Pankoke, Meek earn spots on All-IML volleyball team

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  • (Photo by ERIC PLUMMER) Junior libero Maggee Pankoke was one of two Spartans named to the All-IML volleyball team.

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    (Photo by JASON DUCHOW PHOTOGRAPHY) Senior Evan Barnes and the Spartan boys soccer team will hold their team banquet on Monday at 6:30 p.m. in the PRLHS cafeteria.

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    (Courtesy photo) State medalists Cameron Parkes, right, and Caleb Gleason were both named to the District 1 cross country team.

  • (Photo by ERIC PLUMMER) Junior libero Maggee Pankoke was one of two Spartans named to the All-IML volleyball team.

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    (Photo by JASON DUCHOW PHOTOGRAPHY) Senior Evan Barnes and the Spartan boys soccer team will hold their team banquet on Monday at 6:30 p.m. in the PRLHS cafeteria.

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    (Courtesy photo) State medalists Cameron Parkes, right, and Caleb Gleason were both named to the District 1 cross country team.

PRIEST RIVER — Junior libero Maggee Pankoke and junior setter Harlee Meek were named to the All-Intermountain League volleyball team, as voted on recently by the league’s coaches.

Pankoke was excellent on serve receive and keeping balls alive with hustle on the back line defensively, while Meek set the attack for the Spartans.

2018 ALL-INTERMOUNTAIN LEAGUE VOLLEYBALL TEAM

Kenzie Dean, sr., Timberlake (MVP); Megan MacKinney, jr., Coeur d’Alene Charter; McKeeley Tonkin, sr., Timberlake; Jaron Figueroa, jr., Kellogg; Harlee Meek, jr., Priest River; Maggee Pankoke, jr., Priest River; Cierra Brandt, jr., Kellogg; Hannah Burt, sr., Coeur d’Alene Charter; Brooke Jessen, so., Timberlake; Ashlyn Mallet, sr., Timberlake; Victoria Rae, jr., Bonners Ferry.

n Parkes, Gleason earn XC honors

Seniors Cameron Parkes and Caleb Gleason were each named to the District 1 boys cross country team, picked according to the 12 fastest times in the district, regardless of classification.

The duo both earned state medals.

DISTRICT 1 BOYS CROSS COUNTRY TEAM

Runner of the Year — Chad Humphreys, Coeur D’Alene, 12.

Dirty Dozen — Nikolai Braedt, Sandpoint, 10; Jett Lucas, Sandpoint, 10; Ephriam Weisz, Sandpoint, 12; Cameron Parkes, Priest River Lamanna, 12; Carter Gordon, Lake City, 11; Kieran Wilder, Sandpoint, 12; Brady Nelsen, Sandpoint, 11; Seth Graham, Sandpoint, 11; Caleb Gleason, Priest River Lamanna, 12; Hunter Smith, Bonners Ferry, 11; Logan Davis, Coeur d’Alene Charter, 9; Logan Hunt, Timberlake, 11.

n Week 9 of 33 Lucky Ladies

Wednesday at OK Lanes

1 — Pooch Parlor’s Golden Girls 28-8

2 — Morning Glories 22-14

3 — Ballsy Broads 21.5-10.5

4 — No Pins Left Behind 17.5-18.5

5 — Sparklers 14-22

High scratch game: Sharon Clark, 200.

High scratch series: Patricia Sheilds, 576.

High handicap game: Shields, 272.

High handicap series: Clark, 702.

Splits: Liz Pope 3-10, Pat Shields 3-5-10, Karen Batsch 5-6, Claudia McKinney 2-7, 3-10.

n Wednesday Night Looper Bowling League

Team Win Loss

Pin Ups 115.5 94.5

Woodwise 108.5 101.5

Club Rio 101 109

Diamond Lake Deli 99.5 94.5

Les Schwab 97 89

McCroskey Defense 70.5 123.5

High scratch game: Karen Batsch, 199.

High handicap game: Karen Batsch, 255.

High scratch series: Thomas White, 522.

High handicap series: Ceaanna Auld, 675.

n Friday Night Leftovers Bowling League

1 — East River Plumbing 26 10

2 — Timber Room 20 16

3 — Pooch Parlor 20 16

4 — EZRIDR 19 17

5 — Team No. 9 16 20

High scratch game men: Jim Hudson, 237.

High scratch series men: Hudson, 672.

High scratch game women: Jennifer Hudson, 203.

High scratch series women: Sharon Reed, 576.

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