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APRIL 22, 2010

Maniacs bash Kamiah

   Orofino bashed Kamiah 24-0 April 15. Michael Welch threw three innings of perfect ball and Orofino capitalized on 16 walks and four hit batters in   the game.

   Welch struck out six in his three innings before giving way to Adam Wilson, who gave up Kamiah's only hit, a fourth-inning single by Mike Eades. He was thrown out stealing.

   Ethan Gilliam hit a two-run homer and a double for the Maniacs (13-3), who played errorless ball.

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Michael Welch, Adam Wilson (4) and Jason Thompson. Trevor Knight, Mike Eades (1), Seth Oatman (4), Deuyn Garcia (4) and Denny Millward, Larue (3).

Orofino hits - Welch (3B), Rickey Breeden, Ethan Gillaim 2 (2B, HR), Trevor Bansemer, Zac Carter.

Kamiah hits – Eades.

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Maniacs trounce Colton

   Scoring eight-runs in the second inning, Orofino trounced Colton 11-1, invoking the 10-run rule in a nonleague game April 13.

   Seth Melton went the distance, striking out five and giving up just one run - which was unearned.

   "Our hitting found the holes today," Orofino coach Bo Cummings said. "I thought it was a strong performance. We really threw around the leather defensively."

   Ethan Gilliam led Orofino at the plate, going 4-for-4 with three RBI, while Ricky Breeden had two RBI.

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Holdan Druffel, Chase Druffel (3) and Nate Jacobs. Seth Melton and Jason Thompson.

Colton hits - Josh Straughan, Nate Jacobs 2.

Orofino hits - Seth Melton, Michael Welch, Ricky Breeden (2B), Ethan Gilliam 4, Nick Pomponio 2, Jason Thompson 

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Big inning propels Orofino past Grangeville

   A seven-run third inning propelled Orofino to a 10-1 mercy rule win over Grangeville in a nonleague baseball game April 16.

   Ricky Breeden threw seven strikeouts in five innings of work to record a shutout win.

   "We were very businesslike today," Orofino coach Bo Cummings said. "Grangeville is always a thorn in our side. They may be a bit young this year, but they can still compete."

   Trevor Bansemer went 2-for-2 with three RBI to lead the Maniacs offensively and Seth Melton was 2-for-3 with two RBI.

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Tate Stowers, Isiah Hartman (3), Ben Scloske (4), Tanner Key (4) and Sam Solberg. Ricky Breeden and Jason Thompson.

Grangeville hits - Sch, Harman, Key (2B), Patrick Adler, Cody McHargue.

Orofino hits - Seth Melton 2 (2) Ethan Gilliam 2 (2B), Nick Pomponio, Trevor Bansemer 2.

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Genesee defeats Lady Spartans

   Genesee defeated Timberline 31 – 1, scoring 11 runs in each of the first two innings in a five-inning Whitepine League softball game April 15.

   Jamie Jenkins, a freshman, drove in three runs for the Bulldogs (5-1, 5-0), who got at least one hit from every girl who batted.

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Jess Gangawer, Chrissy West (2) and Frances Michels, Danielle Hope (4). Brooke Dahmen, Kaytee Lindquist (3) and Erin Ghigleri, Amanda Meeks (4).

Timberline hits - Widener.

Genesee hits - Kendall Kelnhofer 2, Michelle Brown 2 (2B), Ashleigh Masters, Lacey Funke, Dahmen 2, Ghigleri 3, Jamie Jenkins, Joelle Ghigleri 2, Karli Bennett 2 (2B), Tallah Revord, Meeks 2, Rachek Krick, Teresa Carlson.

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Prairie tops Lady Spartans

   Prairie topped Timberline 17-0 April 13, in a makeup game from a previous rain delay.

   Frances Claffey made the Lady Spartans’ lone hit for the night.

   Playing their first game in over two weeks, the Pirates, defending 1A state champs, used five hits, six walks and four Timberline errors to put up 11 runs in the first two innings.

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Jess Gangewer and Frances Michels. Sammi Frei and Haleigh Schmidt.

Timberline hits - Frances Claffey.

Prairie hits - Megan Sigler (2B), Schmidt, Hilaree Vanderpas, Alena Hoene, Sheri Schumacher, Frei (2B), Savanah Prigge, Tanna Schlader.

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Timberline loses doubleheader to Kendrick

   Timberline lost both games of a doubleheader against Kendrick April 13. The Tigers defeated the Spartans 14-7 and 8-1 in the nonleague matchup.

   The second game was called off in the fifth because of darkness.

   No box scores were available.

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Local track bests

   Here are the top reported outdoor marks this season for local prep track and field athletes. Hand times are rounded up to the nearest tenth of a second. Where tenths were unreported, times have been rounded up to the nearest second.

Girls

   Pole vault - Monique Stamper, Oro, 10-0. Brielle Hocking, Pom, 8-9. Lexie Adams, Gra, 8-6. Jamie Gates, Lew, 8-6. Anne Eimers, Gra, 8-0. Meshel Rad, Gra, 8-0.

   Long jump - Anna Guo, Pul, 17-9. Chelsea Lundgren, Lew, 16-103/4. Danica Case, Troy, 16-21/2. Taylor Hewett, Cul, 16-1. Makayla Schaeffer, Pra, 15-5. Katie Nemeth, Oro, 15-31/2.

   Triple jump - Anna Guo, Pul, 36-41/4. Chelsea Lundgren, Lew, 34-61/4. Danica Case, Troy, 34-5.

Boys

   800 - Nic Carey, Clk, 2:05.32. Blake Warner, Ken, 2:06.1. Andrew Waltermire, Lew, 2:06.4. Aaron Davis, Mos, 2:07.7. Austin Blain, Tim, 2:07.8. Mark Rutherford, Pul, 2:07.8.

   1600 - Ian Engerbretson, Log, 4:41.2. Brock Heath, Pra, 4:47.0. Aaron Davis, Mos, 4:48.1. Austin Blain, Tim, 4:49.8. Eugene Heavy Runner, CV, 4:54.3. Zac Dwyer, Clk, 4:58.3.

   3200 - Austin Blain, Tim, 10:17.7. Brock Heath, Pra, 10:30.18. Adam Storey, Mos, 10:32.76. Ben Hieronymus, Log, 10:42.0. Jonathan Miles, Tim, 10:49.31. Forrest Dickison, Log, 10:49.62.

   800 relay - Lewiston 1:34.6. Grangeville 1:35.5. Moscow 1:36.3. Kamiah 1:36.8. Orofino 1:38.1. Lapwai 1:38.4.

   Medley relay - Timberline 3:53.81. Grangeville 3:55.0. Orofino 3:55.38. Moscow 3:57.7. Kamiah 3:57.87. Timberline 3:59.3.

   Pole vault - Ben Fitzsimmons, Lew, 13-6. Matt Morris, Mos, 12-3. Jonathan Paul, CV, 12-0. Steven Elsbury, Oro, 11-6. Tucker Medel, Kam, 11-6. Jacob Lloyd, Kam, 11-3.

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Timberline’s Blain multi-event winner

   Austin Blain of Timberline was one of two multi-event winners at the Kamiah Invitational track meet April 13, posting wins in the 800 (2:07.8) and the 3200 (10:10.78).

   Logos' Bekah Ryan won the 100 (13.6), 200 (28.66) and 400 (102.6), leading the Knights to a runner-up finish in the team standings.

   Kamiah's boys and Lewiston's girls won the 12-team meet. Orofino girls finished fifth with 55 points. Timberline girls scored 25 for a ninth place finish.

   For the boys, Timberline finished third with 60 points, while Orofino finished sixth with 47.

Girls

Team scores - Lewiston 137.5, Logos 128.5, Kamiah 111, Prairie 73, Orofino 55, Lapwai 45, Moscow 34, Highland 26, Timberline 25, Clearwater Valley 14, Salmon River 5, Nezperce 1.

100 - 1, Bekah Ryan, Logos, 13.6; 2, Madison Scumaker, Logos, 13.6; 3, Monique Stamper, Oro, 14.1; 4, Ashley Burke, Lew, 14.2.

400 - 1, Bekah Ryan, Log, 1:02.6; 2, Madison Schumaker, Logos, 1:04.2; 3, Lydia Ryan, Logos, 1:05.6; 4, Morgan Newcome,Tim, 1:09

800 - 1, Lizzy Ryan, Logos, 2:31.70; 2, Heather Wilson, Logos, 2:31.8; 3, Aspen Jared, Tim, 2:39.6; 4, Sarah Willis, Kam, 2:39.6.

800 relay - 1, Prairie, 1:56.8; 2, Kamiah 1:58.0; 3, Orofino, 2:10.8.

800 medley - 1, Kamiah, 2:05.8; 2, Logos, 2:07.9; 3, Orofino, 2:11.69; 4, Salmon River, 2:11.95

Long jump - 1, Katie Nemeth, Oro, 15-03.50; 2, Mayayla Schaeffer, Pra, 14-10.50; 3, Bailey Watson, Lew, 14-07.50; 4, Lydia Ryan, Logos, 14-03.50.

Triple jump - 1, Bailey Watson, Lew, 31-10.50; 2, Katie Nemeth, Oro, 31-03; 3, Katherine Samuels, Lap, 30-10.; 4, Bailey Nygaard, Kam, 30-00.

Pole vault - 1, Monique Stamper, Oro, 8-00; 2, Taylor Prine, Lew, 7-00.

Boys

Team scores - Kamiah 159, Lewiston 125, Timberline 60, Prairie 49, Lapwai 47.5, Orofino 47, Highland 40, Clearwater Valley 39, Logos 39, Nezperce 32, Salmon River 25, Moscow 22.5.

400 - 1, Jace Whitney, Lew, 53.9; 2, Paul Raymond, Kam, 54.41; 3, Kendrick Jared, Tim, 55.41; 4, Ray Mosman, NP, 55.49.

800 - 1, Austin Blain, Tim, 2:07.8; 2, Brock Heath, Pra, 2:11.1; 3, Eric Klobetans, SR, 2:12.1; 4, Eben Lane, Kam, 2:13.8.

1600 - 1, Ian Engerbretson, Logos, 4:48.2; 2, Eugene Heavy Runnr, CV, 4:54.3; 3, Brock Heath, Pra, 5:02.0; 4, Jonathan Miles, Tim, 5:10.6.

3200 - 1, Austin Blain, Tim, 10:10.78; 2, Brock Heath, Pra, 10:30.18; 3, Jonathan Miles, Tim, 10:49.31; 4, Forrest Dickison, Logos, 10:49.62.

110 hurdles - 1, Kit Behler, High, 17.0; 2, Jack Nygaard, Kam, 17.1; 3, Jeff Olson, NP, 19.4; 4, Tyler Meeks, Oro, 21.

400 relay - 1, Kamiah, 47.06; 2, Orofino, 47.23; 3, Lapwai, 47.48; 4, Lewiston, 48.11.

800 relay - 1, Kamiah, 1:38.2; 2, Lapwai, 1:39.0; 3, Orofino, 1:39.4; 4, Clearwater Valley, 1:40.9.

1600 relay - 1, Kamiah, 3:36.31; 2, Orofino, 3:51.44; 3, Lewiston, 3:57.71; 4, Moscow, 4:06.15.

1600 medley - 1, Timberline, 3:53.81; 2, Orofino, 3:55.38; 3, Kamiah, 3:57.87; 4, Logos, 4:11.37.

Long jump - 1, Dustin Rinker, SR, 18-06.00; 2, Ian Engerbretson, Logos, 17-09; 3, Paul Raymond, Kam, 17-07.50; 4, Kendrick Jared, Tim, 17-07.

Triple jump - 1, Tyler Brackett, Lew, 38-04.5; 2, Brad Kinzer, Lew, 37-10.5; 3, John Skinner, Lap, 37-00.5. 4, Kendrick Jared, Tim, 37-00.5.

Pole vault - 1, Jonathan Paul, CV, 12-00; 2, Steven Elsbury, Oro, 11-6; 3, Tucker Medal, Kam, 11-6; 4, Jake Squires, CV, 10-6.     

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Lewiston takes Orofino golf event

   Lewiston's boys won the team portion of the Orofino Invitational at Kayler's Bend, leading the five-team field with a score of 168. Orofino’s team score was 211. Dusty Kellar led the Orofino individual scores with 50.

   BOYS: Medalist - Will McDonough, Moscow, 38

   Team scores - Lewiston 168, Lewiston JV 173, Kendrick 179, Moscow 185, Orofino 211.

   Lewiston 1 individuals - Dusty Myklebust 41, Korey Kennedy 41, Bryce Krall 44, Brandon Atchley 42.

   Lewiston 2 individuals - Camron Strickin 41, Cody Schumacher 43, Tyler 44, Kasey Kennedy 45.

   Kendrick individuals - Austin Hall 39, Tyler Burke 44, Brandon Eggers 45, Chet Christopher 51

   Moscow individuals - Kevin Peterson 47, Brandon McGurkin 48, Shawn Barber 52, Bo Olmstead 54.

   Orofino individuals - Dusty Kellar 50, Chris Tallmadge 51, Chandler Lytle 54, Justin Smith 56.

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