Stags boys first, girls second at Can-Am Invite
Deer Park had four top-10 finishers and the Stags claimed the boys title at the Can-Am Invitational cross country meet Saturday in Kettle Falls.
Kody Turner was Deer Park’s top finisher. Turner finished fourth, covering the 5,000-meter course in 16 minutes, 37 seconds. DP’s Ammon Hall was sixth (16:54), Brady Bollum was seventh (17:06) and Tanner Bollum was 10th (17:28).
Colville’s Kevin Carpenter was the individual champion in 16:22. West Valley’s Skylar Ovnicek was second in 16:28.
The West Valley boys team took second place, followed by Colville, Republic and Coeur d’Alene Charter.
Freeman topped Deer Park for the girls title. The Scotties were led by Tati Foster (fourth; 20:26) and Alyssa Zimmerman (fifth; 20:34).
Oroville’s Sierra Speiker won in 18:11 and West Valley’s McCall Skay was second in 18:34.
Deer Park’s top finisher, Karri Gallant, was seventh in 20:41.
• Lake City’s Kyler Little posted the best time among all four boys races at the Bob Weisel Invitational in Moscow.
Little, a junior, covered the 5,000-meter course in 18:04, beating teammate Jake Finney by 20 seconds.
Moscow’s Jerry Cook won the senior’s race in 18:48. The freshman champion was Lewiston’s Austin Byrer (18:44) and Lake City’s Zack Holbrook won the sophomore race in 19:46.
Lewiston’s Shevaun Ames won the girls senior race in 21:41. She was 11 seconds faster than the freshman champion, Moscow’s Katherine Ruck.
• Northwest Christian’s Alex Wallat and Jack Ammon finished second and third, respectively, and the Crusaders boys took fourth place at the Pasco Invitational in Pasco.
Wallat covered the 5,000-meter course in 16:48.9 and Ammon, a freshman, finished in 16:53.6.
The University girls took fourth place. The Titans were led by Elizabeth Smith, who finished fifth in 20:05.2.
Coeur d’Alene 0, Lake City 0: The Vikings’ Garrett Boyce and the Timberwolves’ Tanner Horton both kept clean sheets as Coeur d’Alene and Lake City played to a scoreless draw in an Inland Empire League 5A match in Coeur d’Alene.
Bonners Ferry 5, St. Maries 1: The Badgers were buoyed by Jake Tremble’s hat trick in an Intermountain League win over the host Lumberjacks. Tremble scored twice in the first half and once in the second. Tremble also had the assists on Jesus Mendez’s first-half goal and Victor Mendez’s score in the second.
Coeur d’Alene Charter 5, Bonners Ferry 0: Abby Bartlett scored twice as the Panthers won the Intermountain League title with a shutout of the visiting Badgers. Brooklyn Cunnningham and Katie Baxter also scored for CDA Charter, which also benefited from an own goal.