Coeur d’Alene rebounds, splits at Lewiston

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• BASEBALL

COEUR d’ALENE — After getting no-hit in the opener, the Coeur d’Alene Vikings rallied late to beat the Lewiston Bengals 3-2 in the second game of a 5A Inland Empire League doubleheader Wednesday at Church Field.

Lewiston, behind Julian Washburn’s six-strikeout, three-walk no-no, won the opener 6-0.

In the second game, Trevor Luckey’s RBI single in the seventh tied it at 2 for Coeur d’Alene (11-3, 3-1 5A IEL). In the eighth, Brady Thompson led off with a single, was sacrificed to second by Brett Kessee, and scored on Carter Friesz’s triple down the right field line.

“Jackson Sumner pitched an absolutely great game,” Coeur d’Alene coach Nick Mahin, noting his seven strikeouts in 7 2/3 innings. “He absolutely pounded the zone, was an absolute Bulldog for us.”

Lewiston is 11-4, 2-2.

Coeur d’Alene plays host to Post Falls on Friday in a doubleheader.

FIRST GAME

Coeur d’Alene 000 000 0 — 0 0 0

Lewiston 011 400 x — 6 9 4

W — Washburn. L — Daniel Gunnerson.

HITS: Cd’A — none. Lew — N/A.

SECOND GAME

Coeur d’Alene 100 000 11 — 3 9 1

Lewiston 200 000 00 — 2 6 1

W — Jackson Sumner. S — Thomas Robinson

HITS: Cd’A — Mayfield 2, T. Luckey 3, Langley, Beggerly, Thompson, Friesz. Lew — N/A.

Post Falls 4-2

Lake City 0-3

POST FALLS — Quin Bennett pitched a four-hit shutout with six strikeouts as the Trojans beat the visiting Timberwolves in the first game of a 5A Intermountain League doubleheader.

Lake City came back to win the nightcap.

Cameron McKeown had RBI singles in the second and sixth innings of the opener for Post Falls (6-7, 1-3 5A IEL).

“Our pitchers threw really well, especially Quin in the first game,” Post Falls coach Mick Zeller said.

In the second game, Kodie Kolden went 2 for 3 and drove in two runs for Lake City (7-4, 2-2).

“We were so close in the second one,” Zeller said. “Lake City’s runs reached on a walk, walk and hit by pitch. If we don’t give them first base, who knows what happens.”

Lake City coach Paul Manzardo lauded the play of his pitchers in the twinbill.

“They pitched well,” Manzardo said. “Especially Brett Stapleton in the first game. We just couldn’t string any hits together.”

Post Falls plays a doubleheader at Coeur d’Alene on Friday.

Lake City plays host to Lewiston on Saturday in a doubleheader.

FIRST GAME

Lake City 000 000 0 — 0 4 1

Post Falls 020 002 x — 4 8 2

Brett Stapleton, Will Mayo (6) and Conner Conigliaro; Quin Bennett and Nate Buer. W — Bennett. L — Stapleton.

HITS: LC — Kolden, Manzardo, Phillips, Compton. PF — Weeks, Buer, Setian, Pfennigs, Bennett, Zeller, McKeown 2. 2B — Manzardo, Compton, Bennett.

SECOND GAME

Lake City 010 110 0 — 3 6 1

Post Falls 010 001 0 — 2 7 0

Will Mayo, Kodie Kolden (3) and Brock Sween; Jacob Rutherford, Brock Zeller (7) and Nate Buer. W — Kolden. L — Rutherford.

HITS: LC — Kolden 2, Manzardo 2, Phillips, Kelley. PF — Weeks, Gosney, Setian 2, Bennett, Rutherford, McCliment-Call. 2B — Phillips, Setian, McCliment-Call.

Bonners Ferry 10

Timberlake 0

BONNERS FERRY — Shayne Walker drove in five runs, two on a fourth-inning single and two more on a fifth-inning double that ended the Badgers’ Intermountain League victory over the Tigers.

Jesse Dunham went 2 for 3 with three RBIs for Bonners Ferry (10-2, 3-0 IML), which travels to Priest River on Saturday for an IML doubleheader. He pitched a two-hitter, striking out six and walking one.

“They hit the ball well; their group has been together for a long time, and it shows,” Timberlake coach Cameron Knigge said. “I don’t feel like we played bad; we gave them their first three runs on the little things.”

Timberlake (2-5, 2-1) visits Kellogg on Saturday for a league twinbill.

Timberlake 000 00 — 0 2 4

Bonners Ferry 104 32 — 10 10 1

Game called in 5th inning due to 10-run rule.

J. McDonald, Harris (4) and L. McDonald; Jesse Dunham and Kevin Gray. W — Dunham (4-0). L — J. McDonald.

HITS: TL — Smith, Jessen. BF — B. Bateman, Sabin, Walker 2, S. Bateman, Dunham 2, Stockton, Rodriguez, Pluid. 2B — B. Bateman, Walker, Dunham, Pluid.

• SOFTBALL

Coeur d’Alene 3-6

Lewiston 0-0

LEWISTON — Natalie Sell pitched a pair of shutouts, striking out 17 in the first game and 11 in the second, as the Vikings swept the Bengals in 5A Inland Empire League play at Airport Park.

Sell pitched a one-hitter in the first game and a three-hitter in the nightcap for Coeur d’Alene (6-6, 4-2 5A IEL).

“She was in good control, throwing hard,” Coeur d’Alene coach Darren Taylor said. “Bailee Taylor (who had four hits on the day) was on base both games, causing havoc.”

Coeur d’Alene travels to Missoula on Friday to play Sentinel and Big Sky.

Lewiston is 3-6, 0-4.

FIRST GAME

Coeur d’Alene 200 010 0 — 3 5 2

Lewiston 000 000 0 — 0 1 2

Natalie Sell and Hailey Lyons; Rose and Carpenter. W — Sell (2-2). L — Rose.

HITS: Cd’A — Taylor 2, Smith, Lyons 2. Lew — Carpenter. 2B — Carpenter. 3B — Taylor, Lyons.

SECOND GAME

Coeur d’Alene 100 400 1 — 6 11 2

Lewiston 000 000 0 — 0 3 2

Natalie Sell and Hailey Lyons; Rose and Carpenter. W — Sell (3-2). L — Rose.

HITS: Cd’A — Taylor 2, M. Ferminem 2, Donovan 2, B. Comack, Sell 2, Kane, M. Comack. Lew — Lawrence, Carpenter, Bausch. 2B — Sell.

Lake City 18-8

Post Falls 2-5

POST FALLS — Emma Gray and Jalyssa Beamer each had four hits in the first game as the visiting Timberwolves went on to sweep the Trojans in 5A Inland Empire League play.

Dinah Seymour hit a grand slam in the second game for Post Falls (5-7, 2-4), which travels to Sandpoint on Saturday.

Lake City (9-1, 4-0) plays host to Lewiston on Saturday.

FIRST GAME

Lake City 000 442 8 — 18 20 0

Post Falls 200 000 0 — 2 7 5

Ashley Kaufman and Olivia Zufelt; Amanda Rouse and Allison Morris.

HITS: LC — Loffer 2, Chapman 2, Williams, Zufelt 3, Gray 4, Falciani 2, Kaufman, Beamer 4. PF — Goleeke 2, Gleaves 2, Bowers, Demute, Horn. 2B — Zufelt, Gray 2, Kaufman, Beamer 2, Gleaves. 3B — Zufelt, Gleaves.

SECOND GAME

Lake City 011 011 13 — 8 8 1

Post Falls 000 410 00 — 5 8 5

Ashley Kaufman and xxxxxx; Dinah Seymour, Amanda Rouse (6) and xxxxx.

HITS: LC — Loffer, Williamd 3, Zufelt, Beamer 2. PF — Goleeke, Gleaves 3, Bowers, Morris, Seymour, Tremblay. 2B — Loffer, Kaufman, HR — Williams, Seymour.

East Valley 9

Lakeland 7

RATHDRUM — Brittany Charles hit a two-run homer and Mia O’Hara added a solo shot for Lakeland in the nonleague loss to the Knights.

Lakeland (3-6) is scheduled to host Timberlake today at 4.

East Valley 201 006 0 — 9 9 1

Lakeland 002 122 0 — 7 16 3

S. Thompson and K. Harvey; Taylor Wooley, Brittany Charles (6) and Abbey Leon.

HITS: EV — Plubber, Harvey, Robinson, Camyn, McCarthy 3, Thomposn, Beitz. LL — Pehrson, Kastning 4, Charles 2, Rivera, O’Hara 3, Schwalbach, Wooley 2. 2B — McCarthy, Kastning, Pehrson. HR — Charles, O’Hara.

• GOLF

Timberlake girls

top Priest River

TWIN LAKES — Shelbee Hester earned medalist honors as Timberlake’s girls defeated Priest River in an Intermountain League dual at Twin Lakes Village.

Priest River’s boys topped Timberlake.

BOYS

At Twin Lakes Village

Par 36, 2,882 yards

TEAM SCORES — Priest River 205, Timbelake 238.

MEDALIST — Kody Salesky, Priest River, 44.

PRIEST RIVER — Kody Salesky 44, Dillon Yeoman 53, Ben Zapfe 55, Conner Vaage 53, Tanner Cochrane 72.

TIMBERLAKE — Jacob James 61, Chris Jenkins 53, Tanner Larson 63, Wyatt Dickinson 61, Sam Williams 68.

GIRLS

At Twin Lakes Village

Par 36, 2,581 yards

TEAM SCORES — Timberlake 229, Priest River 264.

MEDALIST — Shelbee Hester, Timberlake, 53.

TIMBERLAKE — Tatum Qualsund 56, Shelbee Hester 53, Hanna Mendenhall 62, McKeeley Tonkin 58, Lilly Kelley 64.

PRIEST RIVER — Maddy Rusho 69, Amy Falck 63, Maggee Pankake 65, Heather Pound 67, Mary Rantala 70.

• TENNIS

Coeur d’Alene 7

Post Falls 5

COEUR d’ALENE — The Vikings edged the Trojans in a Inland Empire League tennis match Wednesday at Coeur d’Alene High.

David Goodwin and Hannah Johnson won their respective No. 1 singles matches to lead Coeur d’Alene. The Trojans won bot of their mixed doubles matches, highlighted by Rachel Evans and Rex Wade’s three-set triumph.

BOYS SINGLES — David Goodwin, Cd’A, d. Tyler Sterritt, 6-0, 6-3.; Mason Nagrone, PF, d. Dylan Griff 6-3, 6-0.; Cole Schneider, Cd’A, d. Ryan Buckle 6-1, 6-0.

BOYS DOUBLES — Adam Priebe/Bracken Curtis, Cd’A, d. Logan Hall/James Melson 5-7, 6-4, 6-2.; No. 2, Colton Melton/Jason Benton, Cd’A, d. Bayley Throm/Josh Whitney, 6-1, 6-3.

GIRLS SINGLES — No. 1, Hannah Johnson, Cd’A, d. Taylor Burrell, 6-3, 6-0.; No. 2, Haley Argo, Cd’A, d. Allie Kyes, 6-1, 6-1.; No. 3, Courtney Finney, PF, d. Abby Childress, 6-2, 6-1.

GIRLS DOUBLES — No. 1, Lauren Carlsen/Sarah Swider, Cd’A, def. Lexi Young/Timmie Short, 6-3, 6-1.; No. 2, Maddie Sunnel/Molly Barkley, PF, d. Kiah Morton/Katie Venera, 6-0, 6-4.

MIXED DOUBLES — No. 1, Hunter Schertz/Kaitlyn McLoed, PF, d. Kim Gunnerson/Brock Tanya, (no score provided); No. 2, Dalton Fry/Maddie Lahr, PF, d. Rachel Evans/Rex Wade, 7-6, 7-5, 6-3.

Lake City 6

Sandpoint 6

SANDPOINT — Chris Vargas won at No. 1 boys singles for the visiting Timberwolves, who tied the Bulldogs.

GIRLS SINGLES — No. 1, Laney Search, Spt, d. Sydney Jackson, 6-4, 6-1. No. 2, Khloe Kyllonen, Spt, d. Elisa James, 6-4, 4-6, 6-1. No. 3, Schreyer Jones, LC, d. Tessa Beeman, 6-3, 6-1.

GIRLS DOUBLES — No. 1, Bryce Martin/Arielle Myers, LC, d. Allura Livingston/Alana Seifert, 8-6. No. 2, April Clark/Amy Clark, Spt, d. Ashleigh Gervais/Madison Morris, 8-5.

BOYS SINGLES — No. 1, Chris Vargas, LC, d. Jacob Jackson, Spt, 6-1, 6-1. No. 2, Jack DuCoeur, 6-1, 6-0. No. 3, Clayton Hill, LC, d. Shane Curtis, 6-3, 6-1.

BOYS DOUBLES — No. 1, Juan Dorado/Koen Connor, Spt, d. Gunnar Stauning/Josh Weadick, 8-5. No. 2, Nick Brown/Hudson Brandt, LC, by injury default.

MIXED DOUBLES — No. 1, Patrick Rockwell/Liz Parsley, Spt, d. Gabe Gates/Tessa Widmeyer, 8-1. No. 2, Declan Plummer/Jenny Slaveck, Spt, d. Paul Wineinger/Bre Torres, 8-2.

• LACROSSE

Lake City 20

Sandpoint 2

COEUR d’ALENE — Sam Buckland tallied five goals to pace the Lake City boys lacrosse in a 20-2 rout of Sandpoint on Wednesday at Lake City High.

Goalie Lucas Briner had six saves for Lake City (5-2), which plays host to Capital High of Boise at 2 p.m. Saturday.

LAKE CITY — Goals: Devin Latrell 1, Danny Torres 3, Cameron Chun 3, Matt Duchow 2, Zach Brown 4, Jake Donohoe 1, Sam Buckland 5. Assists: Latrell 2, Brady Whitmore 1, Brown 2, Donohoe 2, Buckland 1. Saves: Lucas Briner 6, Josh Johnson 1.

SANDPOINT — Goals: Hutchings 1, Teaway 1.

• TRACK AND FIELD

Lakeside boys win

at Wallace meet

SILVERTON — Lakeside’s boys and Wallace’s girls nabbed team titles at a meet featuring North Star League teams on Tuesday.

GIRLS

TEAM SCORES — 1, Wallace, 102. 2, Clark Fork, 79. 3, Kootenai, 31. 4, Lakeside, 14.

100 — 1, Sara Hathaway, CF, 14.01. 2, Madison Napierala, Koot, 14.08. 3, Aby Berger, Wal, 14.65.

200 — 1, Aby Berger, Wal, 29.36. 2, Hannah Garitone, Wal, 30.39. 3, Emily Garman, CF, 31.14.

400 — 1, Abby Travis, Wal, 1:09.94. 2, Ellie Kiebert, CF, 1:13.6. 3, Iyana King, Wal, 1:13.86.

800 — 1, Kathleen Branz, Wal, 2:45.1.

1,600 — 1, Branz, Wal, 6:14.37. 2, Ali Sutton, CF, 6:54.65.

100 hurdles — 1, Sara Hathaway, CF, 17.95. 2, Emily Garman, CF, 18.52. 3, Madison Napierala, Koot, 18.62.

300 hurdles — 1, Emily Garman, CF, 58.53.

4X100 relay — 1, Wallace (Hannah Garitone, Abby Travis, Catie Sheppard, Aby Berger), 55.85. 2, Koot, 57.97.

4X200 relay — 1, Wallace (Garitone, Travis, Sheppard, Berger), 2:00.85.

4X400 relay — 1, Wallace (Mekayla Messick, Iyana King, Abby Travis, Kathleen Branz), 5:04.55.

Spring medley relay — 1, Kootenai (Rachael Riley, Clare Keogh, Michaela LaFountaine, Kennedy LaFountaine), 2:17.80.

Shot put — 1, Maggie Howard, Wal, 29-08.5. 2, Sarah Daman, LS, 28-11. 3, Nona Young, CF, 27-10.

Discus — 1, Young, CF, 83-11. 2, Daman, LS, 80-2. 3, Howard, Wal, 77-2.

High jump — 1, Sara Hathaway, CF, 4-6. 2, Clare Keogh, Koot, 4-4.

Long jump — 1, Catie Sheppard, Wal, 12-3. 2, Ellie Kiebert, CF, 12-0. 3, Halei Ungerbuehler, Wal, 11-11.

BOYS

TEAM SCORES — 1, Lakeside, 92. 2, Wallace, 65. 3, Clark Fork, 53. 4, Kootenai, 46. 5, Mullan, 9.

100 — 1, Anthony Roy, Wal, 12.37. 2, Jordan Davison, Lak, 12.68. 3, Jaden Dimitroff, Wal, 12.73.

200 — 1, Hunter Boudousquie, CF, 25.08. 2, Jaden Dimitroff, Wal, 25.98. 3, Max Icardo, CF, 26.42.

400 — 1, Hunter Whipple, Koot, 57.04. 2, Robert Sperber, Lak, 1:00.2. 3, Honor Olson, LS, 1:03.8.

800 — 1, Robert Cameron, LS, 2:31.55. 2, Alexandro Johnson, LS, 2:41.86. 3, Jacob Brewster, Koot, 3:13.45.

1,600 — 1, Cameron, LS, 5:48.80. 2, Mathis Heisel, CF, 6:15.57. 3, Michael Myers, CF, 6:17.27.

3,200 — 1, Nick Thomas, Wal, 12:07.07. 2, Jacob Brewster, Koot, 14:42.92.

100 hurdles — 1, Max Icardo, CF, 18.18. 2, Andrew Whipple, Koot, 18.29.

300 hurdles — 1, Icardo, CF, 47.15. 2, Whipple, Koot, 49.14.

4X100 relay — 1, Wallace (Anthony Roy, Steven Dellinger, Stetson Crewdson, Jaden Dimitroff), 48.78. 2, Lakeside, 50.54.

4X200 relay — 1, Wallace (Roy, Dimitroff, Crewdson, Dellinger), 1:40.16. 2, Lakeside, 1:45.10.

Sprint medley relay — 1, Wallace (Roy, Dellinger, Crewdson, Thomas), 4:24.16. 2, Kootenai, 4:40.42.

Shot put — 1, Bryar Sanchez, LS, 34-11. 2, Hunter Boudousquie, CF, 34-7. 3, Alex Poland, Wal, 34-3.

Discus — 1, Seth Dechand, Mul, 101-3. 2, Poland, Wal, 100-10. 3, Zayne Hunter, Wal, 95-9.

High jump — 1, Hunter Whipple, Koot, 5-2.

Long jump — 1, Jordan Davison, LS, 18-2. 2, Michael Myers, CF, 14-10. 3, Triston Ayerst, LS, 14-7.75.

Triple jump — 1, Triston Ayerst, LS, 32-8. 2, Robert Cameron, LS, 29-7.

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