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Boys Varsity Baseball

3 months ago

" CALDWELL — It its last trip to the southern part of the state, the best the Lakeland High baseball could do was tie Blackfoot. A lot of innings, practices and games later, the Hawks are one good game away from their first trip to the state 4A championship game since 2014. Lakeland (12-12-2) took advantage of 10 walks by Minico pitching, Justin Dennison and Vanner Hegbloom drove in three runs apiece, and the Hawks blitzed the Spartans 12-2 in opening round of the state 4A baseball tournament on Thursday at Vallivue High. Seven of Minico’s walks came in the third inning, when Lakeland scored nine runs. Dennison struck out three for Lakeland in four innings, walking one. “Justin pitched great and really broke the game open offensively for us in the third with a bases-clearing double down the left field line,” said 17-year Lakeland coach Jason Bradbury, whose team faces Bonneville (22-6) of Idaho Falls in a semifinal game today at 3 p.m.. “Vanner really squared the ball up nicely today and had three big RBIs. We’ve been working really hard with him to try to get him to simplify his swing.” “The teams are really good down here, but I just keep telling my players that as long we don’t beat ourselves, I like our chances,” Bradbury said. “They’re not afraid of anybody and are really good when they play as a team. It’s a good first day for us, but we’ve got a long way to go and have to be ready for Bonneville tomorrow.”   Minico 020 00 — 2 3 2 Lakeland 009 12 — 12 6 1 Game called in 5th inning due to 10-run rule. May, Giruad (3) and Twiss; Justin Dennison, Ezra Grigg (5) and Colton Aragon. W — Dennison. L — May. HITS: Min — Schow, Chandler, Karpenter. LL — Taylor, Silva, Dennison, Clift, Hegbloom 2. 2B — Chandler, Dennison.   Marsh Valley 19 Timberlake 8, 5 inn.   IDAHO FALLS — The bats woke up for Timberlake on a record-breaking hit by senior Kobe Harris. But it was too little, too late in the opening round. Harris hit an inside-the-park grand slam to spark an eight-run fifth inning for the Tigers (16-9-1), who fell into a 19-0 hole against the Eagles (16-5) of Arimo after four innings in the opening round of the state 3A tournament at Melaleuca Field. “We didn’t execute and our pitching just wasn’t there today,” said third-year Timberlake coach Cameron Knigge, whose team faces Homedale (16-10) in a loser-out game at 9 a.m. PDT in Idaho Falls. “Marsh Valley hit the ball very well today, but seven walks by our pitching doomed us. When they’d get guys on, they’d smash the ball. It just wasn’t clicking for us today.” On his grand slam, Harris moved the 35 RBIs on the season, breaking a tie for the school record. “We had the potential to get some more runs on the board,” Knigge said. “After Kobe had that hit, hitting was contagious. But we dug ourselves too big of a hole.” With the bases loaded in the top of the fifth, the third out was called when a Timberlake player swung, but missed, at a pitch with two strikes, and the ball hit him. The home plate umpire called a foul ball, but was overruled by the first base umpire, ending the game. “We had some good things happen,” Knigge said. “I think we gave ourselves a spark going into tomorrow.” Timberlake 000 08 — 8 7 4 Marsh Valley 523 9x — 19 13 4 Game called in 5th inning due to 10-run rule. Jack McDonald, Alex Drake (4) and Louis Powell; Bronx Holbrook, Andrew Anderson (5), Payton Howel (5) and Payton Cambell. W — Holbrook. L — McDonald. HITS: TL — McDonald 2, Harris, Larsen, Drake 2, Benefield. MV — Anderson 2, Cambell, Bodily 2, Branson 2, Bennett, Holbrook, Morrison, Howell, Lloyd 2. 3B — Anderson, Holbrook. HR — Harris, Anderson." Full Article CDA Press ...

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By CDA Press   On 5/17/2019
Boys Varsity Golf

3 months ago

"Lakeland boys fifth; Sandpoint girls third in 4A   TWIN FALLS — Ashton Waddington paced the Lakeland boys to a sixth-place finish with a 76-75—151 in the state 4A tournament at Twin Falls Municipal Golf Course. Minico won the boys team title with a 298-302—600. Brinlee Stotts of Twin Falls beat Moscow’s Makena Rauch on the first hole of a playoff for girls medalist. Moscow’s Bryden Brown was sixth overall with a 74-72—146. Twin Falls won its fourth straight girls team title with a 337-307—667. Sandpoint’s girls — second after the first day — finished third with a 357-376—733. 4A At Twin Falls Municipal Golf Course BOYS Par 68 TEAM SCORES — 1, Minico 298-302—600. 2, Ridgevue 299-301—600. 3, Bishop Kelly 310-304—614. 4, Twin Falls 314-317—631. 5, Emmett 324-322—646. 6, Lakeland 323-324—647. 7, Hillcrest 328-337—665. 8, Preston 328-339—667. 9, Idaho Falls 339-346—685. 10, Pocatello 363-365—728. STATE MEDALISTS (Top 10) — 1, Gage Skaggs, Minico, 70-67—137. 2, Davis Weatherston, Hillcrest, 69-70—139. 3, Joey Gibson, Minico, 71-71—142. 4, Alec Dykas, Bishop Kelly, 68-75—143. 5, Ridge Pickup, Burley, 71-73—144. 6, Bryden Brown, Moscow, 74-72—146. 7, Braden Anderson, Twin Falls, 75-71—146. 8, Peyton Orr, Minico, 73-74—147. 9, Alex Van Auker, Ridgevue, 71-77—148. 10, Garrett Kelley, Preston, 69-79—148. LAKELAND — Ashton Waddington 76-75—151, Aden Sandlin 81-74—155, Rhonin Edwards 78-88—166, Sam Schneider 88-87—175, Cody Elmose 93-91—184. LOCAL INDIVIDUALS — Bryden Brown, Moscow, 74-72—146."   CDA Press Full Article ...

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By CDA Press   On 5/16/2019
Girls Varsity Softball

3 months ago

"The junior left fielder hit the first two home runs of her career and finished with seven RBIs, including a three-run shot to end the game as the Hawks defeated the Sandpoint Bulldogs 15-5 in five innings on Saturday to win the 4A Region 1 softball championship. “She’s been my solid,” Lakeland coach Colleen Bevacqua said. “We talked the other day ... ‘Erika, you’re due.’ She definitely knows when to turn it on; she’s a gamer.”   CDA Press Full Article ...

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By CDA Press   On 5/16/2019
Boys Varsity Golf

3 months ago

" POST FALLS — Aden Sandlin, playing at No. 2, shot an 8-over-par 80 to earn medalist honors and lead Lakeland’s boys to their third straight 4A Region 1 title at The Links. Lakeland shot 342, beating Moscow by 23 strokes. Only the regional champs in 4A advance to state. Makena Rauch of Moscow earned girls medalist honors, beating Hattie Larsen of Sandpoint on the first hole of a playoff after both shot 81. Sandpoint won the regional title, its first since 2016. State is next Monday and Tuesday at Twin Falls Golf Course. BOYS TEAM SCORES (winner to state) — 1, Lakeland 342. 2, Moscow 365. 3, Sandpoint 378. MEDALIST — Aden Sandlin, Lakeland, 80. INDIVIDUAL STATE QUALIFIERS (top 3 to state) — 2, Bryden Brown, Moscow, 82. LAKELAND — Ashton Waddington 83, Aden Sandlin 80, Cody Elmose 97, Sam Schneider 90, Rhonin Edwards 87. MOSCOW — Bryden Brown 82, Parker Beebe 96, Jake Nielson 96, Taylor Parsons 91, Sam Kess 97. SANDPOINT — Joel Johnson 89, Davis McDonald 104, Caelan Darling 101, Seth McCuthchan 97, Harley Wilks 94." CDA Press Full Article ...

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Girls Varsity Softball

3 months ago

" RATHDRUM — Allison Russum went 5 for 5 with a triple, double, five RBIs and three runs scored, and the top-seeded Lakeland Hawks rode a 24-hit attack to a 19-9 victory over the second-seeded Sandpoint Bulldogs on Tuesday to advance to the championship game of the 4A Region 1 softball tournament. Lakeland (8-15) advances to Saturday’s championship round in Rathdrum, which begins at noon. Sandpoint (4-15) plays host to Moscow (4-12) on Thursday in a loser-out game. The winner advances to face Lakeland on Saturday, needing to beat the Hawks twice to win the regional title. Lakeland needs just one win on Saturday to advance to state. Sandpoint beat Moscow 18-8 earlier on Tuesday. Erika Gallus went 5 for 5 with two doubles, two RBIs and five runs scored for Lakeland. Harley See hit a solo homer and finished 5 for 5 with four runs scored. Haylee Smit was 3 for 3 with three RBIs and three runs. Natalie Petit drove in four runs for Sandpoint, and Tanis Davis went 4 for 4 with a homer, two RBIs and three runs scored. Sandpoint 103 41 — 9 12 0 Lakeland 526 33 — 19 24 0 Game called in 5th inning due to 10-run rule. T. Davis and B. Steiger; Taylor Woolley and Mia O’Hara. HITS: Spt — Edwards, Cessna 2, Davis 4, Petit 2, Irish 2, Steiger. LL — See 5, Gallus 5, Russum 5, Smit 3, Dyer 2, Pluid, Pruitt, O’Hara, Wardak. 2B — Davis 2, Petit 2, Gallus 2, Pruitt, Russum, Smit, Wardak, Pluid. 3B — Russum. HR — Davis, See."   CDA Press Full Article ...

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By CDA Press   On 5/9/2019
Boys Varsity Baseball

3 months ago

"  BASEBALL   SANDPOINT — For the second-straight year, the 4A Region 1 best-of-3 series is going to a deciding game. Unlike last year, the top seeded Hawks will be at home this time around. Justin Dennison hit a two-run double in the first inning and Tristan Clift drove in two runs for Lakeland (9-11-2), which beat Sandpoint 9-3 in Game 2 of the best-of-3 game series at Memorial Field on Thursday. “I’m very happy with the way my team picked themselves up from the very poor outing we had in Monday’s game (a 12-4 loss to Sandpoint at home),” Lakeland coach Jason Bradbury said. “They came out tonight with something to prove, and didn’t let up all game long.” Ezra Grigg, who has missed the entire season due to an accident, allowed one run in four innings of relief for Lakeland. “He’s been out under severe concussion protocol since a snowboarding accident in January,” Bradbury said. “He’s been working his way back and just got cleared to play yesterday. He never faltered in the biggest game of our season. He just went out to relieve Cameron (Harris), and pitched four very solid innings. I couldn’t have asked for anything more.” The winner of Friday’s game at 4 p.m. at Gorton Field in Rathdrum advances to the state tournament next Thursday to Saturday at Vallivue High in Caldwell. Sandpoint is 9-15. Lakeland 301 131 0 — 9 12 1 Sandpoint 011 100 0 — 3 7 2 Cameron Harris, Ezra Grigg and Colton Aragon; T. Authier, C. Davis (4), D. Bailey (7) and T. Brackett, C. Dodd (4). W — Harris. L — Authier. HITS: LL — Taylor 2, Bell 2, Silva 2, Clift 2, Dennison 3, Tierney. Spt — Thielbahr 2, Garcia, B. Brackett, Stockton 2, Bocksch. 2B — Dennison, Bell, Thielbahr."   Full Article CDA Press ...

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By CDA Press   On 5/9/2019
Boys Varsity Baseball

3 months ago

"RATHDRUM — The third-seeded Bulldogs, coming off a 10-5 victory over No. 2 Moscow in a loser-out game earlier in the day, upended the top-seeded Hawks in Game 1 of a best-of-3 series for the 4A Region 1 title at Gorton Field. Sandpoint (9-14) took home-field advantage away from Lakeland with the win, and will host the Hawks (8-11-2) on Wednesday at 4 p.m. in Game 2 with a chance to go to state. If Lakeland wins, Game 3 will be Friday in Rathdrum. “It just wasn’t our night tonight,” Lakeland coach Jason Bradbury said. “We couldn’t do anything right and certainly didn’t play the way we were capable of playing. You’ve got to hand it to Sandpoint, though. They capitalized on all our mistakes and had some real timely hitting.” Lakeland managed just three hits and committed five errors against Sandpoint. Max Thielbahr drove in four runs, three on a bases-clearing triple in an eight-run fifth. Moscow finished 8-10. Sandpoint 000 282 0 — 12 13 4 Lakeland 011 020 0 — 4 3 5 Tyler Lehman, Caleb Davis (5) and Connor Dodd, Trevor Brackett (2); Justin Dennison, Scott Pote (5), Tristan Clift (6) and Colton Aragon. HITS: Spt — Thielbahr 2, Lehman, Garcia 2, Brackett 2, Arroyo 2, Stockton, Bocksch 2, MacDonald. LL — Bell, Taylor, Hegbloom. 2B — Bocksch, Arroyo. 3B — Bocksch, Thielbahr."   CDA Press Full Article ...

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By CDA Press   On 5/7/2019
Girls Varsity Softball

3 months ago

" Lakeland 16-6 Moscow 6-9   MOSCOW — Alaina Pruitt hit a two-run triple in the fifth inning of the first game to give Lakeland the lead, then added a two-run single later in the 12-run inning as the Hawks, who had already wrapped up the 4A Inland Empire League title, split with the Bears. Harley See went 3 for 3 and scored four runs in the first game for Lakeland (7-14, 6-2 4A IEL). Haylee Smitt went 3 for 3 and scored twice. Taylor Woolley went 3 for 4 in the second game for the Hawks, and Mia O’Hara hit a solo homer. Moscow finished 3-5 in league, tied with Sandpoint. Lakeland wraps up the regular season Thursday at Timberlake. FIRST GAME Lakeland 103 0(12) — 16 15 0 Moscow 015 00 — 6 7 1 Taylor Woolley and Mia O’Hara; L. Dreesmann and A. Barker. HITS: LL — Brack, See 3, Woolley, Russum, Smit 3, Pruitt 3, O’Hara, Gosch. Mos — Barker, Carscallen 2, Verlin, Smith, Tanner 2. 2B — Brack, See. Woolley, Smith, Carscallen. 3B — Pruitt, Smit. SECOND GAME Lakeland 100 023 0 — 6 10 1 Moscow 162 000 x — 9 9 2 Haylee Smit, Taylor Woolley (2) and Harley See, Mia O’Hara (4); L. Dreesmann and A. Barker. HITS: LL — Brack 2, See, Woolley 3, Russum, O’Hara, Dyer, Gosch. Mos — Barker, Carscallen, Fleischman 2, Smith, Tanner, Bethel 2, Dreesmann. 2B — Fleischman. 3B — Gosch, Woolley. HR — O’Hara."   Full Article CDA Press ...

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By CDA Press   On 5/1/2019
Girls Varsity Softball

4 months ago

"RATHDRUM — It took a few innings, but once the bats warmed up for Lakeland, they heated up. Taylor Woolley homered and drove in three two runs, Allison Russum and Alaina Pruitt had three hits each and the Hawks took the first game of a 4A Inland Empire League doubleheader 9-1 over the Sandpoint Bulldogs at Lakeland High on Wednesday. Woolley — who struck out seven — scored three runs for Lakeland, which finished the opener with 15 hits. In the nightcap, Sandpoint scored eight runs in the first inning and then held off Lakeland 17-10 to get the split. Russum had four hits, Pruitt three hits and Woolley three runs scored in the nightcap for Lakeland (4-11, 3-1 4A IEL), which travels to Sandpoint next Tuesday. FIRST GAME Sandpoint 000 100 0 — 1 8 0 Lakeland 000 324 x — 9 15 0 Davis and Dewey; Taylor Woolley, Haylee Smit (7) and Mia O’Hara. W — Woolley. L — Davis. HITS: Spt — Cessna 2, Irish, Loutzenhiser, Steiger, Dewey, Petit 2. LL — Brack 2, Woolley 3, Gallus 2, Russum 3, Pruitt 3, Cooley 2. 2B — Russum, Woolley. HR — Woolley.   SECOND GAME Sandpoint 800 222 3 — 17 15 0 Lakeland 220 321 0 — 10 18 1 Irish and Dewey; Kathryn Wardak, Taylor Woolley (1) and Mia O’Hara. W — Irish. L — Wardak. HITS: Spt — Cessna 3, Irish, Davis, Adam, Authier 2, Steiger 2, Dewey 2, Petit 2. LL — Woolley 2, Gallus 3, O’Hara, Russum 4, Pruitt 3, Cooley 2, Wardak, See 2. 2B — Cessna, Russum, Woolley. HR — Irish, Authier, Woolley." CDA Press Full Article ...

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By CDA Press   On 4/23/2019

"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
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