4A REGION 1 GIRLS BASKETBALL: Happy Hawks again


February 09, 2019 at 5:00 am | By MARK NELKE Sports editor RATHDRUM ‘ This year’s seniors were in the second grade the last time the Lakeland Hawks qualified for the state high school girls basketball ‘

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LOREN BENOIT/Press Lakeland’s Sarah Boyer (2) celebrates next to her teammates after the Hawks defeated Moscow 42-34 for the 4A Region 1 championship Friday night in Rathdrum.

Lakeland’s Izzy Kirk drives with the ball around Moscow defender Isabella Bazzoli in the second half of Friday night’s 4A Region 1 Championship game. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

The lady Hawks celebrate their Region 1 Championship win over Moscow Friday night at Hawk Court. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

Lakeland’s Darby McDevitt hoists the 4A Region 1 Championship trophy next to her teammates after they defeated Moscow 42-34 Friday night at Hawk Court. (LOREN BENOIT/Press)

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Ridgeline’s Emily Spaulding competes in the Region 12 Cross Country Meet on Tuesday at USU. Spaulding finished the 5K race in 7th place with a time of 20:29.1, helping Ridgeline to the team title.

Sky View’s Arianna Steiner competes in the Region 12 Cross Country Meet on Tuesday at USU. Steiner won the 5K race with a time of 18:35.8.

When Arianna Steiner has toed the start line at a Region 12 cross country race this season, the rest of the field has competed for second place.

Tuesday was no different at the region championship meet, which was held at the Steve and Dona Reeder Cross Country Course on the campus of Utah State University. The Sky View senior once again proved to be in a class of her own.

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Third time to the third round: Harris, Hawks pull away from Pearce late

Trejan Bridges had two touchdown receptions Friday in Hebron’s 57-35 win over Richardson Pearce in Allen.’

ALLEN ‘ On a day when Hebron’s football team had one of its biggest offensive outbursts of the season, it was the Hawk defense that put the finishing touches on a 57-35 area-round playoff win over Richardson Pearce Friday at Eagle Stadium.

Diego Johnson and William White scored defensive touchdowns in a four-play span, part of a 19-0 Hebron explosion over 1:29 of game time midway through the fourth quarter to break open what had been just a 38-35 advantage.

Hebron quarterback Carson Harris started the run with a 63-yard touchdown dash ‘ his fourth rushing score of the day and sixth total touchdown for the Hawks ‘ to put Hebron in front, 44-35, following a missed extra point.

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Sports dreams that came true in 2018 | Articles | News | OakPark.com

The Wednesday Journal sports year in review invariably features inspirational stories, provided mostly by OPRF and Fenwick high school athletes. Kids like Jake Rundell and Jacob Kaminski, who won state championships in wrestling for OPRF and Fenwick, respectively, come to mind.

However, if you’re looking for something truly out of the ordinary, check out Scott Foster’s incredible story below. The unassuming Oak Parker bats leadoff in our 2018 lineup of memorable stories.

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Scott Foster will never forget March 29, 2018. After finishing a typical day as an accountant at Golub Capital, the 36-year-old Oak Park resident spent the evening making his improbable NHL debut as emergency goalie for the Chicago Blackhawks at the United Center.

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Gladbrook-Reinbeck state volleyball team shares ties with 1988 runners-up

T-R PHOTO BY THORN COMPTON – The state-qualifying Gladbrook-Reinbeck volleyball team poses behind the Class 1A state runner-up trophy from the Rebels’ last state run in 1988. Gladbrook-Reinbeck meets three-time defending state champion Janesville in the 1A quarterfinals on Wednesday in Cedar Rapids.

REINBECK ‘ It doesn’t take much searching to find ties between the 2018 Gladbrook-Reinbeck volleyball state qualifying team and the only other Rebel qualifiers from 1988.

The most glaring similarity is head coach Paula Kelley, who was on that state runner-up squad in 1988 when she was Paula Petersen. Not only has Kelley brought her alma mater back to the state scene, she did it in almost the same fashion as her coach, Terri Luehring, did.

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