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  • Courtesy photo Lake City High recently presented its athlete awards for the 2016-17 school year. Sitting from left, Sophia Cruzaedo, Jamie Combo Award; Havana Johnson, LCHS Athlete of the Year; Alex Ayers, LCHS Athlete of the Year; and Anna Drapeau, Donna Messenger Female LC Spirit of the Wolf award; and standing from left, Rusty Dan, LC Boosters Male Athlete of the Year and Donna Messenger Male LC Spirit of the Wolf award; Nina Carlson, LC Boosters Female Athlete of the Year; Jocie Osika, LC Scholar Athlete of the Year; and Travis Swallow, LC Scholar Athlete of the Year.

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    Courtesy photo The Sting Timbers FC ’07 boys Green soccer team went 4-0 and won the Silver Division of their age group at the recent 3 Blind Refs Tournament in Kalispell, Mont. In the front row from left are Brett Johnson, Keaton Gust, Liam Martin, Rylie Brandt, Kyle Waddell and Zac Kerns; middle row from left, Dylan Memmott, Sawyer Anderson, Dylan Wilson, Brady Meehan and Olin Young; and back row from left, coaches Landon Anderson and Ryan Brandt.

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    Courtesy photo The Sting Timbers FC ’09 boys soccer team went undefeated for its spring season, including a Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament championship, and an overall record of 16-0. In the front row from left are Luke Fritts and Rowan Wyatt; second row from left, Luc Buckland, Tracen Crossley, Wyatt Morgenstern, Cooper Hermes, Gage Gatten and Wyatt Hartzell; and back row from left, coach Jason Wyatt, Creighton Lehosit and Cole Thompson.

  • Courtesy photo Lake City High recently presented its athlete awards for the 2016-17 school year. Sitting from left, Sophia Cruzaedo, Jamie Combo Award; Havana Johnson, LCHS Athlete of the Year; Alex Ayers, LCHS Athlete of the Year; and Anna Drapeau, Donna Messenger Female LC Spirit of the Wolf award; and standing from left, Rusty Dan, LC Boosters Male Athlete of the Year and Donna Messenger Male LC Spirit of the Wolf award; Nina Carlson, LC Boosters Female Athlete of the Year; Jocie Osika, LC Scholar Athlete of the Year; and Travis Swallow, LC Scholar Athlete of the Year.

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    Courtesy photo The Sting Timbers FC ’07 boys Green soccer team went 4-0 and won the Silver Division of their age group at the recent 3 Blind Refs Tournament in Kalispell, Mont. In the front row from left are Brett Johnson, Keaton Gust, Liam Martin, Rylie Brandt, Kyle Waddell and Zac Kerns; middle row from left, Dylan Memmott, Sawyer Anderson, Dylan Wilson, Brady Meehan and Olin Young; and back row from left, coaches Landon Anderson and Ryan Brandt.

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    Courtesy photo The Sting Timbers FC ’09 boys soccer team went undefeated for its spring season, including a Bill Eisenwinter Hot Shot Tournament championship, and an overall record of 16-0. In the front row from left are Luke Fritts and Rowan Wyatt; second row from left, Luc Buckland, Tracen Crossley, Wyatt Morgenstern, Cooper Hermes, Gage Gatten and Wyatt Hartzell; and back row from left, coach Jason Wyatt, Creighton Lehosit and Cole Thompson.

BASKETBALL

Lakeland girls camp: Lakeland High head girls basketball coach Steve Seymour and assistant coach Deana Lange head the instructional staff for the Lady Hawk Basketball Camp, scheduled for next Monday through Thursday at Lakeland High School and Lakeland Junior High School.

The camp, from 9 a.m. to noon each day, is for girls entering grades 4-9.

Cost is $50, which includes a camp basketball and T-shirt.

Information: Steve Seymour, sseymour@lakeland272.org

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