Youth Sports June 19, 2019

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  • Courtesy photo Placers in the girls 13-14 age division at an Idaho Junior Golf Association tournament Monday at the Coeur d’Alene Golf Club were, from left, Braylyn Bayer, second; Avery Bayer, first; and Marin Rowley, third.

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    Courtesy photo Placers in the boys 13-14 age division at an Idaho Junior Golf Association tournament Monday at the Coeur d’Alene Golf Club were, from left, Davis Sheets, second; Seth Swallows, first; and Caleb Elliot, third.

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    Courtesy photo Placers in the boys 15-18 age division at an Idaho Junior Golf Association tournament Monday at the Coeur d’Alene Golf Club were, from left, Garrett Packebush, second; Bryden Brown, first; and Boen Torgerson, T-3rd. Not pictured is Ryan Chapman, T-3rd.

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    Courtesy photo Placers in the girls 15-18 age division at an Idaho Junior Golf Association tournament Monday at the Coeur d’Alene Golf Club were, from left, Allison MacMillan, T-2nd; and Kyla Currie, first. Not pictured is Madeline Christiansen, T-2nd.

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    Courtesy photo The Timbers North FC ’04 Boys Red soccer team competed at the US Youth Soccer Far West President’s Cup in Norco, Calif., last week. In group play they defeated Arizona 2-1 with goals scored by Kohrt Weber-1, Noah Janzen-1 and an assist by Tyler Gasper-1. The Timbers then lost 2-0 to Colorado. The Timbers then faced the eventual tournament champions Nevada and lost 2-1. Kohrt Weber scored the lone goal for the Timbers. The Timbers advanced to the quarterfinals on points where they faced Southern California, falling 3-2. Timbers goals were scored by Alex Reyes-2. In the front row from left are Evan Lowder, Zak Wenglikowski, Joseph Sarkis, Noah Janzen, Wyatt Smalley, Tyler Gasper, Brandon Chavez and Evan Brinkmeier; and back row from left, coach Kasey Laffoon, Alex Reyes, Jack Shrontz, Malachi Hutchens-Cohen, Jameson Elliot, Kael McGowan, Jacob Simpson, Kohrt Weber and Lance Gilmor.

  • Courtesy photo Placers in the girls 13-14 age division at an Idaho Junior Golf Association tournament Monday at the Coeur d’Alene Golf Club were, from left, Braylyn Bayer, second; Avery Bayer, first; and Marin Rowley, third.

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    Courtesy photo Placers in the boys 13-14 age division at an Idaho Junior Golf Association tournament Monday at the Coeur d’Alene Golf Club were, from left, Davis Sheets, second; Seth Swallows, first; and Caleb Elliot, third.

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    Courtesy photo Placers in the boys 15-18 age division at an Idaho Junior Golf Association tournament Monday at the Coeur d’Alene Golf Club were, from left, Garrett Packebush, second; Bryden Brown, first; and Boen Torgerson, T-3rd. Not pictured is Ryan Chapman, T-3rd.

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    Courtesy photo Placers in the girls 15-18 age division at an Idaho Junior Golf Association tournament Monday at the Coeur d’Alene Golf Club were, from left, Allison MacMillan, T-2nd; and Kyla Currie, first. Not pictured is Madeline Christiansen, T-2nd.

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    Courtesy photo The Timbers North FC ’04 Boys Red soccer team competed at the US Youth Soccer Far West President’s Cup in Norco, Calif., last week. In group play they defeated Arizona 2-1 with goals scored by Kohrt Weber-1, Noah Janzen-1 and an assist by Tyler Gasper-1. The Timbers then lost 2-0 to Colorado. The Timbers then faced the eventual tournament champions Nevada and lost 2-1. Kohrt Weber scored the lone goal for the Timbers. The Timbers advanced to the quarterfinals on points where they faced Southern California, falling 3-2. Timbers goals were scored by Alex Reyes-2. In the front row from left are Evan Lowder, Zak Wenglikowski, Joseph Sarkis, Noah Janzen, Wyatt Smalley, Tyler Gasper, Brandon Chavez and Evan Brinkmeier; and back row from left, coach Kasey Laffoon, Alex Reyes, Jack Shrontz, Malachi Hutchens-Cohen, Jameson Elliot, Kael McGowan, Jacob Simpson, Kohrt Weber and Lance Gilmor.

GOLF

Idaho Junior Golf Association

Idaho Junior Tour

At the Coeur d’Alene Golf Club

June 17

BOYS AGE 8-9 — 1, Jake Bafus 51. 2, Hunter Pacquin 58. 3, Cole Pacquin 64.

GIRLS 8-9 — 1, Josetta Williams 65. 2, Samantha Sanders 82.

BOYS 10-12— 1, Trey Lambert 39. 2, Demitrios Kalomiros 44. 3, Burke Brown 54.

GIRLS 10-12 — 1, Demi Driggs 53. 2, Carolyn Rose 56. 3, Mollie Seibly 58.

BOYS 13-14 — 1, Seth Swallows 78. 2, Davis Sheets 80. 3, Caleb Elliot 89.

GIRLS 13-14 — 1, Avery Bayer 90. 2, Braylyn Bayer 93. 3, Marin Rowley 100.

BOYS 15-18 — 1, Bryden Brown 73. 2, Garrett Packebush 74. 3 (tie), Boen Torgerson, Ryan Chapman 77.

GIRLS 15-18 — 1, Kyla Currie 80. 2 (tie), Madeline Christiansen, Allison MacMillan 83.

RATHDRUM PARKS

AND RECREATION

Flag football

June 17

K-1st Grade: Conner Lambrecht (PAT), Brogan Reynolds (2 TD), Brody Kramer (TD), Gage Kilpatrick (TD), Noah Badger (TD), Emerson Badger (PAT), Westley Tanner (PAT), Ryker Walker (PAT), Hudson Peed (TD), Josh Bevacqua (3 TD), Dawson Faber (3 TD)

2nd-3rd Grade: Lyal Howell (TD), Ryker Montes (TD), Cole Harris (TD), Jager McWatters (TD), John Neff (TD), Elliott West (TD), Blake Davis (PAT), Christopher Szafransky (TD), Crue Weitz (2 TD), Levi Navi (PAT)

4th-6th Grade: Carter Rossberg (PAT), Trent Boardman (2 TD), Sean Farrar (TD), Aiden Kilpatrick (PAT), DakotMontes (TD), Kyler Tunnell (TD), Preston Ward (TD), Nathan Rogers (TD)

SELECT BASEBALL

Coeur City Norsemen 12U 11, Hermiston 7: At Hermiston, Ore., Harrison Evans went 3 for 4 and drove in three runs to lead the Norsemen on Saturday.

Kolby Coey hit a two-run single in the fifth inning for Coeur City, and Dylan Sutich went 2 for 2 and scored twice.

Coeur City Norsemen 12U 4, Team TBD 4, tie: Evans went 2 for 3 with two RBIs and a run scored for the Norsemen.

Coeur City Norsemen 12U 2, Pendleton Black Sox 0: Harrison Evans struck out 12 and pitched a three-hit shutout in the first game of a doubleheader Sunday at Pendleton, Ore. Clayton Kennedy went 2 for 3 for the Norsemen.

Pendleton Black Sox 6, Coeur City Norsemen 12U 3: In the second game, Evans went 3 for 3, drove in two runs and scored one for Coeur City.

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