STATE HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER TOURNAMENTS: Cd’A Charter girls to play for another title; Lake City boys fall in semis

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CALDWELL — Coeur d’Alene Charter will play for its fourth straight state 3A girls soccer championship today, after edging Marsh Valley of Arimo 2-1 in a semifinal game Friday at Vallivue High.

Sarah Hines scored in the 16th and 47th minutes for Charter (17-1-0), which will play Sugar-Salem for the title today at noon PDT at Middleton High. Sugar-Salem (18-1-1) defeated Weiser 2-1 in the other semifinal.

Macey Moors scored for Marsh Valley (14-3-2) in the 56th minute.

Coeur d’Alene Charter — Goals: Sarah Hines 2. Saves: Danika Nowak 6.

Marsh Valley — Goals: Macey Moors 1. Saves — Kendalyn Murdock 12.


Skyview 5

Lake City 0

EAGLE — One day after upsetting District 3 champion Borah of Boise in the opening round despite being down a man for most of the match, the Timberwolves were shut out by the Hawks of Nampa, the third seed from that district, in a semifinal match at Eagle High.

Lake City (9-4-3) faces Madison (11-9-0) of Rexburg in the third-place match at Eagle High today at noon.

John Isasi recorded a hat trick for Skyview (9-7-3), which faces Eagle (11-7-2) in the championship match today at Rocky Mountain High in Meridian.

Lake City — Goals: none. Saves: Tyler Allred 3.

Skyview — Goals: John Isasi 3, Ty Bassett 2. Assists: Bassett 1, Jonny Camacho 1, Travis Flake 1. Saves: Javier Bustamante 3, Florentino Galvin 1.

Coeur d’Alene 1

Mountain View 1 (PK)

EAGLE — Down to the final kick, sophomore forward Alex Reyes sent the Vikings onward to the consolation championship match.

Reyes connected on the final kick of a penalty kick shootout as the Vikings outlasted the Mavericks of Meridian in a loser-out match at Eagle High.

Coeur d’Alene won the shootout 3-2 after the teams played to a 1-1 tie following regulation and two overtime periods.

Noah Cobb and Cameron Dance — who scored a goal in regulation — scored on the first two shots of the shootout. Coeur d’Alene missed its next two before Reyes’ goal lifted them to the win.

Cooper Proctor had eight saves for Coeur d’Alene (11-3-1), which faces Borah (11-4-4) in today at 9 a.m. PST.

Mountain View finishes 9-10-3.

Coeur d’Alene — Goals: Cameron Dance 1. Shootout goals: Noah Cobb 1, Dance 1, Alex Reyes 1. Saves: Cooper Proctor 8.

Mountain View — Goals: Nick Bisagno 1. Shootout goals: unknown. Saves: Kevin Pullera 8.


Coeur d’Alene 2

Madison 1

MERIDIAN — Tierra Lambert and Jordan Roth scored goals to lead the Vikings past the Bobcats of Rexburg in a loser-out match at Meridian High.

Lily Foster had 10 saves for Coeur d’Alene (6-7-5), which faces Eagle (10-6-2) in the consolation championship today at Meridian.

Madison finishes (14-4-0).

Coeur d’Alene — Goals: Tierra Lambert 1, Jordan Roth 1. Saves: Lily Foster 10.

Madison — Goals: Annalise Brunson 1. Saves: Rachel Hicks 1.

Eagle 2

Lake City 1, OT

MERIDIAN — Bradie Garven scored the game-winner in overtime for the Mustangs in a victory over the Timberwolves in a loser-out match at Meridian High.

Maddy Lasher scored for Lake City, the Region 1 champion, which finishes 11-4-0. It is the first time Lake City has gone 0-2 at state since 2011.

Eagle (10-6-2) faces Coeur d’Alene (6-7-5) in the consolation championship game today at Meridian.

Lake City — Goals: Maddy Lasher 1. Saves: Hailey Jo Parks 5.

Eagle — Goals: Bradie Garven 2. Assists: McCall Pugh 1. Saves: Bailey Blanchett 1.


Teton 4

Cd’A Charter 3

CALDWELL — Dennis Klein, Lucca Correa and Jordan Gallegoes scored goals for the Panthers in a loss to the Redskins in a loser-out match at Vallivue High.

Coeur d’Alene Charter, in its first season as a program, finishes 10-8-2.

Teton (11-6-0) faces Bliss (15-6-1) — which eliminated Bonners Ferry 2-1 earlier Friday — in the consolation championship match today at Vallivue.

Teton — Goals: Alan Castro 1, Lucas Stock 1, Yahire Hernandez 1, Brian Velazquez 1. Saves: Caleb Baird 10.

Coeur d’Alene Charter — Goals: Dennis Klein 1, Lucca Correa 1, Jordan Gallegoes 1. Saves: Miles Taylor 14.

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