Local sports roundup 4/20-4/22

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  • Kellogg pitcher Raiden Rickets winds up during the first game of Kellogg’s doublehead against Timberlake on Saturday. Photo by Josh McDonald

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    Wildcat Madyson Umphenour beats the throw to first during Kellogg’s loss to Timberlake. Photo by Josh McDonald

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    Wallace golfer Kayla Bayer follows through at Friday’s match. Bayer was the top finisher for the Miners with a score of 114.

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    Wallace golf photos by Chanse Watson Wallace golfer Erik Brackebusch mid-swing during Friday’s golf match at Shoshone Golf Course in Big Creek. Brackebusch took second place overall at the event with a score of 86, just two strokes behind the first place finisher.

  • Kellogg pitcher Raiden Rickets winds up during the first game of Kellogg’s doublehead against Timberlake on Saturday. Photo by Josh McDonald

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    Wildcat Madyson Umphenour beats the throw to first during Kellogg’s loss to Timberlake. Photo by Josh McDonald

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    Wallace golfer Kayla Bayer follows through at Friday’s match. Bayer was the top finisher for the Miners with a score of 114.

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    Wallace golf photos by Chanse Watson Wallace golfer Erik Brackebusch mid-swing during Friday’s golf match at Shoshone Golf Course in Big Creek. Brackebusch took second place overall at the event with a score of 86, just two strokes behind the first place finisher.

April 20

GOLF

PRIEST RIVER — Wildcats Chase Jerome and Kat Rauenhorst ran away with the individual medalist awards as they finished with scores of 67 and 83 respectively. The Wildcats finished with nine of the 10 top golfers in both boys and girls divisions.

BOYS

1. Kellogg-288, 2. Priest River-350, 4. Bonners Ferry and Timberlake-414

Kellogg- Chase Jerome-67, Taylor Bush-71, Tyler Gibbons-75, Hogan Samuelson-75, Cade Finlay-76.

GIRLS

1. Kellogg-382, 2. Timberlake-435, 3. Priest River-501, Bonners Ferry- Incomplete.

Kellogg- Kat Rauenhorst-83, Morgan Nusz-98, Emma Bristow-99, Kylie Robinson-102, Anika Sundstrom-114.

April 21

GOLF

BIG CREEK — The Wallace Miner boys team finished second overall, paced by Erik Brackebusch’s second place score of 86. None of the schools fielded complete girls teams.

BOYS

MEDALIST -- Blake Balbi, St. Maries, 83.

1-ST. MARIES (350) -- Blake Balbi 83, Kadin Olson 89, Cade Hill 89, Nate Masterson 106, Matt Hogdson 89.

2-WALLACE (377) -- Hunter Gust 89, Erik Brackebusch 86, Logan Hull 110, Zack Welch 106, Josh Allen 96.

3-LAKESIDE (473) -- Robert Sperber 125, Emmitt White 121, Takota Abrahamson 105, Sergio Abuan 128, Alex Pakootas 122.

4-CLARK FORK (480) -- Wade Stevens 95, TJ Henderson 124, Jordy Dick 140, Hunter Sutton 126, Chuck Henderson 135.

Incomplete-MULLAN -- Sam Hess 141.

Incomplete- GENESIS PREP -- Jacob Schroeder 102, Jacob Schultz 86, Sean Murrin 130.

GIRLS

MEDALIST - Aspen Presley, St. Maries, 102

WALLACE -- Maryssa Hogamier 116, Kayla Bayer 114, Jen Hayman DNF.

ST. MARIES -- Aspen Presley 102, Carley Chase 120, Tabitha Boller 103.

LAKESIDE -- Rachael Arthur 106, Tommia Pakootas 135, Suzie Pakootas 142.

CLARK FORK -- Brooke Stevens 120, Tessa Sutton 130, Abbie Anderson 148.

April 22

BASEBALL

The Kellogg Wildcats got swept by Timberlake on Saturday, falling 12-0 and 5-1. Timberlake coach Cameron Knigge lauded the play of Kellogg pitcher Tanner Mueller, who fanned 11 batters in the second game.

“He pitched real well for nearly seven innings,” Knigge said of Mueller. “Kellogg is coming along as a program. I think they will be a darkhorse as the season continues.”

FIRST GAME Timberlake 450 21x — 12 10 1 Kellogg 000 00x — 0 1 2

Logan McDonald and David Hansen. Bumgardner, Ricketts (5) and Tyron.

HITS — Tim: Hansen, L. McDonald, Smith 3, McLemore 3, Harris, Gervais. 2B: Smith, Hansen, McLemore 2. Kel — 2B: Jennings.

SECOND GAME Timberlake 110 220 0 — 5 7 0 Kellogg 100 000 0 — 1 8 5

Brendan Jessen and David Hansen. Mueller, Jennings (7) and Carkas.

HITS — Tim: L. McDonald, Smith, McLemore 3, Stevens, Sommers. Kel — Mueller, Bumgardner 2, Jennings, Dinger, White, Ricketts 2.

SOFTBALL

KELLOGG — It was a tough day at Kellogg Middle School as the Wildcats got swept by the Tigers 9-3 and 31-8.

FIRST GAME Timberlake 201 500 1 — 9 11 5 Kellogg 000 000 3 — 3 6 6

Shelby Sebastian and Matraca Rocheleau. R. Riekena and E. Bradley.

HITS: TL — Mallet 2, S. Salois 2, Starr, Rocheleau 2, Malloy, Sebastian 2, Cheevers. Kel — Bradley, Ross, Riekena, Figueroa, Hill 2. HR — Cheevers, Sebastian.

SECOND GAME Timberlake (10)45 1(11) — 31 33 6 Kellogg 041 30 — 8 4 4

Shelby Salois, Becca Malloy (3) and Matraca Rocheleau. R. Riekena and Bradley.

HITS: TL — Starr 5, M. Salois 3, Cheevers 4, S. Salois 5, Rocheleau 2, Sebastian 4, Lindley 3, Malloy 6, Jerome. Kel — Bradley, Ross, Arthur, Riekena. 2B — M. Salois, Cheevers, S. Salois 2, Sebastian, Malloy 2, Jerome, Bradley. 3B — S. Salois, Starr.

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