Area Roundup

COTTONWOOD — All nine batters in the Genesee baseball team’s lineup recorded at least one base hit Monday as the Bulldogs beat Prairie 20-10 in a Whitepine League game.

Nate Guinard racked up a homer, a double and two singles for Genesee (7-3, 7-2), which hit its stride in the fourth and sixth innings.

“I loved our guys’ focus from the first pitch,” Genesee coach Kevin Maurer said. “Our offensive approach I thought was really good and the team is starting to learn how to beat tough outs. We did a great job with two strikes today.”

Genesee 302 807—20 16 1

Prairie 000 442—10 10 5

Jack Johnson, Cy Wareham (5) and Nate Guinard. Connor Schwartz, Travis Alfrey (4) and Dalton Ross.

Genesee hits — C. Wareham (2B), Cameron Meyer, Johnson (3B), Guinard 4 (HR, 2B), Jacob Krick 3 (2B), Jackson Zenner, Derek Burt, Joe Johnson, Teak Wareham 2.

Prairie hits — Ross, Chase Kaschmitter 3 (2B, 3B), Dean Johnson 2, Schwartz, Brodie Hasselstrom, Lane Remicle (2B).

SOFTBALLPrairie 13-10,Kendrick 10-20

KENDRICK — The Kendrick softball team bounced back with a 20-10 win after falling 13-10 in the first half of a Whitepine League doubleheader against Prairie.

Madison Shears of Prairie had a double, a home run and five RBI in the initial game, while Hailey Taylor had seven hits (two doubles) over both contests for the Tigers (10-2, 8-2).

“The girls are hitting well at times this season but not really when we expect it,” Kendrick coach Morgan LeBlanc said. “We knew (Prairie’s) defense was pretty solid, but we made quite a few errors and the Prairie girls made plays. Our outfielders are struggling to pick up fly balls right now and we’ll need to work on keeping runners where they are.”


Prairie 043 303 x—13 10 2

Kendrick 023 022 1—10 17 5

Key and Remacle. Hailey Taylor, Erin Morgan (3) and Kenadie Kirk.

Prairie hits — Shears 2 (2B, HR), Enneking 4 (2B), Key 2, Uhlenkott (2B), Farr.

Kendrick hits — Hannah Tweit, Harley Heimgartner (2B), Mikayla Beyers, Kirk 3, Taylor Boyer 2, Morgan, Morgan Silflow (3B), Emily Proctor 2, Hailey Taylor 5 (2B).


Prairie 035 011—10 7 1

Kendrick 522 506—20 19 3

Schlader, Key (3) and Remacle. Boyer, Heimgartner (3), Taylor (5).

Prairie hits — Martin (2B), Schlader, Shears, Enneking, Key (2B), Remacle (2B), Uhlenkott.

Kendrick hits — Tweit 3 (2B), Heimgartner, Beyers 3, Kirk (2B), Boyer (2B), Morgan 2, Morgan Silflow 3 (2B, 3B), Proctor 3 (HR), Taylor 2 (2B).

GOLFBears’ Brown second

COEUR D’ALENE — Bryden Brown of Moscow placed first while Jack Seilby of Lewiston finished second at the Lake City Invitational at Coeur d’Alene Golf Club.

The Bengals boys’ team fell shy of a team win to Coeur d’Alene, placing second with a score of 324 while the Bears took fifth.

Jack Seibly led Lewiston with a 78.

Team scores — 1. Coeur d’Alene 320, 2. Lewiston 324, 3. Post Falls 337, 4. Sandpoint 350, 5. Moscow 369, 6. Lake City 370, 7. Lakeland 385.

Lewiston scores — Jack Seibly 78, Carson King 80, Justin Saldvick 82, Christian Lybyer 84.

Moscow scores — Bryden Brown 67, Ben Mack 81, Isaac Harmon 107, Matt Veder 114.

Greeny wins first place

SPOKANE — Junior Lauren Greeny of Pullman took home a first-place finish with a score of 77 in an eight-team 2A Greater Spokane League girls’ match at the Esmeralda Golf Course.

Pullman freshman Ryliann Bednar finished in third as Pullman placed first as a team.

“I thought we had a really nice team effort today,” Pullman coach John Willy said. “The team did a great job of improving in a week of practices and it paid off today. Gray Peschel had a huge improvement from last week. I was also happy to see Ryliann Bednar breaking 100 as a freshman this early in the season. Lauren was great again this week, and still has room to go even lower.”

Team scores — 1. Pullman 373; 2. Shadle Park 405; 3. Othello 445; 4. West Valley 474; 5. Clarkston 487; 6. East Valley 515; 7. Rogers N/A; 8. North Central N/A.

Pullman scores — Lauren Greeny, 77; Ryliann Bednar, 92; Matiline Rink, 100; Gray Peschel 104; Allison Lenssen, 117; Alexis Hendrickson, 130.

Clarkston scores — Teirney McKarcher, 104; Eloise Teasley, 123; Sammy Hudgins, 128; Ava Mendoza, 132; Gracie Wessels, 119.

AWARDSSeveral takehall of fame nods

COEUR D’ALENE — Several area athletes were honored at the North Idaho Athletic Hall of Fame banquet Saturday at Coeur d’Alene Resort.

Moscow’s Jonah Elliss, who is now enrolled at the University of Utah, graduated early over winter break and won the award for fall sports in 4A-5A football classifications.

Grangeville’s Caleb Frei, who was tabbed Player of the Year and Defensive Most Valuable Player in the Central Idaho League, won the award for football in 1A through 3A schools.

Hagadone High Character Awards for both male and female athletes were also announced.



3A-1A — Morgan Blazzard, Troy.


Helen Schumaker, Moscow.


3A-1A — Caleb Frei, Grangeville.

5A-4A — Jonah Elliss, Moscow.


3A-1A— Titus Yearout, Lapwai.


3A-1A — Gabe Prather, Potlatch.


Zachary Eastman, Lapwai.



Isabel Burns, Moscow; Hannah Tweit, Kendrick; Emiley Proctor, Deary; Isabelle Raasch, Troy.


Barrett Abendroth, Moscow; London Kirk, Deary; Elijah Phillis, Troy.

COLLEGESUI’s Walker,WSU’s Zucchetto honored

Idaho linebacker Tre Walker has been named a finalist for the Stats Perform Buck Buchanan Award as the FCS national defensive player of the year, the school announced Monday. He led the Vandals and the Big Sky Conference with 13.5 tackles a game.

Also, Washington State goalkeeper Marissa Zucchetto nabbed the Pac-12 Goalkeeper of the Week award. She tallied 13 saves in a double-overtime scoreless draw with Washington.

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