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  • Courtesy photo Coeur d’Alene High senior running back/linebacker Caleb Beggerly is this week’s Nosworthy’s Hall of Fame Viking Football offensive Player of the Game. Beggerly had 191 yards rushing with touchdown runs of 88 and 70 yards in a 62-43 victory over Mead. Beggerly also had over 150 yards in punt and kick returns including an 88-yard punt return for a TD.

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    Courtesy photo Coeur d’Alene senior linebacker wide receiver Ross Chadderdon is this week’s Viking Football defensive Player of the Game. Chadderdon had 12 tackles, including four tackles-for-loss, in Saturday’s 62-43 victory over Mead. Chadderdon also recorded the most tackles on special teams and scored on a 63-yard pass reception.

  • Courtesy photo Coeur d’Alene High senior running back/linebacker Caleb Beggerly is this week’s Nosworthy’s Hall of Fame Viking Football offensive Player of the Game. Beggerly had 191 yards rushing with touchdown runs of 88 and 70 yards in a 62-43 victory over Mead. Beggerly also had over 150 yards in punt and kick returns including an 88-yard punt return for a TD.

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    Courtesy photo Coeur d’Alene senior linebacker wide receiver Ross Chadderdon is this week’s Viking Football defensive Player of the Game. Chadderdon had 12 tackles, including four tackles-for-loss, in Saturday’s 62-43 victory over Mead. Chadderdon also recorded the most tackles on special teams and scored on a 63-yard pass reception.

SELECT SOCCER

Sting Timbers ’04 boys: The Sting defeated the Idaho Inferno Engelson 6-2 on Aug. 31. Noah Janzen scored a hat trick, Alex Reyes had two goals, Evan Lowder had a goal and an assist, and Bryce Allred had two assists.

Sting Timbers FC ’05 boys red: The Sting traveled to Seattle this past weekend for two games to kick off their fall league play in the PSPL.

On Saturday, the Sting lost 3-1 to the ISC Gunners B05A in Issaquah, Wash. Isaac Fritts scored for the Sting, assisted by Cooper Prohaska.

On Sunday, the Sting beat Kent City FC 2-0 in Tukwila, Wash., Landon Lee and Christopher Mongan each scored once, and Drew Hansen and Nate Wyatt had one assist each. Miles Taylor had nine saves in posting the shutout in goal.

The Sting head coach is Mike Thompson, but last weekend Julio Morales filled in and Chloe Teets was assistant coach.

Submit items for youth and non-varsity high school sports by noon Tuesday for publication Wednesday. Email stories and photos (in .jpg format) to sports@cdapress.com.

Information: 664-8176, Ext. 2019

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