PREP SOCCER: Post Falls boys edge Lake City

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  • Carson Jacobsen of Post Falls High looks back to his teammates after scoring a goal in final minutes of Tuesday’s game at Lake City. Post Falls defeated Lake City 4-3. LOREN BENOIT/Press

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    Lake City’s Noah Janzen and Joshua Brisendine fight for the soccer ball during Tuesday’s match at Lake City. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

  • Carson Jacobsen of Post Falls High looks back to his teammates after scoring a goal in final minutes of Tuesday’s game at Lake City. Post Falls defeated Lake City 4-3. LOREN BENOIT/Press

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    Lake City’s Noah Janzen and Joshua Brisendine fight for the soccer ball during Tuesday’s match at Lake City. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)


COEUR d’ALENE — Carson Jacobsen’s goal in the 65th minute was the difference for the visiting Post Falls Trojans in a 4-3 win over the Lake City Timberwolves in 5A Inland Empire League play at the Irma Anderl Soccer Complex.

“We definitely came out and set the pace early on,” Post Falls coach Gabe Lawson said. “Lake City stepped up the pressure in the second half, and our back line had some difficulty dealing with the press. Even though we had some issues, we found a way to keep the score the way we wanted it. Sometimes, in this portion of the league and being on the road, you’ve got to find a way to win and we did that tonight.”

Alex Lopez scored two goals in the first half for league-leading Post Falls (7-0, 3-0 5A IEL), which hosts Moscow on Thursday.

Ty Shaw scored off the second half kickoff for Lake City (5-2-2, 1-2), which hosts Lakeland tonight at 6 on the school’s football field.

“We came out flat and allowed Post Falls to punish us and we found ourselves down 0-3 in the first 15 minutes,” Lake City coach Alan Rich said. “Most teams would have just caved, but the character of the team was more evident in any previous game this season, and we clawed back. I’m proud of the guys for responding positively to a lot of things we discussed during Monday’s training session.”

First half — 1, PF, Alex Lopez (unassisted), 4:00. 2, PF, Lopez (unassisted), 12:00. 3, PF, Carson Jacobsen (unassisted), 25:00. 4, LC, Devin Claflin (Bryce Allred), 32:00. Second half — 5, LC, Ty Shaw (unassisted), 41:00. 6, PF, Jacobsen (unassisted), 65:00. 7, LC, Landon Lee (Allred), 76:00.

Shots on goal — PF 14, LC 15.

Saves — PF, Kael McGowan, 11; LC, Tyler Allred 9.

Coeur d’Alene 2

Lewiston 0

LEWISTON — Tristan Delbridge tapped in a cross from Drake Prohaska in the 64th minute to open the scoring, and the Vikings blanked the Bengals in 5A Inland Empire League play at Walker Field.

Michael Schlothauer beat the keeper one-on-one after a through ball from Noah Cobb in the 73rd minute to complete the scoring for Coeur d’Alene (4-2, 2-1 5A IEL).

Cooper Proctor notched the shutout in goal for Coeur d’Alene, which plays host to Post Falls on Saturday.

Lewiston is 0-3 in league.

No box score was available.

Timberlake 7

Priest River 0

SPIRIT LAKE — Joao dos Santos recorded a hat trick for the Tigers in an Intermountain League win over the Spartans at Timberlake High.

Nate Anderson, Timberlake’s starting goalie, scored in the 66th minute after moving to midfield.

“Nate doesn’t get out in the field much and it was only the second match that he was able to get onto the field,” Timberlake coach Steve Michael said. “He hit a low shot that was hard for the keeper to handle.”

Timberlake (9-0-1, 7-0) hosts Bonners Ferry on Thursday at 5 p.m.

First half — 1, TL, Joao dos Santos (Ron Rojas), 10:00. 2, TL, Rojas (dos Santos), 20:00. 3, TL, Santos (Gavin Mooney), 33:00. 4, TL, dos Santos (unassisted), 34:00. 5, TL, Wade Scott (unassisted), 37:00. Second half — 6, TL, Nate Anderson (unassisted), 66:00. 7, TL, Caleb Harris (unassisted), 76:00.

Shots on goal — PR 7, TL 12.

Saves — PR, Bradley Gleason, 7; TL, Nate Anderson 6, Ron Rojas 0.

Cd’A Charter 2

St. Maries 2

ST. MARIES — Ronan Malaghan’s goal on a penalty kick in the 64th minute for the Panthers was the final tally in an Intermountain League draw with the Lumberjacks at City Park.

“It was a really good match, and both teams played really well,” St. Maries coach Chris Renaldo said. “It was a hard match and another tie, but both teams played great defense.”

Dylan Sotin had a goal and assist for St. Maries (3-3-3, 3-3-3 IML), which faces Immaculate Conception on Friday at Bodine Field in Post Falls.

Coeur d’Alene Charter (6-2-1, 4-2-1) travels to Grangeville on Thursday.

First half — 1, SM, Dillon Ledbetter (Dylan Sotin), 20:00. Second half — 2, Charter, Ronan Malaghan (free kick), 57:00. 3, SM, Sotin (Lance Hamblin), 60:00. 4, Charter, Malaghan (penalty kick), 64:00.

Shots on goal — Charter 2, SM 4.

Saves — Charter, Miles Taylor 2; SM, Greyson Sands 1.


Coeur d’Alene 3

Lewiston 0

COEUR d’ALENE — Zoe Cox scored two goals on assists from Olivia Wyatt and Geneva Bengtson to lead the Vikings in a 5A Inland Empire League win over the visiting Bengals.

“Lewiston was playing a high line defensive trap,” Coeur d’Alene coach Andy Vredenburg said. “Zoe got a couple of breakaways and took two great shots.”

Elli Morrisroe capped the scoring in the 70th minute on an assist from McKenzie Mattis for Coeur d’Alene (3-3-2, 2-0-1 5A IEL), which travels to Lakeland on Thursday.

Lewiston is 0-3 in league.

First half — 1, Cd’A, Zoe Cox (Olivia Wyatt), 18:00. Second half — 2, Cd’A, Cox (Geneva Bengtson), 52:00. 3, Cd’A, Elli Morrisroe (McKenzie Mattis), 70:00.

Shots on goal — Lew 8, Cd’A 25.

Saves — Lew, Rylie Reagen, 20; Cd’A, Lily Foster 3, Autumn Lambert 5.

Lake City 3

Post Falls 0

POST FALLS — Madyson Smith’s penalty kick in the 19th minute started the visiting Timberwolves to a 5A Inland Empire League victory over the Trojans.

Maddy Lasher had two assists for Lake City (6-2-0, 2-1-0 5A IEL), which won 10-0 at Lakeland on Monday.

“It looked like our third game in four days,” Lake City coach Matt Ruchti said. “But we battled through it, and got the result we wanted.”

“I think we started pretty well, but when we got called for the PK in the 19th minute, the girls lost confidence,” Post Falls coach Steve Mills said.

Lake City visits Lewiston on Saturday. Post Falls (3-4-2, 1-1-1) travels to Moscow on Thursday.

First half — 1, LC, Madyson Smith (penalty kick), 19:00. 2, LC, Izzy Henkle (Maddy Lasher), 39:00. Second half — 3, Kali McKellips (Lasher), 77:00.

Shots on goal — LC 16, PF 1.

Saves — LC, Hailey Jo Parks 1; PF, Ashley Grant, 13.

Cd’A Charter 13

St. Maries 0

ST. MARIES — Sarah Hines scored five goals and also had an assist in the Intermountain League victory for the Panthers, who bounced back after having their streak of 42 matches without a loss snapped on Saturday at Freeman.

Cadence Wilson, Isabella Lucky and Megan Moore each had two goals for Coeur d’Alene Charter (7-1, 7-0 IML). Allie Klein added a goal and two assists for the Panthers.

Coeur d’Alene Charter travels to Grangeville on Thursday.

St. Maries (2-5-1 league) visits Kellogg on Thursday.

First half — 1, Charter, Cadence Wilson (unassisted), 3:00. 2, Charter, Sarah Hines (Kiley Cutler), 8:00. 3, Charter, Isabella Lucky (unassisted), 9:00. 4, Charter, Wilson (Hines), 10:00. 5, Charter, Hines (Eden Harger), 17:00. 6, Charter, Allie Klein (Megan Moore), 23:00. Second half — 7, Charter, Hines (Lucky), 44:00. 8, Charter, Hines (Cutler), 52:00. 9, Charter, Moore (unassisted), 60:00. 10, Charter, Moore (Rebekah Hines), 64:00. 11, Charter, Hines (Klein), 66:00. 12, Charter, Lucky (B. Hines), 76:00. 13, Zhaely Clemens (Klein), 78:00.

Shots on goal— Charter 22, SM 0.

Saves — Charter, Mercedes Zepeda 0, Danica Nowak 0; SM, Angela Parish 1, Jenna Holder 0, Hope Aasgard 1, Macie Rimel 5.

Timberlake 3

Priest River 1

SPIRIT LAKE — Hanne Larson scored two unassisted goals in the final 25 minutes to send the Tigers past the Spartans in an Intermountain League match at Timberlake High.

“Priest River was a pretty even matchup and we were scrambling a little bit and had to think outside the box,” Timberlake coach Steve Michael said. “We played Hanne a little further up the field, took a risk and it paid off for us.”

Alexis Barry scored in the 12th minute for Timberlake (6-4, 6-2 IML), which hosts Bonners Ferry on Thursday at 7 p.m.

First half — 1, TL, Alexis Barry, 12:00. Second half — 2, PR, Fink, 50:00. 3, TL, Larson (unassisted), 55:00. 4, TL, Larson (unassisted), 72:00.

Shots on goal — PR 8, TL 12.

Saves — PR, Fitzmorris, 6; TL, Ella Nunn, 4.

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