, a parent must sign a waiver before their boy can participate. Waivers will be available at the clinic.

All clinics will be Sundays from 2 to 4 p.m. Trinity Lutheran Church is located at Fifth and Reid in Coeur d’Alene; the address is 812 N. Fifth St. The gym entrance is located off the rear parking lot.

Boys are asked to bring a basketball.

Clinic dates are May 19, May 26, June 9, June 23, July 21, July 28, Aug. 4 and Aug. 18.

POST FALLS PARKS

AND RECREATION

Flag football

May 11

1st & 2nd Grade Division

Post Falls Kiwanis: Ukiah Balback 1 PAT 1 reception & 1 tackle, Kessler Bentcik 1 reception & 2 tackles, Treyson Blodgett 2 TDs & 2 receptions, Tony Caliger 1 reception, Silas Collingwood 1 reception & 2 tackles, Camden Culpepper 1 reception, Madsun Ott 1 reception & 1 tackle, Tanden Russell 1 TD 2 receptions & 2 tackles, Hudson Ryan 1 TD 3 receptions & 2 tackles, Benjamin Wanner 3 receptions & 2 tackles

Stateline Speedway: Aiden Anglesey 1 tackle, Gunner Brown 1 reception & 3 tackles, Carter McNearney 1 tackle, Collin Rzepa 1 interception & 5 tackles

Auto Credit Sales: Jeremiah Cade 1 interception, Jack Lasher 1 TD, Julian Long 1 tackle, Braxton Smith 1 reception, Hunter Watson 2 receptions & 5 tackles, Paxton Worthington 2 receptions & 1 tackle

Little Spuds Christian Preschool: Rylan Birsette 3 tackles, Elius Fausett 1 tackle, Eli Hill 1 tackle, Cole Kleinsmith 1 tackle, Jaxin Medrano 1 TD 1 reception & 3 tackles, Tait Monroe Tufte 2 tackles, Landon Wilk 1 tackle

3rd & 4th Grade Division

QC Contracting: Tavion Cade 1 PAT 3 interceptions & 2 tackles, Hudson Clemons 2 TDs 2 receptions & 2 tackles, Colton Dawson 1 tackle, Finley Odell 1 TD & 2 receptions, Jackson Reiswig 1 interception & 6 tackles, Carsyne Wilcox 1 interception & 1 tackle

Sweet on You Designs: Nolan Anderson 3 TDs & 3 tackles, Austin Anglesey 1 TD 1 PAT & 3 tackles, Brandon Antoine 3 tackles, Patrick Leahy 1 PAT, Christopher Lederhos 1 tackle, Hudson Rossi 1 TD & 1 tackle, Darrin Tune 2 tackles

Willamette Valley Bank: Jaden Dahlberg 1 TD 1 reception & 3 tackles, Tyler Demczyk 1 reception, Jesse DePue 7 receptions & 1 tackle, Joey Hixson 1 reception & 1 tackle, Trevor Hutchins 1 tackle, Greyson Morales 7 receptions & 2 tackles, Elijah Ramirez 1 reception & 1 tackle, Kailas Ross 1 TD & 1 reception

Albaugh Cane Rods: James Albaugh 1 tackle, Griffin Carpenter 1 interception & 1 tackle, Brayden Eddings 1 reception & 1 tackle, Garret Hall 1 interception & 3 tackles, Evan Kleinsmith 1 reception & 1 tackle, Joziah Koonce 1 TD & 3 tackles

Soccer

Micro 5s

7 Day Dental Smiles: Landon Barber 1 goal, Blaine McQueary 2 goals

Blue Dog RV, Inc: Payton Brioso 1 goal, Izzy byrne-Dufurrena 4 goals, Nixon Keyes 1 goal

Hagadone Directories: Finn Kinsel 10 goals, Parker Nelson 4 goals

Hayden Triathlon Community Fund: Cameron Carver 2 goals, Nyla Cornett 2 goal, Addisyn Culpepper 3 goal, Jeremiah Hasse 1 goal, Jesse Martin 1 goals, Lylah Nightingale 1 goal, Isaiah Thompson 4 goals

Lakeview Financial: Troy Fotopoulos 3 goals, Alexis Morisette 2 goals, Hanna Morisette 2 goals, Jackson Rogers 3 goals.

Little Smiles Pediatric Dentistry: Parker Barclift 3 goals, Tyson Phillips 1 goal, Annabelle Vodila 1 goal

Megasauruses: William Bear 2 goal, Izaac Eifler 1 goal, Jack Gamble 1 goal, Kasey Nord-Fend 1 goal

River City Animal Hospital: Brooklyn Anderson 7 goals, Cody Seymour 2 goals,

Mini 6s

7 Day Dental Smiles: Trenton Sumner 2 goals

Blue Dog RV, Inc: Jake Cornett 3 goals, Breesen Elis 8 goals, Raiden Muraoka 1 goal

Hagadone Directories: Calvin Mecham 1 goal, Nathious Moffitt 1 goal, Cayden Teal 1 goal

Hayden Triathlon Community Fund: Reece Banner 1 goal,

Lakeview Financial: Scott Kodak 5 goals

Little Smiles Pediatric Dentistry: Lily Nelson 2 goals

Megasauruses: Zachary Anderson 4 goals, Kinsley Bodman 1 goal, Jackson Cameron 1 goal, Grayson Fowler 2 goals, Rosco Smidt 5 goals

River City Animal Hospital: Kamden Asher 2 goals, Tenly Glassmoyer 1 goal, Lola Montour 1 goal, Benjamin Molitor 1 goal

U8s

Foresite Engineering: Roman Anderson 1 goal, Blade Cotton 1 goal, Tanner Leiser 1 goal

FU-KI Japanese Steakhouse: Emily Blakermore 1 goal

Heritage Health: Mason Groom 2 goals

J & B Concrete LLC: Trevin Davis 1 goal, Brysen Hunter 2 goals, Addison Nord-Fenci 2 goals, Blake Sharp 1 goal

Peach Orthodontics: Peter Ratcliffe 1 goal, Conner Sigler 1 goal

Specialty Forest Products: Everett Heidt 1 goal, Lydia Kreyssler 1 goal, Jeremiah Mebrahtu 4 goal, Jake Young 1 goal

U11s

Bare Flooring: Jordan Holt 1 goal, Drey Rodriguez 1 goal, Rocco Skinner 1 goal

Brumbach Dentistry: Tyler Boisa 1 goal, Wyatt Goodwin 1 goal

Foresite Engineering: Isabel Boyd 1 goal

H & I Woodcraft: Wyatt Decamp 1 goal, Desmond Lloyd 1 goal, Trinity Mackenzie 1 goal, Landen Mattson 1 goal

Paul Bunyan: Marcus Kuplack 4 goals, Sydney Muir 1 goal, Stefan Pawlik 1 goal, Braden Wallace 1 goal

St. Maries Jacks Northwest Trucking LLC: Boyett Kaylynn 1 goal, Owen Chatigny 1 goal, David Foy 1 goal, Zack Sotin 1 goal

Super 1 Foods: Benjamin Mack 1 goal, Lucas Vander Werff 1 goal.

Young Construction Group of Idaho: Emily Tavares 1 goal

RATHDRUM PARKS

AND RECREATION

Soccer

May 11

Mini-Mite (U4): Britney Wright (3), Nathan Mueller, Witten Short (11), Emma Mustered (3), Paxton St. Mark, Kacen Lohmiller (5), Faith Dehnert, Baylor Kresch (6), Guster Stevens, Marcus DeArtola, Ryker Sams (3), Kinley Leonard, Cash Fitting (3), Blaire Warren (2), Trace Hagadone, Mason Higbee (5), Briella Martin, Sienna Huddleston (3), Dominic Sanchez (3)

Mighty-Mite (U6): Brody Kramer, Joshua Thulon, Carter Hood, Brogan Reynolds, Lincoln Swanson, Xavier Raynor, Cora Mihara (2), Holden Green, Jaylynn Bischcoff (3), Caiden Ugolini , Emerson Badger, Natalie Carrillo (2), Andrew Applegate, Jagger Lillemo, Finnley Short (2), Ella Weaver (2), Olivia West, Westley Ngo (5), Emery Chadwell, Max Chase (2), Isaac Greene

Mega-Mite (U8): Emma Heinz (3), Ben Woodcock (3), Levi Foss (2), Skylin Jade, Logan Hice, Mason Nett, Emily Edwards, Dallen Wilding, Cameron Ryan, Beau Rosscup

U-10: Matthew Stranahan (2), Rickey Parker (2), Lucas Vasquez (3), Jayden Barnhart, Courtney Herrera (2), Aiden Hunt, Kenai Munyer (2), Huxley Stice, Miley Sund, Daryan Haidari, Cameron Jorgenson (3), Preston Ward

U-14: Ilija Haidari, Peyton Hillman, Ethan Hunt (2), Jaxson Sanborn, Blake Brooks (5), Clive Hobbs, Dominic Clark

HAYDEN RECREATION AND COMMUNITY EVENTS

Soccer

May 11

Mini-Kickers (3-4 Year-Olds)

Andy’s Heating & Cooling: No stats Available

Axis Spine: No stats Available

Crandall Law Group: Jett Crandall 3 goals

Dorene Carney, SSA Disability Rep: No stats Available

Dr. Dance Dentistry for Kids: Brody Cantrell 6 goals; Lincoln Wiley 5 goals

Grind Time Basketball Training: Madison Fisher 1 goal; Westley Fields 1 goal

Harris CPAs: Billy Kearns 1 goal

Hayden Vision Source: Derek Cross 3 goals; Boss Gustafson 4 goals

Lancaster Market: Forrest Carson 1 goal; Kyla Camarata 3 goals; Kamden Vick 2 goals

Laser Bugs: Kaelyn Ingalls 2 goals; Benjamin McVey 2 goals; Grant Quinn 2 goals

Little Smiles Pediatric Dentistry: Zoey Leslie 1 goal

NW Land + Lifestyle Properties: Tate Lauper 5 goals; Aiden McPhilomy 1 goal; Audrey Parkinson 3 goals

RA Design: Allison Legg 1 goal

Saturday Night, INC.: Benaiah Lorona 5 goals; Michael Sanders 1 goal

Super 1 Foods: Corbin Nagrone 5 goals

VanZandt Financial: Joshua Willis 2 goals

Micro-Kickers (5-6 Year-Olds)

Andy’s Heating & Cooling: Tanner Matuszak 2 goals; Levi Pooler 1 goal; Jayden Reilly 1 goal

Dr. Dance Dentistry for Kids: Benjamin Thomas 4 goals

Fred’s Plumbing Blue: Levi Tebbe 1 goal

Fred’s Plumbing Pink: Tristan King 1 goal; Beckham Wise 2 goals; Rory Vick 1 goal

The Growler Guys: Oliver Clark 1 goal; Cannon Groven 2 goals

Harris CPAs: Millie cullum 1 goal

Harrison Valuation Advisors: No stats Available

Hayden Vision Source: Ryland Howard 4 goals

Lakeside Pediatrics: Ben Anderson 2 goals

Lancaster Market: Parker Singer 1 goal

Laser Bugs: Jackson Aune 1 goal; Jax Baldwin 4 goals; Quinn Martin 2 goals; Ada Shaver 1 goal

Little Smiles Pediatric Dentistry: Keaton Knoll 1 goal

Marketplace Connections: Daniel Kellmer 1 goal; Landon Kuespert 1 goal; Eli Munhall 1 goal

McDonald’s Red: Aiden Padilla 1 goal

McDonald’s Yellow: Blair Burk 1 goal; Kyla Hutchinson 1 goal; Grayson Priebe 1 goal

Saturday Night, INC.: Isaac Crebs 3 goals; Brody Mittelstadt 1 goal; Otto Parson 2 goals

Super 1 Foods: No stats Available

VanZandt Financial: Rourek Harris 2 goals; Ryker Mulligan 2 goals; Naish Nelson 2 goals

8U Girls

Adapt Allstars: Molly Ploof 1 goal

Harrison Valuation Advisory: Scarlett Beamesderfer 2 goals; Danika Thompson 1 goal, Holly Walker 1 goal

Inland Alarm: Isabella Baker 1 goal

White Pine Wealth: Charlee Hays 1 goal; Olivia Nusser 2 goals; Kaelyn Howard 3 goals

8U Boys

Axis Spine: No stats Available

Big Sky Corp.: Eli Bardwwell 2 goals; Dallas Hays 1 goal; Moses Holton 1 goal; Wesley Morlock 3 goals; George Chiappe 3 goals

JLC Fabspeed: Andrew Grady 4 goals

Killer Pest Control: Jettson Sylte 3 goals; Taytum Bligh 1 goal

Mayer Consulting: No stats Available

Radicci Italian Bistro: Owen Chapin 1 goal; Asher Smith 1 goal

10U

Ace Drywall: Kylah Chavez 1 goal; Lyric Young 2 goals

Bryce Roofing: Lucia Barton 1 goal; Adelynn Blessing 2 goals; Hunter Clark 3 goals; Liam Garr-Coles 1 goal

Carstar: No stats Available

Steel Structures America: Reagan Meine 1 goal

Toro Viejo: No stats Available

Urban Edge Salon: Taytem Frazier 1 goal; Frank Lopez 1 goal

12U

Adapt Allstars: Colton Scott 2 goals

CCS: Michael Marshall 2 goals; Colton Smith 1 goal

Killer Pest Control: Drake Thompson 1 goal

MPG Painting: Isaac Buscema 1 goal; Chris Charlebois 1 goal

Steel Structures America: Audrey Bell 1 goal; Emilee Mitchell 1 goal

Telerad Connect: Nathan Howe 1 goal; Eli Wilson 1 goal

15U

Ace Drywall: Brennan Crisp 3 goals; Roslyn Crisp 1 goal; Alex Mitchell 1 goal; Brody Singer 3 goals

Austin’s Ladder: Emily Holbrook 2 goals

Carstar: Luke Heffte 1 goal

Empire Airlines: Cazwell McKenzie 1 goal; Owen Moore 1 goal; Gavin Mooney 1 goal?Trinity Church: Ethan Johnson 3 goals

xCraft: No stats Available

COEUR d’ALENE RECREATION

Soccer

2nd GIRLS DIVISION

Crandall Law Group – Tayah Kidd 1 goal.

Legends Sports Photography – Avery Halland 2, Eva Berzoza, Sophie Prickett, Kaitlyn Carter, Pepper Paisley 1 goal.

CdA Power Yoga – Rhaynee Shaw 2 goals and Olivia Shearing 1 goal.

3RD GIRLS DIVISION

Cd’A Press – Makenzie 2 goals, Saydie and Amara 1 goal.

B & B Caulking – Kyla Enyeart, Violet Stone-Fenton , Brooklyn Babor 1 goal.

4TH/5TH GIRLS DIVISION

Young Construction – Claire Thorpe 2 goals, Stella Vincent and Helen Oyler 1 goal.

Cd’A Power Yoga – Sophia Peppin 3 goals.

Crafted Taphouse – Addy Baltzell 2, Whitlee Sudol, Hailoh Whipple, and Teegan Palanio 1 goal each.

Ironman Foundation – McKenna English 2 goals and Brianna English 1.

Young Construction – Sofia Peressini 2, Stella Vincent, Taya Peterson, Crystal Magera 1 goal.

2nd BOYS DIVISION

Papa Murphys – Carter Tjensvoll, Carter Loewe, and Asher Barajas 1 goal.

Idaho Forest Group – Gibson Fazakerley 2, Jacob Gonzales and Collin Shanley 1 goal each.

3rd BOYS DIVISION

Cd’A Foot & Ankle Surgery – Grant Heinrichs 2, Caleb Vlad 1.

A.C.I. – Mason Kassarjian 2 goals.

Alert Automotive – Charlie Stone-Russell, James Gray, and Wyatt Hill 1 goal.

Priebe Chiropractic – Jaeden Randall 2 goals.

4th/5th BOYS DIVISION

CdA Paving – Kenneth Bouwens and Zachery Fadness 1 goal.

Cd’A Press – Brandon Marzano 1 goal.

Seltice Systems – Nicholas Fleshman and Nick Burgeson 1 goal each.

Idaho Forest Group – Kayden Worley 2 goals.

6TH COED DIVISION

Allegra – Cooper Irwin 2 goals.

7th /8TH COED DIVISION

Ironman Foundation – Porter Fisher 3 goals.

Allegiant – Aidan Stewart and Ryan Modine 1 goal.

Cd’A Foot & Ankle Clinic – Keton Kelly, James Monroy, and Ethan Pearson 1 goal.

REAL LIFE SPORTS

Soccer

May 11

At “The Fields” at Real Life Ministries

PreK/K Division

Game 1

Purple Chaos – Gracie Nagrone, Jaxsen Ontiveros

Power Rangers

Goals - Aure Brennan, Dominic Harsh, Gus Rigg

Game 2

Amigos

Goals –Rylan Nitti, Isla Wearne, Tenley Molitor, Hudson Whiteman,

Team G

Goals – Collin Bourassa, Roman Dion, Miles Wood

Game 3

Mighty Eagles

Goals –Mathis Voeller

Lightning

Goals – Teagan Phenicie, Gabriel Stearns, Trason Mortimer

Game 4

Dangerous Donuts

Preston Bright

Soccer Hawks

Goals – Lucas Antonich, Micah Brumbach, Chase Reed

1st/2nd Grade Division

Game 1

Purple Smurfs – 4

Dolphins - 3

Purple Smurfs – Goals – Levi Day, Bryson Perkins, Kennedy Short, Will Wood

Dolphins – Goals –Landon Devos, Palmer Murphy, Chloe Shuler

Game 2

Blue Life - 6

Dolphins - 2

Blue Life – Goals –Cara Castle, Samson, Kjar

Falcons– Goals –Brock Pelphrey

Game 3

Jaguars

Vikings- 4

Jaguars – Goals –

Vikings – Goals –Ethan Dorr, Logan Lovell, Tessa Lovell, Benjamin Magoffin, Archer Seeds

3rd to 6th Grade Division

Game 1

Timbers – 1

PF Galaxy - 4

Timbers – Goals –Nola Riggins

PF Galaxy – Goals – Parker Bright, Jeremiah Magoffin

Game 2

Sounders - 4

Huskies - 3

Sounders – Goals – Gage Pagano, Mason Perkins

Huskies – Goals – Gabe Nagrone, Austin Olson, Brody Stroud

Game 3

Real Life Rampage - 2

Barcelona - 4

Real Life Rampage – Goals – Kayden Klimek

Barcelona – Goals – Hailey Coontz, Ella Martin, Ethan Martin, Parker Stearns

Girls volleyball

May 11

At “The Courts” at Real Life Ministries

Match 1

Team Bella – 0 Sets

The Go Getters – 3 Sets

Team Bella – Aces – Sophia Alverson, Kinsey Alveron, Isabella Carlino, Hannah LaMon, Jenna Marosi, Kaya Myers, Jaclyn Thomas

Go Getters – Aces –Camryn Nichols, Jaidyn Devos, Desi Palm, Carly Scribner Chloe Thomas

Match 2

Cobras – 2 Sets

Sunset Spikes – 1 Set

Team C – Aces – Zuri Blood, Lilee Finch, Rylie Gump, Annylse James, Maggie Lessard, Kaitlin Martin, Natalya Young

Sunset Spikes – Aces – Ella Hummer, Rilynn Kaiser, Elena Millan

Match 3

Team Awesome – 0 Sets

The Go Getters

Team Awesome– Aces – Kendal Brumet, Paige Day, Alivia Ludwig, Carsyn Rahn, Emily Rosa, Mackenzie Thurston

Go Getters – Aces –Adelynn Archer, Tatyana Davis, Camryn Nichols, Jaidyn Devos, Desi Palm

Match 4?Team Bella – 0 Sets

Sunset Spikes – 3 Sets

Team Bella – Aces – Sophia Alverson, Kinsey Alveron, Isabella Carlino, Jenna Marosi, Kaya Myers, Jaclyn Thomas

Sunset Spikes – Aces – Lexie Fisher, Ella Hummer, Rilynn Kaiser, Audri Madsen, Willow Rakes, Jordyn Short

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