Silver Valley sports recap: April 15-21

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Courtesy photo/ Kellogg’s Taylor Bush hits from the rough during his medal-earning performance last week at Pinehurst Golf Course. Bush finished with a 37 on the day.

Kellogg High School Golf

PINEHURST — Senior Kat Rauenhorst and junior Taylor Bush earned medalist honors as host Kellogg won non-league duals against their Silver Valley counterparts on Monday, April 15, at Pinehurst Golf Club.

On the girls side, the only complete team was the Wildcats, and they were led by seniors Rauenhorst (42) and Emma Bristow (54).

For the boys, Bush overcame some early struggles to finish just 1-over par for the day (37).

Josh Allen from Wallace shot a 42 to place second.

BOYS TEAM SCORES — 1. Kellogg 171, 2. Wallace 195, 3. Mullan 252

MEDALIST — Taylor Bush, Kellogg, 37

KELLOGG — Archie Rauenhorst 45, Taylor Bush 37, Robby Bublitz 44, Graden Nearing 45, Griffey Doerschel 48.

WALLACE — Josh Allen 42, Hayden Hogamier 49, Thomas Southard 47, Isaac McGillivray 63, Gary Gunderson 57.

MULLAN — Sam Hess 60, Luke Trogden 56, Chandler Holling 68, Devon Riely 68.

GIRLS TEAM SCORE — 1. Kellogg 212; Wallace did not field a complete team

MEDALIST — Kat Rauenhorst, Kellogg, 42.

KELLOGG — Kat Rauenhorst 42, Emma Bristow 54, Alyssa Milliron 55, Gracie Miller 61, Jezzy Hall 69.

WALLACE — Makenna Merrick 63.

HAYDEN — The Wildcats showed their gusto as they competed with the region's biggest schools at the Kraus Invitational on Friday.

The boys finished with a respectable fifth place finish, while the girls took seventh. Kat Rauenhorst was among the top individuals, firing an 83.

KRAUS INVITATIONAL

BOYS

At Avondale Golf Club

MEDALIST — Bryden Brown, Moscow, 75.

TEAM SCORES — 1, Coeur d’Alene 309. 2, Ferris 320. 3, Post Falls 329. 4 (tie), Moscow 341 Coeur d’Alene JV 341. 6, Kellogg 350. 7, Lake City 355. 8, Lewiston 356. 9, Lakeland 357. 10, Coeur d’Alene JV No. 2 372. 11, Sandpoint 378. 12, North Central 388. 13, Freeman 397. 14, Timberlake 412. 15, Priest River 451.

COEUR d’ALENE — Brayden Ogle 79, Jackson Davenport 83, Wyatt Williams 77, Cole Jaworksi 77, Sam Johnson 76.

POST FALLS — Jacob Glenn 78, John Gordon 80, Dominic Mosby 83, Boen Torgerson 88, Dillon Doucet 93.

COEUR d’ALENE JV — Trace Goucher 79, Adams Bruns 93, Dillon Cayko 85, Mason Zwinger 84, Trevor Drummond 99.

KELLOGG — Taylor Bush 77, Archie Rauenhorst 89, Robby Bublitz 98, Graden Nearing 89, Griffey Doerschel 95.

LAKE CITY — Cameron Johnson 83, Ryan Chapman 80, Davon Safford 79, Alex Barrett DNF, Greyden Lee 113.

LAKELAND — Ashton Waddington 87, Aden Sandlen 97, Sam Schneider 94, Cody Elmose 92, Rhonin Edwards 84.

COEUR d’ALENE JV No. 2 — Ethan Skelton 97, Parker Freeman 77, Jax Wilson 100, Aiden Myers 115, Oliver Dingman 98.

SANDPOINT — Joel Johnson 102, Seth McCutchen 100, Caelan Darling 82, Harley Davis 100, Davis Macdonald 96.

TIMBERLAKE — Wyatt Dickenson 95, Mason Zollinger 104, Chris Conrath 118, Dawson Hunt 98, Brayden Coleman 138.

PRIEST RIVER — Kameron Salesky 97, Ben Zapfe 108, Rowen Fegert 112, Brady O’Brier 134, Jim Isenberger 137.

GIRLS

At Hayden Lake Country Club

MEDALIST — Cami Culp, Mead, 75.

TEAM SCORES — 1, Mead 345. 2, Lake City 352. 3 (tie), Lewiston, Sandpoint 369. 5, Coeur d’Alene 390. 6, Post Falls 404. 7, Kellogg 421. 8, Timberlake 436. 9, Lakeland 441. 10, Coeur d’Alene JV 456. 11, Priest River 483.

LAKE CITY — Kyla Currie 80, Marisa Hagerty 97, Taryn Cherry 91, Echo Anderson 95, Jojo Dodge 86.

SANDPOINT — Cece Deprez 88, Hattie Larson 84, Camille Neuder 96, Annaby Kanning 101, Aly Irish 107.

COEUR d’ALENE — Martina Hicks 85, Holly Hudson 95, Marin Rowley 107, Olivia Dixon 105, PJ Hayes 105.

POST FALLS — Maya Zane 105, Camden Leovox 99, Renee Mosby 104, Catherine Gordon 96, Bella Mackesy 126.

KELLOGG — Kat Rauenhorst 83, Emma Bristow 104, Alyssa Milliron 106, Gracie Miller 128, Jezzy Hall 136.

TIMBERLAKE — Izzy Hillard 106, Hanna Mendenhall 92, Emma Torr 125, Brooke Jessen 113, Madeline Hunter 142.

LAKELAND — Sydney Suko 125, Makayla Higbee 100, Madison Kellner 106, Tatem Gorton 111, Cheyenne Friddle 124.

Kellogg baseball

SPIRIT LAKE — A near no-hitter in the opener turned into a no-no in the nightcap as the Tigers swept the Wildcats 21-0 and 10-0 in Intermountain League play on Tuesday, April 16.

Kobe Harris struck out 12 in the opener for Timberlake, only allowing a leadoff single to Triston Neubauer.

In the nightcap, Gage Benefield struck out seven as the Tigers held the Wildcats hitless.

“Right now, we’re painting the zone with a lot of strikes,” Timberlake coach Cameron Knigge said. “The guys have been throwing well for us. Between (Jacob) Hessing, (Jack) McDonald), Harris and Benefield, we’ve just been throwing strikes and the guys are stepping up.”

McDonald — who threw a no-hitter in a win over Bonners Ferry last Friday — drove in four runs in the first game for Timberlake.

FIRST GAME

Kellogg 000 00 — 0 1 5

Timberlake 81(12) 0x — 21 1 0

Game called in 5th inning due to 10-run rule.

Schulz, Hoffman (2), Groves (4) and Cline; Kobe Harris and Zac Larsen. W — Harris. L — Schulz.

HITS: Kell — Neubauer. TL — McDonald, Wilson, Harris, Drake, Powell 2, Larsen 3, Balavage, James. 2B — Powell 2, McDonald.

SECOND GAME

Kellogg 000 00 — 0 0 2

Timberlake 150 04 — 10 9 0

Game called in 5th inning due to 10-run rule.

Hoffman and Frohlich; Gage Benefield and Ethan Jerome. W — Benefield. L — Hoffman.

HITS: Kell — none. TL — McDonald, Harris, James 2, Larsen 2, Hessing, Jerome, Knerr. 2B — James, McDonald. 3B — James.

Kellogg softball

SPIRIT LAKE — Becca Malloy scattered four hits and struck out six in the first game, and Bernie Carhart pitched a one-hitter in the nightcap as the Tigers blanked the visiting Wildcats11-0 and 21-0 in an Intermountain League doubleheader on Tuesday, April 16.

Emma Howard hit a two-run triple in the fourth inning, and finished 3 for 3 with three RBIs and three runs scored in the opener for Timberlake, which scored seven runs in the fifth inning to end the game early on the 10-run rule.

Carhart, who went 3 for 4 in the opener, went 4 for 4 in the second game, with four RBIs and four runs scored. Her sister, Lily Carhart, had two hits and drove in three runs in the second game.

“Becca threw really well,” Timberlake coach Casi Lupinacci said. “Emma Howard had a great really (good) day at the plate and made great catches in the outfield (left field in the first game, right field in the second). And Bernie threw one of the best games she’s every thrown (in the second game), and also went 4 for 4.”

FIRST GAME

Kellogg 000 00 — 0 4 3

Timberlake 001 37 — 11 12 3

Game called in 5th inning due to 10-run rule.

I. Therrian and A. Duce; Becca Malloy and Lily Carhart.

HITS: Kell — Seatz, Ross, Duce, M. Therrain. TL — L. Carhart, B. Carhart 3, Malloy, Lindley, Jerome, Mallet, Peterson, Howard 3. 2B — B. Carhart, Lindley. 3B — Howard.

SECOND GAME

Kellogg 000 00 — 0 1 3

Timberlake 147 9x — 21 14 0

Game called in 5th inning due to 10-run rule.

I. Seatz and A. Duce; Bernie Carhart and Maddy Salois.

HITS: Kell — Van Hoose. TL — L. Carhart 2, B. Carhart 4, Malloy 2, Lindley, Kalar, Mallet, Lindley, Howard. 2B — B. Carhart 2, L. Carhart, Mallet, Malloy.

Wallace golf

BIG CREEK — Lakeside senior Alyssa SiJohn earned medalist honors with a 95 in a tournament hosted by Wallace at Shoshone Golf Course on Thursday, April 18. Lakeside’s girls edged St. Maries by six strokes (430-436) for the team title.

St. Maries’ boys won the team title with a 380.

Clark Fork’s Cole Rueter was boys medalist with a 76, while Wallace’s Josh Allen fired an 83.

BOYS

At Shoshone Golf Course, Big Creek

MEDALIST — Cole Rueter, Clark Fork, 76.

TEAM SCORES — 1, St. Maries 380. 2, Wallace 397. 3, Lakeside 411. 4, Genesis Prep 423. 5, Mullan 527. Clark Fork, incomplete team.

ST. MARIES — Kadin Olson 79, Grant Peet 95, Eric Porter 109, Cooper Daniel 99, Trace Boller 107, Corbin Scheer 115.

WALLACE — Josh Allen 83, Thomas Southhard 103, Hayden Hogamier 108, Logan Hull 103, Gary Gunderson 133.

LAKESIDE — Emmitt White 95, Kenyon SpottedHorse 101, Talon Twoteeth 100, Tucker Sanchez 119, Sergio Abuan 115, Jasper Abuan 117.

GENESIS PREP — Jacob Schultz 80, Sean Murrin 115, Eli Gonzales 135, Een Glass 104, Andon Jennings 124.

MULLAN — Sam Hess 124, Luke Trogden 111, Chandler Holling 147, Devon Riley 145.

CLARK FORK — Cole Rueter 76, Jordan Dick 133, Carter Sanroman 115.

GIRLS

At Shoshone Golf Course, Big Creek

MEDALIST — Alyssa SiJohn, Lakeside, 95.

TEAM SCORES — 1, Lakeside 430. 2, St. Maries 436. 3, Genesis Prep 528.

Wallace, Clark Fork incomplete teams.

LAKESIDE — Tommia Pakootas 105, Brooklyn Marchand 108, Suzi Pakootas 122, Alyssa SiJohn 95, Katannah Marchand 154.

ST. MARIES — Maci Rimmel 107, Tabitha Boller 115, Trista Janssen 116, Jayden Martin 98, Hope Aasgard 153.

GENESIS PREP — Rachel Schroeder 132, Emily Martinez 131, Yunji Kim 133, Brea Mcloud 149, Morgan Bae 132.

WALLACE — MaKenna Merrick 110, Cassie Heiden 112.

CLARK FORK — Brooke Stevens 102, Aleehia Valliere 149, Caiya Yanik 177.

Kellogg, Wallace, Mullan track and field

HARRISON FLATS — Freshman Sheldon Pine won in both the 100- and 200-meter dash for Post Falls to claim the team title at the Kootenai Invitational on Saturday.

Shaye Sullivan won the 400 and 800 for the Kellogg girls, who won the girls team title in the eight-team meet.

Kellogg's Shea Curran and Wallace's Maggie Howard battled it out for the top spots in the shot put.

BOYS TEAM SCORES — 1, Post Falls 134. 2, Lake City 102. 3, Kellogg 58. 4, St. Maries 49. 5, Lakeside 18. 6, Kootenai 17. 7, Wallace 14. 8, Mullan 4.

100 — 1, Sheldon Pine, Post Falls, 11.80. 2, Chase Richardson, Lake City, 12.14. 3, Noah Martinez, Lake City, 12.18. 200 — 1, Sheldon Pine, Post Falls, 24.92. 2, Chase Berg, Post Falls, 24.99. 3, Kolby Moore, St. Maries, 25.13.

400 — 1, JJ (Jayson) Hall, Lakeside, 54.68. 2, Christian Weber, Lake City, 55.43. 3, Gage Fortenberry, Post Falls, 56.50. 800 — 1, Garrett Miller, Kellogg, 2:11.73. 2, Drew Padgett, Post Falls, 2:12.08. 3, Christopher Stewart, Post Falls, 2:15.

1,600 — 1, Ammon Bracken, Post Falls, 5:16.36. 2, JJ (Jayson) Hall, Lakeside, 5:27.54. 3, Jayden Haga, Lake City, 5:31.37. 3,200 — 1, Ammon Bracken, Post Falls, 11:03.57. 2, Josiah Heath, Post Falls, 11:04.90. 3, Blaine Buckingham, Post Falls, 11:35.80.

110 hurdles — 1, Colton Pentland, Wallace, 17.53. 2, Cameron Van Harpen, Lake City, 18.78. 3, Bridger Stephens, Lake City, 47.22. 4x100 relay — 1, Lake City (Chase Richardson, Jared Hubbard, Eamon Condon, Noah Martinez), 47.51. 2, St. Maries, 49.70. 4x200 relay — 1, Lake City (Jared Hubbard, Chase Richardson, Bridger Stephens, Christian Weber), 1:39.75. 2, Post Falls, 1:40.33.

4x400 relay — 1, Lake City (Braden Lind, Bridger Stephens, Cameron Van Harpen, Christian Weber), 3:56.41. 2, Post Falls, 3:59.80. Sprint medley — 1, Post Falls (Gage Fortenberry, Jaxson Anderson, Christopher Stewart, Drew Padgett), 4:13.83. 2, Lake City, 4:17.66.

Shot put — 1, Ben Cowin, Post Falls, 42-5. 2, Kyle Sibert, St. Maries, 37-11 1/2. 3, Austin Marsan, Kellogg, 35-1. Discus — 1, James Mundt, Post Falls, 111-9. 2, Austin Marsan, Kellogg, 109-7. 3, Gavin Luna, Kellogg, 97-5.

High jump — 1, Wesley Rice, St. Maries, 5-10. 2, Tyler Lyons, Post Falls, 5-2. 3, Nikolas Hanson, Post Falls, 5-2. Pole vault — 1, Landen Hughes, Lake City, 9-6. 2, Austin Stepro, Kellogg, 9-6. 3, Elan Rivandeneira, Kootenai, 9-6.

Long jump — 1, Wesley Rice, St. Maries, 18-8 1/2. 2, Tyler Lyons, Post Falls, 17-1 1/4. 3, Riley Trogden, Mullan, 16-10 1/4. Triple jump — 1, Garrett Remer, Kootenai, 38-11. 2, Chase Berg, Post Falls, 38-4 1/2. 3, Matt Whitcomb, Lake City, 34-0 1/2.

GIRLS TEAM SCORES — 1, Kellogg 134. 2, Lake City 80. 3, Post Falls 69. 4, St. Maries 68. 5, Wallace 22. 6, Lakeside 14. 7, Kootenai 7. 8, Mullan. 3.

100 — 1, Karina Gravely, Lake City, 13.90. 2, Lora Allred, Kellogg, 13.93. 3, Marissa Bershaw, Lake City, 14.29. 200 — 1, Lora Allred, Kellogg, 29.48. 2, Karina Gravely, Lake City, 30.10. 3, Clare Keough, St. Maries, 30.51.

400 — 1, Shaye Sullivan, Kellogg, 1:07.43. 2, Angel Beier, Kellogg, 1:07.68. 3, Montana Eve, Lakeside, 1:09.02. 800 — 1, Shaye Sullivan, Kellogg, 2:40.27. 2, Angel Beier, Kellogg, 2:43.41. 3, Sarah Koziol, Lake City, 2:50.12.

1,600 — 1, Alana Lien, Post Falls, 6:14.75. 2, Sarah Koziol, Lake City, 6:26.14. 3, Krystin Szilasi, St. Maries, 7:26.84. 3,200 — 1, Alana Lien, Post Falls, 13:13.40. 2, Shaye Sullivan, Kellogg, 13:51.60. 3, Leilani Ibarra, Post Falls, 16:09.13.

100 hurdles — 1, Jaron Figueroa, Kellogg, 18.64. 2, Abby Madsen, Post Falls, 19.07. 3, Kendall Lohr, Wallace, 20.34. 300 hurdles — 1, Bethan Suchoski, St. Maries, 54.32. 2, Abby Madsen, Post Falls, 56.64. 3, Aubree Osier, St. Maries, 57.87. 4x100 relay — 1, Kellogg (Lora Allred, Karmyn DeHart, Caitlin Wendt, Jaron Figueroa), 54.53. 2, Lake City, 56.10.

4x200 relay — 1, Post Falls (Siena Shinault, Tegan Uemoto, Lilith Wood,, Americus Crane), 2:05.05. 2, Kellogg, 2:06.20. 4x400 relay — 1, Lake City, 4:57.98. 2, Kellogg, 5:15.72. Sprint medley — 1, Kellogg (Jaron Figueroa, Karmyn DeHart, Caitlin Wendt, Lora Allred), 2:02.75. 2, Post Falls, 2:13.11.

Shot put — 1, Shea Curran, Kellogg, 32-9. 2, Maggie Howard, Wallace, 30-10. 3, Abby Tiller, Kootenai, 30-4 1/2. Discus — 1, Shea Curran, Kellogg, 115-0. 2, Katlin Senteney, Kellogg, 111-2. 3, Sage Woodard, Lake City, 106-0.

High jump — 1, Clare Keough, St. Maries, 4-8. 2, Glory Olson, Lakeside, 4-8. 3, Cassidy Suchowski, St. Maries, 4-6. Pole vault — 1, Bethan Suchowski, St. Maries, 9-9. 2, Hannah Chirico, Lake City, 7-6. 3, Rylie Milholland, Kellogg, 7-0.

Long jump — 1, Caitlin Wendt, Kellogg, 14-7 1/2. 2, Bethan Suchowski, St. Maries, 13-2. 3, Hayden Oestreich, Post Falls, 13-0 1/2.

Triple jump — 1, Caitlin Wendt, Kellogg, 30-0 1/4. 2, Aubree Osier, St. Maries, 283. 3, Chloe Butler, Lake City, 27-7 1/2.

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