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Silver Valley Sports: April 11 - 17

| April 18, 2022 3:29 PM

MULLAN GOLF

  • 4/11

PINEHURST — Golfers from nine schools showed up at Pinehurst Golf Course for the Mullan Invitational only to find a couple inches of overnight snow on parts of the nine-hole course.

Course personnel and volunteers were able to get six of the nine holes ready for play, and the golfers played two sixhole loops.

The tourney usually consists of a combination of best-ball and two-man scramble, but officials adjusted and Monday’s format was mostly two-person scramble, with some three-person scramble teams.

Seth Swallows and Landon Warren of St. Maries won with a 7-under-par 40.

Four of the nine schools had enough players to form at least four two-person scramble teams, and the best four scores from each team were added together to form the team score.

St. Maries won with a 188.

“It was brutally cold up here,” Mullan coach Paul Elston said. “Our grounds crew and volunteers did an incredible job getting six holes ready. The kids were mentally tough today, and there were some pretty good scores, too.”

TEAM SCORES — 1, St. Maries 188. 2, Lakeside 223. 3, Lapwai 234. 4, Genesis Prep 256.

BOYS — 1, Seth Swallows/Landon Warren, St. Maries, 40. 2, Cole Reuter/ Carter Sanroman, Clark Fork 41. 3, Corbin Scheer/Deacon Machado, St. Maries, 43.

GIRLS — 1, Jasmine Korasick/Kendra Korasick, Wallace, 50. 2, Tabitha Douing/ Summer Nelke, Genesis Prep, and Julia Grimaldo, Orofino, 51. 3, Emmah Spooner/ Hope Aasgard, St. Maries, 53.

JACK ‘N JILL — 1, Tucker Sanchez/ Dahyiithi White, Lakeside, 51. 2, Jaelyn Barden/Lance Hamblin, St. Maries, 52. 3, Sienna Streeter/Logan Doyle, Mullan, and Trey Mueller, Clark Fork, 53.

KELLOGG GOLF

  • 4/12

Kellogg boys, Bonners girls win

BONNERS FERRY — Archie Rauenhorst was boys medalist with a 77, leading Kellogg to victory at an Intermountain League tournament at Mirror Lake Golf Course.

Braylyn Bayer of Bonners Ferry was girls medalist with an 81, leading the Badgers to victory.

BOYS TEAM SCORES — 1, Kellogg 351. 2, Priest River 377. 3, Timberlake 414. 4, Bonners Ferry 478.

MEDALIST — Archie Rauenhorst, Kellogg, 77.

KELLOGG — Archie Rauenhorst 77, Griffey Doerschel 88, Ben Bristow 97, Brodie Robinson 100, Easton Towne 89.

PRIEST RIVER — Luke Butler 87, Kameron Salesky 90, Bowen Fegert 101, Jace Yount 99, Hayden Stockton 101.

TIMBERLAKE — Colton Mendenhall 93, Dawson Hunt 108, Reese Kozlowski 117, Payden DeVore 104, Taylor Menti 109.

BONNERS FERRY — Tyson Tadlock 110, Eli Blackmore 114, Jacob Bliss 126, Thomas Hoggan 128, Jack Pinkerton 142. GIRLS TEAM SCORES — Bonners Ferry 387. 2, Kellogg 443. 3, Timberlake 518. 4, Priest River 554.

MEDALIST — Braylyn Bayer, Bonners Ferry, 81.

BONNERS FERRY — Braylyn Bayer 81, Avery Bayer 87, Cali Iacolucci 99, Mia Blackmore 120, Holly Alexander 140.

KELLOGG — Alyssa Milliron 98, Jezzy Hall 102, Gracie Miller 123, Izzy Groves 120, Kaci Finlay 126.

TIMBERLAKE — Emma Torr 123, Avery Van Gundy 129, Madeline Hunter 133, Kirstin Edelblute 133, Emma Jensen 144.

PRIEST RIVER — Brooklyn Best 134, Emile Johnson 134, Kristin Davis 142, Alexis Hunter 144.

KELLOGG BASEBALL

  • 4/13

SPIRIT LAKE — The Tigers beat the Wildcats 5-4 in the first game of an Intermountain League doubleheader. Timberlake won 7-6 in the second game to sweep the league opener for both teams.

“We did not come out very focused in the second game,” Timberlake Head Coach Bryce Johnson said. It was just a gutsy kind of win. Kellogg’s a good team and has something going this year.”

FIRST GAME

Kellogg 0100012 — 4 2 2

Timberlake 0003101 — 5 8 4

Travis Eixenberger, Asher Goodner (6) and Luke Frohlich; Caden Robinett, Andrew Horn (7) and Joseph Borges.

HITS: Kell — Frohlich, Silva. TL — Lenz, Horn, Robinett 2, Armes 2, Kitchin, Gallimore. 2B — Armes, Gallimore.

SECOND GAME

Kellogg 510000— 6 4 4

Timberlake 50020x— 7 2 1

Brayden Hoffman, Riply Luna (1) and Luke Frohlich; Wyatt Kitchin, Andrew Horn (1) and Joseph Borges.

HITS: Kell — Meredith 2, Bro. Hoffman, Bra. Hoffman. TL — Horn, Allaway.

  • 4/16

Kellogg 13-15 Bonners Ferry 11-8

BONNERS FERRY — The visiting Wildcats scored twice in the top of the eighth inning to win the first game, and Varick Meredith went 3 for 5 and drove in five runs in the second game to finish off the Intermountain League sweep of the Badgers.

“Kellogg, they’re a good ballclub this year… they’re bigger, they’re playing the game right, they are swinging the bats, and they have decent pitching,” Bonners Ferry coach Tom Turpin said. “Basically, Kellogg came to play. Hats off to them.”

In the first game, Reed Whatcott singled to lead off the eighth and scored the go-ahead run on an error for Kellogg (3-5-1, 2-2 IML).

Bonners Ferry (5-9, 2-2) had tied it with six runs in the bottom of the seventh, started with a three-run double by Roger Naylor and sacrifice flies from Trey Bateman and Blake Rice that tied it.

In the second game, Meredith hit a two-run triple in the third inning and a three-run double in the fifth for Kellogg.

Bonners Ferry pitchers walked 14 batters and hit three in the opener, and walked eight and hit two in the nightcap.

FIRST GAME

Kellogg 10001902 — 13 7 2

BonnersFerry 00140060 — 11 6 2

Riply Luna, Brayden Hoffman (4), Asher Goodner (7) and Luke Frohlich; Teigan Banning, Porter Schulte (5), Elijah Dahl (6) and Bo Bateman.

HITS: Kell — Bra. Hoffman 2, Meredith, Eixenberger, Hoover, Whatcott 2. BF — Bo Bateman 2, Rice 2, Banning, Naylor. 2B — Hoffman 2, Naylor, Bateman.

SECOND GAME

Kellogg 002092 2 — 15 14 3

BonnersFerry 000205 1 — 8 6 5 Travis Eixenberger, Bill Hoover (6), Asher Goodner (7) and Luke Frohlich; Trey Bateman, Blake Rice (5), Porter Schulte (5) and Teigan Banning.

HITS: Kell — R. Luna 2, Frohlich, Meredith 3, Bra. Hoffman 3, Hoover 2, Clapper, Whatcott, Silva. BF — T. Bateman, Rice, Newell 2, Dahl 2. 2B — Meredith, Dahl. 3B — Meredith.

KELLOGG SOFTBALL

  • 4/13

Timberlake 27-16 Kellogg 0-6

SPIRIT LAKE — Ashley Grantham homered in both games, including a three-run shot in the first inning of the second game for the Tigers in an Intermountain League sweep of the Wildcats at Timberlake High.

Timberlake finished the day with 33 hits as a team.

“Our kids are a good hitting team normally,” Timberlake coach Casi Lupinacci said. “They’re really good about if one person gets a hit, it fires the rest of them up to do the same, and we stayed on that path today.”

Casey Whaley struck out six in the opener and Acacia Pecor fanned 10 in the nightcap.

FIRST GAME

Kellogg 000 00 — 0 5 3

Timberlake (14)544x— 27180 Game called in 5th inning due to 10-run rule.

K. Williams, M. Jerome (3) and B. Hei; Casey Whaley and Taylor Bentley.

HITS: Kell — Williams 3, Jerome, Hei. TL — Carhart 2, Bentley 3, Walsh 3, Grantham, Dykes 2, Kitchin, Whaley, Rojas 2, Needs, Cameron. 2B — Williams, Hei, Cameron, Kitchin, Rojas, Walsh 2. HR — Grantham.

SECOND GAME

Kellogg 100 50 — 6 4 4

Timberlake419 2x — 16152 Game called in 5th inning due to 10-run rule.

Jerome and Hei; Acacia Pecor and Taylor Bentley.

HITS: Kell — Williams, Hei, Hinkleman, Jerome. TL — Carhart 2, Bentley 2, Walsh 2, Grantham 2, Pecor 2, Beardsall 3, Swearingen, Cameron. 2B — Jerome, Cameron, Carhart, Grantham, Swearingen. HR — Grantham.

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