COLFAX — Colfax raced out to a 21-point lead at halftime and cruised past Freeman of Rockford, Wash., on Saturday in a nonleague football game, winning 29-15.

Quarterback Layne Gingerich completed 12 of 17 attempts for 142 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another as the Bulldogs improved to 2-0. Running back Jacob Brown finished with a touchdown rushing and another receiving. In all, Brown accounted for 161 yards, 118 of those coming on 17 rushing attempts.

Gavin Hammer led Colfax in tackles, with eight, six of those solo. Brown added 6½ tackles and was one of three Bulldogs with sacks. The others were Braeden Rogers and Caden Brown.

The lone score for either team in the middle quarters was an 8-yard touchdown pass Gingerich threw to Matthew Hockett to give the Bulldogs a 21-0 lead 30 seconds into the second quarter. Freeman’s final touchdown came with 17 seconds left in the game.

Freeman 0 0 0 15—15

Colfax 13 8 0 8—29

Colfax — Jacob Brown 54 run (kick failed)

Colfax — Layne Gingerich 1 run (Brown kick)

Colfax — Matthew Hocket 8 pass from Gingerich (Hockett pass from Gingerich)

Freeman — Keoni Rogan 6 pass from Cole Clark (Taylor Wells pass from Clark)

Colfax — Brown 41 pass from Gingerich (Nick Klaveano pass from Gingerich)

Freeman — Clark 5 run (Ethan Trumble pass from Clark)

GIRLS’ SOCCERShadle Park 3, Pullman 2

SPOKANE — Hannah Hawke tallied two goals for visiting Pullman in the first half, but the Greyhounds ultimately fell to nonleague foe Shadle Park.

“My overall impression is our effort level was definitely good, and we’re starting to get a feel for what we really want to do,” said Pullman coach Doug Winchell, whose team fell to 0-2 on the season.

A complete box score was not available.

Pullman 2 0—2

Shadle Park 2 1—3

Pullman — Hannah Hawke, 10th

Shadle Park — Aubrey Thomas, 21st

Shadle Park — Thomas, 26th

Pullman — Hawke, 31st

Shadle Park — NA, 61st

Sandpoint 5, Lewiston 0

SANDPOINT — Visiting Lewiston was blanked by nonleague foe Sandpoint.

The Bengals fell to 4-4 on the season. They begin league competition Monday at home against Lake City.

BOYS’ SOCCEROrofino 4, Priest River 2

OROFINO — Orofino’s Conner Potratz scored two goals, Elijah Gugger and Abby Rasmussen scored as well as the Maniacs doubled up Priest River in a league game to notch their first win of the season.

Orofino led 4-0 at the half and coach Nate Drobish lauded his team’s focus in that period.

“Everyone played very well, (with) good communication (and) good energy,” he said.

SWIMMINGBear boys top North Idaho meet

MOSCOW — Boys’ and girls’ varsity teams from Lewiston and Moscow competed along with Lake City and Lakeland in the North Idaho Triple Dual swim meet.

Isaac Pimentel of Moscow won the 500 yard freestyle by almost a minute, in a time of 5:05.07, and teammate Simon Miurawon the 100 butterfly and 100 breaststroke to help lead the Moscow boys to a first-place team finish. Lake City came out on top in girls’ competition.

Top-three area placers are listed below.


200 medley relay — 3. Lewiston (Logan Martin, Carolyn Nickel, Grace Qualman, Eva Howard), 2:33.19

200 freestyle — 2. Ashley Painter, Moscow, 2:17.12

200 IM — 2. Qualman, 2:33.77

50 freestyle — 1. Ally Crossland, Moscow, 27.84

100 butterfly — 2. Qualman, 1:09.95

500 freestyle — 2. Crossland, 6:09.73

200 freestyle relay — 3. Moscow (Painter, Sarah Casrcallen, Ashley Pope, Crossland), 1:57.70

100 backstroke — 3. Painter, 1:09.11

100 breaststroke — 2. Brookyln Houston, Moscow, 1:26.05; Ryann Pilcher, Moscow, 1:28.91


200 medley relay — 1. Moscow (Reid Johnson, Simon Miura, Eddy Cofre, Micah Wolbrecht), 1:51.59; 2. Moscow (Ian Schlater, Isaac Pimentel, Zach Miller, Ethan Baird), 1:54.96

200 freestyle — 2. Pimentel, 1:53.26; 3. Hayden Buehler, Moscow, 2:01.23

200 IM — 3. Eli Johnson, Moscow, 3:01.40

50 freestyle — 1. Haden Keener, Lewiston, 23.82

100 butterfly — 1. Miura, 56.85; 3. Micah Wolbrecht, Moscow, 1:14.76

500 freestyle — 1. Pimentel, 5:05.07

100 freestyle — 1. Keener, 54.31; 2. Buehler, 55.27

200 freestyle relay — 1. Moscow (Hayden Buehler, Schlater, Baird, Miura), 1:37.01; 3. Moscow (Johnson, Jonah Cousins, Cofre, Pimentel), 1:39.54

100 backstroke — 2. Baird, 1:00.57; 3. Schlater, 1:01.23

100 breaststroke — 1. Miura, 1:04.42; 3. Wolbrecht, 1:15.05

400 freestyle relay — 2. Moscow (Cousins, Wolbrecht, Malachi McMillan, Buehler)

CROSS COUNTRYPullman’s Kabasenche collects silver

SPOKANE — Pullman’s Eliason Kabasenche placed second in the 2½-mile senior portion at the Highlander Invite in Spokane.

Kabasenche logged a time of 12:31.69 to boost Pullman’s team to ninth place. Teammate Asher Cousins finished 32nd out of 176 (14:06.47).

Out of 144 racers in the girls’ varsity race, Moscow’s Laurel Hicke placed 20th with a time of 16:09.66. The Moscow girls placed 14th as Pullman earned 12th out of 19 teams.

COLLEGE VOLLEYBALLCougs go unbeaten at own tournament

PULLMAN — Washington State capped off a perfect weekend at the Cougar Challenge in Bohler Gym with a 25-18, 25-19, 25-21 victory against Liberty University on Saturday.

Hannah Pukis had the first double-double of her WSU career with 26 assists and 10 digs. Pia Timmer led the Cougars (8-1) with nine kills, while freshman teammate Magda Jehlarova had eight kills from 12 attacks for a hitting percentage of .667.

Vandals wrap up UNLV Challenge with loss

LAS VEGAS — Texas Tech swept Idaho 25-23, 25-21, 25-19 in the Vandals’ final contest at the UNLV Invitational, where they went 1-2. The Vandals (3-6) were led by Kennedy Warren’s 12 kills. Emily Smith added 10 kills and Hailey Pelton led UI with 27 assists. Delaney Hopen had 14 digs. Tech improved to 6-4.

COLLEGE FOOTBALLWhittier 47, Lewis-Clark Valley Loggers 12

WHITTIER, Calif. — The Lewis-Clark Valley Loggers lost to NCAA Division III Whittier to fall to 0-3 on the season. Whittier plays in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. Another team from that league, Pomona Pitzer, handed the Loggers their previous loss. Complete statistics and a box were unavailable.

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