HIGH SCHOOLS: Four Panthers no-hit Moscow

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Theo Baiye (2) and Steven Baiye celebrate Theo's late goal against Pullman on Tuesday in prep soccer action at Walker Field in Lewiston. The Bantams erased a halftime deficit to beat the Greyhounds 4-2.

ASOTIN — Four Asotin High pitchers combined for a seven-strikeout no-hitter Tuesday, rising a few enrollment classes to blank Moscow 5-0 in a nonleague baseball game.

Carson Jurries, Devin Fry, Noah Renzelman and Josh Wilkinson comprised the battery that flattened the 4A Bears.

“We like to play bigger schools for tougher competition, and the guys responded,” Panthers coach Jim Holman said. “We turned two double plays. When they did get guys on, our defense was solid.”

Asotin (5-1) walked three, but Holman said he couldn’t recall if a Bears batter had even reached second base.

Wilkinson and Dylan Landrus spearheaded the Panthers’ attack. Wilkinson had two hits — both RBI knocks in the first inning — while Landrus smacked two, including a double.

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Peyton Waters, Cam Vis (4), Brayden Decker (6) and Tristan Wilson. Devin Fry, Noah Renzelman (4), Carson Jurries (5), Josh Wilkinson (7) and Wilkinson, Mason Hurlbert (7).

Moscow hits — none

Asotin hits — Dylan Landrus 2 (2B), Renzelman, Keaton Caldwell, Wilkinson 2, Jurries.

Clarkston 5, WV 4

Clarkston, leading by four runs going into the final inning, weathered a furious West Valley comeback attempt to bounce back from a sweep and scoop up a Great Northern League victory against the visiting Eagles.

After pitching an efficient 6.2 innings — two earned runs but mostly flyouts — Jace Wessels got the game-ending throw-out on a grounder to third to end WV’s rally, which began with a Spencer Shipman homer.

Wessels led the Bantam offense, going 3-for-4 with a double. Fellow hurler Damon Peace had two hits, including his third home run of the year.

“They did the heavy lifting for us,” said Clarkston coach Bruce Bensching, whose team improved to 4-2 overall, 1-1 in league.

“It was a good team effort. We didn’t play very well (in a sweep vs.) Pullman, but the seniors talked it out and we played well today.”

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Hunter Tiffany, Jacob Schmidt (4) and Brian Andrews. Jace Wessels, Damon Peace (7) and Connor Hayes.

WV hits — Spencer Shipman (HR), Dallas Gohl 2, Hunter Paige (2B), Louden Marsalis, Jackson Kaiser, B. Andrews.

Clarkston hits — Wessels 3 (2B), Peace 2 (HR), Josh Eggleston (2B), Dawson Blunt.

Pomeroy 4, Colton 2

POMEROY — Pomeroy knocked off Colton behind the arms of pitchers Jace Gwinn and Danner Maves.

Gwinn racked up 11 strikeouts while giving up two hits. Maves came in during the top of the seventh and finished things up.

“I was really pleased with our pitching performance tonight; they did a great job,” Pomeroy coach Dave Boyer said. “Danner knew what he had to do at the end with the tying run on second, and he did his job.”

Pomeroy improved to 2-1 overall and 1-0 in Southeast 1B League play.

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Reece Chadwick and Parker Druffel. Jace Gwinn, Danner Maves (7) and Danner Maves, Brandon Bales (7).

Colton hits — Kian Ankerson, Luke Vining 2.

Pomeroy hits — Trent Gwinn, Jace Win, Danner Maves, Brandon Bales.

BOYS’ SOCCER

Clarkston 4, Pullman 2

Clarkston rallied from a one-goal halftime deficit to beat Great Northern League foe Pullman at Lewiston’s Walker Field.

The game was staged at Walker because Pullman’s normal playing field was still swamped with water. Pullman was nominally the host.

Nicholas Noland scored the tying and go-ahead goals for the Bantams in the 46th and 78th minutes.

Pullman coach Doug Winchell felt like his team gave up too many corner kicks (11) and that his team “got gassed” in the second half.

Clarkston 1 3—4

Pullman 2 0—2

Pullman — Tingstad (Konkel), 6th

Pullman — Pitzer, 17th

Clarkston — S. Baiye, 37th

Clarkston — Nolan, 46th

Clarkston — Nolan (S. Baiye), 78th

Clarkston — T. Baiye, 81st

Shots — Clarkston 9, Pullman 14

Saves — Clarkston: Italia, 9. Pullman: Patrick, 3.

Asotin teams sweep

The Asotin track and field boys’ and girls’ teams each placed first at a District 7 and 9 small-school track meet at Clarkston.

In the hand-timed meet,the Pomeroy girls placed third and Clarkston fourth, while the Bantam boys finished third in team scores.

Asotin was spearheaded by Chloe Overberg’s 1600 and 3200 victories, and Thomas Martin’s 400-meter and long jump wins.

Pomeroy was especially pleased with its girls’ relay teams, which prevailed at 400 and 800 meters.

GIRLS

Team scores — Asotin 169, Oakesdale 124, Pomeroy 100, Clarkston 96, DeSales 61, NW Christian 29.5, Dayton-Waitsburg 22, Reardan 13, Garfield-Palouse 12, Liberty (Spangle) 9.5, Tekoa-Rosalia 8.

100 — 1, Sydnee Balzer, Asotin, 13.0; 2, Cayley Hooker, Clk., 13.10; 3, Nikki Halbert, Pom, 13.20.

200 — 1, Alyssa Toone, NWC, 28.20; 2, Jessie Reed, Oak., 28.70; 3, Christine Lovingier, Asotin, 29.40.

400 — 1, Amber Jones, Oak, 1:05.60; 2, Katelyn Hassler, DeSales, 1:06.50; 3, Sydney Smith, Pom., 1:06.70.

800 — 1, Emmalyne Jimenez, DeSales, 2:31.00; 2, Carmen Eggleston, Asotin, 2:35.00; 3, Anais Mills, Gar-Pal, 2:41.00.

1600 — 1, Chloe Overberg, Asotin, 5:32.00; 2, Carmen Eggleston, Asotin, 5:35.00; 3, Maia Dykstra, Asotin, 5:37.00.

3200 — 1, Chloe Overberg, Asotin, 12:00.00; 2, Maia Dykstra, Asotin, 12:33.00; 3, Anais Mills, Gar-Pal, 13:54.00.

100 hurdles — 1, Bree Rawls, Oak., 16.30; 2, Cassandra Clovis, Asotin, 17.20; 3, Erika Pickett, Clk., 18.30.

300 hurdles — 1, Bree Rawls, Oak., 50.90; 2, Cassandra Clovis, Asotin, 52.80; 3, Kirsten Miller, Day., 54.60.

400 relay — 1, Pomeroy (Halbert, Wessels, Gingerich, Smith) 53.90; 2, Asotin (Balzer, Heimgartner, Ireland, Lovingier) 54.00; 3, Clarkston (Kaufman, Reed, Milan, Hooker) 55.10.

800 relay — 1, Pomeroy (Halbert, Wessels, Gingerich, Smith) 1:54.40; 2, Asotin (Balzer, Heimgartner, Ireland, Lovingier) 1:55.40; 3, DeSales (Buratto, Buratto, Jimenez, Arceo) 1:57.50.

1600 relay — 1, DeSales (Buratto, Jimenez, Hassler, Arceo) 4:34.00; 2, Oakesdale (Perry, Jones, Dingman, Baljo) 4:44.50. 3, Pomeroy (Gingerich, Steele, Smith, Wessels) 4:45.00.

High jump — 1, Bree Rawls, Oak., 4-10; 2, Erika Pickett, Clk., 4-8; 3, Mackenzie Stein, Asotin, 4-8.

Pole vault — 1, Adrienne Washington, Asotin, 7-6; 2, Alex Bremer, Pom., 7-0; 3, Shelby Forgey, Asotin, 6-6.

Long jump — 1, Jessie Reed, Oak., 15-4˝; 2, LouEllen Reed, Oak., 14-7; 3, Abigail Reed, Clk., 14-5.

Triple jump — 1, Bree Rawls, Oak., 34-4˝; 2, Teagan Steele, Pom., 31-1; 3, Lesley Arceo, DeSales, 30-11.

Shot put — 1, Eva Millan, Clk., 33-8; 2, Emily Leighton, Tek-Ros., 33-5; 3, Erika Pickett, Clk., 32-6.

Discus — 1, Destany Herbert, Pom., 109-11.˝; 2, Marielena Ronquillo, Clk., 98-3˝; 3, Taylor Wilkinson, Asotin, 93-9.

Javelin — 1, Aliya Rutledge, Oak., 101-2˝; 2, Eva Millan, Clk., 93-06; 3, Marielena Ronquillo, Clk., 93-5˝.

BOYS

Asotin 126.83; Liberty (Spangle) 111.83, Clarkston 90.83, NW Christian 62, Reardan 61, Tekoa-Rosalia 51.5, DeSales 39.5, Pomeroy 39.5, Oakesdale 27, Dayton-Waitsburg 9, Garfield-Palouse 1.

100 — T1, Carson Fisk, Lib., 11.60; T1, Edward Berglund, Clk., 11.60; 3, Austen Hubbard, Lib., 11.90.

200 — 1, Carson Fisk, Lib., 23.35; 2, Nathan Perreiah, NWC, 24.40; 3, Jayden Musgrove, Clk., 24.50.

400 — 1, Thomas Martin, Asotin, 52.60; 2, Noah Goeckner, Asotin, 54.60; 3, Darius Carrozzo, NWC, 55.90.

800 — 1, Mason Nicholas, Asotin, 2:07.00; 2, Austen Hubbard, Lib., 2:13.00; 3, Mick Brown, Clk., 2:14.00.

1600 — 1, Gavin Merritt, Tek-Ros., 4:37.00; 2, Mason Nicholas, Asotin, 4:53.00; 3, Isaac Leighton, Tek-Ros., 5:00.00.

3200 — 1, Gavin Merritt, Tek-Ros., 10:01.00; 2, Hobbs Tieu, Asotin, 11:06.00; 3, Isaac Leighton, Tek-Ros., 11:07.00.

110 hurdles — 1, Will Lane, NWC, 41.90; 2, Tyler Sprecher, Rea., 16.60; 3, William Frye, Asotin, 17.70.

300 hurdles — 1, Will Lane, NWC, 41.90; 2, Tyler Sprecher, Rea., 44.80; 3, Ben Bonin, Clk., 47.40.

400 relay — 1, Clarkston (Berglund, Musgrove, Hall, Robbins) 46.30; 2, Liberty (Fisk, Hubbard, Foland, King) 47.40; 3, Asotin (Weissenfels, Warwick, Benner, Frye) 48.20.

1600 relay — 1, Asotin (Goeckner, Goeckner, Nicholas, Hurst) 3:46.90; 2, NW Christian (Lane, Perreiah, Carrozzo, Johnson) 3:49.20; 3, DeSales (Fruci, Bingham, Jones, Scheel) 4:03.70.

High jump — 1, Jacob Himes, Oak., 5-8; 2, Cole Peterson, Tek-Ros., 5-6; 3, Carson Tee, Lib., 5-4.

Pole vault — T1, Colton Slaybaugh, Pom., 11-6; T1, Logan Ledgerwood, Pom., 11-6; 3, Devon Knuteson, Pom., 9.

Long jump — 1, Thomas Martin, Asotin, 19-10˝; 2, Jayden Musgrove, Clk., 18-4; 3, James Brume, Clk., 18-˝.

Triple jump — 1, Cameron Hovden, Clk., 37-3˝; 2, Noah Landt, Rea., 35-10; 3, Tim Scheel, DeSales, 35-1.

Shot put — 1, Keaton Carolus-Knutson, NWC, 38-8; 2, Charlie Harrington, Lib., 37-9; 3, Cole Prince, Lib., 36-7˝.

Discus — 1, Tyler Sprecher, Rea., 122-11˝; 2, Ozius Harden, Rea., 120-6˝; 3, Brandon Castillo, DeSales, 98.

Javelin — 1, Ozius Harden, Rea., 141-˝; 2, Logan Bailey, Lib., 122-8˝; 3, Logan Kettner, Lib., 119-3˝.

SOFTBALLC

larkston 5, Ferris 4

The Clarkston girls’ softball team beat nonleague foe Ferris at Lincoln Middle School behind timely help from Cassidy Arnott.

Arnott came up from the JV on Tuesday to help preserve her team’s lead with a standup triple in the sixth — and that eventually proved the final difference in Clarkston’s win.

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C. Miller and M. Caverly. J. Carringer, E. Bann (6) and H. Murphy.

Ferris hits — C. Miller HR, A. Carpenter 2 (2B), H. Caldelva, L. Hao 2.

Clarkston hits — T. Ahhi, M. Hill 2, H. Murphy, C. Arnott (3B).

NWC 10-14, Asotin 0-0

ASOTIN — Asotin had no answer for Northwest Christian pitcher Allison Shader, as it fell to the Crusaders in a doubleheader at home.

Shader pitched two shutouts, and struck out 11 in the first game.

“She’s a pretty hard thrower and we tried game planning for her” Asotin coach Corey Mullins said. “We just failed to make the adjustments that we needed to make.”

Jordyn Nielson and Kaylee Brown struggled on the mound but pitched the entire game, something Mullins thinks will improve their play throughout the season.

“They both gave up a lot of runs, but that’s just a learning experience,” Mullins said. “It’s only going to make them better once it comes to the post season.”

Asotin fell to 3-3.

FIRST GAME

Northwest Christian 170 20—10 7 0

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Allison Shader and Ameree Tibbetts. Jordyn Nielson and Macey Mullens.

Northwest Christian hits — Faith Iverson, Allison Shader 2, McKenzie Nielson (2B), Sydney Brampton 2, Ely Sander.

Asotin hits — Kenzie Miller 2, Emily Elskamp (2B).

SECOND GAME

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Alison Shader and Ameree Tibbetts. Kaylee Brown and Macey Mullens, McKenzie Adler-Nowog (3).

Northwest Christian hits — Jordyn Rabe (3B), Amree Tibetts, Jessica Lonell (2B), Alyson Shader 4 (2B), Sydney Brampton, Ely Sander 3, Kara Tarey 2, Khloe Rainbow.

Asotin hits — Kaylee Brown.

Pomeroy 9, Colton 2

POMEROY — Pomeroy got the bats swinging in the sixth inning to defeat Southeast 1B League rival Colton.

The Pirates tallied 11 hits, with three Panthers notching two each: Alyssa Wolf, Emma Severs and Avery Rukert.

Pomeroy coach Jessica Nilson praised Rukert’s performance in crunch time.

“Avery got the rally started; we were tied before she hit her double,” she said.

Pomeroy improved to 2-0 overall and 1-0 in league play.

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J. Schultheis and A. Kelly. H. Hytvelt and H. Lindvern.

Colton hits — R Vining, Jordyn Moehrle, A. Kelly, J. Schultheis.

Pomeroy hits — A. Wolf 2 (3B), H. Lindgren, H. Hytvelt 2, K. Mazes, E. Severes 2, K. Davis, A. Ruchert 2 (2B).

Othello 18, Pullman 6

PULLMAN — The Pullman Greyhounds fell to Othello to extend their losing streak to five.

Pullman committed seven errors and gave up 15 hits. Five of the eight hitters for Othello managed to get either a double or triple.

Pullman drops to 0-5 overall.

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Valdez, Vasques, Guzman and E. Garza. Kallaher, Talbot (2) and Haugen.

Othello hits — Garza 2 (2B), Valdez 2 (2B), E. Garza 2 (2B), Sacecela, Marquilia 3 (2B), A. Garza 2 (3B), Vendezco, Vazques 2.

Pullman hits — Purcell 2, Haugen, Talbot.

TENNIS

Clarkston girls 6, WV 1

The Clarkston girls’ tennis team improved to 2-0 on the year by claiming its Great Northern League opener at home over West Valley of Spokane.

“I thought our whole lineup played well,” Clarkston coach Sam Adams said.

Singles — Kerington Tenwick, Clk, def. Ava Raney 7-6(7-4), 6-1. Jenna Allen, Clk, def. Tori Ellis 6-3, 6-0. Chelsea Bresfler, WV, def. Hannah Winter 6-2, 4-6, 10-8. LaRiesha Kunze, Clk, def. Shelby Knapp 6-0, 6-0.

Doubles — Heidi Hansen/Sydney Harrich, Clk, def, Jenna Engeland/Olivia Lord 6-4, 6-0. Shelby Kemp/Alex Grovom, Clk, def. Carly Bale/Gracelyn Davis 6-3, 6-2. Esperanza Ronquillo/Claire Folsom, Clk, def. Rebekah Dedera/Allie McGlothlen 6-2, 6-0.

Clarkston boys 6, WV 1

SPOKANE — The Clarkston boys notched their first league victory of the season, dominating West Valley.

The Bantmas had two three-set matches where Clarkston came back from dropping the first set to claim the victory.

Jack Hedrick won despite losing the first set 6-3. Jason Mai and Colton Dudley came back from a 6-2 loss in the first set.

The Bantams improved to 1-1 overall and 1-0 in Great Northern league play.

Singles — Coleton Tenwick, Clk def. Spencer Jones, 6-3, 6-2; Jack Hedrick Clk, def. Trevor MacArthur, 3-6 6-2 6-2; Derek Goodnow Clk, def. Alemayhu Raskell, 6-1, 6-3; Ben Bunce, clk, def. Rylan Simmons 6-2, 6-2.

Doubles — Jason Mai and Colton Dudley clk, def. Bryson Cevriak and Logan Atkinson, 2-6, 7-5, 6-0; John Livery and David Worthington, WV, def. Austin Roueche and Jaxson Allen, 5-7,6-4, 4-6; Gavin Wickens and Bobby Chapman Clk, def. Lance Stgeen and Christian Mattfield 6-2, 6-2.

Pullman girls 4, EV 3

SPOKANE — The Pullman girls persevered through a triad of three-set matches, winning two to edge Great Northern League foe East Valley in the Hounds’ first league match of the year.

Joy Dang and Elsie Kimani teamed up for the first time to win one of the three-set matches.

“It was very close,” Pulllman coach Dan Vollmer said. “We have been playing a lot of three-set matches.”

Singles — Tiffany Phat (EV) def. Lucy Gao, 6-1, 6-1; Brie Holecek (EV) def. Sophia Guo, 6-2, 6-1; Sophia Guo, 6-2, 6-1; Addison Hawes (Pul) def. Sarah Kroll, 6-3, 6-4; Emma Mickas (Pul) def. Diana Dickamindzaya, 3-6, 6-0, 6-4.

Doubles — Elsie Kimani/Joy Dang (Pul) def. Jazzy McGee/Jessica Ho, 1-6, 6-2, 6-4; Lillie Thompson/Brooke Young (EV) def. Samantha Shaffer/Katie Rolfsmeier, 2-6, 6-4, 6-3; Milena Johnson/Ruby Adkins (Pul) def. Daizy Comango/Shantelle Belcack, 6-2, 6-1.

Pullman boys 7, EV 0

PULLMAN — The Pullman boys dropped just seven games in seven matches to open Great Northern League play with a whitewash of East Valley of Spokane.

The Greyhounds (3-1, 1-0) shut EV out 6-0 in nine of the day’s 14 sets, winning 6-0, 6-0 in three separate matches.

“I am inclined to call this a fairly ideal league debut,” Pullman coach Cody Wendt said.

Singles — Andy He (Pul) def. Julian Gunderson, 6-1, 6-0; Chris Park (Pul) def. Ethan Graham, 6-2, 6-2; Jay Sahaym (Pul) def. RJ McGee, 6-0, 6-0; Om Sahaym (Pul) def. Tate Gregorson, 6-1, 6-0.

Doubles — Tim Watts/Ravi Lin (Pul) def. Ethan Van Cleave/Ben Donohue, 6-0, 6-0; Henry Ward/Sasha Wood (Pul) def. Alex Marley/Kai Denton, 6-0, 6-0; Connor Lee/Ambrose Wang (Pul) def. Dom Corrillo/McKay Larsen, 6-0, 6-1.

Moscow boys prosper

MOSCOW — The Moscow boys compiled five wins during a match against Sandpoint in 4A Inland Empire League action.

The Moscow girls went winless.

Boys’ singles — Derek Wendt (Mos) def. Charlie Johnson, 6-3, 6-1; Peter Goebel (Mos) def. Christian Story, 6-1, 6-3; Mattias Cornwall (Mos) def. Charles England, 6-3, 6-2.

Boys’ doubles — Riley Paine/Benny Kitchel (Mos) def. Declan Plummer/Anton Morau 3-6, 7-6 (7-2), 6-2; Kel Larson/Clayton Hemming (Mos) def. Tabor Dussault/Josh Jessen 7-5, 6-2.

Girls’ singles — Jenny Slavek (Sand) def. Chloe White, 6-3, 6-0; Colleene McBride (Sand) def. Katrine Cornwall, 6-0, 6-0; Emma Unger (Sand) def. Jayden Pope, 6-2, 7-6 (7-5).

Girls’ doubles — Allura Livingston/Tessa Beeman (Sand) def. Chloe Sampson/Nikki Johnson, 6-1, 6-0; Hadley Goodvin/Taryn McBride (Sand) def. Ella Fountain/Emilia Fountain, 6-4,

7-6 (7-4)

Mixed doubles — Ben Postell/Sammy Eng (Mos) def. Carter Johnson/Olivia Ramirez, 6-0, 6-0; Tyler Korn/Denali Terry (Sand) def. Evan Odberg/Madison Belknap, 6-2, 7-5

BASKETBALLS

antana, Kinzer shine

COEUR D’ALENE — Over the weekend, a pair of Lewiston senior basketball players shined during a senior showcase at North Idaho College. Lewiston’s Donaven Santana scored 31 points in a victory for a conglomeration of boys’ athletes from non-Boise schools in Idaho (known as Region) over Boise-area athletes (called Metro) in a 103-102 win Saturday.

The Bengals’ Kendyll Kinzer scored a team-high 12 points in a 68-65 victory for the girls’ Region squad.

BOYS

Metro 26 28 27 21—102

Region 21 36 24 22—103

METRO

Winston Duggan (Twin Falls) 9, Jake Poulton (Columbia) 12, Faust Ystueta (Twin Falls) 9, Amoro Lado (Vallivue) 44, Michael Ure (Ririe) 3, Jake O’Neil (Fruitland) 12, Mitchell Brizee (Twin Falls) 13.

REGION

Kon Ajang (Genesis Prep) 3, Zack Welch (Wallace) 5, Donaven Santana (Lewiston) 31, Gavven Desjarlais (Post Falls) 23, Garrett Hawkes (North Fremont) 4, Jarod Adams (Mountain Home) 16, Gabe Quinnett (Moscow) 12, Kale Edwards (Coeur d’Alene) 9.

GIRLS

Metro 20 14 16 15—65

Region 11 25 11 21—68

METRO

Allie Cannon (Blackfoot) DNP, Darian White (Mountain View) 16, Makenna Baker (Highland) 5, Lexi Mitchell (Middleton) 14, Emma Clark (Melba) 10, Reagan Yamauchi (Soda Springs) 3, Jalen Calender (Caldwell) 4, Shawnee Simpson (Malad) 5, Nyalam Thabach (Borah) 8.

REGION

McKeeley Tonkin (Timberlake) 3, Brooke Stevens (Clark Fork) 2, Kendyll Kinzer (Lewiston) 12, Taylia Stimpson (Minico) 11, Macie Knapp (Sugar-Salem) 5, Dejah Wilson (Lake City) 4, Kelly Horning (Coeur d’Alene) 5, Chevelle Shepherd (Salmon River) 8, Rachel Schroeder (Genesis Prep) 7, Olivia LaCheminant (South Fremont) 2, Bella Murekatete (Genesis Prep) 9.

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