The Central Valley Bears boys breezed to a first-place finish at the Prosser Invitational track and field meet Saturday.
The Bears girls placed second to Hanford.
The Bears boys routed second-place Hanford 148.5-119.5. Shadle Park (31) was eighth and Rogers (12) tied for 11th in the 16-team event.
Hanford topped the CV girls 126.5-104. Shadle (13) tied for 12th and Rogers (12) was 14th.
CV’s boys had first-place finishes from Kevin Stanley (shot put), Joel Chavez (high jump), Ryan Nungester (long jump), Tanner Markham (triple jump) and the 1600 relay team of Damond Justus, Austin Hatten, Natoine Lively and Grayson Sykes.
Ali Alderman and Amber Troyer finished 1-2, respectively, in the pole vault for the CV girls.
•Coeur d’Alene’s boys and Borah’s girls won team titles at the Rasmussen Invitational in CdA.
CdA’s boys beat runner-up Borah 98-86, with Mt. Spokane (72) third. Borah’s girls edged CdA 81.5-79, with Mt. Spokane (74.5) third.
Borah’s AJ Boully won the 110- and 300-meter hurdles and also ran a leg on the winning 4x100 and 4x400 relay teams.
Cheney sprinters won both 100s. Diondre Moore-Young won the boys in 11.16 seconds, while Janessa Day topped the girls in 12.50.
CdA’s Shae Carson won the girls shot put by an inch and the discus by 23 feet, 6 inches.
•Priest River’s boys and girls crushed the competition in the Priest River Invitational.
The boys topped runner-up Bonners Ferry 220.5-94, while the girls cruised past second-place BF 215-122.
Tyler Shaffer went 4 for 4 with two triples and a double and drove in seven runs, while Derek Tymesen allowed two hits, struck out seven and added six RBIs as Timberlake (10-5, 8-2 Intermountain League) posted a 21-1 five-inning mercy-rule win over visiting Kellogg (3-11, 1-8) to complete a doubleheader sweep at Spirit Lake. Kyle Overland and Jake Hess teamed up for six hits and nine RBIs as Timberlake won the opener 13-3 in five innings.
Also in the IML, Priest River (8-8, 4-2) scored eight runs over the final two innings to knock off host Bonners Ferry (3-10, 2-6) 13-5 in the opener and then scored eight runs in the first two innings of the second game en route to a 19-3 romp in five innings.
Jenna Hoffman beat the tag at home on a bases-loaded infield grounder with no outs in the bottom of the seventh to lift Timberlake (8-8, 6-1 IML) over visiting Kellogg (5-5, 4-4) 8-7 for a sweep of a doubleheader at Spirit Lake. Timberlake used a three-run second inning to slip past Kellogg 4-2 in the opener.
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