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"SPOKANE — Chase Gardom of Timberlake won the triple jump (45-1 1/2) and long jump (20-10) and was second in the high jump at 6-2 at the Nike-VanKuren Invitational hosted by Cheney High at Spokane Falls Community College. Lakeland’s Trey McArthur was third in the 400 in 52.91 seconds. Logan Hunt of Timberlake was third in the 3,200 in 11:00.19. Summer Kastning of Lakeland was fourth in the 300 hurdles in 51.16. Victoria Rae of Bonners Ferry won the girls discus (117-11), followed by Blayre Jeffs of Timberlake (106-10) and Emily Grove of Lakeland (103-0). Rae also won the shot put (39-1), with Jeffs finishing third (35-3)."   CDA Press Full Article ...

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By CDA Press   On 4/15/2019

"RATHDRUM — Kathryn Wardak, Haylee Smit and Taylor Woolley teamed on a two-hitter with seven strikeouts as the Hawks beat the visiting Cardinals in the first game of a nonleague doubleheader. Mia O’Hara hit a three-run homer in the fourth inning for Lakeland (3-10). Woolley went 3 for 4 and scored three runs. Allison Russum finished with four hits on the day for the Hawks. She was 2 for 3 with two RBIs and two runs scored in the second game. Lakeland is scheduled to host Colville today in a doubleheader starting at noon. FIRST GAME Medical Lake 200 00 — 2 2 0 Lakeland 420 51 — 12 11 0 Game called in 5th inning due to 10-run rule. M. McDowell and Ashlyn Tamietti; Kathryn Wardak, Haylee Smit (3), Taylor Woolley (4) and Harley See. HITS: ML — Duncan, Thompson. LL — Woolley 3, O’Hara 2, Russum 2, Dyer, Wardak, Pruitt, Brack. 2B — Pruitt, Woolley 2. HR — O’Hara."   CDA Press Full Article ...

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"RATHDRUM — First Jackson Scherr tied it in the sixth inning. Then, he put Lake City ahead to stay in the seventh. Scherr had two hits and drove in three runs — the final two on a single in the seventh inning — as Lake City held off Lakeland 6-4 at Gorton Field on Thursday. Marcus Manzardo had an RBI single in the third inning for Lake City (3-3), which is scheduled to host Coeur d’Alene in a doubleheader today starting at 2 p.m. Cameron Harris had two RBIs for Lakeland (1-7-2), which hosts Sandpoint in a doubleheader on Monday starting at 3 p.m. “We played outstanding baseball for the first four innings,” Lakeland coach Jason Bradbury said. “Everything as working. We were hitting in key situations, our pitching was great, and the kids made every defensive play. Then, we just couldn’t finish and close the door. Give credit to Lake City. They kept battling the whole game and had some key at bats when they needed them.” Lake City 001 003 2 — 6 4 1 Lakeland 010 210 0 — 4 7 4 Conner Conigliaro, Landon Vergeer (5), Ryan Rios (7) and Brock Sween; Justin Dennison, Vanner Hegbloom (4), Nicolas Welch (6) and Colton Aragon. W — Vergeer. L — Hegbloom. HITS: LC — Manzardo, Smith, Scherr 2. LL — Bell 2, Silva, Hegbloom, Harris, Tierney, Strietzel. 2B — Scherr, Strietzel, Hegbloom, Bell."   CDA Press ...

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By CDA Press   On 4/15/2019

The senior pitcher/outfielder hit two homers, drove in seven runs and struck out seven as the Hawks beat Moscow 22-12 last Saturday in a 4A Inland Empire League softball game. “She is such an amazing person, athlete and team leader,” coach Colleen Bevacqua said. “Her teammates really have a lot of confidence in her, and truly follow her lead. She can play anywhere on the field, do it well, and make it look easy. I am very proud of her, and I’m sad that she is a senior.”   CDA Press ...

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By CDA Press   On 4/15/2019

Congratulations to LHS student Ryan Quimby for his outstanding performance at the 2019 Reno Worlds Wrestling tournament!   

Boys Varsity Baseball

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  "COEUR d’ALENE — As a team goal this season, the Coeur d’Alene High baseball team wants to start fast. On a rainy day Wednesday, the Vikings did just that, scoring four runs in the first inning on the way to a 12-2 win over the Lakeland Hawks at Ted Page Field. “It was a good, team baseball win,” Coeur d’Alene coach Nick Mahin said. “We came out strong in the first inning, and that’s been one of the goals to score first this year. We were able to put up a crooked number and it gave our pitchers some confidence. We turned some double plays, which was nice considering how wet it was, and just rode the backs of our pitchers.” The second game of the doubleheader was rained out after a storm hit between games. Mahin added the teams will try to reschedule the game. Liam Paddack allowed two earned runs in three innings before Zach Mackimme closed it out with three scoreless innings of relief for Coeur d’Alene. “Liam was effectively wild today,” Mahin said. “He didn’t give in, and when he got into hitters’ counts, he made them earn it. Zach just went out and did his thing and pounded the zone.” Jake Brown and Cody Davenport had three RBIs each for Coeur d’Alene (6-1), which is scheduled to host Asotin on Tuesday. Lakeland (1-5-1) is scheduled to host Timberlake today at 4 p.m. Lakeland 020 000 — 2 8 0 Coeur d’Alene 404 031 — 12 11 1 Colton Aragon, Nicolas Welch (4), Tristan Clift (5) and Welch, Aragon (4); Liam Paddack, Zach Mackimmie (4) and Carter Friesz, Trent Elstad (6). W — Paddack. L — Aragon. HITS: LL — Stocker, Bell 2, Aragon, Silva, Hegbloom, Dugger, Strietzel. Cd’A — Brown 2, Bunch 2, Friesz, Johnson 2, Davenport 2, Rowley, Karns. 2B — Hegbloom, Strietzel. 3B — Brown." CDA Press ...

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Boys Varsity Baseball

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"Timberlake 10 Lakeland 10 (9 inn.) RATHDRUM — The good thing for district rivals Timberlake and Lakeland is that both teams got plenty of at-bats in the nonleague game at Gorton Field. The bad thing — depending on who you ask — is that neither team won. Addison Balavage hit a two-run single with two outs in the seventh to tie the game for Timberlake (1-5-1), which took the lead on an RBI double by Jack McDonald. Lakeland tied the game on a single by Sean Tierney with two out in the seventh. “We never quit,” Timberlake coach Cameron Knigge said. “Addison, our No. 9 guy, it was really good for him to come through for his confidence going forward.” Knigge also coaches in the Northern Lakes American Legion program, which includes players from Lakeland and Timberlake High. “Nobody likes a tie, but for as hard as both teams played, it was an acceptable outcome,” Knigge said. “We pitched and hit the ball really well, but our defense just needs to play better.” Collin Bell went 5 for 5 with two runs scored, Colton Aragon and Tristan Clift had two RBIs each for Lakeland (1-5-2), which travels to Post Falls for a doubleheader on Monday starting at 3 p.m. Timberlake 020 011 330 — 10 8 6 Lakeland 211 101 130 — 10 13 4 Game called after 9 innings due to darkness. Jack McDonald, Louis Powell (6), Alex Drake (7) and Gage Benefield, Zac Larson (8); Isaac Silva, Jaret Taylor (5), Cam Harris (8) and Colton Aragon. HITS: TL — McDonald, Drake, Powell 3, Larsen, Benefield, Balavage. LL — Bell 4, Aragon 2, Silva 2, Hegbloom, Clift 2, Tierney 2. 2B — Benefield, Larsen, McDonald, Powell, Silva." CDA Press ...

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" • SOFTBALL   RATHDRUM — Ashley Kaufman homered and drove in five runs as the visiting Lake City Timberwolves, in their first game in 26 days, beat the Lakeland Hawks 13-4 in a nonleague softball game Thursday. Kaufman, who finished 4 for 4, hit a two-run homer in the fourth inning and a two-run single in the fifth for Lake City (6-0). Emma Gray also homered for the T-Wolves, and Jalyssa Beamer went 2 for 2 and scored three runs. Alaina Pruitt and Harlee See hit back-to-back homers to open the third inning for Lakeland (0-5). See and Hailey Gosch each had two hits for the Hawks. “It was nice to get back outside with the weather finally cooperating,” said Lake City coach Jesse Lenz, whose teams first five games were played in St. George, Utah, in early March. “Ashley Kaufman had a big day at the plate, and Lakeland was really impressive with their at bats and fielding. We have things to work on, but I think we got better today and were put in situations that will help us in the future.” Lakeland coach Colleen Bevacqua was delighted how her team played against a 5A power — particularly after a rough stretch to open the season. Some position changes helped, she said. “It’s been really tough because we went from being in the gym to lots of games — the games have been practice for us,” Bevacqua said. “I was really proud of how they did, especially playing an awesome team like Lake City. They did an awesome job.” Lake City has another extended break before its next game, though not quite as long — the Timberwolves are scheduled to host Coeur d’Alene next Friday in a doubleheader to open 5A Inland Empire League play. Lakeland is scheduled to host Moscow on Saturday in a doubleheader to open 4A IEL play. Lake City 322 33 — 13 9 1 Lakeland 004 00 — 4 5 6 Game called after 5 innings due to 8-run rule. Ashley Kaufman, Amanda Curry (2), Phoebe Schultz (3) and Jalyssa Beamer; Taylor Woolley and Mia O’Hara. HITS: LC — Taylor, E. Gray, Beamer 2, Jankay, Kaufman 4. LL — Gosch 2, Pruitt, See 2. 2B — Beamer, Jankay. HR — Kaufman, E. Gray, Pruitt, See." CDA Press ...

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" SPIRIT LAKE — It was already a pretty challenging meet for 3A and host school Timberlake High. Competing against 5A schools Coeur d’Alene, Lake City and Post Falls, as well as 4A Lakeland can be a little tough with more athletes competing from those schools. Throw in the other 5A Inland Empire League school, Lewiston, and it was a lot more than a Kootenai County Challenge on Friday afternoon. “Lewiston’s coach reached out to us and was interested in coming to the meet,” Timberlake coach Brian Kluss said. “He wanted to come up last year, but it didn’t work out for them schedule-wise, but they requested to come up this year. It’s a tough meet, and really tough for us. It’s a challenge for us.” Lewiston’s boys edged Timberlake by one point — 119-118 — for the team title. Lake City was third with 117 and Post Falls fourth with 114. “There’s a whole bunch of places where we could have picked up that extra point,” Kluss said. “It’s just the way it worked out. I’m proud of them and the way they competed. It was a great day for our guys, but we’re not going to be satisfied with where we’re at.” Post Falls won the girls team title with 138 points, followed by Coeur d’Alene with 130 and Lake City in third with 96. “We had some great weather and it held off until the end of the meet,” Kluss said. “It was really fun having the big schools up here to compete against them.” " CDA Press ...

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"RATHDRUM — For Lakeland senior Taylor Woolley, the lucky number was seven on Saturday. Seven runs batted in at the plate. Seven strikeouts in the circle. Woolley homered twice, including a sixth-inning grand slam to send the Hawks past the Moscow Bears 22-12 in the first game in the 4A Inland Empire League opener for both schools at Lakeland High. “Taylor hitting two home runs was pretty phenomenal,” Lakeland coach Colleen Bevacqua said. “We played well as a team, and the girls did a great job. We did some good things today, and that was nice to see.” The second game of the scheduled doubleheader was postponed due to rain. Erika Gallus had three hits and three RBIs for Lakeland (1-9), which is scheduled to host Sandpoint in a doubleheader on Tuesday starting at 3 p.m. Moscow 042 240 — 12 8 4 Lakeland 242 734 — 22 15 4 Game called with in 6th inning due to 10-run rule. L. Dreesmann and A. Barker; Taylor Woolley, Haylee Smit (4) and Mia O’Hara. W — Woolley. L — Dreesmann. HITS: Mos — Verlin 3, Ewart, Payne, Dreesmann 3. LL — Woolley 3, Smit 2, Gallus 3, O’Hara 2, Russum, Dyer, Cooley, See 2. 2B — Verlin, Ewart, Dreesmann, Woolley. HR — Woolley 2." CDA Press ...

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