PREP FOOTBALL: Irvin leads Lake City to win over East Valley in the rain

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SPOKANE VALLEY — Chris Irvin passed for one touchdown and ran for another as the Lake City Timberwolves weathered the rain and beat the East Valley Knights 13-7 in nonleague high school football on Friday night.

Lake City (3-2) moved above the .500 mark for the first time since 2014.

Irvin’s 2-yard run in the third quarter gave the Timberwolves the lead for good. His 2-yard TD pass to Matthew Whitcomb in the second quarter opened the scoring.

“We were pretty sloppy in general,” Lake City coach Brian Fulp said. “Missed assignments, I think we had six drops. But a great defensive effort; our defense put in a lot of good positions to be successful. They gave us a short field on both touchdowns.

“It was one of those ones we had to gut out.”

It was homecoming for East Valley (1-3).

Lake City travels to Sandpoint next Friday to wrap up nonleague play.

Lake City 0 7 6 0 — 13

East Valley 0 7 0 0 — 7

LC — Matthew Whitcomb 2 pass from Chris Irvin (Dante Hardin kick)

EV — TD run

LC — Irvin 2 run (kick failed)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS (Lake City)

RUSHING — LC, Uriah Chavez 14-72, Chris Irvin 6-7, Logan Jeanselme 3-15, Nicholas Webb 16-45.

PASSING — LC, Irvin 12-22-1-143.

RECEIVING — LC, Whitcomb 1-2, Jeanselme 6-68, Rosenau 1-15, Chavez 1-12, Bowman 2-37, Webb 1-9.

Timberlake 47

St. Maries 6

SPIRIT LAKE — Joey Follini passed for three touchdowns and ran for a fourth, and the host 3A Tigers ended a three-game losing streak against the 2A Lumberjacks in resounding fashion at Van Tuinstra Memorial Field.

Follini completed 13 of 23 passes for 167 yards for Timberlake (4-0). Jeremy McLemore ran for 108 yards and a touchdown on 15 carries. Jack McDonald caught five passes for 69 yards, and Louis Powell had three catches, two for touchdowns, for 38 yards. He also rushed for 50 yards on seven carries for the Tigers, who outgained the Lumberjacks 349-119.

Tristan Nelson caught two passes for 70 yards for St. Maries. Eli Gibson ran for 35 yards on 10 carries, and completed 4 of 13 for 89 yards.

Next Friday, Timberlake plays at Lakeland, and St. Maries visits Bonners Ferry.

St. Maries 0 0 0 6 — 6

Timberlake 2 24 14 7 — 47

First quarter

TL — Safety

Second quarter

TL — Louis Powell 17 pass from Joey Follini (Jack McDonald kick)

TL — Jeremy McLemore 10 run (McDonald kick)

TL — Jacob James 11 pass from Follini (McDonald kick)

TL — FG McDonald 34

Third quarter

TL — Follini 7 run (McDonald kick)

TL — Powell 9 pass from Follini (McDonald kick)

Fourth quarter

TL — Luke Fortin 1 run (McDonald kick)

SM — 14-yd TD pass (kick failed)

Lakeside 30

Wallace 12

SILVERTON — Junior Alberto Arroyo, normally a tight end, shifted into the backfield and scored two touchdowns as the visiting Knights (3-0) fended off the Miners (0-4) at Sather Field.

Arroyo, normally a defensive lineman as well, moved to linebacker for shorthanded Lakeside.

“He ran tough today, and I was also proud of the way he played on defense,” Lakeside coach Chris Dohrman said. “We had to shift some people around this week; we were missing a couple of kids.”

Jayson (JJ) Hall also scored a pair of touchdowns for Lakeside.

The two teams play again next Friday in Plummer.

Lakeside 8 8 8 6 — 30

Wallace 6 0 0 6 — 12

LS — Jayson Hall 28 run (Lazarus Iron Cloud pass from Tucker Sanchez)

Wall — Logan Hull 65 run (run failed)

LS — Alberto Arroyo 2 run (Arroyo pass from Sanchez)

LS — Arroyo 11 pass from Sanchez (Arroyo run)

LS — Hall 14 pass from Sanchez (pass failed)

Wall — Hull 2 run (run failed)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — LS, Arroyo 19-156, Hall 14-63, Sanchez 3-2. Wall, Hull 10-97, Vaughter 11-14, Morin 1-0.

PASSING — LS, Sanchez 8-13-0-52. Wall, 2-10-37.

RECEIVING — LS, Arroyo 5-16, Iron Cloud 1-16, Hall 1-14, Faber 1-6. Wall, Vaughter 1-20, Field 1-17.

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