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Roundup: Unbeaten CV shows off youth


Central Valley’s wrestling team is getting closer to full strength with the return of injured veterans, first-year coach Doug Pecha said.

Still, the Bears were short-handed Wednesday in their Greater Spokane League match with Ferris when others sat out. It didn’t seem to matter.

CV (6-0) remained unbeaten with a 51-21 triumph that showcased a couple of returnees and promising youngsters.

“We were missing four guys but had some new guys who are becoming eligible and in the lineup,” Pecha said.

One of them, senior 171-pounder Nick Beeler, pinned Jenya Nicks in just his third match in an injury-plagued season for a 30-15 lead that swung the momentum back CV’s way.

Senior 215-pounder Jared Boucher joined the lineup and pulled out a 4-3 win over Saxons sophomore Drew Sharkey.

The Bears also got strong efforts from five sophomores and a freshman. Cody Spillane beat a senior at 135, and fellow sophomore Dan Schoultz rolled off his back for a pin at 285 as the first period expired in the third-from-last contest.

Another sophomore, Kolten Cole, trailed veteran Russell Stinson 12-11 at 189 with one-half minute left before injury defaulting.

In other matches: Shadle Park (4-2) won at Rogers (2-4) 46-21. State placer Darren Bunke had a takedown and near fall in the final 30 seconds at 140 for an 8-5 win over Mike Sundheim and Luke Miller (189) had a takedown with 20 seconds left to win 6-4. …Mead (4-3) beat visiting Gonzaga Prep (0-7) 60-15 with eight pins. … Host East Valley (2-4) accepted four forfeits during a 60-7 win over Lewis and Clark (1-6)

Great Northern League: In the night’s last match, Luke Konzal pinned Cody Parker halfway through the first round to give West Valley (2-1) a 34-33 victory at Medical Lake (1-3). Each team won seven matches. The Eagles finished with four pins worth six points each, while the Cardinals had three pins and a five-point technical fall. … Deer Park (4-0) beat Clarkston (2-2) 65-4 at home. Dylan Miller at 152 won 7-2 over Brock Bueller in a matchup of unbeatens.

Girls basketball

Hannah Love scored 21 points and Shaniqua Nilles added 13 points and 10 rebounds to power the West Valley Eagles (8-0) to a 65-25 nonleague win over the visiting Lakeland Hawks (5-9).

Boys basketball

Cooper Simpson netted 16 points and Brian Cronnelly and Derek Tymesen each scored 11 to propel the Timberlake Tigers (6-6) to a 47-36 nonleague win over the visiting Wallace Miners (3-6) at Spirit Lake. … The Timberlake JV beat Project Coeur d’Alene (1-5) 58-47 despite 25 points and nine rebounds from Jake Wilson.


Lana Norman won the vault and topped the field in all-around to lead Shadle Park to a victory in a five-way meet at Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls).

Shadle easily outdistanced runner-up Mt. Spokane 154.95-146.2. Lakeside (141.75) was third.

North Central’s Christy Grorud was first in uneven bars and balance beam, while Mt. Spokane’s Courtney Bray won the floor exercise.

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