Youth Sports Sept. 11, 2019

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  • Courtesy photo The FC Spokane Boys 09 soccer team won the Gold Division at the Pend Oreille Cup last weekend in Sandpoint. In the front row from left was Maks Pastukhov, Canden Arnold, Dekker Saville, Ryder Owen-Ratkovich, Brycen Quinones, Ryan Mercer, Reid Thompson and Braden Smith; back row from left, Henry Earnest, Kyson Olson, Tajh Williams, Liam Mortensen, Elijah Rigsby, Connor Karlin and Noah Camargo; and rear, assistant coach Andy Olson.

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    Courtesy photo The FC Spokane North Idaho Boys 10 soccer team won the WISL fall season opener with a 5-0 win over the Spokane Sounders on Saturday. In the front row from left are Andrew Applegate, David Hirschi, Cash Burger McLuskie, Kolson Asher and Logan Averett; back row from left, Griffin Dooley, Mason Groom, Jeremiah Mebrahtu, Noah Stern, Kamden Asher, Logan Bjork and Max Shaporda; and rear, coach Ashley Rider.

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    Courtesy photo The Thorns North FC 09 Girls Yellow participated in the Pend Oreille Cup last weekend in Sandpoint. The Thorns tied their first game 1-1 (Olivia Smith, 1 goal), won their second game 2-1 (Nell Dodge-Hutchins and Chloe Burkholder, 1 goal each) and won their third game 2-1 (Ashley Yates, 2 goals). In the front row from left are Madeline Witherwax, Cadyn Leonard, and Catherine Storey; and back row from left, coach Tomas Barrera, Jakobi Jameson, Chloe Burkholder, Taryn Young, Mallory Morrisroe, Olivia Smith, Brooklyn Leen, Ashley Yates, Audrey Linder, Nell Dodge-Hutchins and coach Eric Burkholder. Not pictured is Kayla Tenney.

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    Courtesy photo The Timbers North FC 09 Boys Green soccer team walked away with second place in the Pend Orielle Cup. On Saturday morning, the team faced off against the Spokane Sounders B2009 Valley Rave. Grant Johnson and Mason Taylor were keepers for the game. The Timbers charged into the first half with a hat trick by Ayden Garayalde and another goal scored by Collin Simon for a 4-0 lead at the end of the half. In the second half, the got yet another goal by Ayden Garayalde and Ethan Luna with two goals with an assist from Jacob Melun. The Timbers won 7-1. Game No. 2 on Saturday was a 1-0 Timbers win over IYESA B09 Bresson, on a goal by Brooks Judd. On day two, the Timbers beat Flathead Rapids Black of Kalispell 7-0. Grant Johnson had an assist to Archer Coburn for a goal, Rowan Wyatt with an assist to Ayden Garayalde, and a 3rd goal by Mason Taylor. In the second half, the Timbers boys got goals from Jacob Melun, Jackson Duvall, Mason Taylor, and Mason Taylor, with an assist to Brooks Judd. Archer Coburn, Grant Johnson, Mason Taylor and Jacob Melun teamed for the shutout in goal. In the championship game, Flathead Green scored the lone goal on a penalty kick for a 1-0 win over the Timbers. In the front row from left are Cole Thompson, Rowan Wyatt, Jackson Duvall and Mason Taylor; and back row from left, coach Jason Wyatt, Maxwell Chapman, Archer Coburn, Grant Johnson, Ayden Garayalde, Collin Simon, Jacob Melun and Brooks Judd. Not pictured are Ethan Luna, Miles Hart and Daniel Biller.

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    Courtesy photo The Thorns North FC 11 Girls soccer team took second place in the 2019 Pend Oreille Cup in Sandpoint with a record of 3 wins 1 loss. The Thorns beat the Sandpoint Strikers FC White 3-2, on goals by Evelyn Haycraft, Brightyn Gatten and Vivian Hartzell. the Thorns lost 3-1 to the EW Surf SC G11/12. Riley Greene had the lone Thorns goal. The Thorns beat the Thorns North FC G12 7-1. Kylie Lorona scored 3 goals for the Thorns, Brightyn Gatten 2 goals and Emily Hackett one. The final game was a 3-2 win by the Thorns over We Huffman 2011. Amelia Liddiard, Vivian Hartzell and Brightyn Gatten scored for the Thorns. Pictured from left are Brightyn Gatten, Kylie Lorona, Olivia Hynes, Riley Greene, Evelyn Haycraft, Emily Hackett, Avery Wilson, Amelia Liddiard and Vivian Hartzell.

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    Courtesy photo The Timbers North FC 06 Boys White soccer team traveled to Sandpoint last weekend to compete in the Pend Oreille Cup. Saturday morning they beat Surf Sorenson Surf from Eastern Washington 3-2 after trailing 2-0 in the first half. Timbers goals were made by Gabriel Jones, Bryant Donovan and Spencer Nelson, who was assisted by Landon Miller. On Saturday afternoon the team played Flathead Valley United Green of Kalispell, Mont., to a scoreless tie. Timbers goalkeeper Grant Schofield stopped at least 13 shots. On Sunday morning the Timbers lost 3-2 to the Nelson Selects of Nelson, British Columbia. Ari Rumpler had a goal and an assist for the Timbers, and Devin Pearson had a goal. The Timbers’ final game was a 6-0 loss to FC Spokane 06B Vasquez. Pictured from left are Canyon Spencer, Jackson Nickel, Landon Miller, Isaac Buscema, Jaren Knopp, Gabe Krell, Ari Rumpler, Bryant Donovan, Grayson Storey, Giovanni Carlino, coach Chaz Donovan, Grant Schofield, Spencer Nelson, Devin Pearson, Jaben Cline, Caleb Krell, Preston Coburn and Logan Delbridge.

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    Courtesy photo Senior wide receiver/defensive back Colbey Nosworthy was named Nosworthy's Hall of Fame Coeur d'Alene High Offensive Player of the Week for the Vikings' Aug. 30 game vs. Rigby.

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    Courtesy photo Luke McLaughlin was named the Nosworthy's Hall of Fame Coeur d'Alene High Defensive Player of the Week for the Vikings' Aug. 30 game vs. Rigby.

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    Courtesy photo Trent Elstad was selected Nosworthy's Hall of Fame Coeur d'Alene High Offensive Player of the Week for the Vikings' game last Friday at Gonzaga Prep.

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    Courtesy photo Carter Wiebusch was named Nosworthy's Hall of Fame Coeur d'Alene High Defensive Player of the Week for the Vikings' game last Friday at Gonzaga Prep.

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    Courtesy photo Sophomore cross country runner Sammie Wood is this week's Post Falls High School Athlete of the Week. Wood won the girls race at the Timberlake Farragut Invitational last Saturday with a time of 19 minutes, 01 second over the 3.1-mile course. She helped lead the Trojan girls team to a first-place finish.

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    Courtesy photo The Timbers North FC 08 Boys White soccer team participated in the Pend Oreille Cup in Sandpoint. Over the weekend, Reilly Smith, Charlie Dircksen, and Karter Engebretsen each scored 2 goals, Preston Samayoa and Collin Storey had a goal and an assist. Bear Coleman and Davey Dance each scored once. Collin Storey, Donovan Bonar and Canon St. John teamed in goal for the Timbers North FC. Kasey Lafoon coached the team. The team starts their regular season games this week. In the front row from left are Colton Rush and Preston Samayoa; second row from left, Reilly Smith, Karter Engebretsen, Chuck Mattila, Canon St. John and Donovan Bonar; and back row from left, Charlie Dircksen, Bear Coleman, Collin Storey, Kiernin Ridley and Hudson Barlow. Not pictured is Davey Dance.

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    Courtesy photo The Thorns North FC 09 Girls Green soccer team won the U11 Girls Silver division at the Sandpoint Pend Oreille Cup last weekend in Sandpoint. Savannah Spencer was in goal and Ryann Blair scored the championship-winning goal. From left are Molly Carroll, Clara Schmidt, Ryann Blair, Ava Roberts, Aspen Liddiard, Phinalley Voigt, Dakota Hoch, Sierra Sheppard, Eliza Murphy, Addison Karoblis, Savannah, Tayla Ruchti and coach Tomas Barrera.

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    Courtesy photo The Thorns North FC 12 Girls played their first tournament of the season in the U9 girls division at the Pend Oreille Cup last weekend in Sandpoint. From left are Georgia Carr, Eloise Mandel, Sara Fischer, Mila Behunin, Ariana Leferink, Tessa Schmidt, Chloe Quinn, Amelia Green, Autumn Evans, Jailyn Scott and Quinn Martin.

  • Courtesy photo The FC Spokane Boys 09 soccer team won the Gold Division at the Pend Oreille Cup last weekend in Sandpoint. In the front row from left was Maks Pastukhov, Canden Arnold, Dekker Saville, Ryder Owen-Ratkovich, Brycen Quinones, Ryan Mercer, Reid Thompson and Braden Smith; back row from left, Henry Earnest, Kyson Olson, Tajh Williams, Liam Mortensen, Elijah Rigsby, Connor Karlin and Noah Camargo; and rear, assistant coach Andy Olson.

  • 1

    Courtesy photo The FC Spokane North Idaho Boys 10 soccer team won the WISL fall season opener with a 5-0 win over the Spokane Sounders on Saturday. In the front row from left are Andrew Applegate, David Hirschi, Cash Burger McLuskie, Kolson Asher and Logan Averett; back row from left, Griffin Dooley, Mason Groom, Jeremiah Mebrahtu, Noah Stern, Kamden Asher, Logan Bjork and Max Shaporda; and rear, coach Ashley Rider.

  • 2

    Courtesy photo The Thorns North FC 09 Girls Yellow participated in the Pend Oreille Cup last weekend in Sandpoint. The Thorns tied their first game 1-1 (Olivia Smith, 1 goal), won their second game 2-1 (Nell Dodge-Hutchins and Chloe Burkholder, 1 goal each) and won their third game 2-1 (Ashley Yates, 2 goals). In the front row from left are Madeline Witherwax, Cadyn Leonard, and Catherine Storey; and back row from left, coach Tomas Barrera, Jakobi Jameson, Chloe Burkholder, Taryn Young, Mallory Morrisroe, Olivia Smith, Brooklyn Leen, Ashley Yates, Audrey Linder, Nell Dodge-Hutchins and coach Eric Burkholder. Not pictured is Kayla Tenney.

  • 3

    Courtesy photo The Timbers North FC 09 Boys Green soccer team walked away with second place in the Pend Orielle Cup. On Saturday morning, the team faced off against the Spokane Sounders B2009 Valley Rave. Grant Johnson and Mason Taylor were keepers for the game. The Timbers charged into the first half with a hat trick by Ayden Garayalde and another goal scored by Collin Simon for a 4-0 lead at the end of the half. In the second half, the got yet another goal by Ayden Garayalde and Ethan Luna with two goals with an assist from Jacob Melun. The Timbers won 7-1. Game No. 2 on Saturday was a 1-0 Timbers win over IYESA B09 Bresson, on a goal by Brooks Judd. On day two, the Timbers beat Flathead Rapids Black of Kalispell 7-0. Grant Johnson had an assist to Archer Coburn for a goal, Rowan Wyatt with an assist to Ayden Garayalde, and a 3rd goal by Mason Taylor. In the second half, the Timbers boys got goals from Jacob Melun, Jackson Duvall, Mason Taylor, and Mason Taylor, with an assist to Brooks Judd. Archer Coburn, Grant Johnson, Mason Taylor and Jacob Melun teamed for the shutout in goal. In the championship game, Flathead Green scored the lone goal on a penalty kick for a 1-0 win over the Timbers. In the front row from left are Cole Thompson, Rowan Wyatt, Jackson Duvall and Mason Taylor; and back row from left, coach Jason Wyatt, Maxwell Chapman, Archer Coburn, Grant Johnson, Ayden Garayalde, Collin Simon, Jacob Melun and Brooks Judd. Not pictured are Ethan Luna, Miles Hart and Daniel Biller.

  • 4

    Courtesy photo The Thorns North FC 11 Girls soccer team took second place in the 2019 Pend Oreille Cup in Sandpoint with a record of 3 wins 1 loss. The Thorns beat the Sandpoint Strikers FC White 3-2, on goals by Evelyn Haycraft, Brightyn Gatten and Vivian Hartzell. the Thorns lost 3-1 to the EW Surf SC G11/12. Riley Greene had the lone Thorns goal. The Thorns beat the Thorns North FC G12 7-1. Kylie Lorona scored 3 goals for the Thorns, Brightyn Gatten 2 goals and Emily Hackett one. The final game was a 3-2 win by the Thorns over We Huffman 2011. Amelia Liddiard, Vivian Hartzell and Brightyn Gatten scored for the Thorns. Pictured from left are Brightyn Gatten, Kylie Lorona, Olivia Hynes, Riley Greene, Evelyn Haycraft, Emily Hackett, Avery Wilson, Amelia Liddiard and Vivian Hartzell.

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    Courtesy photo The Timbers North FC 06 Boys White soccer team traveled to Sandpoint last weekend to compete in the Pend Oreille Cup. Saturday morning they beat Surf Sorenson Surf from Eastern Washington 3-2 after trailing 2-0 in the first half. Timbers goals were made by Gabriel Jones, Bryant Donovan and Spencer Nelson, who was assisted by Landon Miller. On Saturday afternoon the team played Flathead Valley United Green of Kalispell, Mont., to a scoreless tie. Timbers goalkeeper Grant Schofield stopped at least 13 shots. On Sunday morning the Timbers lost 3-2 to the Nelson Selects of Nelson, British Columbia. Ari Rumpler had a goal and an assist for the Timbers, and Devin Pearson had a goal. The Timbers’ final game was a 6-0 loss to FC Spokane 06B Vasquez. Pictured from left are Canyon Spencer, Jackson Nickel, Landon Miller, Isaac Buscema, Jaren Knopp, Gabe Krell, Ari Rumpler, Bryant Donovan, Grayson Storey, Giovanni Carlino, coach Chaz Donovan, Grant Schofield, Spencer Nelson, Devin Pearson, Jaben Cline, Caleb Krell, Preston Coburn and Logan Delbridge.

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    Courtesy photo Senior wide receiver/defensive back Colbey Nosworthy was named Nosworthy's Hall of Fame Coeur d'Alene High Offensive Player of the Week for the Vikings' Aug. 30 game vs. Rigby.

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    Courtesy photo Luke McLaughlin was named the Nosworthy's Hall of Fame Coeur d'Alene High Defensive Player of the Week for the Vikings' Aug. 30 game vs. Rigby.

  • 8

    Courtesy photo Trent Elstad was selected Nosworthy's Hall of Fame Coeur d'Alene High Offensive Player of the Week for the Vikings' game last Friday at Gonzaga Prep.

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    Courtesy photo Carter Wiebusch was named Nosworthy's Hall of Fame Coeur d'Alene High Defensive Player of the Week for the Vikings' game last Friday at Gonzaga Prep.

  • 10

    Courtesy photo Sophomore cross country runner Sammie Wood is this week's Post Falls High School Athlete of the Week. Wood won the girls race at the Timberlake Farragut Invitational last Saturday with a time of 19 minutes, 01 second over the 3.1-mile course. She helped lead the Trojan girls team to a first-place finish.

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    Courtesy photo The Timbers North FC 08 Boys White soccer team participated in the Pend Oreille Cup in Sandpoint. Over the weekend, Reilly Smith, Charlie Dircksen, and Karter Engebretsen each scored 2 goals, Preston Samayoa and Collin Storey had a goal and an assist. Bear Coleman and Davey Dance each scored once. Collin Storey, Donovan Bonar and Canon St. John teamed in goal for the Timbers North FC. Kasey Lafoon coached the team. The team starts their regular season games this week. In the front row from left are Colton Rush and Preston Samayoa; second row from left, Reilly Smith, Karter Engebretsen, Chuck Mattila, Canon St. John and Donovan Bonar; and back row from left, Charlie Dircksen, Bear Coleman, Collin Storey, Kiernin Ridley and Hudson Barlow. Not pictured is Davey Dance.

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    Courtesy photo The Thorns North FC 09 Girls Green soccer team won the U11 Girls Silver division at the Sandpoint Pend Oreille Cup last weekend in Sandpoint. Savannah Spencer was in goal and Ryann Blair scored the championship-winning goal. From left are Molly Carroll, Clara Schmidt, Ryann Blair, Ava Roberts, Aspen Liddiard, Phinalley Voigt, Dakota Hoch, Sierra Sheppard, Eliza Murphy, Addison Karoblis, Savannah, Tayla Ruchti and coach Tomas Barrera.

  • 13

    Courtesy photo The Thorns North FC 12 Girls played their first tournament of the season in the U9 girls division at the Pend Oreille Cup last weekend in Sandpoint. From left are Georgia Carr, Eloise Mandel, Sara Fischer, Mila Behunin, Ariana Leferink, Tessa Schmidt, Chloe Quinn, Amelia Green, Autumn Evans, Jailyn Scott and Quinn Martin.

SELECT SOCCER

Timbers North FC 07 Boys Red: The Timbers defeated NW United BU13 Red from Bellingham, Wash., 7-0 last Saturday at Lake City High School. Timbers goals were scored by Liam Martin (3), Ronan Sternberg (2), Cody Kemp (1) and Lukas Ruchti with a penalty kick.

Thorns North FC 08 Girls Red: The Thorns hosted Nortac Sparta G08 Red on Saturday and won 3-2. Allison Carrico, Kambrya Powers and Ella Pearson each had 1 goal for the Thorns, and Nora Ryan had 1 assist.

Timbers North FC 06 Boys Red: The Timbers opened their season with a 2-2 tie hosting Washington Rush B06 Nero B. Kason Pintler and Connor Jump each had a goal for the Timbers, and Kai Delio and Lachlan May each had an assist.

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