COEUR D’ALENE — Moscow High senior golfer Makena Rauch picked up her second multi-team tournament gold of the season Monday, carding a 6-over 78 to lead the pack in the girls’ segment of the Lake City Invitational at Coeur d’Alene Public Golf Club.

Rauch’s closest competitor finished six strokes back.

Behind host Lake City of Coeur d’Alene, Lewiston finished second as a team, with four of its players shooting under 100. Megan Light led the Bengals with an 87 — a 40 on the back nine of the 5,514-yard, par-72 course.

Team results — 1, Lake City 362; 2, Lewiston 370; 3, Sandpoint 406; 4, Coeur d’Alene 409; 5, Post Falls 418; 6, Lakeland 456; 7, Moscow (incomplete).

Medalist — Makena Rauch, Moscow, 78.

Lewiston finishers — Megan Light 87; Kaylee Halstead 91; Allison MacMillan 95; Avery Literal 97; Sidney Barden 108.

Moscow finishers — M. Rauch 78; Mia Berrett 124; Marissa Lewis 129.

Seibly fifth at Cd’A meet

COEUR D’ALENE — Lewiston’s Jack Seibly tied for fifth with a 4-over 76 at the boys’ segment of the Lake City Invitational at Coeur d’Alene Public Golf Club.

Seibly’s teammates, Tyler Rasmussen-Dewey and Tristan Thompson, also shot under 100 — 84 and 90, respectively — to spearhead the Bengals to a tie for fourth.

Moscow, which finished sixth, was led by Bryden Brown’s 7-over 79, but also got scores in the 80s from Tayler Parsons (88) and Parker Beebe (89).

Team results — 1, Coeur d’Alene 312; 2, Lake City 322; 3, Post Falls 329; T4, Lewiston, Lakeland 350; 6, Moscow 354; 7, Sandpoint 370.

Medalist — Cameron Johnson, Lake City, 70.

Lewiston finishers — Jack Seibly 76; Tyler Rasmussen-Dewey 84; Tristan Thompson 90; Shad Goeckner 100; Dylan Braden 104.

Moscow finishers — Bryden Brown 79; Tayler Parsons 88; Parker Beebe 89; Sam Kees 98; Taylor Strong 113; Joe Bruegeman 114.

SOFTBALL

Colton 15-5, Potlatch 2-4

COLTON — Colton’s Emily Schultheis tossed a one-hit complete game while Abby Kelly and Josie Schultheis hammered home runs to propel the Wildcats to a thrashing of nonleague foe Potlatch in Game 1 of a home doubleheader.

The Wildcats snuck by in the second to earn a sweep, 15-2 and 5-4.

Colton reached base 13 times — the Loggers three — and had a 10-2 advantage through two frames, capitalizing also on Potlatch’s three errors. Emily Schultheis hurled just 51 pitches, 33 of those being strikes.

Josie Schultheis — who pitched a complete game in the nightcap — also belted a pair of singles, as did Maggi Pluid.

The Wildcats then used a two-run fifth to go up 5-2 in Game 2. It was just enough to swipe the win from Potlatch, which had eight hits, including two apiece from Shy Lynas, Brenna Larson and Audrey Prather.

Colton had just five knocks, but reached base on balls eight times to set the edge.

FIRST GAME

Potlatch 200 00— 2 1 3

Colton 645 5x—15 9 1

Brenna Larson, Desi Brown (3) and Audrey Prather. Emily Schultheis and Abby Kelly.

Potlatch hits — Emma Chambers.

Colton hits — Rylee Vining, Emily Schultheis (2B), Abby Kelly 2 (HR), Josie Schultheis 3 (HR), Maggi Pluid 2.

SECOND GAME

Potlatch 110 002—4 8 2

Colton 200 12x—5 5 1

Charlie Beckner and B. Larson. J. Schultheis and A. Kelly.

Potlatch hits — Shy Lynas 2, B. Larson 2, A. Prather 2, Kendra Heitsman (2B), E. Chambers.

Colton hits — R. Vining, A. Kelly (2B), J. Schultheis, Addison Kinzer, M. Pluid.

Lakeland 13, Moscow 3

RATHDRUM — Lakeland pitcher Taylor Woolley hit two doubles, logged three RBI and pitched a complete game, allowing just three hits, as the Rathdrum school flew past Moscow in a 4A Inland Empire League bout.

Moscow (0-11, 0-4) got two hits and a home run from Sarah Carscallen, but Lakeland’s seven-spot fourth dashed any hopes for a comeback.

The Hawks (4-9, 2-0) compiled 15 hits, including four from Allison Russum and three (one double) from Erika Gallus. Sydnee Verlin had two singles for the Bears.

Moscow 003 00— 3 5 3

Lakeland 005 71—13 15 2

Liza Dreesmann and Ava Barker. Taylor Woolley and Mia O’Hara.

Moscow hits — Sarah Carscallen 2 (HR), Riley Miller, Sydnee Verlin 2.

Lakeland hits — Destry Brack (2B), Erika Gallus 3 (2B), T. Woolley (2-2B), Allison Russum 4.

EV 13-9, Pullman 3-6

SPOKANE — Pullman fell in both installments of a doubleheader against Great Northern League foe East Valley of Spokane.

The Greyhounds (1-8, 0-2) held their own early in Game 1 and late in Game 2, but the Knights dominated in between.

“We came out kind of strong and then we made a few too many errors in the wrong places, and didn’t string together in that first game,” Pullman coach Tara Briggs said. “The second game we came out a little more hungry and we rallied in the last inning to try to score some.”

FIRST GAME

Pullman 210 000— 3 4 7

East Valley 217 012—13 13 2

Kinsey Kallaher and Kaleigh Myers. Abby Brake and Riley Weger.

SECOND GAME

Pullman 010 002 3—6 14 6

East Valley 301 311 x—9 9 3

Cd’A 10, Asotin 0

COEUR D’ALENE — Asotin committed four errors and surrendered “about a dozen” stolen bases, coach Corey Mullins said, in a blowout loss to nonleague opponent Coeur d’Alene of the Idaho 5A ranks.

“We didn’t really challenge them; we weren’t aggressive,” Mullins said. “A team like that has to be aggressive to play in that league, and we didn’t try to compete with them today. I don’t know if we thought we were already beat or what.”

The Panthers (4-9) had only two hits, but Mullins did acknowledge a couple of positive takeaways — his team made better contact at bat, and struck out just five times.

“It’s a good experience if they use it, and take things away from it,” Mullins said of playing up. “We’ve got to compete, or else we won’t get anything out of it.”

Asotin 000 00 —0 2 4

Cd’A 303 22—10 6 0

Jordyn Neilson, Caylie Browne (4) and Macy Mullins. Natalie Sell, Madi Cleave (4) and Hailey Lyons.

Asotin hits — M. Mullins, J. Neilson.

Cd’A hits — Skylar Burke, H. Lyons (2B), Mary Comack 2, N. Sell, Katrina Zanetti.

Clarkston 15, G’ville 5

Mikayla Hill tripled, doubled and drove in six runs to guide Clarkston to a nonleague win over Grangeville at Lincoln Middle School in Clarkston.

Tiana Ah Hi stole three bases for the Bantams (5-5), who overcame a three-run homer in the first inning by Mary Kate Forsmann.

Grangeville 320 00— 5 7 1

Clarkston 142 7x—15 10 1

Mic Farris and Mac Farris. Jasmine Carringer and Hannah Murphy.

Grangeville hits — Ma. Farris, Zimmerman, Mi. Farris 2, Forsmann (HR), Kent, Johnson.

Clarkston hits — Skinner, Ah Hi, Hill 2 (3B, 2B), Vargas, Arnot 2 (2B), Carringer, Patterson.

G’ville 17, Clarkston JV 17

After falling to the Clarkston varsity, Grangeville managed a tie against the Bantams’ JV in a high-scoring affair.

Grangeville 503 81—17 5 6

Clarkston 504 80—17 17 8

Grangeville hits — Olmos, Forsyth, Benezzidez, Farris (2B), Kent.

Clarkston hits — Arnot 4 (2B), Lohman 3, Blewett 2, Calkins 3 (2B), Kaltenbaugh, Grimm, Erb 2, Hernandez.

Troy 5-3, Kendrick 4-10

KENDRICK — Whitepine League rivals Troy and Kendrick split a doubleheader on the Tigers’ home field.

Home runs from Blazie Gilder and Abby Weller helped propel the Trojans (3-3) to their one-run victory in Game 1, while Megan Brocke homered for the Tigers in Game 2. Kendrick (2-1) had an eight-run fourth inning and racked up 17 base hits in the second contest.

FIRST GAME

Troy 100 040 0—5 10

Kendrick 100 110 1—4 8

Abby Weller and R. Clemm. M. Brocke and M. Sandino.

Troy hits — B. Gilder 3 (2B, 3B, HR), S. Lanier, R. Clemm (2B), A. Weller 2 (HR), B. Grove 2, W. Foster.

Kendrick hits — M. Brocke, J. Anderson 2, M. Brown, L. Morgan, K. Bogar, E. Proctor, G. Maland.

SECOND GAME

Kendrick 100 801 0—10 17

Troy 003 000 0— 3 5

J. Anderson and E. Proctor. A. Weller and R. Clemm.

Kendrick hits — M. Brocke 4 (2B, HR), J. Anderson 3 (2B), M. Brown, L. Morgan 2, M. Sandino 3, K. Bogar 3, F. Fitzgerald.

Troy hits — R. Clemm 2 (2B), A. Weller, B. Grove 2.

BASEBALL

Kendrick 8, Lapwai 7

KENDRICK — A seventh-inning run put Kendrick over the top for the Tigers’ first win of the season after a late rally from Whitepine League adversary Lapwai.

Talon Alexander pitched five innings for Kendrick (1-2), conceding three hits. Matt Fletcher gave the Tigers three singles, Preston Boyer had a single and a double, and shortstop Brayden Stapleton “stepped up tonight and really did work for us,” according to coach Steve Corr.

Lapwai 100 015 0—7 7 5

Kendrick 105 010 1—8 7 3

Justin Rabago-Johnson, Maceo Henry and Tui Moliga. Talon Alexander, Jacob Skiles (6), Preston Boyer (7) and Matt Fletcher.

Lapwai hits — Henry 2, Anthony Spencer, Rabago-Johnson, Dominick Williamson (2B), Steven Samuels (2B), Mosik Nish.

Kendrick hits — Alexander, Matt Fletcher 3, Boyer 2 (2B), Skiles, Brayden Stapleton.

JV — Kendrick 5, Lapwai 1

Cd’A 10, Asotin 0

COEUR D’ALENE — For three innings, “it was a pretty good game,” Asotin coach Jim Holman said.

“Then the wheels fell off,” and Asotin was handled by nonleague opponent Coeur d’Alene.

Devin Fry allowed no earned runs in three innings, but later a few passed balls, plunked batters and a “bunch of free passes” from the relief permitted a flurry of Viking runs.

“But we competed well,” Holman said. “I liked our composure; we had some good at bats and hit some balls hard. Just couldn’t find the holes.”

Fry was impressive early, and the Vikings had only seven hits, but the unearned runs and errors were Asotin’s bane.

The Panthers (10-4) were edged by Cd’A 5-3 last month. Holman noted they’d profit from playing a team like the Vikings twice.

“The matter of fact is we’re gonna benefit from this game when we start the postseason,” he said.

Asotin 000 00— 0 2 3

Cd’A 002 62—10 7 1

Devin Fry, Keaton Caldwell (4), Carson Jurries (5) and Josh Wilkinson. Colt Rowley and Carter Friesz.

Asotin hits — Mason Hurlbert, Ryan Denham.

Cd’A hits — Jake Brown, Allen Chatfield 2, Quinton Bunch, C. Friesz, Landen Thompson, Alex Karns (2B).

TENNIS

Bengals win a pair

SANDPOINT — Lewiston posted back-to-back overall team victories against nonleague foes Lakeland of Rathdrum and Sandpoint.

Lewiston tallied a 9-3 match total against Lakeland in the morning at Rathdrum before proceeding to Sandpoint, where the Bengals won 7 of 12 matches in a shortened race-to-10-game pro set format.

The most dramatic contest of the day was freshman Henry Parkey’s 7-5, 2-6, 7-5 No. 2 singles victory. Parkey, who was playing singles for the first time in his career, lost the opening four games before rallying to “gut out” the win, in the words of coach Sandi Stocks.

No. 1 Lewiston girls’ singles player Rylei Carper dominated both her contests. Top Bengal boys’ singles player Austin Gomez won 6-3, 6-2 before pitching a shutout in his second match.

“Good to see them get to play again, first and foremost,” said Lewiston coach Sandi Stocks, “and then getting a long day like this gives them good prep for going into tournament next week and then Regionals shortly after.”

Lewiston 9, Lakeland 3

Girls’ singles — Rylei Carper, Lew, def. Anna Altsular 6-0, 6-0; Sydney Finch, Lew, def. Kelsey Brumbles 6-0, 3-6 6-3; Shelby Hobbs, Lew, def. Desiree Zito 8-1.

Girls’ doubles — Paige Boudreaux/Sierra Paulson, Lew, def. Cece Viebrock/Savannah Orrell 6-0, 6-4; Brenna Alexander/Anna Altsular, Lake, def. Ryan Finch/Tia Flagg 7-5, 6-3.

Boys’ singles — Austin Gomez, Lew, def. Nathan Peck 6-3, 6-2; Henry Parkey, Lew, def. Jared Roth 7-5, 2-6, 7-5; Austin Carper, Lew, def. Keng Jaturanont 6-4, 6-4.

Boys’ doubles — David Durfee/Cody Wilding, Lake, def. Eli Thomas/Luke Noakes 6-0, 6-4; Noah Williams/Aidan Brogan, Lew, def. Keng Jaturanant/Brady Manko 8-3.

Mixed doubles — Abbie Gangier/Caleb Pearson, Lake, def. Madison Hinkley/Tristan Bachman 6-2, 6-4; Sara George/Ethan Noakes, Lew, def. Sarah Boyer/Blaise Wright 8-3.

Lewiston 7, Sandpoint 5

Girls’ singles — Rylei Carper, Lew, def. Jenny Slaveck 10-4; Sydney Finch, Lew, def. Colleene McBride 10-2; Hadley Goodvin, Sand, def. Shelby Hobbs 10-3.

Girls’ doubles — Allura Livingston/Tessa Beeman, Sand, def. Paige Boudreaux/Sierra Paulson 10-3; Sarah George/Ryan Finch, Lew, def. Olivia Ramirez/Lily Anderson 10-7

Boys’ singles — Austin Gomez, Lew, def. Charlie Johnson 10-0; Anton Morau, Sand, def. Wyatt Carper 10-3; Aiden Brogan, Lew, def. Tabor Dussault 10-7.

Boys’ doubles — Declan Plummer/Christian Story, Sand, def. Eli Thomas/Luke Noakes 10-5; Ethan Noakes/Tristan Bachman, Lew, def. Josh Jessen/Cayden Kindred 10-6.

Mixed doubles — Carter Johnson/Teryn McBride, Sand, def. Audrey Parkey/Austin Carper 10-7; Madison Hinkley/Noah Williams, Lew, def. Tyler Korn/Denali Terry.

Clarkston 7, EV 0

Coleton Tenwick won 6-0, 6-0 at No. 1 singles to lead a dominant showing by Clarkston in a Great Northern League boys’ win over East Valley.

The Bantams (4-1, 4-0) won all seven matches in straight sets, and their singles players dropped only five games.

“That was pretty impressive,” Clarkston coach John Kowatsch said.

The match was a makeup from last week.

Singles — Coleton Tenwick, Clk, def. Julien Gunderson 6-0, 6-0; Jack Hedrick, Clk, def. Ethan Graham 6-0, 6-1; Derek Goodnow, Clk, def. Luke Pinyerd 6-0, 6-2; Ben Bunce, Clk, def. Rodney Megee 6-2, 6-0.

Doubles — Colton Dudley and Jason Mai, Clk, def. Ethan Van Cleave and Noah Haight 6-2, 6-2; Jaxson Allen and Austin Roueche, Clk, def. Kai Denton and Alex Marley 6-2, 6-1; Gavin Wickens and Mark Chambers, Clk, def. Tate Gregorson and Chase Widmer 7-5, 6-3.

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