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Silver Valley Sports Recap: April 3-9

| April 11, 2023 1:00 AM

KELLOGG SOFTBALL

• April 4

St. Maries 13, Kellogg 0

ST. MARIES — Taci Watkins struck out 14 for the Lumberjacks in a win over the Wildcats at City Park in the Central Idaho League opener for both schools.

“She was using the inside fastball and rise ball really well today,” said St. Maries coach Lane Watkins, whose team last played on March 22 against Timberlake, a 4-1 loss. “I love how the girls responded at the plate and we were aggressive on the mound.”

The game, previously scheduled for Kellogg Middle School, was moved to St. Maries due to field conditions, with the Wildcats as the home team.

St. Maries 128 11 — 13 10 0

Kellogg 000 00 — 0 2 7

Game called after 5 innings due to 10-run rule.

Taci Watkins and Brenna Elliott; Macy Jerome and Brielle Hei. W — Watkins. L — Hei.

HITS: SM — Sande, McGreal 2, Watkins, Mitchell 2, Sloper, Elliott, Thomas 2. Kell — Hinklemann, McDaniel. 2B — Thomas, McDaniel.

• April 8

St. Maries takes double-headers (10-0, 10-0)

ST. MARIES — Taci Watkins pitched a no-hitter in the first game and a one-hitter in the nightcap as the St. Maries Lumberjacks swept the Kellogg Wildcats 10-0 and 10-0 in Central Idaho League play Saturday.

Watkins struck out 12 in the five-inning opener for St. Maries, and only a hit batsman with one out in the fifth inning prevented a perfect game.

Madie Thomas hit a two-run homer in the second inning, and McKayla Spray hit a two-run triple in the third.

In the second game, Watkins struck out 13.

She hit a batter in the third, and allowed a two-out single in the fifth.

Anna Sande was 2 for 4 with two doubles, an RBI and two runs scored for the Lumberjacks.

FIRST GAME Kellogg 000 00 — 0 0 4

St. Maries 223 12 — 10 11 0 Game called in 5th inning due to 10-run rule.

Macy Jerome and Brielle Hei; Taci Watkins and Brenna Elliott.

HITS: Kell — none. SM — McGreal, Watkins 2, Mitchell 2, Sloper, Spray 2, Elliott 2, Thomas. 2B — Elliott, Mitchell. 3B — Sloper, Spray. HR — Thomas.

SECOND GAME Kellogg 00000 — 0 1 5

St. Maries 41122 — 10 9 0 Game called in 5th inning due to 10-run rule.

Macy Jerome and Brielle Hei; Taci Watkins and Brenna Elliott.

HITS: Kell — Karet. SM— Sande 2, McGreal, Watkins, Sloper 2, Elliott, Thomas 2. 2B — Elliott, Sande 2. 3B — Thomas.

KELLOGG BASEBALL

• April 4

Kellogg 12, St. Maries 8

ST. MARIES — Riply Luna singled to score Reed Whatcott with the go-ahead run in the bottom of the sixth inning for the Wildcats, who rallied from a 7-0 deficit to beat the Lumberjacks in the Central Idaho League opener for both at City Park.

Ramsey Rainio had three RBIs for Kellogg, which was the home team after the game was moved from Morehouse Field in Osburn due to field conditions.

Dillon Holder had two hits and three RBIs for St. Maries.

St. Maries 430100 0 — 8 14 1

Kellogg 004215 x — 12 10 0

Trace Wicks, Brock Anderson (4), Wyatt Holmes (6) and Dillon Holder; Travis Eixenberger, Logan Smith (5) and Austin Clapper. W — Smith. L — Anderson.

HITS: SM — Wicks, Anderson, L. Holmes, W. Holmes, Abell 3, Holder 2, Tefft, Marsh 2, Nantell. Kell — R. Luna 3, Clapper 2, Rainio, Eixenberger, Whatcott 2, K. Luna. 2B — W. Holmes, L. Holmes, K. Luna.

• April 6

Timberlake 9, Kellogg 5

SPIRIT LAKE — Grant Allaway — who struck out nine in 5 1/3 innings — gave the Tigers a 6-5 lead when he scored on a wild pitch in the sixth inning, and Jesse O’Connor scored on an RBI single by Parker Holly as Timberlake held off the Wildcats in a nonleague game at Timberlake High.

Holly, Cooper Lenz, and O’Connor finished with two RBIs each for Timberlake.

Reed Whatcott singled to score Travis Eixenberger with the tying run in the top of the sixth for Kellogg. The Wildcats defeated the Lumberjacks 12-8 on Tuesday.

“Kellogg’s a scrappy team,” Timberlake coach Bryce Johnson said. “We had some chances, but just couldn’t put them away. We left 13 runners on base and just kept leaving guys on base and let them hang around. We were putting guys on base, but just couldn’t get them in. Kellogg did a good job of getting out of those key situations.”

Kellogg 100004 0 — 5 4 1

Timberlake 103104 x — 9 100

Riply Luna, Austin Clapper (2), Kolby Luna (5) and Logan Smith; Grant Allaway, Cooper Lenz (6), Kenny Wells (7) and Jesse O’Connor. W — Wells. L — K. Luna.

HITS: Kell — Rainio, Whatcott 2, K. Luna. TL — Robinett, Wells, Lenz, Allaway, O’Connor 2, Armes, Holly 2, Gallimore. 2B — K. Luna.

• April 8

St. Maries 16-5, Kellogg 9-4

ST. MARIES — Trace Wicks tied the second game at 4 with a two-run double in the bottom of the sixth, and Landen Holmes singled and scored the winning run on a ground ball in the seventh as the Lumberjacks finished off a sweep of the visiting Wildcats in Central Idaho League play at City Park.

Holmes finished 3 for 4 and scored twice in the second game for St. Maries. In the first game, St. Maries took advantage of 11 walks, and scored 10 runs in the fourth inning to overturn a 7-3 lead by Kellogg.

“We put the ball in play today, and had great pitching,” St. Maries coach Craig Wicks said.

“Kellogg hit the ball well; our outfielders had to chase a lot of balls down. Trace (Wicks) and Brock did really well on the mound, and Wyatt (Holmes) did really well in relief in both games.”

Ramsey Rainio went 3 for 4 in the second game for Kellogg.

FIRST GAME Kellogg 203220 0 — 9 7 4

St. Maries 030(10)30 x — 16 7 4

Logan Smith, Reid Whatcott (4), Gage Nosworthy (5), Travis Eixenberger (5) and Austin Clapper; Brock Anderson, Wyatt Holmes (5) and Dillon Holder. W — W.

Holmes. L — Whatcott.

HITS: Kell — Rainio, Clapper 2, Smith, Nosworthy 2. SM — Anderson, L. Holmes, W. Holmes, Holder, Tefft, Marsh, Nantell.

2B — Whatcott, Marsh, Holder.

SECOND GAME Kellogg 0110200 — 4 7 3

St. Maries 000 1121 — 5 8 2 One out when the winning run scored.

Riply Luna, Travis Eixenberger (6) and Austin Clapper; Trace Wicks, Wyatt Holmes (6) and Dillon Holder. W — W.

Holmes. L — Eixenberger.

HITS: Kell — Rainio 3, Clapper, Smith 2, Whatcott. SM — Wicks, L. Holmes 3, W. Holmes, Holder, Cesa–Grimaldo. 2B — Smith, Whatcott, Wicks. HR — Smith.

KELLOGG GOLF

• April 4

BONNERS FERRY — Kellogg’s Stephen Paul notched boys medalist honors with a 72 in a tri-match with Bonners Ferry and Timberlake at Mirror Lake Golf Course.

Braylyn Bayer shot an 81 for Bonners Ferry to earn girls medalist honors.

Kellogg (boys) and Bonners Ferry (girls) were team champions.

BOYS MEDALIST — Stephen Paul, Kellogg, 72.

TEAM SCORES — 1, Kellogg 331. 2, Bonners Ferry 387. 3, Timberlake 443.

KELLOGG — Stephen Paul 72, Jaeger Hall 94, Brodie Robinson 82, Blake Coburn 87, Easton Towne 90, Johnny Stovern 104.

TIMBERLAKE — Colton Mendenhall 83, Paydon Devore 106, Zach Paslay 126, Daniel Dorman 128, Harrison Hunter 140.

GIRLS MEDALIST — Braylyn Bayer, Bonners Ferry, 81.

TEAM SCORES — 1, Bonners Ferry 457. 2, Kellogg 501. 3, Timberlake 515.

KELLOGG — Kendra Korasick 121, Kadimay Hart 114, Kaci Finlay 125, Faith Shorey 141.

TIMBERLAKE — Malia Miller 108, Danika Sjolund 131, Kirstyn Edelblute 136, Tommi Olphie 140, Addison Hunter 142.

• April 5

POST FALLS — Kellogg’s Stephen Paul notched medalist honors for the second straight day, winning the Kellogg Invitational at The Links Golf Course.

Paul, who won in Tuesday’s Bonners Ferry Invitational, shot a 69, leading the Wildcat boys to the team title.

St. Maries won the girls team title with a 437.

The match, previously scheduled for Pinehurst Golf Course, was moved to Post Falls due to snow on the course in Pinehurst.

BOYS

MEDALIST — Stephen Paul, Kellogg, 69.

TEAM SCORES — 1, Kellogg 345. 2, Genesis Prep 346. 3, St. Maries 354. 4, Timberlake 451.

KELLOGG — Stephen Paul 69, Brodie Robinson 93, Blake Coburn 94, Easton Towne 92, Jaeger Hall 91.

GENESIS PREP — CJ Elliot 88, Carson Rubert 87, Byron Hammett 84, Gabe Missamore 87, Brady Rubert 88.

ST. MARIES — Seth Swallows 80, Lance Hamblin 86, Greyson Sands 93, Landon Warren 93, Brayden Buell 104.

TIMBERLAKE — Colton Mendenhall 84, Paydon Devore 110, Zach Shultz 139, Daniel Dorman 124, Harrison Hunter 133.

LAKESIDE — Beau Jones 84, Terrence Biles 114, Corey Rivera 117.

GIRLS MEDALIST — Julia Grimaldo, Orofino, 90.

TEAM SCORES — 1, St. Maries 437. 2, Kellogg 461. 3, Timberlake 513.

ST. MARIES — Sami Sindt 98, Emmah Spooner 108, Jaelyn Barden 114, Addy Crane 119, Kylie Boutlier 131.

KELLOGG — Elliott Hei 122, Kadymay Hart 107, Kendra Korasick 108, Kaci Finlay 124, Faith Shorey 131.

TIMBERLAKE — Malia Miller 94, Danika Sjolund 133, Lucy Simpson 150, Jean Olphie 140, Kaely Joliff 146.

LAKESIDE — Dahyilith White 107, Destiny Lowley 121, Areannia Lowley 122.

GENESIS PREP — Chiara Lehman 97, Audrey Wilson 125.

KELLOGG/MULLAN TRACK AND FIELD

• April 8

HARRISON FLATS — Coeur d’Alene senior Kytriana Burrell notched wins in the 100-, 200- and 400-meter dash at the Kootenai Invitational.

St. Maries’ boys and Post Falls’ girls won team titles.

BOYS TEAM SCORES — 1, St. Maries 144.5. 2, Kellogg 131.5. 3, Post Falls 125. 4, Genesee 108. 5, Mullan 67. 6, Kootenai 43.

100 — 1, Kofi Appiah, Mullan, 11.88. 2, Kolby Luna, Kellogg, 12.16. 3, Tallan McCracken, Post Falls, 12.28. 200 — 1, Kofi Appiah, Mullan, 24.34. 2, Nolan Bartosz, Genesee, 25.03. 3, Ryken White, Kellogg, 25.22. 400 — 1, Nolan Bartosz, Genesee, 54.93. 2, Tallan McCracken, Post Falls, 56.25. 3, Gerard Dittman, St. Maries, 56.30. 800 — 1, Boston Hutchens, Post Falls, 2:18.01. 2, Ben Farr, Genesee, 2:21.23. 3, Trenton Riberich, St. Maries, 2:25.80. 1,600 — 1, Makai Peak, Kellogg, 4:59.57. 2, Ben Farr, Genesee 5:24.81. 3, Joshua Ketcheson, Genesee, 5:38.45.

3,200 — 1, Makai Peak, Kellogg, 10:34.95. 2, Joshua Ketcheson, Genesee, 11:59.17. 3, Nolan Harju, Kellogg, 12:02.80.

110 hurdles — 1, Quinlan Campanella, Post Falls, 18.93. 2, Hayden Defoort, St. Maries, 19.98. 3, Hayden Langhans, Post Falls, 23.25. 300 hurdles — 1, Quinlan Campanella, Post Falls, 49.15. 2, Hayden Defoort, St. Maries, 49.37. 3, Simon Hodges, Kootenai, 49.82. 4x100 relay — 1, Mullan (Floyd Nelson, Alex Trogden, Blake Layton, Kofi Appiah), 46.81. 2, Kellogg, 46.95. 3, Post Falls, 47.63. 4x200 relay — 1, Kellogg (Kolby Luna, Tanner Lee, Ryken White, Riply Luna), 1:38.72. 2, Post Falls, 1:41.23. 3, Genesee, 1:50.20.

4x400 relay — 1, Kellogg (Ryken White, Tanner Lee, Jayce Garcia, Jackson Stepro), 3:48.97. 2, Genesee, 3:52.49. 3, Post Falls, 4:20.77. Sprint medley — 1, Kellogg (Jayce Garcia, Kolby Luna, Jackson Stepro, Ryken White), 4:03.60. 2, Genesee, 4:16.06. 3, St. Maries, 4:19.05.

Shot put — 1, Scott Sotin, St. Maries, 42-0. 2, Alexzander Lambson, St. Maries, 36-1. 3, Floyd Nelson, Mullan, 34-9.

Discus — 1, Alexzander Lambson, St. Maries, 137-10. 2, Scott Sotin, St. Maries, 120-2. 3, Brenton Swainston, Kellogg, 103-0 ½. HIgh jump — 1, Christopher Moore, Kootenai, 5-2. 2, Frederick Plante, St. Maries, 5-0. Pole vault — 1, Gerard Dittman, St. Maries, 9-6. 2, Noah Schmidt, Post Falls, 9-6. 3, Ben Martin, St. Maries, 9-0. Long jump — 1, Tanner Lee, Kellogg, 18-11. 2, Dylan Hansen, St. Maries, 16-10 ¼. 3, Logan Petit, Mullan, 16-2 ¼. Triple jump — 1, Fredrick Plante, St. Maries, 36-3 ½. 2, Seth Vestal, Genesee, 35-3. 3, Logan Petit, Mullan, 31-7.

GIRLS TEAM SCORES — 1, Post Falls 168. 2, St. Maries 157. 3, Kellogg 101. 4, Genesee 83. 5, Mullan 59. 6, Coeur d’Alene 30. 7, Kootenai 7.

100 — 1, Kytriana Burrell, Coeur d’Alene, 12.83. 2, Elizabeth Egland, Genesee, 13.73. 3, Caitlin Garitone, Mullan, 14.57. 200 — 1, Kytriana Burrell, Coeur d’Alene, 27.29. 2, Tiffany Foxx, Post Falls, 29.60. 3, Brianna Kodak, Post Falls, 29.70. 400 — 1, Kytriana Burrell, Coeur d’Alene, 1:02.99. 2, Annabelle Loewen, Genesee, 1:08.96. 3, Kaitlyn Carmack, Post Falls, 1:10.01. 800 — 1, Madelynn Johnson, St. Maries, 2:56.45. 2, Mariana Davis, Genesee, 3:06.81. 3, Nadia Gackstetter, Post Falls, 3:09.97. 1,600 — 1, Sarah Spence, St. Maries, 7:02.03. 2, Erin Hanson, St. Maries, 7:34.22. 3, Zoie Lawson, Kellogg, 7:45.05. 3,200 — 1, Lacey Medina, Kellogg, 13:33.53. 2, Faith Schutte, Post Falls, 15:33.26. 3, Liara Sullivan, St. Maries, 15:39.15.

100 hurdles — 1, Izzy Davis, Kellogg, 19.15. 2, Brooke Bening, Kellogg, 20.19.

3, Cassia Enson, St. Maries, 21.02. 300 hurdles — 1, Elizabeth Egland, Genesee, 58.92. 2, Izzy Davis, Kellogg, 59.94. 3, Autumn Charvez, Mullan, 1:02.39.

4x100 relay — 1, Kellogg (Izzy Davis, Dani Schillereff, Mya Reynoldson, Lilly Sawyer), 58.83. 2, Mullan, 58.91. 3, Post Falls, 59.30. 4x200 relay — 1, Post Falls (Charlie Calkins, Savannah Ross, Kylie Johnson, Tiffany Foxx), 2:04.06. 2, St. Maries, 2:18.19. 4x400 relay — 1, Post Falls (Tiffany Foxx, Kaitlyn Comack, Kylie Johnson, Brianna Kodak), 5:06.47. 2, Genesee, 5:13.51. 3, St. Maries, 5:39.27.

Sprint medley — 1, Kellogg (Lilly Sawyer, Dani Schillereff, Izzy Davis, Lacey Medina), 2:06.97. 2, Post Falls, 2:14.31. 3, St. Maries, 2:18.28.

Shot put — 1, Haylee Potts, Kellogg, 33-6. 2, Jacklin Linnemeyer, St. Maries, 32-3. 3, Kirsten Flodin, Genesee, 30-2.

Discus — 1, Jacklin Linnemeyer, St. Maries, 112-9. 2, Dakota Driggers, Mullan, 93-2 ½. 3, Kirsten Flodin, Genesee, 88-7 ½. High jump — 1, Jamie Mueller, St. Maries, 4-8. 2, Sarah Spence, St. Maries, 4-6. 3, Lilly Sawyer, Kellogg, 4-2. Pole vault — 1, Veronica Bastedo, Post Falls, 8-0. 2, Avonlea Hotine, Post Falls, 8-0. 3, Kaylynn Boyett, St. Maries, 7-0. Long jump — 1, Roxann Smith, Post Falls, 13-7. 2, Clarity Fisher, Post Falls, 13-6 ½. 3, Jamie Mueller, St. Maries, 12-9 ½. Triple jump — 1, Isabelle Monk, Genesee, 27-11 ¾. 2, Kammi Rimel, St. Maries 24-4 ½.